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AUCTIONS. MONDAY, Bth JULY, At 2 o'clock. r J0 H N~S~ AND 00. auction, at their Rooms, Rattray street, The furniture of a 4-roomed house. Also, oilcloth, sewing machine, crockery, bedding, etc. etc. Altoi about 500 pair boots {all sisea), dra p«ry f clothing, etc., etc. MONDAY and TUESDAY, Bth and 9th JULY, at 1 o'clock, in rooms. 39 George street. J CAMPBELL AND 00. have been m tottuoted to'seUby auctaon chests of spring mattresses, tablta, sofas, chairr, fenders and flreiroßS, wardrobe, waxcloth, washstand of tea and drapery. TUESDAY, 9th JLi<X, At 1 o'clock, On the Premises, Port Chalmers. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Handsome drawing room suite in velvet, Brussels carpet, hearthrug, fenders and steel ireirons, oval cedar table, gipsy table and mountings, black-and-gold pierglass, ornaments and vases, coal scuttle and scoop, wool rugs, walnut worktable, curtains and ourtaitr poles, oil paintings, massive and 1 superior double half-tester bedstead, with electro-plated rails and nobs, valuable liliMMl'lP double washstand to match, set of toilet ware, fender and plated irons, cbeffouier, pierglass bedroom carpet. Vienna chairs, curtains, linoleum, dinner and tea ware, B.P. cruet, pictureF, crystal, kitchen furniture, scullery uiensuf, furnace and copper, patent wringer, etc. All in splendid order. JAMES A. pTkK AND CO. have received instructions from Lieutenant A. R. Lodder (who is leaving for Wellington) tosell by auction, at his residence, Mansford Town, Port Chalmers, on Tuesday, 9th July, at 1 o'clock, the whole of his Household Furniture and Effectß, as above, without reserve. On view on Monday and day of sale. WEDNESDAY, 10th JULY, at 12 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. To Manufacturers, Storekeepers, and Cantractors. LARGE BRICK BUILDING, Clarke street (off High street). Also, TWO' FREEHOLD SECTIONS AND COTTAGE, The Glen Estate, near the Tram. fAMES A. PARK AND GO. auction, at their Rooms, on Wednesday:— Lot I.—The unexplied term of lease of part of section 43, block VII., having a frontage of 35ft Win to Clarke street by a depth of 61ft, together with the commodious brick building: thereon. The ground rent of this property is« only LlO per annum, with full valuation for buildings at end < f term. Being convenient tothe 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 Morningtoa tramway. For full particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. THURSDAY, Uth JULY, At 2 o clock. On Premises, Queen street. SUPERIOR HOUSBHOLD FURNITURE. Valuable Cottage Piano, by Bord. Tapestry carpet, drawing room suite in damask, walnut occasfosal table, walnut worktable, pier-glass, ormolu clock under shade* lustres, corner brackets, coal vase, oval table and cover, brass half-tester bedstead and hangings, chest drawers, red pine toilet table and washstand, toilet ware, mahogany toilet glass, single iron bedßteads and spring mattresses, oilcloth, earthenware and crystal, set of dish covers, kitchen fnrniture, long zino bath, furnace and boiler, wringer, etc., etc. JAMES A. PARK AND 00. are instructed by Mrs Ballam (who i» leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, at -her residence, Queen street (off Union street), on Thursday, The above household furniture and effects. On view on Wednesday and day of sale. FRIDAY 12th JULY, At 2 o'clock. COSTLY HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Consisting of MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE: (by Oollard and Collard), , Full Trichord, Oblique Action. Massive Oak Extending Table, Heavy Oak Sideboard (with mirror back). Oak Lining Room Suite (in Morocco leather), Oak Dinner Waggea. TABLE CRYSTAL AND E.P. WARE Very Superior and Large DINING ROOM BRUSSELS CARPET. Large Gilt Overmantel. Costly and Handsome DOULTON WARE DINNER SERVICE. VERY LARGE MARBLE CLOCK, RARE OILPAINTINGS. Superior Brussels Stair Carpet and Hall Table. Plush Wall Placques (with painted centres). Mirror Brackets. Gipßy Tables, Ladies' Occasional Chairs, Couch and Easy Chairs (in tapestryX Xfcu#ins, Large Japanese Vases and Bric-a-Brac , BEDROOM FURNITURE, .Consisting of— , Velvet Pile Carpet. Double Half-tester Brass-mounted Bedsteads and Hangings, Spring Bed, Bedroom Couch, and robe, Mahogany Washstand (marble top), Mottled Kauri Chest Drawers, Handsome Toilet Ware, Nursery Furniture. AMES A. PARK AND CO. have received instructions from A- E. Thomson, Efq. (who is leaving for England), to sell by auction, at his residence, Manor place, on Friday, The above Household Furniture, Piano, etc, On View on Morning of Sale Only. Catalogues on Wednesday. SATURDAY, 13th JULY, At 2 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. A LARGE COLLECTION OF VALUABLE BOOKS. AMES A. PARK AND CO. TUESDAY, 9th JULY, At 2 o'clock. At Booms, High street. Important Sale of SUPERIOR ENGLISH-MADE FURNITURE Handsome oak sideboard (mirror back), superior oak and leather dining room suite, handsomely • carved walnut sideboard (bevel plates), walnut carpet folding chairs, massive dark oak suite in green leather, Bft bagatelle biard, settee suite in tapestry and plush, walnut card tables, walnut suite in tapestry and plush, davenport, whatnots, ches3 and occasional tables, blaok-and-gold and walnut ovennintels, tapestry and plush folding chairs, walnut cabinet, biaokets, whatnots, music canterbury and piano strols, rosewood corner table, oak and mahogany hat and umbrella stands, ash bed. room suite, walnut and mahogany duohesse toilet tables and washstand (marble tops), carpets and hearthrugs, cutlery, coal boxes, brass fire rests and fireirons. etc., etc, etc. Also, 3 office desks. EC. REYNOLDS AND GO, • have received instructions to sell ly auction, at their Booms, High street, on Toesday, 9th July, at 2 o'clock, the above consignment of valuable furniture specially imported to suit the market. Oa view Monday and day of sale. SATURDAY. 13th JULY, At 13 o'clock. HARBOR BOARD LEASE. Block marked A on plan, situated at foot [ of Frederick street, adjoining PaterI son's Boatehed, containing 4$ acres, I more or less. C. REYNOLDS AND CO. ift are instructed by the Otago Harbor Board to offer the above lease at auotion at their Rooms, High street, on Saturday, 13th ' i.Tnlv at 19 a'ala/ilt r Further particulars frcm THE AUCTIONEERS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 7952, 6 July 1889

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