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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10465, 8 November 1897
OPAGO AST SOCIETY, THE . ANNUAL EXHIBITION of WORKS by Members now OPEN DAILY in the Choral Hall, Moray p’ace, from 10 a m. to 6.30 p.m,, and from 7.30 to 10 in the evening. ' Admission, Is, Catalogues, 6d. Tickets in the Art Union, 2s 6d each. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. v. R. PUBLIC WORKS STORES CONTRACT. Public Works Office, Wellington, 29th October, 1897. TENDERS will be received at the Public Works Offices, Auckland, Wellington, Greyraouth, Christchurch, and Dunedin, until noun of MONDAY, the 29th November, 1897, for the SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF 1 IRONMONGERY, SHIP - CHANDLERY, PAINTS, and OTHER STORES. They ito to be addressed to the • Minister for Pub ic Works, and marked outside “Tender f<r Stores.” Specifications, etc., may be seen it the above-mentioned offices, and the Chief Surveyors’ Offices, Nelson and Invercargill, The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac»cepted. . - By command. W. H. HALES, Engineer-in-Chlef. IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF THB ESTATE OF MAURICE EDWARD BARTON, Of Dunedin, hawker, deceased, intestate. IT IS REQUESTED that all Amounts payable to this estate be paid to F. M. MORIOE, Esq., District Agent ot the Public Trustee, Dunedin, or lodged to the credit of the Public Trustee’s Account at any Postal Money Order Office. All Accounts against this estate may be rendered to the Agent of the Public Trustee, as above,, on or before SATURDAY, the fourth day of ■ December nest, on the printed forms, which • can be obtained for the purpose from any of the Agents of this Office. •' Any Account not sent ia by the day named may be rejected. JAMES C. MARTIN, Public Trustee. Public Trust Office, Wellington, 4th November, 1897. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND, some nice N.Z. Cards and Photos, at Wise’s, for sending Home on Thursday Morning. LOST, between Abbotsford and. Brighton, Lady’s Umbrella. Please return Brown, Ewing, and Co. LOST, Gold Bsr Brooch; monogram 1.8, ; reward. .Duthie Bros., Limited, George street. LOST, Purse, Cumberland and St. David streets; purse and addresses inside important, but money no object. Return Lawrence's Store, Dundas street. LOST, Crepon Cape, between cricket grou d and railway station. Rewarded by returning Mrs M‘Kay, Le< s street. LOST, Purse containing notes (numbers known) and gold; £2 reward. T. Gilchrist, Bay View road, South Dunedin. LOST, between Macandcow Bay and Waverley. Lady’s Umbrella. Please return A. Kyle, bookmaker, South Dunedin. LOST (Sunday), between Rev. Canon King’s and St. Clair, Scarf Pin. with topaz. Reward on returning Canon King, Alexandra street, Caversham. LOST, Brown Cow, white face; near calving. Edward O’Neill, near Police Station, Macandrew road, South Dunedin. LOST, Red-and-wbite Heifer, about a fortnight ago ; finder rewarded. Samson and Sons, Burnside. LOST, a Gold-mounted Greenstone Pendant. Finder rewarded on returning to Mrs Collins’s Store, Kensington. LOST, Two Horses (chestnut mare and brown colt). Return James M*K ewen. THE Party that Took the Umbrella from Post Office please return to Arthur Briscoe and Co. FOUND, the only place for an Stock. N.Z. Christmas Cards and Papers. At Wise’s. FOUND, Tattersall Hotel (late Red Lion); Beat Liquors kept, and good Billiard Table. Fred Carter, proprietor. BOARD AND BFSI ‘ ENCE. pOKKR’S FAMILY HOTEL CHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pbopbiktob. Telephone 251. P.O. Box 291. VACANCY for 2 Gentlemen ; friends preferred ; private family ; 5 minutes from Octagon. Addr. aa “ Comfortable.” Stab Office. g OMPORTABLE Home for Two young 1 Ladies engaged during the day; good locality. Address “ Central,” Stab Office. BOARD and Residence for Ladies and Gentlemen. Ashley Hocse, Rattray street, near Catholic Cathedral; terras moderate. YAOANCY for Two or Throe Boarders;; three minutes’.walk Post Office. Address •*E.H.,” Stab Office. WANTED, young Lady Boarder (no others kept); piano and bath; near University. Address “ Boarder,” Stab Office. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At half-past 1 o’clock. . Sale by Auction. On the Premises, Pitt street and Heriot row, BUILDING FOR REMOVAL. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have been favored with instructions from Mr Beverly to sell by auction. One eight-roomed wood and iron dwellinghouse. Must bo removed on or before Ist day of December, 1897, ■ WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. Sale by Auction of; HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, Etc JAM ES SAMSON AND Do, have received instructions to sell by auct'on,.. at their Rooms—Furniture, etc , including walnut p’ano (by Kirkman), piano stool, harmonium, _ tapestry suite, occasional and Vienna chairs, tapestry plush couch, wicker chair, cedar extending dining table, overmantel, pictures, vase?, dinner and tea sets, e.p. cruet, clocks, cutlery, sideboard, octagon table?, whatnots, Brussels carpet, hearthrugs, fenders and irons, coal vase, hall stand, hanging lamp, doable and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flock mattresses, kapik beds, commode, cedar duchesse, full-Scotcli toilet chests, wardrobe, washstands and ware, duchesse drawers and tables, carpet squares, linoleum, kitchen dresser, sofa, wringer, copper boiler, kitchen and cooking utensils, perambulator, brass scales, horse covers, sewing machine, superior washing machine, clothes chest, stove, sundry tools, etc., etc., etc. SATURDAY, 13th NOVEMBER, At 1 o’clock sharp. For Sale, by auction, -134 Acres, mor< less, of Freehold Property, together wi Biuestone 5-roomed Dwelling-house, tefed throughout, slate roof, stable, a house, byre, large garden (planted out fruit and trees), and consi tory, etc. JAMES SAMSON AND have been favored with instructions Mr Kydd to sell by auction, at their Rooms All that parcel of laud, being part of see 37 and 52, block 6, situated'at Broct Kaikora Valley, near the Rosly n Mills. As Mr Kydd ia leaving the district this perty will be sold a bargain, on easy terms. For particulars apply to Messrs OALLAN AND GALLAWA _ ' Solicitors; Or THB AUOTIONEEF
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