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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7960, 16 July 1889
AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 17th JULY, At 2 o'clock. FREEHOLD SECTION FOB 3ALE By Auction. "AMES SAMSON AND CO. } will sell by auction, on the section, Allotment 3, situated in the township of Maryhill, Morninqton, contain' — *— admeasurement fourteen and tenth poles, being a little more or less. Terms easy. WEDNESDAY, 17th JULY, At 2 o'clock. SALVAGE FEOM FIRE. "AMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions to sell by auotion, on the premises, The whole of the Salvage from the late fir« at Mr Williams's house, Mornington, including— Kitchen range, registered grates, pump and piping, water tank, Etc., Etc, Etc. THURSDAY, 18th JULY, At 2 o'clock. Under Power of Bill of Sale. AMES SAMSON AND CO. f have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Household Furniture and Effects, consisting ofHorsehair couch (cedar frame), gents mahogany chair in haircloth, tapestry carpet, window curtains, 100 table, cheffonier, Vienna chairs, kerosene lamp, piir statuettes, clook, fender and fireirons, full Scotch chest of drawers, washstand and ware, double iron bedstead and bedding, looking glass, pictures, door mats, Singer sewing machine, colonial sofa, crockery, cooking utensils, Mtchen furniture, etc., etc, SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 2 o'clock. For the benefit of whom it may concern. AMES SAMSON AND CO. f have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, 2 pew American organs, suitable for church or school. No reserve. TUESDAY, 23rd JULY, At 12 o'clock. At Waikouaiti. To Heads of Families, Farmers, and Others. Unreserved Sale of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, TWEEDS, COAT. ING, SEWING MACHINES. AMES SAMSON AND 00. vj have received instructions from Mia Gloag to sell by auction, The whole of her stock of men's, youths', and boys' clothing, Manchester goods, women's drapery, millinery, and tha thousand and one articles to be found in a drapery and clothing establishment. Sale commences sharp at 12 o'clock. WEDNESDAY. 17th JULY, At 2 o'clock. UNRESERVED SALE, On account of whom it may concern. 75 boxes tea ' 8 half-cheats tea 6 boxes elemes 1 case old pure Scotch whisky Currants, sultanas, Bait herrings Rice, case spirits, Worcester sauce Assorted tobaccos (Venus Rods, Over the Water) Canary ply, blue, treacle, fire-kindlers Soap, hemp seed 12 sacks onions Also, i-ton MAURITIUS SUGAR 16 boxes prime butter (Pond's patent) 5 kegs do. .. 0. REYNOLDS AND 00. Lj# have received instructions to sell tha above by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Wednesday, 17th July, at 2 o'clock. Entirely without reserve. WEDNESDAY, 17th JULY, At 10 o'clock. At Burnside Yards. EXTRA PRIME GRAIN-FED BAOON PIGS. RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND 00, v v have received instructions to cell ly auction, at above time and place, 150 extra prime grain-fed bacon pigs, from Geralaire and Rangiora. WEDNESDAY, 17th JULY, At 2 o'clock. •ENRY LARNEK has received instructions from tha owner to sell by auction, at his Rooms, Rattray streot (noxt Bank New Zealand), Household Furniture, consisting of— Arabian wood bedstead, half-tester bedstead (brass-mounted), cheffonier, suita in leather, whatnot, dining table, tapestry carpet and bedroom squares, linoleum, oilcloth, duchesse dressing table and toilet, fall-Scotch chest drawers in r.p., perambulator, winepress, iron and wood bedsteads, lamp, 8-day clock, Vienna cane and kitchen chairs, colonial sofa, leather oouch, Zealandia range, portable boiler, spring and other mattresses, 2 sets of scales and weights, and about 250 volumes of religious and other books. TO-MORROW (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock. In New Rooms (late Ready-money Richards's ) J CAMPBELL AND CO. have beta * instructed to sell by auction chests of drawers, horsehair couches, bedsteads, spring mattresses, dining tables, sofas, chairs, cut'ery, china, -vashstands and ware; alas, a quantity of new season's tea. FRIDAY. 19th JULY, At 2 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse strest. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURF. JAMES A PARK AND 00. are instructed to sell by auction, at their Rooms, on Friday, Valuable household furniture, piano, Maori and Fijian curios, etc. Full particulars in next advertisement. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. ENGINEER SURVEYOR AND INSPECTOR OF MACHINERY. Marine Department, Wellington, N.Z., 24th June, 1889. ■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that api 131 plications will be received at this office for the appointment of Engineer Surveyor and inspector of Machinery attached tothisDepartr ment, Applicants to bo eligible for this appointment must have served an apprenticeship as an engineer or iron shipbuilder, must be not leas than twenty-five and not more than forty-five years of age, and must have served at sea in oharge of engines for at least five years. They must also, at the time of application, possess a first-class certificate of competency as engineer. They must forward a medical certificate showing that they ate in good health and of robust constitution.
Applicants must give full particulars of their service od shore and at sea, and forward copies of any letters of recommendation, testimonial*, dischargee, and certificates that they may possess, The salary payable will be at the rate of L3OO per annum, increasing by L 5 a year to L 325. The selected applicant will be required to undertake the duti s of Engineer Surveyor, Inspector of Machinery, Examiner of Engines, and, generally, euch work as he may be re* quired to perform by this Department. The appointment will be subject to the provinions of "The Civil Service Reform Act, 1886." Applications will be received up to the 251 k July, and the selected candidate will be re« quired to commence his duties about the middlf of August next. By order. jLEWIS H. B. WILSON, Assistant Secretaijr,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7960, 16 July 1889
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