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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7932, 13 June 1889
AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 14th JUNE, 1889, At 12 o'clock sharp, fj (on behalf of the Farmers' Agenoy Company, Limited) has received instructions from John 0. Palmer, Esq., to sell at his homestead farm, Otakia (within half a mile of railway station), on Friday,|l4th June, 1889, atl2o'olock sharp, 2,000 orosa-bred ewes (eight-tooth), in lamb to pure Leicester rams 450 f.m. merino ewes, in lamb to Leicester rams 136 erosa-bred lambs 100 head two, three, and four-year-old bullocks 3 heavy draught horses, any trial 1 two-year-old entire colt, by Liird of Kilbride 1 three-year-old geldlnp, 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 whol6 of the above will be offered absolutely tor positive sale. Without reserve. Sale at 12 o'clock, Friday, 14th June. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), 14tb JUNE, At 2 o'clock. At Booms, High street. Unreserved Sale of JAPANESE WARtS, WORKS OF ART, MANUFACTURES, CURIOS, Eto , ETC. A Small and Choice Assortment of Finest porcelain tea sets i, „ bowls „ „ koros, etc, etc. Lacquer card boxes, trays, etc. 2 superior large-sized lacquered cabinets . SILK EMBROIDEKED GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Wall pockets, photo frames, ladies' handbags Kakemonos and cushion squares Carved ivory feudal swords Hand-painted paper screens And a very Special Selection of REAL BRONZE AND CLOISONNE Va es, jardinieres, placques, candlesticks, koros, paper knives, etc., etc. I C. REYNOLDS AND CO. |» are instructed to sell the above consignment of Japanese Wares at their Rooms, High street, on Friday, 14th June, at 2 o'clock. Now on view. As previously, without reserve. FRIDAY, 14th JUNE, At 2 o'clock. la Rooms, Manse street. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Valuable Cottage Pianoforte, Wanzer Sewing Machine, American Organ. AMES A. PARK AND CO. are instructed to sell by auotion on Friday, Household Furniture, consisting of— Rosewood piano (by Chappell and Co.), black-and gold piano (by Oakdenand 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, Austrian chairs, blankets, etc.; kitchen furniture, meat safe, Zealandia range with h.p, boiler, Etc., etc. SATURDAY, lath JUNE, at 1 o'clock. FRUIT TRKES. FRUIT TREES. Apples, pears, plums cherries, gooseberries, and currants (from Sonntag's Nursery); also, Marecbal Niel roses and other choice climbing and tea-scented roses, heaths, lemon verbena, and Barbery Darwinia. At 1 o'clock. TAMES A. PARK AND CO. FRIDAY, 14th JUNE, At 2 o'clock. *ENRYL A R N E R will sell by auction at hia Rooms Rattray street (next Bank of New Zealand), Handsome dining room suite in leather,, bookcase, round table, chest of drawers (full Sootch), washhand stands and ware, tea set, 8-day clock, steel-bax fonder, cutlery, crockery, Jockey stove,, suite in tapestry and plush, iron bedstead, spring mattress, bedding, carpet squares, Indian slippers, electrie battery, Japanese goods, etc. SATURDAY, 15th JUNE, At 2 o'clock. AMES SAMSON AND CO. f have received instructions from the owner to sell by auotion, at their Rooms, His Furniture, Piano, etc, including— Piano (by Metzler, London), dining room suite in haircloth, red pine chest of drawers, suite in American cloth, cheffonier, Brussels and tapestry carpets, hearthrug, pier glass, fender and fireirons, cruet stand, dinner and tea sets, eutlery, coal vase, double and single iron and wood bedstead?, spring mattress, blankets, beddinr, duohesss drawers, marble-top waahstand and ware, drying tables, linoleum, kitchen sofa, tables, chairs, kitchen and cooking utensils, portable boiler. Also, About 70 pairs roller skates. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. YALUABLE BLOCK SUBURBAN LAND. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENOY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, will cell 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. MEETINGS. DUNEDIN SOUTH. R H. S. FISH, Jtjn , will ADDRESS the ELECTORS of Dunedin South, at the PRINCESS'S THEATRE, on FRIDAY, the 14th June, at 8 o'clock p.m. His Worship the Mayor will preside. CTAGO UNIVERSITY. ' MEETING of Graduates and Students of the University will be held at the University on FRIDAY EVENING next 14th inst., at 8 o'clock, to consider Dr Fitchetfs Bill dealing with the Otago University. Dr Fitchott will address the meeting. DUNEDIN AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB. A SPECIAL MEETING of the Club fs A. cilled for SATURDAY, 22nd inst, at 8 p.m., at the City Hotel, to consider the advisability of holding a Championship Meeting during the Exhibition season. All members and also those interested in athletics are re> quested to attend. Dr Brown in the Chair. JOHN EDMOND, Jon., Hon Sec. PORT CHALMERS ELECTORATE. ["R MILLS will be glad to Meet the L Electors of this District at the fORBSTJRS' HALL, PORT OHALMBBf, ON MONDAY EVENING, Atßo*ol v^ BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ANTED, by young Man, Board and - t Residence, seven minutes' from Poet. Office; must be no other boarders. Address "J.A.,"Sm Office. BOARD and Residence for respectable Working Man in private family. Oppc* site Mr Lee, butcher, Stuart street. ANTED, by a Gentleman, Board and Lodging, single bedroom. Addrafc irfti wtladzTß, to «• G„" Stab Off*. -
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