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auctions. SATURDAY. Lt JUKE, At 2 o’clock. In Booms, Manse street. HOTHOUSE PLANTS, . Very large CAMELLIAS {in full bud). JAMES A. PARK AND GO* are instructed to sell on Saturday* A collection of plants, camellias, etc. Also, From Sonntag’s Nursery: Apples, pears, plums, cherry trees (all blight proof), currants, and goose' berries. MONDAY, 3rd JUNE, At 12 o’clock. FREEHOLD AND COTTAGE, ROSLYN. JAMES A. PARK AND C?. 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, Roslyn, with neat 4-roomed cottage. MONDAY, 3rd JUNE, At 2 o’clock. At the Rooms, Manse street. Entire Cargo of MAURITIUS SUGARS. Just landing ex Thurso, Tames a. park and co. have been favored with instructions from the importers, Messrs W. Scoular and Co, to offer for sale by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on Mordiy, 3rd June, at 2 o’clock, The entire cargo of sugars ex Thurso, from Mauritius, consisting of snowdrops, fine to finest whites, and brewers* crystals. Samples at Rooms. TUESDAY, 4th JUNE, At 12 o’clock. On the premises, St! David street. CONTRACTOR’S PLANT. KAURI AND AMERICAN PINE MORTIOING MACHINE, And Miscellaneous Goods. In the Estate of David Yorston. JAMES A. PARK AND CO, are instructed by the Official Assignee to sell on Tuesday, at 12 o’clock, The above contractor’s plant, timbers, morticing machine, and sundries, Terms cash. TUESDAY, 4th JUNE, At 2 o’clock. In Rooms, Manse street. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Valuable Pianoforte and Pewing Machine, Bedroom Furniture. JAMES A. PARK AND CO. are instructed by the prop ietor. who is giving up housekeeping, to sell on Tuesday, His Household Furniture and Effects, including firrt class pianoforte in walnut, by Scbwechten. Particulars in next advertisement. 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 Cora and Wool Exchange, Vogel street, Dunedin, on Saturday the Ist June, at 12 o’clock. Allotment 6, Block 11., Brown’s Extension of Mosgiel, containing quarter-acre of land, together with, eight-roomed cottage 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 Ciiy. Terms liberal. Further particulars on application to DONALD REID AND CO., Auctioneers. SATURDAY, JUNE Ist, At 1 sharp. PAWNBROKER’S UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, Tames samson and co. will sell by auction, at tbeir 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, 748, gold watch. 1885.—July 9th, 1002, silver watch, December 19th, 1968, violin. 1886—September llth. 1263, coat and vest. December Bth, 1793, case of dessert knives and forks; llth, 1810, gold ring. 1887.—January 7th. SO, gold chain ; 15th, 71, two plated trays. March 4tb, 276, two silver watches and chains; 7th, 286, silver watch. May 14th, 625. brooch and earrings. July 15th, 846, two clocks. August 24th, 987, dress and jacket. October 22nd, 1155. gold bracelet; 20tfa, gold watch and bracelet. December Bth, 1316, diamond locket; 10th, 1317, diamond ring; 19th, 1339, pair diamond earrings. 1888.— January 16th, 50, diamond locket; 27th, 99. tahleoover. 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; 19tb, 239, silver watch; 21st, 250, coat; 32nd, 253, gold necklet chain; 31st, 266, gold ring. April 9th, 297. gold watch and chain; 299, gold brooch and remnant; llth, 303, gold chain; 12th, 31], gold brooch and 2 pairs earrings; 13tb, 314, silver watch; 14th, 315, sovereign brooch; 320, gold chain; 17tb, 826, ring and pendant; 24th, 341, watch and chain; 25th, 349, gun: 28th, 365, breast pin, etc. May 2nd. 377, gold brooch; 3rd, 381, sewing machine; 7ib, 392, coat and vest; Btb, 893, chain and ring; 9th, 397. ring; lUb, 400, musical box; 16th, 427, watch, chain, etc.; 18th, 430, five bangles; 19th, 4R4, diamond ring; 23rd, 445. gold chain; 25th, 446, silver snatch. June Ist, 466, silver locket and necklet; 2nd. 469, gold ring; stb, 473, sllv/r necklet and locket; llth, 480, ring; 12th, 481, silver watch; 18th, 502, ring; 504 ; sec of studs ; 505, brooch and ring; 20th, 513. bracelet: 516, watch atdchain ; 22nd, 518, ring. July 4th, 543, pair earrings; Mrii, 564. gold brooch, chain, etc.; 17th, 570. diamond ring; 21th, 584, diamond ring; 30tb, 597, gold watch and chain. August Ist, 602. silver watch; 7tb, 617, gold chain ; Bth, 621, diamond ring; 9th, 627, locket; 13th. 636, ring; 17th, 647, silver watch and diamond pin; 20th, 662, silver watch ; 30th, 683, sealskin bag ; 3lst, 686, two books; 689, silver watch. September Ist, 690, album; 3rd, 694. ring; 4th, 697, silver watch and chain; stb, 701, gold chain; Bth 708, diamond cross; 10th, 713, gold chain, eta.; 17th, 723, gold watch; 24tb, 736, gold watch. October Ist. 764, gold chain | 2nd, 755, gold chain; 759, salt of clothes etc. ; 6th. 766, remnant; 9th, 772, gold watch; 10th, 773, silver snuff box; 16th, 782, suit of clothes; 784, silver watch; 20th, 802, quilt; 23rd, 805, silver chain, locket, and bracelet; 29th, 824, sewing machine; 31st, 832, gold watch and chain. November 2nd, 839, silver watch; 10th. 860, silver watch; 12tb, 857, gold watch; 21st, 884, silver watch; 23rd, 891, down quilt; 24th, 894, gold watch and chain; 895, gold watch, chain, etc.; 27th, 900, gun. And 250 lots of olothmg, tools, guns, etc. SATURDAY, Ist JUNE, At 1 sharp. SATURDAY EVENING, Ist JUNE, At 6 o’clock, JAMES SAMSON AND CO. will sell by auction, at tbeir Rooms, Drapery, hosiery, clothing, fancy gocdr f tweeds, boots and shoes, tea, crock? ry, cutlery, Etc., etc., etc. No reserve. Henry lar ne * has received instructions from the Mortgagee to offer for sale by public auction, at his Rooms, in Rattray street, Dunedin (next Bank of New Zealatd). on Monday, the 10th day of June inst., at 2 o’clock, 1, All that piece of land, containing 31 polos (more or less), being lot 9, block 11., Bath street, Primrose Hill, with the desirable residence thereon known as Violet Lodge. 2. All that piece of land in Russell (treat, Forbory, being lot 6 on Moloney’s Subdivision of sections 6 and 7, block L, Porbury. This lot is offered in ordei to wind up an estate. Krterns, apply to THE AUCTIONEER; «r STOUT AND MOOT)*; i Solicitors, ■>>*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 7921, 31 May 1889

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