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AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 29th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On Premises, Main road, Newington, Roslvn (the residence of the late Henry Olapoott). By order of the Executors of the Estate. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANO BY SOHULTZ. BAGATELLE BOARD AND CUES. "ARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. are instructed to sell by auction, Piano (Schultz), Brussels carpets, wool heartnrug, easy chairs, occasional chairs, large upholstered Bettee, fender and irons, occasional tables, wool mats, vases, ornaments, dining table, mahogany bagatelle table, balls and ones, r.p. bookcase, easy chair?, Vienna chairs, marble clock, table lamps, linoleum, dinner set, double and single iron belBteads, washstands and ware, chests of drawers, toilet glasses, towel rails, Chinesemattiag, kitchenfurniture, table mangle, linoleum, gas cooking stove (2 ovens), crockery and cooking utensils, Etc., etc. On view morning of sale. FRIDAY, Ist OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. On Premises, Pitt street. By order of the Executors of the estate of the late Dr Jeffcoat. MAGNIFICENT AND COSTLY HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (Rud Ibach), "WILTON PILE AND TURKEY CARPETS, SADDLE-BAG CHESTERFIELD COUCH, SADDLE-BACK EAS\ CHAIRS, HANDSOME MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, WHITE-AND-GOLD OVERMANTEL (Bevel Plates), SIGNED PROOF ENGRAVINGS (Long), OIL AND WATER COLORS, by English and Colonial Artists. Dining Room Suite, Dining Table, MAGNIFICENT BEDROOM SUITE, Dresden China Ornaments, Heavy Curtains, SET OF GOLF CLUBS, ELECTRO-PLATE, Crystal, Crockery, Knick-knacks, HALL AND BEDROOM FURNITURE, Kitchen Furniture and Utensils, Etc., etc. Catalogues now ready. T>ARK. REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed by the Executors of the Estate of the late Dr Jeffcoat to sell, as above, by auction, on Friday, Ist October, at 2 o'clock. On view from 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoo WEDNESDAY, 6th OCTOBER. 1897, ' At 2.30 o'clock. At Central Auction Rooms, High street. MARINE VILLA SITES AT ST. CLAIR, Fronting Albert street and Main road. FINE LEVEL BUILDING SITES. £5 Deposit £5 Deposit, Balance Extending Over Four Years. Interest, 4 per cent.

T>ARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO., In conjunction with NEVILLE SIEVWRIGHT, are instructed by the Forbury Park Land Company, Limited, to soil by public auction, at the Central Auction Rooms, High street, on Wednesday, -the 6th October, at 2.30 o'clock, Subdivision of the St. Clair Park Trotting Club's Course, consisting of 24 sections, mostly quarter-acres, and forming a portion of the famous Forbury Park Kstate. £5 deposit per section, balance extending over four years at 4 per cent, interest. For plans and further particulars apply to the Company's solicitors, Messrs SIEVWRIGHT AND JAMES, Or THE AUCTIONEERS. N.B.— The Auctioneers deßire to draw attention to the fact that this is the only and last subdivision block available at St. Clair. MONDAY, 11th OCTOBER, At 12.30 o'olock. At Rooms, Manse street. PROPERTY SALE. PROPERTY SALE. ► ARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed to sell by auction: 1. Royal terrace, Dunedin —Part section 23, block 24, frontage 40ft by 151 ft, together with comfortable house of 8 rooms. Good locality, sunny situation; opposite Geo. Esther, Esq.'s. 2. Maclaggan street.—Quarter-acre leasehold, £27 per annum ground rent (full valuation end of lease for stables, houses, shops, etc., erected thereon), bringing in £96 per annum. A good investment to a handy man. To be sold by order of the executors of the estate of the late Findlay, to wind up the estate. 3. Main road, N.E. Valley, beside the Gar-dens.—Quarter-acre leasehold ; £lO per annum ground rent; full valuation end of lease for brick dwelling-house thereon, at present occupied by Mrs Irvine; will be sold a bargain. 4. The Glen.—Sections 205 and 207, containing nearly i-acre, fronting the Glen road; nicely laid out in garden and orchard, with substantial house of 7 rooms and scullery; splendid situation; owner determined to sell. 5. Caversham Rise.—Section 35, containing 23 poles, with nice bay-window house of 7 rooms j bathroom (hot and cold water), fitted with Venetian blinds ; gas and water]laid on; washbouse and all conveniences; close to railway overbridge; easy walking distance from town. MONDAY. 27th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'ciocic. To Families and others. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS SLIPPERS, Etc. "AMES SAMSON AND 00. w have received instructions from several vendors to rell by auction, at their Rooms, A well-assorted lot of Drapery, including— Jackets (new shapes and every color), dress material, hats and millinery, fancy goods, children's underclothing, dresses, calico, sheeting, shirting, hosiery, cretonne, duck, quilts, table linen, slippers, and a large lot of fancy goods and sundries. Without reserve. WEDNESDAY, 29th SEPTEMBER, At half-past 1 o'clock. SALE BY AUCTION, On the Premises, Lower High street (opposite the Railway Station). AMES SAMSON AND 00. *9 have been favored with instructions from Mr D. Robertson {who is retiring from business) to sell by auction, at above time and place. Head-stones, basements, -marble cuttings, fencing, sheds, tank, all the- tools and requisites required in a monumental yard. No reserve. SATURDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, At 11 o'clock. To Hotelkeepers and others. Trades and Labor Demonstration Day Sports, etc., to be held on the Caledonian Ground on Wednesday, 13th October, 1897. SALE OF BOOTHS AND PRIVILEGES. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from the Secretary (Mr Foreman) to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Hotel and lunoheon booths, fruit and confectionery Btalls, etc. ! No reserve. Sale commences sharp at 11 o'clock.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 10429, 25 September 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Evening Star, Issue 10429, 25 September 1897