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AUCTIONS. FRIDAY. Ist NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. TO GROCERS, BAKERS, AND OTHERS. Goods removed to Rooms for convenience. JAMES SAMSON AND GO. have received instructions from Ur Forsyth, who is giving up business, to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Groceries, including a large quantity of superior teas, sugar, starch, soda, matches, and general assortment Japanese goods, counter scales and 'weights, bakers’ tins and appliances, books and boots, new half-ton lift (Weston patent). Also, Furniture, washstands and ware, tables, bedsteads, cabinets, large writing desk, colonial sofa, screen, floorcloth, rolls of paper, piece of tapestry carpet, and a large lot of miscellaneous goods to numerous to particularise. SATURDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, 1 o’clock sharp, ISAACS’ QUARTERLY SALE OP UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions from A. Isaacs, Union Pawn Office, Royal Arcade, to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, The following list of Unredeemed Pledges : 1888.— April 19th, 2262, gold chain and pair earrings ; 24th, 2365, gold of. geneva and chain; May 19tb, 2893, g. earrings; 26th, 3028, diamond ring. June Bcb, 3314, s.h. Waltham; 11th, 3348, fish knives and forks. |toz ep. forks and table spoons, 8 oz silver spoons, cruet, clock napkin rings, s. brooch, locket, and necklet, and diamond and opal ring; 16th, 3467, o.f. geneva 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, 6798, s.h. lever and silver chain; 17th, 5954, sb. lever. November sth, s.h. geneva, silver chain, and locket. December 24th, 7216, violin and bow. 1889.—January 9th, 205, 3 gold tings; 11th, 239, gold ring; 19th, 378, s.h. geneva; 379, gold chain; 23rd, 440, silver chain, 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; 28th, 529, s.o.f. geneva; 532, s.h. verge; 541, gem ring; 29th, 559, earrings; 563, gold studs; 31st, 588, gold brooch and earrings and gold chain; 589, s,h, geneva and silver chain; 590, 3 books. February 2nd, 637, s.h. lever; 4th, 659, gold biooch 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; 20th, 926, violin and bow; 21st, 953, s.h. lever; 955, gold earrings; 23rd. 978, opera glasses and pin; 982, s.h. Waltham; 993, silver chain; 994, dress piece and brooch; 27th, 1044, s.h. geneva: 1050, overcoat. March 4tb, 1131, sash fillister, side do, and 4 planes; 6th, 1171, g.h. geneva; 12th, 1309, photographic lens; 15th, 1372, of. lever; 16tb, 1378, gem ring; 21st, 1472, s.h. geneva; 27th, 1564, gold ring; 30th, 1640, silver necklet aad locket. April Ist, 1648, s.h. geneva; 1664, clock and pin; 9tb, 1809, trousers ; 1813, b,l, revolver; 16th, 1933, coat, vest, shirt, drawers, and waterproof coat ; 24th, 2092, dress; 2093, coat, trousers, and vest; 27th, 2146, sundries; 29th, 2193, coat and vc=t; .2212, rug, 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, 2189, coat and two vests; 18th, 2530, waterproof coat; 21st, 2580, trousers; 30tb, 2722 coat. June Bth, 2888, fur jacket; 11th, 2927, coat; 12tb, 2955, coat and vest; 24th. 3196, trousers and vest; 3204, three coats and vest; 26th, 3255, suit of clothes; 3257, si'k dress; 28th, 3304, overcoat, July Ist, 3339, waterproof coat; 3rd, 3386, trousers; sth, 3421, three shirts and drawers. Also, about 300 lots that do not require to be advertised according to the Pawnbrokers j Act, consisting of jewellery, clothing of | every description, musical instruments, firearms, carpenters’ tools, etc., etc.

Terms cash, SATURDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, 1 o’clock sharp. TUESDAY, 12th NOVEMBER, 1889, At 2 o’clock. To Hotelkeepers, Speculators, and Others. For Absolute Sale by Auction. THE QUEEN’S ARMS AND ROBERT BURNS HOTELS. JAMES SAMSON AND CO have received instructions from tire Trustees in the Estate of the late John M‘Carthy (of Eeast and M‘Garthy) to sell by auction, at their Rooms, the above Hotels. The Queen’s Arms, situated in Princes street, is a large brick and stone build ing, containing 16 rooms, present! v •occupied by Mrs M'lean at a rent of L 4 per week. The ground rent is LI OR Full valuation at end of lease. The Robert Burns, situated in George street, is a large brick and stone building, containing 18 rooms, snd is . present occupied by Mr Chapman nmlc i a sub-lease expiring on the 22nd day of September, 1890, at a rent of LI per week. The ground rent is LIS.. Valuation at end of lease not extotfd ingL2,soo. Also, same time, in pursuance of the power of s de, All that Parcel of Land contained in mortgage No. 10,936, being 9.07 poles (more or less), described as part of Allotment 45, Fitzroy estate, trgether with all buildings and improvements thereon. For further particulars apply to CALLAN AND GALLAWAY, Solicitors, Jetty street, Dunedin. Or to THE AUCTIONEERS SATURDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, 1889, At 11 o’clock sharp. At Dunedin Horse Saleyard. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND 00. have received instructions to sell by auction, at above time and place, The privileges in connection with the Taieri Amateur Turf Glub Meeting, consisting of gates, publicans’ and refreshmi nt booths. WEDNESDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. Under the conduct of the Registrar of the Supreme Court, Dunedin, by virtue of the powers conferred by Mortgage No. 58,738, and Memorandum of Mortgage No. 10,506, and “The Property Law Consolidation A.ct, 1883,” and “The Land Transfer Act, 1883.” RB. MARTIN • is instructed to sell by auction, at his Kooms, 'Water street, Dunedin, as above. The following PROPERTIES L All that parcel of land, containing 3 roods, being allotments 40, 41, 42, on a plan of subdivision of sections 1 and 5, block 111., Upper Kaikorai District. 2. All that parcel of land, containing I rood, being allotment 4, block HL, Township of Richmond Hill, together with the 4-roomed house thereon. 3. All that parcel of land, containing 1 rood, being allotment 33, block IL, Township of Richmond Hill, together with the 8-room ed house with bathroom and washhouse standing thereon. 4. All that parcel of land, containing 1 rood, being allotment 53, The Glen, together with the 4 - roomed brick cottage with washhouse standing thereon. 5, All that parcel of land, containing 2 roods and 20.4 poles, being allotment 16, block II , Township of Williamsburgh. 6. All that parcel of laud, containing 10,5 poles, being allotment 91, Township of West Dnnedin, together with the shop and dwelling of 5 rooms thereon. All that parcel of land, containing 1 rood, being allotment 27, block 11., Township of Richmond Hill, together with the 5-roomed bouse thereon^ 8. All that parcel of land, containing 2 roods, being al otments 10 and 27, block 111., Township of Richmond Hill, together with the 7-roomed house with washhouse standing on section 27» The title to the four last-mentioned parcels of land is under the Land Transfer Act. For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEER, Otto STOUT AND MONDY, Solicitors, Dunedin.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8052, 31 October 1889

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