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AUCTIONS. THIS (SATURDAY; EVKCVIiXG, At 8 o'clock, THIRD FORTNIGHTLY SALE OK MINING an.l o 'her £II.IRKS. ~v M. BPEDDING will hold another Sale of Shares ia COMMERCIAL ROOM, WATSON'S HOTEL, OK SATURDAY EYrNISG, At 8 o'clock sharp. MONDAY, 2nd BBPTEMBSR, At 2 o'clock. Sale by Auction if GENTLEMAN'S Httsr-OLa.SSFREEHOLD RESIDENCE (Being the Private Residence cf the late Mr George F01k63), HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. 'AMES SAMSON AND 00. 9 have been favored with instructions from Mrs M. Grisdell to sell by auction on the premises, Leith street', Calton (near Lindsay's Bridge) N.E.V., The whole uf her Household Furniture, including— Superior suite, large Brussels carpet', hearthrug, fencer and fireirocs, large pier-glasses, mahogany oval table, cheffonier, whatnot, window cui tains, coal vase, crystal chandelier, handsome pictures, ornaments, vases, double and single iron bedsteads, palliasses, mattre=se3, bed linen and blankets, cedar chest of drawers, washstand, ware, dressing tabic, bedroom carpets, commode, cartain poles and ring*, linoleum, passage floorcloth, umbrella stand, hall table, barometer, hall lamp, door-scraper, dining table, hair suite, chairs, sewing machine, cutlery, glass and chinaware, timepicc?, cast of stuffed birds, kitchen furniture, cooking and laundry utentila, Etc., etc., etc. Also, The dwelling, which contains seven rooms and outhouses, ia faithfully built ai d well situated. The allotment Nos. 7. 8, 9,11,12 are all securely fenced, and planted out with ornamental trees and shrub;. The orchard is now in full bearing, producing a large quantity of tvery kini cf fruit. Terms easy. The property and furniture can be inspected. TDE3DAY, 3rd SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. Sale by Auction of HOUSEHOLD FURNITCJRE, WASHING MACHINE, WRINGER, Etc. On the premises, earner of Cargill road and Alexandra street, Caversham. "AMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mrs Walker (who is leaving for Wellington) to sell by auction, Her Household Furniture, including— Superior oval table, tea table, springbottomed couch, 4 hair chairs, fender and fireirons, a quantity of books, timepiece, vase?, small cupboard, kerosene lamp, linoleum, kitchen table, chair?, dresser, recking chair, cheffo nier, bedsteads and bedding, washLtind and ware, hard sewing ma hires, rradle, ki-cheu ccoking utensil*, washing appliance?. 2 canaries and cage, 2 geese, fowls, shop steps, gaiden hose, Etc., etc, etc. TO FARMERS, SPP CULATORS, AND OTHER 0 . WEDNESDAY, 4th SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. Important Sale By Auction o FREEHOLD FARM; Also SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, DRAYS, FARM IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. "AMES SAMSON AND 00. 3 have received instructions from Mr J. Hutchison to sell by auction, on the Premises, Upper Waipahi South, Seotions 2 and 3, block V., 355J acres freehold land, of which 250 acres are laid out in English gtassej, the balance natural tussock, all securely fenced and subdivided into seven paddocks. Also live and dead stock, including 100 cropsbrtd hoggets, 200 cross bred ewes and lambs, Leicester rams, 10 head of cattle, cows near calving, 3-ycw-old colt, 4 draught horses, good saddle hack, farm dray (with frame), 5 seta leading ha ness, 9 sets plough chains, collars, names, and sundry harness, 2 double-furrow ploughs, 1 set four-leaf harrows, 1 setTrapet harrows, sheep boxes, roller, back-delivery machine, 2 chaffcutters (horse-power), anvil, vyce, blocks, pig (iron) troughs, 2 grindstones, scythes, rakes, farming implements, the whole of the furniture and requirements, etc., etc., etc. N.B.— Mr Hutchison having become landlord of the Railway Hote l , Waipahi, the whole off the above will be, sold without reserve. Sale to commence sharp at 19 o'clock, Lunoh provided. MONDAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. To Merchants, Storekeepers, and Others* 90 PRIME AKAROA CHEESE. "~ 0. REYNOLDS AND 00>. will sell by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Monday, 2nd September, at 12* o'clock. Now on view. MONDAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER, At 2 30o'olock. At Rose, Wilson, and Co.'a Bond, Crawford) street, and Universal Bond, Bond street. ' On account of whom ft may concern. For at)3o!utG sale, Without reserve, CHINA SUGARS. Rose, Wilson, and Co.'sßond, at 2.30 p.m. sfearp, 230 bags China A Sugar. Universal Bond, immediately after, 170 bags China A Sugar 413 „ „ AA „ EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • have reoeived instructions to offer the above Sugars by public auction, on Monday, 2nd September, at 2 30 o'clock, at Rote, Wilson, and Co.'a Bond, and immediately after completing there at the Universal Bond. All faults, if any, Absolutely without reserve. TUESDAY, 3rd SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock* Unreserved Sale of CONSIGNMENT OF JAPANESE FANCY .«m GOODS, Consisting of Eutasie, Yakashima, and Owari Vases, Owari Teapats, Cabinets, large UmbrellaVases, Owari and Kutasie Tea Jars, Saga Water Bottles, Eggshell Kutaßie Tea Sefr, Owari Cups and Saucers, Tma« Bowls, Silt Handkerchiefs, Firescreens, Paper Fans, Moa» keys, Rabbits, etc, etc., eta. In tsade lots only. Q REYNOLDS AND (TO, have received instruction* to sell the above by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Tuesday, 3rd September, at 2 o'clock. On view morning of sale. MONDAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER,. At 12 o'clook. ; SECTION 4ND COTTAGE, \ Selwyn, North east Valley. JAMES A. PARK AND 00, are instructed to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on Monday, 2ndSeptem- > ber, at 12 o'olock, Section 67, fronting Sixth avenue, township of Selwyn, North-east Valley, together with the Four-roomed Cottage thereon. Terms at Sale. EXHIBITION Music-'Joan of Arc,' • Comola,' * Lord of the Isles '-only had at Dresden Piano Dep6t. (HAG Point Coal Mine,-Outtera Wanted* Apply at the mine.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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