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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7996, 27 August 1889
AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 28th AUGUST, At 2 o’clock. Henry darner will sell by public auction, at his Rattray street, at 2 o’clock, Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of— Handsome marble clock (21-d>y, striking); painted opals, oil painting, hand-painted tea-set, e. p. forks and spoons, bronzes, duchesse drawers and glass, full Scotch drawers, round table, half-tester bedstead, spring mattress ana bedding, cbeffonier, toilet glass, Vienna ohainL linoleum (12 x 9), oilcloth, steel bar fender ana irons, single and double bedsteads, bordered tapestry square, carpet (15x12), copper boiler, range, crockery, cutlery, wool mate, b.L gun, dining table, kitchen utensils, r.nd sundries. Also fireproof safe. WEDNESDAY, 28th AUGUST, At 2 o’clock. BROWN v. NALDBR. Under Distraint for Rent. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from the Bailiff to sell by auction, on the opposite the North East Valley School, 2 black horse 3 (staunch in harness), 1 dray, 1 set o' harness, sundries, Etc., etc., etc. THURSDAY, 29tb AUGUST, At 2 o’clock. Clearing Sale of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, SPOTS, Bra Jambs samson aNP 00. have received Instructions from Jeverat vendors to sell by auction, at their Rooms, A large lot of— Ulsters, jackets, dresses, waterproofs, drew material, homespuns, gingham, prints, i heeling, all-wool shirtings, hollands, pinafores costumes, underclothing, calicos, lambskin, tablecovers, cretonnes, forfar, India twill, handkerj chiefs, victorines, scarf.*, braces, men a; youths’, and boys’ clothing, tweed and mole trousers, jumpers, Cardigan jackets flannels, drawers, shirts, hats, overcoats, boots (all sires and makes), fancy goods, Etc, etc., etc. WEDNESDAY, 28th AUGUST, 1889, At 10.30 a.m. At (he Burnside Yards. PIGS. \TT RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND 00,’ Vt will sell by auction at above time and place, 54 prime grain-fed porkers. FRIDAY, 30th AUGUST, At 2 o’clock. Unreserved Sale of 12 CRATES of COCHRAN’S EARTHENWARE, Ex Ralston, Consisting of— DINNER SETS fright Brown Persian, Fruit, and Blossom Patterns. TOILET SETS— White and Gold, Passion Flower, and Fruit Patterns, and Blue, Crimson, and Green Stripes. DBA CUPS AND SAUCERS AND JUGS— Various Patterns. PLATES, DISHES, AND COVER DISHES— In Blue Syrian Ware. Etc., etc., etc, EC. REYNOLDS AND 00,’ • have received instructions to sell the above by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Friday, 30th August, at 2 o’clock. Now on view. FRIDAY, 30th AUGUST, At 2 o’clock. SALE OF CITY AND SUBURBAN FREEHOLDS. Henry larneb has received instructions to sell by auction, at his Booms, Rattray street (next Bank of New Zealand), The following Freehold Properties : Lot I.—Allotment 7, block 39, township of St Eilda, containing 14 and 4-lOtit poles, with frontage to M'Olashan street; in an intestate estate; without reserve. Lot 2.—Fart allotments 2 and 19, block 22, with frontage to Frederick street and Athol place; a very valuablesection,, and close to the docks. Lot 3. Allotment 50, block 27, Clyde street, with first-class five -roomed verandah cottage, senllery and washhouse ; a very desirable property, in. first-class order; L3OO can remain on mortgage, at 7 per cent. Lot 4.—Allotments on plan of subdivision of section 89, block 7, Town District; and allotments 16,17, and 18, Kensington, with frontage 100 links to Park street and 67.5 links to Andenon’a Bay road. This section is near the Exhibition, and vary suitable for • hotel or store. There is also a fourroomed house on the ground. Easy terms. Lot 6.—Allotments 65, 66, and put 63, township of Burkes, with six-roomed house, new stable; also large fowlhouse; a very valuable property; within fifty yards of railway station. Lot 6.—Allotments 24 25, and 26, of subdivision block 30, St. David street; Dunedin, with 23-roomed cottages thereon; terms, LIOO cash, balance on mortgage at 7 per cent. Lot 7.—Sections 5, 14, and 15, block 4, Rothesay Extension; and section 1, block 2, Ravensbontne. All particulars and cards to view on application to the Auctioneer, HENRY DARKER, Rattray street. THURSDAY, 29th AUGUST. At 12 o’clock. In Rooms, Manse street, BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURING PLANT, TOOLS, SEWING MACHINES, Etc., Etc. JAMES A. PARE AND CO. have reoeived instructions from the Trustees to sell by auction, at their Booms, on Thursday, at 12 o’clock, The following Bootmaker’a Plant : Bolling mao tine, knife press, blocking machines, 8 leather-sewing machines, children's, boys’, youths’, and women’s lasts, trees, Wellington trees, clams, tools, nails and rivets, tips, pegs, side crop, blocks, tin patterns, bencher, sole knives, steel knives, and sundries, Now on view. MEETINGS. ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. UNITED OTAGO DISTRICT, The half-yearly meeting of t above will be held at the Saint Andres Hall, Thames street, Oamara, on FRIDA' the 80th hut., at 10 o'clock a.m. Officers and Delegate* will meet at the Dn jadin Railway Station on Thursday, the 89 inst, at 7.36 a m., and join in Procession Oamaiu at 2 p.m. WM. WOODLAND, District Secretary. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, Large Boom, furnished or unfurnished, with Partial Board, by quiet Gentleman. Apply ** Cosy, 1 * Stab Office. ANTED, a Furnished House, or Furnished Rooms; with or without board, Address *'B ,” Stab Office. BOARD and Residence; 16s per wpekt washing included. Apply Gore Brea., Cumberland street. Stabling to Let. (COMFORTABLE Home for young Lady 7 engaged during day; terms moderate. Address Mr Horsburgh, George street. ENTLBMAN requires (permanently) Sitting and Bedroom with Board; no other lodgers; must be in thoroughly healthy and respectable locality, “Ztro,” Office of this paper. HN. MILLS begs to notify the General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as TO-.K HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders ana Visitors Breakfast from 7 to 9, Lunch from 12 tc 2, Tea from 5 to 7. Good table. Prices moderate. LOST AND FOUND. WILL Party who took Boots by mistake, on Saturday, 24th, from Ladles* Refreshment Room, Dunedin Station, kindly return same and oblige. LOST, Gold Pencil Case (bone’s hoof); finder handsomely rewarded. U, J, Monkman, Union Steam Ship Co.
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