AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 28th SEPTEMBEK, At 2 o'clock. AMES SAMSON AND CO. tj havu received instructions from the Owiu r to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Ilia Furniture, etc., including— Dining and drawing iddiii suites, round labial, red pin.- :n..i ki.\vn ..-:,.'«t.s of drawers, wardruue, IJnweln and tapestry carpets, lioattH ami wool nig;, fender and nivirous, li.iuk-um, stiikiig clock, overmantel, oil paintings, pit - tures, double and single iron and wocd bedsteads, spring and flock mattresses, bedding, duche.'sa drawers, washstanda and wine, toilet tables, mirrors, towel rail, kitchen tofa, tables, chairs, cooling utensils, crockery, cutlery, acd portable boiler, sewing machine, invalid's chair, carpenter's baskets, nails, Etc., etc., etc SATURDAY, 23th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. Under conduct of the Registrar of the Supreme Court, at Duuedin, in exeicise of powers of sale contained iu Mortgages Nos. 12,842 and 13,034, under Land Transfer Act. AMES SAMSON AND 00. tr are instructed to sell by auction, at the r Room?, DowliHg street, Dunedin, on Ssturda), the 28th inst., at two o'clock p.m., Allotment 'A, Block X., Belleknowes Fst.tr, containing one rood, with dwellinghouse erected thereon. For particulars and conditions of sale apply to MESSRS ADAMS BROS., Solicitors. SATURDAY EVENING, 28th SEPTEMBER, At 6 o'clock, JAMES SAMSON AND CO. will sell by auction, at their Rooms, A large variety of General Drapery, etci including— Ladies' sealskin turbans, superior waterproof ulstera (with capes attached), jackets, dre<-s stuffa, half-hose, gents' tweed overCoats, trousers, plaid shirts, Kaiapoi under - flannels, pants, sox, cretonne, calicoes, shirting, sheetings, twill, aprons, boots and shoes (all sizes), etc, etc., etc. WEDNESDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock, To Gold Miners, Speculators, and Otl en. In Liquidation. THE LAST CHANCE GOLD MINING COMPANY'S CLAIM, LEASES, Etc. AMES SAMSON AND CO. u have received instructions from the Liquidator to sell by auction, at their Rooms, The above claims, beingSections 27 and 28, block 18, containing by admeasurement 19 acres 2 rood?, more or less, situated in Shotovcr district (Arrowtown). A full report on the claims by L. 0. Beal, jun. Esq., can be inspected at my office. Full particulars from JOHN CLEGG, Liquidator, Manse street. SATURDAY. 28th SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, ENGLISH COTTAGE PIANOFORTE, SEWING MACHINE, MARTINI. HENRY RIFLE, OIL PAINTINGS, CHRGMOS, AND ENGRAVINGS. AMES A. PARK AND CO. f are instructed to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on Saturday, Household furniture, pianoforte, sewing machine, rifle, d.b. gun, walnut table, oval table, pictures, ornaments, range, cooking stove, mangle, ind sundries. Also, Fancy poultry. MONDAY, 30th SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. SUBURBAN RESIDENCE and GROUNDS, Known as Norwood, Melrose. By order of the Official Assignee. JAMES A. PARK AND 00. are instructed to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on Monday, 30th September, at 12 o'clock, That very choice and desirable freehold property being sections 20, 22, 24, and 20, township of Melrose, Roslyn, containing one acre, and having a froDtage 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 one acre, having two frontages, and could be subdivided into valuable building sites without interfering with the house. The position is » charming one, and is particularly well sheltered by a plantation of trees and hedges. The garden at prpsent is in capital order, well Btocked 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 & favorite locality and close to the City. Terms at sale. SATURDAY, 2Sth SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, High street. BOOKS. BOOKS. 7,000 VOLUMES. Unreserved Sale of BOOKS OF TRAVEL, SCIENCE, REFERENCE, STANDARD WORKS, Era, Etc. LITERATURE OF ALL KINDS, Comprising— Original editions of 'Little Dorrit' and 'Bleak House' (bv Charles Dickenn), the Bohn Library (115 vols.), Weale's rudimentary series (84 vols.), Froude's History of England (12 vols., i calf), Greek Testament (2 vols.), Cassell's History of England (8 vols., in 4 4-calf), Chambers's Encyclopedia (10 vols.). Encyclopedia des Gens de Monde (22 vols.), Penny Cyclopedia (29 vole.). Waverley Novels (25 vok), Wilson's Tales of the Borders (23 vols.), Pugilistic* (3 volb.), poetical works (by Cowper, Spenser, Pope, Scott, Southey, etc.), books of travel, novels (by various authors), etc., etc., etc, Being the firel portion of Dr John Brown's celebrated collection of books, which he has been over thirty years in accumulating, and which, in consequence of his leaving the colony, he has decided to sell at auction. Without reserve. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • are instructed by Dr John Brown, M.D. (late dispenser to the Dunedin Hospital), to offer the whole of his valuable collection of books at auction, the first portion of which will be Eold on Saturday. 28th September, at 2 o'clock, at Rooms, High street. Catalogues ready oa Thursday. OTAGO HARBOR BOARD. PRELIMINARY STATUTORY NOTICE is hereby given that on the 9fch OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock, 1 C, REYNOLDS AND CO. UJ» wHI offer for sale, at their Rooms, in Block 1., Wharves ard Quays Reserves, Sections 25, 26. 35, 36. 52, 62,63, 64, 65, 66, 71, 72. 73, 74, 75, 70, and \ of Section 45, having: 66ft frontage to Bow lane, with Cottage and Stabling thereon; also Sections 7 and Tl, 9» 10,13, and 15, Block 11., Wharves and Quays Reserves; also at sauio time and place, Surplus Plant, and at the risk of former purchaser the Hull and Machinery of the Stern-wheci Stea»»er Balclufcha. Further paiMoulars in future advertiaoirenfc, and: at Board's office. i6th September, 1889. EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO HIGH SCHOOLS. Session 1889. mHE BOYS' AND GIRLS' SCHOOLS ■*■■ will Reopen Jo« the Fourth Quarter cm TUESDAY, October 1, at 9.30 a.m. may be had on application t. the 'i*nderaignedi 0. MACANDREW, i Secretary Board of Govessoriß jVTBW Spring and Summer Clothing. JLTp Magnificent stock Men's Suits, 27s 6d afe. Clothing Factory, Octagon.
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