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AUOHONS. FRIDAY, 30th AUGUST, At 2 o'clock. SALE OF OITY~AND SUBURBAN FREEHOLDS. ENRYL A R N E K haa received instructions to sell by auction, at his Rooms, Rattray street (next Bank of New Zealand), The following Freehold Properties : Lot I.—Allotment 7, block 89, township of St. Kilda, containing 14 and 4-10 th poles, with frontage to M'Glashan 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 valuable section, and close to the docks. Lot 3. Allotment 50, block 27, Clyde street, with first-class five-roomed verandah cottage, scullery and washhouee; a very desirable property, in first-clas3 order; L3OO can remain on mortgage, at 7 per cent. Lot 4.—Allotment 3 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 Anderson's Bay road. This section is near the Exhibition, and very suitable for a hotel or Btore. There is also a fourroomed house on the ground. Easy terms. Lot s.—Allotments 55, 56, and part 52, 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.—Seotions 5, 14, and 15, block 4, Rothesay Extension; And section 1, block 2, Ravensbomne. All particulars and cards to view on application to the Auctioneer, HENRY LARNER, Rattray street. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st, At 2 o'clock. ENRY LARNER . will sell by auction, at his Rooms, Tthe following Household Furniture and EffectsLarge wardrobe, full Scotch chest drawers, large walnut table, duchesse drawers and glass in r.p., toilet and washfctacd in r p., handsome half-tester b?d«*••>!»(', spring mattress and bedding, clicU <> n r, leather and Austrian chairs, (\ <•-.' table, single and double bedHeads, lot best linoleum, steel bar fender, pictores, bordered tapestry square (9 x 10£), kidder square, tapestry cirpet, cutlery, crockery, range, portable copper bailer, saddle and biidle, and sundries. FBIDAY, 30th AUGUST, At 2 o'clock. Unreserved Sale of 12 CRATES of COCHRAN'S EARTHENWARE, Ex Ralston, Consisting of— DINNER SETSBright' Brown Persian, Fruit, and Blossom Patterns. TOILET SETSWhite and Gold, Passion Flower, and Fruit Patterns, and Blue, Crimson, and Green Stripes. TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS AND JUGSVarious Patterns. PLATES, DISHES, AND COVER DISHESIn Blue Syrian Ware. Etc., etc., etc. C. REYNOLDS AND CO. have received instructions to sell the abovo by auotion, at their Rooms, Bigh street, on Fiiday, 30th Angust, at 2 o'clock. Now on view. SATURDAY, 31st AUGUST, At 2 o'clock. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions from Mr Robertson to sell by auction, at their Rooms, His Furniture, etc., including— Superior dining room suite in haircloth, 100 table, red pine chest of drawers, drawing room suite in tapestry, cheffonier, occasional table, whatnot, Brussels and tapestry carpets, hearth and wool mgs, fender and irons, ashpans, Vienna chairs, linoleum, clock, cruet, pictures, oil paintinp, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring and flock mattresses, duchesse drawers and glass, washstands and ware, dressing tables, toilet glasses, cretonne couch, kitchen sofa, chairs, tables, cooking utensils, perambulator, portable boiler, colonial oven, bakers' trays, tins, peels, etc., etc. 6 game hens and rooster, canaries, blackbirds, thrush, and cages Singer sewing machine, books, Etc, etc., etc, MONDAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. Sale by Auction of GENTLEMAN'S FIRST-CLASS FREEHOLD RBSIDENOE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND GO. have been favored with instructions from Mrs M. Grisdell to sell by auction on the premises, Leith street, Calton (near Lindsay's Bridge), The whole of her Household Furniture, including— Superior suite, large Brussels carpets, hearthrug, fender and fireirons, large pier-glasses, mahogany oval table, cheffonier, whatnot, window curtains, coal vase, crystal chandelier, handsome pictures, ornaments, vases, double and single iron bedsteads, palliasses, mattresses, bed linen and blankets, cedar chest of drawers, washstand, ware, dressing table, bedroom carpets, commode, curtain poles and rings, linoleum, passage floorcloth, umbrella stand, hall table, barometer, hall lamp, door-scraper, dining table, hair suite, chairs, sewing machine, cutlery, glass and chinaware, timepiece, case of stuffed birds, kitohen furniture, . cooking and laundry utensils, Etc., etc., etc Also, Tie dwelling, which contains seven looms and outhouses, is faithfully bnilt and well situated. The allotment Nos. 7, 8, 9,11,12 are all securely fenced, and planted out with ornamental trees and shrubs. The orchard is now in full bearing, producing a large quantity of every kind of fruit. Terms easy. The property and furniture can be inspected. SATURDAY EVENHKJ, 31st AUGUST, At 8 o'olock. THIRD FORTNIGHTLY SALE MINING and other SHARES. T\ M. S F B D D 'I. M a will hold another Sale of Shares in COMMERCIAL ROOM, WATSON'S HOTEL, On SATUBDAY EVENING, At 8 o'clock sharp. SATURDAY, Slat AUGUST, At 12 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITUREAND EFFECTS Under distraint. Superior revolver, d.b. breech-loading fowling-piece, d.b. muzzle-loading gun and case, gentls saddle, American stove, Zealandia range, iron winch, birdcages, pictures, tea, turnip seed, and miscellaneous goods; also, in an intestate estate, trunk and contents, silver lever watch, etc. TAMES A. PARE AND CO. MONDAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. ~^\„ : .~ SECTION AND COTTAGE, v Selwyn, North east Valley. AMES A. PARE AND 00. are instructed to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on Monday, 2nd September, at 12 o'clock, Section 67, fronting Sixth avenue, township v of Selwyn, North-east Valley, together with the Four-roomed Cottage thereon, Terms at Sale,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7998, 29 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 7998, 29 August 1889

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