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AucnoNg; ■WEDNESDAY, 6th OCTOBER, 1897, At 2.3 ft o'clock. At Central Auction Booms, High street. J - MARINE YILLA SITES " ' i , AT, ‘ ■ , ST. CL iIR, , . Fronting Albert street anil Main rofd. , ’ FINE LEVEL BUILDING SITES. £5 Deposit £5 Deposit, Balance Emending Over Four Years. - .1: CJ |3 ARK, REYNOLDS. AND 00., - * In conjunction with NEVILLE SIEVWRIQHT, are instructed by the Forbury.Park Land Company, Limited, to sell, by public auction, at the Central Auction''Booms, 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 ~-i Estate. . TERMS: ;A £5 deposit per section, balance extending over 7JLfour years at 4 per cent, interest. ”1. For plans and further particulars apply to the Company’s solicitors, Messrs SIEV WRIGHT AND JAMES, Or THE AUCTIONEERS. N.B.—The Auctioneers desire to draw atten- . tion to the fact, that this is the only and last " subdivision block available at St. Clair, MONDAY, 11th OCTOBER, At 12.30 o'clock. . . At Rooms, Manse street. . . PROPERTY SALE. PROPERTY SALK PARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. 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 (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 R. Findlay, to wind up the estate. 3. Main road, K.B. 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 occu-’ pied by Mrs Irvine; will be sold a bargain. ■ 4. ifie Glen.—Sections 203 and 207. containing nearly i-acre, fronting the Glen road; nicely laid out in garden and orchard, with sub- • stehtial house of 7 rooms and scullery; splendid situation; owner determined to sell. 5. Cavcrsham Rise.—Section.3s, containing 23 poles, with nice bay-window house of 7 rooms; bathroom (hot and cold water), fittediy; with Venetian blinds; gas and water laid on; y.J washhouse and all conveniences; close to railway o\ erbridge; easy walking distance from town. 6. Northern part of section 46, block XXXVI., Dunedin, 32ft frontage to Forth street and 165 ft, together with convenient house of seven rooms (water laid on), presently occupied by Miss Brown. On view any afternoon till time of sale. - 7- Section 10, Peter street, Cavcrsham, g-acro, with 3-roomed house and scullery, washhouse, etc.; close to tram. Upset £llO. 8. Sections 10 and 11, Williamsburgh, Mornington, fronting Elgin road, containing i-acre, good building site. FRIDAY, Bth OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. At the Promises, Bay View road, South Dunedin (removed to Mr H. Alexander’s Yard for convenience). Under Power of Bill of Sale. PARK. REYNOLDS. AND 00. are instructed to - sell by auction, as above, 18-passenger drag and harness, in first-class '• ; order Hawker’s covered express Covered spring cart, suitable for hawker, nearly new 2 spring drays and harness 2 sets spring-cart harness 4 horses. Also, 9 Light spring cart Bradley cart and harness Waggonette to cany eight persons, in first-. • class order. • : Other entries received. FRIDAY, Bth OCTOBER. 1 On Premises, Prince Edward road, Forbury. l Immediately after the .Sale of Traps, • Hones, and Harness advertised for sale at Mr Alexander’s Yards. ' FREEHOLD PROPERTY. HOUSE, AND STABLING. PARK, REYNOLDS. AND 00. are instructed by Mr Wm, Alexander (who is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, on the Ground, Pacta of sections 15, 16,17, Block XIV., Forbury, fronting Prince Edward road, containing nearly a quarter-acre, together with substantial house of five rooms and bathroom, brick stables and lofts, harness and man’s rooms, cow byres and shed, etc. As Mr Alexander has disposed of his other property, ho is specially desirous of selling this, even at a great sacrifice, before leaving. WEDNESDAY. 6th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. Sale by Auction, the Premises, Hanover street (opposite Short street). Tames am son and 00. have been favored with instructions from Mr James Wilson (who is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, the whole of his Household Furniture, including couch (spring bottom), carpets, fender, fireirons. Vienna, chairs. round tables mantelpiece mirror' pictures, double and single bedsteads, mattresses, ■ bedding, towel rail, washstands, ware, ■ fullScotch chest of drawers, duchesses, drawers and glass, window curtains, , linoleum, preserving” pan. kitchen table, chairs, colonial sofa, kitchen , and cooking utensils, laundry appliances, wheelbarrow, carpenter’s tools, -pieces of timber, lumber, and a large lot of books, sundries, etc., etc., etc. - Also, all that parcel of land, being part section 51, block XXI. (Hanover street), together. , with a newly-bnilt 4-roomed house, scullery,and outhouses thereon. _ Mr and Mr* Wilson having received the position of wardsman and matron for the Dunstan Hospital arc required ait once, compelling them to sell their furniture without reserve, and also their well-situated property on easy terms. If not sold the house will be to let. Particulars ' from the auctioneers. THURSDAY, 7th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clocir. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANO ORGAN, Etc. * Tames samson and 00. have received instructions to sell by aucs' tion, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc., including— Walnut piano by Cha«. Beggand r O .. organ by Seymour, tapestry suite, sideboard, Brussels carpets, hearthrugs, feeler and irons, coal vase, occasional chairs, pictures, large mirror, 14-day clock, bookcase and cheffonier. whatnot, octagon and tea tables, cruets, tea sets, cutlery, glassware, wool rugs, Vienna and easy chairs, leather . couch, dining table, curtain poles, double and single iron atd wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flock mattresses, kapok bode, mirror-door wardrobe, full-Scotch and toilet chests, duohesse drawers, superior bedroom pair, fancy" ware, 1 tile washstands, carpet squares, chairs, linolenrr, kitchen dresser, sofa, kitchen and cookery appliances. Also, treacle cans, sewing machine, steps, ' copper boiler, wringer, lawn mower, grindstone, letter-press, rope, Etc., etc., etc. WEDNESDAY. 6th OCTOBER, 1897. At 2.30 o’clooir. Auction Rooms, Manse street, . BICYCLES! BICYCLES; , H S. VALENT, r. N B-- : • will offer for public sale, as above?" - New and Second-hand Machines, including— , / ladies’ Humber, Elite, Fleetwing,'-girli' /- - motorbicycle, and gentlemen’s machine* of various makes—English and Amcri— —t can,"with Dunlop tyres; all gearc*, ; Entries received up to 12

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 10437, 5 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 10437, 5 October 1897

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