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' CORPORATKW NOTICES. ■■■";;>. ,;: ■■vyJJBPtQHt TMPPItt" "OTIQE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Owne.. , i,'-' * u<l Driv evs of Carriages, dabs, Carts, sad Express ;Waggons that, the .license Fees in respect of "CarrisgeLicehßes." "Ckrt Licenses," any person found plying for hire without having taken out the'necessary, licenses and paid'the feeirtn respectof same WILL BE PROCEEDED against without further notice, wm.b. taylor. li-' ~«..-. Town Clerk. Dunedin, 25th October, 1897. ■«.. AUCTIONS. . 'l-UKSDAV, 26th OCT OBKR," '"..- 9 30.a.m. 100 cases Hobart French Crahs 50 cases Hobart Scarlet Crabs 50 casen Hobart Stunners •' : S'i cases D..K. Tahiti Oranges 100 cases Sydney Oranges New Potatoes, .Asparagus, Rliubaib. \TAGO FRUIT AND PRODUCE vJr ' AGENCY. TO-MOR OW (TUESDAY), • .' . At 11 o'ciocK: 1 E. SHI E L AND CO. will sell by auotion, at Store, Princes street, '..,":•. - 200 cases assorted Hobart apples, a choice lot, in. good order. Balance of Sydney consignment, consisting ~' of pines, lemons, mandarins, and -oranges. Aleo 10 case's 'Frisco onions, rhubarb, etc - TUESDAY; 26th OCTOBER, • .' • At2o'clock. • ~- ;At Rooms, Manse street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND r SUNDRIES. ARK;. REYNOLDS. -AND 00. - are instructed to sell by auction, Red pine .sideboard, r.p. cheffonier, brass* mounted fenders, steel fireiron-, mahogany 100 table, dining table, office .table, h.h. couch, velvet and plush chairs, walnut overmantel, double iron and wood bedsteads, spri t g and wire mat* • tresses, :r. p. r.p. duchesse chests, toilet glasses, toilet table?, .withstands, bedroom chairs, Vienta chairs,. folding chair, rocking chair?, oilcloth, kitchen tables and chaiis, vases, ornaments, pictures, glassware, - c.-ockery, ki;'chen utensils, go-cait, la«n mower. : Also, -Indies' and gents' bicycles Ladies' and gents' saddles. ~ , WEDNESDAY, 2?th OCTOBER, At2'o'clocK. At Premises, " IVfahuru," corner Heriot row and l'ark street. ■ . The residence of Mrs Gideon Scott, who is'leaving Dunedin. MAGNIFICENT AND MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CONCERT GRAND PIANO (Justiu Browne, London). ARK, REYNOLDS. AND 00. are instructed by Mrs Gideon Scott (who is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, the whole of her Household Furniture, etc., as above. WALNUT BEVEL PLATE SIDEBOARD, .Dining table, mahogany and plush chairs, heavy tapestry table covers and curtains, Chesterfield chair,, art chenille door, portiere, Brussels carpet anil hearthrug, Chesterfield couch in terra cotta plush, < AXMINSTER PILE CARPET AND HALL RUGS, blackwood corner cabinet, overmantel to match, .occasional tables and walnut occasional chairs, chenille and lace curtains, OIL AND WATER COLORS by ; Wilsbn, Nerli. Hodgkinß, J. Gibb, W. M. GibbyMlfa Hill, Miss Hodgkins, engravings, and photos, i" vMAPLE AND MAHOGANY 3 WING ; , , WARDROBES, pedestal duchesse.-pairs, solid brass and brass* fronted bedsteads,. carpets, curtains, chests of drawers, ■'.,, " -.■■,;"• BED LINEN, BLANKETS, kitchen furniture arid utensils, garden tools, lawn mowers, croquet set. ..Catalogues how ready. On viow Slonday, 25th inst., from 2 o'clock. FRIDAY 1 , 29th OCTOBER, At 8 o'clock. At Rooms; Manse street. FOUR PIANOS, High-olasß instruments—Just Landing; To be Bold to recover expenses incurred* ~ ARK, REYNOLDS. AND 00. are instructed by the Shipping Agent td sell by auction, at their Rooms, : FOUR HIGH-CLASS PIANOS: Handsome Walnut upright grand (S. Oswald) Handsome Walnut upright grand—"The Empress" " .. Handsome walnut upright grand (Ramßperger ... and Co.) • Handsome walnut upright grand (Ramsperger .-■ and Co.) , The above'instruments contain all the latest 'improvements; in construction iron frames, oblique overstrung, full trichord, improved check action—all of superior quality and handsome appearance.. .. N.B.—We are instructed to sell these instru"merits entirely Without Reserve beyond tho charges incurred, and we can confidently recommend those in search of a real'y good instrument to attend this sale. Now on view. MONDAY, Ist NOVEMBER, At 12 30 o'olook. At Rooms, Manso Btreet. V PROPERTY SALE. PARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. are instructed to sell by auction : 1. Allotment 12 of subdivision of Section 25, Block XXII., Dunedin, fronting Grange street! with convenient Three-roomed Cottage; occupied by Mrs TujrnellC .2. Corporation Lease (18 years to run, full valuation), Section 18, Canongate street. Dunediii; Fiye:roomed House and scullery; occupied by MrsEsquilant. 3. Section.. 2, Block 11., Roslvn, fronting Bruce Btreet, near corner Rr.ss street; also Section 4, next but one to the above, with stable thereon. '. Both quarter-acres. Will be sold separately. Close to tram. ' .'A Section. 3, Block 11., Roslyn, fronting •Bruce street; quarter-acre; with comfortable House thereon ; presently occupied by Mr Hall. •..' 5. Farm of 128 acres, Brighton— part of Section 19, Block I.', Otakia; fenced; all good arable land; now occupied by Hugh and Alan Cameron. As the owners wish to leave Otago, will be offered at tho very low upset of £225; a bargain. 6. Musselburgh Sections 4 and 5, Block XIII.; 1 rood and 3 poles ; fronting Normanbr street and railway line. SATURDAY, 30th OCTOBER, At 12 o'clock. LETTERS PATENT*POISONED POLLARD CUTTER. W THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES. ESTATE. AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed by Mr Ernest Hayes to sell by public auction, in their October,' at 12 o clock, ~ All his rights under letters patent Nov ','. 7.655 for machine known as Lightning Poisoned Pollard Cutter. 'This' machine is highly commended by thofe whoT.havo used it, and the rights in the .Me. ■ 'Samples of machines and tepiimonials may be seen at the offices of the Auctioneers. L_i a- ii: TUESDAY, 26th OCTOBER, 1897, , ■ At T'p'clock'p.ni. ' Auction Rooms,-Manse street. BOOKS.' BOOKS. ,•;. tas received instrnetions to offer br public auction, as above, A valuable collection of Standard Works. ' . etc/ (including a private library of rare Dickens'. ';... Works (with original illnstrations). Knight's LondoniSmoUett'g and Fielding a Works, (with Cruiekshank's illusWorks, Punch (1873 to 1885), varioW Works on New .Zealand, Encyclopedias. DorVa Sketches, etc, etc., etcCatalogues on appljA«fc±rt

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10453, 25 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 10453, 25 October 1897

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