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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. JJIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Direction E. J. CARROLL. Enormous Success of the Mighty Monarchs of Mystery, LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSCO, LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSOO, LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSCO. In a series of Si arti ing • Spectacular Illusion*, > conceived in the master mind of SERVAIS LEROY. THERE IS NO DECEPTION, AND TUT IT IS THE PERFECTION OF DECEPTION. The Programme includes the most Magnifi* cent Illusion ever attempted on any stage, entitled ‘NERO,’ OR THROWN TO THE LIONS, In "which two splendid specimens of Abyssinian lions are used with thrilling effect. Novel Specialty Acts have been engaged to support these Wonderful Necromancers, including WARNER AND WHITE, The American Dancing Beau Brummels. SANTO SANTUCCI, The Wizard of the Accordion. THE UNKNOWN, In a Series of Protean Balancing Feat*. Populir Prices: 3s, 2s, la. NO EARLY DOORS. Day Sale Tickets at Jacobs’s, Dos Plan at the Dresden. Booking Fee, Is. MATINEE SATURDAY NEXT. ' MARINE EXCURSIONS. LABOR DAY HOLIDAYS. MAcAnDREWS. COMPANY BAY, BROAD ’ BAY, AND PORTOBELLO. ; T.s.s, WAIREKA and t.s.s. WAIKANA wflli run as follows : SATURDAY, 24th OCTOBER, 1914. Leave Dunedin, 10 a.m., 2.50 xi.ni., 6.30 p.m., *lO p.m. Leaves Portohcilo, 7.30 a.m.. 12.30 p.m., 5 p.m., 7.45 p.m. * Special trip; fare. Is single. SUNDAY, 25th OCTOBER. 1914. Leave Dunedin, 10 a.m., 2.30 p.m.. 6.20 p.m. Leave Portobello, 8 a.m., 12 noon, 5 xi.m. LABOR DAY. 26th OCTOBER. 1914. Leave Dunedin. 9.30 a.m., 10 a.m., 1.20 p.m., 2.30 p.m., 5.15 p.m. Leave Portobel.o, 6.20' a.m., 7.30 a.m., 11.45 a.m. (direct), 12.30 p.m., 4 p.m., 6.15 p.m. Return Fares: Adults Is 6d, Children 6d. Concession Tickets not available on Holidays. The peninsula ferry company, LIMITED. Telephone 1,486. AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 22nd OCTOBER) At 2 o’clock sharxi. On the Premises, 6 ARTHUR STREET, opX>osite Boys* High School. » Sale bv Auction, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT IRON-FRAME PIANO by KIRCHNER. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have boon favored with instructions from Mrs SANDES, who is giving up housekeeping, to sell by auction, on the premises, No. 6 Arthur street, the whole of her Houses hold Furniture, etc., including— Walnut (iron-frame piano by Kin-hner, fancy folding chairs, armchairs, occasional tables, 4 carpet squares, heavy linoleums, curtain poles and curtains, fancy ornaments, pictures, cutlery, crystal, and crockery, fenders and irons, fancy plaques, scagrass chairs, massive ball stand, hall carpet, superior oak bedrooin suite, 5 double ami single iron beds, wire and flock mattresses, blankets, napery, 4 duchesso chests, washstaiufe, ware, mirror-door wardrobe, bedroom and kitchen furniture, pots, pans, wringer, and household furniture of every description. NO RESERVE. FRIDAY, 23rd OCTOBER, SALE BY AUCTION, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Dowling street. HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE, FIREPROOF SAFE. WALNUT OVERMANTEL, OAK HALL STAND (MIRROR HACK), EXTENDING DINING TABLE, Etc., Etc. JMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction • at their rooms, Dowling street, a largo catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including— UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, dining room suites, leather chairs and couches, Jubilee chairs, sea grass chairs, carpel; squares, pic-, turcs, paintings, ornaments, curtains and lilting?. OAK SIDEBOARD (HEAVILY CARVED), overmantels, dining tables, occasional tables and chairs, china ware, hall stands, hall seats, HALL SUITE, slip mass, door mate, OAK BED (QUAINT DUTCH PANELS), d.i. bods, ?.i. bod?, wood bed?, duchesse pairs, ware, tile-lop washstaiids. child’s drop-side cots, linoleums, kapok beds, shakedowns, flock mattresses, wire mmtresses, bedding, kitchen tables, chairs, cooking utensils, kitchen, furniture, elc. FRIDAY, 23rd OCTOBER, ’ At. 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. UNRESERVED SALE OF TRAVELLER'S SAMPLES an close accounts). JAPANESE VASES, ANTIMONY WARE, Kuick-knack?, Suit Cases, Basket Hampers, Oovlevs, Tablecloths. <' UTEE RY: ELECTRO PL A TE. BINOCOLA RS, WATCHES. PARK REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will sell by auction, ns above. A! so, CLEARING SAI/i: USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO iSchultz), * Walnut sideboard, kauri m.b. sideboard, saddlebags dining room suite, inlaid walnut revolving card table, dinner waggon, chiffonier, kauri dining table, wicker and easy chairs, pictures, Ausrlriati chairs, hall table, window seal, and cushions. CUTLER ROLLER-TOP DESK (full , size), i Leather-lop Ofiice Pedestal Desk. ! KAURI PANEL BEDSTEAD (Single). Cedar wardrobe, toilet chests, wastelands, curtains, rugs, and general bedroom furniture, Singer drop-head sewing machine, kitchen furniture and utensils, garden scat, dish-washing machine, etc., etc. THURSDAY, 22nd OCTOBER, At 12.30 o’clock. At Premises, Melbourne road. Smith Dunedin (next Forbury School). BUILDING FOR REMOVAL. 4-roomed Dwelling for Removal. L F. X, HARRIS AND CO. THURSDAY. 22nd OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes riroei, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. DOMINION ORGAN (12 stops), ILF. BOOKCASE AND. CHIFFONIER, ANTIQUE OAK SIDEBOARD, OCCASIONAL SUITE IN TAPESTRY, Marble Timepiece, Hanging Lamps, Couches, Occasional Chairs and Tables, Austrian. Chains, Vises, Ornaments. Curtains, Palm Stands, Carpets, Rug?, Walnut Mirror-back Sideboard, Double and Single Iron Bedsteads, Wire and Flock Mattresses, Duchess® Pairs, Chests and Tables. 4 and 5-drawo.r diesis. Iron Cot and 31 at tree?, Red Pine Wardrobe, Gent's Riding Saddle, Go-cart, Push Cart, Kitchen Dresser. Tables. Chairs, Wringers, Cooking Utensils, / Hand Sewing Machine, Steps, 3ft Range.‘ Store Truck, Large Gas LADY’S AND GENT’S BICYCLES, 9 Drums LUBRICATING OIL. A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. J\. will sell by auction, as above. TUESDAY, 3rd NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock. At Rooms, Princes street. TO INVESTORS AND SPECULATORS. In the Estate of E-. deceased. CITY FREEHOLD PROPEiCFY, Known as ALBERT George street (near Union street). FULL QUARTER-ACRE AND 8 HOUSES. Total Annual Rental, £221. Alex. Harris and co. have received instructions from tho Trustees, Executors, • and Agency Co., Ltd , Trustees hi the Estate of 33. Solomons, deceased, to sell, as above. Section 4, Block XX3L, Dunedin, fronting George street, area I rood, with 4 Brick 2-story Dwellings ana 4 Wood Dwellings thereon, *known as Albert Terrace, all well let. Total annual rental, £2Bl. This make* a good investment, as the property ,'S* closU to the penny section of the ear, and in m titular rcsidoatilLiyj4 b£ the
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