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auctions; ; MONDAY, 4th OCTOBER, . ,11 a.m. ' ; Melbourne and Forget-ixie-not Bananas, Granger,.!;’; ■ Lemons, Pine.?,.Hobart Apples. Rhubarb. Otago ‘frit it;, and produce“ ~ - At.flNcv. • MONDAY MORNING, 4iU INST., - *S 9.50. . ;■ * oritzson and hopkin will offer by auction, . . .. Tasmanian apples, eraha, Sturmera, scarlets.. - Also* _ , Sydney oranges,- lemons, etc., if landed in ‘ time. WEDNESDAY, 6th OCTOBER, 1897 At 2.30 o'clock. ' At Central Auction Rooms, Nigh street, ’ , MARINE VILLA SITES AT ' ST. CLAIR, Fionting Albert street and Main road. FINE LEVEL BUILDING SITES, £5 Deposit .£5 Deposit, Balance Extending Over Four Years: ... J;T Interest, 4 per cent. gARK, REYNOLDS. AND Ou„ In conjunction with NEVILLE SIEVWBIGHT, ate instructed by the Forbury Park Land Company, Limited, to, sell by public auction, at the Central Auction Rooms, High street; rion' Wednesday, the 6th October, at 2,30 o’clock'- - r. 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 Wrk Estate. - TERMS: £5 deposit per section, balance extending over four yours at 4 per cent, interest. ~ For plans and further particulars apply to tho' Company’s solicitors, : .. Messrs SIEY WRIGHT AND JAMES,' 0r THE AUCTIONEERS. N.B.—The Auctioneers desire to draw attention to the fact that this is the only and last subdivision block available at St. Clair. FRIDAY, Bth OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. At the Premises. Bay View road, SouthDundem (removed to Mr H. Alexander’s Yard for convenience). Under Power of Bill of Sale. PARK. REYNOLDS, AND 00. above lnstracted to sell b T auction, as 18-passenger drag, and harness, in first-class order Hawkei’s covered express Covered spring cart, suitable for hawker. nearly new ’ 2 spring drays and harness 2 sets spring-cart harness 4 horses. Other entries received. ... , MONDAY, 11th OCTOBER, At 12.30 o'clock.--At Rooms, Manse street. PROPERTY SALE. PROPERTY SALE. PARK, REYNOLDS, AND OO are instructed to sell by auction: I, L , * errace, Dunedin. —Part section 23. bl °°f 40ft by 151 ft, together with comfortable house of 8 rooms. Good locality sunny situation ; opposite Geo. Esther, Esq.’s. 2. Maclaggan street.-Qnarter-acre leasehold. £27 per annum ground rent (stables, houses! shops, etc,, erected thereon), bringing in £O6 per annum. A good investment to a handy man. To be sold by order of the executors of the estate 3 ° £ ht ® Rl Findla F' *0 wind up 3. Main road, N.E. Valley, beside the Gar-dens.-Quarter-acre leasehold; £lO per annum pound rent; full valuation end of lease for hnck dwelling-house thereon, at present occupied by Mrs Irvine ; will be sold a bargain, . The Glen.—Sections 205 and 207, contain, mg nearly facre, fronting the Glen toad; moete laid out in garden and orchard, with substantial house of 7 rooms and scullery t splendid, situation; owner determined to sell, 5. Cavsraham Rlse.-Seotion 55. containing 23 po.es, with nice bay-window house of 7 rooms; (hot and cold water), fitted with Venetian blinds; gas and water laid on; washhouse and all conveniences; dose to railway overbridge; easy walking distance from town. 6. Northern part of section 46, block XXXVI.. frontage to Forth street and 165 ft, together with convenient house of seven rooms (water laid on), presently occupied by of sale r ° Wn ' 0n ViCW any afternocm t{ U time 7. Section _ 10, Peter street, Oavcrshatn, 4-acre, with 3-roomed house and scullery, washhouse, etc ; close to tram. Upset £llO . 8 ; Sections 10 and 11, Williamsburgb! Morn-, ington, fronting Elgin road, containing i-aore. good building site. 6 4 1 MONDAY, 4th OCTOBER. At 2 o'clock. DRAPSRY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES /ND SLIPPERT JACKETS,’etc IAME S SAMSON AND 00. U will sell by auction, at their Rooms Drapery, etc., Including Ladies’ jackets! mantles, capes, nil-wool dress materials, prints, muslin, calico, sheeting, twill, cretonne, men's and youths -suit?, shirts, drawers, underclothmg. flinnelette, table linen, apron,linen, hose and half-hose, umbrellas, curtains, quilts, forfar, hats, regatta shirts, shawls, etc., etc., etc. No reserve. WEDNESDAY, 6th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. Sale by Auction,- the Premises, Hanover str J (opposite Short street). AM E b SA M SON AN D O have been favored with instructions fr Mr James Vilson (who is leaving Dunedin) sell by auction, the whole of his Househ Furniture, including —4 hair-bottom cha couch (spring bottom), carnets, fender, fireiro \ienna chairs, round tabhs mantelpiece min pictures, double and single bedsteads, mattress bedding, towel rail, washstands, ware, ft Scotch chest of drawers, duchesses, drawers j glass, window curtains, linoleum, present pan, kitchen table, chairs, colonial sofa, kitcl ana cooking utensils, lauivlry appliances, wh( barrow, carpenter’s tools, pieces of timl lumber, and a large lot of books, sundries, e eta, etc. * TUESDAY, sth OCTOBER, 1897, At 2 o'clock. Auction Rooms, Manse street. DRUMS DAMAGED KAILS, IKON SAFES DOUBLE AND SINGLE-BARRELLED ' GUNS. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS HS. VALENTINE • o ?er by public auction, as above. Goods, Furniture, etc. (removed to rooms fir convenience of sale), inoluding-Quantity of roofing and other nails (damage! by rust), iron safes by Withers, number of d.b. and s.b. guns game bag r.p. dining table (Bft), r.p. duchea4 chests, tables, and washstands, walnut overmantel (bevelled glass), chests drawers, r.p. sideboard, chairs, sofas, washstands and ware, bedsteads, bedding, fenders, fireirons, kitchen dresser; linoleum, perambulator, go-cart, lawn mower, etc., etc. • ’ Bicycle Sale as usual on WEDNESDAY, 6th at 2 30. New machines at leas than half-price. SATURDAY, 9th OCTOBER. 1897, At 12 noon. MARINE VILLA at St. Clair, comer Forbury road and Arthur street. The pbrpftualtrustees, estate. AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed by Mr Hannah, who is leaving New Zealand, to offer by public auction, at their . Booms, Rattray street, on Saturday, tho 9th inst., at I*2 o’clock noon. His freehold property, being section 27, St Clair, jorner of Forbury (main) road and Arthur sweet, containing 31 poles plastered gas and every oonvenienw; and presently occupied by F. W. Ibbotson, Esq. The grounds are tastefully laid on* andtbe property commands a pleasant view. ' to For father particulars and cards to view apply THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES. ESTATE. 7EAT4Wnrmnm?'^ y OF NE W zealajod, lxmtted, ■ .1-Eatbay Btr«b

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 10435, 2 October 1897

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