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AUCTIONS. JOHN INGRAM. QXFORD FORTNIGHTLY SALE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th. PRESENT ENTRIES comprise— 200 Prime Freezers 150 „ 103 „ 50 „ 150 „ 60 ~ aOO Two tooths crossbred* 100 Merino Wethers in forward condition 150 Hcgtrels 2»3 100 Merino Ewes in lamb 50 Fat Sheep 60 „ 60 Crossbred ewes with lambi at foot 30 Merino Ewes 400 Bushels Orass Seed Quantity of Farming Implements and Harness Oats, Chickwheat 31 Acres of Land. JOHN INGRAM, 5345 Auctioneer. 3-1 ACRE FARM FOR SALE, BY AUCTION, o>THURSDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER, In the Oxford Saleroom, OXFORD, on account of whom it may concern. JOHN INGRAM will submit to PUBLIC AUCTION on the above date, the FARM lately occupied by MR JOHN DOIDGE. The Land is very rich, ha« a e-ood DWELLINGHOUSE and Outbuildings thereon, and situated within a mile and a half of the Oxford Creamery. Land Transfer Title. The property will be offered immediately after the Sale of Live Stock. JOHN INGRAM, 5176 Auctioneer. OXFORD SPRING CATTLE SALE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER Ist. PRESENT ENTRIES COMPRISE--500 HEAD FAT AND s ' rORE CATTLE. Further Entries Solicited. Tlie Entries for the past Spring and Autumn Sales exceeded 1000 HEAD EACH SALE. JOHN INGRAM, 5175 Auctioneer. THE N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE s AGENCY CO., LIMITED. ADDINGTON YARDS. THIS DAY. TTT E SHALL SELLAAA FAT SHEEP NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED. E. G. STAVELEY, Manager. 5374 C. E. CALCUTT, Auctioneer. TONKS, NORTON AND CO. W. Toxks.] [W. 11. 2-To*rrox. THIS DAY. AUCTION SALE. • FURNITURE and EFFECTS, BOOTS, &c. "jnHE Undersigned will hold a LARGE SALE al X. their Rooms TO-DAY, commencing at one o'clock. The Lots comprise— Drawing-room, dining-room, and bedroom furni ture of all descriptions ; also, kitchen utensils in great variety ;* also, portable boiler, kitchen dresser, 2 lawn mowers, bicycle, Sec, and 70 Pairs Boots, the stock of a country storekeeper. TONKS, NORTON and CO., 5360 Auctioneers, Sea., 165 Colombo street. BOWMAN AND SON. Bowman a:cd Sos.) [Bowmax asd Sox. THIS DAY.—Commencing at 1 o'clock. PIANO, FURNITURE, kc. MESSRS BOWMAN and SON bave received instructions from a lady leaving for Auckland, TO SELL at their Rooms, 200-206 Hereford street, The whole of her HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Comprising German piano, suite in tapestry Brussels carpet 12 x 9, brass rail fender, iil-e brasses, pictures, lamps, vases, brackets, ornaments, books, whatnot, chelfonicr plate glasback, 2 easy chairs, couch to match, 2 V.P rooker chairs, hearthrug, skin rug, wool mats, curtains, pole, suite in horsehair, dining table, fender and irons, couch in cretonne, carpet, Kidder, Austrian chairs, E.P. cruet, cutlery, hall table, double and single iron bedsteads, spring mattresses, wire wove mattresses, shakedowns, all necessary bedding, Duchesse chests, Duchesse dressing. table, marble top washstand, tile hack do, ware, toilet glass marble slab, toilet glasses, chests drawers, chetronicr, cupboard, bedroom chairs, 6 stuffed chairs, matting, dressing table.', kitchen furniture ami utensils, crockery, garden implements, handcart, Sec Absolutely No Reserve. BOWMAN and SON, 5361 Auctioneers. FREDK. JAMESON. CLEARING SALE. MR FREDK. JAMESON has received instructions from Mr A. T. Body, who has disposed of a portion of his Farm in consequence of ill health, to SELL, At his HOMESTEAD, KILLINCHY, ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 17th, 1896, The following surplus LIVE AND DEAD STOCK: I SPRINGER "j DRAUGHT GELDING 1 LIGHT HARNESS 31 ARE "j HACKNEY SADDLE and BRIDLF. -| FARM DRAY, SPRING TRAP and HORSE *■ HOE "I S.F. PLOUGH 0 SETS HARROWS and TREES 1 CHAFFCUTTER and CORN CRUSHER ' -J ROLLER and PORTABLE WHARE I REAPER and BINDER CLOVER, GRASS and MANGOLD SEED 1 A TONS PRIME HAY -J A TONS MANGOLDS 20Q BUSHELS TUSCAN WnEAT K A BUSHELS SECONDS WHEAT And a large quantity of Sundries Sale at 1 o'clock sharp. FREDK. JAMESON, 5417 Auctioneer. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. GROSVENOR HOUSE—Private Board and Resi dence. Terms moderate. 56 Gloucester street near Latimer square. • /CAITHNESS."—EIen street, Auckland, late H_y Dr. Kenderdine's residence, opposite Supreme Court. Vacancies for Ladies and Gentlemen. Hot tnd cold baths. Terms moderate. MRS G. CARTER, . Proprietress. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. HANDSOMELY - FURNISHED Apartments foi Ladies and Gentlemen. MRS SAWTELL. Sherwood, 72 Cashel street E. Telephone 703. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. "OIVERTON HOUSE 269 CASHEL STREET WEST, CHRISTCHURCH. MRS C. BLANCHARD. HOTELS. ARTHUR R. V. LODDER, FIREPROOF CITY BUFFET HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, 59 LAMBTON QUAY. WELLINGTON. TMPORTER of the BEST WINES aud SPIRITS. Superior accomnnviation for families. Private sitting-rooms. Private dining-rooms for ladies and families. Hot, cold, and shower baths. Night porter in attendance. Electric light. Every attention given for the comfort of the travelling public, personally supervised by the Proprietor. TERM- HOD-SAX*.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Press, Volume LIII, Issue 9517, 9 September 1896

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