AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 27th MAY, 1889, At 11 o'clock sharp. At Provincial Yards. r BIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. ' ' have received instructions to sell by auction at above time and place, Chestnut mare Apres Moi, 4 yra old, by Apremont—Red Rose. For positive sale. MONDAY, 27th MAY, 1889, At 11 o'clock sharp. At Provincial Yards. FIRST-CLASS HACKS AND LIGHTHARNESS HORSES. Also, HURDLE-RACER DUNLUCB. RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND 00. t f have received instructions from Mr Geo. Reid, Milton, to sell by auction, at above time and place. Pair first-class, well-matched buggy horses, 5 and 6 yews old 2 first diss hdies' backs. On account ef Mr A. Smith : The well-known hutdle-racer Dunluoe, by Duntroon. On account of another vendor: 6 firat-c'ass hacks and light-harness horses. MONDAY, 27th MAY, At 12 o'clock. To Investors, Speculators, and Others. Rare opportunity. FOUR DWELLING-HOUSES AND SHOP. WITH FIVE ALLOTMENTS, Main road, South Dunedin. By order of the Official Assignee. I instructions from the Oflacial Assignee in Bankruptcy to offer for sale Monday, 27th May, at 12 o'clock, The unexpired term of lease of allotments 5,13,14,19, and 20, South Dunedin, together with the shop and dwelling, two neat cottages, and three-roomed house thereon; all in good repair. Aiso, Vacant allotments 3, 4, 21, and 22, same block. In the Estate of John Gray, butcher. Or to HERBERT WEBB, Solicitor, Dunedin. MONDAY, 27th MAY, At 12 o'clock. By Order of the Mortgagee. JREEHOLD AND COTTAGE, ABBOTSHILL. JAMES A. PARK AN.D 00. are instructed by the mortgagee to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on above date. Allotment 31, block 1., township of Abbotshill, together with the cottage and other buildings thereon. For further part'culars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS, Or to SMITH, CHAPMAN, SINCLAIR, AND WHITE, Solicitors, Dunedin. FUDAY, 31st MAY, At 2 o'clock. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL UNBE SERVED SALE OF NATIVE AND FOREIGN FURS In Sealskin Cloaks, Mantles Carriage and Railway Rugs Boas, Muffs, and Sets Sealskin Handbags Overcoats and Jackets Tea Cosies, Smoking Caps All of the most Modern Styles and Shapes. The manufacture of Mr S. R. CLARK, Gold Medallist at the late Geelong Exhibition, and First Prize-taker at Canada, Amsterdam, and London Exhibitions. JAMES A. PARK AND CO. have Instructions from Mr S. R, Clark, the premier furrier of Australia, to sell by auction, at their Rooms, on Friday, 31st May, at % o'clock, A really magnificent and beautiful assort-* ment of AUSTRALIAN AND FOREIGN FURS, manufactured by skilled labor imported for the purpo e, and guaranteed free from the attacks of moths and other insects so destructive to imported furs. The Auctioneers respectfully call the attention of ladies and gentlemen making preparations for the coming Winter to this Sale. MONDAY, 27th MAY, At 2 o'clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Em On the Premises, opposite Joel's Brewery, King street. AMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mr Kerby to sell by auction, The whole of his Household Furniture, including— Suite in cretonne, round table and. cover, fender, fireirons, ornaments, pictures, timepiece, floorcloth, whatnot, recking chair, hearthrug, double and single iron bedstead;, spring mattress, bedding, chest of drawers, washstands and toilet sets, looking glasses, kitchen furniture, earthen and glass ware,. kitchen, cooking, and laundry appliances, etc., etc., etc. MONDAY, 27th MAY, At 2 o'clock, JOHNS AND 00. _ w will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Rattray street, The furniture of a 6-roomed bouse; also Mistress range (No. 7) and good piano, crockery, glassware, etc. TUESDAY, 28th MAY, at 2 o'clock. On tbe Premises, Frederick street, opposite. White Horce Hotel. CAMPBELL AND 00. i have been instructed to sell by auction—--3 chests of d»werß,EiDgle and double bedsteads, sofas, tables, washstands and ware, toilet tables, tools, chairs, counter and shop fittings, kitchen and cooking utensils, etc., etc. No reserve. SATURDAY, Ist JUNE, 1889. At 12 o'clock. DONALD REID AND 00. have received Instructions from Mr F. W. Styles to sell by auction, at the Otago Corn and Wool Exchange, Vogel street, Dunedin, on Saturday the Ist June, at 12 o'clock. Allotment 6, Block IL, Brown's Extension cf Mosg'el, containing quarter-acre of land, together with eight-roomed oot* tage thereon, with garden, outhouses, and all conveniences. The property is within one minute's walk of the Mosgiel railway station, and was till lately occupied by Herbert Webb, Esq., solicitor. A very desirable residence for a business man in the City. Terms liberal. Farther particulars on application *o DONALD REID AND CO., Auctioneers. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. VALUABLE BLOCK SUBURBAN LAND. . AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NL ZEALAND, LIMITED, will sell on an earl* date, 80 acres. Part of M'Glashan's Woodhaugh Saint*, suitable fos holding for further me, or to* Dairying, or other purposes. BOARD AND EESIDENCR men. Mrs Alston, Highbury House, High street (second house from Graham street). ° WANTED, 2 Gentlemen Boarders; Christiaus preferred; terms, 16s ftirbatb. W A FSSL? li Jf te Bo"? "ft Reeidance tor Two Ladles and Infant Addm* « 4 F.," Stab Office. _ *«™* *<»«»» WANTED, One or Two resp«tabfc Boarders; oomfortable home. Mre Chapman, Serpentine avenue, neat William, street.
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