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Sales by Auction THIS BAY, At Half-past id o'Clook. DUNBLANE AUCTION MART. SALVAGE stock OF groceries. THOS. M. JACKSON, Will sell by auction at bis Dunblane Auction Mart Qiieen-»treot, To-day (Monday), at half-paat 10 o'clock. SALVAGE STOCK OF GROCERIES— romovod to mart for convenience of tale, * ' T. M. JACKSON, ) Auctioneer. r» ——~~-———— — !; THIS DAY, ■» At 12 o'clock Noon. S. S. CITY OP CORK, THOS. M. JACKSON Has received instructions to sell by public tvncUon, at his Dunblane Auction Mart, Queen-street, on the above date, THE WELL-known FAST S.S. CITY OF CORK 42-35 Tons Kott Register, with all herG°ar, Bo a?, &c, as she now lies In Mechanics' i Bay. For further particular*, apply to _________ ;! T. M. JACKSON, Auctioneer. THIS DAY ' At Twelve o'Clook noon. DUNBLANE AUCTION MART. T. M. JACKSON Has received instructions to soil by auclion, at the ' Dunblane Auction Mart, on Monday, November 7, at twelve o'clock noon, 1 f\ SHARES NORTH NEW ZEAJLV LAND WOOLLEN COMPANY. T. M. JACKSON, Auctioneer. _-—_—-_—_———————-———_—————————-—>•——————— ' THIS DAY, At Noon. COMFORTABLE VILLA RESIDENCE MEAK WATTIE'S HOTEL, EPSOM. • T. M. JACKSON Has received instructions from Mr. J no. Head, who is leaving the district, to sell by public auction, at his Dunblane Auction Mart, on the above date, his "VTEW AND COMFORTABLE FOURJLI KOOMED HOUSE, ami all necessary Outbuildings, together with Lots 5 and 6 of small Farms, Section 2£, District of Manukau, having a frontage of In. feet to l>crby-street. with a depth of 145 feet, and containing nearly 1 acre. The whole of the Land ie Volcanic nmi now in Crop, and should prove a proflUbe investment to a working man. It is wlihiii hilf-an-ho-r of the city, and the Tram Comuaay have decided to run their trams as far as Wattle's Hotel. T. M. JACKSON, Auctioneer. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, At Noon. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ALLOTMENT, CPPEK QUEEN-STREET. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. THOS. M. JACKSON Has received instructions to sell by public auction, at his Dunblane Auction Mart, on the above date, ALL THAT VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLD situated in Upper Quoen-street, and comprising Allotments 6 and 7, Section 29, City ef Auckland, having a frontage of 105 feet to Upper Qiuten-ilreet. with a depth of 119 feet 0 Inches on one side and 133 feet 11 incliei on the other, also 102 feet 5 inches to right-of-way leading into Grey-Btreot, For conditions of sale, plan, and further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, THOS. M. JACKSON, Auctioneer. I THIS DAY, i At Eleven o'Clock. NEW POTATOES ! NEW POTATOES ! G. W. BINNEY & SONS Will sell by public auction, at their Mart, Cjrn Exchange, Fort-street, To-day, at eleven o'clock, /f»-B CASES NEW POTATOES— 'I) A Kidneys, Earl; Kose, Pink Eyes. THIS DAY, At Twelve o'Clook noon. G. W. BINNEY AND SONS Have received instructions from Mr. J. Aitken Connell to sell by public auction at their Mart, Fort-street, on Monday, November 7, at twelve o'clock noon, THE WHOLE OF THE OFFICE FURNITURK, LAW BOOKS, otc, tlio property of 1 the Perpetual Trustees Co., Iα the oriicu formerly occupied by the Company, Fart-street, as a branch office, and more lately by Air. Connell (next toG. W. Binney »nd Sons'). Lar(t» Milner'a Fireproof Safe, double doors ; Handsome Office Table, cloth covered, with drawers; Otlice Chairs, Book ami Paper Cases, Kilter, Large Leitor copying Press Table, cloth covered; Handsome (In Stove, Complete S«t of Statutes of New Zealand, half-bound, from the foundation of the Colony to 1886; a urge number of Valuable Standard Law Books, Williams on Executors and Administrators, I'jlmur'., Company Prei edeatr, Cbltty on Contracts, Lewis on Trusts, Smith's Real and Personal Property, Gale on Kaiements, Maxwell on Interpretation of Statutes, Sujden'u Vendors and Purchasers, Taylor on Evidence, Russell on Arbitration, &C &«.; Maps, Ac, -c. Terms, Cash, TO-MORROW. JUNCTION YARDS. Ifle undersigned will sell, at tbe Junction Yards, on Tuesday next, FAT CATTLE Fat Sheep Fat Lambs Dairy and Store Cows Teal Calves, Pigs, etc., etc. < HUNTER & NOLAN, Auctioneers, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11. DURHAM YARDS. The undersigned have received instructions from Jarred All-rill. Esq., to sell at tho Durham Turds, on Friday next, at 12 o'clock, the whole of his RACING STUD: Victoria, by Feva—Memento Memorandum, l!jr«, full brother to above Forest King-, 2yrs, full brother to above Forget-me-not, 4yrs, (by Sterllngworth—Memento Britannia, 4yrs, by Starlingworth—Clipper (Victory's dam) Haricot, 'lyre, fall sister to Victory. 1 Brown Colt, 2yrs, by Anteros. N.B.—The above horses are all la training, and can ' be q|en at fillerelie during the Spring Meeting. HUNTER & NOLAN, i Auctioneers, DURHAM YARDS. ; For Sale Every Tuesday at half-past nine o'clock, WOOL, HIDE SHEEPSKINS TALLOW. HUNTER & NOLAN| Auctioneers. B. O. CABB.] [a. D, TONES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, At 12 o'Clock. BY ORDER OF THE REGISTRAR. 100 ACRES MOUNT ROSKILL. B. TONKS & CO. 1 Have received instructions to sell, on Wednesday, November 16, at twelve o'clock, ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF £3~ LAND, being Southern portion of Allotment 10, Section 18, Suburbs Of Auckland, containing 100 acres, more nr less.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, New Zealand Herald, Volume XXIV, Issue 8093, 7 November 1887

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 New Zealand Herald, Volume XXIV, Issue 8093, 7 November 1887

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