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AUCTIONS. POSTPONED TO MONDAY, Ist JULY, At 12 o'clock, On account of non-arrival of Bteamer. SIX HUNDRED SUPERIOR FRUIT TREES, AMERICAN TREES AND BHRT7BS, THORN, QUICK I ', AND MISCELLANEOUS PLANTS From Bolton's Nursery, Nelson. rAMES A. PARK AND 00. have received instructions from Mr S. Bolton, of Nelson, to sell on Monday, A choice assortment of Fruit Tree* in great variety, Plants and Shrubs of all kinds. MONDAY, Ist JULY, At half-past 2 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. ONIS HUNDRED TONS MAURITIUS Jiwt Lauded, o\ L'Art.ignan. TAMES A. PA UK AND GO. " have, received instruction;] from Messrs Hogg, Huwison, Nicol, and Co. to offer for tale by auction, at their Room*', on Monday, at half-past two o'clock, About 100 tons Mauritius Sugars, counting of finest sat)wdroi>f=, fine to finest whites; also, brewers' crystals. Samples at Rooms. TUESDAY. 2nd JULY, At 12 o'clock. To Investors, Speculators, and other*. CITY OF DUNEDIN PROPERTIES (Situate in George street and King street), with HOTEL BUILDINGS, SHOPS, AND COTTAGES. JAMES A. PARK AND 00. have received instructions from the Proptietor to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, at an early date, » The following valuable City Properties : LOT 1-The Unexpired Term of Lease (to 31st December, 1896) of part of Section 4, Block XXI., Dunedin, having a frontage of 33ft to George street, by a depth of 165 ft, together with the Buildings thereon, at present occupied by Mr Goodman, Mrs Constantine, and Mrs Litzenberg. LOT 2-The Unexpired Term of Lease (to Ist July, 1894) of part of Sections 61 and 65, Block XX., George street, Dunedin, together with the five Shops and Oottagea thereon, occupied by Fagan, Sheran, Petcbgood, Choo Quee, and others. LOT 3-The Unexpired Term of Lease (to 31st December, 1897) of Sections 7,14, and 15, and put of Sections 6 and 8, Block XXI., George street and Great Kine street, Dunedin, on which aia erected substantial brick hotel bntldings known as Nelson's Empire Hotel, and five Brick Shops, occupied by Duthic (confectioner), Millar, Dunaiis, and others; also, Brick Factory at rear, occapied by "Wilkinson; and 26 Cottages facing right-of-way and Great King street. TUESDAY, 2nd JULY, at 12 o'clock. In Rooms, Mans* street.

IREEHOLD PROPERTIES. „■ Port; Chalmers, Greytown, and Purakanui. LOT I—Sections 3GG 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 XiV., Greytown, 2 rood?. LOT 4-Sections 3 and 18, bIocKXIV., Greytown, 2 roods. LOT 5 -Sections 15 to 18, block VI., Greytown, 1 acre. Sections 31 to 34, block VI., Greytown, 1 acre. LOT6—Section3o, blockllf., ttalaclava, jj-acre. LOT 7—Section 43, Purakanul, 2 rood?, 18 poles. For further particulars apply to Mr JOHN WILKINSON, tolicitor, cr to JAMES A. PARK AND CO. FARM FOR SALF. 'AMIS A. PA.RK AND (JO. are instructed by Mr Shaw to offer for Private Salo tint desirable Property, containing 8 acres, at Cbalmcreton, Wakari, Roslyn (opposite Aehburn Hall), with 5-roomed Cottage, Byre, Stable, and Outbuildings, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, at 1 o'clock. In Rooms. 39 George street. r CAMPBELL AND CO. • have been instructed to sell by auction. Furniture, including chests of drawers, iron and wooden bedsteads and bedding, spring mattiesesßee, horsehair sofa and chairs, couohes, tables, sofas, chairs, tea in any quantities cutlery, china, etc, etc.; also a range, oilcloth, carpet, etc. TUESDAY, 2nd JULY, At 1 o'clock sharp. At North-east Valley. Clearing Sale of HORSES, OATTLK, PIGS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Etc. .RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. ' have received instructions from Mr A. Watt to sell by auction, at above time, at his Farm, Pleiasant View, Watt's road, North-east Valley, The whole of his Stook, without reserve, as follows: 2 splendid epiing-cart horses 25 head first-class dairy cows, in full milk, and near calving ~ 1 shorthorn bull 3 pigs 1 spring cart (nearly new) and 2 sets harness About 50 tons turnips Plough, set of harrows and harness, sledge, two pumps 250 ft galvanised pipe*, 35-gallon boiler Snddle 200 empty sacks, feed tubs and boxc°, dairy utensils, etc. FRIDAY, sth JULY, 1889, At 2 o'slock. VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLD. HE PERPETHAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, ZEALAND, LIMITED, have received ins true turns to offer by public auction, at their Rooms, Rattray and Vogel streets, on Friday, sth July, at 2 o clock, All that Parcel of Land, containing 2 roods, more or lees, being Sections 32 and 33, Block XVIII, Town of Dunedin, having frontages of 250 links to Cargill street and 200 links to Albert street, subject to existing tenancies. The Auctioneers would draw speoial attention to the above sale, as it is seldom an opportunity occurs of obtaining a freehold in this locality. For particulars and conditions apply to THE AUCTIONEERS.

PROVINCIAL HORSE SALEYARDS. To Breeders, Carriers, Dealers, and others. IH£ Undersigned beg to announce that they have secured those CENTRAL and LONG-ESTABLISHED SALEYARDS so well known as THE PROVINCIAL SALE YARD*, Stafford street, and will continue to hold regular Sales of Horses, etc., Every Saturday, commencing at 11 o'clock on SATURDAY, 6ih JULY, 18S9. The Yardß will be put in thorough good order, with every convenience for bo»h buyer and seller; and the undersigned venture to hope that by conducting the business with energy and upon strictly impartial lines to secure a continuance of the connection r.o lorg established at these well-known Yards. H. DRIVER. AND SON, AUCTIONEERS AND STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Pwtedin, sfth June, 1899.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 7946, 29 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 7946, 29 June 1889

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