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Amusements. J>R I'N 6 K S:S’ S ;-I THE ATRE.^ ; HT7MON BOOM.r A SHOUTED i W KLOOMa FROM OVER. • I,COJ 'illßO ATS.' 1,000 . TUIU.MPHA Nf'& GLORIOUS RECEPTION • rOftbe kii.oynedahd only HUDSON’S SURPRISE PARTY. HUDSON’S SURPRISE PARI IT. The Donators ofMirlh and Music. - - A GREAT DEMONSTRATION ' ' Accorded by aPaoked House eh Saturday Night' to. witness this Uidquir, New, and AmuslngPerfenhance. ■ Two Hours of Incessant Music 6nd TAUghter. -- Overflowing with Life and Action. A Perpetual Flow of Mirth. Transforming Tears into Rainbows. A BLIZZARD OF SHRIEKS & LAUGHTER, FUN BEYOND ALL IMAGINATION. The distinguishing characteristics of this Unique .Organisation are . ART, SCIENCE, MUSIC, MIRTH, SONG, AND STORY, Happily blended together,lhat all tastes of the public are catered for Pronounced by Press and Public to be a triumphant SUCCESS J And don’t you forget it! THIS (MONDAY) ErTSNING, - NOVEMBER 22, " LAST NIGHT BUT ONE Of the Present Monster Programme. POPULAR PRICES—2s and ONE SHILLING, Special reseryed.seats (D.0.) 3s, booked at the Dresden. Day Tickets at Jacobs’s, tobacconist. VTHOS. P. HUDSON. AUCTIONS. TUESDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, At 11 o’clock. - ‘ On Premise?, Princes street south. Instructed by Mr Macedo (who is giving up. SHOP FITTINGS AND GLiSS OASES, Suitable for Library or Shop. DARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO. TUESDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. On account of whom it may concern. UNRESERVED SALE OP 120 PAIRS LACE CURTAINS (New Goods Just Landed). •pARK, 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-CLASS PIANO BY BORD, Mahogany 100 table, mahogany cheffonier, mahogany easy chairs and dining chairs in haircloth, steel-bar fenders and irons, oocisional tables, lace curtains, Brussels carpets, ball table , and hall lamp, pictures, mats, ornaments, double' and single iron bedsteads, flock mattresses, palliasses, and pillows, blankets, sheets, etc., dressing tables, evashstands and ware, toi'et table and glasses, kitchen table, chairs, 2 colonial sofas, churn, milk dishes, crockery, clock, ornaments, scraper, and door mats. PARK. REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed by Mrs Bill (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, on tho premises, as above. On view morning of sale. TUESDAY 25rd NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock, ( 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 the lato Mr J. L. Gillies to offer for sale by public auction, in their Room?, 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 j feet to Queen street. ’ The house is commodious and well built, its situation second to none, and as the executors desire to close the estate the property is for absolute sale ForJurther particulars apply to l&a STOUT, MONDY, AND MM, Solicitors Or to THE AUCTIONEERS. - PRELIMINARY NOTICE. VALUABLE BUILDING SITES, GREAT KING STREET. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have been instructed by Wm. Wright, Esq, to offer for sale by public auction, at an early date, 4 Building Sites at corner of Great King street and Union street,, each site having a frontage of 33 feet to Groat King street, and the corner one 80 feet to Union street. Terms very easy. Plans on application. 3POBTINQ. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING MEETING, 24th, 26th, 27th NOVEMBER. ■VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BOOKMAKERS, TOTE BEtTOBS, or DISQUALIFIED PERSONS will NOT BE ADMITTED to the Club’s Grounds, Forbury Park, during above'meeting. Any of the above PURCHASING or OBTAINING A TICKET OF ADMISSION in any way DOES SO AT HIS OWN RISK, and should he GAIN ADMITTANCE to the Grounds will be WARNED OFF and PROSECUTED for Trespass. By Order. SYDNEY JAMES. - Secretary. DUNEDIN RACES. NOVEMBER 24, 26, 27. FIRST-CLASS LUNCHEON at the GRAND STAND BOOTH at a MODERATE CHARGE. BEST LIQUORS SUPPLIED. MRS VANNINI, - ' Caterer. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SPECIAL NOTICE. THE ONLY GATE OPEN FOR ADMIS- _ SION to the Grounds during Spring Meeting is the Main Entrance at Tram Terminus. All other gates CLOSED. SYDNEY JAMBS, Secretary, DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING RACE S, FORBURY PARK, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24tb, 26tb, 27th. Firct Race starts ieaoh day at 12.45. : Admission; Grand Stand, ICs; Public Stand, Is; Grounds, Is. Grand Stand Tickets-obtainable at Jacobs’s or Mendelsohn’s. • Ladies’ Tickets may be purchased by Members j»t Club’s Office at 5i each; ’ ? Entrance by Main Gate only. Trams, Cabs, arid Drags from Manse street corner every few minutes; * SYDNEY JAMES, ; * Secretary.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10477, 22 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 10477, 22 November 1897

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