-. AMUSEMENTS. KINOESS'S THEATRE . FIVE NIGHTS ONLY.. Great Success of The Ma>vel of the Age ami Mirrorof tho World. LUMIKRE'S MAGNIFICENT AND ORIGINAL CINEMATOGRAPHE. * MR WYiSERT REEVE Wiil\ Exhibit a Series of ' 35 LIVING PICTURES 35 Inc'iiilingSccDes fiom all Tarts of the World. THE QUEEN AND THK JUBILEE. Royal Pageants. Military Pageants. Street I ite in Various Citic3. Comic Pictures. MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL. MR WVBERT REEVE Will Lecture each evening and will also give ILLUSTRATIVE HEADINGS, With Musical Ac;ompanimcnts by MISS HOPE NATION, The Favorite Contralto, who will also Sing Appropriate Ballade PRIC2S : 3t, and ONE SHILLING. Box Plan-at the Uresdcn Piano Wa;ehoiiso, Day sales at Jaooba's, tohacconht. Doors open 7.30 ; overture 8 o'clock. THE ALBERT LUCAS COMPANST. 'JO-MORROW (SATURDAY) EVENING, At 8 o'clock, FOR ONE NIGH I'ONLY, Watts-Phillipa's Great Drama of Lancashire Coal Mining Life, LOST IN LONDON ! ACT I.—Work. I wunoa raise hand for that man again 'scept to strike him dead. ACT lI.—I want my wife. ACT llT._Tho'lost in London I shall find her theer. N.B.—Don't miss the Great Coal Mine Scene. POPUfAR PRICES: Dress Circle, Is 6d ; Stalls, Is ; Pit, ed. Doors open 7 30 ; Overture BX.8 X . OTAGO AHT SOCIETY. ANNHAL EXHIBITION of WORKS _ by Members will be OPENED in tl a Choral Hall, Moray place, on FRIDAY, the sth inst., at 8 p.m. Admission, Is. Catalogues, 6d. Tickets in the Art Union, 2s 6d each. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Secretary. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, At 11 o'clock. At the Dunedin Horse Saleyard. CONTRACTORS' TFAtf?, FIRST-CLASS DRAUGHT MARES AND GELDINGS. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions from ft'r James M'Keown (Croydon) to sell by auction, as above, 5 first-class heavy young draught mates and geidings. Also, on account of Messrs W. and D. Wilson: 6 superior heavy draught mares and geldings, from 4to 6 j ears old; direct from the Tokomairiro district. SATURDAY, 6th NOVEMBER At 11 o'clock. At Dunedin Horse Saleyard. THE WELL-KNOWN RACEHORSE CAPTIVE. RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. 'V hive received instructions to sell by auction, as above, Racing stallion Captive, by Captivator.—Maid of L'onor. SATURDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, At 11 o'clock. At the Dunedin Horse Saleyard. FIRST-CLASS BUGGY HORSES, BUGGY, AND HARNESS. VS7 RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. Vf have received instructions to sell by auction, at above time and place, 2 first-class buggy horses. 5 and 6 years old; buggy and harness, in good order. Also, on account of the Rev. H. K>.'ly, Waimate; 1 stylish 5-year-old buggy mare, by Borderman ; trial in single and double harncsp, SATURDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, At 1 o'clock sharp. SALE BY AUCTION Of UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. From the Northern Pawn OHico. }AMES SAMSON AND CO, have been favored with instructions from Mr Samuel Goldstou to sell by auction, at their rooms, Dowling street, His valuable assorted lot of Pledges, viz.:—. 1892—May 14th, No. 1069, Bible. 1893.-February 3rd, 2721, Bible; 2722, box taut. August 24th, 3827, Bible aud book, Ootober 20th, 4139. albert. 1594 —March 12th, 4710, ring. August 31st, 6207, pin and eamngs. October Bth, 6387, mirror, December 24th, 6814. \broocb : 31st, 6883, necklet, locket, keeper, and earrings. - - 1895.—January 31st, 7084, 3 table coverß. Feb. ruary 29th, 7229. guinea. March 9th. 73C6, locket; 23rd, 7376, shawl; 28th, 7392, piccolo. April sth, 7431, blanket; Bth, 7440, s.b gun ; 7441, flute; 9th, 7479, wedding ring; 20th, 7515, Bib'e. May 23rd, 7677, brooch and ring ; 27tb, 7694. albert. Juoa Bth, 7772, waterproof; 22nd, 7858, s.h. lever; 25th, 7876, suit. July Ist, 7926, gold o.f geneva and albert; sth, 7948, net; 15th, 8011, clothing; 16th, 8016, oi skir. August 16th, 8193, keeper and wedding ring ; 26th, 8244. sh. lever and albert. September 7th, 8305, ring; 25th, 8404, coit and vest; 30th, 8423. tiding habit. October 3rd, 84*7, bracelet; sth, 8457. gold o.f. geneva; Btji, 8478. brooch; 14th, 8506, s.h. geneva; 15th, 8511, blanket and rug; 16th, 8515, s.h. geneva and albert; 31st, 8588, ring. November 2nd, 8600, s.o.f. geneva and wedding ring; 4th, 8614, coat and boots; 16th, 8679, s.h. Waltbam; 19th, 8693, keeper; 23rd, 8721, set; 26th, 8735, s.h. Waltham; 29th, 6761, wedding ring. December sth, 8792, ring; 12th, 8825, s.h. geneva, a!bert, and locket; 13th, 8331, bracelet; 20tli, 8359. album aud set; 21st, B£6l, sleevelinks. 1896 —January 2nd, 8926, albert. February 21st, 9212, ring; 22nd, 9218, Singer sewing machine; 25th, 9239, earrings, ring, and locket; 9243, keeper. March 9tb, 9299, broochi llth, 9312, ring; 12th, 9322, s.h. Waltham; 16 hj, 9342, undcrclothing. April 3rd, 9415, 3 seals; Bth, 9438, brooch; 9439, saddle, bridles, and whip; 10th, 9450, portmanteau. May 12th, 9596, Bible; 15th, 9608,fwaterproof; 20th, 9629. ring; 26th, 9553, two lockets. June Ist, 9683, sh. lever and albert; 4tb, 9695, keeper. July 2Uh, 9903, s.h. lever; 9909, bracelet and pin; 27th,. 9953. trousers. August Ist, 9954, albert; 4th", 9965. Singer sewing machine. September 23rd, 217, gold of. geneva; 30th, 237, clock. October 2nd, 246, s.h. geneva and albert; 249, B.h. Reneva and albert; 254, rre (diamond); 7th, 274, waterproof; 12th, 295, s.h. lever and alb?rt ;T6th, 314. s.o.f. l-jver ; 321, s.h. geneva and albert; 24th, 349, waterproof; 31st, 380, 6 shirts. November 16th,-454, s.o.f. geneva and bead albert; 24th, 487,' gold hj. Waltham and albert. December 2ni, 527. ring; 9th, 570, brooch, earring*. 2 greenstones, and ring; 612, pendant; 2lth, 639, gold hj. geneva and albert; 6»3, carpet. 1897.—January 12th, 745. cruet. February Ist, 816, saddle; 26th, 985, gold of. lever. March 30th, 1152, dress. April Bth, 1197* cape and wedding ring; 10th. 1215, s.h. lever, albert, and pin; 21st, 1256, banjn. May Ist, 1308, waterproof; 10th, 1351, blanket and tablecovcr; 25th, 1400, trousers. And 400 lots of clothing, boot*, guns, firearms, set gallery HAVf, a large lot of carpenters' tools, saddles, bridlps, whips, that do not require advertising, Etc, etc.. etc. Sale sharp at 1 o'clock. WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, Clyde street, Linden, Roslyr, close to St. John's Church, the residence of Mrs Mackintosh (who is leaviog New Zealand). HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. .ARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO. are Instructed by Mrs Mackintosh to sell by auction. Couch in American leather, dining table on castors. Brussels carpet, cheffouier, hat and umbrella. stand, wicker table, wioker chair, Vienna chairs, double and single brass-mounted bedsteads, wire and flock mattresses, blankets, sheets, quilts, etc., r.p. duchesse chests (bevel mirror), r.p. tile-back wAshstands, sets of ware, towel rail, toilet glass, lace curtains, steel-bar fender and irons, coal vase, lamp, ornaments, j clock, go-cart, child's cot and mattress, kitchen ['table, chairs, zinc bath, general utensils, and sundries, On View Morning of Sale.
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