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AUCTIONS. MOND'il '-KTiB-XT, AT H O'CLOCK. E A. pERKINS is /"XO. Will (Sell about. * 100 AME ' RICAIN BENTWOOD faHAIRS SO TAiB'LES, various sizes 4 LARGE OVA'LmP'LATIE© MURRORS A ILarge Quantity of good Knfr-es, iForks, and Spoons g Soup, Dinner, and Dessert Pifates jl (About 100 Cups and Saucers 3 Large Quantities of CooMng Utensils j, About 20 Pictures ILlmoleums. Sideboards, Tablecloths, Glass/ware, etc., etc. :S n iNO BBSERY®. .t '• TERMS: CASH BEFORE OBMTiBRT. a E. A. p BRKINS & Qo. AUCTIONEERS. AT JJIS jyj[AßT, CENTRAL MART, VICTORIA and ' LORNE-STS. ij ' i ■ '" " " t. ]y£ ONDIAT ' 22 nd JV£ AECH1 > atonday TWEUVE O'CLOCK PROMPTLY. t I" UNDER BILL' OF SALE \ FOR IMMEDIATB-DIi&POSAIj. '- QOMPLETE "pURNISHINGS OF 4 jg'EVEN "DOOMS TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. gUNDRY FURNITURE, including SIDEBOARD, CHIFFONIER. Ding. Table, Bedsteads and Bedding, Choirs. Curtains, c -GOOD E.P. WARE, Brlc-a-Brac, HY. LINOLEUMS FOR NINE ROOMS. Glass and China, Cutlery, Tools, FULL INVENTORY KITCHEN UTENSILS, 2 j Couches lv Lea., Easy Chairs. FINE LOT ORNAMENTS, Music Canterbury, Hall _ Stand, COMBINATION CHEST, SEWING MACHINE, Lawn Mower, Copper. Mangle, 7-PCE. LEA. SUITE, DING.-ROOM SUITES, OUCH. PAIRS, OVERMANTELS. Wicker Lounges, Meat Safe. KITCHEN TABLES, Kit. Chairs, Good Pictures, Crockery. f Also, c TO CLOSE CABINETM'A.KEH'S PARTNERSHIP O SIDEBOARDS, 1 CHIFFONIER, LG. ,_ M SCOTCH CHEST, 2 DUCH. PAIRS, \ 1 HALLSTAND, 1 DING. TABLE. 2 Meat Safes. 4 KIT. TABLES, 4 Pr. Steps, 16 Dble. and Sgl. W.W. Mattresses, 7* D. BEDSTEADS, 20 KAP. AND FLAXBEDS, . 3 COMB. BEDSTEADS, 1 Cot and Mattress Also, -I COMBINATION BILLIARD AND DING. ~ TABLE, 7ft 61n x 4, complete with 0 Cues, Balls, etc -I BEST ENGLISH Bx4 BILLIARD v X TABLE (New) Slate Bed. Complete Outflt, Best London Maker. ON ACCOUNT OF TRAVELLER. -1 SUPr ENG. PIANO. Full Iron Frame, - 1 - Quite New, Beautiful Case, and Rich Tone, Up-to-date Improvements. O HANDY F.P. SAFES, Copy Press, 2 *-* GOOD TYPEWRITERS. gALE QONTINUE ALL J)AY c —" ' ' THE WHOLE OF GOODS MUST BE CLEARED. TEWIS, Auctioneer, House and Land Salesman, and i, Valuer. JjTRIDAY, TIXARCH r>fi AT 12 O'CLOCK. - 1,500,000 F EET t imbeu JJOKIANGA. ■DOBERT QHARLES /^IARR Has received instructions from the PMINELL BOROUGH COUNCIL, to Sell by c Auction on Friday, 2<jth March, 1009, at his Rooms, Swanson-st., Auckland, at 12 o'clock uoon, ABOUT 1,500.000 FEET OF STANDING AND FALLEN TIMBER (principally Kahikatea, with some Riinu). The timber has been estimated by competent experts to contain the above measurement, and is on Allotments 3, 4, and 5, of the Parnell Borough Endowment, Punakltere, Hokianga County, situated about three miles from Taheke, and FRONTING THE rUNAKITERE RIVER. The Purchaser will be allowed two years from the date of sale to remove the timber. Further particulars may be obtained, and Plnn of the property seen, at niy Office. i. Plan may also be seen at the Office of the "Hoklanga Times," Kohukohu. -pRIDAY, A PRIL O * AT 12 O'CLOCK. s -RESIDENCE a IN /COMMANDING "DOSITION, CR. JERVOIS AND HAMILTON ROADS. - TTOUSE, rr JJOOMS, TERVOIS-RD. f O TJNSURPASSED A LLOTMENTS. ■pOBERT /CHARLES rtAKB Uss received Instructions from Mr R. W. KEALS to Sell by Auction at his Rooms, Swansou-street, Auckland, on Ffiday, 2url April, at 12 o'clock noon, mHAT COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE AND J- ALLOTMENT, U6ft Tin by 177 ft 91u, on Jervois-road. at the Corner of Hamiltonmad (opposite the Bowling Green). Very suitable for a PHYSICIAN, NURSING HOME, or BUSINESS SITE, standing in a COMMANDING POSITION. HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS, on Allotment 52ft frontage to Jervois-rd. 1 O UNSURPASSED ALLOTMENTS, frontIt> lug Jervois and Hamilton rds.. one c i acre in extent, with a view of the Auckland Harbour. 3 Ground Plan of the Residence cau be seen - and Plans o£ the Property and Cards to , riew may be obtained from the Auctioneer.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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