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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8001, 2 September 1889
AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 4th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. E N R Y LARNEB . will sell by auction, at his Rooms, Rattray ktreet (next Bank .New Zealand), Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of Large wardrobe, handsome full Scotch drawers in R.P., unite in cretonne (walnut frames), walnut table, brass m. half-tester bedstead, spring mattress and bedding, cheffonier, b.h. couch and chairs, duchesse drawers and toilet, 21-day marble clock, fancy bracket and ornaments, cutlery, fancy goods, carpets, hearthrugs, bedroom squares, table cloth, blankets, linoleum and oilcloth, copper boiler, range, Vienna and other chairs, pictures, dining table, wool mats, and sundries. FRIDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock p.m. GREAT LAND SALE. BY AUCTION. THE DUNEDIN FINANCE, LOAN, AND AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, have received instructions to offer for sale, at their Central Auction Rcoms, High street, on the above date, The following Properties in the estate of William Coutts (deceased) : Lot I.—Part of section 29, block V., PORTOBELLO ) istrict, containing 1 rood and 19 poles, with buildings thereon; formerly in the occupation of Mr Beatson. Lot 2.—Section 35, block 11., OTAGO PENINSULi. District, containing 15 acres 2 roods and 16 poles. This lot is subject to a lease to Mr O. Olson, about six years to run; rent, L 8 10a a year, with right to purchase at Ll6O. Lot 3.—Allotments 16, 17, and 18, block G, Township of PORTOBELLO, containing 3 roods. Lot 4.—Allotment 14, block 11., Township of RAVENSBOURNE, containing 33 poles. Also, at the same time and place: Lot I.—FREEHOLD of part section 3, block VI., DUNEDIN (frontage to PRINCES STREET), upon whicb stands the PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL. Ground rent, LIOO per annum. Lease expires December 15th, 1894. Lot 2.-Section 19, block XII., ARTHUR STREET, DUNEDIN, with sixroomed house thereon. Lot 3 -Section 36, block XII., ARTHUR STREET, DUNEDIN. Lot4.—Secti-m 1, blockXVII., EastTaieri District, YA'LLIE'S CROSSING, contai ubout 50 acres, and Cottage tlii-ri L-u. Lot 5.i J art sections 11 and 12, block XI., East Taieri District, WYLUK'S CROSSING, 35 acres. Lot 6 (by order of the mortgagee).—Section 5?, block XXXVII., DUNEDIN, with cottage. Lot 7.—Allotments 2 and 17, block ni., DALKEITH, 1 rood. Lot B.—Allotment 3 of subdivisions 4 and 5, and section 16, Township of ROTHESAY, containing about 3 roods. Lot 9.—Part of allotment 62, Forth street, LINDEN, 20 poles, with three-roomed cottage, scullery, good range, and water supply. Lot 10.-Allotmeat 5, block XV., ST. KILDA, 100 ft by 50ft, with two-roomed biick cottage, wpoden stable. Lot 11.-AUotment 40, CALTON, with good three-roomed brick cottage and every convenience. Lot 12.—Part of section 57, block XXXIV., NEW STREET, DUNEDIN, with good fair-roomed cottage and outhouses. Lot 13.—Part section 50, block XII., 40ft by 84ft, ARTHUR STREET, DUNEDIN. Lot 14. Part section 25, block XI., RUSSELL STREET, DUNEDItf, 33ft by 110 ft, with good five-roomed cottage and outhouses. Lot 15.—Part section 45, block XXXH., FORTH PLACE, DUNEDIN, 29 poles, with two brick and stone dwellings thereon. Lot 16.—Part section. 47, block XXXII., GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN, land 70 links by an average depth of 130 links, with very substantial sevenroomed house, bath, etc, thereon; well let. Lot 17.—Part section 47, block XXXH., GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN, land 51 links by 170 link?, with dwelling of five rooms thereon; well let. Lot 18.—Part section 47, block XXXII., GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN, 58 links by 103 links, with nine-roomed house, bathroom, etc. Lot 19.—Part of section 45, block XXXII.. FORTH PLACE, DUNEDIN. 60 links by 103 links, with good brick cottage. Lot 20.—Part of sections 60 and 61, block XXXVI., DUNEDIN, containing 35.5 poles, having a frontage to EDEN STREET. Lot 21.—Part of section 60, block XXXI, DUNEDIN, having a frontage of 33ft to ST. DAVID STREET, by 66ft, with 2 two-roomed houses thereon. Lot 22.—Allotments 7, 8, and 9, block H., OAVERSHAM EXTENSION, having a frontage of 50 links each to High street, by a depth of 225 links. Lot 23.—Allotment 5, block XU., Township of FORBURY, containing 1 rood, having a frontage to main road; a very valuable section. Lot 24.—Allotment 6, block VH., Township of FORBURY, containing 11.2 poles, having a frontage to Bathgate street of 45 links, with a good fourroomed house thereou. Lot 25.—Allotment 7, block XX. Extension of the Township of FORBURY, having a frontage to Brunswick ioid. Lot 26.—Half allotment 8, block XIIL, Township of FORBURY, having a frontage to Gisborne road; full quarteracre. Lot 27.—Allotments 1, 2, and 3, sub-divi-sion of paTt of block VIII., SOUTH DUNEDIN, containing 20 poles, having frontages to Bay View road and Regent street, with stable thereon. Lot 28.—Allotment 11, block 1,, Township of MORNING TON. with a frontage to Hawthorne avenue of 48ft, with a new six-roomed house, with bath room, scullery, and outhouses thereon; in splendid order. Lot 29.-Allotment 6. blook 1., PRIVATE TOWNSHIP OF MORNmGTON, having a frontage of 45ft to Maclaggan street, by 82ft, with a two-roomed House with all conveniences. Lot 30.-Allotments 24, 25, 26, 27,28, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, ard 39, Township of MARYHILL, having frontages to Buchanan street. Argyle street, and district road. These sections will be put up separately if desired. Lot 31.—Allotment 59, Township of WEST DUNEDIN, having a frontage to Aitken street. Lot 32.—Allotment 15. block 11., Township of kUSSELBURGH, containing 24.24 poles, being a valuable corner section, with frontages to district road and Eakvale street. Lot 33.—Allotments 46 and 47, and part of 45, Township of FITZROY, fronting Macandrew road. Lot 34.—Allotments 3 and 4, block 1., Township of GLENLEITH, Woodhaugh Valley, containing nearly half an acre, with two-roomed house thereon. Lot 35.—Allotments 66, 70, 71, and 72, Township of CALTON, having frontages to Montrose street and Leith walk. Lot 36.—Allotments 5, 6, and 7, block 11, Township of HASTINGS, near Burkes, adjoining Catholic Church, Lot 37.—Section 22, block IT., Town of KAITANGATA, fronting Start street. The Auctioneers would draw attention to this grand opportunity of securing a cheap property. Terms very liberal, as the vendor* have resolved to realise. For farther particulars apply to Messrs SIEVWRIGHT AND JAMES, Solicitors, 14 High street; Or to THE AUCTIONEERS. SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. nHE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, L AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEWZEALAND, LIMITED, have been instructed to sell by auction, at their Roontß, Rattray street, Dunedin, at the above time, Lot I.—Being part of allotment 25, Forbestown, Kaikorai Valley, with large wooden store and sheds thereon. Lot 2.—Being other part of allotment 25, Forbestown, with three-roomed cottage thereon. The above properties will be offered for sale without reserve. The cottage is in good order, and the store is a commodious building, suitable for small manufactory. For particulars apply THE AUCTIONEERS,
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