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AUCTIONS. gITCBDAX, 20? lm C<jAMUKL & CJ-ON, T TDi. j AT T?D., OPPOSITE »R. PORTER'S RESIDENCE. • AT TWO O'CLiOCK. THE WHOLE OF , M 8" 0. E. J OKES " QABINETMAKER'S DTOCK. The undersigned have received instructions from MR C. E. JONES, to sell by public HIS CABINETMAKER'S STOCK, HANDSOME 3-PIECE BEDKOOM SUITE, Carved Wardrobes, Lg. Bow Front Sideboards, Duchess Pairs. Comb. Chests, Hall Stands, Chest of Drawers, Tables, Chairs, Heavy Brass M. Bedsteads, Wire Slnttresses, Knpok and Flax Bedding. Hearth Rugs, Toilet Sets. Fenders and Brasses, Chairs, Carpet Square, 7pce. LEATHER SUITE. Mr Jones' work Is well known, as he always turns out a superior article. A RARE CHANCE TO SECURE GOOD FURNITURE AT YOUR OWN PRICE. gAMUEL QOCHRANE & QON, T TD. rpo ■JO'ORTHCOTE "DESIDENTS. T OUIS T EWIS AT "VTORTUCOTE. AT PRINCES-STREET, NORTIICOTE (At Back Northcote Hallj. rpO-MORROW. SATURDAY— -\,T AR. Oft— SATURDAY AT TWO O'CLOCK. The undersigned has been instructed by Mr G. TENFOLD, who Is leaving the district, to Sell by Auction, on Saturday, 2oth inst., THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, as under: — LG. SIDEBOARD with Mirror. GREEN VELVKT LOLNGK, '1 LG. GHKEN VELVET KASY CHAIRS, Roeklus Chair, OCC. TABLE, ift I 2fl Ulu. OFFICE TABLE, New Cabinet, 7 Lg. Pictures, Brtea-Brac, WiriTH KNAMKLLED OVERMANTEL, Brass Fenders and Brasses, Uea. Rugs, Good LINOLEUMS. Hat Rack, Curtains, Hall Carpet and Lino, Mats, Framed Mirror Occ. Table, oft x Bft 61n DING. TABLE and Cover, Child's Cot, CANADIAN CHAIRS, Kitchen Chairs, Bedsteads, W.W. Mattresses and Bedding, Good DITH. PAIR, SET WARE, LEATHER COUCH, Dinner and Tea Set, Cutlery, Glass and China, Crockery, E.P. Ware, Cane Chairs, etc. Also, GEN. KITCHEN UTENSILS, Tables, Chairs, Meat Safe, Clo Horse, Tools, and GEN. HOUSEHOLD SUNDRIES. Also, NEW PERAMBULATOR. good mandoh.n a.m> banjo. SALE ATNORTHCOTK, SATURDAY, 20th MARCH, AT 2 P.M. T OUIS T EWIS, Auctioneer, House and Business Salesman and Va.uirj. -yrONDAY ATEXT, TVTARCH OO AT 11 O'CLOCK. HOUSEHOLD "T7IURNITURE AND -T "PFFECTS. NO RESERVE. XU /CARPENTER A RTHUR, will Sell by Auction at bis Mart, City .Market Monday Next, at 11 o'clock, C. ARTHUR. Auctioneer. -pRIDAY, IyTARCH OfiTH, AT 2 O'CLOCK. \rOKETON-ST., OFF COOK-ST., /"IITY y.NUG /"COTTAGE AND EJECTION. rp -jyrANDENO JACKSON, instructed by the owner, will Sell by Tubllc Auction at their Rooms, Customs-st. E., ou the above date, — rpiIAT EXCEEDINGLY SNUG COTTAGE -1- of 4 rooms, with iron roof; wash-house, etc.; water laid on; city drainage. THE SECTION has a frontage of 2fift 6in by a depth of 97ft, and is well fenced. Now let at 10/ per week. The Property is Flagged. TITARCH O1 AT 11 A.il. HARES!.' C2HABES.'! NEW SYLVIA GOLD MINING CO.. LTD. gALE OR TJESERVE QHARBS. The undersigned will Sell by Public Auction ai their Rooms, Customs-st. E., ou the nbovp flute, 01-() SHARES IX THE NEW SYLVIA OlOw GOLD MINING CO.. LTD.. being the balance reniainiuß uuapplied for or unissued of the recent Issue of shares. The upset price at which the said Shares are offered is 1/2 per share. rp -VJANDENO JACKSON Auctioneers, etc., Customs-s't. E.. Auckland. "DULBS. BULBS. BULBS. 1 A AHA CHOICE VARIETIES OF I\),\J\J\J ASSORTED BULBS FOR SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE, ON APRIL 7th, AT 12.10 P.M. W4.ITEMATA FRUITGROWERS' CO-OP. SOCIETY, MALL OF COMMERCE, HIGHST. 3. B. TONAR. Auctioneer. LUNCHEON AND TEA ROOMS. DON'T forget to call ou Sunday at the Esplanade Tea Rooms (next to Hotel), Devonport for Afternoon Tea. Gd. Home made Cakes and Scones. 9^ HE LOTOS LUNCHEON H*ND TEA BOOMS. Partridge's New Building*, Queen-st. (first floor). Cold Lunch, Strawberries and Cream, Ice Cream, Morning and Afternoon Tea. Rooms delightfully cool. pENUINE AMERICAN ICE CREAM. Original and Only Manufacturers. STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM. FRUIT SALADS. MESSENGER BROS., Tea and Fruit Luncheon Room, 61, QUEEN-ST. INSURANCE. YEW rjfEALAND TNSUBANCE /COMPANY, T IMITED. FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT, GUARANTEE, PLATE GLASS, BURGLARY, LIVE STOCK. CAPITAL £1,500,000 PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE, AND BE-INSURANCE FUND £69Q,000 CLAIMS MET WITH PROMPTITUDE ] AND LIBERALITY. Fire and Marine Branch: G. S. PIERCE, Manager. Accident Branch: HA. MARRINER, Manager. "VTOW LANDING—74 Chests Tippy Leaf I Faunings, direct from the Ceylon Tea hardens.—Jot-i ir;arle and Co., Tea Import- ■ ers, Queeu-st. 77 WISE MOTHERS Should bring their children to TAYLOR'S lor reliable School Boots. No other 6hop can offer such wonderful ralue. Direct from our factory, Karancahape-rd. and Queen-st. YOOlt Mends nill be delltfhted to get a copy of the "Illustrated Guide to Auckland," at the "Star -, Office ana All Stutlotttn. rrir» 2/.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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