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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7953, 8 July 1889
AUCTIONS. TUESDAY, 9th JULY, At 1 o’clock. SUPERIOR RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS, Mansion! Town, Fort Chalmers, JAMBS A. PARE AND 00. have received instructions from Captain Goldie to tell by auction on the Premises on Tuesday, The unexpircd term of lease of section 2, block 1,, Mansford Town, containing one acre, together with the comfortable 6-roomed residence and eut-build-inga thereon, now in the occupation of Lieutenant A. R. Lodder. This property is beautifully situated, having a charming view of the Lower Harbor and Heads. As a summer residence it is unequalled. The lease is a Dunedin Corporation one, having 18 years to run. Ground rent, L 6 per annum, with full valuation at end of term. Terms: £ cash, balance in 2 years. TUESDAY, 9th JULY, At 1 o’clock, On the Premises, Fort Chalmers. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Handsome drawing room suite in velvet, Brussels carpet, hearthrug, fenders and steel fireirons, oval cedar table, gipsy table and mountings, black-and-gold pierglass, ornaments and vases, coal scuttle and scoop, wool rugs, 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 plated irons, cheffonier, pierglass bedroom carpet. Vienna chairs, curtains, linoleum, dinner and tea ware, E.P. cruet, pictures, crystal, kitchen furniture, ccnllery utensils, furnace and copper, patent wringer, etc. All in splendid order. JAMES A. PARE AND CO. have received instructions from Lieutenant A. R. Lodder (who is leaving for Wellington) to sell by auction, at his residence, Mansford Town, Port Chalmers, on Tuesday, 9th Jnly, 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 Rooms, Manse street. To Manufacturers, Storekeepers, and Contractors. LARGE BRICK BUILDING, Clarke street (off High street). Also, TWO FREEHOLD SECTIONS AND COTTAGE, The Glen Estate, near the Tram. JAMES A. PARE AND CO. have received instructions to sell hy auction, at their Rooms, on Wednesday:— Lot I.—The unexpued term of lease of part of section 43, block VII., having a frontage of 35ft lOin 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 cf term. Being convenient to the City it is well adapted for a large factory, workshop, or store, Lot 2.—Being sections 87 and 38, fronting Maryhill terrace, Glen Estate, together with comfortable cottage thereon; close to Mornington tramway. For full particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. TUESDAY, 9th JULY, At 2 o’clock. Henry larnbr will sell by auction, at his Rooms, nest Bank Now Zealand, Household Furniture, consisting of— Suite in haircloth, fnll-Scotch chest of drawers in red pine, duebesse dressing table and washstand, cheffonier, bookcase, conch, dining table, tapestry carpet, hearthrug, fender and irons, brass-mounted bedstead, spring mattress and bedding, Vienna and other chairs, kitchen tables and chairs, portable boiler, range, looking glass, 2 children’s cots, colonial sofa, Indian and Japanese goods, crockery, glass, kitchen dresser, etc., etc. HENRY LARNBR, Auctioneer, Rattray street (nest Bank of New Zealand), has For Private Sale—Valuable Steam Merry-go-Round, with 40 horses. 4 large Carriages, 3 horse power Engine and everything complete (sure fortune to energetic man); also, Organ, working by steam (all instructions as to working and fixing given). All particulars on application to Henry Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. TUESDAY, 9th JULY, At 2,30 sharp. GRAIN SALE. - JOHN GRINDLEY s| (on behalf Farmers’ Agency Company I Ld.) will sell by auction at their new Stores, Cumberland street (adjoining the new railway bridge), at J past 2 o’clock sharp—--1,200 sacks milling and feed oats 250 „ long Tartarian (seed) 260 ~ fowl wheat 500 „ milling wheat 150 „ ryegrass seed 2 trucks chaff 30 sacks Italian 2 tons carrots 1 ton turnips 50 packages butter 200 sacks barley. WEDNESDAY, 10th JULY, At 2 o’clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. JAMES SAMSGN AND GO. have received instructions from Mrs Wallace to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Her Household Furniture, including— Parlor suite in hair (mahogany frame), large mahogany 100 table, fender and fireirons, Brussels carpet, hearthrug, timepiece, vases, ornaments, pictures, cheffonier, walnut whatnot, music canter - buiy, walnut oval table, doable and single iron bedsteads, spring mattresses, flock ditto, marble-top washstand and ware, dressing-tables, looking-glasses, duebesse drawers and glass, wardrobe, chest of drawers, dining table, cane and Vienna chairs, bedroom carpets, linoleum, passage floorcloth kitchen furniture, cutlery, china and glass ware, cooking utensils, copper, boiler, sundries, etc., etc., etc. TUESDAY, 30th JULY, 1889, ■ At 2 o’clock. To Hotelkeepers, Speculators, and Others. For Absolute Sale by Auction. THE QUEEN’S ARMS AND ROBERT BURNS HOTELS. JAMES SAMSON AND GO. have received instructions from the Trustees in the Estate of the late John M'Carthy (of Keast and M’Oarthy) to sell by auction, at their Booms, the above hotels. The Queen’s Arms, situated in Princes street, is a large brick and stone bnilding, containing 16 rooms; presently occupied by Mrs M'Lean at a rent of L 4 per week.' The ground rent is LIOB. Pull valuation at end of lease. The Robert Bums, situated in George street, is a large brick and stone building, containing 18 rooms, and Is at present occupied by Mr Chapman under a sab-lease expiring on the 22nd day of September, 1890, at a rent of L 4 per week. The ground rent is Ll3O. Valuation at end of lease not exceed* ing L 2.600. For farther particulars apply to OALLAN AND GALLAWAY, Solicitors, Jetty street, Dunedin ; Or to THE AUCTIONEERS. TUESDAY, the 16th day of JOLT, 1689, At 2 o’clock in the afternoon. By Order of the Registrar at Dunedin of the: Supreme Court of New Zealand, under the provisions of “The Land Transfer Act, 1885,” and under power of sale contained' in Memorandum of Mortgage registered No, 1,297. The perpetual trustees, estate, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have received instructions to offer for sale by public auction, at their Booms, corner of Rattray and Vogel streets, Dunedin, on the above jiate, ” All that parcel of land containing by admeasurement & roods (more or less), bong section numbered 69 and parts of sections 66, 57, 58, and 60, block XXIV., Town of Dunedin, together with the buildings thereon. For farther particulars, apply to THE AUCTIONEERS ; v Or SMITH, CHAPMAN, SINCLAIR ' AND WHITE, Solicitor?, Liverpool street, Dunedin*
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