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AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 24th AUGUST, 186?, At 11 o'clock sharp. At Dunedin Horse Saleyards. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions from Mews Lougthn and Condon (who are dissolving rail - ocrship) to sell by auction, at above lime and place, The following well-known racehorses:— La Rose* by Apremont—Red Rose Warlock, by Sc. George—Folle Marine. Ishraael, by Gcrton—Gitana Le Temps, by Le Loup-Highland Mary. Also, Saddle?, bridles, clothing, etc SATDRDAY, 24th AtTtiUS'/', At 12 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. Fourth Consignment of PLANTS, SHRUBS, and FRUIT TREES From Mr R. Cleave's Invercargtll Nursery. TAMES A. PARK aND uu. Auctioneers. SATURDAY, 24 ± AUGUST, At 12 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. CAMELLIAS IN FULL FLOWER, POT PLANTS AND HEATHS. AMES A. PARK AND CO. SATURDAY, 24th AUGUST, 1889, At 12 o'clook. In Rooms, Manse street. IG4 KEGS BLASTING POWDVR. AMES 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. SATURDAY, 24th AUGUST, At 2 o'clock. "ENRY LARNER . will sell by auction, at his Ro in?, Rattray street (next Bank of New Zealand*, The following Household Furniture ard Effects - Full Scotch chest of drawers, 4 chairs in leather, duchesse drawers and washstand in r.p., cheffonier, dining table, round table in r.p, walnut half-tester bedstead, spiing and flock mattresses, blankets, single and d üble wood bedstfad?, heavy walnut table, horsehair oouoh and easy chair, brass and steel bar fenders and irons, linoleum, range, oilcloth, opossum rug, hearthrug, 8-diy clock, Austrian at.d other cgairs, koking glass, carpets, squares, "cutlery, crockery, perambulator, boxes of tea, saddle and bridle, portable copper bole-, aud sui dries. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. SALE OF FREEHOLDS. ENRY LARNER . will sell by auction, at an early date. Freeholds in Frederick, Clyde, and St. David streets; also St. Kilda. Persons having I roperty to sell can enter for this sale. HESRY LARNER, Auctioneer. Rattray street (aext Bank N.Z ). SATURDAY, 24th AUGUST, At 2 o'clock. .AMES SAMSON AND CO. • I have received instructions from Mr Tyree to sell by auction, at their Rooms, His Furniture, etc , including— Haircloth suite, 100 table, cheffonier, drawing room suite in tapestry, whatnot, chest of drawers, oval 100 table, occasional do, couch (velvet cover), pictures, oil painting*, Brussels and tapestry carpets, steel bar fenders and fiieiroi.s, clock, lamp, double halftester iron bedstead, single do, spring mattress, flock do, blanket?, wardrobe, duche3se dressing table, washstandw and waie, towel rail, kitchen furniture, portable boiler, grindstone, perambulator, wheelbarrows, garden tools, meat safe, kitchen and ccoking utensils. Also, 2 doors and 4 windows, Etc, etc., etc. MONDAY, 26th AUGUST, At 2 o'clock. Unreserved Sale by Auction of SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Etc. On the Premises, St. Clair (near the Beach), AMES SAMSON AND CO. U have been favored with instructions from Mrs Wardrop (who has disposed of her property) to sell by auotion, The whole of her Household Furniture, Confectionery, etc, including— Superior walnut suite (in tapestry), harr couch, 100 table, cheffonier, Vienna chairs, fender, fireirons, hearthrugs, linoleum, door mats, sewing machine, pictures, ornaments, marble clock, kerosene lamps, colonial sofas, double ar-d single iron bedsteads, spring mar)tc- ses, palliasses, flock 'mattresses and bidding, washstands, toilet sets, looking glasses, chest 'of drawers, dressing tables, towel rails, bedroom ' i ~ dining table, chairs, cutlery, cbi glass ware, earthenware, kitchen furniture, cooking uteußils, laundry necessaries, meat safe; also, small stock of groceries and confectionery, counter scales and weights, show and lolly glasses, etc., etc., etc. SATURDAY EVENING, 24th AUGUST, At 6 o'clock. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Drapery, Clothing, Boots, etc, including— Ladies' costumes, dress materials, paletots, ulsters and jackets, men's suits, trousers, vests, overcoats, underflannels, pants, sox, shirts, calicoes. shirtings, cretoanes, sheetings, Also, Men's, women's, and boys' boots and shoes, Etc., etc. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), at 12 o'clook. In Rooms, 38 Geonre street, J CAMPBELL AND CO. have been in- • structed to sell by auction, without reserve—so boxes and 20 half-chests tea, lOdoz sauce, 12dcz vinegar, 40doz flower pots, and sdcz hop bitters, etc. Also, at 1 o'clock, furniture, consisting of horsehair couches and chairs, sofas, bedsteads, spring mattresses, chairs, etc., etc. " m MONDAY, 25th AUGUST, At half-past 2 o'clock. At Rooms, High street. Unreserved Sale of INDIAN TEAS, Consisting of—■ 43 half-chests Pekoe, each 451b 2!) do Orange Pekoe, each 551h 4 do do each 1001b 6 do Souchong, each 901b, Also, To close consignments, 8 chests Indian tea, lib tins 7 cheats Parasuath Estate Tea, lib packets 200 boxes China (Souchong) Tea, each 101b, 1 C. RETINOIDS AND CO. i« arc instructed to offer the above consignment of Indian Teas at auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Monday, 26th August, at 2.30 o'clock. These tea* are of the very finest description and flavor, and the attention of tlie trade is drawn to the fact that they are to bo sold POSITIVELY WITHOUT RESERVE, And in lots to suit purchiseYs. Samples at Rooms Friday. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. BOARD and Residence forj&ntlemen and families; termß modefcte; baths and phno. Beresford House, George street. GENTLEMAN requires (permanently) Sitting and Bertroom with Board; no other ledgers; must be in thorou;bly healthy and respectable Joeah'ty. "Zero," Office of this paper. ■•/■ (UPERIOR Board and Residence for 4 IC» ' Gentlemen; terms moderate. Mrs Mwards, Clarke street, off High street HOMB for an Elderly Man in Moroington; board and lodging low rate. Apply J, Neil, 74 George street. * HN. MILLS begs to notify the General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as YORK HOUSE, Moray place. Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 to 2,' Tea from 5 to 7. Good table, Prices moderate,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 7993, 23 August 1889

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