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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7924, 4 June 1889
auctions. WEDNESDAY, sth .?UNE, At 10,4'» o clock. At Burnside Yards. PEA AND (,'n,AIN FKD BACON PICS. W RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND 00; have received instructions to cell, at above time and place, 130 extra prime grain and pea-f#d bacon pigs from Hfld- n and Brookland's faims. No reserve. T - SSS *■ WEDNESDAY. sth JUNE, At 12 o’clock. JAMBS A. PARK AND 00. have received instructions to sell by auction, at the Arrival Platform, Railway Station, on Wednesday, sth June, at 12 o’clock Sack, A. M'Kcllar ; parcel, Hallam; boolL Hay ; parcel. Major Cordon; panel, Kirkwood ; parcel, Turnbull; book, Burinard ; sack, Macleod ; bag, Maepherson; parcel, Wicks; swag; Heenan; swag, Sloan; box, Mrs Corrie; 4 sheets tin, Mrs Mitchell; parcel, ‘N.Z. Punch’ Company; selt straps, G. H. Colegrove; parcel, Stafford ; box, Cummings; panel, Mrs F. Hooking; parcel, T. Anderson; bag, Thomas Maher; bag, Mrs Lonnie; bag, Wilson ; parcel, F. Mitchell; case, Rev, Mr Hay ; bag, Wilkie ; panel, A. M’Sregor; bag, Bain; case, Ferguson, Wellington; box and tub, J, & Secular; parcel, Hutton; parcel. Brown; basket, Morracka; hat, Murray; parcel, M‘Gregor; 3 bags sugar, A. A.; bag salt, H.H. and 00, over C; 2 boxes soap, T over D; ease soap, L. F. over I>; a truck load of props, bale of ccrnsacks, crate of Milton pottery, and numerous nag 9, portman teaux, boxes, parcels, swags, eto., etc. Without reserve. Inquiries in reference to the above can made to the Traffic Inspector, Dun: din, on Monday or Tuesday, June 3rd and 4th. Ft I DAY, 7th JUNE, at 2 o’clock. On the premises, Anderson’s Bay road. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Small Cottage Pianoforte (by Neumeyer), Su te in _ haircloth, new Wertheim Sewing Machine, Brussels Carpet, Cedar Bookcase, Bedroom Furniture. JAMBS A. PARK AND CO. are instructed by Mr A. Blackmore twbo is giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, ou Friday, near the gasworks, His valuable household furniture and effects* comprising cottage pianoforte (by Neumeyer)-, Brussels carpet, wool rugs, couch, easy chairs, and small chairs in haircloth, centre table, pole and curtains, coal vase, ornaments, vases, wall plaques, cedar bookcase and cheffonier, dining table, Wertheim band sewing machine, kerosene l imps, pictures, dinner service, handsome brass bedstead, spring mattress, blankets and bed linen, full Scotch chest drawers, wasbstandir ami ware, toilet glasses, single at d double iron bedsteads and wire spring mattresses, passage oil cloth, umbrella stand, kitchen furniture, scull-ry utensils, patent wringer, very large meat safe, lawn mower, etc., etc. Without reserve. THURSDAY, fiih JUNE, At half-past 2 o’clock. 600 PACKAGES TEAS. For absolute sale, Dm, spbd di n • e is instructed to sell by auction) oh Thursday, 6th inst, at half-past 2 o’clock, 135 half chests 473 boxes. Various qualities. Also, immediately thereafter, A general assortment of oilmen's stofei* groceries, fruits, wines, spirits, etc., ejty Terms as usual. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), at 1 oWocfc In Rooms. 39 George street. JCAMPBELL AND CO; • have been instructed by the vendor's to sell by auction—7o boxes tea, large quantity of drapery, furniture of every description, chests drawers, spring mattresses, etc., etc., glass, china, cutlery, cruets, forks, eta, etc,, eta FRIDAY, 7th JUNE, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, High street. Important Sale of RED PINE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of a superior description. Handsome sideboard (mirror back) drawing room suite in green cotoliae, 100 tables, lady’s easy chair in blue plusb, gent’s easy chair in erimson velvet, Spanish occasional chairs, wicker armchairs, cheffoniers, dinner-waggon, oval walnut table, mahogany and leather dining room suite, horsehair dining room suite, marble-top wasbstands and duchess* toilet tables, large wardrobe, falK Scotch, half-Scotch, and drawer chests of drawers, large hat and umbrella-stand, hall tables, cb in. Etc, etc., etc. Also, Quantity of superior ELECTRO, including tea and rrffee sets, salvers, Cruets-, cake basket?, claret jugs, etc. T7Y C. REYNOLDS AND CO. li# have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Friday* 7th June, at 2 o’clock, the above superior house: - hold furniture. Now on view. SATURDAY, Bth JUNE, At one o’clock. FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE BY AUCTION, A good Chance for a Working Mam Tames samson and on.. have b’en fa voted with instructions to. sell by auction, at their Rooms, Allotment 13, hlock2(Sunnydale, N.E.V.), together with 4-roomed bouse and outhouses thereon, securely fenced, plinted out with fruit and ornamental trees, large concrete well (house newly papered, and painted). Term j . L 25 cash down, and quarterly pay l ments of L7los for the balance. bT¥y L A R N B ft ; has received Instructions from th* M'-rtgagee to offer for sale by public auction, at his Rooms, in Rattray sheet, I uuedin (next Rank of New Zealat d). on Monday, the 10th' day of June inst,, at 2 o’clock, 1. All that piece of land, containing 31 poUs (more or less), being lot 9, block |£> Bath street, Primrose Hill, with th* desirable residence thereon known « Violet Lodge. 2. All that piece of land in Bussell strait; Forbury, being lot 6 on Moloney’s finkdivision of secti< ns 6 and 7, block L Forbury. This lot is offered in order to wind up an estate. For terms, apply to THE AUCTIONEER; Or STOUT AND MjNDY, Solicitors. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. VALUABLE BLOCkTsUBURBAN LAN% The perpetual trustees, estate, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, will sell on an early date. 80 acres. Part of M’Glashan’s Woodbaugh Estate suitable for holding for farther me, oi for Dairying, or other purposes. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. GENTLEMAN and Wife require Board and Residence; siting room and bath. Address “ Central,” Star Office. ANTED, 2 Gentlemen Boarders, Obris> tians preferred; terms, 16s 6d; bath, washing included. London House, Cargill street. WANTED, 2 Working Men Boarders, shark bedroom ; terms moderate. Saitlft Store, St. Andrew and Filleul streets. LOST AND POUND. LOST, between Boslyn and Halfway Buib, Go'd Brooch—leaf and cluster; reward G. Millar, Hi di street, Boslyn. LOST, at Port Chalmers, on June 2. betweeu George street pier and Wiehliffis terrace. Hair Pendant and Gold Locket Fladqr returning Watson, Municipal Buildings, Port Chalmers, will be rewarded.
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