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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897
KJ THE ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY.: :; ■■' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17v '..-.■ ':, LAST NIGHT of Boucieault's Great Drama, THB OCTOROON. .- r . Don't Miss v THE SLWE SALE. THE SHIP ON FIRE. THE DUEL IN THE CANE BRAKE. Trices as us,ua'.. ATjjTiONa. WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'olocK. On Premises, Upper Duncan street. By order of the Executrix of the Estate of the lateE. M. Marks. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. SOLID SILVER AND ELECIRO-PLATF, Etc., Etc. _>ARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed to «seH as above, Massive marble (21-day) clock,'marble and bronze candelabra, Belleek candelabra and ornaments, bronze Btatuettes; lounge in; tapestry, Brussels and tapestry carp-ts," hearthrugs, steel and brass rail fenders, brasser, steel fireirons and ashpans, occasional tables, spring rockers, occasional chairs, wicker table?, curtains and rods, h.p. tea set, hanging lamp, dining table, butler's tray, 8-bottlo solid silver cruet, silver serviette rags', set 4 heavily-plated dish covere.e.p. salver, cruets, hot water.jpjr,,. marmalade jar, biscuit jar, handsome vase lamp, double iron bedsteads and bedding, Austrian chairs, r.p. duchesse pair, full-Scotch chest, toilet glasses, stretcher, linoleum and matting, kitchen furniture and utensils, Etc., etc. On view morning of sale. THURSDAY, 18th NOVEMBERi At 2 o'olook. On Premises, Queen street (off Union street). HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.' >ARK. REYNOLDS. AND CO. 1/ are instructed by Mrs Whalley (who is giving up housekeeping) to Eell by auction, as above, Piano (by Kirchner), suite (in tapestry), couch (in. cretonne), brass-mounted fender and irons, _ ash pan, occasional tables, easy, chair, Austrian chairs, pictures, lamp, braokets and ornaments, linoleum, carpets, clock, crockery, cutlery, crysta', curtains, Japanese cabinet. White sewing machine, double brass-mounted bedstead, spring mattress, red pine duchesso pair, double and single iron and wood bed--steads, mattresses, blankets, napery and linen, waf-hstands and ware, .dressing tables, toilet glasses, chests drawers, rocker, colonial sofa,~ meat pafe, hall lamp, kitchen furniture and utensils, Etc., etc. FRIDAY, 19th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On Premises, Walker street. SECOND-HAND FtJRNITURE. PARK, REYNOLDS. AND CO. are instructed by Mrs G. Elsou (who is giving up the shop) to sell by auction on tho premises, A QUANTITY SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. Tables, chairs, bedsteads, crockery, glass, ware, and sundries of all kinds. WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, 1897, At 2.30 o'clock. At Central Auction Rooms, High street. SUBURBAN RESIDENCE FREEHOLDS, Also, FARMS NORTH-EAST VALLEY AND WHARE FLAT. SIEVWRIGHT~BROS. AND 00. (aoting under instruotlonß from tho ownere) will submit to publio auction, Rt the abovo time and place, • . • Tho following Properties: 1. NORTH-EAST VALLEY, Woodburn Farm-AH that Pircol of Land being Sections 62 and s*, North-east Valley District, containing 21 aoreß 2 roods and 38 poles (more or less), together with commodious Dwelling of Eight Rooms thereon; in good order. This Is one of the flaest Farms in the dis> tricfc, and fronts the main Valley read and the Upper Junotion road. Well fenced and watered. 2. FARM, WHARE FLAT-AH that Parcel of Land being Sections 14 and 15, Block IV., Dunedin and East Taieri District, containing 233 acres 3 roods (more or less), together with Dwelling thereon. This Farm adjoins that of the late Professor Brown and Messrs Anderson and Stewart's properties, and is for absolute sale. 3. MOBNINGTON. fronting James place, Arthur, and John streets—All that Parcel of Land being Sections 30, 31, 32, 37, and 38, Township of West Duncdin, containing 1 rood and 8.4 poles, together with Two Dwelling-houses—-one of Nine Rooms ( f which tho principal rooms are plastered), bathroom, i.i first-class c ndition; tho other dwelling contains Seven Rooms together with all conveniences. Intending purchasers will bo shown over the property on application to Mr G. Burnett, tho owner. If this property is not sold in one lot it will be offered separately. 4. BURKESTOWN, St. Leonards - All that Parcel of Lanl being Allotments 8, 9, 10, and 11, Block 111., containing 2 roods and 9 poles, together with Dwelling of Six Rooms thereon. This house was built only, a few -years ago. and cost the o»ner close on £6OOI Will be sold at a great sacrifice. Further particulars from AUCTIONEERS. THURSDAY, 18th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. Household Furniture, Piano, Jewellery, etc JAMES SAMSON AN D 00. -_ have received Instructions to seU by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc ineluding— '' Fa r suite, tapestry couch, easy and Vienna chairs, walnut piano, piano stool, chiffonier tea and dinner sets, e.p. ware, cruet, clock, whatnots, ornament?, pictures, extending dinine table, Brussels carpets, hearthrugs, bras* Anders and irons, coal vase, wool and goats T " igs, crockery and glassware, bell, cutle octagon tables, rep couch, cuitain poles and curtains, iron and wood b?dsteads, spring, wire and flock mattres<es, kapok beds, superb duchesse drawers and washstands, ware, lookirir glasses, duchesso tablev fall-scotch and toi'ec chests, wardrobe, carpet tquares, chairs, lito.eum, commode, kitchen dresser, wringer copper boiler, perambulator, sewing machine* washing machine, brass pan, filter, bronzo umbrella stand; aleo, a large lot of hollowWare, handlep, brooms, axes, j-awg, .spader, shovels, shears, oval boilers, patent strcot lamp, patent irons, clothes chest, wheelbarrow, chair bed, ottoman couch, etc , etc., etc.; - MEETINGS. ' LODGE CELTIC, 477, S.C. THE BRETHREN of the above Lodge and sister Lodges are cordially invited to attend the INSTALLATION of Bro. WILLIAM M'NicoU, P.D.G.M. r„ii »c _,- THURSDAY, 18th Inst., at 7.30 p.m. It is desired that Visiting Lodges be"in attendance and be presented before 8 D.m. - v ..-.'■■'. Sojourning Brethren cordially,invited..:- - JAMES G. M'GRBGOrV &WJ!iL V , JOHN J.QTHIAIJ, Swjreterjir '.;.'
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