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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 7975, 2 August 1889
AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 3rd AUGUST, At 12 o’clock. Valuable microscope and cabinet, by Theirt and Beck Valuable standard barometer Sextant and chronometer Hunting rifle, Fijian arrows, etc. Volume old Italian school of design Miner’s compass, by Jaa. White, Glasgow. Dm. spbddino • is instructed by Mr John Marshall (Messrs Marshall and Copeland) to sell by auction, at his Rooms, on Saturday first, at 12 o'clock, The above valuable instruments, etc. Without reserve. On view each day from 2 to 4 o’clock. SATURDAY EVENING FIRST, At 8 o’clock. At Watson’s Hotel. MINING SCRIP. For Positive Sale. To wind up a Syndicate Account, Dm. spedding • is instructed to sell by auction, at 8 o’clock sharp on Saturday Evening, at Watson’s Hotel, 25 Globes 150 Scotias SO Welcomes (old) 100 „ (new) 100 Wealths 200 Justs 100 Fiery Cross 125 Nila 250 Golden Treasures 150 Lone Stars 150 Homeward Bound 150 Sir Francis Drake 60 Keep-it-Dark 250 No. 2 Dark 100 Globes 250 Supremes 450 Victoria (Nenthorn), 2s paid. Terms cash within three days. SATURDAY, 3rd AUGUST, At 12 o’clock. In Rooms, Manse street. First consignment of the season of FRUIT TREES, PLANTS, AND SHRUBS, I BOM MR ROBERT CLEAVE’S INVERCARGILL NURSERY, Consisting of— Roses, rhododendrons, camellias, flowering thorns, white jasmine, golden hollies, rosemary, berteries, laburnum, Scotch heather, lauristinus, escallonia, macro* carpa, rotenospira, spires, pines, apple trees, gooseberries, and currants, etc,, etc. Sale at 12 o’clock. JAMBS A. PARK AND CO. SATURDAY, 3rd AUGUST, AND MONDAY sth AUGUST, At 2 o’clock 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 Perrett, and P. Power. JAMES A. PARS AND GO. have 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. SATURDAY, 3rd AUGUST, At 2 o’clock, C JOHNS AND CO, • have received instructions from Mr Compton to sell by auction at their Rooms, Rattray street, His Household Furniture, etc. Suite in fa, hair, carpets, cheffonier, chest of drawers, tables, easy chairs, piano and stool, iron and wood bedsteads and bedding, 12 superior cane chairs, colonial sofa, oilcloth, crockery, cutlery etc. At 6.30. Boots (all sizes), crockery, drapery, men’s clothing, grocery, fancy goods, knives, forks, spoons, etc.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd, 1 o’clock sharp, ISAACS’S QUARTERLY SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. AMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from A. Isaacs, Union Fawn Office, Royal Arcade, to sell by auction, at their Booms, Dowling street. The following list of Unredeemed Fledges, viz,— 1887. December 3rd, 6447, s.h, geneva; 64"0, violin and bow. 1888. January 9th, 158, gold locket; 160, s.b. 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; 17 th, 343, silk dress and flannel, February 4th, 728, e.p. teapot; 9th, 833, earrings; 16th, 963, gold earrings. March 19th, 1654, 1 dozen knives and clock. April stb, 1964, quilt; 10th, 2064, b.l. revolver and gold pin; 23rd, 2360, book. May 2nd, 2524, trousers and vest; 12tb, 2764, workbox and musical album; 17th, 2866, coat and vest; 19th, 2914, telescope; 26th, 3037, trousers, vest, etc. June sth, 3239, s,h. geneva; 3258, gem ring; 21st, 3543, k. ring; 29th, 3748, 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; Bth, 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 ; 18th, 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; 12tb, 6450, blankets; 6452, overcoat; 15th, 6513, gold keyless watch; 21st, 6597, b.l. revolver ; 6602, 2 rings; 24th, 6647, 2 gold rings; 29th, 6718, o.f. watch; 6726, s.h. lever. December Ist, 6747, gold b, watch; 6758, p. blankets; 6762, clock ; 6770, s,h. lever ; 6775, gold fa, 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 locket; 13tb, 6996, pair blankets; 19th, 7118. 2 gold pins; 21st, 7146, gold earrings and silver locket; 24th, 7207, underclothing; 7210, gold hj. lever; 7216, violin and box; 26th, 7227, s.h. geneva; 27th, 7257, comet; 29th, 7292, tool chest; 31st, 7317, Scotch dirk and wedding ring; 7331, s.h, waltham, silver chain, and locket; 7338, greenstone earrings ; 7348, a.b. lever. 1889. January 4th, 62, overcoat; 7tb, 133, spin}; 11th, 233, s.h. geneva; 15tb, 303, p. blankets; 17tb, 337, trousers, vest, and shirts; 19th, 376, bag and suits ; 26tb, 489, pair blankets, 2 shirts, and coat and vest; 29th, 551, coat; 30th, 568, suit and 2f. shirts; 577, dresspiece. February 2nd, 621blankets ; 18th, 900, suit; 23rd, 977, 2 coats and trousers; 23rd, 989, underclothing; 27th, 1030, overcoat. March 23id, 1513, suits; 28 th, 1582, waterproof ocat. April Ist, 1660, coat and vest; 6th, 1753, S pairs drawers. Also, 300 lots that do not require to be advertised (according to the Pawnbrokers Act), consisting of jewellery, clothing of every description, blankets, overcoat 3, carpenters* tools, firearms, musical instruments, etc., etc. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd; 1 o’clock sharp. SATURDAY EVENING, 3rd AUGUST. At 6 o’clock, JAMES SAMSON AND 00. will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Drapery, clothing, boots, etc., Including all-wool dress materials, ulsters, paletots, jickets, cretcnnes (reversib'e), sheeting, shirting, skirling, calico, India twill, flannelette, gents’ underfhunels, paits, shirts, sox, and a large variety of colonial-made boots, shoes, and slippers, etc,, etc., etc. Terms cash.
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