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"' COR?OEATIOti NOROfiS. -A,i VEHICLE TRaFFIO. HEREBY-GfVEN to Owners ■ ?^ ;4lid "i Drivera o£ Oarriagea, Cabs, Carta, t andExpNw.Waggona that th*. License Fees in and vphvera 1 LiCensesV.being now overdue, any person found plying forJiirte without having taken out;the necessary, licences and paid the fees in respect of same WILL BE PROCEEDED AGAINST WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. VH& B. TAYLOB, ~ -"v.- xw, r ' : Town Clerk. Dunedin, 25th October, 1897. > ATOTIONB. WEDNESDAY, 27th OCTOBER, •' _ At'2 o'ciocK.. 4 '.', At Premises, " Mahuru," corner Heriot row and ■';.'"•" * Park street. ;.*.'• The residence of Mrs Gideon Scott, who ' is leaving Dmiedih. v MAGNIFICENT AND,MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CONCERT ■GRAND, PIANO ■/■ (Justin Browne, London). ark, Reynolds; and 00. are instructed by Mia Gideon Scott (who - I is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auotion, the whole of her Household.Furniture^etc:/as above. t WALNUT BEVKLPLiTEjSIDEBOARD, Dining table, mahogany and plush chairs, heavy tapestry table, covers andcuitains, Chesterfield , chair, art chenille door portiere,.Brussels catpeV! and hearthrug,' Chesterfield couch in terra obtta plush, ■;.•-. .-'■ '•.•■"■[' ..';. Z'. '"•' AXMINSTER PILE CARPET AND HALL .'■:.'- RUGS,' V ; i blackwood corner cabinet, overmantel to match, : occasional tables and walnut'occasional chairs, j chenille and lace curtains,/.-~ / | TOIL AND .WATER COLORS by Wilson, Nerli, Hodgkins, J. -Gibb, W. M. Gibb, Mips Hill; Miss Hodgkins; engravings, and photos,..' '■■■'. ■■■>:■■■;. ~-1 ,-.. ' MAPLE AND MAHOGANY 3-WING .WARDROBES?' pedestal duchesae pairs, solid brass and brassI fronted bedsteads, carpets, ourtainsj- chests of drawers,:' ■',- BED LINEN, BLANKETS, kitchen furniture and ufcnsils,jgarden tools, lawn mowers, croquet set. • .' ■ x Catalogues now ready. ";-., On vibw Monday, 25th inßti, from 2 o'clock. WEDNESDAY, 27th OCTOBER, At 2.30 o'clock, jOn Account of Steamers and to Close Accounts. . " it':' S: P E D D I N, G: • will sell by auction, at his rooms, od Wednesday first, at 2.30, o'clock, 35 bags sugar, 3 bags rice, 4, sacks i ' sacks tapioca, 2 cases figs, 8 cases salmon, 4 cases dried japplea, lOcasea milt, 4 boxes tobacco,' cheats and half»' | chests Indian and China-, tea, 1 sack grass seed, 1, sack bark, 2 drums oil, ■ and other lines groceries.'-: I '-.-.' ;'•; 'Also .'■;",. : -~\-; : ,:■■•• | 2 octaves fine' old whisky, 1 '.quarter-cask I port wine,; and various, lines case i whiskies, brandies, ' geneva, rum,. I clarets, ales, stouts, etc,.etc, etc. | ' And ;'■.".'■■.■,'-.. | 6 cane lounges. ■■. - •''"■■ ;■'■.;.-"■■-<, '~ '.■■.. Withbut reserve. SATURDAY, 30th OCTOBER, 1897, At 1 o'clock sharp. CLEARING-SALE . At Seal Point road, Sandymount. MESSRS DALGETY AND COMPANY, beingfavored with instructions from Mr Wm. Eerguson,. who is leaving the district, will offer the whole of his Dairy Herd, comprising— • ; •:.'... 24 dairy cows, calved and to calve (particulars at sale) 4 heifers, rising two year old, 4 calves 1 Ayrshire bull (pedigree) 3 spring-cart horses, 1 hack ■•••'. 1 spring cart and harness. 1 plough, 1 roller Farm dray and cart harness., turnip sower, pig houses, etc, and other lots of dairy sundries too numerous to particularise. The above cows are a first-class lot, and aa Mr Ferguson is leaving the district the whole will be 8»Id without reserve. ■'.'.' Luncheon provided. SALE,' SATURDAY, 30th OCTOBER, 1897. DALGETY AND CO., Auctioneers. THURSDAY, 38th OCTOBER. At Rooms, Dowling street. Sale by Auction of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, ORGAN, Ew. ■■.■•►.' JAMES SAMSON. AND 06* have received instructions. irom Mf Koilton to sell by auction, '.,■ His Household Furniture, Walnut piano (by Cooka and Co.), organ (by Seprmoure), piano stool, leather suite, tapestry suite, Brussels and tapestry carpets, hearthrugp, brass fetadera anil Irnno. iv.nl mus m.l, n ~__ table, bookcase, sideboard, Vienna and occasional chairs, octagon and tea tables, gilt mirror,. whatnots, ornaments,, regulator clock dining table, dinner and tea-sets, cruets' massive hanging lamp, pictures, hall stand, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flock mattresses, kapok beds, blankets, mirror-door wardrobe, inlaid duchesse pair, fall-Sootch andduchessd chests; four and five-drawer chests, washstands, ware, carpet squares, looking glasses, linoleum,- kitchen dresser, tables, chairs, kitchen and cooking utensils, wringer, copper boiler, perambulator, sewing machine; also, two. sets of grooer'a brass Bcaleß,. horewjack, Etc, etc., etc. ..> SATURDAY, 30th OOTOBEB, At 1 o'clock sharp. ISAAOS'S QUARTERLY SALE OF UN» REDEEMED PLEDGES. JAMES . SAMSON AND OO have received instructions from A. Isaacs' auotion, at their rooms? Dowling street, The following list of Unredeemed, Pleases. vis : ° ' 1893.-September 25th, 3964, diamond rinir, • December 16th, 5206, gold rinc: 22nd 5271, family Bible; 30th, 5380. go!d hunt' mg watch and gold chain ; 5381, violin and case. 1894.-March9tb, 1052, gold hunting d.a. chronograph; 1060, livery suit , 1895.-May 21st, 2118, silver snuff box. August 28th, 3571, oil painting. November 16th, 4859, gold chain. December. 30th, 5521 2 gold rings. '• ~ 1896.—February 24th, 769. gold brooch, pin, 2 gem rings, studs and links, g.m. guard and pendant, and silver necklet and locket: 851, gold chain. March 16th, 1086, 2 dress pieces and lining. July 11th, 2563, Water24th, 2756, saddle. Augu*tßth, 2954, alcordion. September 12th, 3398, coat and vest August 24th, 3163, silk shawl. December 2nd,. 4394, gold ring; 4396. violin; Btb, 4459, signet ring; 14tb, 4526, s.b. lever; 15th, 4534, wedding ring; 22nd, 4607, gold bangle; 4611, 3 gold brooches and cold links;-23rd, 4621, Bible; 28th, 4662, bl revolver, gem ring, and gold brooch; 31st! 4725, gold chain. . 2 gold brooches; pendant; 18th, 274, s.h. lever; 23rd, 284, .gold a f. genevi' and silver knife; SJSth.'oOO, alb'; W^ ring and glazier's diamond; 13ft,' 560, gold chain; 18th, 631. earrings: 19th. 640, gold brooch; 20th,'.675. sal* • 25th* ; 731, silver keyless watch;. 26th, 734, keeperring; 749, accordion. March 2nd, 807, 8.6.L lever: 6th, 878, silver geneva; lQth; : 931, s.hT Waltham.;. 12th, 958, gold ring; 17th, 1014; s.h, lever/and silver chain"; 20th, 1055, a,hv • Walthani;'2sOi, s ; lo94i a.h. lever jldtb, 1116, s.h:;. geneva- and ..wedding ..rinjr30lb, 1142, :2 ;/ rings? and sold teoochj 1149, mathematical inatruments and glazier's diamond; 1151, a.h. keyless Waltham. April 6ihi..1235, gold bangle { a«b coat and Vest j 1540, 2 boys': auita,» 1553* • coat arid vest } 1602, coat and vtiat* 1631* 1^. 0 * jewellery off cftrDentera'bjola,blanketßje&v^-vtc,.,-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10454, 26 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 10454, 26 October 1897

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