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AUCTIONS. rpo -morrow, T HURSDAY, M ARCH gAMCEL /COCHRANE & QON, T TD. r> yA,RBOROCGH-ST., OFF DEDWOOD TERRACE. PONSONBY (Take Cars to Three Lamps). The undersigned have received instructions from the owner, who is leaving the Dominion, to Sell, rpilE 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 Snedeui 7-pce. Leather Suite. Carpet Sq., Oec. Tables and Chairs Ornaments. Marble Clock Marble Card Tray, Comb. Music Stand aud Table 'CELLO iSplendid Instrument, Pictures 12 BEAUTIFUL OIL PAINTINGS (BY WELLKNOWN ARTIST, MR KRISTROM. A unlo.ue chance to secure this gentleman's Paintings). Hall Stand, Linoleums. Hull Chaire, Heavy Inlaid Brass-M. Bedslead. Carved Wardrobe. Chest Drawers Handsome Duchess Pr., B.M. Fender aud Brasses. Rugs, Hearth Rugs. Toilet Sets, Sgr'i. and Dbl. Bedsteads Bedding Kapok and Flax Bedding, Comb. Chests' Washstands*, DINING-ROOM LG. SIDEBOARD (B.P. Mirrors Nearly 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)! QAMCEL pOCHRANE & Q<ON, T TD. rpilE TTTAYMARKET. ■pRIDAY, ]yi"ARCH 9fITH, AT 12 NOON. ALFRtD BUCKLAND AND SONS. Will sell rr\HE THOROUGHBREDS ELENORE. Soult — Nora. 5 years NORA SOUI.T, Soult — Nora, 4 years MATAREKE, Ililad — Maratea, 3 years ALFRED BUCKLAND AND SONS, 9gTH ]\TARCH, AT 2 P.M. SHARP. gAMUEL -V7-AILE & DONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will Sell at their Land Sale Rooms. 87, -yfAXWELL A VENUE, p REV T YNN "DUILDING ALLOTMENT, 40ft b.v 120 ft, J-* practically level, and only a few yards from car terminus. Also. QOMMERCIAL-ROAD, A RCH TTILL, BUILDING ALLOTMENT, 33ft by 117 ft 31n. ON ACCOUNT OF THE OWNER. Also, prrk ACRES, PARISH OF TAUPIRI (Allot. "U No. 202). undulating land, all ploughable, and partly fenced; 7 miles from Ohiuewal station, and li miles from Te Hoe Post Office. -piRIDAT, 26 TH M ARCH ' AT 2 P.M. SHARP. QjAMUEL T7-AILB & ,Q<ONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKLR, Will Sell by Auction, at their Land Sale Rooms, 87, Queen-street (Ward Baker, Auctioneer), SUBURBAN TDESIDENCE, XV -pLLERSLIE. RESIDENCE, containing six large rooms, bathroom mew enamel bath), Orion range, 4 fires, aud all conveniences; also, stable, coach-house, man's room, wash-house, copper, new fowlhouse, netted run, etc., together with Sa 2r 17p of Rich Volcanic Soil, with long frontages to Rockfleld-rd. (Onehunga-rd.) aud Green Park-rd. Only few yards off the Great Sonth-rd. Handy to the Eller3iie Station. The owner is leaving Neve Zealand and the property MTJST BE REALISED. TTmiDAY, A PRIL 9 AT 2 P.M. SHAiRP. CAJIUEL -yAILE & .QJONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will Sell by Auction at their Land Sale ■Rooms. 87. Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer). T»l RKE N HEAD, "prCTURESQU-E SUBURBAN PROPERTY Containing 2 7 1 A A c R E s> and being Lot No. 6 and part Lot No. 7 of I the Eskdale Estate. I 10 a-cres are undulating land dn good gr.iss; :the balauce is good, heavy mixed bush, [ with some SI'LENDTD SI'EriMENS OF KAURI ■TiR-HJES. Permanent stream. w%Jh loft waterfa.'.!. The land is all fenced. A capital site for a Suburban 'Home. -piRIDAY. A PRIL. 2 AT 2 P.M. SHARP. OA3IUEL XTAILE & CJONS--INCOKPORATING WARD BAKER, Will Sell by Public Auction at their Land Sale Rooms. «7. Queen-st. (per Ward Bator, Auctioneer). Under Instructions from the Executors in the Estate of James Webber, deceased, A B,SOLUTELY TJyITIIOUT TDE'SERVE QUEEN'S PARADE. CORNER UF ANNE-ST., DEVONPOKT. T ARG-E TWO-STORET BAL.KONY J-i DWELLING. KNOWN AS CAMBRIDGE! HOUSE, containing 10 rooms: bathroom, callfont. gas, water, washhouse, copper: p.w.e.; shed. etc. LAND, 4Rft Cln to Queen's Parade, by 98ft 6in to Anne-st. Only one minute from Wharf. Splendid view of harbour and shipping, which cannot be built out. The Executors have decided to wind up this Estate, aud the Property will be A BSOLUTELY QOLD TO THE TTIGHBST "DIDDER. TX7EDNESDAY, A PRIL C}-t AT rr P.M. LAN.D SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION OF CHOICE RESIDENTIAL SECTIONS, OV SITUATED AT TfRANKTON JUNCTION, QN TV/fAIN rpRUNK T INE. TZ"ING AND /~10. MURPHT, Esq.. to sell at their Mart! Hamilton, on Wednesday, 21st April, at pTA OF THE CHOICEST BUILDING '-J" SECTIONS IN FRANKTON, each conThese secilons are situated nitijin a fenminutes' walk of new railway station. Speculators and others would do well to enquire about above properties in this popular and rapidly rising locality. 1 Full particulars from the Auctioneers; or IW. A. GOSLING aud C. ALLEN AND CO. I KaMII/TVXK

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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