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COEPOBATION, NOTICES. CITY CORPORATION. suant to a resolution.adopted by the Dureliu.iOltyi'Coiincil^n/the 3rd day of November, 1897, and to the prevision contained infection 60-of '"The Ra¥hg'Act, 189?:" an ADDITIONAL CHARGE of TEN PER OKNT.;wiU : be made upon -all'. Bates remaining ion? 1011 '* 18 ov erdue on the 10th day of January, 1893, and upon all Water Kates'.and;Spcoia Rates, or moieties thereof, remaining Bikmonths overdue after the 31st day;pf March;'lß93:' .Legal proceedings will be takehiaftel; th&dates. above mentioned for the recovery of iU'o'ver-duo Bates and the additional'charge thereon/..'", .The Gf neralßate and the. firstiraUlment of theSpeoial Rate and of Water Rate%were payable on the Ist day of April,* iß97y;and the second instalment of the Special' Rate/and of tbe Water Rates on the Ist day of October. 1897. ■"-.■'--.-'.!'/.'•'. WM. B. TAYLOR,* ;-.' "\. '"'"■■.- - Town Clerk. Dunedin; 6th November, 1897. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, •■-'■•"-<<■■••• - At 12.30:o!clbcW. L '"' ; '*" ' On Premises, Lees street. " ' BUILDINGS FOR REMOVAL. J> ARK, REYNbLbs, AND' CO, - 1 - are instructed to sell by auction, as above, .' : '.. .... ,.... 3wooden cottages for removal; *'^- WEDNKSDAY, 10th NOVEMBER,; At 2 o'clockj .. ■. ;;■"■■■:": l the Vremioon Dl..'Ja .h.J iiijii.';*..! close to St.- John'* Church, the residence of • Mrs Mackintosh-(who-isleavirfg-No'w Zealand). ■ r^i-M? HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. X are instructed byjMrs. Mackintosh to sell by.auetion, .'. .".-.....'".."_ ..." *.—„ Couch in American leather, dining table on castors, Brussels carpet,.^pheffonier, hat and umbrella stand, wicker table, wicker chair, -Vienna chair.*, 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 glasß, lace curtains, steel-bar fender and irons, coal vase',' lamp,' Ornaments, clock, go-cart, child's cot and mattress, kitchen table, chairs, zinc bath, general utensils, and sundries. ~-.> v . .-...'.-., On View Morning of Sale. WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, ■•' :•'>■' ' At 2.30 o'clock. \*f FIREPROOF SAFES, By the celebrated makers, S. Withers and Co., makers to the British Government,-Banks, "■-:."■..- cto.'..';:'-,';---.-;-;::.-:»j:' ; .v ~\ M. S"P E D D I 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-land-ing ex Mataura, consisting of— Single doors, from 22 up to 42 inches Double doors, from 30 up to 36 inches. Strong, wrought iron, patent fire and burglar proof, with patent lever locks. : WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At hali-nast 1 o'clock. - : Sale by Auction. • V; On the Premises, Pitt street and Heriot row. BUILDING FOR REMOVAL. JAMES SAMSON AN D GO. have been favored with instructions ;from Mr Beverly to sell by auction, .. '.•'•■" One eight-roomed wood and iron dwellinghouse. Must be removed on or before Ist day of December, 1897.' ' WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. Sale by Auction of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND Ui. have received instructions to sell by auct'on, at their Rooms—Furniture, etc, in. eluding walnut piano (by Kirk-man), 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 tables, whatnots, Brussels carpet, hearthrugs, fenders and irons, coal vaßc, hall Btand, hanging lamp, double and Bingla iron and wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flock mattresses, kapok beds, commode, cedar duchesse, full-Scotch toilet chests, wardrobe, washstands and ware, duchesse drawers and tables, carpet, squareg, linoleum, kitchen dresser,- sofa, wringer, copper boiler, kitchen and oooking utensils, perambulator, brass scales, horse covers, "sewing machine, superior washing machine, clothes chest, stove, Bundry tools, etc., etc., etc " SATURDAY, 13th NOVEMBER, ""' At 1 o'clock sharp. ••'-; : " ■!'. For Sale, by auction, 13i Acre 3, more cr less, of Freehold Property, together with a BlueßtDne v 5-roomed- DwellingThouße, fdar* tered throughout, slate roof, stable, coach* house, byre, large garden (planted out wiih fruit and ornamental, trees), and conserva* tijry, etc. JAMES SAMSON AND CO.' have been favored with instructions from Mr Kydd to sell by auction, at their Rooms, All that-parcel of land," being "part of'sections 37 and 52, block 6, situated at" Brockvlllo, Kaikora Valley, near theßoslyn Mills. As Mr Kydd is leaving the district this property will be sold a bargain, on easy terms. . For particulars apply to Messrs CALLAN AND GALLAWAY, _ Solicitors: Or THE AUCTIONEERS. SHIPPING. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Steamers will be despatched as under : LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers to all West Coast ports)— Waikare 30711 Tbur., Nov, 11 SDunedin TeAnau 1652 Friday, Nov:l2 3 Dunedin Mararoa | 2598 lucsday, Nov. 16 2.30 thin NAPIER, GISBORNB, and AUCKI.A.NDTe Anau I 1652 I Friday, Nov. 12 I 3Dunedin Mararoa 125981 Tuesday, Nov. 16 I 2.30 train El 01 :? ~| l ™ I Friday. Nov. 19 I 2 Dunedin Waihora "1 £OO3 Wed.. Dec. 1 -.;• 2.30 traa SYDNEY via WELLINGTONWaikare J 30711 Thur., Nov. 11 I SDunedin lalune i 2078" Thur., Nov. 18 2.30 train SYDNEY via AUOKLANDMararoa I 25981 Tuesday, Nov. 16 I 2.30 train Waihora | 20031 Wed, Dec. 1 |2.30 train MELBOURNE via BLUFF and HOBAST-^ Wakatipu 11945 I Monday, Nov: 15 15.30 D'd n Monowai | 31331 Monday, Nov. 2212Dunedin WESTPORT via TIMARU, LYTTELTON. AKAROA, WELLDNGTON, PICTON, and NELSON— .. Ohau * I 7JO I Thur., Nov. 11 I 5 Dunedin Cprinna 11279 | Friday, Nov. 19... | SDuhetfn * Via New Hyniouth and Greymouth (tranships at „, Wellington for Ticton, Nelson). GREYMOUTH via OAMARU; TIMAKU.' LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, and" NEW PLYMOUTH— -; Herald | 5731 Wed., Nov. 17 - \ SDunedin SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.EXCURSIONS; For TONGA, SAMOA, FIJI, and? SYDNEY (From Auckland)— 2 val £i,w. I Wednesday, November. 17.,' For SUVA and iEVUKA (from Auckland)Hauroto 11988 1 Wednesday, December I■■ '■' For TAHITI and RABATONGA - • (From Auckland)— ..... Upolu 11141J Wednesday, November 24' ' CARGO RECEIVED AT DUNEDIN— • TO Fors.s. Till Day. Waikare 2 p.m. Thursday Tongue - - Ohau 2p.m. Wednesday Rattray street loAnau "Noon Friday ' Tongue Tickets available by Huddart, Parker, and Co.'a Steamera ANGLIAN and WESTRALIA. CHRISTCHUROH OARNI^AL^ ;.;,--y ; ?' i: - week, eg -vV y? i .1. . SHOW AND RAOES^ : '"" EXCURSION TICKETS TO J LYTTELTON. Per WADIARE, from Dunedin Wharf, '■ on THURSDAY, Uth November. Available for Return from Lyttelton by. Te Anau, Wednesday, 10th; Wakatipu, Friday," 12th ; Mararoa, Saturday, 13th; Rotoroa, Wed; nesday, 17th ; Monowai, Friday, 19th; -ox AngUan, Saturday, 20th November. SALOON (Return Fare) ... a ., ...„ "-.^gg HUDDART, EARCTRPR'OPRIETABy CO., LIMITED .: ;..; (NEILL AND CO., LIMITED, Agents)! UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMTTBD.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10466, 9 November 1897

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