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GREAT AUCTION SALE Of j DRAPERY -AND CLOTHING. ' TyrEssßs flemixg" and hedley j - 1 - - 1 - acting under instruction from th | management of PENROSE'S Drapery Es tablishment, will offer for sale by auction WITHOUT THE SLIGHTEST RIE SERVE, the whole of their New' and Magnificent Stock of Drapery and Clothing on the Premises now occupied by this firm. Thames street, Oamaru. FIRST DAY'S AUCTION SALE, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3rd. SECOND DAY'S AUCTION SALE, ' FRIDAY, DEC. sth. Commencing at 2 o'clock. Other days of auction sales will be advertised as the sale progresses, and will be continued until the whole of the stock is disposed, of. Messrs Fleming and Hedley wish it known that they have accepted the auction sale of this stock on the condition that each item offered must be sold to the highest bidder without the slightest reserve. The goods under offer comprise : Dresses, Silks, Mantles, Jackets, Trimmed Millinery, Corsets, Underclothing, Aprons, Umbrellas, Hosiery, Ribbons, Laces, Habadashery, Quilts, Blankets, Sheetings, Towels, Shirtings, Damasks, Art Muslins, Drills, Flannelettes, Calicoes, Holland Silecias, Forfars, Curtains, Lengths Blue Vicuna", Foxes' Serges, Tweed Lengths, Curtain Ends, Suits, iShirts, Sox, Braces, Pants, Felt Hats, Flannels, Singlets, Linoleums, Carpets, Oilcloth, Carpet Squares,, etc., etc., REMEMBER NO RESERVE. A STRAIGHT OUT CLEARANCE. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD RIGHT OUT. FLEMING AND HEDLEY, PETER WILLL4MS, -■ Auctioneer. * BOUT 77i ACRES SPLENDID LAND L (English Grass and Clover), being Section 58, Block TV, Otepopo District, about 1£ miles from Creamery. The above Property is situate between that of Gideon Rutherford, Esq., and Education Reserve, and on main road from Kakanui to Otepopo. The above Property is for ABSOLUTE SALE, and if desired may be Sold Two Lots. Apply to Matthew Morton, Esq., Kakanui, or to North Otago Farmers' Cooperative Association, Oamaru. J. MAITLAND JONES, Manager.. "A LECTURE FOR LADIES ONLY." T~\R RYDER, who recently gave health lectures in Oamaru, having examined a Sample of Bread sent here by W. SMYTH AND CO., sent that firm the following letter: Star and Garter Hotel, June, 31, 1896. W SMYTH AND CO. Dear Sirs, —I thank you very kindly for the sample of whole Wheatmeal Bread which you sent for inspection. I showed it to the ladies at my lecture yesterday afternoon and congratulated them on being able to obtain bread that is desirable. I take great pleasure in recommending your whole Wheatmeal Bread to all those desiring thoroughly good and nutritious bread. Yours truly, EMILY B. RYDER. P.S.—You are at perfect liberty to publish this. We have nob changed our baker for 20 years. I HEARING will start at WATKAKAHI on TUESDAY MORNING, DecemC. D. FLEMING. TOWN AND SUBURBAN SECTIONS FOR SALE BY AUCTION. IT is hereby Notified that an AUCTION j SALE of the' UNDER-MENTIONED j SECTIONS will be held at the Court- | House, OAMARU, on TUESDAY, 2nd December, 1902, at 11 o'clock a.m. : TOWN OF KUROW:—Block 1,-Sec-tions 3to 8; Block 2, Section 2; Block 3, Sections 3 to 16; Block 4, Sections 3to 5 and li to 18; Block 7, Sections 1, 2 and 5 ; Block 8, Sections 9 and 10; Block 10, Sections 1, 6 and 7; Block 11, Sections 3 to 8, 10 and 11. Areas range from 39 poles to 1 rood 12 poles per section, and the upset price is at the rate of £5 per Quarter Acre. _ , TOWN OF WAITAKI BRIDGE: Sections 10 to 18, Block 3 (grouped); 1 and 3to 11, Block 4 (grouped); 12 to 17, Block 4 (grouped); 1 to 7 and 23 to 29, Block 6 (grouped); Bto 22, Block 6 (grouped) ; 1 to 6 and 18 to 23, Block 7 (grouped) ; 7 to 17, Block 7 (grouped) ; 11 to 21, Block 9 (grouped); 10 to 18, Block 10 (grouped) ; 9 to 11, Block 11 (grouped) ; and' 4to 13, Block 12 (grouped). Areas of groups range from 2 roods 38- poles to 3 acres 3 roods 14 poles, and upset prices from £4 15s lid to £26 17s 3d. One-fifth of the Purchase Money must be paid on fall of the hammer and the balance, together with Crown grant fee (£1), within 30 days.' Sale Plans and full particulars may be obtained from this Office. D. BARRON, Commissioner of Crown Lands. District Lands and Survey Office, Dunedin, 18th November, 1902. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OAMARU. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that at the Election held on the 25th day of November,. 1902, for the return of one qualified person to serve in the House of Representatives, as Member for the above dDistrict, the following was the result of the Poll : Votes. DUNCAN THOMAS 2141 BROWN, JOHN MARSHALL ... 1261 MACPHERSON, JOHN ANDREW 717 CRAWFORD, HENRY BELOE ... 138 I, the undersigned Robert Percy Ward, Returnina: Officer for the said district, therefore'declare the said THOMAS DUNCAN to be duly ELECTED as Member to serve in the House of Representatives for the Eletcoral District of Oamaru, he, the. said Thomas Duncan, having received iii the aggregate at all the polling places/the "ivatcst number of votes. Dated this 28th day of November, 1902. R. P. WARD, Returning Officer.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Oamaru Mail, Volume XXVIII, Issue 8060, 29 November 1902

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