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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7950, 4 July 1889
AUCTIONS. FRIDAY. sth JULY, At 11 o'clock. UNRESERVED SALE cr 161 cases prime Orange?. 10 cases Lemons. 7 cases Fines. Fx Te Anau. C. REYNOLDS AND 00. will sell, as above, at Rooms, Bigh SATURDAY, 13th JULY, At 12 o'clock. HARBOR BOARD LEASE. Block marked Aon plan, situated at foot of Frederick Btreet, adjoining Paterson's Boatshed, containing 4£ acres, more or lesß. 0. 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. sth JULY, At 2 o clock. ENRY~ LARNBR . will soil by auction, at his Room?, Rattray street, next Bank New Zealand, Household Furniture, consisting of— Tiano by Haakc, chest of drawers, horsehair couch, suite in silk tapestry and plush, Vienna chairs, tapestry carpet, wool rug, clock, b.m. iron bedstead, Arabian wood bedstead, spring mattross, music canterbury, mahogany tabic, bookcase, cedar cbeffouier. whatnot, looking glass, fender and irons, otficc stove, dresser, portable boiler, Jockey stove, rango fire-guard, duchesso dressing table and washstand; also leather suite and kitchen sundries. SATURDAY, 6th JULY, 1889, At 11 o'clock^ HORSEsT HORSES. Provincial Saleyard*. DRIVER AND SON have received instructions from various owners to sell, as above, On account of Mr O. M'Gregor: 7 first-cla°s draught mares and geldings, young and sound, and guaranteed staunch. Account of Mr P. Atkinson: 5 fresh young mares and geldings, suitable for hacks, spring carts, trams, etc Account of Messrs Jas. Duthie and Ob.: 4 very superior draught mares and geldings, any trial. ■ i Account F. Meenan: 1 superior spring-van gelding, good worker, Account of a Gentleman leaving the Province: 1 grey cob, really gocd and handsome hack 1 bay hack, good paces and used to carry lady. Account Mr H. Green : 1 draught gelding, very good, any trial. Account of Mr Alex. M'Pherson: 1 bay pony mare, very fast trotter 1 bay gelding, really good hack. On account of Mr Thos. Kirk, EastTaieri: 1 spring-cart horse, any trial. Account of various owners: 8 light-harness mares and gelding. On accouirt of Mr G. Curtis, Invercargill: 1 horse, spring-cart, and harness 2 superior hacks. SATURDAY, 6th JULY, At 2 o'clock. AMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mr Bulderwick to sell by auction, at their Rooms, His Furniture and Effects, etc., including— Haircloth suite (9 pieces), parlor suite (in tapestry), cedar 100 table, full Scotch chest ef drawers, cedar cheffonier, blaok-and-gold pier-glass, walnut occasional table, walnut music canterbmy, Brussels carpet, hearthrug, fender and fireirons, linoleum.pictures, ornaments, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring mattress, bedding, marbletop washhtands and ware, dressing tables, red pine wardrobe, bedroom chest of drawers, carpet, kitchen sofa, chairs, tables, portable boiler, cooking stove, plunge bath, fruit trees, fowls; also books, including 14 vols. History of Freemasonry, 7 vols. Soudan War, Life of Christ, World of Wonders, Cities and Peoples, etc, etc., etc.
PRELIMINARY NOTICE. CITY LEASEHOLD HOTEL PROPERTIES. For Sale by Auction. The QUEEN'S ARMS HuTEL, Princes street, and the ROBERT BURNS HOTEL, George street, Dnnedin. AMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions to sell the above by auction, at their Rooms, on Tuesday, 30th July. Particulars in future issue. All information from Messrs CALLAN and GALLAWAY, solicitors; or THE AUCTIONEERS. SATURDAY, 6th JULY, At 2 o'clock, la Rooms, Mango street. PRIZE CANARIES AND POULTRY. AMES A. PARK AND CO. arc instructed by Mr P. H. Luscoiub to sell by auotion, on Saturday, 100 prize canaries 6 ~ Langshan roosters 10 „ game do Just anived. SATURDAY, 6th JULY, At 11 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. 17 cases Cheese 10 cwt Onions 5 cwt Rolled Bacon 20 cases Apples, AMES A. PARK AND CO. TUESDAY, 9th JULY, At 1 o'clock. On the Premises, Port Chalmers. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNTTUBF. Handsome drawing room suite in velvet) BrusEi 1 < carpet, hearthrug, fenders and steel flreironp, oval cedar table, gipsy table and mountingp, black-and-gold pierglaßS, ornaments and vaser, coal scuttle and saoop, wool rug's, walnut worktable, curtains and curtain poles, oil paintings, massive and superior double half-tester bedstead, with electro-plated rails and nobs, valuable spring mattress, hair mattress, blankets, handsome red pine toilet table (on castors) and glass, double washstand to match, set of toilet ware, fender and placed irons, cheffouer, pierglass' bedroom carpet. Vienna chairs, curtains, linoleum, dinner and tea ware, E.P. cruet, pictures, crystal, kitchen furniture, scullery utensils, furnace and copper, patent wringer, etc. All in splendid order, if have received instructions from Lieutenant A. R. Lodder (who is leaving for Wellington) to sell by auction, at his residence, Mansfoid To»n, Port Chalmers, on Tuesday, 9th July, at 1 o'clock, the whole of his Household Furniture and Effects, as above, without reserve.
On view on Monday and day of sale. WEDNESDAY, 10th JULY, at 12 o'clock In Booms, Manse street. To Manufacturers, Storekeepers, and Contractors. LARGE BBIOK BUILDINC, Clarke street (off High street). Al«>, TWO FREEHOLD SECTIONS AND COTTAGE, The Glen Estate, near the Tram. - TAMES A, FARE AND 00. have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, on Wednesday:— Lot I.—The unexpiied term of lease of part of section 43, block VII,, having a frontage of 85ft lOin to Clarko street by a depth of 61ft, together with the commodious brick building thoreou. Tho ground rent of this properly is only LlO per annum, with full valuation for buildings at end < f term. Being convenient to the City it is well adapted for a large factory, workshop, or store. Lot 2.—Being sections 37 and 38, fronting Marybill terrace, Glen Estate, together with comfortable cottage thereon; close to Mornington tramway. For full particulars apply to „ THE AUCTIONEERS. FARM FOR SALF. AMES A, pTrK AND 00. are instructed by Mr Shaw to offer for Private Sale that dcwrablo Property, containing 8 acres, at Ohalmerston, Wakarl, Roslyn (opposite Ashburn Hall), with b'-rcomed Cottage, Byre, Stable, and Outbuildings.
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