-AUCTIONS. MONDAY, Bth NOVEMBEB, At 11 o'oloas. ' - • v ■- At Rooms, Manse street. . 160 cases Oranges -, 11 cases Mandarinß ' ■•' " 14 cases: Lemons. -■-..• . ;- T>ARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, ~ •At 2 o'clook. _ ' : ,._ ..,' On the Premises, Clyde street, Linden, Boslyn, close to St. John's Church, the residence of';\ -:■ Mrs Mackintosh (who is leaving New Zealand). HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Em ' ARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. are Instructed by Mrs Mackintosh to Bell by auction, Couch in American leather, dining table on castors. Brussels , carpet, cheffonier, bat. and umbrella stand, ..wicker table, wicker • chair. Vienna chaiw, double an<l single brass-mounted bedsteads, wire and .flock mattresses, blanket!*,': sheets, quilt?,'etc., r.p. duohesse chests (bevel mirror), r.p. tile-back washstands, gets qf.warc, towel rail, toilet glass, lace curtains, steol-Lar fender andiron*, coil vase, lamp, ornaments, clook, go-cart, child's pot and ; mattress, kitchen table, chairs, zinc bath, general utensil?, atd sundries. ' ;..._. On View Morning of Sale. r .; . WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. OnTremises, Lees street.. . . , BUILDINGS FOR REMOVAL. URK, REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed to sell by auction, as above, 3 wooden cottages for removal. THURSDAY, 11th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, Alichie street, Roslyn. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ' Walnut Upright Grand Piano (Collard and Collard), full Trichord. - PARR:, Reynolds, and 00. are instructed by Mr T. H. Kearns (wto is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, at the above time and place, His Household Furniture, constating of— Walnut piano (Collard and Collard), walnut suite in silk rep, walnut 100 table, occasional table, wicker chairs, Brussels carpet, gilt overmantels, haircloth sofa, Austrian chairs, coal vase, marble clock and ornaments, brasßmounted fender and irons, vase lamp, linoleum, walnut whatnot, work table, hearthrug, Japanese plaques and bowls, brass curtain rods and '■• rings, tapestry and chenille curtains, piai o stool, Dresden figures, brackets and ornaments; oil paintings, engravings, tapestry table cover, crockery and crystal, red pine hat and umbrel a stand, red pine wardrobe, double iron brssEmountod bedsteads and wire mattresses, kapek beds, horsehair mattresses, walnut ducheesc pair, toilet ware, towel rail?, commode, bedette, settee, marble-top toilet glass, iron stretcher and mattresses,: copper preserving pan, wringer, washing machine, garden .tools, garden seat, lawn mower, kitchen furniture and utensilr. etc., etc. On view on Wednesday afternoon and morning . of sale. FRIDAY, 12th NOVEMBER, - At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, Regent road, off George street. Tn tho Estate of the late Mrs Urquhart. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURF, WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO ■ (Wilhelm Bohm), HANDSOME WALNUT SIDEBOARD, • SUPEBIOR BRUSSELS CARPET. PARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO, are instructed by the Executor in the Kstate of the late Mrs Urquhart to sell by auot tion, as above,. Household Furniture, consisting of—Suite ir\ rep, suite in haircloth, handsome walnut sideboard with mirror back, Brussels oarpeti?, gipsytable, gilt cornice pole, rep and lace curtains, wool ruga, plush mantel drape, door portiere and curtains, gilt mirrors, plaques, ornaments, and bric-a-brac, Belletk ware, Parian figures under shades, hall lamp, Japanese vases, lustres, fenders and iron?, ashpan, fendi r. stool, brackets, water colors, engravings, extending dining table, kauri sideboard (mirrtr back), marblertop table, walnut whatnot, cm I vase, crockery, crystal, bronze hat and umbrella, stand, scraper and door mats,.butler's tray, hall lamp, stuffed birds, double and single iron bedsteads and bedding, washstandß and toilet ware, kauri wardrobe, dressing tables, marble-top toilet glass, towel rails, chest drawers, commode, hearthrugs, table mangle, lawn mower, go-cart, garden tools, perambulator, garden seat, garden hose, kitchen furniture, and utensils, Eto,, etc On view on Thursday afternoon and morning of sale. FRIDAY. 19th NOVEMBER, At 7.30 o'clook in the Evening, At Roomß, Manse street, Dunedin. In the Estate of the late Dr JEFFOOAT. VALUABLE AND MODERN SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND BOOKS. Full details from Catalogues, whioh can bo had on application to tho Auctioneers. Written or telegraphic orders addressed to the Auctioneers will be attended to. PARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00, aro instructed by the Executor' to Bell by auction, as above, The late Dr Jeffcoat's entire »et of Surgical Instruments and Books', comprising all the latest instruments and works on surgery and medicine. MONDAY, Bth NOVEMBER, 1897, At 10.15. I E. SHIEL AND CO, will sell by auction, at their rooms, Princes street, '..."• Sydney oranges, lemons, mandarins, Gisborne lemons, Auckland lemons and citrons, kidney potatoes, Califorhian onions, Hqbart apples, etc MONDAY AFTERNOON, " At 2.30 o'clock. ORANGES, LEMONS; MANDARINS, PINES. ftc Tarawera. M.SPED D I N G • will sell the above, at his Rooms, on Monday afternoon, at 2.30 o'clook. WEDNESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, At 2.30 o"c!ock. FIREPROOF SAFES, By the celebrated makers, S. Withers and Co,, makers to tho British Government, Banks, etc. -M.SPE D D I N G ~ • will sell by auction, at his Rooms, on Wednosday first, at half-past two o'clock, a shipment of above well-known Safes, now land, ing ex Mataura, consisting of— Single doors, from 22 up to 42 inches ' Double doors, from 30 up to 36 inches. Strong, wrought iron, patent fire and burglar proof, with patent lever locks. SA'IURDAY, 13th NOVEMBER, At 11 o'clock. '■'___ '■' At Horae Saleyard. STEPHENSON, AND CO, :; V t will Bell by auction, The booths, fruit stalls, stabling, right to charge admission, public Btand, etc., in connection with Dunedin Jockey Club's , v . -spring meeting. ; .MONDAY, Bth NOVEMBER, .;'.'"".- : ,At 2'o'clock. : To Heads of Families and others. SALE BY AUCTION OF DRAPERY. CLOTHING, BpOTS.KANCYGOOLS, Etc. ■:-.".- : '^rFrom a Suburban Store. JAM'ES SAMSON AND 00. ; .-. have received instructions to sell by auotion, at their Rooms, Drapery, eto., including— All-wool dress materials, prints, muslin, creponne, men's, youths', and boys' suits, Bhirto, drawer*, calico, sheeting; twill, apron linen dowlare, cretonne, table linen, fl mnelette, tweed.- 1 ' shirting, trousers,., hose and half hoee, under clothing, umbrellas,- jackets, corsets, , glovcty millinery, hats,- handkerchief*, pipes, brooches, chains, and a large lot of fancy goods, - .Etc, etc, etc .-..k ' ~'< No reserve. ',.,■ r ' ■'' ' WEDNESDAY,'IOth NOYEMWR, ' ' At half-Daat •, s , Sale by Auction. . '**.*. "" On the Premises, Pitt street and HerioM BUILDING FOR; REMOVAL. _-' '• have been favored with iiistruclJpnß from Mr Beverly toisell by auction, -':■'' ' '. One eight-roomed wood and iron dwelling*' house."' ■:_.,,.. „->,...;.... Must he removed on or before Ist day of P«oember,lß97r. •-. •
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