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Page 7 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
f AMUSEMENTS, j T2S ’ RING’S JHEATEE. FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 1.30 to 10-Daily—l.3o to 10. NEW YORK POLICE CARNIVAL. A Magnificent Exposition of the Wonderft} Efficiency of thc-American Police. Intensely Human Photo-Play, IN THE SIIADOW OF DISGRACE IN THE SHADOW OF DISGRACE Is tho Story of tho Secret Marriage of I Beautiful Girl to a Young Officer. THE MAGNIFICENT COMEDY DRAMA HAPPY GO LUCKY. Featuring CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG aa'l EARLE WILLIAMS. HIGH SPOTS ON BROADWAY. A NEW KEYSTONE. Full of Humor. Ridiculously Funny. PATHE WAR GAZETTE. CANADIANS RALLY ROUND THE FLAG. A Magnificent Series, showing exciting WaJ Incidents in Canada. ADULTS. 6d .....CHILDREN. 3d. SETT AND 'MAORI KAXK. S.s. MAHENO (Circumstances permitting) I,EAVES DUNEDIN SUNDAYS, 10 a.m., returning 4 p.m. FARE, Is (ONE SHILLING) RETURN. DUNEDIN FERRY COMPANY, LTD. “ It makes such a difference. 1 ” THE ART OF ENTERTAINING BECOMES VERY EASY WHEN YOU HAVE A LYRICPHONE. Tho LYRICPHONE is the popular-priced Gramophone. It is a beautiful machine, with elegant cabinets of British design and construction, Swiss accurate motors, longwind gear, etc. Tho tone produced is pure and powerful, and all movements are smooth and cany. the motors running- silently. LYRICPHONE, with steel spur horn, solid oak cabinets, from £3 10s. LYRICPHONE, hornless, and very portable, oak cabinets, from £5 5.=. DOUBLE-SIDED DISC RECORDS, hundreds to (select from, including the. latest, 3s 6d each. WE INVITE INSPECTION. CHAS. BEGG AND CO., LTD., Gramophone Depot, PRINCES STREET. AUCTIONS. MONDAY, the 18th JANUARY, 1915, At 12 o'clock noon. Messes james samson and co. have received instructions from the City Council to offer for sale by public auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, on tho above-mentioned date, the under-mentioned Corporation Building Lease, viz.: Twenty-one years’ Building Lease of Allotment 1, Subdivision of Section 33, Block XVII., Dunedin, at a« upset rental of £241 10s per annum, and valuation for Buildings and Improvements £3,500. Further particulars may bo obtained or application to THE TOWN CLERK; Or THE AUCTIONEERS. Dunedin, 38th December, 1914. P R ELIMINA RY N OTICB. WEDNESDAY. 20th JANUARY. At 2 o'clock sharp. At Downstairs Rooms, Dowling street. MONSTER .SALE BY AUCTION Of First-class Furniture, -Massive Iron Franwi Piano, and Furnishings of 5 Rooms, Removed from a Country Centre in a Deceased Fist ate. The Furniture has only been in use a very short time, and is up to date in ©very respect, FULL PARTICULARS IN MONDAY ’ NIGHT’S ‘ STAR.’ JAMES SAMSON AND CO.. Auctioneers. MONDAY, the 18th JANUARY, 1915, At 12 o'clock noon, Messrs john reid and sons, ltd.. have received insf ructions from tho City Council to offer for sale by public auction, at. their Rooms, corner Liverpool and Bond streets, on the above-mentioned date, the under-mentioned Corporation Building Leases, viz.: — l (a) Twenty-one years’ Building Lease of Allotments 2 and 3. Subdivision ol Section 33. Block XVII., Dunedin. Upset rental. £230 per anaum, and value for Buildings and Improve, ments £1,850. (b) Twenty-one years’ Building Lease of Allotment 4, same Subdivision and Block as described in “ (a).” Upset rental £lOl per annum, and value for Buildings end Improvements £1,950. Further particulars may be obtained rn application to THE TOWN CLERK; Or THE AUCTIONEERS. Dunedin, 16th December, 1914.
TUESDAY. 19UI JANUARY, At 2 o’clock sharp. TO THE TRADE' ONLY. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALVAGE SALE OF TOBACCOS, Cl OARS, CIGARETTES, Being ilu> duty-paid stock, amounting to nearly £I.OOO, which was in the ■warehouse of' Bin?, Harris, ami Co., Lid,, at the. lure, of the r-scent Ore, and has now been removed t(< Auctioneer’s Rooms. Dir. sred pi x g e is instructed to sell br auction at his rooms on TUESDAY, 19th JANUARY, at 2 o’clock, •PHH WHOLE OF THE ABOVE STOCK, consisting of— PLUG TOBACCO in bn.(c=)-m., H?.v ’lock, Juno. Golden EagK Derby, Ln-.-y Hinton. Gold Bowl, etc., etc. CUT TOBACCO—viz.. Ca’isnin (11 and 2oz tins), Ha.vc.look dj. 2, 40, i tins), Lucy Hinton, Welcome Xu? get, Tortoiseshell, Juno, Golden Eagle. Qbokl, Edgeworth, Imperial Alliance (511) tins), etc., etc. CIGARETTE TOBACCO— Three Cartier. Old Gold, Old Jtide.-*, Winfred. Silk Cut, Canary, Myrtle. Grov?, Pride of Virginia, do., etc. CIGARETTES— Throe Castles, Old Judge, Winfred, Capstan. OUo de Bose, Clarence, Myrtle Grove, Three Witches, Old Gold, State Express, Turkish, etc., etc. CIGARS— Ardnth (Nos. 44 and 66), Antorias, Havanas. Manilas, Dutch, Partagas, Murifts, Cavoiir. etc., etc, THE ’WHOLE WITHOUT’ RESERVE. Catalogues on Application. The Auctioneer desires to intimate that this Sale is of interest to the TRADE ONLY, as the Sote will he put up in trade lines. TUESDAY, 19th JANUARY', At 2 o’clock. ‘ On Premises, Otago Drug Store (late Pettit and Haynes), Princes street (opposite National Bank). SHOP FITTINGS. COUNTERS, SHOWCASES, CASH REGISTER, AND SUNDRIES. PARK, REYNOLDS. LIMITED, are inr.tr icted by Marshalls Proprielary.. Limited, to soli by auction, 13ft cedar counter (fitted with drawers), largo cash register, nickel show case, tall and ii?.t counter eases, floor caec. 2 wall mirrors, cedar wall shelving (with mirror back), end fitting (dispensary) vvilli glass doors, mirror;, etc., cedar shelving, 2 large indiarubher mats, and sundries. These are an exceptionally fine lot of highclass fittings, and uro suitable for chemists specially, but most, of them are just what many other shopkeepers in ether lines can <io with. On view till time of sale. iET Quotations from ‘Evening Star’ I Office for large or email quantities ai ating before placing your Orders.
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