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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7961, 17 July 1889
AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 18th JULY, At 2 o’clock. Under Power of Bill of Sale. JAMES SAMSON AND GO. have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of— Horsehair conch (cedar frame), gents’ mahogany chair in haircloth, tapestry carpet, window curtains, 100 table, cheffonier, Vienna chairs, kerosene lamp, pair statuettes, clock, 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, kitchen furniture, etc., etc, SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 2 o’clock. For the benefit of whom it may concern, JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Booms, 2 new 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, COATING, SEWING MACHINES, JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mia Gloag to sell by auction, The whole of her stock of men’s, youths’, and boys’ clothing, Manchester gooda, women's drapery, millinery, and the thousand and one articles to be found in a drapery and clothing establishment. Sale commences sharp at 12 o’clock. FRIDAY 19th JULY, At half-past 2 o’clock. To Merchants, Storekeepers, and Others, 89 cases Currants (duty paid) 25 „ Sproaton’s White Herrings. To be sold for the benefit of whom it may concern. All faults (if any), DM. SPEDDINO • is instructed to sell the above by auction, at his Rooms, on Friday first, at halfpast 2 o’clock, a Without reserve. FRIDAY, 19th JULY, At 2 o’clock, In Rooms, Manse street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS JAMES A. PARK AND CO. are instructed by the proprietors to sell by auction, on Friday, Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of—Suite furniture in rep, suite in haircloth, piano by Macbeth, mahogany bookcase, walnut 100 table, velvet pile carpet, round cedar table, walnut whatnot, pedestal office writing desk, gilt mirror, kauri cheffonier, Japanese vases and ornaments, electro plate and crystal, set B.P. dish covers, Fijian curias, Brussels carpet, magic lantern and slides, bagatelle table, fender and irons, conch in cretonne, double iron halftester bedstead and hangings, spring mattresr, feather bed, pillows, marble washstand, full Scotch K chett drawers, mahogany cheval glass, brackets, washstands, dressing tables, towel rails, child’s iron cot, kitchen dresser, furnace and boiler, croquet set, tennis net, fire guard, meat safe, 3-roller mangle, perambulator, stove, kitchen utensils, Etc., etc. MONDAY, 22nd JULY, At 2 o’clock. On the Premises, Mosgiel Junction. FREEHOLD PROPERTY AND BUILDINGS (Known as Steadman’s); also SURPLUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Double Buggy, Pole and Harness. JAMES A, PARK AND CO. are instructed by Mr Steadman to sell by auction, on the Premises, Mosgiel Junction, on Monday, That desirable Freehold Property, being part of section 32, irregular block, East Taieri District, containing lacre 3 roods 8 poles, together with the hotel buildings, cottage, stables, and other outhouses thereon; also the surplus household furniture, consisting of parlor, bar, and bedroom furniture, bagatelle table, and miscellaneous goods.
SHIPPING. SPECIAL STEAM SERVICE. REDUCED RATES. FOR SYDNEY via COAST PORTS. The s.s. hauroto will be despatched on or about TUESDAY, 23rd inst. For particulars of Passenger and Cargo Rates apply to UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, Jfer* C TTNION STEAMSHIP U COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND TIME TABLE. COB OAMARU. BEAUTIFUL STAB, e.s.< on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf on Friday at 10 p,n. Cargo till 4 p.m. FOE LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, PICTON AND NELSON.—MAWHEEA, s.s., on Friday, 19th July. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train. FOR LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, PICTON. NELSON. TARANAKI, AND MANUEAU. TAKAPUNA. 5.8., on Tuesday, 23rd July. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon, FOR AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON. NAPIER, AND GISBORNE. TAEAWBRA, s.s., on Wednesday, 24th July. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 2 p.m. Cargo till 11 a.m. FOR SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON AND WELLINGTON.-HAUROTO, s.s., about 23rd July. 808 SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON. NAPIER, GISBORNE, AND AUCKLAND.—TE ANAU, s.s., on Wednesday, 31st July. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train. Cargo till 4 pm. Tuesday. FOR MELBOURNE VIA BLUFF.— ROTOMAHANA, s.s., on Thursday, 18th July. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train. FOR FIJI from AUCKLAND.—ARAWATA as., on Sunday 21st July, FOR TONGA AND SAMOA. - WAINUI from AUCKLAND, about Wednesday, July 31. Freight and Passengers booked through. Full particulars on application, FOR TONGA. SAMOA, AND TAHITI—rvIOHMOND, s, Si, about Friday, 9th August. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE Beduued Fares and Cargo Prices, FOR WESTPORT VIA TIMAEU, AKAROA, LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, AND NELSON.—MAHINAPUA, s.s., on Friday 19 th July. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6 p.m. Cargo till 2 p.m. FOB OREYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) VIA OAMARU, TIMARU, LYTTELTON. AND WELLINGTON.—BRUNNER, s.s., on Thursday, 18tb July. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 10p.m. Cargo till 4p.m. FOR AUCKLAND VIA OAAUKU. TIMAEU, LYTTELTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE (taking cargo for Taurangak -A STEAMER, early. Offices ; Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland streets. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. GENTLEMAN requires comfortable Boom with fireplace and good table, with quiet family, where no other boarders are kept. “Boarder,” Stab Office. N. MILLS begs to notify tbe General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as YOKE HOUSF, Moray placet and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors, Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 to 2. Tea from 6 to 7. |Qood table. Prices moderate*
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