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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889
AUOIIONS. DDNEDIN WEEKLY SKIN SALES. ALTERATION OP DATE. AT a Meeting of Buyers and Agents, held this day, it was arranged (bat in future the Auction Sales of Shrepakins and Rabbitskins will bo held tm TIIKSUAY of each WEEK in a o ntral room U ho arranged. Catalogues of the will be closed on TUESDAY MORNINGS at 10 a.m., afUr which time no skins will he entered for that day's sale. The attention of Farmers, Dealerr, and Slaughtermen is invite! to this Alteratkn of Gate. The Sale on TDESDAV, 23rd inst., will be held in Brodriok's Central Auction Mart, High street. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, & CO. N.Z. LOAN & MERCANTILE AQENOY COMPANY DONALD RKID & CO. REID, MACLEAN, AND CO. MUTUAL AGENCF COMPANY FARMBRV AGENCY COMPANY. Dunedin, 18th July, 1889. 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. t M. SPEDDING « has received instructions to sell iy auction, on the above premises, on Saturday first, at 11 o'clock— .. ;;> JZnr Grey mare ' V,J Bay horse Chestnut mare Chestnut horse Dark bay horse 3 drays 3 spring drays Spring cart, dray, aid 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) Horße and harness. Without reserve. MONDAY, 22nd JULY, At 2 o'clock tharp. STOCK OF GROCERIES, Etc., Etc., In thellnsolvent Estate cf J. T. HALL DM. 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, eugarc, soap, candles, currants, pickles, jams and jellies, marmalade salmon, chocolate, cocoa, coffee, paper bags, lobsters, sardines, matches, blacking, tobacco, etc, etc. Also, Brush ware, washboards, tubs, bucket?, weighing mach'ne, counter scales, etc., etc., Being a large and well-assorted variety, Without reserve. EARLY NEXT W£EK. On the Premises, Rattray street. BROADWAY'S PRIVATE HOTEL The Entire lURNITURE. M. SPEDDING i will sell, on an early date, The whole of the Hotel Furniture and Furnishings in the abave insolvent estate, consisting of— Valuable plate press GlaBS show caees Superior wardrobe (mirror front) Couches, Bofas, 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, chrffoniers, Venetian blinds, glassware, plated ware, dinner and dessert spoons and forks, cruets, dinner and breakfast knives. Also, Double and single bedsteads, horsehair mattresses, feather beds, bedding, marble waßlstamls, toilet ware, chevtl glasses, Austum chairs, commode, chests drawers, linen, portable boiler, Ame ican stove, patent mangle, Etc., etc., etc. Without reserve. Catalogues will be prepared. SATURDAY, 20fch JULY, At 2 o'clock, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mrs Lindsay to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Her Household Furniture and Effects, as under— Parlor euite in horsehair (with cedar frames), wa'nut inlaid 100 table, overmantel, Vienna chairs, steel bar fender, cut steel fireirons, Brussels carpet, hearthrug, timepiece, ornaments, pictures, whatnot, double and single iron and wcod bedsteads, flock mat' trasses, bedding, red pine full Scotch cheat of drawers, toilet do, mirror?, washstands, toilet ware, dressing tables, wardrobe (red pine\ kitchen table, cooking utensils, 14-gallon portable copper boiler, colonial sofa, sausage machine, 2 Singer sewing machines, 1 double set harness (as good as new), 1 range (Mistress), Etc., etc., etc. SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 2 o'clock For the benefit of whom it may concern. AMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, 2 new American organs, suitable for church or school.
SATURDAY, 20th JDLY, At 2 o'clock. Under Distraint for I ent. AMES BAMSOK = AND' CO. tr will sell by auction, at their Booths, 7 bags seeds (including mangold?, parsnips broad bean?, and grast), desk, sofa, crockery cutlery, books, tables, bedstiad, chest of drawers, part counter, etc., etc., etc. SATURDAY EVENING, 20th JULY. At 6 o'clock. AMES SAMSON AND CO. t9 will sell by auction, at their Rooms, A lot of drapery, clnthiog, boots, ,«to,, in eluding ladls' all wcol dresa materials, ulster*, paletots, jackets, cretonnes (reversible), sheeting, shirting, skirting, <a!oo, India, twill, flannelette, gents' undeiflannels, pifiigtßl|i*t&/ sox, boots and Bhoe3 (all sizes), etc., etor.fetc^ TUESDAY, 23rd JULY, / At 12 o'clock. At Waikoualti, To Heads of Families, Farmery and Others. Unreserved Sale of -'■■" ' DRAPERY, CLOTHING, TWEEDS, RATING, SOWING MA.CSINES. : \ I AMES SAMSON AND %6. it have received instructions fronvMis. Gloag to sell by auction, ' ' The whole of her stosk of men'?, youths^, fcU'l boys' clothing, Manchester goods, women's drapery, millinery," and the thousand and one articles to be fount! in a drapery and clothing eßtfblisnment. . ■ . Sale commences sharp at 12 o'clock. TO-MORROW (3ATUKDAY), At 1 o'clock sharp. In, Rooms (lata Ready-money Richards). " CAMPBELL AND CO. • have been instructed to sell by anctioc, - Chests of drawers,, bedsteads and beddinf, spring mattresses, and furniture of a sevenroomed house; also, at 6 o'clock, nisojllancons goods. Sa'e.to be continued en Monday, July 22nd, 1889.
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