AUCTIONS SATURDAY, 2ml NOVEMBER, 1659, At 12 o'clock sharp. At Dunedin Horse &aley?.rdf7 RIGHT, STEPHKNSON, AND 00. ' T lnvo received instructions to sell by auction, at above time and place, The privileges in connection with the Taieri Amateur Turf Cluh Meeting, consisting of gates, publicans' arid refreshment booths. SATURDAY, 2ni NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Dunedin Horse Saleyard. FIRST-CLAiS LIGHT-HARNESS HORSES. [/■ RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions from the Hon. W. J. M. Larnacli, C.M.G., The Camp, to sell by auctien, at'above lirhe and place, 3 superior light-harness horses, broken to sicslc and double harness. SATURDAY, 2nd NOVEMBEP, 1 At 2 o'clock. r ENRYL A R N E K will sell by auction, at his Rooms, Rattray street (next Bank Now Zealand), Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of—Feather bed, double iron bedsteads, 6 tingle wood aud iron bedsteads, spring mattresses ani bedding, full-Scotch and other drawers, wardrobe, chtffo-. i-r, duchesse drawers ar.d washstand in red pino, dining tabie, washstanil and ware, dresser, ranse, copper boiler, linoleum, oilcloth, large caipets rug, horsehair suite, Austrian chairs, kitchen utensil?, and sundries Also, 150 lots of drapery, consisting of dress piece?, Mowers, trimmings, hals, hose, Buits, water proof coats, boots, etc. TO MORROW (Saturday), at 1 o'clock sharp. In Room?, 39 George street. T CAMPBELL AND CO. have received « instructions to sell by auction Furniture of a Ten-roomed House—Doubie and single iron and wcoden bedsteads, spring mattresses, suite in leather, haircloth couches, chaire, table-, sofas, and other goods too numerous to particu larise. Also, at 6.30 o'clock—Goods to suit 'everybody. SATURDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, 1 o'clock sharp. ISAACS' QUARTERLY SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. AMES SAMSON AND CO. w have received instructions frcm 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 chainand pair earrings ; 24th, 2365, gold of. geneva and chain; May 19th, 2893, g. earrings; 26th, 3028. diamond ring. June Bth, 3314, s.h. Waltham ; 11th, 3348, fish knives and forks, ep. forks and table spoons, 8 oz silver spoons, cruet, clock napkin rings, s. brooch, locket, and necklet, and diamond atd opal ring; 16th, 3467, o.f. geneva acd silver necklet and lockei; 25th, 3633, g.p. cruet and gold chain. Ju'y Gfch, 3896, 8.0.f. lever; 14th, 4072, gold ring. AugUßt 25tb, 4842, s.h. genevs. October lltb, 5798, s.h. lever and silver chain; 17th, 5954, sh. lever. November stb, s.h. geneva, silver chain, and locket. December 24fcb, 7216, violin and bow. 1889.-January 9:h, 205, 3 gold rings; 11th, 289, 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 instrumeats; 25th,. 483, 2 (;em rings; 26th, 495, s.h. lever, gold chain, and pendant; 5K)4, family Bible; 28th, 529, s.o.fc geneva; 532, s.h. verge; 541, gem ring; 29th, 559, earrings; 563, gold studs; Slst* 588, gold brooch and earrings and gold chain; 559, 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. leverj 573, 2 gold rings; 19th, 911, 1 dosen i 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 broooh; 27th, 1044, s.h. geneva; 1050, overcoat. March 4th, 1131, sash fillister, side do, and 4 planes J 6th, 1171, g.h. geneva; 12th, 1309, photographic lens ; 15th, 1372, o.f. lever; 16th, 1378, gem ring; 21st, 1472, B.h. geneva; 27th, 1564, gold ring; 30th, 1640, silver necklet and locket. -April Ist, 1648, s.h. geneva; 1664, clock and pin; 9th, 1809, trousers ; 1813, b.l. revolver; 16th, 1933, coat, vest, shirt, drawers, and waterproof coat ; 24th, 2092, dress; 2093, coai, trousers, and vest; 27tb, 2146, sundries; 29th, 2193, coat and ve^t; 2212, rug, khirts, 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, 2480, coat and two vests; 18th, 2530, waterproof coat; 21st, 2580, trousers; 30th, 2722. coat. June Bth, 2888, fur jacket; 11th, 2927, coat; 12tb, 2955, coat and vest; 24th, 3196, trousers and vest; 3201, three coats and vest; 26th, 3255, suit of clothes; 3257, silk dress; 28th, 3304, overcoat. July Ist, 3339, waterproof coat; 3rd, 3386, trousers; sth, 3121, three shirts and drawers, Also, about 300 lots that do not require to be advertised according to the Pawnbrokers Act, consisting of jewellery, clothing of every description, musical instruments, firearms, carpenters' tools, etc., etc.
SATURDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, 1 o'clock sharp. TO-MORROW, 2nd NOVEMBER, At 6 o'clock. ■AMES SAMSON AND 00, i will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Goods of every description. Without reserve. TUESDAY, 12th NOVEMBER, 1889, At 2 o'clock. To Hotelkeepers, Speculators, and Others. For Absolute Sale by Auction. THE QUEEN'S ARMS AND ROBERT BURN 3 HOTELS. JAMES SAMSON AND 00 have received instructions from the Trustees in the 1 state of the late John Ji'CaUhy (<.f Xtact aud M'Carthy) to sell by auction, at their Rooms, the above Hotels. The Queen's Arms, situated in Princes street, is a largo brick and stone build ing, containing 16 rooms, presently occupied by Mrs M'lean 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 Georgo street, is a large brick and stone buikling, containing 18 rooms, end is present occupied by Mr Chapman mule i aanb-lease expiring on the 22nd day of September, 1890, at a rent of L 4 per week. The ground rent is USValuation 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. 10,986, being 9.07 poles (more or less), described as part of Allotment 45, Fitzroy estate, together with all buildings and improvements thereon. For further particulars apply to CALLAN AND CALLAWAY, Solicitors, Jetty street, Dunedin. Or to THE AUCTIONEERS TUESDAY, sth NOVEMBER, At 2.30 o'clock. Important Sale of MERCHANDISE. In an Assigned Estate. M.SPBD D I N G j has received instructions to sell by auction, at his Rooms, on Tuesday first, sth inst., at 2.30 o'clock, In bond: Duraod'B brandy, Olen Dhu whisky, Andresson'B port, Penfold's wines, Heckler's ar,d De Neuville champagnes, Burke's and lager ales, geneva, pints claret, Mikado cigars, Swiss, Old Sport, and Belle of East tobaccos, teas (in chests, half-cbrot?, and boxes). Duty \><M : Jama, washboards, brooms, twine, bop!>, jgingor, carbonate soda, sauces, nottpaper, figs, currants. Positively without reEerve. Full lists will be advertised on Saturday. AND T. INGLIS are selling beat Colonial Blankets, 2.} yards long, 17a 64; 2J yards loug, 21b 6d.
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