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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 8017, 20 September 1889
AUCTIONS, SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER,. At J-pist 1 o'cliwtela Rooms, Manse street;, BOOKS I BOOKS! BOOKS! A Large Collection of Valuable Works, comprising-' Chambers's Encyclopedia, Byron'B Life (10 vols), Annals of toothed (3 vols}). Miniature Shakespeare (12 v-ols), InHood's Poems, Foster's Essays; Mill'* Leotnres, Moore's Melodies, RabelassWorkc, Guizot's History of England,, General Gazetteer (3 vols), Thackeray'* Works, and Works by numerous other authors. Catalogues at Booms. AMES A. PARK AND 00. MONDAY. 23rd SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises. York House, Moray place; HOUSEHOLDFURNITUREANDEFFEOT& Superior Cottage Pianoforte by Traumann.. By order of the Official Assignee. AMES A. PARK A*iD CO. v are instructed by the Official Assignee tosell by auction on the premises, York House, Moray place, on Monday, 23rd September, at 2 o'clock, The whofo Household Furniture and Effect?, consisting of— Walnut pianoforte by Traumann, cheffomer, dining table, Vienna cfowra, easy chair, floorcloth, mats, carpets, ornaments* pictures, doubleandsujgleweodandiron bedsteads, blankets, mattresses, palliasses, washstands and ware, tables, toilet glasses, kitchen fun?itur«, scullery utensil?, and sundries. Without reserve. SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889, At half-past 11 sharp. At Dunedin Horse Saleyard. -TJ-RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. V? have received instructions to sell by auction at above time and place, 2 first-class draught horses, 6 years old ; any trials. On account of another vendor: 6 first-class dtaught and light - harnese horses. SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889, At 11 o'clock. At Dunedin Howe Saleyard. WRIGHT, STEPHEKSON, AND CO. have received instrc'stJoßS from Mr Lockhead to sell by auction, at a*w» time and place, 1 pure-bred St. Bernard pup. SATURDAY FIRST, At 2 o'clock. JEWELLERY, WATCHES, Etc. To cover Cash Advances. By instructions from Mr M. Moss. M. S P~E D DI N 6 • is instructed by Mr M. Mobs to sell on Saturday, at 2 o'clock, 2 diamond sets collar and studs. 2 gent*' diamond rings, colonial gold alberta, lockets, rings, earrings, brooches, gold and silver watches, etc, etc. Also, A quantity of men's salts, trousers, and veßts, pieces of tweeds', etc., etc. Without reserve. MONDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER; At 12 o'clock, 370 MATS FINEST WHITE SUGAR, ' In the Estate of W. D. Sutherland. At Queen's Bond. PBDD I N G Official Assignee) to sell by auction, at Queen a Bond, on Monday first, at 12* o'clock, 53 mats finest white crystals' 46 » >» >» >» 180 „ m i« « 141 „ „ ~ w Without reserve 1 . TO-MORROW (Saturday). 21st SE*!EMBEB, At half-past 10 o'clock. Under Power of Bill of Sale. JAMES SAMSON AND 00, have received instructions to sell by auction, on the Premises, 101 George street, near Hanover street, The whole of the Household Furniture, Goods, and Chattels in the Estate of George Harris, a bankrupt, which includes— Parlor furniture, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, palliasses, mattresses, 10 pair blankets, 14 feather pillows and bolsters, sheets, washstands, toilet ware, 22 counterpanes, carpets, fender and fireirocs, kangaroo rugs, sewing machines, filters, kitchen furniture, cooking and laundry appliances, garden tools, etc. Also, A large and miscellaneous stock of every conceivable article of general men ohandise only to be found at a second* hand dealer's establishment. SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, At2o'elo3k. AMES SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions from Mr R, Marks to sell by auction, at their Rooms, the following unredeemed pledges : 1885.—December 19th, 426, albert and pendant. September 11th, 566, ring; 592, ring and pin. 1887.—March 21st, 638. s(|bl leve». April 4th, 643, ring; 25tb, 657, ring; 658, pair earrings. September 29tb, 694, necklets. 1888.—April lltb, 758, earrings, locket, etc.: 775, aneroid; 778, s.h. lever and gold albert. June 7th, 781, jewellery: 785, dresses. July 26th, 805,3 medals. August 11th, 788, diamond ring. September Bth, 798, s.h lever; 799, clothing; 780, violin; 15th, 802, brooch and earrings; 19th, 803, s.b. lever; 28th, 809, gold hj. lever and chain; 810, brooch, locket, earrings, and chain; 811, bracelet, chain, etc.; 29th, 814, masonic star; 816, ring. October 11th, 823. o.f. gold lever and albert. December 3lst. 840, 2 glazier's diamonds. October 19th, 825, pair Japanese vases. 1889.—January 9th, 844, 2 concert flutes. February 13th, 863, silver watch; 26tb, 867, s.h. lever and geld albert. March 6th, 870, gold medal; 871, Camera Luoida; 873, 8 volumes Dickens's works bound in calf; 875, 8 books; 876, boy's tricycle. And a quantity of clothing, clocks, tools, drapery, boots, musical instruments, overcoats, etc., etc., etc. SATURDAY EVENING, 2lst SEPTEMBER, At 6 o'clock. DRAPERY, OLOTHDXG, BOOTS, Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND GO. will sell by auction, at their Rooms, A large variety of General Drapery, etc., comprising Ladies' jackets, ulsters, and waterproof*, superior cashmeres, vlctorines, men's heavy tweed overcoats, trousers, plaid shirts, soz, Kaiapoi undershirts, men's boots and shoes (all sizes), and a large variety of other useful goods. MONDAY. 2Srd SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. TO WORKING MEN AND OTHERS. AMES SAMSON AND CO. w have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, 2 two-roomed brick cottages and outhouser, situated in Athol place, now bringing in a rent of L 26 per annum. This property, being near the railway statioa, is a good investment for a working man. Terms: L 25 cash down, the balance at S per oent, per annum, or quarterly payments of L7los. TO-MORROW (Saturday), at 1 o'clock. In Rooms, 38 George street. CAMPBELL AND CO. f a have been instructed to sell by auction —Chests of drawers, suite in leather, haircloth couches, half-tester iron bedstead, spring mattresses, bedding, carpets, iron and wood bedsteads, Vienna chairs, etc. Also at 6,30 Furniture, drapery, boots, and goods to suit everybody.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 8017, 20 September 1889
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