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AUCTIONS. TTT7 B BBG TO ANNOUNCE that we have* \ y SOLD out Fruit, Produce, Poultry, and QenoralCfoinmiss’on Business to Messrs T. B. SHIEL AND CO., of Jetty and Princes streets, Dunedin, W whom ■we respectfully solicit a continuance of the support so. generously accorded us. We can confidently rebornmend them as our successors.- Any consign | meats sent. in to us after this date will hj& ! handed'over to them.- ; OREIQ, WILLOOOKS, AND CO. MONDAY, 11th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock sharp T.'l SHIM AND CO., • ■ instructed by Mr J. Kennedy, will sell, i at the shop lately occupied by Mr Dixon, genet al dealer, Main road, South Dunedin (near Og&V Corner), The whole of the present Stock, comprising— Tables, chairs, sofa, bedsteads, mattress, cots, washstonds, curtain poles, blinds, mats, pictures, crockery, glassware, lamps, kitchen utensils, churn, tea urn, counter, scales, bench and tools, model yachts,, dog houses, trestles, etc. Without reserve. MONDAY, lltb OCTOBER, At 11 a.m. By Auction. DE. Tahiti Oranges, Bananas; also 100 cases Hobart Apples: Scarlets, French Crabs, Nonpariel, Russets, and Sturinets. OTAGO FRUIT AND PRODUCE AGENCY, . -7 MONDAY, 11th OCTOBER, At ftiS-o'clook sharp. 20 TONS DERWENT POTATOES! • OATS, WHEAT, BARLEY, CHAFF. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND) MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, will offer for sale by auction, at theOtago Wool and Grain Stores, Lower Rattray street, as above. ANDREW TODD, Manager. MONDAY, 11th OOTOBBK, At 10 o’clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At the Otago Corn and Wool Exchange, Vogel sheet. Donald rbid and go. will sell as above, Oats, wheat, barley, potatoes, and chaff. MONDAY, Hth OCTOBER, At 11 o’clock. , GRAIN SALE. THE FARMERS’ AGENCY COMPANY will sell by anction, at 11 o’clock. Oats, chaff, straw, etc. JOHN GRINDLEY, Auctioneer MONDAY. 11th OCTOBER, At 10.30 a.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE, X'VALGETY AND CO., LIMITED, will offer a catalogue of Oats, wheat, chaff, - etc. At their Stores, Cumberland street. MONDAY, Hth OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, JACKETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Etc JAMES SAMSON AND OC, will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Drapery, etc., including— Jackets, ulsters, capes, dress materials, navy serge, mohair prints, muslin, men’s, youths', and boys’ suits, trousers, shirts, flannels, calico, sheeting, apron’linen, table linen, underclothing, umbrellas, flannelette, tweed, serge, shirting, forfar, Holland, quilts, hose and half-hose, hats, caps, twill, fancy cushions, tea coseys, and a large lot of fancy and counter goods, etc., etc , etc. No reserve. MONDAY. Hth OCTOBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. PROPERTY SALE. PROPERTY SALE. PARK, REYNOLDS. AND CO. are instructed to sell by anction: j 1. Royal torsace, 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 lato R. Findlay, to wipd up the estate. r 3, Main road, N.E, Valley, beside the Gar; dens.—Quarter-acre leasehold ; £lO per annum ground rent; full valuation end of lease fop brick dwelling-house thereon, at present ootfln pled by Mrs Irvine; will bo sold a bargain. 4, Cavorsham Else. Section 36, corner Leckhampton court and St. Hellier’s court, 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 onj washhouse and all conveniences; close to railway overbridge; easy walking distance from town. 5 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. 6. Section 10, Peter street, Caversbam, i-acre, with 3-roomed house and scullery, washhouse, etc.; close to tram. Upset £llO. 7. Sections 10 and 11, Williamsburgh, Mornington, fronting Elgin road, containing i-acrc, good building site. TUESDAY, 19th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. At Mr Col chan’s Paddock, Waitati. By order of the Mortgagee. HORSES, CATTLE. IMPLEMENTS. MASSEY-HARRIS REAPER AND BINDER. PARK, REYNOLDS. AND 00. arc instructed to sell bv auction, 2 chestnut draught mares Cows and heifers Double furrow plough (Reid and Gray) Four-leafed harrows (Reid and Gray) Massey-Hatris reaper and binder, in good order. . . Further entries received. ;■ WEDNESDAY, 27th OCTOBER, ■ ? At 2 o’clock, Premises, “Mahuru,” corner Hcriot row and ” V Park street. ’ The residence of Mrs Gideon Scott, who is : leaving Dunedin. MAGNIFICENT AND MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CONCERT GRAND PIANO (Justin Browne, London). PARK, REYNOLDS. AND 00, are instructed by Mrs Gideon Scott (who is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, the whole of her Household Furniture, etc, as above. WALNUT BEVEL PLATE SIDEBOARD, - Dining table, mahogany and plush chairs, heavy tapestry table covers and curtain-. Chesterfield chair, art chenille door portiere, Brussels carpet and hearthrug, Chesterfield couch in terra coLta plush, WILTON PILE CARPET AND HALL . RUGS, black-wood corner cabinet, overmantel to match, occasional tables and chairs, chenille and laca curtains, OIL AND WATER COLORS by Wilson, Nerli, Hodgkins, J. Gibb, W, M. Gibb, Miss Hill, Miss Hodgkins, engravings, and photos, MAPLE AND MAHOGANY 5-WING WARDROBES, pedestal duchosso pairs, solid brass and brassfronted bedsteads, carpets, curtains, chests of' drawers, BED LINEN, BLANKETS, kitchen furniture and utensils, garden tools, lawn mowers, croquet set. . Catalogues now being prepared. On view Monday, 25th inst., from 2 o’clock.. TUESDAY, 12fh OCTOBER, 1897, . At 2.30 o’clock. Auction Rooms, Manse street. BICYCLES. BICYCLES. H S; VALENTINE • will offer for sale by auction, as above. Ladies’, gentlemen’s, and girls’ bicycles, of various brands. Entries received up to 12 o’clock on Day of Sale. The day of sale has been altered from. Wednesday in consequence of the gehe/aljjbll;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 10441, 9 October 1897

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