AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 30th OCTOBER, ' At 2 o’clock. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, JAMES SAMSON AND CO, have received instructions horn the owner to sell by auction, at their Booms, Household Furniture and Effects, including— Drawing room suite (walnut frames), Brussels carpet, hearthrug, wool do, handsome steel bar feeder, cut steel fireirons, walnut mu»c canterbury, large mahogany round table, tapestry cover, mahogany sideboard w th wine press, massive b, and g double iron bedstead, 3ft do spring and flock mattresses, superior full-Scotch red pine chest cf cliawers, red pice duchesse drawers with glass, washstands, dressing tables, wa>e, looking glasses, towel rail*, colonial tufa, portable boiler, petambulator, pictures, mockery, cutlery, kitchen and cooking utensils. Eta., etc., eta. SATURDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, 1 o’clock sharp. ISAACS’ QUARTERLY SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. James samson and do, htWe received instructions from A. Isaacs, Union fawn Office* Royal Ar®n®i sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, The following list of Unredeemed Pledges 1888,—April 19th. 2262, gold chain and j air carrings; 24th, 2365, gold of. geneva an* chain; May 19tb, 2893, g. earrings; 2utb, 3029, diamond rirg. June Bth, 3314, s.h. Waltham ; 11th, 3348, fish knives and forks ep. forks and table: spoons, 8 cz silver spoons, cruet, clock,, napkin rings, ». brooch, locket,and necklet,, and' diamond and opal ring; 16th, 3467, o.f. gee eya‘ and silver necklet and locket;25th, 3633, g.p: cruet and gold chain- July. 6th, 3896. s.o.f. lever; 14th, 4072, gold ring. August 25th,' 4842, s.h. geneva.October lltb, 5798, s.l». lever and silver chain; 17th, 5954, sh. lever. November sth, s.h. geneva, silver chain, and locket, December 24th, 7216, violin and boW. 1889.—January 9th, 205, 3 gold rings; llth f . 239. gold ring; 19th, 378, s.h. geneva; 379. gold chain; 23rd, 440, silver chaiff,pendant, locket, and coin; 441, violin and; bow, rule, 2 feathers, and mathematical instruments; 25th, 483, 2 gem rings; 26th, 495, s.h. lever, gold chain, and pendant; 504, family Bible; 28tfa, 529, s.o.f, geneva; 582, s.h. verge; 541, gem ring; 29tb, 559, earrings; 563, gold studs; 3lst, 588, gold brooch and earrings and gold chain; 559, s.h. geneva and silver chain; 690, 3 books. February 2nd, 637, s.h. lever; 4th, 659, gold brooch and earrings ; 670, s.h. lever; 11th, 803, gold brooch and earrings and gold solitaires; 16tb, 863, s.o.f. geneva; 866, s.h. lever? 873, 2 gold rings; 19th, 911, 1 dozen, knives; 921, gold bracelet; 20tb, 926> violin and bow; 21st, 953, s.h. lever; 955, gold earrings; ?3fd, 978, opera glasses and pin; 982, s.h. Waltham; 993, silver chain; 934, dress piece anil brooch; 27th, 1044, s.h 1 . geneva; 1050, overcoat. March 4’h, 1131, sash fillister, side do. and 4 planes; 6th, 1171, g.h geneva; 12th, 1309, photographic lens; Istb, 1372, o.f. lever; 16th, 1378, gem ring; 21st, 1472, s.h, geneva ; 27tb, 1564, gold ring; 30tb, 1640, silver necklet aucf locket. April Ist, 1648, s.h. geneva; 1664, clock and pin; 9th. 1809, trousers ; 1813, b.l. revolver; 16th, 1933, coat, vest, shirt, draw era, and waterproof coat ; 24tb, 2092, dress; 2093, ooal, trousers, and vest; 27th, 2146, sundries; 29th, 2113, coat and vest; 2212, rag, shirts, trousers, etc. May Ist, 2228, gum boots; 4th, 2274, boots; 9th, 2368, coat and vest; 10th, 2379, suit of clothes; 2389. suit; 11th, 2396, sundries; 15th, 2180, coat and two vests; 18th, 2530, waterproof coat; 21st, 2580, trousers ; ■ 30tb, 2722. coat. June Bth, 2888, fur jacket; 11th. 2927, coat; 12th, 2955, coat and vest; 24th, 3196, troupers and vest; 3201, three coats and vert; 2fith, 3255, suit cf clothes; 3257, silk dress; 28th, 3304, overcoat. July Ist, 3339, waterproof coat j 3rd, 3386, trousers; sfcb, 3i2lj three shirts and drawers. Iso, about 300 lots that do not require to be advertised according to the Pawnbrokers Act, conflating of jewellery, clothing of every description, musical instruments, (beams, carpenters’ tools, etc., etc. Te> ms cash. SATURDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, 1 o’clock sharp. TUESDAY, 12ih NOVEMBER, 1889, At 2 o’clock. To Hotelkeepers, Speculators, and Others, For Absolute Sale by Auction. TH3 QUEEN’S ARMS AND ROBERT BURNS HOTELS. JAMES SAMSON AND 06 have received instructions from tlie Trustees in the Estate of the late John M’Oartby ! f Keast and M’Carthy) to sell b auction, at their Rooms, the above Hotels, The Queen’s Arms, situated in Princes street, is a large brick and stone builiv ing, containing 16 rooms, presently' occupied by MrsM’iean at a rent of L 4 per week. The ground rent is LI 08 Full valuation at end of lease. The Robert Burns, situated in George street, is a large brick and stone burbling, containing 18 rooms, ind is present occupied by Mr Chapman unde i a sub-lease expiring ou the 22nd day of September, 1890, at a rent of LI per week. The ground rent is LI 31Valuation at end of lease not exceed ing L 2,500. Also, same time, in pursuance of the power of sile, All that Parcel of Land contained in mortgage No. 10,936, being 9.07 poles (mote or less), d-'-scribed as part of Allotment 45, Fitzcoy estate, together with all buildings and improvements thereon. For further particulars apply to CALLAN AND GALLAWAY, Solicitors, Jetty street, Dunedin. Or to THE AUCTIONEERS i THURSDAY, 31st OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. , At Rooms, High street. . SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. . Italian walnut and tapestry drawing room i suite, black-and-gold ovemantel, pianette (by Bord), walnut corner whatnot, gilt pier-g ass, occasioeal chairs, red pine and leather dining loom suite, red pine sidet board, horsehair and cretonne suites, mahogany 100 table, mahogany dining room suite in Russian leather, cheffoniers, , black-and-gold cabinet cheffonier, red pine and mahogany maiblc-top washstands, mahogany a'mehair, dinner »et, i ooal scuttles, 4ft raege, high-pressure , boiler, double oven, 3ft 6in Shacklook range, hat and umbrella stands, double i and single iron bedsteads and spring mattresses, chests of drawers, red pine wardrobe, tables, washstands and ware, '• kitchen utensils, etc., etc. • Also, quantity of superior sheeting, pillowcases, and towels. EC. REYNOLDS AND CO. • have received iustt notions to sell the above by auction, at their Rooms. B igh street, on Thursday, 31st October, at 2 o’clock.
Now on view. LOST AND POUND. LOST, in King street, Fox-terrier Pup; finder rewarded H. Bransgrove, Sing street. ■ ’ LCSP, Yellow Scotch. Ter tur Deg, answering name of " Don "; reward. G. M'Mullan’s coal yard, Stuart street. WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, Babbitakins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M‘i>on»lU and Co,, Bond street. TMOST Value in Cash is paid by the Challenge Piano Dep6t for Second-hand Pianos. . lyx-HEAira Xmas Cards (Inhibition and other new subjects) now ready; one shilling; postage Home, one penny. lAKOFORTE Instruction Book for Tonic Sol-fa Pupils, Ss; posted, 8s fid. Chas. BeggandCo. . INDBRSPBIL.—The ‘ChristmasGift’and ‘Kleinlieder’; the ‘ Alphabet ’on sale. Chas. Begg and Co. INDIGESTION Cured by Dr Freemans Specific; a wonderful remedy. EUisdot* and do., agents, 30 Princes s'rect.
Permanent link to this item
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 8050, 29 October 1889
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 8050, 29 October 1889
Using This Item
Allied Press Ltd is the copyright owner for the Evening Star. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence. This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Allied Press Ltd. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.