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CORPORATION NOTICES. HALF*HOLIDAT. THE.OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AND . PASTORiL SHOW.-. I RESPECTFULLY REQUEST the Citizens „ to OBSERVE the, AFTJt RNOON of THURSDAY, the 26*>ii Vri-.t. (the LcM*ple’s Day), as a HALF-HOLIDAY from noon,, anl that those Shopkeepers who usually Close'on Wrd, nesday Afternoon will CLOSE THEIR PLACES OF BUSINESS on the Thursday instead, : ; HUGH GOURLEY, ' v ’ ’ Mayor, Dunedin, 19th November, 1897.- ;r FOR SALE, O PENT LIME at the City Gasworks, - Anderson’s Bay road. A First-class MANURE for Farm Lands, etc, • For particulars apply to the Gas Engineer at’ the Gasworks, , . ' WM. B, TAYLOR, 1 Town Clerk. Dunedin, 13tu November, 1£97. AUCTIONS. ’ SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. On Premiser, Waitati., By order of the Executors of the Estate of R. , G. Harris (deceased.) HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, COW AND HEIFER, FOWLS, GEE3E, Etc. PARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO are instructed by the Executors of the estate of R. G. Harris to sell by auction as above, at Waitati, Piano, horsehair sofa, armchair, 6 dining room chairs, chdfonier, carpet and hearthrug, fender and irons,' iron bedsteads, mattresses, wardrobe,' chest of drawers, dressing tables and glosser, washstands and ware, chairs, bedding, tables, couches, kitchen furniture, crockery, general utensils, eta., cow and heifer, farm tools, fowls, geese. Etc., etc. On view morning of sale.. MONDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Premises, George street north, the Beside ce of Mrs Wm. Eoyse (who has sold her property), VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PARK, REYNOLDS, AND O' . are instructed by Mrs Royse to sell 1 y auction, at the above time and place, Her surplus Household Furniture, consisting of— Marble clock, Chesterfield sofa, walnut cabinet, walnut music canterbury, Wilton pile carpet, Turkey carpet, walnut work table, gilt mirror, gas stove, linoleum, Brussels stair carpet and rods, walnut 100 table,- occasional chairs in tapestry, wicker chairs, couches in rep and haircloth, cedar dining - table, Austrian chairs, large bookcase, office table and chair, bronze hat and umbrella stand, proof engravings, cedar chiffonier, oil paintings, hall table, violin and bow, fender and irons, curtains, crockery and crystal, double wood i tester bedstead and bangings, double and single iron bedsteads, spring mattress, flock mattresses, full-Scotcb chest drawers, washstands and ware, towel rails, toilet glasses, dressing tables, kitchen furniture and utensils, two lawn, mowers, garden roller, garden tools, hose, garden scats, bicycle, cast-iron pipes, table mangle, flower show boxes, croquet sot, ladders, dessert service. Burrow’s Remington rifle, Colt revolver, air grin, wire flower stands, waste iron, oak flower pots, etc. .. - On view Saturday, 20th November, from 2 o’clock. TUESDAY, 25rd NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. On account of whom it may concern. UNRESERVED SALE OF 120 PAIRS LACE CURTAINS (New Goods Just Landed). ’ T)ARK. REYNOLDS. AND CU. are instructed to sell by auction, as above, on account of whom it may concern,120 pairs lace curtains, assorted patterns; latest design and best make. In lots to suit purchasers. On view Friday morning till time of sale. No reserve. TUESDAY,’ 23rd NOVEMBER, At "2 o’clock. On the Premises, Kaikorai Valley. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FIRST.OLABS PIANO BY BOBD, Mahogany 100 table, mahogany sheffontcr, mahogany easy chairs and dining chairs In hairc'oth, steel-bar fenders and irons, ooc-s'.onal tables, lace curtains, Brussels carpets, hall table and hall lamp, pictures, mats, ornaments, double and single iron bedsteads, flock mattresses, palliasses, and pillows, blankets, sheets, etc,, dressing tables, washstands and ware, toi'et table and glasses, kitchen table, chairs, 2 colonial sofas, churn, mi k dishes, crockery, clock, ornaments, scraper, and door mats. PARK. REYNOLDS. AND 00. are instructed by Mrs Hill (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, on the premises, as above. On view morning of sale. SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER, At 11 o’clock. At the Dunedin Horse Saleyard. The well-known Flat Racer BLACKPOOL. Stylish Upstanding HACKS and LIGHTHARNESS HORSES. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions to sell by auction, at above time and place, to c'ose partnership accounts, The well-known flit racer Blackpool, with all engagements. Pedigree at sale. On account of John Douglas, Esq,, Mount Royal: 2 stylish upstanding hacks, 4yrs old; grand movers. * Also, on account of Mr Ralph Milner, North Taieri: 1 four-year-old colt, by Wicklow; will make a splendid buggy horse. SATURDAY, 20lh NOVEMBER, 1897, At 2 o’clock. On the Premises, M'Lauchlan’s Arcade, South Dunedin. IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE. NEW AND SECOND-HAND FORNITUEE AND GENERAL STOCK. HS. VALENTINE o has been instructed to dispose of tko entire stock, as above, . Consisting of— Couches in leather and haircloth, duchesse chests and washstands, chests ot drawers, ea«y chairs, colonial sofa?, iron and wood bed-steads, new and second-hand bedding, spring and wire mattresses, rocking and wicker chairs, perambulators, go-carts, Singer sewing machine and tailor’s ditto (in first-class order), ironmongery, crockery, glare* are, brushware, pictures, German cabinet-ma'-er's bench, carpenters’ tools, cramps, old sashes, boxes, handcart, and a large quantity of sundries too numerous to detail. TUESDAY 23rd NOVEMBER, At 12 o'olock. FREEHOLD, Queen street (at top of Union street), WITH HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE. AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed by the Executors of tho late Mr J. L. Gillies to offer for sale by public auction, in their Kootnr, Rattray street, on Tuesdav. 23rd November, at 12 o’clock. His late Residence, containing 9 rooms, bath and store rooms, erected on part of Section 16, Block 25, Dunedin, having a frontage of 54£ feet to Queen street. The house is commodious and well built, its situation second to none, and as tho executors desire to close the estate the property is for' absolute sale - For further particulars apply to ' - - Messrs STOUT, MONDY, AND SIMy . . : Solicitors? ; = Or to THE AUCTIONEERS,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 10475, 19 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Evening Star, Issue 10475, 19 November 1897