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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7972, 30 July 1889
AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 31st JULY, At 2 o'clock. AMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from the owner to sell by auction, at their Rooms, His Furniture and Effects, including— Walnut suite in crimson rep, 100 table. Hootch red pine chest of drawers, oval walnut table, music canterbury, Brussels carpets, hearth and wool rugs, fenders and irons, pier glass, picture?. small chairs to match, linoleum, Vienna chairs, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, Bpring mattress, bedding, duchesse dressing table, washstands and ware, towel rail, hat rack, mirrors, perambulator, portable boiler, kitchen furniture, kitchen and cooking utensils, etc, etc., etc. SATCJBDAY, AUGUST 3rd, 1 o'clock Bharp. ISAACS'S QUARTERLY BALE OP UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. AMES SAMSON AND 00. „ have received instructions from A. Isaacs, Union Fawn Office, Royal Arcade, to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, The following list of Unredeemed Fledges, riz.— 1887.—December 3rd, G447, s.h. geneva; 6450, violin and bow. 1888.—January 9th, 158, gold looket; 160, s.h. geneva and gold chain; 11th, 199, silver necklet and brooch; 200, gold ring; 211, s,h. geneva and gold chain; 13th, 261, gold pin; 14th, 290, 2 trays and dress piece; 17th, 343, eilk dress and flannel. February 4th, 728, e.p. teapot; 9th, 833, earrings; 16th, 963, gold earrings. March 19 th, 1654, 1 dozen knives and clock. April sth, 1964, quilt; 10th, 2064, b.l. revolver and gold r>;„ . 93rH OURn lw.li- U» 9.nA--2524, trousers and vest; 12tb, 2764, workbox and musical album; 17tb, 2866, ooat and vest; 19th, 2914, telesoope; 26th, 3037, trousers, vest, etc June sth, 3239, s.h. geneva; 3258, gem ring; 21st, 3543, k. ring; 29th, 8743, remnant plush. July 28th, 4355, two tea coseys. August 21st, 4781, trousers and vest. September sth, 5075, overcoat; 19th, 5261, clock; 29th, 5557, k. ring. October 3rd, 5650, gold o.f. geneva; 3660, gold o.f. geneva, gold chain, and locket; 8 eh, 5748, gem ring and gold cross; 11th, 5800, album; 12th, 5814, bridle and roller; 5827, g- brooch and earrings, g. locket and necklet, w. ring and pendant; 17th, 5950, half • dozen silver spoons; 18tb, 5980, gold ring; 20th, 6016,8 pairs planes; 24th, 6090, s.h. watch. November Ist, 6229, k. ring; 3rd, 6277. 2 Masonic jewels and coin; 6th, 6355, s.h. lever; 6356, microscope; 10th, 6405, stocking machine; 6413, w. ring; 6418, writing desk; 12th, 6450, blankets; 6452, overcoat; 15th, 6513, gold keylesa watch; 21st, 6597, b.l. revolver; 6602, 2rings; 24th, 6647, 2 gold rings; 29th, 6718, o.f. watch; 6726, e.h. lever. December Ist, 6747, gold hj. watch; 6758, p. blankets; 6762, clock ; 6770, s.h. lever ; 6775, gold hj. lever; 4th, 6800, gold ring; 6812, pearl shell for brooch and earrings, gem ring, and gold earrings; 6813, dress piece; Bth, 6908, silver necklet and looket; 13th, 6996, pair blankets; 19th, 7118, 2 gold pins; 21st, 7146, gold earrings and silver looket; 24th, 7207, underclothing; 7210, gold hj. lever; 7216, violin and box; 26th, 7227, a,h. geneva; 27th, 7257, cornet; V9th, 7292, tool chest; 31st, 7317, Scotch dirk and wedding ring; 7331, s.h. waltham, silver chain, and locket; 7338, greenstone earrings; 7348, s.h. lever. 1889.—January 4th, 62, overooat; 7th, 133, s. pin; 11th, 233, s.h. geneva; 15th, 303, p. blankets; 17th, 337, trousers, vest, and shirts; 19th, 376, bag and suits ; 25th, 489, pair blankets, 2 shirts, and coat and vest; 29th, 551, ooat; 30th, 56*, suit and 2 f. shirts; 577, dresspiece. February 2nd, 62J, blankets; 18th, 900, suit; 23rd, 977, 2 coats and trousers; 23rd, 989, underolothing; 27th, 1050, overcoat. March 23rd, 1513, suits ; 2Sth, 1582, waterproof ooat. April lit, 1660, coat and vest; 6th, 1753, 3 pairs drawers. Also, 300 lots that do not require to be advertiaed (according to the Pawnbrokers Act), consisting of jewellery, clothing of every description, blankets, overcoats, carpenters' tools, firearms, musical instruments, etc., etc. Terms cash. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd, 1 o'clock sharp. THURSDAY, Ist AUGUST, At 2 o'clock, At Rooms, High Btreet. VALUABLE FREEHOLD HOUSE PROPERTY, NORTH-EAST VALLEY,
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, bath j room, 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 Btable, and all necessary outbuildings. A capital residence for a professional man, SELWYN EXTENSION: Section 57, fronting Felix road, with wood house of 3 roomß and outbuildings. Sections 27, 28, 29, 58, 59, 60, in one block, frontages to Main road, Felix and Hope roads. A valuable building site. ASCOTVALB: Sections 3 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 Bplendid, compact, and easilyworked property. EC. RE* NOLDS AND 00. • aie instructed by Mrs E. Loft to offer the above properties by auction, at their Rw>mF, High street, Dunedin, as above. For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. At an Early Date. By Order of the Official ABBignee, The Entire DUTY-PAID and BOND STOCK In the BANKRUPT ESTATE OP PROCTORS, JONES, AND CO., Merchant*, Comprising— Oilmen's Stores, Merchandise, Teas, Candles, Soap, Whisky, Ale, Stout, Pickles, Tobacco Jam, Sugar, Treacle, Sardines, Herrings, Cream of Tartar, Tartaric Acid, Grey, Brown, and Tea Paper, Twine, Bacon, Hams, Flour, Oatmeal, Salt, Hops, Whisky, Brandy, Winer, Etc., Etc. Office Fittings, Furniture, Safe?, etc. Full particulars from catalogues, which will shortly be issued. 1 0. REYNOLDS AND CO. J« 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, to be advertised in these columns. SATURDAY, 3rd AUGUST, AND MONDAY, sth AUGUST, At 2 o'clook each day. THIRD ANNUAL SALE OP ORIGINAL PAINTINGS OP NEW ZEALAND, SCOTTISH, and IRISH SCENERY, IN OIL, WATER COLOR, AND PASTEL, BY Melville Duncan, L. W. Wilson, J. Douglas Porrett, and P. Power. JAMES A. PARK AND CO. havo received instructions from the above mentioned Artists to offer for sale by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on Saturday, A valuable collection of Paintings, as above. - On view at the Auction Rooms on Thursday, Descriptive catalogues on application,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7972, 30 July 1889
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