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AMUSEMENTS. ►RINOESS'S ' '. THEATRE. SECOND AI*D:]i&MPERFORMANCE OF '•"■ .■'■'■■;'■'"''': >V; r T"&'the-':" ■-■ ':'■.:■ DUNEDIN CATHOLIC LITERARY "" - ;';':' V^-;T-aOUI£TYi , . : " . ''' - BeceiyeiJJast night r by art {enthusiastic audience with every demonstration of optnoval. POPULAR ERIOESv3s, 2s, Is: ~ N.B.^-All' accounts'to be rendered at once. "ORTH : DRILL HALL. VrIDAYjVOCTOBER 29th, at 8 p.m., GRAND COMPLIMENT \RY CoNCKRT Tendered to JOHN. COUGBLAN, the World's ■ : V.' Renowned Iriah.Piper,. And his Daughter.alAGGlK, Shampion Lady . r «.Datfceirof-.theWorM • (After an absence of fifteen years). .;'..'. Oance to follow. FRIDAY, 29th OCTOBER, . '■'"• ;'> - 9.30 a;m.. ; .-', Hobart Applep, D.E< Tahiti Orangeß, Sydney Orafcges,;>Rhubarb, New Potatoes, A spara gun ■ 10.30a.ni.,; -V -■''..;■ 200 hitaid Poultry. --. ' TAGQ tRUIT AND PRODUCE x>•', AGENCY. : ' ; TO-JIORROW,MORNING, /■' ■ -,•'. >.. At ll o'clock. \v . 60 CASES ORANGES; AND MANDARINS. ~ M. S P E D D I ; N G ...wiUseU the above, at "his Rooms, Tomorrow at eleven o'clook. :",'?'--■ TO-MORROW^FittDAY), ••::. Atiio'ciociL; 1 e. vs :h r E:IV an d co. will sell by auction,; at "Jetty street; •■• producej«tc.,'•'• ; • '■') ■•', >;• ■'.::"''■ ;•: ■•'*'Mhp,^;'-■"*; ' '. " ''. Hobart apples, granges, lemons, mandarin?, rhubarb, 'Frisco onions, green peas, etc. :FRmAY,;29th,OCTOBER, / *At .2 o'clock.:,. At Rooms, Manse Btreet. ' -FOpRPUNOS. ,_ High-class Instruments—Jußt Landing. To be solil to recover expenses incurred. ARK, REYNOLDS,, AND 00. are instructed by. the Shipping Agent to sell by auction, at their Rooms, FOUR HIGH-CLASS PIANOS: Handsome walnut upright grand (9. Oswald) Handsome walnut upright grand—"The. EmprtSi" ' .\. ,'..:■ Handsome walnut upright grand (Ramsperger 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 instruments entirely Without Reserve beyond the charges incurred, and we can confidently recommend those in search of a teal'ygood instrument to attend this sale. Now on view. FRIDAY,.29th OCTOBER, At 2 o'olock. - > Salj by Auction of HOUSEHOLD! tfOhNU'CRE, ORGAN, Etc. On the Premises, Castle street (between Frederick and Albany streets). TAMES SAMSON AND 00. _' have received instructions from Mr Benton to Bell by auction',-as above,.his Furniture, et,a, including—Walnut .organ, hair suite, tables, carpets, pictures, fenders andirons, curtain poles and curtains, whatnot, clock, ornaments, cruet, lamps, cntlery, crockery and glassware, iron and wood bedsteads and bedding 1 , chest drawers, wßshstand, ware, superior feather bed, chairs, linoleum, kitchen and cooking utensils, firewood, coals, and lumber. SATURDAY, 30th OCTOBER, At 1 o'clock sharp. ISAACS'S QUARTERLY SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. \J have received instructions from A. Isaacs, Union Pawn Office, Royal Arcade, to sell by auction.at their roomß, Dowling street, The following liat of Unredeemed Pledgee, via. : 1893.—September 25th, 3964, diamond ring, December 16th, 5206, gold ring; 22nd, '5271, family Bible; 30th, 5380, gold hunt' ing watch and gold chain; 5381, violin and case. 1894.—March 9th, 1052, gold hunting d.s. chronograph ; 1060, livery suit. 1895. 21st, 2118^1ve r s^«^£._,Augiisfc \.-2§i!i; ; 3sfT,"oil painting. November lGf.ifj 4859, gold chain. December 33th, 5521,' 2 gold rings. 1896.—February 24th, 769, gold brooch, pin, 2 gem rings, studs and links, g.m. goard and pendant, and silver necklet, and locket; 851, gold chain. March 16tb, 1086, 2 dress pieces and lining. = .July 11th. 2563, Waterbury and nugget pin; 18ch,2674, d.b.b.l. gun : 24th, 2756, saddle. Auguitßth, 2954. accordion. September 12th, 3398. coat and vest. August 24th, 3163, Bilk shawl. December 2nd, 4394, gold ring; 4395'. violin; Bth, 4459, signet ring; 14th, 4526, s.h. leverISth, 4534, wedding ring; 22nd, 4607, gold bangle; 4611, 3 gold brooches and soldi links: 23rd, 4621, Bible; 28tb, 4662, b.l. revolver, gem ring, and gold brooch; 31st, 4725, gold chain. 1897.—January 2nd, 5, s.o.f. lever; sth, 53 ru?hion, skirt, shawl; 60, B.b, lever; 12th' 139, s.o.f, lever, snuff box, and ring; 145J gera ring; 16th, 193, stockwhip, spurs, and 2 gold brooches; 16th, 197, gold ehain and pendant; 18th, 203, gold locket; 208, 4 planes and bits; 21st, 255, gojd ring; 10* s.o.f. geneva; 2lst, 264, dresspieoa; 22nd! 274, s.h.;lever; 23rd.. 284, gbldo.f. geneva and silver knife; 25th, 3w, s.h. lever; 310, greenstone brooch; 28th, 364, gem ring ; 366, 5.0.f.. lever. .February 2nd. 410, gold brooefc silver ring, solitaire., and gold ring v 3rd, 417, forceps, watch. chain; 18th,'631. earrings,: 19th. 640, gold broreh 5 20th,:675.;. suit; 25th, 731, Xr keyless watch; 26th. 734; keeper 1 ing- 7*9 accordion. -March 2nd,. 807, s.o.f. lever • 6th. 878, tilver geneva; 10th,' 93' B h* Waltham; 12th, 958, gold ring; -ili. 1014* lever and silver; cliain; 20th, 2055. gh' Waltham; 25th, 1094, s.k .lever; 26tb," Wr J&, 9? neva: and wedding ring; 30th, 1142, 2 Tings and "gold Twooch; glaziers diamond; 1151, ah; keyless WalJ968,- : : ■•••. -/MSO, 300 lots, consisting of jewelJery'a'nd clothuw- of every description"; musical iustrujmeW carpenters' toola^Snkets.^tc, etaT^ ">Tafßrißcash.'V ' ', SATURDAY; 30th-OCI'dBEB. .'"-.: •A^lta.m.' AtlJunedin-Horse Safcyard. PRIVILSGES.FORTAIKKI MCES iUstfllbyjaubtioin, as above, The r«iv£eges.jftcsArfe*tioh:wit u the Taieri " 9tasg^ ,,!^ B f MectiDßott SATPfDit;' 3pth> ; oo3f6fiEß, LSJta^WJKiSii ..' 'lekeraVpatat Nov This machine is ; '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10456, 28 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 10456, 28 October 1897

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