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AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock, 2 CASES PICTURE"FRAMB MOULDINGS. Now landing. M. S~r £DD IN G i will sell at hia Rooms, on ahursd&y first, at 2 o'clock, Consignment of mouldingsGilt, black-and-gold, walnut, r»scwood„ slips, etc., «tc, in newest designs. Without reserve. THURSDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE asd EFJKCTB, -"AMES SAM 3ON AND 0 *V. 9J have received instructions to sell bj' auction, at their Room?, Household Furniture and T:tfcet3, including— Crimson tapestry suite (in rel pine frames', walnut inlaid oval table, whatnot, overmantel, parlor fender (steel bar), cut steel fireirons, Brussels carpet \W x 9), wool and hearthrugs, Austrian chairs, striking clock, oil painting, double and single iron and wood bed steads, bedding, washßtands, ware-, dressing tables, looking-glasses, colonia« sofa, portable boiler, kitchen and cooking utensils. Also, Holy Bible (Dou*y version), and Parallel do (both in very massive covers), and other books, Etc., etc., etc. THURSDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER, At 11 o'clock. ■ENRYL A R N E It will sell by auction, ai his Roonw, Battray street (next Bank New Zealand), 21 cises apples. FRIDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock; • E N R Y L A R.N K K will sell by auction, at Uis Room?, Rattray street (next Bank New Zealand), Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of-Full-Scotch chest drawers, largo tapestry cwpet, oil painting (local artist), handsome half-tester bedstead, spring mattress and bedding, dining tabic, 100 table, Austrian and horsehair chairs, 21-day marble striking clock, rocking chair, looking glass, cruet, ornaments, I duchesse drawers and glass in red pine, couch, steel bar fender, perambulator, large piece linoleum oilcloth, dresser, range," crockery, kitchen utensils, oilcloth, wool rugs, aud sundries. Also, silver lever watch. FRIDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER, At 3 o'clock. LAND ADJOINING MACRAES. In the Estate of DENNIS HURLEY, Deceased, Intestate. iHE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATF, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, is instructed by tho Public Trustee to sell by public auction, at Stanley's Hotel, Macraes, on Friday, 27th of September, at 3 o'clock, The following Properties in the above estate: — 1. Sections C and 7, block 1., Highlay District, containing 98£ acres. This property is situate close to Macraes Township, and almost adjoins the mining reserve, a large portion of which has just been taken up for extensive mining operations. Reefs have also been found within a short distance of this land, and as a large population is likely soon to be in the locality, a chance is now afforded to anyone with a little capital of obtaining a farm, from which there is every prospect of getting fair returns. 2. Section 1, block 11., Town of Macraes, close to the main Btreet. MONDAY. 30th SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. SUBURBAN RESIDENCE and GROUNDS, Known as Norwood, Melrose. By order of the Official Assignee. AMES A. PARE AND CO. fj are instructed to sell by auction, at their Booms, Manso street, on Moaday, 30th September, at 12 o'clock, That very choice and desirable freehold property being sections 20, 22, 24, and 26, township of Melrose, Roslyn, containing one acre, and having a froutage to Tweed street and Waverly street, near Littlebourne, together with the seven-roomed dwelling house and outhouses thereon, lately occupied by Mr F. Proctor. This property forms a compact block of ono acre, having two frontages, and could be subdivided into valuable building sites without interfering with the house. The position is a charming one, and is particularly well sheltered by a plantation of trees and hedges. The garden at present is in capital order, well stocked with flowers and shrubs. The orchard is one of the best in the district. This is an exceptional opportunity of securing a really choice suburban property in a favorite locality and olose to the City. Terms at sale. OTAGO HARBOR BOARD. PRELIMINARY STATUTORY NOTICE is hereby given that on the 9th OOTOBEK, At 2 o'clock, 1 C. REYNOLDS AND CO. im will offer for sale, at their Rooms, in Block 1., Wharves and Quays Reserves, Sections 25, 26. 36, 36. 52, 62,63, 64, 65, 66, 71. 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, and £ of Section 45, having 66ft frontage to Bow lane, with Cottage and Stabling thereon; also Sections 7 and 7A, 9, 10,13, and 15, Block 11., Wharves and Qaays Reserves; also at same time and place, Surplus Plant, and at the riek of former purchaser the K ull and Machinery of the Stern-wheel Steamer Balclutha. Further particulars in future advertisement, and at Board's office. JOHN L. GILLIES, Secretary. 16th September, 1889. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. n<OMFORTABLE Home One or Two Gentle{j men; bath, piano; easy distance; healthy situation. Addresj "Home," Stab Office. UPERIOR Board and Residence for Gtntlemen: 21s to 25s per week; central position. " Sigma," Star Office. ikOARD and Lodging Wanted for Married J* Couple in or near Dunedin. State terms to "E.F.H," Star Office. MEETINGS. AO.F.-COURT PRIDE OF DUNEDIN, No. 3,780. rHE ADJOURNED SPECIAL SUMMONED MEETING of the above Court will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Rattray street. Dunedin, on FRIDAY, the 27th inst., at 7.30 p.m. Business: Revision of General Laws. JOHN WIIiSON, Sec. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. SCOTCH CONCERT, 27th SEPTEMBER. N FRIDAY, 27th September, the Trains usually leaving Dunedin for Port Chalmers and Mosgiel at 10 p.m. will NOT LEAVE until 10.15 p.m. By order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. OPENING OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS, PORT CHALMERS. VN WEDNESDAY, 25th September, a Train will leave Dunedin for Port Chalmers at 8.10 p.m.; and the Train usually leaving Port Chalmers for Dunedin at 11.55 p.m. will not leave until 12 25 a.m. By order. EMEMBER, Grand Concert, St.'John's j Hall, Roslyn, Thursday, 2.6 th September by leading City Artists.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 8021, 25 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 8021, 25 September 1889