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AUCTIONS. rpO-HOBROW, PpUBSBAI, M AEOH 16 TH. 19()9^ AT 11 O'CLOCK. - gAMUEL .pOCHKANE & QJON, T TD. gALB OF -JJBW AND QEOOND-HAND ■jCTURNIT-URE. /CONTEXTS OF 8-ROOMED RESIDENCE FROM PONSONBY:— PIANO, almost new, by Mittag 3-PCE. BEDROOM SUITE, Old Eng. Style BRASS-MTD. BEDSTEADS. Etc. Etc. THE FURNITURE IS IN SFLEND'ID ORDER. K(\(\ LOTS FURNITURE OF EVEitY O\J\J DESCRIPTION. SiAMUEL ./COCHRANE & QON,. T TB ! \J IC' -L* rpO-iIORROW. rpUESDAY, TyrARCH -j C* 1909. 2 O'CLOCK. gAMUEL rtOCHRAXE & OON, T,- TD--2 O'CLOCK. Af\ -yALUABLE AND ' •pNGRAVINGS. The undersigned hare received instructions from a collector, who Is leaving the Dominion, to sell HIS VALUABLE ETCHINGS AJND ENGRAVINGS. 6 Mezzo-tint Etchings, framed, by Earbourn; Claude Torrnlne's Liber Verltatea, Engraver's Proof, dated 1774; 4 Engravings by Rooker, English County Houses, dated 1700; 2 Shukeepcrlnu Engravings, dated 1776; Mortimer Line Engrßvlng, Italian School St. Gregory, dnte 1700; X large Colour I'rlnts, by Silt. Cnl vita, Ccyljn Africa. Abyslnnln, India. Also numbers of other works too numerous to enumerate. Also, OAA VOLUMES VALUABLE BOOKS. O\J\J Complete Set Dickens' Works, Chambers' Encyclopaedia. frn OIL PAINTINGS, by Various Artists. *-"■' NOW ON VIEW. IJIHURSDAY, jyj-ARCH AT OEA -yiEW TTOUSE, TJOTTOM pHURCH-ST., QNEHUNGA AT 11 O'CLOCK. The undersigned have received Instructions frnm MRS. BAKER to Sell by Public Auction, THE WHOLE OF HER FURNISHINGS AND FURNITURE OF 7 ROOMS. TpURNITURE OF QEVEX "DOOMS. Particulars Later Issues. ffAMUEL .pOCIIRANH & fiON, T TD AUCTIONEERS. rpOMORROW, TVOMINION AUCTION TVTART, 107. QCEEN-ST. AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP. Ou account of MR. CO:LLIS, who is giving up housekeeping, THE CONTEXTS OF HIS 9-ROtXME.D HOUSE, To be Sold Without Reserve. Also, ou account of other vendors, At 12 o'clock snarp, Of\(\ LOTS OF NEW AND SECONDOUVJ HAND FURNITURE. 9 LADIES' AND GENT.'S NBW AND SECOND-!!AND BICYCLES. Inspection Invited. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), AT 11 o'clock. T TONES, a . v Auctioneer, Will sell by auction at the Mart, Victoria and Lome sts., PRODUCE. POULTRY, FRUIT, All kinds in Season. Lnrge Supply. J_~JO^ ES . Auctioneer, Grain and Produce Merchant, Victoria and Loruu sts. BOOTS AND SHOES. Y\7E ARE NOW SHOWING OUR AUTUMN AND WINTER RANGE ',„;.." i Of j. ■ . tjp - rpo - rniiE xfoment "POOTWEAE. "THE LATEST IN EVERYTHING, AND CHARACTER IN EVERY PAIR OF THEM." A .T T? ERNANDt:z . 155 TJ PPEB G IM °NDS-ST. Miie ISBN'S JDOOTS. I hold a very line stock of Gentlemcu'e Boots and Shoes, stocklug the Newest and Latest Styles, and make a specialty of BOSTOCK'S Celebrated English FootOOOD VALUE A.ND RELIABLE GOODS. J. E. S ELP MEN'S COMPLETE OUTFITTER, QUEEN-STREET. M 329 Q.O TO g JJONALDSON, KHYBER PASS, NEWMARKET, FOlt BOOTS AND SHOES. MADE TO ORDER AND REPAIRED ON SllOtt'i'lflST NOTICE. WISE MOTHERS Should bring their children to TAYLOR'S for reliable School Boots. No other shop enu olfer such wonderful value. Direct from our factory, Karuucnliapc-i'd. uuU Queeu st. IiUNCKEON AND TEA ROOMS. /GENUINE AMERICAN ICE CREAM. Original nnd Only Manufacturers. STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM. FRUIT SALADS. MESSENGER BROS., Tea and Fruit Luncheon i:oo:u, oi. qi:eex-st. MAIN TRUNK. — When you arrive in Auckland, look up N.Z. Photo Goods Co. lov your Photographic Material. Dark Room for us* of Customers. — N.Z. Photo. Goods Co., next Railway Station. Auckland.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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