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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7991, 21 August 1889
AUCTIONS. THURSDAY a fid FRIDAY, 22nd and 23id AUGUST, 1889. At II o'clock sharp'. By Order of the Official Assignee in Bankruptcy. CLEARING SALE At Mr Shand’s Abbotsford Farm, West Taierk JOHN GRINDLBY (on behalf of the Fanners’ Agency Company, Limited) is instructed by the Official Assignee in the Estate of Mr James Shawl to sell by auction, without the slightest reserve, on the premises, Abbotsford Farm, West Taicrt, on Thursday and Friday, 22ad and 23rd August, 1889, commencing at 11 o’clock sharp. The whole of as follows: — the Live and Deid Stock, etc., HORSES: 1 entire draught colt, 3 yrs, by Richmond; bred by A. Town, Eaq., New South Wales 1 do horse, Scottish Chief, by Yeung Vanquisher 87 heavy draught mares and geldings, ail at present in work 4 hacks, broken to saddle and harness 1 thoroughbred mare, Envy, by Traducer J stinted to Sir Garnet 4 do do, in foal to Sir Garnet 7 yearlings, by DuntroonV Garnet, etc. CATTLE; 1 pure shorthorn bull 4 do do cows 20 first-class dairy cows. SHEEP: 100 pure Leicester ewe?, in lamb to pure rams 100 do do hoggets 1500 cross-bred ewes, to lamb in September to pure Southdown rams. PIGS : 60 pigs, sows and young stoics. IMPLEMENTS : 1 threshing mill and engine (9 hj p ), with elevator, etc., complete, by Marshall and Sons 1 threshing mill and engine (8 h.p.), by Clayton and Shuttleworth 2 large ehaffentters, with baggers, etc-, complete 4 reapers and binders, by M'Cormick; firstclass order 3 back-delivery reapers' 1 furrow presser G d.f. ploughs 1 hillside do 2 sulky do 8 sets harrows, four aud five-leaf 2 drill seed sowers * 3 broadcast do 6 grubbers 1 set chain harrov/3 6 Cambridge rollers 1 large iron do 2 turnip sowers 2 six-horse road wag go 15 farm drays 1 single buggy, by Abbott 1 double do do 2 sets do do harness 1 set single do do 40 sets harness (dray, plough, aud leading) 6 saddles and bridles 200 sacks feed oats 50 do do barley 20 chaff feeding Louses for sheep 1 large Avery weighing machine 20 400 gal tanks 10 combing 10 large canvas sheets, for coveting stacks 3 large iron boilers Large lot barbed wire, fencing wire, standards, blacksmith’s bellows, anvil, and tools, gates, and a large lot of useful farm implements, Etc., etc. The Auctioneer, in drawing attention to the above sale, need only tay that Mr Shand’s stock and implements are of tho very best, and have been put together at great expense. The sale will start punctually at 11 o’clock on arrival of the Outram train, which leaves Dunedin at 9.15, and everything will be sold absolutely without the slightest reserve. Terms at sale. Luncheon provided. JOHN GRINDLBY, Auctioneer. 0 RDER OF SALK AT MR SHAND’S FARM:Fibst Pat— Sheep Cattle Horses Harness. Second Day— Implements Drays Buggies Sundries, JOHN GRINDLBY, Auctioneer. THURSDAY, 22nd AUGUST, 18F9, At 2 o’clock. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions from Mr Millar Drone to sell by auction, at their Rooms, His Furniture, etc, including— Dining room suite (in haircloth), 6 haircloth chairs, 1 mahogany couch (in haircloth), drawing room suite (in tapestry), full Scotch chest of drawers, half-Scotch do (red pine), mahogany 100 table, oval do, over-mantel (black-and-gold’, Brussels carpets, hearthrugs, fenders and irons, pictures, oil-paint-ings, e.p. cruet, marble clock, double and single iron and wood_ bedsteads, washstanis and ware, toilet tables, mirrors, wardrobe, cane easy chairs, Vienna do, kitchen sofa, chairs, tables, register grate, portable boiler, washing machine, cooking range, wringer, a White’s sewing machine (in good order), 2 glass doors, kitchen and cookirg utensils, . Etc., etc, etc. THURSDAY, 22nd AUGUST, At 2 o’clock. Unreserved Pale HOUSEHOLD FURNITDRiS AND EFFECTS Red pine sideboard (mirror back, 6ft long),' mahogany dinner waggon, mahogany extending table, effioe table and chairs, 2 horsehair couches, mahogany and walnut duebes&e toilets and washstands, Austrian cane chairs, red pine bedroom suite, double and single iron bedsteads and bedding, spring horsehair mattresses, red pine washstands and ware, toilet tables, American wasbstand aud two chairs to match, large kitchen dresser, two dining tables sJft x 4ft, kitchen tables, chairs, large stereoscope and grapboscope combined and large assortment of views, quantity of coral, etc., etc. Also, Double-barrelled breech-loading gun (rebounding lucks), fire-proof safe. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • have received instiuction? to sell the above by auction, at their Booms, Bigh street, on Thursday, 22nd Angmt, at 2 o’clock. Now on view. SATURDAY, 24th AUGUST, 1889, At 12 o’clock. In Rooms, Manse street. 164 KEGS BLASTING POWDiR. JAMES A. PARK AND CO. are instructed by the Defence Storekeeper to sell on Saturday, at 12 o’clock, The above blasting powder. Totally without reserve. MONDAY, 26th AUGUST. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM, Otago Peninsula. Messrs james a. pare and 00. have received instructions from the Mortgages to sell by public auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, Dunedin, on Monday, the 26th day of August, 1889, at 12 o’clock, AH that parcel of Land, containing 66 acres S roods and 19 poles or thereabouts, situate in, and being application number 1,804, block 1., on the map of the Otago Peninsula District, with alt the Farm Buildings thereon, presently occupied by Mr M. Clelland. For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. LOST AND FOUND. 1710UND, a week ato, Boy’s Overcoat, Owner have same by paying expenses. Myrtle Dairy, Filleul street. Lost, Two Bank of New Zealand Notes, Finder rewarded by returning B. Mitchell, fruiterer, George street. FOUND, Spaniel Pup. Apply Little Dpt Pan,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7991, 21 August 1889
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