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* AMUSEMENTS. Jp. R-j- N-'O BBSWiT-; X H R A I B £? s, - tp-wghtj^to-mjilht i ? . - HESRT ■ ;. .r“ ILOVB,/'. U'l-r-By ibe Dunedin-Catholic-, Literary Society * Assisted by. well-known Lady Amateurs; ‘ To; avoid'erush docH will be : operiedfat 7 . ’.4 _ ' li: o’clock. ~ - ' "■ Prices'of Admission;'3s, 2s, Is. “ ; The Make-ups need daring the play, have-bet o supplied by Air A. M.;-Hendy, Princes street. - ' - .-Btago Furnishings by- Messrs . Scoullar. and OfiiscoltDi ...... c T - V THE ALBERT. LUCAS DRAMATIC ' , COMPANY. TO-NIGHT <WEDNESDAY) r 27th I - Last: Night of THE TWO ORPHANS. \ Popular Trices: IsM.ls, and 6d. GI ,T Y H A L L. v 120 Pupils. 120 Pupils. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1897. MONSTER GYMNASTIC ENTERTAINMENT by Instructor J, O. Smith And bis Combined Lady and Gentlemen Pupils. New.Tableaus; - -NewExercises, Club Swinging by Juvenilos (6 years old).. Mr Kkmmtz in'the chair. ■ Body of Hall, Is;-Circle, 2s. . Doors open 7 15.' Commence 8 sharp. WM. TAIT, Hon. See. ORTH DUNEDIN " DRILL HAIL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29th, at-8 p.-nu,—- - GRAND COMPLIMENTARY OONOERP Tendered to JOHN COUGH LAN, thq World* •; ';■ ■' Renowned Irish Piper,. ;, 4 ? , And ib ;Daughtei^MAGGlE, C hampion 'jAdy; • Dancer of the World- ■ - .{After an absence of. fifteen years). ■ . Dance tofollow. ■ ■" ~ KNOX CHURCH. ' * A CONVERSAZIONE to Celebratp"'the. Twenty-first Anniversary of . the Opening., of the-New Church and to Entertain . the Members of the Synod of Ofagb and Southland will be held in the A gricultural Hall dtt; FRIDAY, 29th fast., at' 7 o’clock.' Tickets (Is each) may be, had at Fergussdn and Mitchell’s, r "Wise and Co.’s, Wilkie 'arid ■ Cd;’si 3 Prindes street 'J: Irvine; and Stevenson’s and-Bibb'OepOt, Qeorgestrert {'' W. Wright’s, King street;-A. and Une’s, Maolaggan. street and Princes; street; Wood’s, Rattray street; arid r from the' Office- ■ bearers;.- ' AUCTIONS. THUR'DAY, 28th OCTOBER. At Rooms, Dowling street,' Sale by Auction of ! HOUSEHOLD, FURNITURE, PIANO, ORGAN, Etc. JAMES SAM SON AND GO. . . have received instructions f rein.. Mr., Railton to sell by auction,-. " . . His Household .Furniture,, etc., including Walnut piano (by Cocks and Co.), organ (by Seymoure), piano stool, leather spite, tapestry suite. Brussels and tapestry .‘carpets, hearthrugs, brass fenders and irons, coal vase, mahogany table, bookcase,'' sideboard, Vierinti ;arid occasional chairs,' octagon - and - tea tables,. gilt ; mirror,’' whatnots, ornaments, regulator clock, , dining table,-, dinner' and tea sets,’ omets, massive hanging lamp, pictures, hall stand, double and single iron arid wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flock_ mattresses, kapok beds, blankets, mirror-door wardrobe, inlaid, dnohesse pair, full-Sootoh and dn-hesse 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 grocer’s brass scales, sorewjaok, -4 Etc., etc, etr. FRIDAY, 29th OCTOBER, ; At 2 •''clock.' Sale by Auction of HOUSEHOLD FURNiTURE, ORGAN, Em On tho Premises, Castle street (between Frederick and Albany streets), JAMES SAMSON " AND GO, have received instructions from Mr Renton to sell by auction, as above, his Furniture,-etc., including—Walnut organ, hair suite, tables, oirpets, pictures, fenders and irons, curtain polta and curtains, whatnot, clock, ornaments, cruet, lamps, cutlery, crockery and glassware, iron and wood bedsteads .and drawers, wasteland, ware, inperior feather bed, chairs, linoleum, kitchen and cooking utensils, firewood, orals, and lumber. CONTINUATION,OF SALE. ~ Thursday; 2sTh cotobes, -At 8 o’clock. On Premises, “ Mahritu,” comer Heriot fo» And Park street,' The residence of Mrs Gideon Scott, who is leaving Dunedin. Balance of MAGNIFICENT AND COSTLY HOUSE* HOLD FURNITURE. PARK, REYNOLDS,. AND On. are instructed by Mrs Gideon Scott (who is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, on the premises, Heriot row, The balance of her valuable Modern House* hold Furniture, comprising— BEDROOMS. Solid brass and brass-fronted double and single bedsteads, spring and hair mattresses, handsome walnut pedestal duebesse pairs, mahogany and maple 3 wing wardrobes, red pine duohesse ' pairs, handsome teta of ware, Brussels carpets, lace. curtains, cheats of drawers, bedroom chairs; blankets, linen sheets, linen pillow oases,, feather - pillow?, quilta. etc.,'etc. 4 KITCHEN fUBNITURB AND UTENSILS Of a)l kinds. Croquet set, 2 lawn mowers, garden seats, ornamental border rtiro fencing in lengths, cucumber frame, pot plants and ferns, large quantity potting mould, barrow, hand truck, garden tools, etc., eto., etc. , FRIDAY, 29th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. FOUR PIANOS. - High-class Instruments—Just Landing. - To be sold to recover expenses incurred. PARK, REYNOLDS. AND ( are instructed by the Shipping Aren sell by auction, at their Room'-,. _ FOUR HIGH-GLASS PIANOS : Handsome walnut upright grand (S. Oswald) Handsome walnut upright grand “The I press” v : Handsome walnut upright grand (Ramsper ■ ana Co.) *•< Handsome walnut upright grand (Ramsper and Co.) , • * The above instruments contain all the lai improvements in construction iron ftan oblique overstrung, . full trichord, improcheck action—all of superior quality and ha some appearance. N.B.—We are instructed to soil these insl ments entirely Without Reserve beyorid charges incurred, and we can confidently rew mend there in search of a real’y.gdod instrum to attend this sale, 4 , - ; Now on view. . MONDAY, Ist NOVEMBER. . At 12 30 o’clock.. At Rooms, Manse street. PROPERTY SALE. i PARK. .REYNOLDS, AND 00 are instructed to sell by auction ; ?? B uhdivision of Section 2f Block XXIL, Dunedin, fronting Grange street with convement Three-roomed .Cottage - ocon pied by Mrs TnmelL - , _ . ?* Deose (18 yearn to run, fnl valuation), Section 18, Oariongßte street. Dun edm; Five-roomed House and Scullery f been pied by Mrs Esquilant. ■, ' 3. Section 2,. Block 11., Boslrn, frontfni Bruce street, near comer Ross street; also Sec tion 4, next but one to tho above, with atabli thereon. -Both quarter-acres. Will 'be aoli separately.- Close to tram. 4. Section 3, Block ; IL, Roslyn, fnwtini Eruoo street; quarter-acre;' with cojaforfa&l! House thereon; presently occupied by Mr Hal) S. Farm of 128 acres, Brighton—nart of Rm> ti°n 19. Block ■ 1.,' Otakia; fcßcedT all rota arable land; now occupied by ;Hugh and Alai As. tte ownere wish to leave Oiase goffered at thb verylow niwotrof £&S} t lUIL; T rood and dpofea ; fronting Ndrmanbi street and railway lin<t;.:.... > '■ • FTHGEBr Teas afo the only : ToOs we know.ti JL make man happy'mid-to keebbim to; ' ; Warehouse, , arid Oonn to • sta ttonery weU -and oteaply bade at tlh

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 10455, 27 October 1897

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