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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7942, 25 June 1889
AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 26th JUNE, At 2 o’clock. HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE ANDEPPEOT3. JAMES SAMSON AND CO, have been favored with instructions from the Owner, who is leaving for Sydney, to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Hi* Household Furniture, including— Spring couch, 6 chairs (to match), carpets, hearthrugs, fender, flreirons, whatnot, cane chairs, chest of drawers, couch (in leather), perambulator, linoleum, pictures, ornaments, lamps, _ sewing machine, double and single iron and wooden bedsteads, bedding, dressing tables, washstands and ware, preserve pan, kitchen cupboard, earthenware, cooking utensils, washing appliances, portable copper boiler, inlaid oval table, garden tools, Etc., Etc., Etc. THURSDAY, 27th JUNE, At 2 o’clock, On the Premises, Olen road, Mornington (opposite Mr Bathgate’s property). JAMES SAMSON AND OC. have received instructions from Mrs Blandon (who is leaving for Yictoria) to sell by auction, Her Furniture and Effects, including— Couch, gent’s easy chair, lady’s do, small chairs, chests of drawers, gilt pier glass, round table, carpet, fender and irons, pictures, bookcase and books, iron bedsteads, spring and hair mattresses, washstands and wae, dressing tables, towel rail, commode, child’s high chair, washing machine, shop steps, garden tools, fowls, fire screen, kitchen furniture, cooking utensils, etc., etc., etc. THURSDAY, 27th JUNE, At 2 o’clock. On the Premises, Lawrence street, Mornington (adjoining the Wesleyan Church). Important Sale of VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Very handsome oak and morocco dining room suite, black-and-gold cabinet (hand-painted doors), mahogany extending dining table, walnut Sutherland table, pair hand-painted French vases, embroidered tapestry and lace curtains, Brussels carpet (18 x 15, extra quality), oil paintings, placques, ornaments, Austrian cane chairs, Austrian cans rocker, handsome oak sideboard (mirror back), superior velvet pile carpet (18 x 12), red pine hat and umbrella stand, handsome brass • mounted bedsteads, spring mattresses, bolsters, pillows, exceptionally lymdsome oak and walnut bedroom suite of 9 pieces, fenders and irons, curtains, tables, chairs, lamps, etc.; also, a quantity of napery and kitchen utensils, garden tools, etc., etc. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • have received instructions from Ur F. J. Hopkin to sell the above by auction, on the Premises, as above, on Thursday, 27th June, at 2 o’clock.
On view morning of sale. MONDAY, Ist JULY, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, High street. Important Sale of VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. By Order of the 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 STREET.—Sections 53. 54, and 55, Block XXXVI., 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 00. • are instructed to sell the above valuable properties by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Monday, Ist July, at 2 o’clock. Terms at sale, or from THE AUCTIONEERS. MONDAY, Ist JULY, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, High street. VALUABLE FREEHOLD TOWN PROPERTIES. By Order of the Bank. QUEEN STREET. Section 12, block XXXII., Dunedin, full quarter-acre, with house mbstantially built by Mr O’Driscoll, containing 8 rooms, bathroom, scullery, and pantry; also all necessary outhouses. The garden is beautifully laid out and well kept. View unsurpassed in Dunedin. The back adjoins Town Belt. ROYAL TERRACE.—Sections2s, 26, 27. and 24a, block 19, Dunedin, with frontage to Royal terrace of 333 feet. Threefullquarter-acres. Back adjoins Town Belt. Sections offered separately, and if not sold will be offered in one block. WARRINGTON.—AIIotment 36, containing 1 acre 2 roods 17 poles, fronting the railway. Titles under Land Transfer Act. EC. REYNOLDS AND GO. • are instructed to sell the above freehold properties, at their Booms, High street, Dunedin, on Monday, Ist July, at 2 o’clock. 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 CO. • are instructed by the Otago Harbor Board to offer the above lease at auction at their Rooms, High street, on Saturday, 13th July, at 12 o’clock. Further particulars from THE AUCTIONEERS. FRIDAY, 28th JUNE, At 11 o’clock. At the Southern Repository (next Watson’s, coachbu'dder), Princes street south. SUPERIOR DAIRY STOCK, Etc.
WRIGHT. STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions from A. W, Lone, Esq. (who is leaving for England), to sell by auction, at above time and place, 8 first-class dairy cows, in full milk and near calving (all guaranteed sound) Reid and Gray’s swing plough (almost new) Milk refrigerator (complete), and about 300 ft galvanised iron piping; turnip pulper, Planet hoeing and sowing machine, Langshan fowls, saddle and bridle, etc. Also, ICO Taieri and Peninsula Milk Supply Company’s shares. These are paying 10 per cent, dividend, and entitle holder to supply milk to the Dairy, The cows are an exceptionally choice lot, since Mr Lorie has spared no expense in getting them together. MEETINGS. KEEP-IT-DARK QUARTZ MINING COMPANY. Dunedin shareholders are requested to Meet at Watson’s Hotel on WEDNESDAY EVENING, at 8,30, to consider proposal For Sale. JAMES SMITH, THE RESERVOIR. r A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the NORTH DUNEDIN DRILL-SHED ON THURSDAY, JUNE 27th, At 8 o’clock, to discuss steps to be taken respecting the dangerous state of the Ross Creek Reservoir. Citizens, it concerns you all. 6. P. CLIFFORD, Convener. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, S Gentlemen Boarders: com* fortable, quiet home; terms moderate. Mrs Edwards, London Bouse, Cargill street,.,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7942, 25 June 1889
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