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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7915, 24 May 1889
AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 25th MAY, At 2 o'clock. H rent, In the Upstairs Rooms. EN R Y LA EH IS will sell by auction, under distraint for 'Wardrobe, chest of drawers, tables, chairs, washhsnd stands and ware, cretonne conch, colonial sofa, iron bedsteads, spring mattress, perambulator, sewing machine, pictures, horsehair suite, store, ■ linoleum, kitchen utensils, crockery. Also, € oilskin coats, 3 dozen shears, and 26 pairs boots. SATURDAY, 25th MAY, At 2 o’clock. C JOHNS AND 00. • will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Rattray street, Bedsteads, chests of drawers, carpet, mantel mirror, iron and wood cots, suite in leather, dining table, 100 table, cane chairs, couch and colonial sofa, wardrobe, lamps, saucepans, crockery, etc., etc. And at 6.30: 400 pairs boots (all sizes), drapery, crockery, glassware, etc., etc, SATURDAY, 25th MAY, At one o’clock, UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, From Golds ton’s Pawn Office, George street. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mr Samuel Goldston to sell by auction, at their Rooms, The following Unredeemed Pledges 1884.—May 13th, 8414, g.o.f, geneva. June 27th, 8777, chain. 1885.—December 16th, 13748, earrings. 1886.—January 30th, 366, s.h. lever. March 4tb, 769, 2 spoons, ring, and earrings. August 14th, 2735, s.h, lever. September 21st, 3155, chain. December 30th, 4209, albert. 1887.—March Bth, 4879, locket; 12tb, 4909, locket; 19th, 4957, necklet and locket. April 14th, 5178, brooch. May 14th, 54C4, earrings; 19th, 5516, wedding ring; 20th, 5531, brooch and earrings. June 25th, 5901, s.h. lever. July 2nd, 5966, s.h. lever; 26th, 6224, ring. August 19th, 6499, earrings. October Ist, 6878, wedding ring; 31st, 7172, necklet and locket. November 6th, 7219, shawl; 23rd, 7393, wedding ring; 25tb, 7416, 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; 29tb, 8586, s.h, lever; 31st, 8598, s.b. geneva. April 4th, 8638, b, bracelet; sth, 8652, necklet and locket: 18th, 8782, &hj, geneva and albert: 24th, 8866, ring; 30th, 8920, chain. May 3rd, 8959, s.h. lever; May 6th, 8985, s.o.f. watch; 9th, 9020, clock; 11th, 9033, g.h, geneva; 14th, 9054, ting; 16th, 9092, s.h. lever; 9094, brooch; 22nd, 9144, s.h. Waltham; 23rd, 9159, s.h. lever; 29th, 9219, s.h. geneva and 2> alberta. June Bth, 9316, s.o.f. lever; lltb, 9342, coat and shoes; 13th, 9360, s.h. lever; 14tb, 9385, s.h. lever and albert; 15th, 9388, s.h. lever; 21st, 9448, coat and vest; 9454, ulster; 23rd, 9468, s.o.f. geneva; 25th, 9483, s.h. geneva and albert. July 2nd, 9556, s.h. lever; sth, 9584, s.h. lever and albert; 11th, 9640, dress; 14tb, 9666, overcoat; 9670, cloth; 9679, p, albert; 23rd, 9769, s.h. lever and albert. 9773, wedding ring and keeper. August 2nd, 9868, s.b. geneva and albert; 3rd, 9884, shawl; 9886, connterpane; Bth, 9951, wedding ring; 13th, 9994, flannel and drawers; 18th, 55, s.o.f. lever and albert; 67, ttousers 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, 363, shawl; 22nd, 416, i albert; 423, ring; 27th, 490, Waltham; 492, g.o.f. geneva. October 2nd, 544, s.b, lever and albert; 3rd, 557, coat and vest; 6th, 609, coat and vest; lltb, 650, brooch; 654, watch, brooch, and studs; 659, gold hunting watch ; 13th, 678, sorewjack ; 17th, 731, ring; 20th, 760, dress and bracelets ; 778, ring; 23rd, 786, dress; 26th, 8?6, ring; 27th,' 819, counterpane. November 2nd, 881, blankets; 3rd. 89L tray; ISfch, 985. blanket; 16th, 1000. two alberta ; mb, 1018, waterproof; 20th, 1035, albert; 21st, 1047, clarionet; 23rd, 1065, aceordion 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 b« advertised, including Blankets, bedlinen, cutlery, tools, guns, napery, musical instruments, books, drapery and clothing. Etc., etc., etc. MONDAY, 27th MAY, At 12 o’clock. To Investors, Speculators, and Others. Rare opportunity. FOUR DWELLING-HOUSES AND SHOP. WITH FIVE ALLOTMENTS, Main road, Sonth Dunedin. By order of the Official Assignee. JAMES A. PARK AND 00. have received instructions from the Official Assignee in Bankruptcy to offer for sale by auction, at their Booms, Mango street, on Monday, 27tb May, at 12 o’clock, The nnexpired term of lease of allotments 5* 13,14,19, and 29, South Dunedin, together with the shop and dwelling, two neat cottages, and three-roomed house thereon; all in good repair. Also, Vacant allotments 3, 4, 21, and 22, same block. In the Estate of John Gray, butcher. For full particulars, terms, etc., apply to THE AUCTIONEERS; Or to HERBERT WEBB, Solicitor, Dunedin. MONDAY, 27th MAY, At 12 o’clock. By Order of the Mortgagee. FREEHOLD AND COTTAGE, ABBOTSHILL. JAMES A. PARK AND 00. are instructed by the mortgagee to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on above date. Allotment 31, block L, town* ship of Abbotshill, together with the cottage and other buildings thereon. For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS, Or to SMITH, CHAPMAN, SINCLAIR, AND WHITE, Solicitors, Donedin. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. VALUABLE BLOCK SUBURBAN LAND. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE. AND AGENCY COMPANY OF JUBVf ZEALAND, LIMITED, will sell on an early date, 80 acres. Part of M'Glashan’s Woodhangh Estate, suitable for holding for further rise, or for Dairying, or other purposes. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. V. B. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY, 24th MAY. DUNEDIN RACES, 24th AND 26th MAY. FRIDAY, 24th MAY. THE 4 p.m. train from Dunedin to Palmer'' ston will not ran. A train will leave Dunedin for Palmerston and intermediate stations at 5.15 p,m. The 3.15 p,m. North train from Dunedin will stop at any station where required north of Upper Port Chalmers to allow passengers to alight. A train will leave Dunedin for Port Ohalmera at 11.15 p.m., returning from Port Chalmers at 11.55 p.m. A train will leave Dunedin for Balclntha and intermediate stations at 11,16 p.m. SATURDAY, 25th MAY. The 3.15 p.m, North train from Dunedin will stop at any station where required north of Fort Chalmers to allow passengers to The 4 p.m. train from Dunedin will not ran. A train will leave • Dunedin foi intermediate stations at 6.1& p.m On 24th and 25th May trains wj Dunedin and Forbury every 25 U.3Qa.m. to&iop.m. By order.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7915, 24 May 1889
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