AUCTIONS. TO MOkKOW (THURSDAY), At 12 o'clock. Under Distraint for Er-nt. On the Premises, next Glube Hotf), Princes street south. , M. S 1' R D D I N O • is instructed by Mr Chas. Brown (Bailiff) co sel', on the Premises, as above, Tomorrow, at 12 o'clock, Tenants' fixtures and sundries. Without reserve. THURSDAY. 27th JUNE, At 2 p.m. At Farmers' Agency Company's New Stores, Cumberland street. OHN GRINDLEY r (on bthalf of the F.A.C., Ltd.) will sell as above, 15 tons potatoes 100 sacks fowl teed r>oo „ oats 25 packages batter 5 tons chaff. THURSDAY, 27th JUNE, At 2 o'clock. On the rremiscs, 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, ornament.', Austrian cane chairs, Austrian cane rocker, handsome oak sideboard (mirror back), superior velvet pile carpet (18 x 12), red piie hat and umbrella stand, handsome brass - mounted bedsteads, spring mattresses, bolsters, pillows, exceptionally handsome oak and walnut bedroom suite of !) 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 Mr F. J. Hopkin to sell the above by auction, on the Premises, as above, on Thursday, 27th June, at 2 o'clock. On viow morning of sale. 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 Ah 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 sharp. At Sheds, Cross "Wharf. Ex D'ARTAGNAN. ABOUT 40 TONS SUGAP, Finest Greys to Finest Whites (slightly damaged). 1 C. REYNOLDS AND CO. i» are instructed by Messrs A. S. Pateison and Co. to sell the above sugar by auction, at the cross wharf, on Friday, 28th June, at 11 o'clock sharp. THURSDAY, 27th JUNE, At 2,30 p.m. sharp. "AMES A. PARK AND fio, tl will sell by auction, at Samuel Orr and Oo.'s Store, Stafford street, 1,000 sacks oats 500 sacks wheat—milling and fowl feed 100 Backs barky—milling and feed 180 sacks prime Oamaru Dcrwent potatoes 50 kegs and boxes prime salt butter 100 cheeses 10 kegs Loch Fyne salt herrings. SATURDAY. 29th JUNE, At 2 o'clock. Important Sale of SIX HUNDRED SUPERIOR FRUIT TREESAMERICAN TREES AND SHRUBS, THORN,'QUICK\ AND MISCELLANEOUS PLANTS. From Bolton's Nursery, Nelson. In splendid order. TAMES A. PARK AND 00. ) have received instructions from Mr S. Bolton, of Nelson, to sell by auction, on Saturday, A choice assortment of Fruit Trees in great variety, Plants and Shrubs of all kinds. On view on Saturday morning. TUESDAY, 2nd JULY, At 12 o'clock,
To Investors, Speculators, and others. CITY OF DUNEDIN PKOPERTIES (Situate in George street and King street}, with HOTEL BUILDINGS, SHOPS, AND COTTAGES. tf have received Instructions from the Proprietor to sell by auction, at tbeir Roomr, Manse street, at an early date, The following valuable Oity Properties : LOT I—The Unexpired Term of Lease (to Slst December, 1597) of part of Section 4, Block XXI., Dunedin, having & frontage of 33ft to George street, by adepth of 165 ft, together with the Buildings thereon, at present occupied by Mr Goodman, Mrs Constantino, and Mrs Litzenberg. LOT 2—The Unexpired Term of Lease (1o Ist July, 1894) of part of Sections C 4 and C.i, Block XX., George street, Dunedin, together with the five Shops and Cottages thereon, occupied Ly Fagan, Sheran, Petchgood, Choo Quee, and others, LOT 3-The Unexpired Term of Lease Cto> 31st December, 1897) of Sections 7,14, and 15, and part of Sections 6 and 8, Block XXI., George street and Great Bine street, Dunedin, en which ai« erected substantial brick hotel buildings known as Nelson's Empire Hote', and five Briok Shops, occupied by Dutkie (confectioner), Millar, Dupuis, and others; also, Brick Factory at rear, occipied by Wilkinson; and 2ft Cottages facing right-of-way and Great King street.
TUESDAY, 2nd JULY, at 12 o'clock, la Rooms, Mans* street. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. Port Chalmers, Greytown, and Purakanui. LOT I—Sections 36G and 367, fronting South Terrace, Port Chalmers, containing 2 roods and 3 poles. LOT 2-Sections 376, 377, 378, 379, Victory place, Port Chalmers, containing 3 roods and 38 poles. LOT 3-Sections 5 and 16, block X.V. t Greytown, 2 roods. LOT 4-Sectionß 3 and 18, block*XlV.> Greytown, 2 roods. LOT 5 -Sections 15 to 18, block VI., Greytown, 1 acre. Sections 31 to St, block VI., Greytown, 1 acre. LOT 6—Section 36, block 111., Balaclava, £ acre. LOT 7—Section 43. Purakanui, 2 roods, 18 pole* For further particulars apply to Mr JOHN WILKINSON, folicitor, or to TAMES A. PARE AND OOt FRIDAY, 28th JUNE, At 2 o'clock. ENRY LABNBR l_ will sell by auction, at Ms new Rooms, Rattray street (next Bank of New Zealand), Household Furniture, consisting of— Suite in leather, iron and wood bedsteads, bedding, spring mattress, perambulator,, duchesse drawers and glass in r.p., bookcase, tea set, crockery, oil paintings, whatnot, chest of drawer?, Austrian chairs, filter, tapestry carpet, oilcloth, linoleum, and sundries. Also, 3 dozen decanters, bookbinding machine, 9 ranges, case currycomb?, 60 doz«n crockery dolls, Milner's safe, etc,
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