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AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 13th JUNE, At 2 o’clock. C JOHNS AND CO. • will 'sell by auction at their Rooms, Rattray street Mahogany cheffonier, kauri sideboard, cedar chairs (in leather), superior iron and wood bedsteads, washstands and ware, 2 manteli mirrors, 100 tible, c uch (in horsehair), pictures, carpets, gent’s rocker, cane and kitchen chairs, {spring mattress, inlaid card table, colonial sofa, crockery, kitchen utensils, etc., etc. A’so, Bingcr sewing machine (nearly new). FRIDAY, 14th JUNE, 1889, At 12 o’clock sharp. At Otakia. JOHN GRIND LEY (on behalf of the Farmers’ Agency Company, Limited) has received instructions from John,C. Palmer, Esq., to sell at his homestead farm, Otakia (within half a mile of railway station), on Friday,(l4th June, 1889, at 12 o’clock sharp, 2,000 cross-bred ewes (eight-tooth), in lamb to pure Leicester rams 450 f.m. merino ewes, in lamb to Leicester rams 156 cross-bred lambs ICO head two, three, and four-year-old bullocks 3 heavy draught horses, any trial 1 two’year-old entire colt, by Lrird of Kilbride 1 three-year-old gelding, unbroken, by Wait-a-Wee 2 thoroughbred colts and fillies, one and two years old, by Sir Garnet 1 two-year-old draught filly 1 four-year-old draught mare, broken 3 useful riding hacks 15 young dairy cows, all in full milk. Mr Palmer having leased his farm, and leaving the district, the whole of the above will be offered absolutely lor positive sale. Without reserve. Bale at 12 o’clock, Friday, 14th Jane. FRIDAY, 14th JUNE, At 2 o’clock. Unreserved Sale of JAPANESE WARES, Consisting of— Cabinets Tea Seta Vases Screens And a very choice collection of Bronzes, Knickknacks, etc., etc, EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. » will soli the above at their Rooms, High street, on Friday, 14th June, at 2 o’clock Without reserve. FRIDAY, 14th JUNE, At 2 o’clock. In Rooms, Manse street. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Valuable Cottage Pianoforte, Wanzer Sewing Machine, American Organ. JAMES A. PARK AND 00. are instructed to sell by auction on Friday, Housebcdd Furniture, consisting of— Rosewood piano (by Chappell and Co.), black-and gold piano (by Oakden and Howell), suite in haircloth, pier glass, red pine dining table, sideboard, fenders, linoleum, 8-day hall clock, electro-plate, ornaments, pictures, double half-tester brass-mounted bedstead, spring mattress, full Scotch chest drawers, washstands and ware, toilet glass, commode, Australian chairs, blankets, etc. ; kitchen furniture, meat safe, Zealandia range with b.p, boiler, Etc., etc. FRIDAY, 14th JUNE, At 2 o’clock. Henry larner will sell by auction at his Rooms Rattray street (next Bank of New Zealand), Handsome dining room suite in leather, bookcase, round table, chest of drawers (full Scotch), wash hand stands and ware, tea set, 8-day clock, steel-bar fender, cutlery, crockery, Jockey stove, suite in tapestry and plush, iron bedstead, spring mattress, bedding, carpet squares, Indian slippers, electrie battery, Japanese goods, etc. MONDAY, the 17th INSTANT, At 2 p.m. * By Order of the Mortgagee. CITY LEASEHOLD, MANOR PLACE, THE DUNEDIN FINANCE. LOAN, AND AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, have received instructions to sell by auction, at the Central Rooms, High streit, on the above date, if not previously sold by private contract, All that Parcel of Land being part of Section 7, Block IV, Manor place, Dunedin, containing 15 poles, on which is erected a large 5-roomed House, with scullery and bathroom, and Three Tworoomed Cottages; total income from rent, L7O Lease has 10 years to ran, at a rental of L 4 per annum.' Buildings insured for L4OO, For further particulars apply to Messrs SIEVWBIGBT AND JAMBS, Solicitors, High street; Or to THE AUCTIONEERS. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. VALUABLE BLOCK SUBURBAN LAND. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, will sell on an early date* 80 acres. Part of M’Glashan’s Woodhaugh Estate, suitable for holding for further rise, or for Dairying, or other purposes. SHIPPING. UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED). TIME TABLE, FOB OAMARU, BEAUTIFUL STAB, s.s. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf on Friday at 10 p,m FOR LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, PICTO.ST. NELSON. TARANAKI. AND MANUKAU. - PENGUIN, as., on Monday, 17th June. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3p m. Cargo till noon. FOR AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, NAPIER, AND GISBORNE. —ROTOMAHANA, s.s., on Wedaesday, 19th June. Passengers per 230 p.m. train. 10R SYDNEY YIA LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON. NAPIER. GISBORNE. AND AUCKLAND.-ROTOMAHANA, s.s., on Wednesday, 19 th June. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train. FOR SYDNEY via OAMARU, TIMARU, AND WELLINGTON.—TEKAPO, s.s., on Friday, 14th June. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. FOB MELBOURNE VIA BLUFF AND HOBART.—MARAROA, s.s., on Thursday, 13th June. Passengers per 2.80 p.m. train. FOR MELBOURNE (direct).-WAKATIPU, s.s., on Thursday, 13th June. Passengers at 2.30 p,m. from Dunedin Wharf. Cargo till noon. FOR FIJI from AUCKLAND.—MAWHBRA 5.8., about Saturday 22nd Jane, FOR TONGA AND SAMOA. - WAINUI from AUCKLAND, about Monday July L Freight and Passengers booked through, Fn'l particulars on application, FOR TONGA. SAMOA, AND TAHITI.— RICHMOND 5,8,, about Saturday 29th June. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SEBYIOF, Reduuad Fares and Cargo Prices. FOR WESTPORT VIA TIMARU. AKAROA, LYTTEjTON, WELLINGTON, AND NKLSON.-GRAFTON, s.s.. on Friday, June 14. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6 p.m Cargo till 2 p.m. FOB GRBYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) VIA OAM ARU, TIMARU, LYTTELTON, AND WELLINGTON.—HERALD, s.s., on Friday, 14th Jane, Passengers fr<m Dunedin Wharf at 10 p.m. Cargo till 4 F O R m ‘AU OKLA N D VIA OAMaRU, TIMARU, AND LYTTELTON.—OHA.U, 8.8., on Thursday, 13th June. Passengetc from Dunedin Wharf at 10 p.m. Cam till 4 p.m. Omen: Goner of Vogel, Water, and Chunbetland rtreetb

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7931, 12 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 7931, 12 June 1889

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