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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7925, 5 June 1889
AUCTIONS. O'IHTR-iIMY, tirh .TIINE, At half-past 2 o'clock. 600 PACKAGES TEAS. For absolute sale. M. SP E D DIN* G i.t iiintnictud to sell by auction, ou Thursday, (>th hint., al hulf-pa-st 2 o'clock, 12"i half chests 475 boxes. Various qualities. Also, immediately thereafter, A general assortment of oilmen's stores, groceries, fruits, wines, spirits, etc., etc. Tsrms as usual. THURSDAY, 6th JUNE, at 2 o'olock. C.T 0H N S AND 00. • will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Rattray ."trcet, Suite (in leather), carpets, mantel, mirror, 100 table, inlaid card table, superior brass-rail bedstead and spring mattress, wood bedsteads, cots, gent's rockingchair, linoleum, cane chairs, colonial sofa, easy chair (in leather), washstands and ware, toilet tables and mirrors, fenders, brans-mounted fireirons, cockery, and a quantity of sundries; also, a greyhound dog. FMDAY, 7th JUNE, at 2 o'clock. On the premises, Anderson's Bay road. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Superior Cottage Pianoforte (by Neumeyer), Suite in _ haircloth, new Wertheim Sewing Machine, Brussels Carpet, Cedar Bookcase, Bedroom Furniture. AMES A. PARK AND 00. _ are instructed by Mr A. Blackmore (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, on 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, vase plaque?, cedar bookcase and cheffonier, dining table, Wertheim hand sewing machine, kerosene lamps, pictures, dinner service, handsome brass bedstead, spring mattress, blankets and bed linen, full Scotch chest drawers, washstands and ware, toilet glasses, single and double iron bedsteads and wire spring mattresses, passage oil cloth, umbrella stand, kitchen furniture, scullery utensils, patent wringer, very large meat safe, lawn mower, etc, etc. Without reserve. MONDAY. 10th JUNE, At 12 o'clock. By order of the Official Assignee. CHOICE RESIDENCE AND FREEHOLD, ST. DAVID STREET, In the estate of David Yorston. AMES A. PARK AND 00. cr have received instructions from the Official Assignee in Bankruptcy to sell by auction at their Rooms, on Monday, 10th June, at 12 o'clock— That desirable r reehold property being allotment 2, part of section 81, block XXX., St. David street, together with the superior and well furnished brick residence thereon, fitted throughout with all conveniences, and in thorough repair. Also, workshop and other buildings. This is a choice and convenient property, and worth the attentic n of anyone seeking a comfortable town residence. Cards to inspect the premises can be obtained from the Auctioneer. For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS, Or to Messrs DUNCAN AND MACGREGOR, Solicitors. 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 cotoline, 100 tables, lady's easy chair in blue plush, gent's easy cbair in crimson velvet, Spanish occasional chairs, wicker armchairs, cheffoniers, dinner-waggon, oval walnut table, mahogany and leather dining rrom suite, horsehair dining room suite, marble-top washstands and duchesse toilet tables, ]ar b 'e wardrobe, fallScotch, half-Scotch, and S-drawer chests of drawers, large hat and umbrella-stand, hall tables, chiirs, Etc., etc., etc. Also, Quantity of .superior ELECTRO, ineludlng tea and coffee sets, salvers, cruets, cake baskets, claret jugs, etc. C. REYNOLDS AND CO. IAI have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Friday, 7th June, at 2 o'clock, the above superior household furniture. Now on view. SATURDAY, Bth JUNE, At one o'clock. FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE BY AUCTION. A good Chance for a Working Man. TAMES SAMSON AND 00. have baen favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Allotment 13, bl -ck 2 (Sunnydale, N.F.V.), together with 4-roomed hou«e and outhouses thereon, securely fenoed,phnted out with fruit and ornamental trees, large concrete well (house newly papered and painted). Te:m?. L 25 cash down, and quarterly pay- , ments of L7los for the balance. -ENRY • LARNEH has received instructions from the Mortgagee to offer for sale by public auction, at hi-t Rooms, in Rattray sfreet, L unedin (next Bank of New Zealai d), on Monday, the 10th day o* June iust, st 2 o'clock, 1, All that p : eco of land, containing 31 poles (morn or less), being lot 9, block 11., Path street, Prim.ose Hill, with the desirable residence thereon known as Violet Lodge. 2. All that piece of land in Russell itreet, Forbury, being lot 6 on Moloney's Subdivision of secth ns 0 and 7, block 1,, Forbury, This lot.is offered in order to wind up an estate. For terms, apply to THE AUCTIONEER; Or STOUT AND MJNDY, Solicitor?. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. VALUABLE BLOCK SUBURBAN LAND. I HE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGKNCY COMPANY OF EW ZKALAND, LIMITED, will sell on an early date, 80 acres. Part of M'Glashan's Woodhaugh B iate, suitable for holding for further rise, or for Dairying, or other purposes. LECTURES. TRINITY CHURCH MUSICAL AND L LITERARY SOCIETY, TRINITY HALL, MORAY PLACE, THURSDAY, JUNE 6. 1889. Lecture by Dr Colquhoun on 'THE CIRCULATION OF THE BLOOD* (Illustrated with Diagrams). Admission Free. Commence 7.30. MEETINGS. DUNBDIN WEST. R W. DOWNIE STEWART will Ad. dress the Electors THIS (We'nesday) EVENING, the sth inst., at eight o'clock, in the Public Hall, North-east Valley. 0 TAGO AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. COMMITTEE ME ST in Ante-room, son Hall, on Friday, 7th inst, at 8 p.m. "" W. B. FISHER. Hon. Sec. pro tem* ROSLYN BOWLING CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Clrj, w jyj be held in the Roslyn CouncU Hall on Friday Evening, 7th inst., atßo'clr c \. Brjsinesfl :To receive Annual Report ' an( j Balanceshe,t. Election of Officers, and Presentation of Prizes. All members are reqr jegted to attemJ> E. M. BO^ oH| Hon# gee. cfnt. I ttlX A Copies daily is the Obmdfttioßif V'jU the Evroraa SIU,
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