AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 22nd JUNE, At 2 o’clock. JAMBS SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mr Gloy to sell by anction, at their Rooms, His Furniture, etc., including— Full Scotch red pine chest of drawers, dining room suite in haircloth, parlor suite in tapestry, suite in American leather, ova' walnut table, music canterbury, occasional table, whatnot, Brussels and tapestry carpets, fender and flreirons, coal vase, linoleum, Vienna chairs, pictures, oil paintings, ornaments, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring and flock mattresses, blankets, wardrobe, marble-top washstand and ware, dressing tables, towel rail, kitchen furniture, kitchen and cooking utensils, Wertheim sewing machine (in good order), perambulator; also, St. Barnard pup (with a pedigree), and about 100 pair of roller skates. About 70 bottles ink, strawberry plants and raspberry canes, shoemakers’ plant, including lasts, boot trees, webbing, elastic, heel and tocplates, nails, knives, Etc., etc, etc. SATURDAY EVENING, 22nd JUNE, At (i o’clock. JAM NS SAMSON AND CO. will soil by auction, at their Rooms, Drapery, Clothing, Bools, etc., including— Dress materials, homespuns, twills, sheeting, shirtings, tweeds, moleskin trousers, twoed do ; and a large variety of useful goods, 100 numerous to particularise. MONDAY 24th JUNE, At 12 o'clock. FOR oALB, A newly-erected GENTLEMAN’S RESIDENCE (situated at MONTPELLIER, north side of tho Mornington Town Belt, about 300 yards from tram line), containing 10 rooms, tower, observatory, bath room, scullery, and every convenience. A full quarter - acre, securely fenced, and planted with ornamental trees, etc. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from the Owner, to sell by auction, at their Rooms, The above well-finished and faithfullybuilt residence, which for position and splendid view cannot be surpassed. Furniture (at valuation, if desirable) can be inspected daily from 2 to 4 o’clock. Terms easy. SATURDAY. 22ad JUNE, 1860, At 11 o’clock. At the Provincial Yards, TEE WELL-KNOWN HUNTER “ HAMPDEN.” WEIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO., instructed by Mr Charles Samson, will sell by auction, at above time and place. The five-year-old gelding "Hampden,”a splendid hunter. SATURDAY, 22nd JUNE, At 12 o’clock. At Provincial Yards. MEDIUM DRAUGHT AND LIGHT HARNESS HORSES (broken and unbroken.) WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions from Messrs James Smith and Sons (Greenfield) to sell by auction, at above time and place, 5 medium draught and light harness horse?. Also, on account of Mr K. B. Ferguson, Waitati: 3 4-year-old draught colts (unbroken). SATURDAY, 22nd JUNE, At 12 o’clock. Unreserved Sale of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES AND JFLOWERING SHRUBS. Fruit Trees—Apples, pears, cherries, gooseberries, aud nuts. Ornamental Trees—Macrocarpa, insignia, larch, spruce, arborvitca, thuja?, lawsoniaua, and )linos of various kinds, Flowering shrubs, herbaceous plants, rosea, quicks, berberis, Darwinii, escallonia, etc, Ip C. REYNOLDS AND CO. lie have received instructions to sell as above, by auction, at their Rooms, Without reserve. TUESDAY, 25th JUNE, At 2 o’clock, At Rooms, High street. For Positive Sale. BEARSKIN A- WOLVERINE VICTORINES BEARSKIN BOAS FUR-LINED CLOAKS FUR CAPES RUGS, FURS Etc,, Etc,, Etc, A Choice Consignment, as above, of M. NBTTLEBBRG’S FUR EXHIBITS, as shown at the Melbourne Exhibition, 1889. First Order of Merit and First Prize, and pronounced the best exhibits of the kind shown at the Exhibition. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • are instructed by Mr M, Ncttleberg to sell the above Consignment at their Rooms, High street, on Tuesday, 25th June, at 2 o’clock. Catalogues will bo ready shortly. Furs On View Monday and date of sale. MONDAY, Ist JULY, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, High street. Important Sale of VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. By Order of tho Mortgagees. OCTAGON.-Section 43, Block XIV., Dunedin, frontage to Octagon. Full quarter-acre, and building leased by Messrs Corbett and Knox. ROYAL TERRACE. - Sections 19. 23, 24, Block XIX., Dunedin, fronting London street and Royal terrace, bounded at the back by the Town Belt; each containing quarter-acre, FORTH STREF.T.—Sections 53. 54, and 55, Block XXXVL, Dunedin; frontages both to Eden street and Forth street. Also, LOGAN’S POlNT.—Block of Land at Logan’s Point, containing 88 acres, and the valuable Quarry on the property. This block is eminently suited for cutting up, and, being warm and dry, would form one of our best townships. Each Section will be offered separately. EC. REYNOLDS AND 08. • are instructed to sell the above valuable properties by auction, at their Booms, High street, on Monday, Ist July, at 2 o’clock. Terms at sale, or from THE AUCTIONEERS. SATURDAY, 13th JULY, ' — At 12 o’clock, HARBOR BOARD LEASE. Block marked A on plan, situated at foot of Frederick street, adjoining Paterson’s Boatshed, containing 4§ acres, more or less. EC. REYNOLDS AND 08. • are instructed by the Otago Harbor Board to offer tho above lease at auction at their Rooms, High street, on Saturday, 13th July, at 12 o’clock. Further particulars from THE AUCTIONEERS, LOST AND FOUND. LOST, from Cavorsham, Blaok-and-tan Collio Dog; name, “Spring”; reward. If found in anyone’s possession after this date will be prosecuted. Andrew M’Gill, Sydney street, Caversham. LOST, between Rattray and St. David streets, Purse containing Money. Finder return to Patterson and M‘L c od. LOST— Any person having found a Stick with Ivory Handle at Curling Green, left there on Saturday, will oblige by returning same to John G. Moore (SargooJ, Son, and Ewen), High street. LOfeT, between Maori Hill and Octagon, Fur Cuff of Lady’s Jacket, Finder rewarded on returning sane to Mollison, Mills 1 and Co., George street,
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