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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 8042, 19 October 1889
AUCTIONS. ON MONDAY FIRST, At 11 o'clock forenoon. UNCLAIMED PACKAGES PROM VARIOUS STEAMERS. On account of -whom it may concern. 1 case toys, etc., 1 box tin plates, 1 ease with Japanese tcreen, four-wheeled perambulator, Gladstone bag, 2 travellers' trunks, 2 half chests tea, 2 eases glassware, 1 box samples, bag of sago, 1 fancy work frame, old perambulator, 1 case currants, 2 bags loquats, etc, 1 case horseshoe nailß, 6 casks butter, 5 cases tinned fish, 2 cases milk, 1 case mustard, 1 crate sodawater bottles, 1 blanket swag, 9 bags and Bwags, parlor or office stove, 2 kegs butter, 1 box sundries, 1 case salt, 1 case milk, 9 tins herrings, lady's side saddle, double set of express harness, etc; DM. SPEDDING • is instructed to sell the above unclaimed articles at his Rooms, on Monday first, a ; 11 o'clock forenoon. Cash on the fall of the hammer. TUESDAY, 22nd 0(JTOBBB, At 2 o'clock. Important to Painters, Ironmonger, and Manufacturers. 5 BALES PAPERHANGINGS 2 CASES GOLDEN SHELLAC 2 CASES BRUSHWARK. For Positive Sale. M. SPEDDING i is instructed to sell, at his Booms, on Tuesday first, at 2 o'clock, , 5 bales paperhangings (ceil ; ngs or lining papers) for exhibition purposes, Pavitts'a beat copper-bound paint brushes, Pavitts's beßt English sash tools, patent glue brushes. Also, 2 original cheats best golden orange shellac, on consignment account. Without reserve. TUESDAY, 22nd OCTOBER, At 2 o'closk. 8 Packages PATENT BUTTER OASES. On account cf whom it may concern. DM. SPEEDING • will sell at his Rooms, on Tuesday first, at 2 o'clock, S packages (each 6) patent esses. Without reserve. MONDAY, 21st OCTOBER, 1889, At 10 o'clock sharp. At the Otago Corn and Wool Exchange. vONALD REID AND CO. will s'll as above, Oats, wheat, barley, potatoes, ryegrass seed. MONDAY, 21st OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, High street. EXHIBITION SPACE. 1 bay, l?ft x 15ft, adjoining bay occupied by Mr H. E. Shacklock, and fronting main gallery southern portion of the buildings. ■ C. REYNOLDS AND CO. this space by auction on Monday, a 9 above. MONDAY, 21st OCTOBER, at 2 o'clock. In Room?, 39 George street. S CAMPBELL AND CO. tP • have been instructed to sell by auction —lron and wooden bedsteads, spring mitoses, bedding, 100 and dining tables, couches (in leather and horsehair), sofas, chairs, washstands and ware, meat safe, cupboard, outlery, china, etc., etc., etc. WEDNESDAY, 3rd OCTOBER, Ai 2 o'clock. On the Premises, Ross street, Roslyn. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Superior Cottage Fianoforte, Valuable Marble Clock, Electro-plated Ware. "AMES A. PARK AND CO. f.JJ are instructed by the Proprietor (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, as abovo (opposite the residence of R. Chisholm, Esq.), His Household Furniture, consisting of— Superior English cottage pianoforte, marble clock, dining table and cover, Vienna chairs, arm chairs, carpet, curtainf. fender and irons, pictures, single wood and iron bedsteads and bedding, chests of drawers, washstands and ware, kitchen furniture, and scullery utensil*. PRIVATE SALE. SUBURBAN RESIDENCES. AMES A. PARK AND CO. aro instructed by the proprietor to sell privately. Lot 1 —One 9-roomed dwelling, with outh3u?eß, orchard, and grounds. Lot 2.—One 6-roomed dwelling, with bathroom, outhouses, and grounds. Lot 3.—Allotment of ground, with stabV, coach-house, fowl run, orchard, etc, thereon. These desirable properties aro situated in High street, Roslyn, close to the Town Hal', and facing the extension tram terminus. Further particulars from THE AUCTIONEERS.
TUESDAY, 22nd OOTOBEP, At 2 o'clock By order of the Mortgagee. FREEHOLDS (Adjoining Burnsido Railway Station). THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATF, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. LIMITED, have received instate tions to sell by public auotion, at their Room?, Rattray street, on Tuesday, the 22nd Octobei, at 2 o clock, Lot I.—AH that parcel of land, containing 2 roods more or lean, being allotment numbered 6, block V., on the plan of township of Burnside, together with the 5 roomed house thereon— frontage to Main South roadLot 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 parcel of land, containing 1 acre 3 roods and 36 poles more or Joss, bfiog allotment numbered 10, block V., township of Burnside, with stable thereon. The Auctioneers would recommend the above to manufacturers and others in want of a firstclass building aito close to a railway station. For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. TUESDAY, 22nd OCTOBER, 1889, At 2 o'clock, HE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATF, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have received instructions to sell by public auotion at their Roomr, Rattray street, on Tuesday, October 22nd, at Z o'clock, All that parcel of land containing 1 rood (more or less), being section 58, block XXV., Dunedin, together with the 10-roomed house erected thereon. This property has a frontage of 66 feet to George street, and is clo:e to the trams. Capital orchard and garden. For particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. 'OERAKI. Superior Acc«mmodation. . Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki. ORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding v* House for Gentlemen : central position for Exhibition; superior accommodation; every comfort. T>OARD and Hesidcnco (washing included). 1> 15* per week. Stabling To Let. Apply Goto Bros., Cumberland street. dWORTABLEfPrivate dence for Gentlemen; every convenience. Clarke Btreet, first house off High street. LOST AND FOUND. ►ERSON who Left Umbrella in Normal School lobby can got same by applying to the Janitor,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 8042, 19 October 1889
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