AUCTIONS. FRIDAY 19th JULY, At half-past 2 o'clook. To Merchants, Storekeepers, and Others. 89 caeea Currants (duty paid) 25 „ Sproston'a White Herrings. To be sold for the benefit of whom it may concern. All faults (if any). )M. SPED DING « is instructed to sell the above by auction, at his Rooms, on Friday first, at halfpast 2 o'clock. Without reserve. FRIDAY, 19th JULY, At half-past 2 o'clock. 40 oases American white starch 24 tins Macconochie's herrings, each 100 150 mats fine white sugar, D.P. 60 do do, all faults, D.P. 10 boxes butter 48 do soap, eaohlcwt 10 cases Hog fish 5,000 Swiss cigars, D.P. 2 tons dressed rice 3 bales hops 8 cases French prunes, 21b tins 5 tons coarse salt 20 half-chests tea, D.P. 100 boxes tea, D.P. 25 cases Encore whisky, D.P. 20 boxf s eleme raisins 100 do sultana do 50 do muscatel raisins. ,M.ST£ D D I N G • will sell by auction, on Friday first, at half-past 2 o'clock, Merchandise, as above. Terms at Sale. SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 11 o'clock forenoon. On the premises of Geo. Latimer, Princes street south. Under instructions from the Official Assignee in Bankruptcy, M.SPED D I N G has received instructions to sell by auction, on the above pre roues, on Saturday first, at 11 o'clockGrey mare Bay horse Ohestnut mare Chestnut horse Dark bay horse 3 drayß 3 Bpring drays Spring cart, dray, ai.d leading harness. Also, Coke, charcoal, coal, wood, office furniture, fire-proof safe, Etc., etc. Without reserve. The goodwill of the business and the whole of the above will be offered in one lot, or divided to suit buyers. D. M. SPEDDING will sell, immediately after the above sale, In the estate of J. T. Hall, grocerGrocer's spring cart (nearly new) Horse and harness. Without reserve. MONDAY, 22nd JULY, At 2 o'clock tharp. STOCK OF GROCERIES, Etc., Eto., In the'lnsolvent Estate cf J. T. HALL. M. SPEDDING will sell by auction, at his Rooms, on Monday first, at 2 o'clock sharp, The whole of the Grocery Stock of the above insolvent, consisting of— Teas, sugars, soap, candles, currants, pickles, jams and jellies, marmalade salmon, chocolate, cocoa, coffee, paper bags, lobsters, sardines, matches, blacking, tobacco, etc., etc. Also, Brushware, washboards, tubs, buckets, weighing machine, counter scales, etc., etc., Being a large and well-assorted variety. Without reserve. EARLY NEXT WEEK. On the Premises, Rattray street. BROADWAY'S PRIVATE HOTEL. The Entire lURNITURE. | M. SPEDDING • will sell, on an early date, The whole of the Hotel Furniture and Furnishings in the above insolvent estate, consisting of— Valuable plate press Glass show caßes Superior wardrobe (mirror front) Couches, sofas, chairs and easy chairs in horsehair, tapestry, and cretonne, couches and easy chairs, mahogany square and 100 tables, carpets, linoleum, pier glasses, fenders and ash pans, pictures, gilt window cornices, cheffoniers, Venetian blinds, glassware, plated ware, dinner and dessert Epoons and forks, cruets, dinner and breakfast knives. Also, Double and single bedsteads, horsehair mattresses, feather beds, bedding, marble washstands, toilet ware, cheval glasses, Austrian chairs, commode, chests drawers, linen, portable boiler, Ame. ican stove, patent mangle, Etc., etc., etc. Without reserve. Catalogues will be prepared. FRIDAY, 19th JULY, At 2 o'olock, 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 Maobeth, mahogany bookcase, walnut Lo table, velvet pile carpet, round cedar table, walnut whatnot, pedestal office writing deek, gilt mirror, kauri cheffonier, Japanese vases E.P. dish covers, Fijian curios, Brussels carpet, magio lantern and slides, bagatelle table, fender and irons, coueh in cretonne, double iron halftester bedstead and hangings, spring mattress, feather bed, pillows, marble washstand, full Scotch K chett drawers, mahogany cheval glaer, brackets, wasbstands, dressing tables, towel rails, child's iron cot, kitchen dresser, furnace and boiler, croquet set, tenniß net, fire guard, meat Bafe, 3-roller mangle, perambulator, stove, kitchen utensils, Etc., etc. SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 12 o'clock. On the Premises, Bond street. Stock of CHOICE OLD WINES, OFFICE FURNITURE, STORE FITTINGS. JAMES A. PARK AND CO. have received instructions from A. E. Thomson, Esq, to sell by auotion, on th« Premises, on Saturday, An assortment of choice old wines, including very fine old brown sherry, East India, Madeira 1878 port, champagne, etc. Also, Ofrics table, carpet, chairs, filter, copyist press, sample bottles, tasting spittoon, store truck, bottle baskets, stock cask?, gauntrces, bottle rack, etc. Terms at sale. MONDAY, 22nd JULY, At 2 o'clook. On the Premises, Mosgiel Junction. FREEHOLD PROPERTY AND BUILDIMtt (Known as Steadman's); also SURPLUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Double Buggy, Pole and Harness. AMES A. PARE AND 00. •J are instructed by Mr Steadman to sell by auotion, on the Premises, Mosgiel Junction. on Monday, That desirable Freehold Property, being part of section 32, irregular block. East Taieri District, containing laore 3 roods 8~~"~ together with the hotel buildings, cc _ . stables, and other outhouses thereon; also the surplus household furniture, consisting of parlor, bar, and bedroom furniture, bagatelle table, aid miseet»
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 7962, 18 July 1889
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