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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8039, 16 October 1889
AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 17fch OCTOBER, At 11 o'clock sharp. In the Panama street Auction £oom? r Wellington. On account of whom it may concern. WRECK OF THE BARQUE WILLIE M'LAREN, TOGETHER WITH THE CARGO OF 765 TONS NEWCASTLE COALS. PBOEGE THOMAS AND CO. VJT have been favored with instructions to sell by public auction, without the slightest reserve, and for the benefit of whom it may concern, on Thursday next, at 11 o'clock sharp, at Wellington, The barque Willie M'Laren, 536 tone register, newly coppered and copperfastened, as she now lien about two cable?' length from the shore at Woraer 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 first-class order and well found, having; been 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, which cost L 250 two years ago, and most of her sails and gear are new, Various portions of the gear are being Baved 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. THURSDAY, 17th OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, High street. Unreserved Sale of SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Handsome upright grand rosewood piano by Dorner and Sohn, walnut piano by Hepkinson, black andgold cabinet setof 4e,p. dish-covers (first quality), Austrian cane chairs, pair alabaster vases, corner whatnots, mahogany round table, sewing machine, musical box, duchesse toilet tables and washstancLa, iron and wood bedsteads, palliasses, mattresses, perambulator, kitchen table, chairs, 2 kitchen dressers, lawn mower, garden seat, garden tools, stuffed birds, etc, etc, etc Also, Office table and safe. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • have received instructions to sell the above by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Thursday, 17th October, at 2 o'clock. Now on view. THURSDAY, 17th OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. IMPORTANT SALE OF CITY, SUBUR. . BAN, AND COUNTRY PROPERTIES— City of Dunedin, South Dunedin, Musaelburgh, Oban, Opoho, Fitzroy, St. John's Wood, Anderatorj, Mosgiel, and Outram. RB. MARTIN, • under instructions, will offer for Bale by auction, at his Rorms, 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.: Section 9, block XXIX.. full quarter-acre, 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, fenced. Section 6, block VII., Melbourne street, 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; fall section, facing the harbor. Section 9, block 11., Mosgiel, fronting main road. Section 10, block 11., Ontram; 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, rear 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: Seotion 368, Port Chalmers, containing 1 rood. Sections 5 and 7, block VI., Musselburgh, facing Queen's drive and Anderson's Bay road; with fine view, fenced. Section 12, block VIII., Musselburgh, fronting Anderson's Bay road, with fine view. Allotment 41, Anderston; half-acre; 2 frontages, facing Anderston road and Hill street. Section 71, Opoho, Signal Hill, charming site and fine view. This Bale is an opportunity for investors. The properties are of easy 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. THURSDAY, 17th OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. CHARMING SECTION IN MONTJELTJER RB. MARTIN, • under instructions from the Lessee, will offer for sale by auction, at his Booms, Water street, as above, Tho lease, for about 19 years, of section 22, full quarter-acre, having 2 frontages. It commands tho finest view in this lovely suburb, is well sheltered, and has a sunny aspect, Further particulars can be obtained from THE AUCTIONEER. SATURDAY, 19th OCTOBER, At 12 o'clock. To Speculators and Others. ■AMES SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions to sell by auction, near the Oban Hotel Octagon, A large Panorama ('lnnocents Abroad'), together with all requirements thereto. FRIDAY, 18th OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock, ASSIGNED ESTATE OF GROCERIES, DRAPERY, CONFECTIONERY, STATIONERY, ETC. On the Premises (opposite Ocean View Hotel), Macandrew road, South Dunedin. AMES SAMSON AND 00. w have received instructions to sell by auction, The whole of Mrs Rosevear's Stock, including a first-class lot of general groceries, confectionery, tinware, counter scales and weights, Avery platform scales, bins, drawers, scoops, butter press, lamps, ham knives. Also, a splendid assortment of every line in drapery, and the thousand-and-one articles to be purchased at a general store. The whole without reserve. Goods bought at the above Sale will be delivered on Saturday morning. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. OERAKI. Superior Accommodation. Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki, ORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding House for Gentlemen ; central position for Exhibition; superior accommodation; every comfort. OUNG Gentleman wants Private Board and Residence; good locality; bathroom preferred; state terms. "Comfort," Stab Office. OcVRD and Residence.—Two Bedrooms and Sitlinjr Room; can accommodate four *,' terms moderate. Beaumont Cottage, Frederick street. ADVERTISER requires Sleeping Accommo elation close to the Exhibition. Address "Somnia," Stab Office.
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