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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10457, 29 October 1897
\ \ #kTTgBMENTB. J> K I NOE SS’.S XHE AT &S. sixckwms ONLY/ ; .-.’.Commencing.,. • ■' : THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1897. v, . The Marvel ofthe &go nnd'Mirrorbf the World. LUMIERE’S MAGNIITOBNTand'ORIGINAL . r ' 'ciNEM^TOGiEIAPHB. , • . MR WYBEjRT REEVE .- ' ■yVill -Exhibit' a Series of- ; 35 >-; LIVING PICTURES, * 35 Including Scenes fiem all Parte of thoWorifU!, THE QUEEN AND THE JUBILEE . PROCESSION. ' Royal Pageants. Military Pageants. Street Life In various Oities.\ Comic Pictures. THE LAST MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL. ; • ■ ■ MRvWYBERT EEETvif\ Will Lecinreeacheveningand-wili a^ap^tve-' ; , ILLUSTRATIVE BEOCTATION6C r ’ With, Musical AosbihpamSentr by MISS HOPENATION, The Favorite Contralto, who will also Sing. - ...., Appropriate Ballads.' * ... ImpoetXnt Notice.—Lumibte’a'Wonderful and Superb 'lnstrument is' a . Grand Succeed every where, And continues the attraotion.at thei Empire*jLondqh •, -The Eden -and -Folios Bergferes. Paris ; and at'-the chief Continental and American.' Theatres; ' besides Having drawn crowded nooses in'- Sydney* 'Melbourne, and! ■ Adelaide. . ' , Mr Reeve wishes. it to be distinctly understood that thteCinematographe is the original, and ■ brought ’ direct, from' Lutniere’s' factory, Lyons* to Australia, .and. refers to the following opinions of the' Australian Press :— - ' '' ~ “ One ofthe finest and most Unique' enter* tainments seen for years?’ r“MrWybert Reeve possesses the finest Cinematographe ; and most magnificent series of piotunw seenin Australia!”- , ■ ’‘Marvellous it is .called, and’marvellous it certainly is.” vjv/ , '. “ All .other Cinematographes are feeble and mare toys in comparison?’ PRICES-3s, 2b, and ONE SHILLING, Box plan at the - Dresden Piano Warehouse. Day Sales at Jacobs’s, (tobacconist). - Doors open 7.30; Overture'B o’clock. Musical Selections Mbs B. F. Gamatohbb. Business Manager ... E. r F, GaliLADOhbe. ‘ AUCTIONS/ SATURDAY, 30th'OCTOBER, ■- . At 11a.m. At Dunedin Horse Saleyard. PRIVILEGES FOR TAIERI RACES. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. will sell by auction, as above, The privileges in connection with the Taieri Amateur Tqrf Club’s Spring Meeting on 9th November. SATURDAY, 30tb OCTOBER, i At 11.30 o’clock. . At the Dunedin-Horse Saleyard. FIRST-CLASS SPEING-OART HORSE. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON. AND CO., r instructed by Mr W. 0. Todd, of Islington, -will sell by auction, at above time and place, : - 1 first-class spring-carl horse, 4 years old. Also, account Northern client: 6 good harness horses. SATURDAY. 30th OCTOBER, At 12 o’clock. LETTERS PATENT POISONED POLLARD CUTTER.' The perpetualtrustbes, estate, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed by Mr Ernest Hayes to sell by, public auction, in their Booms, Rattray - street, on Saturdav, 30th October, at 12 o’clock. All Ms rights , under. letters patent No. ■ 7,655 for machine known as Lightning Poisoned Pollard Cutter. This machine is. highly commended by those who: have- used it, and the rights In the hands of a manufacturing firm .will in time be valuable. Samples of machines and testimonials may be seen at the offices of the Auctioneers. SATURDAY, 30th OCTOBER, At 1 o’clock sharp. ISAACS’S QUARTERLY SALE OF UN- . REDEEMED PLEDGES. JAMBS SAMSON AND CO, ' have received instructions from A. Isaacs, Union Fawn Office, Royal Arcade, to sell by auction, at their rooms, Dowling street, The following list of Unredeemed Pledger, viz. j—--1893.—September 25tb, 3964, diamond ring, December 16th, 5206, gold ring ] 22nd, ' 5271, family Bible; 30th, 5380, gold bunt, mg-watch and gold chain; 5581, violin and ■ case. . 1894--March9th, 1052, gold hunting d.s. ohrono- , graph j .1060, livery suit, ; ■ r 1895.—May, 21st, 2118, silver snuff box. August 28th, 3571, oil painting. November 16th, 4889. gold chain. December 30th, 6521, 2 gold rings. 1895.—February 24th, 769, gold brooch, pin, 8 gem rings, studs and links, g.m. guanL and pendant, and silver necklet and lookot; . 851, gold chain. March 16lb, 1086, 2 dress pieces and lining- July 11th, 2563, Water* bury and nugget pin; 18th,2674,d.b.b.1,guni 24th, 2756, saddle. August Bth, 2954, accordion. September 12th, 3398. coat and vest. August 24th, 3163, silk shawl. December 2nd, 4394, gold Ting; 4396, violin; Bth, 4459, signet ring; 14th, 4526, s.h. lever: 15th, 4554, wedding ring; 22nd, 4607, gold bangle; 4611, 3 gold brooches and gold links; 23rd, 4621, Bible; 28th, 4662, b.L revolver, gem ring, and gold brooch; 51st, 4725, gold chain. 1897.—January 2nd, 5, s.o.f. lever; sth, 53, cushion, skirt,' shawl; 60, s.h. lever; 12th, 139, s.o.f. lover, snuff box, and ring; 145, gem ring; 16th, 193, stockwMp, spurs, and 2 gold brooches; 16th, 197, gold chain and • pendant; 18th, 205, gold locket; 208, 4 planes and bits; 21st, 255, gold ring; 104, s.o.f. geneva; 21st, 264, dress piece; 22nd, 274, s.h. lever; 23rd. ■ 284, gold o.f. geneva and, silver knife; 25th, 300, s.b. lever; 310, greenstone brooch; 28th, 364, gem ring; 366, s.o.f. lever. February 2nd, 410, gold brooch, silver ring, solitaires, and gold ring; 3rd, 417, forceps, watch, pin, and o. bolder; 4th, 434, gold ring; 10th, 520, gem ring; 12th, 549, gold • ring and glazier’s diamond ; 13th, 560, gold chain; 18th, 631. earrings: Idtb. 640, gold brooch ; 20th; 675. suit; 25th, 731, silver keyless watoh : ; 26th. 734, keeper ring; 749, accordion. March 2nd, 807. s.o.f. lever; 6th,, 878, silver geneva; 10th, 931, sh. Waltham; 12th, 958, gold ring; 17th, 1014, s.h lever and silver chain; 20th, 1055, s.h. Waltham; 25th, 1094, s,h. lever ;■ 26th, 1116, s.b. geneva and wedding ring; 30tb, 1142,- 2 rings and gold brooch; 1149, mathematical instruments and glazier’s diamond ; 1151, s hj. keyless Wal- , thorn. - April 6th, 1235, gold bangle ; Btb, 1274. coat and vest; 143/, trousers; 1458, coat and vest; 1540, 2 bays’ suits; 1555, -coat and vest; 1602, coat and vest; -1631, coat; 1674, trousers, vest, and underclothing. May 14th, 1730, trousers and vest ; 1947, waterproof coat. June 3rd, 1849, waterproof coat; 4th, 1966, coat; 1968, overcoat; 2021, dresS; 2167,-trousers ; 2298, dressing gown; 2328, trousers, vest, and shirt. Also, 300 lots, consisting of jewellery and clothing of every description, musical instruments, carpenters’ tools, blankets, etc, etc. , Terms cash. MONDAY, Ist NOVEMBER, ''" , At 12 30 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. PROPERTY SALE. PA RK, REYN OL DB, AN D . 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; ocoupied by Mrs TurnelL 2. Corporation Lease (18 years to run, full valuation), Section. 18, Oanongate street, Dunedin ;■ Five-roomed Honse'and scullery; occu- . pied by Mrs EsquilantT ■ ! 3. Section 2, 'Block . 11., Roslyn, fronting Bruce street, near corner Ross’ street; also Section 4,' next but :one to the above, with stable thereon. Both quartet-acres. ■ Will be sold separately. Close to tram, 4. Section 3, Block 11., Boslyn, fronting Bruce street; qharter-acte; with Comfortable House thereon; presently occupied by Mr Hall. !5. Farm of 128 acres, .Brighton— part of Section 19,, Block X, Otakia; fenced; all good arable .land; now qoenpied by Hugh and Alan ■Cameron. As the owners wish to leave Otago, will.be offered at theyery low upset of £225; a bargain. 6. Musselburgh Sections 4 add 6) Block XIIL; 1 rood and J poles; froutiog Ndrmanby street and railway line, ' ■ a ■■
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