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I AUCTIONS. IJ* OUIS T EWIS AT JJIS TIJART, VICTORIA AND LORNE STS. TO-MORROW, ■"""""t-'-EDNESDAY. TX^EDNESDAY—"TVTARCH OA — AT 12 O'CLOCK. 1 TANN FIREPROOF SAFE 1 DIS FIREPROOF SAFE, 27 years with Tann 3 EMPIRE FIREPROOF SAFES 4 Titan Safes 1 Lord Fireproof Safe 1 Copy Press 2 Superior Typewriters 3 Oak Cutler and Office Tables 1 7ft Gin x 3ft lOin COMBINATION DINING AND BILLIARD TABLE 1 NEW WALNUT PIANO, Iron Frame 3 S.H. PIANOS Also, MANGLES, WRINGERS, COPPERS, LAWN .MOWERS, Chairs, Ding Tables, Meat Safes, Lea. Ding. Suites, Lea. Couches, Dble. and Sgl. Bedsteads, W.W. Mattresses, Bedding nil .kinds, and Gen. Sundries.Also, o LOADS OF GOOD SECONDHAND FURNITURE. J OUIS. TEWIS, Auctioneer, House and Business Salesman, and Valuer. UNDER DISTRAINT»FOR RENT. Tfi A "DERKINS & f*p. Have received Instructions to sell at their Mart, AT 11 O'CLOCK. ONE "MONARCH" TYPEWRITER, new and in good order ONE HEAVY DOUBLE-DOORED SAFE, almost new LETTER PRESS AND STAND TABLES, OFFICE CABINET CARRIAGE LAMPS DESK AND DRAWERS AND A LOT OF USEFUL OFFICE SUNDRIES NOTE SALE TO-MORROW AND TIME. J}** A JJERKINS AND po., City Market. mHURSDAY; ""VTARCH 25 1909 QAMUEL /COCHRANE & H OX > Tj TD ' "VTO. a "yrARRDROUGH-ST., OFF DEDWOOD TERRACE, PONSONBY, (Take Cars to Thi-ee Lamps). The undersigned have received instructions from the owner, who is leaving the j Dominion, to Sell, THE WHOLE OF HIS FURNITURE OF. 8 ROOMS. Most of the Furniture was Made to Order, Faithful Work being put Into ft. PIANO (Beautiful Tone, by Same Maker as supplied to King of Sweden). 7-pce. J Leather Suite. Carpet Sq., Occ. Tables and i Chairs Ornaments, Mafble Clock, Marble Card Tray. Comb. Music Stand aud Table, 'CELLO (Splendid Instrument). Pictures, 12, BEAUTIFUL OIL PAINTINGS (BY WELLKNOWN ARTIST, MR FRISTROM. A 1 unioue chance to secure this gentleman's Paintings), Hall Stand, Linoleums, Hall Chairs, Heavy Inlaid Brass-M. Bedstead. | Carved Wardrobe. Chest Drawers. Handsome Duchess Pr., B.M. Fender and Brasses. Rugs, Hearth Rugs, Toilet Sets, Sgl. and Dbl. Bedsteads, Bedding, Kapok and Flax Bedding, Comb. Chests. Washstands, DINING-ROOM LG. SIDEBOARD (B.P. Mirrors Nehrl*y New), Chairs, Tables, Table Covers, Dresser, Cutlery, Plate, Crockery, Fender, Clocks, Ornaments, Gas Iron. Potts' Iron, Enamel Ware, Tubs, Kitchen Sundries, Garde.-. Tools, 4 Canaries, 6 Pigeons, and Cages (All Well-bred Birds). QAMUEL COCHRANE & gON, J^TD. "JIIIE JJAYMARKET. "pRIDAY, "jyjARCH 26 T "' AT 12 NOON. ALFRED BUCKLAND AND SON& ; j Will sell mHE THOROUGHBREDS ELENORE, Soult — Nora, 5 years NORA SOULT, Soult — Nora, 4 years MATARERE, Hilad — Maratea, 3 years ALFRED BUCKLAND AND SONS, QALE OF RAILWAY LANDS. -pRIDAY, 9gTH "jyjARCH, AT NEW PLYMOUTH. M B N EWTOX K ING . Will sell by auctiou, A LARGE NUMBER OF LOTS, comprising some of tbe best Business and Residential Sites in this progressive and prosperous town; also, numerous Cottage Properties. Plans and schedules may be obtained on application to Mr F. P. Corkill, New Plymouth, Valuer for the Department. TO LET. rpo LET, Waterview, House, 6 rooms, and A j-acre orchard.—Apply to Geo. Arnold, Waterview, Avoudale. 195 TO LET (to careful tenant), Nice 5-roomed House in Mt. Roskill.—Apply Hoare and Co., Wakefleld-st, 48 TO LET, top Small Shop, plate glass front; fitted room at back; fireplace and convenience.—236, top" Hobsonst. 24 TO LET, House of 6 rooms to teuaut without children; references. —Apply W. B. Snook, Eden Terrace, between 6 and 8 p.m. 105 O LET, The Drive, Epsom, 8-r. House, all conveniences, stable, etc.; 3J acres splendid grazing land.—M. Foubister, The Drive. 46 TO LET, House, 5 rooms; wash-houso, set tubs; bathroom pantry, scullery; cupboards, dresser. —Apply Neal, Bellwood, Mt. Roskill. 95 TO LET, Furnished, at Devonport, a sroomed House, for six weeks or two months; 30/ weekly.—Apply R. aud R. Duder, Devonport. 04 O LET. Great North-rd., New Brick - -Shop", plate windows; finished this week; every living conveuience.—Faulder, Chemist, Great North-rd. 49 O Let, Yarborough-st., Ponsonby, 8-r. House; every convenience; good victy harbour; p.w.c—R. H. Swales, Tailor, 18, Dedwood-tcrraie, 11 O LET, Grey Lynn tram terminus, large 6-roomed house, bathroom, scullery, washhouse detached, stable and buggy shed.— Apply 11. B. Fisher, Jeweller, Newton. 28 T~O LET—PONSONBY — Well-furnished House, waterside: close cars: 40/. PAICE-A VENUE —6 Rooms; new House; 20/,—WALTER TAYLOR, 27, Shortland-st. M 343. TO LET, handy second section—Modern Villa, C rooms, 20/; also, Dwelling, 3 large rooms, heart of city, 10/.—General Land Agency, 414, Queen-st., above Grey Statue. "6 T' O LET; ARNEY-RD., REMUERA—9roomed Residence; stables, etc., and nearly two acres of land; 3mins. from trams.—C. 3. OWEN, Union Bank Bidgs., 1, Vlctoria-st. rfT" O LET. JL PONSONBY-RD., Opp. Tole-st. RESIDENCE of 6 large rooms, large allotment. Suitable for doctor. Rent, 25/ and rates.—Apply G. B. OSMOND', 159, Queenst„ next to National Bauk. M 25& TO LET an Allotment, having 44ft frontage to College Hill and 109 ft to Scot-land-st., adjoining the Gas Company's Premises; all fenced, and suitable for a Coal and Firewood Yard.—For particulars, apply to Manager, Star Offlce. mo LET. RANFURLYI-RDv, EPSOM—Gentleman's Residence, 7 very large rooms, scullery, pantry, bathroom; hot and cold water, and all conveniences. ONE-TREE HILL.,.(for, 12. months qr longer)— Good 7-roomed House, and all conveniences. Low rental to good tenant. GUMMING AND SON, 85, Queen-st. £6 ROOMS, Furnished, single, double beds, use kitchen, sitting, smoke; piano, h. and c. bath, p.w.c. ;*3 minutes from Queenst. Terms moderate.—Apply 48, Nelson-st., City.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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