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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897
AUOHONB.. oats, iirmATrdE^"W£s6' EOTATOESHEEESHPICKED).-) : MEROANTIiE OOMPAttY*,, LIMITBD,[-mli offer:for sale" b* auction,';*» above, inlotato l> ' :i - "' .-. i i ' ANDREW .'■"•". . : : • ~.:U;, ;; r -vV : v!vianftger. MONDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, ~' .■;,.•■■• At 10 o'clock. .GKAINANDJPROpudE. ;: , At the Otago Corn and Wool Exchange, . Vegel street.ONALD RE IDA N D 00. ,• willßellas above, Oats, wheat,.barley, potatoes,-ancl chaff. MONDAY. 22dd NOVEMBEB, At 10.30 a.m! GRAIN AND PRODUCE. "XALGETY AND 00., LIMITED, will offer a catalogue of '••■—-- '--■■■■-■■ - ' Oats, wheat, ohaff,- etc. ... At their Stores, Cumberland street/ MONDAY; 22nd NO\^MBER, v r<;-. At 11 o'clock.v . ':'■- GRAIN BALK • !HE FARMERS' AGENCY .. will sell by auction, at 1L o'clock,.:;,':: v" Oats, chaff, potatoes, eto :■ y ■;.,- :.q JOHN GRmDLEY, ff \ ;? Auctioneer " ' MONDAY, 22nd NOVEMBSH, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. PROPERTY BALE. iARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. are instructed to sell by auction, 1. Parts Sfctions JO and 31, Block IV, Dunedin, in 3 allotments, subdivided as below:— - I 2 Brick House?. ft! | 30ft. | 30ft. I Walker street. . Three splendid Building Sites in Upper "Walker street (adjoining Garden tertace), commanding : a fine view. Measurements given above subject to survey. 2. Part Section 25,' Block XL, Russell street, 33£t x 165, with 4-roomed House and scullery,, range and grates ; "also, 2-roomed House. " MONDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, ' . At2o'clook. At Premises, Georgo street north,'the Reside ce of Mrs "Wm. Royse (who has sold her ~ *' property). VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. _ ARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. are instructed by Mrs Royse to sell by auction, at the above time and place, Her surplus Household Furniture, consisting Marble clock, jChesterfield Bofa, -walnut cabinet, walnut music canterbury, Wilton pile carpet, Turkey carpet, walnut work table, gilt mirror, gas stovo, linoleum, Brussels stair carpet aud rods, walnut ',' loo table, occasional chairs in tapestry! wicker chairs, couches in rep. and haircloth, cedar dining table, Austrian chairs, large bookcase, office table and chair, bronze hat and umbrella stand, proof engravings, cedar chtffonior, oil paintings, hall table, violin and bow, fender and irons, cm tains, crockery' and crystal, double wood £ tester bedstead and hangings, double and Binglo iron bedsteads, spring mattress, flock mattresses, full-Sootoh chest drawers, washn stands and ware, towel rails,. toilet glasses, dressing tables, kitchen furniture and utensils, two lawn mowers, garden roller, garden tools, hose, garden Beats, bicyclo,. cast-iron pipes, table mangle, flower show boxes, croquet set, ladders, dessert Eervice, Burrow's Remington rifle, Colt revolver, air gun, wire'flower stands, waste iron, oak flower pots, etc On view Saturday, 20th Npvcmbor, from 2/ o'clock. TUEBDAY, 23rd, NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. On account of whom it may concern, UNRESERVED SALE OP 120 PAIRS LACE CURTAINS (Now Goods Just Landed). >ARK, REYNOLDS. AND Ou. are instructed to sell by auction, ai above, on account of whom it may concern, 120 pairs lace curtains, assorted patterns; latest design and be3t make. In lots to suit purchasers. - ■ On view Friday morning till time of sale. No reserve. TUESDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, Kaikorai Valley. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FIRST-CLASS PIANO BY BORD, Mahogany luo table, mahogany cheffonicr, mahogany easy chairs and diniug chairs in haircloth, steel-bar fenders and irons, occ s'.onal tables, lacs curtains, Brussels carpets, hall table and hall lamp, pictures, mats, ornaments, double and single iron bedsteads, flock mattresses, palliasses, and pillows, blankets, sheetp, etc., dressing tables, washstands and ware, toilet table and glasses, kitchen table, chairs, 2 colonial sofas, churn, mi k dishes, crockery, clock, ornaments, scraper, and door mats. PARK. REYNOLDS. AND 00. are instructed by Mrs Hill (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, on tha premises, as above. On view morning of sale. FRIDAY, 26th NOVEMBER, At 11 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street, Dunedin. For Absolute Sale. BENNETT AND PARTY'S DREDGE AND CLAIM, MILLER'S FIAT. To be sold by auction, owing to Dissolution of Partnership, on account of the Managing Partaer leaving for the Old Country. i ARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. are instructed by the Owners to sell bv auction, THEIR VALUABLE CLAIM of 61 acres 3roods 16 poles, Sections 33, Block VI, and-95, Block 111, Benger district. Xiccnse, 21 yeare from 16th March, 1896: rent paid to March, 1898. e AND STEAM DREDGE, Pontoons (kauri and bluegum, 70ft) ; Ladder. 42ft; Compound Engine (5 and lOin Cylinders, Multitubular Boiler, HOib pressure, splendid working order), with all working applianoss—Lines, ' Boat, Spare Links, Backets, etc. The Claim is a very "valuable one on tl e Clutha, adjoining* *' Otago," ' " Pringlo ar,d Party," and " Golden" Run," whose present rtn of gold runs into this claim. ■ MONDAY;; 22nd NOVEMBER, .. C'vj'fAt2o'clock. •' . MTLIJNERY. BOOTS.-SHOES, Etc. i; AM E 8 SAM SON AND. 00. f --' h'avo- received instructions, from the Owner to sell by auction, at their Rooms, . A large-Stock of Drapery from a country store, including—Dres* materials, Serge, prist. sil« a a, hose and half-hose, hate, flowers, buttons, lace, pompoms, pelisses, tweed, seal doth, cord, gingham, rglasß c'.oth, men's and boys' suits, cilico,. 'sheeting' shirts, Forfar, cm-tains, table linen, towels, silk crape, cotton, wool, gloves, undernannelß, 'flannelette, shirting, twilij jugs, qtillte,: underclothing, trouBOTB, and! a large i lot of fancy goods, etc.,etcyete; '.'■■<■: ; : ■:.; iNoreseite;
Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897
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