CORPORATION NOTICES. CITY CORPORATION. "\rOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pur--L.™ jsuant to, a isolation adopted by the Dunedin . City' Council 'on the 3rd day of November. 1897, and to the provision contained . 60 o£ “ Tho luting Act, 1894," an ADDinoNAL CLIARGE of TEN PER CENT, will be made upon all Bates remaining ■ overdue on the 10th day of' January, 1898, and upon, all Water Bates and Special Rates, or moieties thereof, remaining six months overdue after the 31st day of March, 1898. Legal proceedings will be. taken biter the dates - above mentioned forthe recovery of all over-due Bates and the additional charge thereon. The General Bate and the first instalment of the Special Rate and of Water Bates were payable, on the Ist day of April, 1897, and the second instalment of the Special Bate'and of the Water Bates on the Ist day of October, 1897.-.V - ;:■■■ WM. B. TAYLOR, Town Clerk. Dunedin, 6th November, 1897. CITY OF DUNEDIN. ELECTION OF MAYOR. "VTOTIOE.—A POLL will be taken at the 4-V Town Hall, Octagon, on WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of November, 1897, between the hours of 9».m. and 6 p.m., lor the ELECTION of MA,YOE of Dunedin for the term of office commencing WEDNESDAY, the 15thX>ecembar, 1897. ■ The following are the names of the Candidates who have been duly nominated;— EDWARD BOWES CARGILL JAMES GORE HEN KV FREDERICK HARDY * WILLIAM SWAN. WM. B. TAYLOR, Returning Officer for the City of Dunedin. Dunedin, 8 hj November, 1897. AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 11th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. Oh.the Premises, Michic street, Roslyn, VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Walnut Upright Grand Piano (Collard and Collard), full Trichord. PARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed by Mr T. H. Kearns (who is Leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, at the above time and place, His Household Furniture, consisting of— Walnut-piano (Collard and Collard), walnut suite in silk rep, walnut 100 table, occasional table, wicker chairs, Brussels carpet, gilt overmantels, haircloth sofa, Austrian chairs, coal vase, . marble clock and ornaments, brassmounted fender .and irons, vase lamp, linoleum walnut whatnot, work table, hearthrug, Japanese plaques and bowls, brass curtain tods and rings, tapestry and chenille curtains, piano stool, Dretden figures, brackets and ornaments, oil paintings, engravings, tapestry table cover, crockery and crystal, red pine hat and umbrel a stand, red pine wardrobe, double iron brassmounted bedsteads and wire mattresses, kapok beds, horsehair mattresses, walnut duchetse pair, toilet ware, towel rails, commo ’e, bedette, settee, ■ marble-top toilet glass, iron stretcher and mattresses, copper preserving pan, wringer washing machine, garden tools, garden seat, lawn mower, kitchen furniture and utensils, etc., etc. On view on Wednesday afternoon and morning of sale. FRIDAY, 12th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. On the Premises, Regent road, off George street. In the Estate of the late Mrs Urquhart. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (Wilhelm Bohm), HANDSOME WALNUT SIDEBOARD, SUPERIOR BRUSSELS CARPET. PARK. REYNOLDS. AND CO. are instructed by the Executors in the Estate of the late Mrs Urquhart lo sell by auction, as above, Household Furniture, consisting of—Suite in rep, suite iu hai cloth, handsome walnut sideboard with mirror back, Brussels carpets, gipsy table, gilt cornice pole, rep and lace curtains, wool ruga, plush mantel drape, door portiere and curtains, gilt mirrors, plaques, ornaments, and biica-brac, Belleek ware, Parian fignrek under shades, hall lamp, Japane e vases, lustres, fenders and irons ashpan, fend>c stoo l , brackets, wa*er colors, engravings, extending dining table, kauri sideboard (mirror back), marble-top table, walnut whatnot, coal vase, crockery, crystal, bronze hat and umbrella stand, scraper and door mats, butler’s tray, hall lamp, stuffed birds, double and single iron bedsteads and bedding, washstands and toilet ware, kauri, wardrobe, dressing tables, marble-top toilet glass, towel rails,' chest drawers, commode, hearthrugs, table mangle, lawn mower, go-cart, garden tools, perambulator, garden seat, garden hose, kitchen furniture, and utensils. Etc, etc. On view on Thursday afternoon and morning of sale. WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At 2.30 o'clock, FIREPROOF SAFE?, By the celebrated makers, S. Withers and Co., makers to the British Government, Banks, etc. D M. SPED DI N G • will sell by auction, at his Rooms, on Wednesday first, at half-past two o’clock, a shipment of above well-known Safes, now landing ex Mataura, consisting of— Single, doors, frem 22 up to 42 inches Double doors, from 30 up tj 35 inches. Strong, wrought iron, patent fire and burglar proof, with patent lever locks. w SATURDAY, 13th NOVEMBER, At 11 o’clock. At Horse Saleyard. RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. will sell by auction, The booths, fruit stalls, stabling, right to charge admission, public stand, etc., in connection with Dunedin Jockey Club’s spring meeting. WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, 189 At 2.30 o'clock. At Central Auction Booms, High street, SUBURBAN RESIDENCE FREEHOLDS. Also, FARMS NORTH-EAST VALLEY AND WHARE FLAT. SIEV WEIGHT BROS. AND CO. (acting under instructions from the owners) will submit to public auction, at the above time and place, The following Properties 1. NORTH-EAST VALLEY, Woodburn Farm—All that Parcel of Land being Sections 52 and 54, North-east Valley District, containing 21 acres 2 roods and 38 poles (more or less), together with commodious Dwelling of Eight Rooms thereon; in good order. This is one of the finest Farms in the district, and fronts the main Valley read and the Upper Junction road. Well fenced and watered. 2. FARM, WHARE FLAT—AII that Parcel of Land being Sections 14 and 15. Block IV.,- Dunedin and East Taieri District, containing 233 acres 3 roods (mire or less), together with Duelling thereon. This pfrm ad S that of the late Professor Brown and Messrs Anderson and Stewart’s properties, and is for absolute sale 3. MORNINGTON fronting James place. Arthur, and John streets-All that ° f j « n m being Sect i°ns 30. 31, 32, 37, and 38, Township of West Dunedin, containing 1 rood and 8.4 poles, together with Two Dwelling-houses—-one of Nine Rooms ( f which the principal rooms are plastered), bathroom, la first-class c edition; the other dwelling contains Seven Rooms, together with all conveniences. In- ■ tending purchasers will be shown over the property on application to Mr G. Barnett, the owner. If this property is not sold in one lot it will be offered separately. 4. BURKES TOWN, St. Leonards All that Parcel of Lm l being Allotments 8, 9,10, and 11, Block HI,, containing 2 roods and 9 poles, together with Dwelling of Six Rooms thereon. This . house was built only a few years ag« and cost the owner close on £6oo* Will be sold at. a great sacrifice • Further particulars from . • auctioneers. THURSDAY, 18th NOVEMBER. At 12 o’clock. At Burnside,-Yards. SECOND SPRING SALE OF DAIRY CATTLE AND STORE STOCK. A S£.S AN AND OC will hold their next Spring Sale « Full particulars later advertisement.' Entries now beingreceived. L, MACLEAN* Auctioneer M above.
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