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— Of — | SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. ! On '■-_ '"'/■'■•'-'■;' ' THURSDAY, MAY ' Bth,: 1919. DAVID FRIEDLANDER -has received instructions from' Hugo Friedlander, Esq., who has sold his Property, to hold a Complete 'Clearing Sale- of. all his SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, on the above date, at his residence, ''■'■ BURNETT. STREET. .'EAS.T, Comprising— SITTING ROOM—Haake IPiano.- Cabinet, Settee and Two Easy Chairs to match, Book Case, Curtains, Fender and Fire Irons, Ornaments, Pictures, etc. DINING ROOM—Large Sideboard (3 Mirrors), 7-Piece Dining Room Suite in Utrech Velvet, Billiard Table, Large Glass-front Book Case, Oarpets, Curtains, Fire-irons, Pictures, Ornaments, Card Table, 4-Fold.Jap-anese Screen, Clock, etc. BREAKFAST ROOM—Beautiful Oak -Sideboard, Round Extension Table, 4 High Back Chairs, Easy Chair, Mahogany Desk, Carpets, Pictures, Fire irons, Ornaments, etc. BEDROOMS—The contents of Three Large Bedrooms,,, including Single and Double Iron and Wooden Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Dressing Tables, Washstands and Ware, Carpets for all rooms, Rugs, Curtains^ Sofa, Tables ' a_4 Cltairs, Fenders and Fire Irona t Pictures, Ornaments, Etc., etc.

.HALL—Carpets, ' Hall Tables and Chairs, Wardrobes, Hangings, • Pictures, etc. *

KITCHEN—Large Kitchen Table, Chairs, .Fender and Irons, all descriptions of Kitchen Utensils, Ice Chest, etc., etc. j SUNDRIES—TIie numerous Sundries include Jars and Jam Jars, Glass and Chinaware, 3 Meat Safes, Baskets, Mangle, 3 Lawn Blowers, Roller, Wheelbarrow, 1 19-ft. Ladder, 1 10-ft. Ladder, Step Ladder, Spray Pump, Planet Junr., 1 Horse Grubber, Dust Bins, Lengths of' Garden! Hoses, Garden Frames, Chicken] Houses, Wire Netting (in perfect order), "Wood and Timber, Quantity of Lime, 3 Glass «, Propagating Frames, Bee Boxes, Flower Pots, etc.,." etc., and other lots too numerous to.' particularise. SALE ATI p.m. DAVID FRIEDLANDEK. "■■"'. Auctioneer.

IMPORTANT LAND SALE. 101T ACRES AT EALING. To Be Offered For ABSOLUTE SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, on SATURDAY, l&th MAY, 1919. DAVID FRIEDLANDER has been instructed* by Mr J. H. B. OLIVER, to Sell by Auction on the above date, at. his WEST STREET MART, ..-■ ■ His Farm, situated 3J- miles from the Ealing Railway Station, and • 'containing 1017 Acres good, sweet sheep country. The Property is divided into 13 paddocks, all well, watered. Fences are substantial and all in good order. . Buildings comprise a good fourroomed House, 5-Stali Stable, Chaff and Implement Sheds, and. good Sheep Yards. 255 Acres newly sown down. 222 Acres sown down last year. Balance in 2 and 3-year-old pasture The property lias: been carefully worked by the present owner, and is in : excellent heart. It is an ideal fattening farm, and one which should attract the attention of buyers of this class of country. TERMS;—S Per Cent, on Deposit. 10 Per Cent.' on >&sse.ssion. 5 Per Cent:: in.l2'-nidntu3J Balance in three years. SALE AT 2 p.m. - DAVID FRIEDLANDER, . 4 436 Auctioneer. CLEARING SALE.AT EALING. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21. DAVID, FRIEDLANDER has been favoured with instructions from Mr J. H. B. OLIVER, to hold a COMPLETE*' CLEARING SALE of the Whole of the LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, on the Property. on the above date, comprising:— SHEEP— ,„■-,- ---500 2-tooth 3-bred Ewes, 13 E.L. Earns put out 14th April 250 Fat and Forward Ewes •HORSES— 8. Draught Horses 2 Hacks CATTLE-- . .3 Milk Cows, in profit 1" Springer,- due-to calve shortly '2 Calves IMPLEMENTS— 1 McCormick Reaper and Binder, 1 Massey-Harris Reaper and Binder, Duncan Drill with grass seed, Harrows, Roller,, Ransome Cultivator, Disc Harrows, Dray and Frame, Spring Dray., Set 5-leaf True Harrows, I>.Y. Plough (Reid and Gray), Trees and Chains, Harness and Covers, Netting. Stakes, and Sundries. SALE AT 12 NOON. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. DAVID FRIEDLANDER, ;'4 445-. : Auctioneer. '"

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919