Auctions L\nd m tho Wcale 60M Bu'Vty District. MR T. BULLOCK has reo?lvod infttruotiona from Mr H.Fuuhmann to soil by Publlo Auotion at il.o ArcirJe >m S&TT7KDAY. DFOEMUER 16m, It. B. 'a 29187, 23188, 32(503, c nuinlnp about 244 Aorre, emitted n>-at the Weetertidd Kwlway Station, Mtiunt Homers Ll>i<*. Tho owner ha* inado up ha mind t" aaorifico thiaPropcrty. Terms of p ymont at aalo. Silo At 12.30 T. BULLOCK, 12£7 Auotl neer. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10ra Desirable Su 1 urbin Propnriy wall aitua'ed on tho Alford Forest Bod For Sal.-. Alao H>usohold Farnltore and Fffcots and Town Property. MR T. BULLOOK haa received iuatruotlmis from tho Exaoutrjx of the late 0. 0. Fooxa to soil by Publio Auction on MONDAY, DECEMBER 10th, On tho Premises, Alford Forest lto*d, tho wholo of tha Hoaeohold FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising.— DKAWING-EOOitf. Piano, by Emll Aeoborbori?, Dr sflcn» Rulto m Greon Rep, Oarpet, Wool MalSi Pioturee, M:rblo Olockj Oiinterbnry. What-Nor. Fender and I'iro Ironc. Coal Bouttle, Fot-MO^ls, Brackots, Vaeeß, Ornaments, Oocaaional Tablts, Plaques, Curtain Polea and UInRP,Ao. DININoSIOOM. Book O^ae and B^oks. Couch, Chtira, Easy Chairs, Oil Cloth, Pioturea, Gasogene, Lamp Glaanea, To» »eivloe, Fender and Fire IroDe, &o. BEDROOM. Double Wooden Beduteada, Half Tester, Spring Mattrvts-.'s, B'ankota and Bod Linen, Marble T<p Wa^hfUand, Drcajlng Tabh'B, LookioK Giuafos. Wardrobe, Ohist Drawin, drpo 1 . Ohftlrs, Pictures.. Plequca KITCHEN. Tables, Onnim, OH Olotb. Orookory Outlory, and Dairy Utpnaila, &o. OUTSIDF. Sio^'e Seated BUGGY In Rood ordet Sot Buggy IIARNKS3 Grey .JELDING Roan Ma RE, <iood Lidy's Hack Biaok Trap MARE Chestnut COLT, 4 years old Saddle and Bridle 4 Miloh Oowa, 2 head young Rtook, I Heavy Garden Holler, Lawn Mower, Tentila Nets, Garden and Stable Took, Sundries, &o Ac Amo,— The Private Realdenop, bßfnc; lots 32 and 93, fronting the Alford Foreit Koad, oontalalng about 1 aore, on which la oreotod a comfortable Dwolllng House of 6 rooms, Scullery, Wash houae. Stable Coach. hou?o with man's room attached. The grounds are tastefully laid out and planted with a number of ornamontal abrnb", etc , surrounded by well-grown foreat trees and tha garden well stocked with fruit troee, etc. Lota 34, 35, 36, 37, 38 and 39, containing abon*: 2£ aorea, also fronting the Alford Forest Road and adjoiulng the above, ' This property is well situated, fronting the main thoroughfare, high, dry and healthy locality. At same time and pace T.S. 1091, 1092, oorner of Wills and Park Streets, near tha Domain aud not for from the Hallway Station, on whloh Is erected a well built s~roomed house with all oonveiiiecoea. Inveators and peraona desirous of pnrohaaing are invited to intpeot these properties. Torms at Salo. Sole at 12 o'o'ock. ~T. BULLOOK, 11J24 Auctioneer. FIRE ! ! _FIEE ! ! I THURSDAY, 6th DECEMBER, 12 o'olook sharp. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions to Sell by Publio Auction at his Rooms, KQ 0 AROASES Kft FINEST MUTTON, FBOM THE 1 Belfast Freezing Works, Absolutely Without Reserve. ALFrIF HARRISON, 12J26 Auotionoor. ! WEDNESDAY, 115 th DEC, 1888 [ AT. EAST STREET AUOTION ROOMS. At 11 o'olook sharp, : Christmas & New Year Presents. 1 O1 Oases JAPANFBB.MANU-.01 i Ol FAOTURES. Ol ° IV/r BBSUS FRIEDLANDER BROS. iyjL have / received lnatruotlona from the Direotor of the Museum of Arts and o Manufactures, Japan, to arrange the r, above for Sale by Publio Auction at the c above time and plaoe. Q1 Oases JAPANESE GOODS Q1 )r Ol Without Reserve. 01 it >d Attention is requested to this speola d consignment of Japanese Art Objects whloh will be found Interesting aud In B structure, id Among the collect ion thero are speoi mens of tho various Industries of that f« off country, embracing tramples o l's ANTIQUE WARM of quaint and ourlon ie, forms, also modern prodnotlons romark At R ble for their beautiful and rlo deojratlona. - The Direotor of the Museum of Art an Manufactures, In selecting theae g»odi - has done so with great oare, having bee oautious to send none but the bu produced m eeoh olaes represented, tfa 0( j requirements of this oommunlty beln carefully considered. Tho rise m the price of grain hi _ obeered the hearts of every Individual 1 ID this community. Now is the time I brighten your households with a seleotlo of these articles, which while formln ibs artlatlo embellishments have the nnasui ell merit of being useful In every hoosehoh h- Goods on view two d«ys before tho sal morning and evening. FRIEDLANDER BROS., - PflTflß WILJUAMS, UUie AtktioH«er« i
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