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AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Ro mis, Liverpool and Bond streets. ST. CLAIR. ST. CLAIR. CHOICE FREEHOLD AND HOUSE-. Splcmliliy situated. Comer site, and room for another house. JOHN REID AND SONS. LTD.. iu-tnietid by the Local Deputy Public, 'trustee, m the Estate of Patrick Gotten, deceased, will offer, as above. Allot merits 13 and 19, Block 111., St. Clair, cciitaiuinpr I rood 6.2 poles, comer Norfolk ana Du.-lovr streets, v.ith Verandah House of 6 rooms i pantry, scullery, washhouse, tubs and eop.ur) Hierro l ;. 'these are charming and eve.-Hi n( set toons in a favtiriie of a fiiyuric; Mibmb. close to car terminus and brae!.. 'Hie ,H .use is on tho corner allot.l'en!, the ether section being vacant, and lan-ny a sab- ,u one lot the allotments will ti-ai !e. olfir.d separately. As it is desired to win. l up tho Estate, buyers and speculator- spoil,.l ii- - fail 1,, inspect this desirable I'I"I | ip . W K [IN ES DA V. 4; hj NOVEMBER, birds !.' 1:,.-) a! (ifli'-e, i 'i: v i■ r, household eurniture. A ARM f ITAN<> -Jos,-oh [iidi.n, ami < od. LEATHER, 7-RIECT. SHITE, AXMINSTER CARPETS. S;uab.-a:d. dining table, hall stand and hail carpet. ’"'iii;-- and occasional chairs, bfn'ks, i .-I va-e, occasional fnrnilnrr. V IK!; i IK-DOOR, WARDROBE. S-'-ol ai and Pub-I chests. eoioini-'lc. bedding, b'ankci-,, bedstead s, shakedowns, iin. !■ :inis. I ■ i ikea sej, aad genera! bedroom furniture. Ki: choi fu.-iiittin* ami utensils. office ladle, lei r-r pri's.-., leather bans and trunks, carpel sweeper, jam. ole., iot X./i. si al ut'-s. Also, SfXtiLE Hi! A ETON and SET HARNESS. Funiituro on Vnuv Morning of Sale WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO illrui-h made. Newman am! l oo i di View Meriting of Sal'-. I) A KK, REYNOLDS. t.IMITED. i * viit -a I! by auction, as above. DRAWING ROOM: Velvet pin. carpot-. oak-framed photngravnr* •, kauri and Genoa velvet oeeasiona! suite, wool nig, rattan and occasional tables and chairs, art mirror overmantel, pedestals, bowls and plants, copper kerb, i.ivs. and ornament.'. DINING ROOM . Kami mirror-bank sideboard, kauri dining table i square leys-, kauri ami leather suite, t •in.i.Juiu d.mng chairs, bamboo m.b. hall -tarn!, tapestry hail carpet, linoleums, art curtains, dinner service. i HANDSOME KAURI BEDROOM SUITE, ! i <ani/nsing i■ Jlc:c duchc.-'e pair and tu.d. j wardrobe. ma vy pillar liras.- mount cd bed- ; stead and -ingle bedsteads, bedding. laian- | i-.fts, and iniiitrv, dic-hes-e cbesls, ami ecu- | (.-nil furniture. j Kitchen furniture and tiH’ii'ils. wringer, j slept, lircss.-r. etc., i. te. j WEDNESDAY. 4th NOVEMBER, At. 2 o'clock. SALE ItV AUCTION AT ROOMS DOWLING STREET. VERY MASSIVE U:t R ELIEP-t A R VKD ; SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD, VERY E.LA- : BORATE OVAL-MIRROR HHE-VAL | DRESSING TABLE. EXTENDING j DINING TABLE, V.B. TABLE COVER, ! OAK HALL STAND MIRROR BACK), I Etc., Ilm. Fames samson and go. j have been favored -v::h instructions to j .ell by aucti-s!;. at llit-ir Rooms, Dowling ! vi-ci-l, a largo catalogue of Household Pur- i n.ture, etc., including: - I VIiRV MASSIVE Bit RELIEF-CARVED SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD. HIGH-BACK DINING CHAIRS, j UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, | Pictures, Paintings, I'lmver Bowls. Palm j Stands. Cutlery, I.rockery. Ornaments. V.P. TABLE COVER, Copper Kerbs and /.••mu. Fej.-dms and I Br.vjbcs. Hearthrugs, | HEAVY A X MINSTER. CARPET SQUARE j (LATEST DESIGN), Linoleums, Occasional Tabl-v and Chairs. j .Inbilee Chairs, Seagriiss Ciiairy i OAK I! ED ! QUA TNT DESIGN), | D.I. Dels. S.I. Beds. Kapok Mattresses, Flock Mattresses. Wire Mattresses. OV \L-MIRROR CHKVAL DRESSING TABLE, Duchesse Bairs, t lusts of Drawer?, I\ a'hRtands. are, Commodes, nnurs drop-side cots. OAK KALI/ STANDS, ; HEAVY CARPET RUNNERS, j Sliu Mats. Hall Tables, Hall I hairs, | Kitchen Table'?. Kitchen Chairs, Cooking; i Utensils, He., etc, ! RELIGIOUS. (NIIURCH of Christ.—Tabernacle, 11 a m. ; J ami 6,30 p.m. Evenin'; subject; ‘’Die i Forgiveness of God.’ B. D M'Callum. 8.A., Evanyeli-t. Roslyn t 11 a.m.. Worship. P. I). M'Gilhnii. Speaker. VIIURCU OF CHRIST, Fil.cul street / Sunday, 11 a.m., Fellowship Meeting; Afternoon. 2.43, Sunday school; Evening, (730, Go;pel iiddrc.s. All invited. ORNINGTON Church of Christ, Argyle si-rje*.—ll a.m.. Breaking the Bread; 2.30 p.m., Bible School and Class; 6.30 n.m., Preaching. AU invited. CMIURCH of Christ.- Soul hj Dunedin; 11 am, Christian; 6.30 p m., tin-pel Service. Mr L. It vine : ‘The Tabernacle in the Wilderness.' Kew: 11 a.m., Christian Worship. I LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION. ! N„. 3. DISTRICT GRAND LODtiK. .4 LL MEMBERS of the Order are rnJ\ ninsli-i’i to attend (lie Ciinrch Parade TO-,MORROW (Sunday), at, 6.30 p.m., at. Hie B-'sKu Presbyterian Church. Preacher, Rev W. Gray Dixon. Special singing. Mun'-ers mee' in' regalia, lit 6.15 p.m. sharp. Bv oid-;r of tb.* District Grand Master u MTARIAN Club PROGKF.SSLVK SOCIETY. Moray place, 7 p.m. (Opposite Public Library). MR D. DAWSON. Sibi<-!• ‘SWEDENBORG: A SKETC-H OF HIS LIFE AND WORKS.’ Questions and Discussion. AU Meetings Open to tho Public. CHIRTSTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY. J Trades Hall (opposite First Church). SUNDAY EVENING, at. 7. Subject: ‘Everlasting Punishment.’ riHIEOSOPHTCAL Society.—Lecture by jJL Mr D. W. M. Burn. M.A. Subject; ‘ Not of This Fold.’ Theosophical Hall, Dowling street, 6.30 p.m. SPIRITUAL Scientist Church, Oddfellows’ n ILdi, Albany street. —Sunday, 7 p.m., Air? S. E, Morrison ('Melbourne), Lecturer on Modern Science. Spirit- Messages from articles, Silver collection at) door. ORDER of the Star in the> East .—Public Lecture by Miss Hartley, Club House. Mt.rav place. 3 p.m., entitled' ‘Some Lessons from "the Life of a Sage.* Hymns 292, 271, 365, A. and M. IN order to have the ‘Star’ out in good time, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements -that come in after noon. After this hour limy cannot be classified We would therefore request Advertisers to kindly bear this in mind, and send in their Orders Early.

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