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AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 30th MAT, At 2 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. I Ton ONIONS, to prime condition. AM Ki\ A, PARK AND CO. THURSDAY, 30th MAY, At 2 u'uluL'k la Rooms, Maas" street. SUNDRY HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. , AMES A. PARE AND 00. r are instructed to sell by auction, on Thursday, Useful household furniture, kitchen utensils, miscellaneous goods. Also, in an intestate estate, Fishing nets, rope, oars, clothing, etc. FBIDAY, 3lst MAY, At 2 o'clock. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL UNBE3ERVED SALE OF NATIVE AND FOREIGN FURS Carriage aod Railway Rugs Boas, Muffs, and Seta Sealskin Handbagß Tea Cosies, Smoking Caps The manufacture of Mr S. R. GLARE, Gold Medallist at the late Geelong Exhibition, and First Prize-taker at Canada, Amsterdam, and London Exhibitions. JAMES A. PARE AND 00. have instructions from Mr S. R. Olark, the premier furrier of Australia, to Bell by auction, at their Rooms, on Friday, 31st May, at 2 o'clock, A really magnificent and beautiful assortment 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. MONDAY, 3rd JUNK, At 12 o'clock. FREEHOLD AND COTTAGE, ROSLYN. TAMES A. PARE AND 00. are instructed to sell at their Rooms, on 3rd June, if not sold privately— Allotment 4, part of section 1, corner of William and High streets, Sunnyside, »_.,__ _. IL . .... 'cottage. THURSDAY, MAY 30, at 1.30 and 6 o'clock. In Rooms, 39 George street. J CAMPBELL AND 00. • have been instructed to sell by auotion, under distraint, the furniture of an eight-roomed house; also, a Rotherham gold English hunting lever watch, gold and silver quantity of jewellery; also, men's and youths' suits, coats, etc, women's and children's dresses, jackets, and underclothing, and a large quantity of bed linen, including sheets and quilts, euitains, etc., etc. No reserve. THURSDAY (TO-MORROW), 30th MAY, At 12 o'clock. TAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mr Parker to sell by auction, at Mosgiel, His leasehold property, being allotment 2, block 111., with all the buildings thereon, situated nearly opposite the Mosgiel Woollen Factory. The sale will commence sharp at 12 o'clock, on the premises. No reserve. FRIDAY, 31st MAY, At 2 o'clock. Unreserved Sale of SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANO, ErO., On the Premises, Eden street, near comer of St. David street north. JAMBS SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mrs Newsomb to sell by auct'bn, Her Household Furniture, including— Handsome walnut suite in silk tapestry, oval walnut table, superior Brussels oarpet, large wool mat, blaok-and-gold overmantel, fender and fireirons, lace curtains, curtain pole and rings, whatnot (walnut), fancy ornaments, lan Sower vase, piano (Waldmann) neai new, piano stool, double and single bedsteads, mattresses, blankets and bed linen, chest of drawers, towel rail, china and glassware, Wertheim sewing machine, child's chair, rustic chair, cane ditto, lounge, kerosene lamps, door mats, scraper, linoleum, floorcloth, golden fish, kitchen furniture, cooking and laundry appliances, cutlety, and s> large lot of sundries. SATURDAY, JUNE Ist, At 1 sharp. PAWNBROKER'S UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, AMES SAMSON AND 00. will sell by auotion, at their Rooms, as above, by order of A. Solomon, pawnbroker. Pledged at the Dunedin Pawn Office, George street: 1883.—December 18th, 1742, pair earrings, 1884,-May 17th, 745, gold watch. 1885.—July 9th, 1002, silver watch. December 19th, 19G8, violin. ISB6 —September llth. 1263, coat and vest. December Bth, 1793, case of dessert kniyeß and forks; llth, 1810,. gold ring. 1887.-January 7th, SO, gold chain \ 15th, 71, two plated trays. March 4th, 276, two silver patches and chains; 7th, 2jS6, silver watch. May 144b, 625, brooch and ear-, rings. Jnly 15th, 846, two clocks. August 24th, 987,. dress and jacket. October 22nd,. 1155, gold bracelet; 20th,. 1140, gold watch and braoelet December Btb, 1306, diamond locket; 10th, 1317,. diamond ring; 19tb,. 1339; pair diamond earrings. 1888..—January 16th, 50,. diamond locket; 27tfi r 90, tableoover. March 3rd, 197, diamond ring; sh, 199; gold watch and chain; 9th, 211, clothing; 212, suit of clothes; 10th, 217, suit of clothes;: 220; silver watch-; 12th, 224; gold brooch; 19th, 239, silvev watoh; 21st, 250, coat; 22nd, 253, goM necklet chain; 31st, 266, gold ring. ApsQ 9th, 297, gold watcb and ohain;. 290, gold brooch and temnant ;.llth, 303 l goldehain-; 12th, 311, gold brooch and 2 pairs earring*; 13tb, 314, silver watcb; 14th,315, sovereign brooch; 320, gold ohain; 17th, 326, ring and pendant; 24tb, 341, mtcfr and chain; 25tb,. 349, gun: 28tb» 365, breast pin, etc. May 2nd, 377, gola brooch; 3rd, 381, sewing machine; 7tb, 392, coat and vest;. Bth, 393, ohain and ring; 9th, 397. ring; llth, 408, musical box; 16th, 427, watch, chain, etc; 18th, 430, five bangles; 19th, 434, diamond riny£ 23rd, 445, gold chain; 25th, 446, silv# watch. June Ist, 466, silver locket sol necklet; 2nd, 469) gold ring; sth, 473, necklet and locket; llth. 480, ring: 12th, 481, silver watch: 18th, 502, ring; 504, set of studs ; 505, brooch and ring; 20th, 513, bracelet; &16, watch and chain ; 22nd, 518; ring. July 4th, 543, pair eartings ; 14th, 564, gold brooch, chain, eta. ; 17th, 570, diamond ring; 24th, 584. diamond ring; 30th, 597, gold watch ami chain. August Ist, 602, silver wateh; 7tb, 617, gold chain ; Bth, 621, diamond ring; 9th, 627, locket; 13th, 636, ring; 17tb, 647, silver watch and diamond pia; 20tb, 662, silver watch ; 80th, 683, sealskin bag ; 31st, 686, two books; 689, silver watcb. September Ist, 690, album; 3rd, 694, ring; 4th, 697, silver watch and chain; sth, 701, gold chain; Bth, 708, diamond cross; 10th, 713, geld chain, etc.; 17th, 723, gold watch; 24th, 730, gold watch. October Ist, 754, gold chain ; 2nd, 755, gold chain; 759, suit of clothes etc; 6th, 766, remnant; 9th, 772, gold, watch; 10th, 773, silver snuff boxj 15th, 782, suit of clothes; 784 1 , silver watch; 20th, 802, quilt} 23rd, 805, silver chain, locket, and bracelets 29th, 824, sewing machine; 315t,832, gold watoh and chain. Noveaaber 2nd, 83% silver watch; 10th, 850, silver watoh; 12th, 857, gold watch; 91st, 884, silver watch s 23rd, 891, down quilt; 24th, 894, goll watch and chair, ;',B9H, gold watch, chain* etc ; 27th, 900, gun. And 250 lots of clothing, tools, guns, etc. At 1 sharp. PRSLIBtINARY 80TK*. VALUABLE BLQOR SUBURBAN LAND. _ AND AGENCY.COMPANY <W*> an ZEALAND, LIMITED, will sell on an early 80 acres.. Fart of WGlashan's Woodhaugh-'AtstflL suitable for holding for fuxttej nSe, *>r fcr dairying,, or, ©then purposes*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 7919, 29 May 1889

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