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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 7964, 20 July 1889
AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 2Znd JULT r At 2 o'clock tharp, AND TOE WAY. 2*rd JULY, At 11 o'clock. STOCK OF GROCERIES, Etc., ETo; r In thejnsolvent Estate rf J. T. HALL. M. SPEDDING t will sell by auction, at bis Booms, on Monday first, at 2 o'clock sharp, and Tuesday, at 11 o clock, Tie whole of tbe Grocery Stock of the abov* insolvent, consisting of— Teas, sngarp, soap, candles, currants, pickles, jams and jellies, marmalade salmon, chocolate, cocoa, coffee, paper bags, lobsters, sardines, matches, blacking, tobacco, etc., etc. Also, Bruahware, washboards, tabs, buckets, weighing reach ne, counter scales, etc, etc., Being a large and well-assorted variety. Without reserve. EARLY NEXT W£EK. On the Premises, Battray street, BROADWAY'S PRIVATE HOTEL. The Entire EURNITURE. M. SPEDDING i will sell, on tta early date, The whole of the Hotel Furniture and Furnishings in the above insolvent e*tate, consulting of— Valuable plate press Glass show cases Superior wardrobe (mirror front) Couches, sofas, cluirs r.iid 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 epoona and forks, cruets, dinner and breakfast knives. Also, Double and single bedsteads, horsehair mattresses, feather bed?, bedding, marble washstands, toilet ware, cheval glasses, Austrian chairs, commode, chests drawers, linen, portable boiler, American stove, patent mangle, Etc, etc., etc. Without reserve. Catalogues will be prepared. MONDAY, 22nd JULY, At 12 o'olock. At the Rattray street Wharf. To Timber Merchants and Contractor;. CARGO OF BED PINE TIMBER. AMES A. PARE AND GO. fj are instructed to sell by auction, at the Rattray street wharf, on Monday, 22nd July, at 12 o'clook, 21,000 feet more or less of red pine timber, all first-class building sizes, Terms tit sale. 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. AMES A, PARK AND CO. •J 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, TUESDAY, 23rd JULY, 1889, At 2.30. WEEKLY PRODUCE SALE. CHAFF, ONION?, FOWLS' WHEAT, Etc. 70 HN GRINDLEY vJ will sell by auction, at the Warehouse of the Farmers' Agency Company, Cumberland street, Tuesday, 23rd July, at half-put 2 o'clock sharp, 5 tons prime onions 7 trucks oaten chaff 1 500 bags millingand feed oats 200 bags wheat 509 bags milling wheat Sale as usual at half-past 2 sharp. TUESDAY, 23rd JULY, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, High street. Unreserved Sale of INDIAN CURIOS. Wall Dados for decoration Caßhmere Bed Covers Table Covers in fancy work Chair Covers do Pieces Tusse Silk for dresses Fez Caps Malacca Canes with silver tops Sandalwood Jewellery, Glove and Handkerchief Boies Peacock Feather Fans Lucknow Curtain?, Etc., Etc., Etc. A really beautiful collection of Indian works 0 the finest description and finite. . C. REYNOLDS AND CO. '• are instructed to sell the above collection of Indian Works at their Rooms, High street, on Tuesday, 23rd July, at 2 o'olock. On View Monday. Catalogues in course of preparation. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. FRIDAY, 26th JULY, At 2 o'clock. On Premises, George street. VALUABLE FUR GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 1 C. REYNOLDS AND CO. I • are instructed by Mrs Constantino (who is giving up business) to sell her whole stock of Furs, etc., as above. Full particulars in future advertisements. THURSDAY, Ist AUGUST, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, High street, VALUABLE FREEUOLD HOUSE PROPERTY, NORTH-EAST VALLEY, AND DAIRY FARM AT WOODLANDS, North-east Valley. ST, JOHN'S WOOD: Sections 8L and parts 1 and 2, Arthur street, with substantial 5 roomed brick house, bathroom, washhouse, and all necessary outbuildings ; parts ,Eeotions 1 and 2, fronting Main road nnd Arthur street, with stable erected thereon; section 8, with 4-roomed wood house and cellar kitchen. Sections 4, 5, 6, and 7, fronting Main road and Clark street, with very substantial wellbuilt brick house of 5 rooms, bathroom, and conservatory, washhouse, and 3-stalled stable, and all nece sary outbuildings. A capital residence for a professional man. BBLWYN IXrENSION: Section 57, fronting road, with wood house of 3 rooms and outbuildings. Sections 27, 28, 2!>, 58, 59, 60, in one block, frontages to Main road, Felix and Hope roads. A valuable building site. A«COTVALE : Sections 3 and 4, Block XVI. Also, DAIRY FARM, Of about 47 acte*, at Woodlandß, close to the Main road to Port Chalmers, and within easy distance from town (about three miles), all securely fenced; good bush soil; comfortable 5-roomed houee, with washhouse, dairy, stables, cowshed for about 20 cows, chaff house, and all necessary farm buildings. A splendid, compact, and easilyworked property. I O. REYNOLDS AND 00. are instructed by Mrs E. Loft to offer the above properties by auction, at their Booms, High street, Dunedin, as above. All the houses are let at good rentals. Forf
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 7964, 20 July 1889
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