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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897
CORPORATION KOTIOEC ' |IT* CORPORATION BATHS. ■lean's point. ."'<-~^R; ■: 1" : '''J^,' Open from Sunrise io 5 p.m. '' 4 ■'^*; : : -;'. ADMISSION FREE. • Feofor use-of Dressing Box ... One Penny TwelveiTJcketa.... .?. \.. Kinepenca: Weekly School Tickets .-..'■■':•-... One Penny ; ; horning, 7to Band Uto 12, ','■'. '.C \ ; > •' 2 to *. ' "Saturday, 7to 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 2 p.nv SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. Visitors will fin* the Tatlis in firct-class onler anil under'the clarge <f an cfGc'rnt caretaker, who .wil supply .towels and. other, requicements. asdesiredat - WM. B. TAYLOR, Town Clerk. Dunedin, 13th November, 1897. FOR SALE, IPENT LIME at the City Gasworks, Anderson's Bay road. A First-class MANURE for Farm Lands, etc. For particu'ars apply to the Gas Engineer at the Gasworks. ■TO. B. TAYLOR, Town Clerk.Dunedin, 13tb Novexbor, 1£97 WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVuMIJKR, .» At '£ o'clock. On Premise?, Upper Duncan street. By order of the Executrix of the Estate of the late E. M. Marks. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, SOLID SILVER ELECTRO-PLATF, .'■■-. Etc, Etc. REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed to sell as above, Massive marble (21-day) clock, maible and bronza candelabra, Belleek candelabra and ornaments, • brotze statuettes,- lounge in tapestry, Brussels and tapestry carp-Is, heaithrngs, Eteel and brass rail fenders, brasses, steel fireirons and a-.bpans, occasional tables, spring rockers, occasional chairs, wicker table?, curtains and rods, h.p. tea set, -hwigins? lamp, dining table, butler's tray, 8-bott!e solid riivir cruet, silver serviette rings, set 4 heavily-plafed di»h covers, e. p. salver, cruets, hot water jug, biscuit jar, handsome vase lamp, double iron bedsteads and betiding, Austrian chairs, r.p. duchesse pair, full-Scotch fchest, toilet glasses, stretcher, liuoleum and matting, kitchen furniture and utensil*, Etc., etc On view tcoining of sale. MONDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Premises, George street north, the Reside oa of Mrs Wm. Royse (who has sold her property;. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PARK, REYNOLDS. AND o<-. are instructed by Mrs Royse to sell by auction, at the above time and plaice, Her surplus Household Furniture, consisting of— Marble clock, Chesterfield sofa, walnut cabinet, walnut music canterbury, Wilton vile carpet, Turkey carpet, walnut work table, gilt mirror, gas stove, linoleum, Biussels stair carpet and rods, walnut 100 table, occasional chairs in tapestry, wicker chaire, couches in rep and haircloth, cedar dining table, Austrian- chairs, large bookcase, offic* table and chair, bronze hit and umbrella stand, proof engravings, cedar chiffonier, oil paintings, hall table, violin and bow, fender and irons, "cnitainß, crockery and crystal, double wood £ tester bedstead antl hangings, double and single iron bedsteads, spring mattress, flock mattresses, full-Scotch chest drawers, washstands and ware, towel rails, toilet glasso?, dressing tables, kitchen furniture and utenbile, two lawn mowers, garden roller, garden tools/ hose, girden seats, bicycle, cant-iron pipes, tablo mangle, flower show boxes, croquet set, ladders, Etc, etc, On view Saturday, 20 .hj November, from 2 o'clock. TUESDAY, I6rh NOVEMBER, 1897, ■ At 2 o'clock. Anctioh Rooms. ManEe street. 7-STOP AMERICAN O^OAN. SEMI-GRAND WALNUT PIANO. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Kemoved for Convenience of Fale. S. VALENTINE . e has received instructions to offer for sale, as above. Household Furniture, etc , consisting of— Semi-grand walnut phno, 7-stop American organ, leather, tapestry, and horsehair mites, mirror-backed sideboard dining, 100, and other tables, plush and tapestry settee, sof-m, occa- 1 sional chairs, couches, o»k overmantel, duchesse cho-tts,_ tables, and double and siriglo iron and wood bedsteads, spjing mattress and bedding, toilet ware, fendirs aud fireirons, kitchen utensils, iron safe, office table, raddle, gun, etc., lawn marker, nets, rackets, etc. Bicycle Sale as usual on WEDNESDAY, 17tb, at 230. Great reduction in prices. TUESDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, At 12 o'otoc*. FREEHOLD, Queen street (at top of Union street), WITH HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATR. AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed by the Fxcculors of tho late Mr J. L. Gillies to offer for'eale by public auction, in their Rooms,' Rattray street, on Tuesdav. November, at 12 o'clock, His late Residence, containing 9 rooms, bath and ttoro rooms, erected on pait of Section 16, Block 25, Dunedin, having a frontage of s*i feet to Queenstreet. -The house is commodious and well built, Hb situation second to none, and as the executors desire to close the estate the property is for absolute sale For further particulars apply to Messrs STOUT, MONDY, AND „ . Solicitors; Or to THE AUCTIONEERS. MEETINGS. THE MOSGIEL WOOLLEN FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. THR TWENTY - FOURTH ANffTJAL GENERAL MEETING of Shareholders will be held in the Office of the Comoany B street, Dunedin, on TUESDAY, 16th November, 1897, at 3 p.m. Business : To.Receive Directors' Report and Balanceshret for the Year ended 6th October 1897; Eleotion of Two Directors and • Two Auditors. The Share Register will be Closed for Transfers from the 2td to 16th November inclusive. W. NIOOLSON, Dunedin, 2nd November, 1897. * y ' DUNEDIN PAINTERS' UNION. - the above Union will be held in tie Trades Hall, Dowling street, TO-NIGHT (Monday); tLe 15th inst., at 8 o'clock sharp. JOHN PATERSGN, Secretary. - M.U.1.0.0.F.-OTAGO DISTRICT. \ MEETING of the District Standing Com. JA. mittee will be held in the District Chamloth November, 1897, at 8 p.m.. J. A. HOPORAFT, Prov.O.S. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. ' ->VEbNE'spAY,i7th Noremter, are hereby DISOHgRGED FROM ATTENDANCE '? COLIN M«K. GORDON, Sheriff. 1 i Supreme Court Office, ' •;";-?" Dunedin, 15th November, ' *
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