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AUCTIONS. MONDAY* 15th NOVEMBER, . • - lAt 2 o'clock. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, ■'. '■'•' -Etc: ;TAPS ; SAMSON AND 00. &.-:■; will sell by auction, at their Rooms, -.■ Drapery, etc., including— AU-wool,; dress material, prints, muslin, fiHes *, men's, youths', and boys' Buits, shirts, [ table linen, ourtains, cretonne, hose andhalf- ! hats, lace, collars; jackets, pillow slips, handkerchiefs, and a large lot of fanoy goods, etc., eto.j'etc. ;! FRIDAY. 19th NOVEMBER, At 7.30 o'clock in the Evening. At Koomß, Manse Btreet, Dunedin. In the Estate of the late De JEFFCOAT. VALUABLE AND MODERN SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND BOOKS. Full details from Catalogues, which can be bad on application to the Auctioneers. Written or telegraphic orders addressed to the Auctioneers will be attended to. \ are instructed by the Executor to sell by auction, as above, The late Dr Jeffcoat's entire set of Surgical ■-- Instruments and Books, comprising all *the latest instruments and works on '■-. surgery and medicine. , PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On Premises, Upper Duncan street. ' By Order of the Executrix of the late E. M. Marks. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PLATE, Etc. JARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed, as above, to sell by auction, DRAWING ROOM, DINING ROOM, BEDROOM AND KITCHEN FUBNITURE, Etc., Etc. Full particulars later issues. THURSDAY, 18th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On Premises, Queen street (off Union street). HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. RK. REYNOLDS, AND 00. are instructed by Mrs Whalley (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, as above, Piano (by Kirohner), suite (in tapestry), couch (in cretonne), brass-mounted fender and irons, ashpan, occasional tables, easy chair, Austrian chairs, pictures, Jamp, brackets and ornaments, linoleum, carpets, clock, crockery, *'yi crystal, curtains, Japanese cabinet. White sewing machine, double brass-mounted bedstead, spring mattress, red pine duchesse pair, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, mattresses, blankets, napery and linen, washstanda and ware, dressing tables, toilet glasses, chests drawers, rocker, colonial sofa, meat pafe, hall lamp, kitchen furniture and utensils, Etc., etc. MONDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clook. At Premises, George street north, the Residence of Mrs Wm. Royse (who has sold her property). VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PARK, REYNOiDS. AND CO. are instructed by Mrs Royse to sell by auction, at the above time and place, Her surplus Household Furniture, consisting Marble clock, Chesterfield sofa, walnut cabinet, walnut musio canterbury, Wilton pile carpet, Turkey carpet, walnut work table, gilt mirror, gas stove, linoleum, Brussels stair carpet and rods, walnut 100 table, occasional chairs in tapestry, wioker chairs, couches in rep and haircloth, cedar dining table, Austrian chain, large bookoase, office table and chair, bronze hat and umbrella Btand, proof engravings, cedar cheffonier, oil paintingß, hall table, violin and bow, fender and irons, ourtains, crockery and crystal, double wood bedstead and hangings, double and single iron bedsteads, spring mattress, flock mattresses, full-Scotch chest drawers, wash' stands and ware, towel rails, toilet glasses, dressing tables, kitchen furniture and utensils, two lawn mowers, garden roller, garden tools, hose, garden seats, bicycle, cast-iron pipes, table flower show boxes, croquet set, ladders, Etc., etc. On view Saturday, 20th November, from 2 o'clock. MONDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street, PROPERTY SALE. are instructed to sell by auction, I. Parts Sections 30 and 31, Block IV., Dunedin, in 3 allotments, subdivided as below:— ■ 2 Brick Houses, * d I 30ft. I 30ft. I Walker street. Splendid bnilding sites in Upper Walker street, commanding a lino view. Measurements given above subject to survey. 2. Part Section 25, Block XI., Russell street, 33ft x 165, with 4-roomed House and scullery, range and grates; also, 2-roomed House. WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, 1897 At 2.30 o'clook. At Central Auction Rooms, High street. SUBURBAN RESIDENCE FREEHOLD 3. Also, FARMS NORTH-EAST VALLEY AND WHARE FLAT. SIEVWRIGHT BROS. AND CO. (acting under instructions from the owners) will submit to public auction, at the above time and place, The following Properties : • 1. NORTH-EAST VALLEY, Woodbum Farm—All that Parcel of Land beine Sections 52 and s*, North-east Valley District, containing 21 acres 2 roods and 38 poles (more or less), together with commodious Dwelling of Eight Rooms thereon; in good order. This is one of the finest Farms in the district, and fronts the main Valley road and the Upper Junction road. Well fenced and watered. 2. FARM, WHARE FLAT-All that Parcel of Land being Sections U and 15, Block IV., Dunedin a«d East Taieri District, containing 233 acres ■ 3 roods (more or less), together with ■ Dwelling thereon. This Farm adjoins that of the late Professor Brown and Messrs Anderson and Stewart's properties, and is for absolute sale. 3. MORNINGTON. fronting Jameß place, Arthur, and' John streets—All that Parcel of Land being Sections 30, 31, 32, 37, and 38, Township of West Dunedin, containing 1 rood and 8.4 poles, together with Two Dwelling-nouseß—-one of Nine Rooms (f which the principal rooms are plastered), bathroom, ia first-.class ondition; the other dwelling contains Seven Rooms, together with all conveniences. Intending purchasers will be shown over the property on application to MrG. Knrtitftt th. nnmi. T* iV! . is not sold in one lot it will be offered separately. St Leonarda -AM -.that?j»reel of Land being Allotments 8,9,10, and 11, Block IIL, containing 2 roods and 9 poles, together with'' house was built only a few yean ago. and cost the owner close on £6OOI Will be sold at a great sacrifice. Further particulars from . AUCTIONEERS,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 10470, 13 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 10470, 13 November 1897

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