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AUCTIONS. THIS MORNING AT ROOMS. HA'RLEY AND CO.. LTD. will sell on account shippers : — 40 SACKS SWEDES. 43 SACKS POTATOES. 10 BAGS MAIZE. , 20 SACKS OATS. 11 SACKS POLLARD . HARLEY AiND CO., LTD, Auctioneers. ENTERTAINMENTS. /"VPERA HOUSE, GREYMOUTH. TO-NIGHT— TUESDAY. POLLARD'S PICTURES. LAST NIGHT OF DICKENS "A TALE OF TWO CITIES." WITH >NEW PROGRAMME. LAST DISPLAY THIS WEEK. HOCKEY! HOCKEY! THCTORIA PARK— WEDNESDAY. WsST COAST V. BULLER Bully-off 3 p.m. Admission Is M. KEATING, lioin. Sec. /\PERA HiOUSE, GkEXMOUTII Lessee TOM POLLAKD Sub-Lessee " ! ALF LINLEY. — Direction o.r — GEORGE STEPHENSON. An Innovation in Amusement Enterprise. SEASON of FOUR NIGHTS ONLY. Cammencinti. WEDNESDAY NEXT WEDNESDAY JULY 19 Coming in Regal Splendour \ GEORGE STEPHENSON'S MUSICAL COSTUME- COMEDY COMPANY. Specially Selected Artsist TIHE \X7ANDERERS HE YY ANDERERS Merit arid Refinement. THE VERY LATEST ENGLISH SENSATION. . The Programme embracing the besit elements of Music, Son?, Story, Sketches, Dances, Monologue InstrumentaJism. A NIAGARA FALL OF NOVELTIES REFINED, ELEGANT, BRILLIANT People'? Popular Prices: 3s, 2s, Is. No Early Doors. NO Booking Fee. Box Plan at Kilcrour's, stationers. JAMES MpRGAN. Touring Mann.*ro7. PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE. PUBLIC and Registered Accountants of tho Marlborough. Nelson and Westland district arc reminded that NOMINATIONS for one member of the Council of . tho New Zealand Society of Accountants close with the Secretary on 20th JULY, 1911. . ' ERNEST W. HUNT. Secretary, 158 Featherston St., Wellington. THE Officers and Members of- the Lodge Mawhera, and Lodge Greymouth are requested to a'tcrci the funeral of their late BRO JOHN BEVAN,* District Grand Master of Westland, at Hokitiika. Train will leave Greymouth at 7.50 THIS (Tuesday) MORNING. R. H. RICHMOND, W.M G. R. COTTLE, W.M. The officers and Members of the Lodge Greymouth are requested to note that the Ceremony of installation is ADJOURNED till WEDNFSDAY EVENNG, July 26th, at the usual time and place. G. R. COTTLE, W.M, NANCARROW AND COY. AUCTIONEERS,. HOUSE, LAND, ES i A'i ii. anu brilPl'JLNb- i-idi^N i b — r're^iioid i^uarcur-aoc jl.iU.lN with nme-ixwuiL'd vma Aesiaence, i^owpex _ i>; every convenience ; £250 cabli, balance inor..gage 6 P er cent. £(j(jU — FjvEjcJLl-ULD Uaioio KO-al, tour acres witn" cununoU-ous e^gniroomed! JjWLi-L.UNG kuowu as "Joyce' s," Exceptionally easy terms. ,„..., £15U.— Two Freehold SEC 110^ S, each .32 perches, f aciny uiiiin s:reets, Cobden; splendid situation on terrace. £150— SECTION, one acre, South Beach Road; godd iron-rage-; fenced; suitable for poultry farm - , err' £225 and upwards — Several bt.v,TIONS, Preston Road, with six-roomed Houses erected thereon; good yards, outhouses, etc; small deposit only required. £160— Freehold SECTION. 32 perches, Marlborough Street; clear ed ready for ; ideal site Freehold SECTION, Shakespeare Street ; area 32 perches ; . well drained. £IGO and upwards — Five ideal Building SECTIONS, freehold, 32 perches, gcod frontage, run- . mng back to Sawyer's Creek; formerly occupied by Chinese gardeners. £75.— Leasehold- SECTION; Mil:on "Road ; rental £1 per vcar ; lease 42 years. Road to be constructed immediately wjII double present value.. £320 — Blaketown, v five-roonved COTjIAGE ; every conven.ence ; washhouse, etc; close to town. £425.— Tw0 COTTAGES, €hapel St., at present let to good tenants, bringing in 25s per week Splendid investment. Two mm utes from Post Office. £500.— Freehold SECTION, quarfracre, Cowper Street; easily the best section on the market at present. AGENTS FOR LETTING— Houses, Shops, Farms, etc. We have an unsatisfied demand for ' PROPERTIES to RENT. .. £6250.— We have £6250 TO LEND on approved • Freehold and Leasehold securities. mflE C< HIP TNN JLhe Ohip Jln'n J. S. 8ART0N...... ..Proprietor. ' (Late of Hereford, Chris* church) MR BARTON takes this opportunity of announcing- that he has taken over the 'above hotel ?nd trusts by strict attention to business to warrant support None but the BEST Wines, Beers, and Spirits Stocked.. Personal Supervision. A Trial Solicited A Trial Solicited.

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