ooßPo&Afidir notioM CJPENT LQlEat' the Ander- ~ son's Bay road." ~ A MANURE for* Farm Lands, etc." r v V iFor particulars apply to the Gaa Engineer at the Gasworks, '* '-.' . - :'WM: - Town Clerk. -Dunedin, 13tn November, 1897. auctions; FRIDAY, 19th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'c!ocK. On Premises, Walker street. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. iARK,REYNOLDS, AND 00. are instructed by Mrs G. Bison (who u giving Tup the shop) to sell by auction on the premises, a quantity second-hand furniture; \ : - £■<;- Tables, chairs, bedsteads, crockery, glassware, and sundries of all kinds. J FRIDAY. 19fli: NOVEMBER, At 7.30 o'clock in the Evening.*. At Rooms, Manse street, .'Du'nedin. In the Estate of the late Db JEFifCOAT. VALUABLE AND MODERN SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND BOOKS. Full details from Catalogue?, whioh can be bad on application to the Auctioneers. Written or telegraphic orders addressed to the Auctioneers will be attended to. )ARK, REYNOLDS, AND O.'. are instructed by the Executor to sell bv 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. SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On Premises, Waitati. By order of the Executors of the Estate of R. . ■ G. Harris (deceased.) HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, COW AND HEIFER, FOWLS, GEESE, Etc. ark, REYNOLDS, AND CO are instructed by the Executors of the estate of R. G. Harris to sell by auction as above, "at Waitati, Piano, horsehair sofa, armchair,: 6 dining room chairs, chiffonier, carpet and hearthrug, fender and irons, iron bedsteads, mattresses, wardrobe, chest of drawerSi dressing tables and glasses, washstands and ware, .chairs, bedding, tables, couches, kitchen furniture, crockery, general utensils, etc, cow and heifer, farm tools, fowls, geese, "Etc, etc On view morning of sale. FRIDAY MORNING, 19th INST., 10.15 sharp. ORITZSON .AND HOPKIN will offer by auction, 40 cases bananas 36 cases new kidney potatoes. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), 19th NOVEMBER, At 10 o'clock sharp. TE. SHIELAND CO, • will sell by auction, Poultry, etc. ; also 1 pen of pure-bred Wyandottes. And at Trinces street, - At 11 o'clock. 50 bags Auckland kidneys, green peas, 'Frisco onions, etc. FRIDAY, 19th NOVEMBER, , At 10.30 a.m. . 400 head Poultry 1 pair Muscovy Ducks, VTAGO" FRUIT AND PRODUCE AGENCY. 1 SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER, 1897, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, -" M'Lauchlan's Arcade, South Dunclin. IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE. NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND GENERAL STOCK. HS. ~ V A L E N T I N E • has been instructed to dispose of the entire stock, as above. Consisting of— Couches in leather and haircloth, dnchesse chests and washstands, chests ot drawers, easy chairs, colonial sofas, iron and wood bedsteads, new and second-hand bedding, spring and wire mattresses, rocking and wicker chairs, perambulators, go-carte, Singer sewing machine and tailor's ditto (in first-class order), ironmongery, crockery, glarsware, brushware, pictures, German cabinetmaker's bench, carpenters' tools, cramps, old sashes, boxes, handoait, and a large quantity of sundries too numerous to detail. SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ROSEWOOD PIANO, Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, Furniture, etc. including— Rosewood piano by Kirkman, music stool, music canterbury, leather suite, mirror-back sideboard, tapestry and plush couch and occasional chairs, Vienna c'-airs, curtain poles, octagon and 100 tables, brass fenders and irons, hearthrugs, goatskin rugs, Brussels and tapestry carpets, coal vase, whatnot, overmantel, dining table, dinner and tea sots, cruets, lamps, clocks, cutlery, hall stand, iron and wooden bedsteads and bedding, wardrobe, full-Pcotch and toilet chests, duchcs'e drawers and tables, washstands, war?, looking glasses, commode, carpet squares, linoleum, chairs, tables, kitchen dresßer, kitchen and cooking utensils, spades, saws, axes, wheelbarrow, tools, etc , etc., etc. SATURDAY, 20th INST., At 2 o'clock. IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE WAREHOUSE SAMPLES "NEW HOME" SEWING MACHINES. )."''.■ M. SPED DI N Q • will sell on Saturday, at 2 o'clock, IN UPSTAIRS ROOM: 2 magnificent semi-grand overstrung piano. forte 3 ." „ 8 handsome walnut overmantels 10 massive brass-mounted bedsteads 12 fancy Indian rattan chairs 2 suites furniture (in leather and velvet), footstools, piano stools, occasional fables, whatnots, chairs, commodes, tea and breakfast sets, toilet sets, glk jugs, engraved tumblers! superior table and dessert knives, carvers, electro-plated tea sets, teapots, baskets, fruit stands, cruets, etc., hall and parlor clocks, fenders, fireirons and brasses, brass-kerb fenders, iron cot tablemangles, wringers, doormats, lawn mowers, etc., etc. Also, 4 SEWING MACHINES, The far-famed "New Home" (carved walnut, with 3 drawers), Which hold the premier position of the world. These will be offered at an upset of one-third agents' price (including splendid casket of attachments), ■ And positively sold to the highest bidders, for reasons to be explained at sale. Goods now on view. ' LOST AND FOUND; WILL Person who picked up Youth's Coat in Moray place please return F. Bilson, George street. 1 expenses. Apply James Reilly, Green Island. OUND, Splendid Glass of Beer at Tattersail's Hotel (late Red lion). Stafford street Fred Carter, proprietor.
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