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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8034, 10 October 1889
auctions. FRIDAY, 11th OCTOBER, at 2 o’clock, And SATURDAY, 12th OCTOBER, at 2 30 o’clock, At Rooms, High street. BOOKS. BOOKS. Unreserved Sale of the Fourth and Fifth portions of Dr J» Brown*# collection of Miscellaneous Works, including— British Birds, by Morris (8 vols); Carlyle’s Works (14 vols); Greater Britain, C. \V. Dilke; The Oxonian in the Lemarken, Rev, E. Metcalfe; The Vegetable Kingdom, J. Lindley; Manual of Botany, by Robert Brown; Farmers’ Dictionary (2 vols), Rev, John Wilson; Lord Macaulay’s Life, etc. (2 •vols), Trevelyan; History of Frederick the Great (7 vols), by Carlyle, etc, etc. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • have instructions -to sell the above by auction, at their Rooms, • ‘ igh st-eet, on Friday, 11th October, at 2 o’clock, and Saturday, October, at 2.30 o’clock. Now on view. Catalogues on application. SATURDAY, 12th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, High street. In the Estate of W. LANE AND CO. £y order of the Official Assignee. VALUABLE FREEHOLD AND THREE DWELLING-HOUSES, South Kensington, Adjoining Railway Workshops. Part of Section 9, being Subdivision of Section 12, Block 7, Town District, and containing 30.5 poles (more or less), together with three substantial Houses, all let at good rentals. This property has large frontage to Gordon street, through which street entrance is obtained to the Government Workshops; and the present is a splendid opportunity for purchasing a property which will at all times command a good return. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • are instructed by the Official Assignee to offer the above property by auction at their Rooms, High street, on Saturday, the 12th of October, at 2 o’clock. Portion of purchase money can remain on mortgage at 7 per cent. Full particulars from THE AUCTIONEERS. SATURDAY, 12fch OCTOBER, At 11 o’clock. IN THE, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, LAMBTON QUAY, WELLINGTON. On account of whom it may concern. WRECK OF THE S,S. KORANUI, fjl KENNEDY MACDONALD AND CO. are favored -with instructions to sell, on account of whom it may concern, on the above date, The s.s. Koranui, as she now lies on a spot known as the Beef Barrel?, French Pass. Terms cash on the fall of the hammer. Also, afterwards, THE BOATS AND EQUIPMENTS. SATURDAY, 12th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. JAMES SAMSON AND GO. have received instructions to sell ly auction, at their Rooms, Dining room suite in hair cloth, full-Scotch chest of drawers (red pine), duchesse drawers and glass, oval walnut table, whatnot, fender and fire irons, Brussels carpet (15 x 13.6), hearth rugs, black-and-gold overmantel, oil paintings, pictures, striking clock, vases, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring and flock mattresses, feather beds, wastelands and ware, dressing tables, towel rail, kitchen sofa, chairs, tables, fender, kitchen and cooking utensils, portable boiler, cooking stove, child’s cot, accordions, and about 30 tins lollies, etc., eta, etc. THURSDAY. 17th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. CHARMING SECTION IN MONTPELLIER RB, MARTIN, • under instructions from the Lessee, will offer for sale by auction, at his Booms, Water street, as above. The lease, for about 19 years, of section 22, full quarter-acre, having 2 frontages. It commands the finest view in this lovely suburb, is well sheltered, and has a sunny aspect. Further particulars can be obtained from THE AUCTIONEER. THURSDAY, 17th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. IMPORTANT SALE OF CITY, SUBUR' BAN, AND COUNTRY PROPERTIES— City of Dunedin, South Dunedin, Musselburgh, Oban, Opoho, Fitzroy, St. John’s Wood, Anderston, Mosgiel, and Outram. RB. MARTIN, 0 under instructions, will offer for sale by auction, at his Booms, Colonial Bank Buildings, Water street, Dunedin, as above, The following Valuable Properties— By order of the Trustees in the Estate of the late Alexander Rennie, Esq.: Section9, block XXIX,, full quarter-acie, favorably situated in George and near corner of Union street, with the fourroomed Cottage thereon. Section 6, block VI., Musselburgh, corner of Queen’s Drive and Anderson’s Bay road; most desirable building site, full quarter-acre, fenced. Section 6, block VII., Melbournestreet, South Dunedin, close to the Anderson’s Bay road; desirable building site, closely fenced. Sections 72 and 73, Opoho, Signal Hill; charming site and fine view. Sections 10 and 11, Oban, Portobello; full section, facing the harbor. Section 9, block 11., Mosgiel, fronting main road. Section 10, block 11., Outram; corner section, two frontages. By order of the Public Trustee in the Estate of the late Mary Power: Sections 75 and 76, Fitzroy, in Brunswick road, near Cargill road; most desirable building site, substantially fenced. By order of the Mortgagee: Section 73, Anderston, Kaikorai, with five and three-roomed Cottages thereon. Sections 21 and 22, block L, St, John’s Wood, with the two four-roomed composite Cottages thereon, and large concrete tank, By order of the Vendors: Section 368, Port Chalmers, containing 1 rood. Sections 5 and 7, block VI., Musselburgh, full sections, facing Queen’s drive and Anderson’s Bay road; . with fine view, fenced. This sale is an opportunity for investors. The properties are of eisy access; trams and buses pass regularly. The Auctioneer’s instructions are to selL Fuller particulars and plans can be seen at the Auctioneer’s office. R. B. MARTIN* Water street. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, daring the Exhibition, Board and Residence for a Single Gentleman. Apply stating terms, to “E. 0.,” Box 102, Post Office, Christchurch, MOEBAKL Superior Accommodation. Tcnas, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki. SUPERIOR Board and Residence for 5 Gentlemen. For address, J, M'Laron’a Store, Castle and Frederick streets.
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