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AUCTIONS. mO-MORROW, I ' 10 O'CLOCK. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF ,-ft,TESSRS (SWINBURNE "DEOS., f CABINETMAKERS. I By Order of E. GERARD, Esq., I Official Assignee. mHE PLANT AND STOCK-IN-TRADE A trill be sold at our Booms, City Market, consisting of— jjig Saw, Circular Saw. Benches J Kapok Machine, Clamps 400 Yards Hessian, Large- Assortment of Handles, Hooks, Turns, Castors, etc. Also, I6ooft Bewarewa Timber 11 O"CLOCK mHE BALANCE OF THEIB STOCK OF -*- FCRNITUBE, removed from the Factory, consisting of— OAK DINING CHAIRS CHESTERFIELD COUCH, B.W. Chairs, Easy Chairs OVERMANTEL, JARDINIERES, Brass Fender, D.I. Bedsteads, W.W. Mattresses, Kapok Pillows, Slip Mats 1 DUCHESS PAIRS, Linoleums DECK CHAIRS, Carpet Chairs 'ft- ; - ■ Also, |On Account of Miss Currle, who is leaving Auckland. THE WHOLE OF HER HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. 11. SOLID OAK DINING TABLE, 1 M.K. ] - and Biniu SIDEBOARD 1 Large Sideboard, with Mirror Back j Bamboo Cosy Corner I Superior RATTAN CHAIRS, Leather and other ARM CHAIRb, Lea. COUCH, B.W. Chairs, Tables, Carpets, Linoleum HANDSOME M.K. CHEST DRAWERS Toilet- aud Combination CHESTS , Bedsteads, etc. 2 LAWN MOWERS, 1 MANGLE Kitchen Safe, Dresser, Lot Pot Plants 4 Register Grates, 3 Mantelpieces, etc. "OICHAKD ARTHUR AND /"10. . THOS. B. ARi'HUR, Auctioneer. rpHE -JpjTAYMARKET. "~~" mO-MORROW, AT 10 A.M. UNDER BILL OF SALE. pLANTT, etc., OF BENJAMIN AND LO., A- Carriers and Forwarding Agents. The undersigned have received instructions to sell, as above, ]_2 HORSES TIP DRAY 7 SPRING CARTS 3 LORRIES WAGGON AND CART HARNESS CART COVERS BARROW STABLE REQUISITES, etc. ALFRED BTJCKLAmi AND SONE Auctioneers. JpRIDAY, jJjTAHCH ng 190£ AT 12 NOON SHARP. QHARMING TJESIDENCE, 9 ROOMS AND 1 ACRE, NEAR CHELTENHAM BEACH, DEVONPORT. A/TR T fTVHORNES Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale Rooms, 83, Queen-street, "TiEVONPORT— That CHOICE PROPER- -' L Tl at the corner of Tainni-road and Lovers' Walk, with extensive frontages to both streets and to Rata-road, comprising about 1 Acre of Land; tastefully laid out ln flower and vegetable garden, lawns and orchard. Together with good Family Residence of 9 rooms and offices, all on one floor, with wide verandah on two sides. The Residence is built of picked timber, with 13ft studs. Inspection is Invited by builders. The Land is exceptionally well situated, being close to Cheltenham Beach, all level, and will subdivide well, as it fronts 3 roads. N. 8.—£850 can remain on mortgage at 5 per cent. Cards to view and all particulars of the Auctioneer. J rpHORNES, 83, QUEEN-STREET. tyyEDNESDAY, jyTARCH 91 At 2.30 p.m. QBAKEI-TJD., "pREEHOLD TESTATE, TJEMUERA. T jV}" ANDEKO JACKSON, Will sell by public auction at their Mart, Customs-st. E., ■pORTY - TgIGHT *j\TAGNIFICENT •jDUILDLNG SECTIONS, AND mWO TTOUSES. This property has been roaded and subdivided, and will be offered by public auction as above. POSITION: Right hand side of QRAKEI - T>D., close to electric car line. EJECTIONS slope to E. and N.E., and are KJ entirely sheltered from cold winds. Many command tine water views. OOIL is the very best loam and volcanic AND /""lAS have been laid in the new streets. ■p-ACI-NG QHAKEI-BD., 7 rooms and offices, up-to-date in every respect, and commanding splendid view of harbour; built 2 years ago, and Messrs Uoldsbro' aud Wade, Architects; materia! aud everything the very best. Five fireplaces; mnlng room 24ft by 15, with- large bay window, tiled hearth, etc.; drawing room 19 x 15, bay window and 3 casements to verandah, carved mantel, tiled hearth, etc. Best Bedroom, 18.6 by 12.6, with large square bay window. Gas, hot and cold water sen-ice; Orion range, high pressure boiler," store room, dairy, stable, coachhouse, and necessany outbuildings. TTALF-AX- A CRE. or greater area can be had with the house. COTTAGE TRACING QXFOED - OT,, recently papered and painted; five rooms, Orion range. Good water view. JJ-.ERMS ARE "C]ASY. 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. rp.ITLE, Land Transfer. "OLANS on application. mHE Estate is /-ILOSE mO mHE (-<AR T INE, on sea 6lope, entirely sheltered from cold winds, aud soil is of the very best. This is ■*■! ABSOLUTELY milE T AST "DLOCK with these advantages, available for subdivision iv Rumueia. The Auctioneers «• conscientiously recommend tV re -is th.- public, either as an Inv-w jc... or for occupation. PROPERTY IS FLAGGED.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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