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AUCTIONS. TUESDAY, Kth- INST,, At 2.o'olock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURF, PIANO, Etc;, At the residence of Mr F. G. Whetham, Laurel; Bank, Queen street (off Regent road). M. SPEDDING is favored with instructions to Bell, at the residence of Mr F. 6. Whetham (who is leaving for England), on Tuesday next, at 2/ o'clock, Superior trichord pianoforte, banclßoroo drawing room suite (silk tapestry and; plush), gipsy tables, walnut card table, overmantel (bevelled plates), walnut whatnot and canterbury, dining room, table (red pine) k sideboard (red pine, mirror back), couch and easy chair, duchesse dressing table, washstand, wardrobe and chest drawers in red pine (en suite), half-tester bedstead and hanging?, child's iron cot with hang: ings, Btu&sels carpets, fenders and irons, lace and Liberty curtains, engravings, hall and ether linoleum, )amp3, glassware, kitchen utensils, filter, wringer, perambulator, English concertina, etc., etc. The above have been only about twelve months. On view Monday afternoon and day of sale. TUESDAY, 15th OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. HOUSEHOLD FUBNITURE a*d EFFECTS, On the Premise?, Lambeth road. [AMES SAMSON AND CO. J have reoeived insti actions from Mr Gaff an to sell by auction. His Household Furniture, including— Hair couch, gent's easy chair, lady's ditto, small hair chairs, fender and fireirons, 100 table, carpets, window curtains, double bedsteads and bedding, fullScotch chest of drawers, washstands and ware, linoleum, passage floor cloth, door mats, kitchen furniture, cooking utensils, laundry appliances, garden tools, tables, and snndrles, Etc., etc., etc., WEDNESDAY, 16th OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE, Situated opposite Mr Glendining's residence, North-east Valley. AMES SAMSON AND 00. •J have received instructions from Mr Prictor to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Section 28, block 1., together with dwelling, house and outhouses thereon. This property commands a good position to the Main road, and will be sold on easy term". Also, Four-roomed house and outhouses, section 7, Selwyn, near the North-east Valley Public School. This house is at present let to a good tenant, and is in first-class repair. Terms easy. And Sections 31, 82, and 33, all securely fenced, situated in Mechanic street, £t. John's Wood. WEDNESDAY, 16th OCTOBER, 18*9, At 2 o'clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, Etg JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from the owner to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture and effects, including— Walnut suite (tapestry covers), piano (black - and - gold frame), overmantel, oil painting, marble clock, fender and fireirons, Brussels and tapestry carpets, hearthtug, vases, walnut music canterbury and whatnot, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring and flock mattresses, bedding, r.p. dacbesse drawers with glass, washstands, ware, dressing tables, looking glasses, towel rails, colonial sofa, portable boiler, pe> ambulator, kitchen furniture, cook, ing utensils, Etc., etc., etc. SATURDAY, 19th OCTOBER, At 12 o'clock. To Speculators and Others. AMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions to sell by auc< tion, near the Oban Hotel, Octagon, A large Panorama ('lnnocents Abroad'), together with all requirements thereto. TUESDAY, 15th OCTOBER, At 11 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. 100 Cases ORANGES AND LEMONS. AMES A. PARK AND 00. THURSDAY, 17th OCTOBER, At 11 o'clock sharp, In the Panama street Auction Room?, Wellington. On account of whom it may concern. WRECK OF THE BARQUE WILLIE M'LAREN, TOGETHER WITH THE CARGO OF 765 TONS NEWCASTLE COALS. EORGE THOMAS AND CO. * have been favored with instructions to sell by pubic auction, without the slightest reserve, and for the bonefit of whom it may concern, on Thursday next, at 11 o'clock sharp, at Wellington, The barque Wi'lie M'Laren, 536 tons register, newly coppered and copperfastened, as she now lies about two cables' length from the shore at Worser Bay, near Pilot Station. To be followed by The whole of the cargo of Newcastle coals, consisting of 765 tons. The vessel is lying on a sandy bottom, with 10 feet of water over her deck, and only requires moving about 100 yards to bring her deck above water. She is in firstclats order and well found, having bsen stripped and coppered last month at Newcastle, and reclassed for three years at an outlay of L 1,200. She has on board a donkey boiler and winch, whioh cost L 250 two years ago, and most of her sails and gear are new. Various portions of the gear are being saved now, such as sails, spars, ropes, etc., and will be included in sale of vessel. Bona fide purchasers will be given an opportunity of inspecting the vessel on application to the Auctioneers, as a steam tender will convey them to Worser Bay. The Auctioneers will be glad to give further information to intending purchasers. F. W. HAYBITTLE, Auctioneer. TUESDAY, 22nd OOTOBEF, At 2 o'olock. By order of the Mortgagee. FREEHOLDS (Adjoining Burnside Railway Station). THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have received instructions to sell by public auction, at their Rooms, Rattray street, on Tuesday, the 22nd October, at 2 o clook, Lot I.—All that parcel of land, containirg 2 roods more or less, being allotmeiit numbered 6, block V., on the plan of township of Burnside, together with the 6-roomed house thereon—frontage to Main South road. Lot 2.—A1l that parcel of land, containing 2 roods more or less, being allotment numbered 7, block V., township of Burnside, having a frontage to Main South road. Lot 3.—A1l that parcol of land, containing 1 acre 3 roods and 36 poles more or less, being allotment numbered 10, block V., township of Burnside, with stable thereon. The Auctioneers would recommend the abtve to manufacturers and others in want of a fiistclasß building sito close to a railway station. For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8037, 14 October 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 8037, 14 October 1889

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