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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7968, 25 July 1889
jtfKJTIONS. FRIDAY, 26th JULY,' At 2 o'clock. . \ X On Premises, George street. MRS CONSTANTINB'S STOCK Of Natural black opossum skin rugs , Black (dyed) do do Grey do do i Wallaby rugs ,' Spotted cat rugs ~ " Yellow cat do Foot muff a, Victorias Boas, band muffs, deal capes, stuffed birds. - r Also, Beautiful-imitation sealskin jackets, and Mirrors, show cases, Etc., etc. 1 C. REYNOLDS AND CO. . are instructed by Mr« Constantino (who is giving up business) tn ouposeof her entire stock of valuable Furs. Hugs, etc., by auction, on Friday, 26th July, at t o'clock. Now on view. George street premises. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. At an Early Date. By Order of the Official Assignee. The Entire DUTY-PAID and BOND STOCK In the BANKRUPT ESTATE OP PROCTORS, JONES, AND CO., Merchants. Comprising— Merchandise and goods, Wines and spirits, etc., etc., Office fittings, furniture, safes, etc. Full particulars from catalogues, which will shortly be issued. 1 0. REYNOLDS AND 00. J 9 are favored with instructions from the Official Assignee, Dunedin, to offer the above valuable stock at auction, at their Rooms, High street, Dunedin, at an early date, <o be advertised in these columns. THURSDAY, Ist AUGUST, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, High street. VALUABLE FREEHOLD HOUSE PROPERTY, NORTH-EAST VALLEY, AND DAIRY FARM AT WOODLANDS, North-east Valley. ST. JOHN'S WOOD: Sections 81 and parts 1 and 2, Arthur street, with substantial 5-roomed brick house, bathroom, washhouse, and all necessary outbuildings ; parts sections 1 and 2, fronting Main road and 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 necessary outbuildings. A capital residence for a professional man. SELWYN EXTENSION: Section 57, fronting Felix road, with wood house of 3 rooms and outbuildings. Sections 27, 28, 29, 58, 59, 60, in one block, frontages to Main road, Felix and Hope roads. A. valuable building site. ASOOTVALE: Sections S and 4, Block XVI. Also, DAIRY FARM, Of about 47 acres, at Woodlands, 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 house, with washhouse, dairy, stables, cowshed for about 20 cows, chaff house, and all necessary farm buildings. A splendid, compact, and easilyworked property. EC. REY NOLDS AND 00. • are instructed by Mrs E. Loft to offer the above properties by auction, at their Rooms, High street, Dunedin, as above. All the houses are let at good rentals. For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. FRIDAY, JULY 26th, At 2 o'clock. ENRY LAENEK has received instructions to sell by auction, at his Rooms, Rattray street (next Bank of New Zealand), Household Furniture and Effeots, consisting of— Single and double iron bedsteads, wood ditto, carpet, spring and flock mattresses, full Scotch and other drawers, cheffonier, duchesse drawers and glass, round table, Austrian and other chairs, portable boiler, 2 ranges, looking-glass, fender, crockery, double-barrel gun, meat safe, and sundries. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), 26th?JULY, At 11 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. ORANGES, MANDARINS, LEMONS, PASSION FRUIT, AND PINES. "AMES A. PARK AND CO. FRIDAY. 26th JULY, At 2 o'clock. In Rooms, Mans? street. 5 CASES FANCY GOODS. AMES A. PARK AND 00. ' have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, on Friday, An invoice of Fancy Goods, etc., consisting of— Trumpets, fancy boxes, animals, tin sets, birds, pails, dolls, horses, scales, skipDing ropes, i.r. balls, picture books, bags, brushes, spades, albums, whips, cane sticks, vases, etc., etc. In lotß to suit. SATURDAY, 27th JULY, At 2 o'clock, AMES SAMSON AND 00. w bave received instructions from Mr Alsase to sell by auction, at their Rooms, His Household Furniture and Effects, including—Harmonium, drawing room suite in tapestry (walnut frames), dining room suite in haircloth, mahogany 100 table, red pine chests of drawers, lady's work table, oheffonier, Brussels and tapestry carpets, fender and irons, Vienna chairs, linoleum, Venetian blinds, wool rug. clock, lamp, cutlery, pictures, mirrors, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring' mattress, blankets, flock mattress, palliasses, duchesse drawers and glass, washstand and ware, dressing tables, kitchen sofa, tables, chairs, perambulator, American stove, portable boiler, turning lathe, grindstone, anvil, galvanic battery, carpenter's tools, kitchen and cooking utensils, garden tools, crockery, books, sewing machine, bath, Etc., Etc., Etc. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ANTED, Two Boarders; 13s week. ' Apply Mrs Ararat James White, Crawford's Store, Bell Tower. MRS ABBOTT has comfortable Home for Lady and Gentleman; good position. Over Wilson Bros.', Dundas street. N. MILLS begs to notify the General » Public he has taken that well-known House known as YORK HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors. Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 to 2. Tea from 5 to 7. Good table. Prices moderate. LOST AND FOUND. OUND.—Tbe most reliable Watchmaker is I' Peter Dick (upstairs), next Athemeum Watches cleaned (ss), Mainsprings (4s 6d). FOUND, near Abbotsford Station, Black-and-white Collie Dog ; will sell shortly. H. P. Wilson, Abbotsford. OUND, Umbrella. Call at R. Turner, i Look-out Point, near Cattle Yards. FOUND, Purse ; money, family railway ticket, etc., etc.; owner call for same. Lawrence, builder, King street north. LOST, between Sandymount and Dunedin, One Brown Retriever, "Shot"; reward. Return W. Carson, Park street ' OST, between Jetty street wharf and Bond J street, Tarpaulin. Finder leave at Jas. Gibson's, Vogel street. ANTED Known—The addition to the Dining Hall at the Leviathan Is now completed, so for the fature visitors to the establishment will find both plenty of accommodation and meals second to none in Dunedin or in the colony,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7968, 25 July 1889
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