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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7908, 16 May 1889
AUCTIONS. KiUDA"?, 1 7ih MAT. At 11' o'ltiock prechcly. A-t Corner Bush Estate, Mcrton. GREAT UftftJSERVKD CLEARING BALE or Horses, Cattle, Cross-bf«4 Sheep, Pig*. Farming Implements, Bricks, lancing routs, Cut Firewood, Dairy Utensils. Household Furnifcurt", Hay, Straw, Oat Stacks, etc, WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions from MessrsJohn Reid aid Sojw to sell by auction, at Corner Bush Estate, on Friday, 17th May, at 11 o'clock precisely, the Whole of the Live and' L ewl Stock, a3 follows .<— 25 draught an-d lighb-haraeE&hoKe;* 100 head cattle 650 superior cross-bred bi-eediog ewes £OO first - class - twed wethew and maiden ewes 700 first • class cross - bred iarotw, tcjual sexes 8 pure Leicester rams Pigs, farming implements (which comprise everything requisite on a fully equipped farm), dairy utensils, bricks, drain tiles, 400 fencing and 200 straining posts, rabbit traps, large quantity cut firewood (aboirt 540 cords), household furniture, hay, straw, oat stacks, etc. The horses, cattle, and sheep (eroBS-brcds) on. the estate have an excellent reputation, whilst the implements and dairy utensils are of modem makes and in good order. Ihe lambs will be found to be particularly good, having been sold out of the flock this season. Everything wi 1 be sold ab olutely without reserve, the vendor* having leased the estate toMr John Duncan, cf Cherry Farm. Tie sale will be fctarted punctually at 11 o'clock, commencing with the furniture and utensils. N.B.—Train arrangements: Intending buyers from the North should come to Merton by train leaving Palmerston at 625 a.m.; whilst buyers from the South should leave Dunedin by 7.45 a.m. train, booking to Seacliff. Coiner Bush Estate in distant from both stations lees tban four miles. P.P.—ln consequence of the large number of lots belonging to the Messrs Reid, no outside stock will under any consideration be offered at this sale. FRIDAY, 17th MAY, At 2 o'clock. In Rooms, Mans* street. SUP&RIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Pianoforte (by Bord), Harmonium, Sterling Silver and Eleotro-plate, SURVEYORS INSTRUMENTS. JAMES A. PARK AirD CO. are instructed by the Proprietor (who has given up housekeeping) to sell by auction, on Friday, Bord piano, harmonium, suite in rep, Brussels and tapestry carpets, mahogany bookcase, office table, overmantel, gilt eonsul table and mirror, hat and umb ella stands, couch and easy chairs, Austrian chairs, silver plate, pictures, bedstead and bedding, chest of drawers, toilet glasses, perambulator, lawn mower, garden roller, sundjy goods; also, Troughton and Sims's levels, pocket compass, levelling staffs, etc., etc. Without reserve. SATURDAY. 18rh MAY, At 2 o'clock. In Rooms. Manse street. FIFTY MEN'S TWEED SUITS, THIRTY PIECES TWEEDS. AMES A. PARK AND CO tf are instructed to sell by auction, on Saturday, 18*h May, 50 men's tweed suiis, and 30 pieces tweeds; Overcoats and sundries. Without reserve, FRIDAY, 17th MAY, At 2 o'clock. To Grocers, Storekeepers, and Others. UNRESERVED SALE BY AUCTION. JAMES SAMSON AND CO., favored with instructions, will sell by public auction, on. the Premises, Roval Arcade Grocery Emporium, South Dunedin, The Stock-in-Trade, constting of— Groceries, oilmen's stores, three scales and weights, weighing machine, 2 hones and carta, harness, saddles, and bridles. The stock is new and fresh, the horses staunch, and the carts and harness in good condition. Terms at sale. SATURDAY. 18th MAY, At 2 o'clock. "AMES SAM SON AND CO. r_r have received instructions from the Owner to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Hi? Furniture, Piano, etc., including— Piano by Bord. dining room suite in haircloth, parlor suite in tapestry (red pine frames), oval inlaid walnut table, red pine chest of drawers, cheffonier, dining room table, Vienna chairs, overmantel, carpets, hearthrug, fenders and irons, whatnot, iron and wood bedsteads, spring mattress, bedding, duchesse drawers and glass, wardrobe, toilet chest drawers, mahogany washstand (marble top), ware, dressing tables, glasses, kitchen sofas, tables, chain, kitchen and cooking utensils. Also, Circular cedar counter and large staircase, Etc., etc., etc.
FRIDAY. 17th MAY, 1889, At 2 o'clock. FREEHOLD PROPERTY, In Rattray street. ,HE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITKD, have received instructions from the Mortgagee to offer by publio auction, at tbeir Rooms. Rattray street, on Friday, the 17th inst,, at 2 o'clock, All that parcel of land containing 33 poles, more nr less, being part of Section numbered 49, Block XII., on tl of the Town of XXuziedin. iogethe Four Homes erected thereon. This property has a frontage of 75 links to Rattrav stree*, is within 3 minutes' >ra 1 k of the centre of the town, and the tramß pass the door, Ako, at the same time and place, All that parcel of land situate in the Green Island West District, containiog 1 rood, more or less, being part of Section 27 on the map of the said district. On this property, which has a frontage to the Main South road, there is erected a Brick Dwelling House of Four Rooms. Title aider the Land Transfer Act. For part'culars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. TUESDAY. 21st MAY, At 2 o'clock. [WE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, I AND AGENOY COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND, Ltd., have received instructions to sell by public auction, at their Rooms, Rattray street, on Tuesday, 21st inst., at 2 o'clock, All that parcel of land, containing 1 rood and 31 poles (more or less), being nart of sections 11,12 16,17, block XXV.. DunediD, together with the 7-roomed dwelling-house thereon. This property has a frontage, of 116 links to Queen street, and has been in the occupation of the late Mrs Gillies for many years. For particulars and plans apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. SATURDAY, 18th MAV, 1889, At 12 .Vclock For Positive Sale. FREEHOLn PRnpRRTY AND RRSIDENCB, St. KikU. That desirable property, being section* 1 and 2, block XII., St. Kalda, at the corner of Larkworthy aid Valpy streets, having frontaees of 100 ft and 90ft jespectively, with fubstantiallybuilt four-roomed cottage, pantry, scullery, and outhouses thereon (until lately occupied by Mr T. Tomlinson), close to the trams and beach. 0. REYNOLDS AND no, are inßtruoted by Mrs M. E. Hogg (who is leaving New Zealand) to offer the above by auction on Saturday, 18th May, at 12 o'clock. Terms easy. For further partdoulars apply to the Auctioneer!,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7908, 16 May 1889
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