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AUCTIONS. T BWIS AT -VTO. g YTfALLACE OTEEET. WALLACE-ST. PONSONBY, CLOSE PONSONBY BAR3J. College Hill Cars to Wallace-st. mo-MORROW, -•- I At Half-past 11 o'clock. The undersigned has been instructed by MRS L. C. SPARROW, who is giving Tip housekeeping, to sell by Auction on above date at 11.30 o'clock, THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, ALMOST NEW WALNUT PIANO, by Woods, London, full irou frame, check action, mellow tone, spleudld instrument; only six months in use: Plush Piano Seat; Pictures, Organ in good order. REAL SHERATON GLASS AND CHINA, Cabinet, inlaid. Real Sheraton Escritoire, with bow front, Sheraton Tea Table, nicely inlaid, Sheraton Occ. and Lounge Chairs, in best tapestry, choice Bric-a-Brac, Tall Pedestal and Jardiniere. Corner Chair, in Rosewood, 12 x 10ft 6in BEST PILE CARPET, Mohair Rugs, B. Brass Fenders, Coal Boxes, Sets Brasses, Bro. Linen Blinds, Lace and Other Curtaius, E.P. Ware, Glass and China, Cutlery, Wall Panels, COMBINATION BILLIARD AND .DINING TABLE, with Solid Cedar Bed and Complete Accessories, size 7ft flfflx 4ft, in most excellent order; 6 Tiffin Din,ing Chairs, Hair Cloth Runner, 1 Large Dining Table, Handy Rep. Settee, 3 Willow Lounges, Cor. Glass Cabinet, Chiffonier. Glass Fire Screen. Art Curtains and Pole*- Ru""s Rattan Table and Diuingroom Requisites, Hall Stand and Chairs, Cantonese Rugs, Table, Lino., Mats, Wall Orts.. etc. BEDROOMS—Handsome Queen Anne Duch. Pair, with Marble Top; Chairs, 2 Hy. Blk. and Brass Double Bedsteads, Best W.W. Mattresses and Bedding, Fea. lied, 2 Combinations, Carpet Squares, Linoleum, Beale Treaule Sewing Machine. Pictures, Toilet Sets, Curtains and Fittings, etc. Also, GEN. KIT. UTENSILS, Kitchen Table, A.B. Chairs, Gas GriHer, Wringer, Dank Lawn Mower. Steps, Tubs, Tools, Bassinet, Aluminium Cooking Utensils. Crockery and Glassware, and Gen. Houeehold Sundries. Trams to Wallace-st.. Heme Bay Line JOUIS T EWIS, Auctioneer, House and Land Salesman and Valuer. T OUIS T EWIS AT TDONSONBY. xj _i_j £-j> x. "JJOSTRAVOR," TJUSSELL DT. 4th House on Right, I»ussell-st., opp. AU Saints' Churehj VX/-EDNE&DAY i M AECH 17, AT 12 O'CLOCK PROMPTLY. ' The undersigned has been Instructed by I MRS YELLS (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction on above date, rpHE NEW HOUSEHOLD FURNISH- -*- INGS, including— HANDSOME NEW WALNUT PIANO, by "Beale"; SPECIAL EXHIBITION BOUDOIR Grande,' the Beale Patent, full Iron Frame, rich tone, cost Togs, SPECIALLY IMPORTED TO SYDNEY AND QUITE NEW; Piano Stool, PICTURES, Bey. BU Chiffonier. BRO. LEA. COUCH, HANDSOME RATTAN CHAIRS, Easy Chair, Cantonese Matting, Tea Table, Bric-a-Brac, Glass and China, Serge and Lace Curtains BEVEL. WALL MIRROR, OVERMANTEL, E.P. WARE, Sft EXTENSION DINING IABLE, Cutlery, B.M. Fenders and vice. Mohair Ilea, and Other Rugs, 'what LOt. HOUSE LINEN AND TABLEWARE, Blankets. Sheets, etc.. Bamboo Hall Stand. Hall Chairs, pot Stand, Pictures Lino and Runner. Liu. Blinds, Portieres. BEDROOMS— Well Made Totara Wardrobe. Mirror Door; Sup COMB DfCH PAIR TO MATCH. 1 Queen Anne Pair.' Combination and W. Stand, Set Good Ware, 2 Lg. Hy. BRASS and BLK. BEDSI'EADS, 2 Hy. Bedroom Carpets, 1 2iin P.lll. B.M. Bed, W.W. Mattresses New Kapok Beds, -J Comb. Sgl. Bedsteads and Bedding, LINEN, Lino, and Mats Curtains, Rugs. NEW WERTHEIM TREADLE SEWING MACHINE (guaranteed). Occ. Tables, Chnlrs, and Bedroom Aupointnieuts KITCHEN TABLES and CHAIRS, Gen. Kit Utensils, Gas Ring, Boiler. Crockery, Glassware, AMERICAN WASHING MACHINE, Tools, and Gen. Household Requisites T OUIS J EWIS, Auctioneer, House and Business Snlesman and Valuer. Q.REAT A UCTION DALE. ESTATE, Q.REY J^IXN. rpO-JIORROW, AT 12 NOON (SHARP). ,Q.EO. DAYEBS, PROPERTY AUCTIONEER, DURHAM-ST. EAST, INSTRUCTED BY MESSRS McKENZIE AND BUCKLEY, LAND AGENTS, KARANGAHAPE-RD., Will sell by public auction, at hi 3 Land Sale Rooms, Q.REY J\YNN, Comprising A() BEAUTIFUL LEVEL SECTIONS, well elevated. All main road frontages. Splendid land and sea views, all drained. Roads 90ft wide. Healthy district ±<ew minutes from present tram terminus. (Pioposed new tram service will be within t^A n^r Of the Eatut e)- LAND TUAN.S----r it. ix J. ITLE. ■ia7 he lo y re^ erre of £2 5/ Per foot and £2 10/ per foot has been fixed, s 0 as to ensure NorV^d O V e^ed UCt £e would specially draw the attention of Builders, Speculators and others to these Allotments. We consider this an exceptional opportunity to secure a Cheap Bunding Terms: £10 deposit. £10 In 6 months, £10 in 12 months, balance in 3 years at 5 per cent from date of deposit, with right to pay off (at any time) sums of not less than £5. Frontages, loft x 13!ift. Plans and further particulars can be obtained from MESSRS. McKKNZIE AND BU'L'KLEY. 'JS, Karangaliape-rd., or the Auctioneer. ,Q.EO. CJAYERS, DUBHAM-STREET EAST. NOTE DATE OF SALE—TUESDAY, MARCH 16th. GL O s m ° N D mO-JIOKBOW, At 12 Noon. Opposite All Saints' Church. "yALUABLIi TjmEEHOLD. SPLENDID VIEWS. A MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY, BEING PART OF ALLOTMENT 19, SECTION S, SUBURBS OF AUCKLAND. rpjJE RESIDENCE almost new, contains, -*- 8 large, lofty rooms, replete with modern conveniences, built on bnck foundation and with best healt of kauri timber. 'The household fixtures, mantelpieces, grates, hearths, gas chandeliers, are of recent design. The grounds aie tascefuLy laid out in lawes, garden, orchard, and carriage drive, summer house, etc. Frontage to Ponsonby-rd., 86ft by 190 ft In deptu, also full use of loft right-of-way at side of property. This property is eminently suited for doctor or gentleman requiring a charming home. A RDMORE-RD., T}ONSONBY. CLOSE TO TRAM CARS. A CHARMING LITTLE RESIDENCE of -"- 0 rooms and ollices, wasnhouse with nxed tubs, all built of heart of kauri; Allotment 40 x 112, being Lot 29, Block 2, Jervois Estate, prettily laid out in garden. MUST BE SOLD. G. B. O s MN ° D ' Auctioneer, 139, Queens;, rp LIU USD AY TJEST, O'CLOCK. PRODERT'S BUILDINGS, GIJEAT NORTH ROAD (CLOSE TO RKSE.R V01R). ON ACCOUNT OF MISS PRENTICE. Who is giving up Business. THE WHOLE OF HER STOCK OF MILLINERY AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. 1 Treadle D.H. Sewing Machine, equal to new; 1 Glass Counter Case, Heavy Linoleum and Sundry Furniture. NO RESERVE. ....'- £. ARTHUR* Auctioneer.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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