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AUCTIONS. :.-... SATURDAY, 2nd OOTOBEB. .;•.,; ; .-, ■■:/'.'■'■. At-11 .o'aloblr. . ■-" ■* To Hotelkcepers and others. • • • Trades and Labor demonstration Day Sports}" : etc., to be held ohthe Caledonian Ground ""'•■-' • .on Wednesday, 13th October, 1897. ' SALE OF BOOTHS AND PRIVILEGES. , .have received ihstructioriß from the Secre- ■' tary (Mr Foreman) to sell' by auction; at their Rooms, '-'.■-;;.-"-;. ; ■:•' '■•'■-■■;■■■' :■•/ ""Hotel-and luncheb'h booths; fruit and confectionery stalls, etc \ '■ ■ No reserve. v Sale commences sharp at 11 o'clock. SATURDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, ' , " At 2 o'clock. .•,.- HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, • - : . ORGAN, Etc. [ES HA-MSON ANT» I -.:'■ have received instructions from the owner; to EeU by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc., including—Walnut piano,: piano stool,' organ (by Seymour and Co;), embossed velvet and plash suite, leather suite, Brussels <Arpet, hj. rugs, superior brass fender and irorts, cedar bookcase, mahogany' - table, ' folding, occasional, and fancy chairs, Vienna -,-. chairs, overmantel, massive hanging lamp (with lustres), ourtain poles; 14-day dock, bamboo whatnots, dining table; dinner arid tea set;"-: cruet, e.p. spirit' kettle, tea tables, pictures,cedar/hall stand, massive duchesse table and'' marble washstand (inlaid with maple), bedroom ware, mirror-door ..wardrobe, duchesse drawers, tile washstands, full-Scotch and toilet chests wicker chairs, double arid single iron and wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flock mattresse'B, palliasses, kapok beds, carpet square, linoleum,'"' kitchen dresse-, sota, kitchen and oooking appliances, wringer, copper boiler, letter preiia, Venetian blinds, Zeaiandia range, grindstone, sheer-legs and blockß, filter, hedge shears, office table; also, walnut piano (by Chas. Beggand Co.), etc, etc., etc.'- - SATURDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, 1897, At 1 o'clock sharp. In their New Auction Rooms, Princes street, near Jetty street. PAWNBROKER'S SALitf of UNREDEEMED PLEDGES.

MESSES T. E. &HIEL AND CO. . have receivea instructions from Mr W. B, Oahill, manager Ballarat Loan Office, 176 Princes street, to Bell by public auction, as above, The following large and varied assortment of Unredeemed Pledges, unless redeemed or interest paid before the above date : 1890.-September 25th, 3037, 4 books; 3039 # 1 lady's diamond bracelet, brooch, and * ,™, mon<i rin 8 s - B W 20th, 1203, gem ring, 1893.-October stb, 2640, English concertina; 2643, 1 silver Bohem flute. October 24tb. 2841, gold pen. - 1894,-IXOB, 1 18-carat gold lever (by Rotherham). May Sth, 1282, d.b. gun and 10 medals; 1287,"= diamond earrings, diamond tiara, and diamond and ruby ring: , 18th, 1434, gold pin ; 19th, 1442, 78 ancient corns. June 2nd, 1583, brooch and earrings 1587, 1 very old violin, bow, and case, and 2 evening dress suits; 1584. brooch and earrings; 1581, gold snuff box and scent spray; 1585, set of studs; 1586, silver bracelet. August 29th, 2454, silver watch and chain; 2459, lady's 18-carat gold lever watch and chain and 2 gold bangles. September 3rd, 2514, 2 rings; 2507, d.b. breech-loader, case, and fittings (bv Blands . November 26th, 3219, s.o f. watch and gold chain: 3223, d.b. breech-loader (by Hollis) and case. December 14th, 3390, 2 books; 21st, 3474, 2 gold rings and gold brooch. April 14, 1069. English concertina; 1072, Mason's improved optometer. 1895.—October 14th, 2587, sewing machine; 2588, 1 upright grand piano, by Hoilling and Spatigenberg; 30th, 2725, 4 blankets and counterpane; 2727, Chippendale table ana hall stand. December 16th, 3166, . parcel of sundries. 1896.—January 18th, 116,2 boys'suits ; 121,18. carat gold lever and chain. February 22nd. .VV/ unit nf „!«(!,«„ . Un XT i i *" ~ ~ Maroh 14th, 539, rifle; 540, silver pickle jar and tongs. April 7th, 696, Holy Bible ; 699, s o.f. 1. watch (Benson); 9th, 717, s.h. lever; 722, large marble clofck. May 30th, 1066, dulcimer. June Bth, 1126, pair of earrings; 1129, zither and case oomplete; 24th, 1267, wedding ring. July 2nd. 1326, gold pencil case; 1342, d.b. breech-loader ► and case; 16th, 1422, s.h. lever; 1428, 18-carat gold chain (over 2oz); 21st, 1458, g.h. watch and chain; 1464, gent's single, stone diamond ring ; 24th, 1473 go-cart; 1478, diamond cluster ring • 27th, 1491, gem ring and earrings; 14921 g.o.f. watch and chain; 30th, 1508, 2 books; 1509,1 double gold chain and Maltese cross. August Ist, 1525, s.o.f. watch; Bth, JS63, bridle, etc.; 14th, 1595, saddl ' 1597, silver cornet with echo attachment 15th, 1603, gold chain; 17th, 1619, B.i.'' ; • T£sS hj \ 2 , 9fch > 169S - P air of fleld glasses ;' 1698, 6 dozen spoons; 1700, s.h. watch, chain,brooch,andring. Septembersth, 1749, s.o.f. watch; Bth, 1768, gold ohain; 10th, 1789, boots and pioture; 11th, 1798, violin: 14th, 1808, violin; 15th, 1821, sewing :'. machine;. 16th, 1835, brooch andring*. 17th, 1837, s.h. watch; 21st, 1872, pair ; field glasses and brooch; 22nd, 1884, gold broooh-, 23rd, 1889, 2 planes and spirit level; 28th, 2027. diamond ring; 2030,g01d chain and ring ; 30th, 2043, locket, necklet, and brooch. October Ist, 2050, silver albert; 2051, violin; 6th, 2074, silver watch ; Bfch, 2100, gold pin; 10th, 2121, s.h. lever,' 13tb, 2136, overcoat; 20th, 2180, keyless watch; 2187, 3 rings; 23rd, 2210 s.h. . watch; 27th. 2232, gold ring; 29th, 2250, gem ring; 30th, 2251, s.o.f. watch and chain. November sth, 2294. s.h.l. watch and gold chain; 6th, 2297, sovereign case: 12th, 2334, suit of clothes; 2338, s.b. gun; 14th, 2348, watch and gold chain; 2353, clock and inkstand; 2359, s.h. lever watch; 17th, 2367, overcoat; 23rd. 2381, gold ring; 24th, 2401, gold ring; 27th, 2444, s.h. lever; 2446. sewing machine. December 11th, 2468, waterproif coat; 2486, suit clothes; 14th, 2489 3 planes; 15th, 2500, 5 planes; 2504, 6 napkin tings and 2 g. brooches; 17th. 2525, sewing machine; 2526, 2 books; 23rd, 2564, gold ring and brooch; 2566 parcel of linen; 2567, cruet stand; 24th 2569, 6 articles jewellery; 2576, gold pia and wedding ring; 28th, 2585, g.h. watch • 31st, 2624, 2pins; 2630,\h. lever. 1897.—January 6th, 2651, silver watch and chain; 1, cameo ring ; 31, tollis ; 12th, 4f» opossum rug; 14th, 56, dress piece- 7* gold keeper; 19th, 81, 1 dozen and 8 Bilk handkerchiefs and 2 silk shirts; 22nd, 95. diamond pin: 96, gold brooch; Bib % Gold ring ; 28th, 137. saddle;30th, 147, saddle. February sth, 177. Englißh concertina; 187, s.h. watch ; 6tr! 196, 2 rings, locket, brooch, and cutlerv - Bth, 201, 2 cloaks;; 204, gold brooch ;9tb t ' 210, pair sleeve links; 10th, 218, gold albert; 11th, 222, silver watch and chain; 13th, 236, parcel of clothing; 237, plough andirons; 15th, 250, gold brooch; 18th,' 274, piece of cloth ; 24th, 304, 2 s. watchea and weddingring; 25th. 307, watchandch'ain: 27th, 322, 9 books: 325, 5 headstalls; 328 saddle. March 3rd, 351, Lb. Geneva watch, 353, prismatic compass; 4th 370 Is. Geneva watch; sth, 375, coat; 376* Verge watch; Bth, 391, gold watch, etc • 11th 414, saddle, bridle, etc. : 15th 456' suit of clothes ; 19th 490. sewing machine; 22nd, 498, gold chain; 22nd, 516. dress' SSfr $& 8 -r ; 26th ' 5M ' 2 Wsurts'; 30th, 580, violin, case, and bow. Am-ii P &'/»''> U**™. clothing ovS* a« ' d f ess J1 P leoe 5 20th, 784, coat; • d ' a S d veat '> 857 < ev ening dreta suit; 24th, 850, 2 pairs blankets; 858, pair blankets, etc.; 2bth, 860, pair boots ; $?. box and contents; 875, overcoat; 877. waterproof coat; 27th, 887, lpair blankete, . LE aU ? n no ÜBeri i! etc - Mft y 3rd . 9 57, ulster ; 6th, 1002, waterproof coat; 1006, underlinen; Bth, 1021, coat and vest; 10th, 1031, coat; 13th, 1064, counterpane; 14th, 1070, waterproof coat; 15th. 1098, evening dress ; 1099, dress; 18th, 1128, drees; 1129, dress; 19th, 1138, suit; 1149, piece of tweed; 20th, 1152, piece of tweed; 22nd, 1173, waterproof coat; 25th 1182, coat and vest; 27th, 1218, rug; 29th. 1230, dreßß suit; 1252, BUit length; 1263, 2 pieces tweed. June Ist, 1270, underlinen; 10th, 1362, dress; 17th, 1449, 2 coats and 2 vests. Also a large lot of splendid gold and silver Eng. • lish levers, by Benson, Dent, Rotherharr, '■' Fordsham. Forrest, Kinder and Sons, arid' other well-known English makers. Gold chains, bangles, rings, brooches and earrings, firearms, fireirons, musical instruments, blankets, boots, clothing, aHdgoodß of every description. Dealers and bargain-hunters will do well to attend this sale, as the auctioneers' instructions are to sell at any cost. ':■; Terms cash. Noreserve.' " iDterest can be paid up till 12.30 at the officer as no interest will be taken in the auction room. rptGEß'Teaß.—"We cannot make you good,' A .but we can makeyon.feel good. Drink liger leas.,,; . .„.' ■"

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 10434, 1 October 1897

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