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AUCTIONS. TUESDAY, 27th OCTOBER, At 10 o’clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At the Otago Corn and Wool Exchange Vogel street DON AID REID AND CO., DTD., will sell, as above. Oats, wheat, barley, chaff potatoes. TUESDAY, 27th OCTOBER, At 9.45 a.m GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At their Stores, Cumberland and Vogel streets. D ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED, will sell by auction, at above time, Oats, wheat, chaff, etc. TUESDAY. 3rd NOVEMBER, . At 12.30 o’clock. At Rooms, Princes street. to Investors and speculators. In the Estate of E. Solomons, deceased. CITY FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Known as ALBERT TERRACE, George street {near Union street). FULL QUARTER-ACRE AND 8 HOUSES. Total Annual Rental, £221. ■ ,4 LEX. HARRIS AND CO. have received instructions from the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Co., Ltd., Trustees in tho Estate of E. Solomons, deceased, to sell, as above, Section 4, Block XXX., Dunedin, fronting George street, area 1 rood, with 4 Brick 2-story Dwellings ana 4 Wood Dwellings thereon, known as Albert Terrace, all well let. Total annual rental, £221. This makes a good investment, as the property is close to the penny section of the car, and in a popular residential part of the City. TUESDAY, Zm\ OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. On Premises, No. 139 York place. City (comer of Albert street). Instructed by tbe Owner (who is leaving Dunedin). HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. On View Morning of Sale PARK. REYNOLDS. LIMITED. will sell by auction, WALNUT AND TAPESTRY SUITE, Winker Easy Chairs, Couch. Wall Mirror. Chiffonier, Carpet and Rugs, Dinner Set, Austrian Chaus. DINING ROOM FURNITURE, Linoleum, Brass-mounted Bedsteads, Bedding. N apery. Commode, Toilet Chests, Withstands, and General Bedroom Furniture. Kitchen Furniture and Utensils. Carpenter's Tools. Steps, Set Washtubs. etc., etc. WEDNESDAY, 28th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. . At Rooms. 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. n.\K PIANO GJroadwocd, White, and Co.), n.\K MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, BEDROOM FURNITURE. LADIES’ AND GENTS’ BICYCLES. GARDEN ROLLER. 4 LEX. HARRIS AND CO. .* V -ire instructed to sell by auction, at i heir Rooms, Furniture, etc., including— Bookcase and chiffonier, couches, wicker chairs, pictures Austrian chairs, carpets, nigs, ■■ushions. Linoleums, napery, crystal, lenders and irons, palm stands, double and Miigle brass-mounted bedsteads, wire and dock mattresses, duebesse- pairs, duchcsse '•bests, 5-drawer chests, bedroom ware, red p.ine mirror wardrobe, shakedowns, sundry kitchen furniture and utensils, crockery and glass ware, steps, doors, plate glass, 2 r.p. mantelpieces, pair prism glasses, half-plate camera. WEDNESDAY, 28th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock sharp. MONSTER SALE BY AUCTION, IN DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS,

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, GOODS, and CHATTELS (All in first-class order). REMOVED FROM Islington street, N.E. Valley, for convenience of sale. MASSIVE WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (first-class instrument; diaries Begg and Co.), WALNUT-COLOR BEDROOM SUITE, MAGNIFICENT 9-PIECE CROMWELL DINING ROOM SUITE. HEAVILY CARVED (one of the best Suites we have ever had in our Rooms). QUAINT 6-PIECE HALL DUTCH SUITE (Massive, Heavy D.I. Bed), SINGER SEWING MACHINE, Etc., etc. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions from Mr Gilman to sell by auction, in their Room®, Dowling street, the whole of his Furniture of 5-ROOMED HOUSE, which includes— SPLENDID WALNUT PIANO, SADDLEBAG SUITE, MASSIVE 9-PIECB LEATHER SUITE, Heavy Oak Sideboard, Beautiful Asminster Carpet, Pictures, Ornaments, Crystal, E.P. Ware, Mirror, Dining Room Table, Armchairs. EXTENDING DINING TABLE, Fenders, Brasses, Curtains and Curtain Poles, 8-DAY STRIKING CLOCK, big assortment Pot Plants, Leather Couch. Books, D.I. Hods. OAK Wood Bed. Oak Duchesse Pair, Dwhesse Chests. Wastelands, BLANKETS, REDDING. SHEETS, Wardrobe (3ft 6in), Bedroom Cabinets, Kitchen Utensils, MEAT >AFE, Drcssor, Crockery, Kettles, Pots, Pans. Garden Tools, ‘LAWN MOWER, .Mangle. Copper Boiler,, Jam Bottles, 6 BIRD CAGES, etc., etc. ON VIEW' MORNING OF SALE. NO RESERVE. EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. DUNEDIN TRAINING COLLEGE. \ PPLICATIONS for ADMISSION ,(o (he -CV College under tho following DIVI. SIGNS will be received up till SATURDAY. 28th November next. Division A. —Ex-pupil Teachers and Probationers. Division B.—Not Pupil Teachers or Pro- | bationers. Division C. XTnceriificated Teachers who, for tho years 1915 and 1914, have, taught in schools of grades not higher than Grade 111. (not more than five students can bo admitted under this Division). Division D.—Teachers who desire further training in professional work. Graduates. —To be admitted for one year only, and to give their whole time to professional training (not more titan fivo students can be admitted under this Division). Before being deemed eligible for entrance to tho College candidates must pass such medical examination as tho Board may prescribe. Every Applicant under Division A who has nob served his apprenticeship in tho Otago District much furnish—(a) Evidence of having completed his pupil teacher or probationer course to tho satisfaction of the Education Board by which ho has been employed. (b) A certificate as to his ability to teach, signed by an Inspector of Schools. (c) Evidence as to his good character. Pupil teachers and probationers who have served their apprenticeship in Otago and desire to enter the College must make application Lor admission. Application must bo made on special forms, which may he obtained at this Office. Second-year Students must bq in attendant at. the College on tho Day of Opening, MONDAY, 22nd February, 1915, and Firstyear Students on TUESDAY, 23rd February, 1915. Further information as to tho conditions of admission may be obtained at this Office. S. M. PARK, Secretary. Education Office, (Dunedin, 17th October, 1914. EXAMINATION FOR KINDERGARTEN CERTIFICATES. 4 N EXAMINATION for tho above will bo J\ held in Auckland, Wellington, Christ-* church, and Dunedin, partly in NOVEMBER and DECEMBER, and partly in JANUARY. Entries must be lodged with tho Inspector-General of Schools by 31st OCTOBER. Forms and full information may be obtained from any Education Board or Kindergarten Association, or from the Education Department. R«.r.lf Receipt for £1 must accompany each (Sgd.) G. HOGBEN, Impontor-Gcuerul of Schools.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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