AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 4th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o’clock. Henry larnbr will cell by auction, at bia Rooms, Rattray street (next Bank New Zealand), Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of Large wardrobe, handsome full Scotch drawers in H.P., suite in cretonne (walnut frames), walnut table, brass m. half-tester bedstead, spring mattress and bedding, chiffonier, h.h. couch and chairs, ducheese drawers and toilet, 21-day marble clock, fancy bracket and ornaments, cutlery, fancy goods, carpets, hearthrugs, bedroom squares, table cloth, blankets, linoleum and oi'cloth, copper boiler, range, Vienna and other chairs, pictures, dining table, wool mats, and sundries. THURSDAY, sth SEPTEMBER, 1889, At 2 o’clock. On account of whom it may concern. 5 OASES GALVANISED IRON. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • have been instructed to sell the above by auction, at their Rooms, on Thursday, sth September, at 2 o’clock. SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, At 12 o’clock. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from the Mortgagees to sell by auction. Section 29, Township of Darley (Cavcrsham), containing 12 poles, more or less, together with all buildings thereon, all securely, fenced aul planted with fruit trees and shrubs. This property has frontages to Josephine and Edwin streets, and will be sold a bargain on easy terms. Also, Allotments No. ICO and 101 Private Township of Hansford, under powers of sale contained in mortgage, Thomas M. Adams to Thomas Hansford. No reserve. Terms cash. SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, 4-t 1 sharp. PAWNBROKER’S UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. J SAMSON AND CO. • will sell by auction as above (by order of A. Solomon), the f jllowing goods pledged at the National Fawn Office, Rattray street—-1882.—Decf-ml»'r 12th, 1101, albert chain, etc. 1883,—May 19 hj, 505, gold watch, brooch, etc. 1885. —February 11th, 144, dress. April 25tb, 429, counterpane, etc. May Ist, 467, cup and medal; 19th, 551, 3 books. September 23rd, 1102, silver watch, chain, and 2 seals. 1886—April 15tb, 352, 2 rings, pair earrings, etc. May 4tb, 407, silver watch. June 21st, 575, gold watch and chain. December 10th, 1536, silk dress. 1887—March IIA, 304, silk dress. May 19th, 586, pair earrings. June 24th, 723, tablecover. July 20th, 807, tablecover and clothing; 26th, 840, go'd chain, locket, etc. August 3rd, 870, cruet stand. September 20th, 1025, silver watch. November 23rd, 1187, gold earrings. December 23rd, 1274, silver necklet and locket, 1888—January 17th, 52. opera cloak. February 2nd, 116, s.h. watch; 6th, 128, 8 books; 24th, 181, s.h. lever. March 12th, 216, gold watch. April 4th, 288, silver watch; sth, 230, 2 silver watchss; 12th, 317, gold geneva watch; 12th, 318, silver necklet and 2 bracelets; 12tfa, 314, gold seal and silver watch; 18th, 336, silver watch, gold chain, and locket; 18th, 338, silver necklet a r d locket; 20th, 347, silver watch; 2lst, 349, diamond ring; 23rd, 355, silver watch; 25th, 365, gold ring; 26th, 377, Masonic jewel; 30th, 385, silver watch. May 7th, 399, silver watch ; 9th, 403, gold brooch; 15th, 419, gold ring; 21st, 411, silver watch; 23rd, 443, silver watch and chain; 23rd, 445, gold bracelet. Jane sth, 474, gold ring, necklet, and locket; 12th, 490, gold pin. July 10th, 559, silver watch, chain, etc.; 27th. 589, shawl; 28th, 591, remnant, August Btb, 615, diamond ring, gold watch and chain; 17tb, 630, gold ring; 18th, 632, gold chain; 20tb, 635, gold earrings and ring. September 10th, 689, overcoat and Masonic apron; 22nd, 722, gold earrings; 24th, 726, gold watch, October 3rd, 746, gold ring; 17th, 777, 2 quilts, etc.; 19th, 783, knives, forks, and spoons; 19th, 785, silver watch; 25th, 804, geneva watch; 27th, 810, silver watch; 27th, 815, gold chain and pendant. November 7tb, 838, revolver; 13ch, 849, gold ring. December 3rd, 883, gold watch ; 4th, 887, solitaires and gold pin; 12th, 903, gold ring; 17tb, 918, gold ring; 17 tb, 920, gold chain; 18th, 923, 2 gold pins; 20th, 926, dress suit; 29th, 944, gold ring. 1889.—January Bth, 18 gold wateh and chain ; 10th, 19, silver watch, gold chain, and pendants ; 24th, 41, gold masonic jewel; 25th, 43, gold bracelet; 29th, 49, silver watch, February 21st, 81, piece cf cloth; 21st, 83, diess. March 22nd, 120, quilt and tablecover. April 23rd, 175, rug; 30th, 187, mantel drape; 30th, 188, parcel of clothing. * And 350 other lots of clothing, books, tools, etc. SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, At 1 o’clock sharp, SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o’clock, ■Without reserve. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGBNGY COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed to sell by public auction, in their Rooms, Rattray street Dunedin, on Saturday, 7th September, at 2 o’clock, HAWKBBURY.—Jones’s Township—Sections 86 and 55, block 1,, having frontages to Thomas'and Henry streets. CLARENDON. Nathan and Moses’s Township—Sections 1 and 2, block I, having frontages to Hyde street and a public road. These properties are for absolute sale, and will be sold without reserve. For particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7th, 1889, At 2 o’clock, In the Supreme Court of New Zealand, Canterbury district. Mortgaged Freehold Properties in the Estate of the late J. J. Saunte. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, is instructed by the Registrar of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, at Christchurch, to offer for sale, in their Rooms, corner of Rattray and Vogel streets, Dunedin, on Saturday, the 7th day of September, 1889, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, the following Properties, under Mortgage to the Estate of the late J. J. Saunter— FITZROY ESTATE.-Section 66, fronting Brunswick road, containing 12,25 poles, with cottage erected thereon, FORBURY. —Section 5, of subdivision of part of Block VI., fronting Bathgate stre t, and containing 17-9 poles. BROUGHTON (Eaikorai Valiev).—Sections 39 and 40, containing 1 rood 28 poles, corner allotments, with 3-roomed cottage thereon. HOLTROOD.—Sections]24, 25, 57, 58, and 59, containing 1 acre 1 rood and 8 poles; this will be sold in two or more lots. These properties are for absolute sale (as it is necessary to close trust accounts), and offer a good opportunity to speculators and others for investment. For'terms and particulars, apply to THE AUCTIONEERS, SATURDAY. 7th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o’clock. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have been instructed to soil by auction, at their Rooms, Rattray stroi t, Dunedin, at the above time, Lot I.—Being part of allotment 25, Forbestown, Kaikorai Valley, with larger wooden store and sheds thereon. Lot 2 —Bo ng other part of allotment 25, Forbestown, with three-roomed cottage thereon. The above properties will be offered for cade without reserve. The cottage is in good order, and the store is a commodious building, suitable (or small manufactory. For particulars apply THE AUCTIONEERSPRIVILEGES for Hunt Club Races, September Ntth and 14 th, Sold at Wright, Stephenson, and Co.’s New Yards on Saturday, 7ijb inat,, at 11 o’clock. 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