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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889
AUCTIONS. TO-MORROW-(SATURDAY), Bth JUNE, At 11 o’clock. In Rooms, Monas street. 20 OASES ASSORTED APPLES. JAMES A. PARK AND CO.. Auctioneers. SATURDAY, Bth JUNE, At 2 o’clock. In Booms, Manse street. SEVENTH ANNUAL SALE. CANARIES, CANARIES (From Safaiston's, Timaru). JAMES A PARK AND 00. are instructed by Mr Sabiston, of Timaru, to sell by auction as above, Two hundred first-class canaries; all strong birds; many in full song. 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. JAMES A PARK AND CO. have received instrnctions from the Official Assignee in Bankruptcy to sell by auction at their Rooms, on Monday, 10th June, at 12 o’clock— That desirable f reehold property being allotment 2, part of section 31, 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 attention of anyone seeking a comfortable town residence. Cards to inspect the premises can be obtained from the Auctioneer, For farther particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS, Or to Messrs DUNCAN AND MACGREGOR, Solicitors. SATURDAY, Bth JUNE, At one o’clock, FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE BY AUCTION. A good Chance for a Working Man, JAMES SAMSON AND CO' have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, < Allotment 13, block2(Sunnydale, N.E.V.), together with 4-roomed bouse and outhouses thereon, securely fenced, planted out with fruit and ornamental trees, large concrete well (house newly papered and painted). Terms, L 25 cash down, and quarterly payments of L7los for the balance. SATURDAY, Bth JUNE, At 2 o’clock. JAMBS SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mrs Burridale to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Her Furniture, including— Full Scotch red pine chest of drawers, mahogany 100 table, dining room suit* in haircloth, parlor suite, tapestry, walnut sideboard (marble top, mirror back and front), oval walnut table, music Canterbury, whatnot, large pier glass, steel bar fender, fireirons, Brussels carpet, hearthrug, Vienna chairs, linoleum, leather conch, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring mattress, flock do, palliasses, blankets, red pine bedroom suite, wardrobe, marble-top washstand and ware, dressing tables, bedroom carpets, wool rug, looking glasses, oilcloth, kitchen tables, sofa, chairs, dresser, portable boiler, kitchen range, flowers and pots, crockery, kitchen and cooking utensils; Also, Wertheim sewing machine (in good order) Etc., etc,, etc. ’ SATURDAY EVENING, Bth JUNE. At 6 o’clock, JAMES SAMSON AND 00. will sell by auction, at their Rooms, A varied assortment of drapery, etc., including men’s suits, overcoats, shirts, pants, underflannels, dress materials, cretonnes, mantle cloth, serges, boots, etc., etc., etc. Without reserve. SATURDAY. Bth JUNE, 1889, At II o’clock. At Provincial Yards. FIRST-CLASS DRAUGHT, HACKS. A LIGHT HARNESS HORSES, SPRIM CARTS, DKAYS, Etc. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND have received instrnctions from W. Wallach, Stirling, to sell by auctioi above time and place, 1 really first-class heavy draught mare, by Taieri Lad out of a Paisley mare. On account of Mr A. Henry. Livingston: 6 first-class draught and light harness horses. On account of another vendor: 8 hacks and spring-cart horses 2 covered-in expresses 2 spring-carts 1 single buggy. SATURDAY. Bth JUNE, 2 o’clock. r* J „° ,?. N 8 AND CO. V/# will sell by auction at their Rooms. Rattray street, ’ Chests of drawers, bedsteads, mattresses, carpets, oilcloth, superior mirror, suit* in hj. hair, 100 table, easy chair, rocking chairs, iron and wood cots, chain! tables, kitchen dresser, crockery, Singer sewing machine. Lamb knitting machine, etc,, etc. And at 6.30 p.m., Boots (all sizes), boys’ suits, men’s shirts, socks, pants, girls’ ulsters, jackets, hose, crockery, ete. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, At half-past eleven. Henry larnb has received instructions to sell auction, at his Rooms, Rattray street, m Bank of New Zealand, 1 spring dray (nearly new), 1 single bog] 1 pony phaeton, grocer’s cart, mare a harness, buggy and cart whips, brush covers, lamps, and sundries; also, i new saddles and bridles. Persons having goods can enter for this sail Henry la e a has received instructions fi Mortgagee to offer for sale by public an his Rooms, in Rattray street, Duned Bank of New Zealand), on Monday, ' day of June inst,, at 2 o’clock, 1. All that piece of land, containing (more or less), being lot 9, b Bath street, Primrose Hill, \ desirable residence thereon ki Violet Lodge. 2. All that piece of land in Russel Forbnry, being lot 6 on Molone division of sections 6 and 7,1 Forbnry. This lot is offered to wind up an estate. For terms, apply to THE AUCTION Or STOUT AND MO Solicitors. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. VALUABLE BLOCK SUBURBAN LAND, THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES AND AGENCY COMPANY ZEALAND, LIMITED, will Be ll on date; 80 acres. Part of M’Glashan’s Woodhang suitable for holding for further n Dairying, or other purposes. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. MRS HENDERSON, Mornington, has Op Home for Patients (lyinghealthy locality. Excellent Invalids and Convalescents, WANTED, Two Gentlemen Christians preferred; terms Mrs Edwards, London Honse, Cargill BOARD and Residence for f< baths; terms moderate. Beresford Honse, George street. IBJTAXB Board and Beside jl Married Couple; central and locality. “ 0., Stab Office LOST AND FOUND. L^tSSSawjsß?-»
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889
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