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Auctions. FRIDAY, Ist AUGUST. STAFFORD. STREET WHOLESALE i FURNI TURE WA REIIO USE. The large Iron Store above the Union Ilottl and adjoining the Stores of Messrs. J. C. Campbell and Co. EXTEXSrVE .SALE OF VALUABLE iv.WLTSII AND SCOTCH HOUSEHOLD FUttSITURE, Ex Blach Swan, from London, mid Young America, from Glusgou\ To Far nit ure Dealers, Hold keepers, Honteholden and Gentlemen furnishing. RB. MARTIN & CO. are instructed by Messrs. . Dnlgety, Rattray and Co., to sell by auction, at their Wholesale Warehouse, in Stafford-street, on the Ist August, at one o'clock, To close ROonsigumentu, Messrs. Wylie and Lochhead'h FURNITURE. Ek Young America. SOFAS— Mahogany hair-seate~d Cane seated Spindle-back, with cane seats Ilair-seatod, with spindle backs CHAIRS Hair cloth ea«y chairs Hair-seated mahogany dining Smoking chairs, covered with Moroco Do do. Leal her cloth Cane seated hirch Cane-seated niniiogany Kitchen (all wood). SIDE BOARDS— Mahogany, very superior. LOO TABLES— Mahogany, very superior. LADIES WORK TABLES— Rosewood. , Wai mi fc. LOOKING GLASSES— Mahogany, circular, diii'erent sizes. Do. square Do. hanging glares. COMMODES— Mahogany. WARDROBKSMaho^any (complete) WASIISTANDS— Japanned iron. HEDRTHADS— lion 1101-5O hair. Silver ami Oo.'h Manufacture. Ex Black Swan, fiuia London. CHAIRS— Ficncli puliihu'l imitation lmihogany cone seats Do. do. birch do. I)<j. do. rosewood do. Do. do. mahogany do. sweep backs Do. do. birch do. do. Do. do. ru'ewooJ do. do. Do. do. -walnut do. do. Do. colhp-.iii!j. with cane backs and seats Do. Wellington, birch do. Belfast, in Morroco birch ]->o. do. teak COUCHES— Fiench polished birch, with cane backs Do. „ Canterbury sliding Do. „ OLatro „ Do. mahogany, Otago „ Mahogany in hair cloth Knife trays, mahogany Mats "Wood canisters, nests Shoe brushes, dozen's Hassocks Bedstead", japanned tent and French Washstands, French polished mahogany half circular, with marble tops Do, mahogany Drei«ingin« tables, do. mahogany Looking glasses Commodes, French polished biich, with paVnt apjiaiatus. Games and to\s as per invoice. Notk. — Catalogues in picpaiatiou, and tho furniture will be on view previous to Pale. SALE OF CATTLE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Calderven, West Clutha, (threo miles from "WaiTern Accommodation House, and two miles south of Albert Cape), in the first or second week of September. 1 KA OR MORE, HEAD OF CATTLE. Comprising Dairy Cows and Heifers, above 12 months old, and only a few young steers. The cows are so well known to be quiet, good milkers, as to require no commendation. They are all young; tinoldest being about S years old, and are the stock of what is allowed to be the laigcst dairy in the Province. The young lteiitTai are quiet, and require no breaking in, having been all hand fed. The proprietor has never sold a milk cow , and pledger, hints-elf not to do so till the day of sale, that the public may have a fair chance in bidding for them. The above will be all sold except two or three cows for family use, as the proprietor is retiring. Also, To be sold a few COWS, not broken in. For further particulais, and day ot sale, see future advertisement I.1 '. The attention of the public is particularly directed to the above advertisement, as such an opportunity of obtaining so many really quiet, good milk cows, has never before occiured in the Province, and may not again occur for jears. ALEXANDER M'NIEL. ELECTION NOTICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF BRUCE. IN Pursuance of the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand, intituled, " The Regulation of Elections Act, 1858." I, John Gillies, Returning Ollicer for the Elecfoial District of Bruce, do hereby y\e notice that, by virtue of a writ bearing date the twelfth day of July, 18(52, issued under the hand of His Excellency the Governor of New Zealand, an Election will be held for the return of a qualified person to seive as a Member of the llpuse of Representatives for the said Electoral District, and that the nomination of candidates will take place at the Couit-house, Dunedin, on Monday, the 23th day of July, isiG'J, at Twelve o'clock noon, and that the poll (if necessary) will be taken on Thursday, the 31st day of July, 18'd2, between the hours of 9 tfm. and 4 p.m. Dated this 18th day of July, 18G2. JOHN GILLIES, Returning Officer. The following places are polling-places for the Electoral District of Bruce :—: — The Court-house, Dunedin (principal) The Schooihouse, East Taiui The Schoolhouse, Tokomairiro The tichoolhou&e, Waicpa. JOHN GILLIES, Returning Ollicer. Dated the 18th day of July, 18u2. mo CONTRACTORS.— Tenders will be received X Ly the Town Board of Dunedin, on or before Monday, July 28th inst., for the construction of a Wood Pavement, opposite Athenaeum, in Mnusestieet. Specification may be seen at Tovrn Board Office. CHAS. REID, Clerk to the Board. MANURE DEPOT.— Oilers will be received by the Town Board of Dunedin, from owners of property in (Juver.iham and North East Valley Districts, who may he willing to provide a Depot for s Town Manure for .1 period of not less than 12 months. 1- Applications, by letter, stating terms, and the dis- *» tauco of propo-ed' depot from the Post-office, Dune- '- din, to he lodged with the Clerk, on or before Mon>r day, July 23th, instant. t- CHAS. REID, Clerk to the Board. SEEDS. — A very superior assortment of Vegetable and Flower Seeds may be obtained by applying ( | at Mrs. Douglas', PeKeiiet Bay, near the Jutty. t Orders from the country, or by post, will he punc- .[ tually attend id to. 3- — — IF this should meet the Eye of Jamra Neil, that came out Baker for the Commodore Perry, please write immediately to your Uncle, John Neil, Baker, Quartz Reef, Pleasant Creek, Victoria Pleasant Creek, June 30th, 1802,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Otago Witness, Issue 555, 19 July 1862

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