AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 22nd MAY, At half-past 2 o’clock 150 Cases WHITE STARCH. To Land ox Steamer. Dm. spb dd i no • will sell as above, at his Rooms, on Wednesday, At half-past 2 o’clock. WEDNESDAY. 22nd MAY. At 10 o’clock. At Burnside Yards, EXTRA PRIME GRAIN-FED BACON PIGS, RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND 00. V? will sell by auction, at above time and place, 120 extra prime grain-fed bacon pigs, from Temuka and Geraldine. These pigs will be foucd to be the best lot of pigs that has been forward this season. WEDNESDAY, 22nd MAY, At 12 o’clock. Burnside Yards. STORE SHEEP. Donald re id and co. will sell, as above, i On account New Zealand Agency Company: 120 extra prime fat ewes. On account Mr Thos. Mitchell: 140 prime merino wethers. On account Mr Lindsay: 160 store lambs 80 store ewe?. No reserve. WEDNESDAY, 22nd MAY, At 2 o’clock. Unreserved Sale SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Walnut piano (by Franohe), large gilt pier glass, walnut marble-top oßeffonier, kauri cheffonier, Japanese 7-shelf whatnot, bookcase, r.p. book shelves, 4-fold Japanese screen, Austrian cane chairs, 100 tables, occasional tables, dinner waggon, music whatnot, h.h. dining, chairs, mahogany h.h. dining-room suite, red pine and morocco dining • room suite, dining table, small billiard table, double and smgle iron bedsteads, palliasses and mattress, bolster, and pillows, bedroom chairs, child’s cot and perambulator, r.p. tile-back washstand and duchesse toilet table ; full - Scotch, balf-Scotob, and 4-drawer chests, washstands and ware, towel tails, wardrobes, fenders and irons, sofa, kitchen tables and chairs, Etc., etc., etc. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • have received instructions to sell tha above by auction, at their Booms, High street, on Wednesday, 22nd May, at 2 o’clock. Now on view. WEDNESDAY, 22nd MAY, at 2 o’clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Em, Era On the Premises, Moray place. J CAMPBELL AND 00, • have been instructed to sell by anctionFurniture, including bedsteads and bedding, tables, chairs, kitchen and cooking utensils, carpets; also a quantity of ladies’ and men’f clothing too nnmerons to mention. TO-MORROW EVENING, at 6 o’clock. In Rooms, S9 George street. Continuation of Sale of Men’s, Ladies’, Youths’, and Children's Clothing of every description. J CAMPBELL AND CO. • have been instructed to sell, by auction, The balance of above goods. Without reserve. H auction. WEDNESDAY, 22nd MAY, At 11 o’clock, BNRY LARNE! has received instructions to sell b; 30 cases Assorted Apples. Without reserve. THURSDAY, 23rd MAY, At 2 o’clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, Etc, JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Parlor and dining room suites (in horsehair, leather, and silk), tapestry, walnut oval table, ladies’ walnut work table, Brussels carpets, fender, fireirons, hj. rug, Vienna chairs, piano (walnut frame), piano stool, music canterbury, walnut cheffonier, glass doors and back (marble top), folding chairs, overmantel, black-and-goM pier glass, marble timepiece, lever clock, 2 largo pictures (gilt frames, representing Jerusalem before and after the fall), mahogany dining table (extending to lift), sideboard, whatdouble and single iron bedsteads, spring mattresses, hair and flock ditto, bedroom carpets, red pine chest of draweis, marble top washstands, red pine ditto and dressing tables, kitchen furniture, cooking and laundry necessaries, cutlery, china, and glassware, portable copper boiler, Etc., etc., etc. SATURDAY, 25th MAT, At one o’clock. UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, From Goldston’s Fawn Office, George street. JAMBS SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions from Mr Samuel Gold stem to sell by auction, at their Booms, The following Unredeemed Pledges ; 1884.—May 13th, 8414, g.o.f, geneva, Juno 27th, 8777. chain. 1886.—December 16tb, 13748, earrings. 1886.—January 30th, 366, s.h. lever. March 4th, 769, 2 spoons, ring, and earrings. August 14tb, 2735, s.h. lever. September 21st, 3155, chain. December 30th, 4209, albert. 1887.—March Bth, 4879, locket; 12tb, 4909, locket; 19th, 4917, necklet and locket, April 14th, 5178. brooch. May 14th, 5464, earrings; 19th, 5516, yedding ring; 2Hb, 5531, brooch and earrings. June 25tb, 5901, s.h. lever, July 2nd, 5966, s.b. lever; 26tb, 6224, ring. August 19th, 6499, earrings. October Ist, 6878, wedding ring; 31st, 7172, necklet and looket. November sth, 7219, shawl; 23rd, 7398, wedding ring; 25th. 7415, necklet and locket. December 23rd, 7664, bracelet: 31st, 7750, albert. 1888.—February 3rd, 8059, s. bracelet; 6th, 8084, s.o.f. geneva; 18th, 8193, bag and contents. March 3rd, 8335, set; 17th, 8471, locket; 19th, 8492, ring; 21st, 8517, ring; 24th, 8552, coin; 28th, 8576, keeper; 29th, 8586, s.h. lever; Slat, 8598, s.h. geneva. April 4th, 8688, s. bracelet: stb, 8652, necklet and locket; 18th, 8782, s.h. geneva and albert; 24tb, 8866, ring; 30th, 8920, chain. May 3rd, 8959, s.h. lever; May sth, 8985, s.o.f. watch ; 9th, 9020, clock; 11th, 9033. g.b, geneva; 14th, 9054, ring; 16th, 9092, s.b, lever; 9094, brooch; 22nd, 9144, s.b, Waltham; 23rd, 9169, s.h. lever; 29th, 9219, s.h. geneva and 2 alberte, June Bth, 9316, s.o.f. lever; lltb, 9343, coat and shoes; 13 th, 9360, ah. lever ; lltb, 9385, s.b, lever and albert; 15th r 9388, ah. lever; 21st, 9448, coat and vest: 9454, ulster; 23rd, 9468, s.o.f. geneva; 25tb, 9483, s.h. geneva and albert. July 2nd, 9556, s.h. lever; sth, 9384, s.h. lever and albert; 11th, 9640, dress; 14th 9666, overcoat; 9670, cloth; 9679, r, albert: 23rd, 9769, s.h. lever and albert. 9773, wedding ring and keeper. August 2nd, 9868, s.h. geneva and albert; 3rd, 9884, shawl; 9886, counterpane; Bth, 9951, wedding ring; 13tb, 9994, flannet and drawers; 18th, 55, s.o.f. lever and albert; 67, trousers and vest; 20th. 73, overcoat; 22nd, 101, s.o.f. lever and albert; 23rd, 121, sewing machine. September Btb, 298, rug, ring, watch, and cross; 17th, 368, shawl; 22nd, 416, albert; 423, ring; 27th, 490, Waltham; 492, g.o.f. geneva. October 2nd, 544, s.h. lever and albert; 3rd, 557, coat and vest; 6th, 609, coat and vest; 11th, 650, brooch; 654, watch, brooch, and studs; 659, gold hunting watch ; 18th, 678, sorewjack ; 17th, 731, ring; 20th,. 760, dress and bracelets ; 778, ring; 23rd, 786, dress; 26tb, B’6, ring; 27th, 819, counterpane, November 2nd, 881, blankets; 3rd, 89L tray; Idtb, 985, blanket; I6th, 1000, two alberts; 17th, 1018, waterproof; 20th, 1035. albert; 21st, 1047, clarionet; 23rd, 1066, accordion and concertina, December 4tb. 1158, suit. 1889.—January 7th, 1490, underclothing; lltb, 1528, dress and shawl; 23rd, 1654, counterpane and nightdress; 26th, 1696, suit, February 4th, 1770, cape and boots: Bth. 1838, cloth; 1839, stuff. * Also, about 300 lots that do not require to bo advertised, including bedlinen, cutlery, tools, guns, napery, musical instruments, books, drapery and clothing. Etc., etc., etc.
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