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AUOTIOKS. (■"THURSDAY, IOTH "jyTAB., 1909. "at qea "yiEW -g-ousE, BOTTOM OF CHURCH-ST., ONEHUNGA. AT -J -1 O'CLOCK: The undersigned have received instructions from Mrs Baker, who is leaving the Dominion, to sell her Furnituie by auction. "PURNITURE OF SEVEN ROOMS. Carpet Square, Rattan Suite, Occ. Chairs and Tables Whatnot, Mirror, Ornaments, Fender and Brasses, Hearth Rugs, Mohair Slips Uph. Chairs, Curtains, Blinds, Linoleums Dining Table, Chairs. Sideboard, Cutlery, Crockery, Pictures, Overmantel Brass M. Bedsteads, S. and D. Wire Stretchers, Mattresses, Bedding, Comb. Chests Toilet Ware, Duchess Pairs, Scotch Chests | Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools, etc. CJAMUEL ,r"pCHRANE & QJON, TTD. Auctioneers. igATURDAY, M ARCII 2 (), 1909. jOAMUED /-"pCHRANE & ,^; 0N > T- TD - A T D OMIXIOX B?" | OPPOSITE DR. PORTER'S RESIDENCE. AT TWO O'CUOCK. THE WHOLE OF MR C. E. JONES' CABINETMAKER'S STOCK. The undersigned have received instructions from MR C. E. JONES, to sell by public I auction, HIS CABINETMAKER'S STOCK, HANDSOME 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE, Carved Wardrobes, Lg. Bow Front I Sideboards, Duchess Pairs, Comb. Chests, I Hall Stands, Chest of Drawers, Tables, Chairs, Heavy Brass M. Bedsteads, Wire Mattresses, Kapok and Flax Bedding. Hearth Rugs, Toilet Sets. Mr Jones' work is well known, as he always turns out a superior article. I A RARE CHANCE TO SECURE GOOD FURNITURE AT YOUR OWN PRICE. OAMUEL poCHEA.NE & QON, X TD. [ ryEDNESDAY, jl/TARCH Ol At 2.30 p.m. /""kRAKEI-X>D., "EjIREEHOLD XpSTATE, j ■jDEMUERA. T M ANDEXO JACKSON, Will sell by public auction at their Mart, Customs-st. E., - "piIGHT "A/TAGNIFICENT "DUILDLNG SECTIONS, AND rpwo TTOUSES. This property has been roaded and subdivided, and will be offered by public auc-1 tion as above. T>OSITION: Right hand side of QRAKEI - -RD., ; close to electric car line. SECTIONS slope to E. and N.E., and are entirely sheltered from cold winds. . Many command hue water views. gOIL is the very best loam and volcanic. AND AS have been laid in the new streets. ■gESIDENCE pACING QRAKEI-RD., 7 rooms and offices, up-to-date in every respect, aud eohimauding splendid view of harbour; built 2 yeaw ago, and Messrs Golds bro and Wade, Architects; materia! and everything the very best. Five fireplaces; dining room 2-lft by 15, with large bay window tiled hearth, etc.: drawing room 10 x in, bay window and 3 casements to verandah, carved mantel, tiled health etc , Best Bedroom, 15.6 by 12.6, with ' large : square bay window. Gas, hot and cold 'water service; Orion range, high pressure boiler, store room, dairy, stable, coachhouse, and necessary outbuildings. -pp.LF-AN-^CRE. or greater area can be had with the house. QOTTAGE -pACING QXFORD - OT., recently papered and painted- five rooms, Orion range. Good water view. ■JIERMS ARE "gASY. SECTIONS 10 per cent cash, 10 per cent " in Four months, 13 l-3rd in Twelve months, balance in 3 years from date of sale. TTOUSES, as per arrangement. rpiTLE, Land Transfer. "pLANS on application. "TUIE Estate is QLOSE rpo -J-HE QAR T INE, on sea slope, entirely sheltered from cold winds, and soii Is of the very best. "VTOTE. This is i-N ABSOLUTELY IJ\HE J AST "DLOCK with these advantages, available for subdivision In Remueia. The Auctioneers can conscientiously- recommend this property to the public either as an investment, or for occupation. PROPERTY IS FLAGGED. gMITH AND JJALCOMBE, AT THEIR MART, VICTORIA-ST. EAST ■JHURSDAY _ Ig TH _ rpHURSDAY, AT 1 P.M. SHARP The undersigned have been favoured with instructions from the owner °o Sell by Public Auction as above y T H '%^?£F=? F 5 IS " B >ARY. ABOUT ■ ftft V( ->LS., of all descriptions- In splendid condition. Now on view at'oir No Reserve. Terms Cash. gMITH AND JJALCOMBE AUCTIONEERS 'Phone 2252. VICTORIA-ST. E. THE HAYMARKET. -pRIDAY, jy-ARCH IQTH, A.t 12 Noon. _ The undersigned will sell as above, U UNBROKEN HEAVY AND MEDIUM DRAUGHT AND FILLIES, 3 to 5 years old, from Raupo. ALFRED BUCKLAND ANTD SONS. gATURDAY 2.30 AT OTAHUHU. ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. (M0 FT SAWN TIMBfcB, KAURI, I OeJ,UUU and RIMU, as it lies ou the' Wharf, Otahuhu. As the above will be SOLD in lots to suit, purchasers, WITHOUT RESERVE, FARM-1 ERS and others interested should' make a specyil point of ATTENDING THE SALE. TERMS, CASH. ■RICHARD A RTHUR AND pO. THOS. B. ARTHUR, Auctioneer. I

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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