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AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY. 18th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. " K N R Y LAKNEK . has received instructions to sell by auction, at his Rooms, Rattray street (next BankV. on account of a gentleman leaving Dunrrlin, House'jrlil Furniture ami Flfect?, consisting ofOold chain, watch, ring, and pin, large 21-day marble striking clock, silver jewelleiy, handpainted opals, plated forks and spoons, brackets and ornaments, opera-glass, full Scotch drawer?, duchesse drawers and glass, bordered square (12 x 9), half-teeter bedstead, spring and flock mattress, steel bar fender and irons, 8 day clock, dining table, wardrobe, dresser, handpainted tea set, linoleum (9 x 12), oilcloth, range, copper, boiler, kitchen utensils and sundries ; also side saddle and gent's saddle. WEDNESDAY. 18th SEPTEMBER, At 2.30 o'clock. At Rooms, High street. To Close Consignments. CHINA SUGAR. 800 packages China CW Sugw. C, REYNOLDS AND CO. • are instructed to offer the above by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Wednesday, 18th September, at 2.30 o'clock. WEDNESDAY, JBtl. SEPTEMBER. Burnside Yards. 120 prime grain-fed bacon p?gs, weights 120 to 1401bs. r> EID, MACLEAN, AND CO., ; Auctioneers. THURSDAY, 19th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. For Positive Sale. GRAND PIANO, FURNITURE, Etc. "" M. SPEDDING I ia instructed to sell by auction, in his Upper Sale room, on Thursday first, at 2 o'clock, Valuable grand sqnare piano, expensive exhibition euite (of couch and four occasional chairs), heavy mahogany fining room suite (upholstered in Utrecht velvet), telescope dining table, over-mantle, fancy folding Bcreen, valuable plated tea tray and dish covers, glassware, etc. Also, A quantity of general furniture and sundries. Without reserve. WEDNESDAY, 18th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. AMES SAMSON AND GO. have received instructions from Mr Dunn to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Bis Furniture, etc., including— Dining rorm suite in haircloth, parlor suite in tapestry, 100 table, full-Scotch chest of drawers (red pine), duchesse drawers, Brussels and tapestry carpets, hearth and wool rugs, fender and fireirona, oil paintings, pictures, marble clock, overmantel, tea set, linoleum, Vienna chairs, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring mattress, bedding, 1 full-Scotch and one half-Scotch chest of drawers, washstands and ware, dressing tables, spring couch, occasional chair, kitchen sofa, chairs, tables, oilcloth, perambulator, child's cot, wringer, cooking range, portable boiler, sewing machine, door scraper, kitchen* fender, hay forks, carpenters' baskets, nails, lamp, glasses, globes, kitchen, utensils, etc., etc., etc. FRIDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, 1889. At 2 o'clock. Under Power of Sale contained in Memorandum of Mortgage, No. 9,599. AMES SAMSON AND CO., rj are instructed bv the Mortgagee to sell by auction at their Rooms, Dowling street, Dunedin, Allotment 9 and part of Allotment 10. Block I, St. John's Wood, concaining 13.65 Poles, more or less, with Dwelling-house erected thereon. For particulars and conditions of sale apply to MESSRS ADAMS BROS., Solicitors for the Mortgagee. Or THE AUCTIONEERS. FhIDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE?, VALUABLE BOOKCASE AND SIDEBOARD, Ktc, Etc. AMES A. PARK AND CO. *3 are instructed by Mrs Proctor to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on Friday, 20th September, at 2 o'clock, Her Superior Household Furniture, consisting of— Very handsome drawing room furniture, dining room furniture, etc. Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale. Full particulars in next advertisements. SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, At J-pist 1 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. BOOKS! BOOKS J BOOKS! A Large Collection of Valuable Works. Catalogues on Thursday. ■ AMES A, PARK AND 00. FRIDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. CITY FREEHOLD, Fronting Princes and Crawford streets. With ' LARGE AND COMMODIOUS STORES Thereon. |HE PERPETUAL TP.OSTEES, ESTATE, . AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have received instructions from the Proprietor to sell by public Friday, 20th September, at 2 o'clock, Sections 8 and 19, and parts of 9 and 26V block XLVL, Dunodin, having frontages to Princes and Crawford streets, and containing 2 roods and 5 poles, and will be offered either as a whole or in two lots* On part of the property are erected the buildings known as the Otago Wool Stores, at present occupied by Messrs Reid, Maclean, and Co., aB Wool and Grain Stores, etc. The Auctioneers would direct special attention to the above sale as an opportunity of acquiring a freehold in Princes street which rarely occurs; and as the sale is being made to close joint and trust accounts, the property is for absolute sale. The site ia well suited for stores or, for manufacturing works, and as an investment or for speculative purposes cannot be. surpassed. The Title is under the Land Transfer Act, and) easy terms of payment may be arranged. For farther particulars apply to Messrs KENYON AND EOSEjOSQ, Solicitors; THE TRUSTEES, EXECHSORS, AND AGENCY COMPANY; Or to THE AUCTIONEERS. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND BAILWAYS, TIMARU RACES l SEPTEMBER 19 AND 20. SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS to Timam wtfi fed issued at Waiareka Junction, Dunedin, and Intermediate Stations (totaling Branches), on 18th and 19th September ; and will be available for return up to and including Monday, 23rd September. By order. LOST AND FOUND. LOST or Strayed, a young Fox-terrier, about; Bark street, on Sunday last. Pleasereturn to Mrs Gillies, Park street. Rewaxl offered. . OST, Silver Penoi) Case, Filleul street, or J Octagon. Raward returning A. H. Jones, National Insurance Company. FOUND* atßoslyn, last Sunday, St Bernard Bog; City collar, No. —. Apply Mutual-Agency Company. LOST, on Saturday night, a Rug; insidelraltatkm skin; reward. HansomOah>

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8014, 17 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 8014, 17 September 1889

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