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AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 6th JULY, 1889, At II o’clock, HORSE ~H ORS BS. provinoiaxTsaleyards. H driver” and son • have received instructions from various owners to sell, as above, On account of Mr O. M'Oregor: 7 first-class draught mares and geldings, young and sound, and guaranteed staunch. Account of Mr F. Atkinson: 5 fresh young mares and geldings, suitable for hacks, spring carts, trams, etc. Account of Messrs Jas. Duthie and do.: 4 very superior draught mares and geldings, any trial. Account F. Meenan; 1 superior spring-van geldiog, good worker. Account of a Gentleman leaving the Province: 1 grey cob, really gocd and handsome hack 1 bay hack, good paces and rued to carry 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,{East Taieri: 1 spring-cart horse, any trial Account of various owners: 8 light-harness mares and gelding. On accouirt of Mr G. Curtis, Inver.-argill: 1 horse, spring-cart, and harness 2 superior backs. TO HORSE BREEDERS, DEALERS, CONJ TRACTORS. AND OTHERS. OPENING OF THE DUNEDIV HORSE SALEYARD, Maclaggan and High streets (just above the Arcade). WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. beg to intimate to Owners and Buyers of Horses and the Public generally that they will open their New Yard, to be known as THE DUNEDIN HORSE SALBYaRD, ON SATURDAY, 6th JULY, At noon, And thereafter they will sell regularly at the same place, every Saturday, at the same hour. In opening their New Paleyard they would gratefully acknowledge the very liberal support accorded to them for a period of nearly 30 years. In order to merit a continuance of that patronage, and to supply a very long-felt want (the old yards being too small for the trade), they resolved to build the NEW SALEYARD, now almost complete, and which for substantiality, loftiness, spaciousness, and general suitability for the proper carrying on of the HORSE TRADE, has no equal in the Australasian colonies. Having written in such high terms of the excellence of the Yards, they trust all who can be present at the Opening Sale will come to see the Yard for themselves, when they will recognise that the description given is fully warranted by the reality. SATURDAY, 6th JULY, At 12 o’clock noon. At the DUNEDIN HORSE SALEYARD, Maclaggan and High streets (above the Arcade). OPENING SALE AT THE NEW YARD. FIRST-CLASS DRAUGHT AND LIGHT; HARNESS HORSES. WRIGHT. STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions from the undermentioned Owners to sell by auction. At the DUNEDIN HORSE SALEYARD (the New Yard), on Saturday, 6th July, at 12 o’clock noon, Ou account of Messrs Murray, Roberts, and 00,, Tkieri: A team of 4 first-class Clydesdale mares and geldings, dray and harness, complete 1 first-class bay carriage horse 1 superior hunter—Patrick. For another up-country Client: 1 grand upstanding bay carriage gelding, rising 4 yrs, by Old Stonnbird 1 very good lady’s hack, by Rosebery, from Traduoet—Virginia. On account of Mr H F. Edmiston, South Canterbury: 1 superior bay gelding, quiet in harness, rising 4 yrs, of the well-known “ Bell ” brand, sire Ham, dam Raspberry. Cn account of Mr A. Christie, Brighton: 1 really first-class heavy draught mare, 4 yrs old. On account of Peter M‘Gill, Esq., Tokomairiro; 4 very stylish upstanding bay carriage horses, young and thoroughly broken in. On account of David Grant, Esq., Granton: 4 superior Oiydeadale three and four-year* old mares and geldings 2 thoroughbred mares. On account of Mr Wm. Alexander: 10 first-class draught and light-harness horses, On account of Mr J. P. Chalmers, Milton: 1 really first-class heavy draught mare, 6 yrs old ; any trial. On account of Mr 0. J. Sutton, Puerua: 2 really first-class heavy draught horses.] For another up-country Client: 4 first-class heavy draught horses; any trial SATURDAY, 6th JULY, At 12 o’clock noon. At the Dunedin Horse Saleyards, and High streets (above the Arcade), HEAVY EXPRESS WAGGON. T¥7 RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO, it have received instructions from Mr Thomas Gordon, Mosgiel, to sell, at above time and place, One heavy express waggon, fitted with seats; will carry from 25 to 30owt. On account of James Allan, Esq , Hepehill : A team of 3 magnificent Clydesdale geldings, prize hones S very heavy three-year-old drarght colts (unbroken), by Lord Salisbury—Wait-a-Wee and What’s Wanted. SATURDAY, 6th JULY, At 2 o’clock. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mr Bulderwiok 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 of drawers, cedar oheffunier, black-and-gold pier-glass, walnut occasional table, walnut music canterbury, Brussel* carpet, hearthrug, fender and fireirous, linoleum,pictures, ornaments, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring mattress, bedding, marbletop washstauds and ware, dressing tables, red pine wardrobe, bedroom chest of drawers, carpet, kitchen sofa, chain, 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. Also, 1 Singer and 1 Wertheim sewing machine (both in good order). - SATURDAY EVENING, At 6 o’clock. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Drapery, hosiery, clothing, fancy goods, boots and shoes, and other articles too numerous to particularise. No reserve. SATURDAY, 6th JULY, • _ At 2 o’clock. e*’ 4 r*J OH N "s~ AND CO. • have received instructions from Mr Clark to sell by auction at their Rooms, Rattray street, His .Household Furniture, comprising— Couch and gent’s easy chair (in leather), suit in hj. hair, iron bedstead and h.h. mattress, pictures, mantel mirror, cane chairs, table, washstauds and ware, fender, fireirons, hearthrug, oatpet, oilcloth (15ft x 12ft), crockery, etc; 6.30. Boots (all sizes), crockery, drapery, groceries % violins, watches, ° Etc,, etc.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 7951, 5 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Evening Star, Issue 7951, 5 July 1889