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AMUSEMENTS. HI NOB SiS '8 THEATRE. • i sixiNioriTs only, ' 1 x :■■■ ■'■■■'■ ■ .v.Commencing ■ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1897. ■;-.• ThoMarvet of the Age and Mirror of the World., LUMIERE'S MAGNIFICENT and ORIGINAL . >. ;CINEMATOGRAPHE. ..■..-■■■: REEVE Will Exhibit a Series: of 35 LIVING PICTURE*, 35 Including Scenes fcom all Parts of the World. .:' THE QUEEN AND THE JCEILEE ;, ; V." PROCESSION. . ../Royal Pageants.; Military Pageants. Street Life in Various Cities. Comic Pictures. THE LiST MELBOURNE CCP CARNIVAL. ■"--- MR WYBERT JiKEYE Will Lecture each evening and will also give ILLUSTRATIVE RECITATIONS, ■•■ With Musical Accompaniments by MISS HOPE NATION, The Favorite Contralto, who will also Sing a Appropriate Ballads. Doors 0peh.7.30; ovefture'B o'clock.- 1 * Bos Plan Dresden Piano. Warehouse. .Day sales Jacbba'g, tobacconist. -, '•'■•.--.••;.:.■' Musical Selections ... Mrs E. F. GaixauqhKK. Business Manager, E. F. GALLAL GHE B, * TO-NIGH r. TONIGHT. THE COLLEEN BAWN ' THE COLLEEN BAWN, Boucicault's Greatest Irish Drama. Ch cle, la 6d; Stall?, U ; Tit, 6d. TAFFORD MISSION HALL. K_7 - THURSDAY, 4th NOVEMBER, 1897. GRAND POPULAR CONCERT IN AtD OF THE CENTRAL METHODIST MISSION CHOIR FUND, By the Huttou Family Bellringers, Instrumentalists; Vocalists, etc., Members of tae Choir, and well-known Singers. Admission, One Shilling: Children, 61. Doors open 7.15, overture at 8 p.m. Refreshments after concert. '■'■■■--.._ TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), ■ ' - - At 10.15. " E. SHI E L AND CO. i will sell by auction, at their rooms, Princes street, '. 300 cases assorted HOBART APPLES. Th : s is the last shipment this season, and Las laided in perfect condition. Also, Fiji bananas and pines Sydney oranges, mandarin?, lemons, pasilon f.uit And 2 crates green peas Rhubiib, etc THURSDAY, 4th NOVFMBER, "11 a.m. 50 cises Melbourne Bananas 25 cases Fiji Pines •30 cases D.E. Tahiti Orangrs, /"\TAGO FRUIT AND PRODUCE AGENCY. THURSDAY MORNING, 4th INST., . At 9.30 sharp. /fI"ORITZSON AND HOPKIN ..A will offer by auction, ' Hobart apples, crabs, scarlets, Sturmeis, Sydney lemons aul oranges. THURSDAY, 4th NOVEMBER. At Bumside Yards. THE FARMERS' AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, will hold their Second Spring Sale as above Present Entries: 150 two, three, and f our-year-o"d bullocks 12 young dairy cows 12 one and two-yrar-oM cattle ' carta' 2 Bets harness 2 firat-c'ass hacks 3 drag horses 2 spring-cart horses. JOHN GRINDLEY, Auctioneer. THURSDAY, 4th NOVEMBBR, • At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Dowling (street. Sale by Auction of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO. HARMONIUM, Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions to s*U by I '""Furniture, etc., icc-uding—Hair suite, sideboard, tapeßtry and plush eouoh ar,d fancy chairs, Brufsela carpet, hearthiugs, fenders ard irons, fining table,. Vienna chairs, overmantel, oil paintings, pictures, dinner and tea sets, cruet, 14-day clock, fancy hall lamp, cutlery, walnut piano, piano stool, whatnot, curtain poles and curtains, Bmall harmonium, octagon and tea tables, iron and wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flock mattrerses, ■ kapok beds, blankets, duchesse drawers and tables, full-Scotch chcßts, 4 and ,5-dnwer chests, washstande, ware, wardrobe, looliiag-glasses, tab'es, linoleum, carpet squares, chairs, kitchen dreeser, sofa, kitchen and cooking appliaioes. Also, under distrait* for rent—Bedsteads, mincing machine, churn, brass scales, wasbstand?, chairs, cedar chest, mahogany extendicg dining table, rocking ohair, sewiog machine, copper boiler, etc, etc, etc. FRIDAY, sth NOVEMBER, ■ W " '. At 2 o'clock. i "'-''-: .'■Fale by "Auction of SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. On the Premises, Frederick and Clyde streets. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favorei with instructions from Mr John Gray (who is leaving Dunedin) to tell by auction, ." :•": ; 'T.V'-^«;\- r '. All of his Household."Furniture, etc., including— ;',.-,'< //, : :••;.- Rosewood piano (by Ksrkroan), jHa'no stool, Geneva velvet suite, walnut over-" mantel, Brussels carpets,-hearthrugs, fenders and fireirons, sideboard (mirror back), whatnots, clocks, superior lampg, pictures, coal vase, dining table, table cover,, dinner and tea services, glass and chinaware, cruet, cutlery, ornaments, curtains and poles, double and Eingleiron bedsteads, wire mattresses, ka. pok beds and bedding, duchesjc drawers, commode, washstands and ware, ashpans, chest drawers, towel rails, hat racks, umbrella stand, hall lamp, linoleum, door mats, plush and fancy chairs, wardrobe, kitchen dresser, tea tables, kitchen table, rofa, kitchen cooking, and laundry appliances, * Etc, etc, etc. FRIDAY,. sth NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clocir, CD At Rooms, Manse street. By Order of the Executors of a Deceased Estate. UNRESERVED SALE. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. PARK, REYNOLDS. AND On. are instructed by the of a deceased estate to sell by auction. Mahogany sideboard, cedar cheffobier, cedar dining table, r.p. office tabl», mahogany chest of diawers, mahogany toilet glass, wardrobe, music canterbury, double and single iron be-"ateadp, bedding, round table, child's chair, colonial sofa, garden tools, indiarubber hose, occasional chairs. Austrian cane chairs, sundries of all kinds, (Without -eserve. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, between Albany street Post Office and Stafford street. Manuscript • reward Miss Hooper. Melville-etrect, V ' rewartu L o3 !' ?f tw f en 9g** street and Sanded - **<».' Store, Packet of November AeREWARD.— Lost; 3 Keys on a ring. Find, r jlease return;to A. and W. M'Csrtbi. locksmiths.' •' STRAYED, Tuesday, November 2nd; "a" . .. Cream-colored Horse, with brand 841 noar oblige. B. Randall, captain Rescue Home.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897

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