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SALES BY AUCTION. MONDAY, SO h MAY, At 11 o'clcck. IRONMONGERY. EARTHENWARE. Bankrupt Stock of A. S. Levy, Arcade. y['LANDRESS, HEPBURN, and CO. ii are instrncted OJ tlie Trustees in the Estate to sell by auction on the premises, Arcade, on Monday, 30th May, at 11 o'c'ock. The whole stock, consisting of General and furnish! :;g ironmongery, brushware, Kerosene lamps. br-.53 fonn"ry, holloware, tinware, im rican axes, picks, and handles, tubs and buckets, builder's iron mongery, locks, hinges, Ecrews, nails, &c. Also, An extensive assortment of china, glass, and eatthenware. In sherfc, All the -equisites for carrying on an extensive . retail ironmongery and earthenware business. Terms cash. 21my SATURDAY, 4th JUNE, At 12 o'clock. AT THE ROOMS, PEINCES STREET. . The whole of the Unoccupied TOWN AND COUNTRY SECTIONS, The Property of THE DUNEDIN MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. "FREDERICK H. EVANS has been favoured with instructions from the Dunedin Municipal Corporation to offer for sale by Pablic Anction, at his Rooms, Princes street, en Saturday, the 4th June, at 12 o'cJock, FOURTEEN YEARS' LEASES OF THE UNDERMENTIONED TOWN SECTIONS. SECTION 9, BLOCK 1., Maitland street SECTIONS 37, 38, 39, BLOCK 11., Serpentine Avenue SECTIONS 33,34. 35, 36, 37, 38, BLOCK XIII., Stuart street and York place SECTIONS 13, 14,15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, BLOCK X., Arthur and Adam streets SECTIONS land 2 (2 roods,6poles),Reserve, junction Elm row and York place SECTION 9, BLOCK XV., Moray place SECTION 8, BLOCK XX., corner Filleul and Cargill streets SECTIONS 42, 43, BLOCK XXVII., Leith and Clyde streets { SECTIONS 113 50r6 (1 acre, 1 rood, 26 poles), Reserve, junction Regent road and Forth place, SECTIONS 1 to 7, Pound, at junction Regent road and Park street Annual Lease of SECTIONS 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13, BLOCK H., do do. Also, SUBURBAN SECTION 3, BLOCK 1., Lower Harbour west (10 acres, more or les;) And RURAL ALLOTMENTS 2, 3, and 4, BLOCK 1., and ALLOTMENTS 2 and 3, Block 111. North Molyneux District (50 acres, more or less, each), Farther particulars can te ascertained at the officeof the Corporation, or cf the Auctioneer, ' SSmy FREDK. H. EVANS. STOCK, STATIONS, &c. WEDNESDAY, 25th MAY, At 2 o'clock. PRIME FAT CATTLE, DRIVER, MACLEAN, and CO. are favoured with instruction' to sell by auction, at their yards, Kaikoiai, on Wednesday, 25th May, at 2 o'clock, O A head fat cattle v 24my SHEEP STATIONS FOR SALE. npHE undersigned have for sale several First-Class Sheep Stations, partially stocked held under lease from the Crown for terms from thirteen to fifteen year 3. Terms very liberal. DRIVER, MACLEAN, and Co., 10my Dunedin. SATURDAY, 28th MAY, At 12 o'clock sharp. Provincial Sale Yards. TO COACH PROPRIETORS AND OTHERS, TAMES MILNER W has received instructions from John M'Glashan, Esq., to sell by auction, at his yards, on the above date, g 5 head of Mares and Geldings <nnbroken) Consisting of HEAVY DRAUGHT, MEDIUM, LIGHT HARNESS HOSSE3, AND HACKS. They are in excellent condition, young, powerful1 and very well-bred. They will be sold to the highest bidder. J. MILNER, Auctioneer. THURSDAY, 26th MAY, At 11 o'clock. Sale of CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, FARM IMPLEMENTS, kc, &c. At FLAG SWAMP (Three Miles from Waikouaiti). W7 RIGHT, STEPHENSON, and Co. y r have received instructions from Mr C. T. Ick to sell by auction at his F*nn, on Thursday. 26th inst. at 11 o'clock, Q a head of well- bred Cattle, comprising— •2 A real'y.prime fat;bullccks, heavy weights, w * in kts to suit purchasers q pure shot thorn cows and heifers, in calf v or milfe >j qui;t dairy cows, do do 1-j calves o staunch plough horses o do hacks Pljs Poultry, And— General farm implements. gA bags barley (Cheva'ier). Tha Auctioneers, in submitting the above really fins Stock to public competition, beg ro remind intending purchasers, that they are instructed by the proprietor (who is leaving the district), to sell withont tha slightest reserve. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. Terms at sale. 14my WEDNESDAY, 25th MAY, At 2 o'clock. At Mr Mill's Yard, Stafford street. PRIiIE FAT PORKERS AND BACON PIGS, £x Maori. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, and CO. ' have received instructions from Mr James M'L 2 i6h to sell by auction, at Mr Mills's Yard, Stafford Street, on Wednesday, 25th inst., at 2 o'clock, j 180 Prime fat porkers and bacon pigs, jnst j *,-'v lar.dod ex Maori, in splendid con- I dition. 24 m y I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Otago Daily Times, Issue 2588, 24 May 1870

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