AUCTIONS, THURSDAY, 7th NOVEMBER* At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, Upper Stafford street. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Walnut piano (by Schulz), walnut musis canterbury, walnut and tapestry draw - ing room suite, walnut corner whatnot, gilt pierglass, mahogany extending dining table, red pine sideboard, horsehair chairs, oak bookshelves, mahogany escritoire bookcase, copyir.fr press, proof engraving by G. Cruikshank, bronze lamp, coal vases, iron bedsteads and bedding, cedar chest of drawers, fender and fireirons, linen press, carpets, oilcloth, Etc., etc., etc. EC. REYNOLDS AND 00. ■ have received insciucbions from Mrs Hugh John M'Lean to sell the above by auction on the premises, Upper Stafford street, on Thursday, 7th November, at 2 o'clock. On view morning of sale. THURSDAY, 7th NOVEMBER, At 11 o'clock sharp. At Grain Stores, High street. AKAROA CHEESE. "/"RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. . / will sell, at above time and place, 350 cheese (Akaroa). In lots to suit buyers. FRIDAY, Bth NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. E N R Y LARNKIi will sell by auction, at his Rooms, Household Furniture and Effects, consisting ofHandsome hand - painted opals, placques, brackets, e.p. spoons in case, marble clock, opera glasses, handsome brass-mounted French bedstead, single do, full-Scotch drawers, wardrobe, ducbcsße drawers, r.p. washstand, suite in hair, easy chair, dining table, colonial sofa, tapeßtry carpets, linoleums, floorcloth, round table, Bteel bar fender and irons, rocker, dresser, copper boiler, dresser, spring and flock mattresses, range, kitchen utensils. Also, Ladies' and Gents' Watchc. FRIDAY, Bfch NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. Under Distress. OFFICE FURNITURE, OFFICE DESKS, Two Fireproof Safes, Patent Type-Writer, Book Cases, Chairs, Oilcloth, Fender and Irons, Timepiece, and Sundries. Also, A VALUABLE COLLECTION OF LAW BOOKS. JAMES A. PARK AND CO. are instructed by the Bailiff to sell by :t\<m, sA tbeir Rooms, on above cla.tc. All the above useful office furniture, sofas, books, type-writer, etc. Without reserve. TUESDAY, 12th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. "AMES SAMSON AND CO. tF are instructed by the owners to sell by auction, at their Rooms, the following desirable Properties:— Allotment 10, Maryhill (John Boatwood), together with a 4-roomed cottage, scullery, shed, and nice garden ; about five minutes' walk from Mornington Tram Extension. Also, section 15, block 2, Williamsburgh (Wm Spence), over half an acre, together with four roomed dwelling-house and outhouses thereon. 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. ,' AM ES SAMSON AND CO 1J have received instructions from the Trustees in the Estate of the late John M'Carthy (of Keast and M'Carthy) 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 It occupied by Mrs M'Lean at a rent <if L 4 per week. The ground rent is LI 08 Full valuation at end of lease. The Robert Burns, situated in George struet, is a large brick and stone buikling, containing 18 rooms, rnd is present occupied by Mr Chapman undo i asnb-leasc expiring on the 22nd d:ifr of September, 1890, at a rent of J A 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 silo, that Parcel of Land contained in mortgage No. 10,936, being 9 07 poles (more or less), described as part of Allotmont 45, Fitzroy estate, together with all buildings and improvements thereon. For further particulars apply to CALLAN AND GALLAWAY. Solicitors-, Jetty Btreet, Duncdin. Or to THE AUCTIONEERS LOST AND FOUND. 710UND, Black-and-white Collie Dojr, I' Waikouaiti collar ; not claimed by 7th Novpmber will be sold. H. Gillies, Northeast Valley. WO Pounds Reward. —Lost, at St. Clair, ■_ Sunday, Gold Watch and Chain. Apply Mr Hislop, jeweller, Princes street. IOUNf, a small Sum of Money. Addr 1 with particulars, to " 5.W.," Star Office. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY. MONDAY, 11th NOVEMBER. TRAIN will leave Dunedin for Palmerston l at 9.40 a.m., leaving Sawyere Bay 10.8 a.m., Waitati 10.53 a.m., and Seacliff 11.23 a.m.; returning from Palmerston at 4 0 p.m., Waikouaiti 4.35 p.m, Seaoliff 5.17 p.m., Waitati 5.40 p m., Purakanui 6.5 p.m. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' FETE AT SAWYERS BAY. SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued at Dunedin and Pelichet Bay to Sawyers Bay. FaresFirst Class, Is 6d ; Second Claps, Is. These tickets will be available for return on day of itsue only. Extra Trains will leave Dunedin for Port Chalmers at 11.15 a.m., 1.15 p.m., and 4.40 p.m,; returning from Port Chalmers at 12.10 p.m., 1.55 p.m., and 5.30 p.m. The 10.25 p.m. Train from Dunedin to Port Chalmers and 11.5 p.m. from Port Chalmers to Dunedin will not run ; but a Train will leave Dunedin for Port Chalmerßat 11.15 p.m., returning from Port Chalmers at 11.55 p.m. TAIERI RACES. SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued at Dunedin, Caversham, and Abbotsford, to the Taieri Racecourse at Duke's road, on Otago Central. Fares—- _, First Second From Clasr. Class. Dunedin and Caversham ... 2s 6d 1b 8d Abbotslord Is 6d IsOd These tickets will bo available for return en day of issue only. Trainß will leave Dunedin for Dnke's road, on Otago Central, at 10.5 a.m. and 10.50 a.m., returning from Duke's road at 6.35 p.m. The 10.20 p.m. Train from Dunedin to Moggie), and the 11.30 p.m. from Mosgiel to Dunedin, will not run. A Train will leave Dunedin for Mosgiel at 1115 p.m. The GOODS SHEDS at Dunedin and Port Chalmers will bo CLOSED on 11th November, By order.
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