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-~^"^- ~" auctions: rpap TTAYMARKET. mO-MORROW, '.' AT 12 NOON. ALFRED BUCKLAND AND SONS. Will sell m_E THOBOU G H B R E D S ELENORE. Soult — Nora, 5 years NORA SOULT, Soult — Nora, 4 years MATAREKE, Hilad — Maratea, 3 years ALFRED BUCKLAND AND SONS, TftRUIT. TJIRTJIT. "pRUIT. SALES DAILY. AT 10 A.M. A PPLES, PEACHES, NECTARINES, ■"- PEARS, LEMONS, GRAPES, TOMATOES, etc., etc. TT7AITEMATA -JpRUTTGROWERS' /-tO-OP. QOCIETY, HIGH-ST. "P RUI T. TjIUUII. Tfl RUI T. APPLES. PEARS. PEACHES," TOMATOES. PLUMS, ORANGES QUINCES, LEMONS, PEANUTS GRAPES— ALBANY SURPRISE. BLACK HAMBRO. GROS COLMAR, GOLDEN QUEEN, ETC. 1 ft ftftft* CHOICE BULBS TO BE SOLD -L U,OW on WEDNESDAY, April 7th, at 12.15 p.m. Without Reserve. OKA AAA STRAWBERRY PLANTS. — 'UV.VUVJ Orders Booked. WA'ITEMATA FRUITGROWERS' CO-OP. > SOCIETY. HIGH-ST'; J. B. TONAR. Auctioneer. mO-MORROW, TTtRIDAY, "JITARCH C)f* jgAMUEL pOCHRANE &.. QON, JTD. AT 10 O'CLOCK. CONTENTS OE FOTJR:HOUSES. removed for convenience of Sale, Comprising. flftft LOTS FURNITURE OF EVERY wu DESCRIPTION. PIANO. BEAUTIFUL TONE. BY SEWFELD, FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. 6 OTHER FIANOS. AT 1 O'CLOCK. Under Instructions from a Cabinetmaker. 6 LG. SIDEBOARDS, 10 COMB CHESTS 7 DUCHESS PAIRS. 4 CARVED WARDROBES, 3 MARBLE-TOP DUCHESS PAIRS, -7 HALL STANDS, 20 BRASS M. BEDSTEADS. This Cabinet—aier's work is well known, and a rare chance is offered to furnishers. AT 10 O'CLOCK. GALV. IRON, SASHES, DOORS, STOVES, ------ —j, c . gA_UEL COCHRANE _ QOX, T TD. mO-MORROW, FRIDAY, MARCH 26. AT DURHAM YARDS. The undersigned wIU selL 0 FIRST-CLASS FARM HORSES 3 HEAVY DRAUGHT HORSES, good trials 2 HEAVY DRAUGHT GELDINGS, 4 years, from Tham.ee Valley 1 BAY HORSE, 5 years, from the North, broken to chains 3 PART-WORN CAB HORSES, good sorts BAY MARE, 6 years, good hack Also, HARNESS AND SADDLERY BUGGIES, GARTS, SULKIES, etc 40"'SACKS MAIZE, etc., "etc. " JJOAN AND TL/TER j ' CASTILE AGENCY pO., T TD., H. O. NOLAN, Auctioneer. Tji p GODWIN, JJOMINION AUCTION jVTAET, 167. QUEEN-STREET. rpO-MORROW (FRIDAY), T&ftARCH 9^ COMMENCING AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP. KAA LOTS OF NEW AND SECONDuv " HAND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE without reserve, consisting of, Sideboards. Chiffonier, Chests Drawers, Wicker Tables and Chairs, Occ. Tables. Easy Chairs, Lounges, Pot Stands, Wardrobes, Comb. Chests. Cabinets, American -Tables, Rockers, D. and S. B.M. Bedsteads, W.W. Mattresses and Stretchers, Kapok and other Bedding, Carpet Squares, Hearth Rugs, Door Slips, Duchess Pairs, Comb. Pairs, Washstands. Hall Stands, Pictures, Oil Paintings, Curtains, Blinds, Blankets, Rugs, Clocks, Leather Diningroom Suite. Couches, A.B. and Canadian Chairs, Kitchen Chairs, Mirrors, Overmantels, Sewing Machines, Cot and Mattress, Kitchen Dresser. Dining, and Kitchen Tables, Meat Safes Glassware, E.P. Ware, Kitchen Utensils, .etc.--. Also, New and Secondhand Bicycles and 1 Tricycle (almost new). Inspection kindly invited. V. D, McIVER, Auctioneer. mHE TTAYMARKET. mo-MORROw, ttiriday, AI 10.30. OHAFF AND GRAIN —In Lot« to suit Buyers HARNESS, SADDLERY, VEHICLES HORSES of all classes. AT 12 NOON.. . _. • .Emm. G. Coxhead,.Manurewa. HANDSOME. _EAVY BAY COLT, 3 off, by Dr. Seddon ■HANDSOME HEAVY BAY FILLY, 3 off, by. Better Times NUGGETTX FILLY, 3 off, by Tie Scotch- . man WELL-BRED CHESTNUT COLT, 2 off . Fli>_ Jno. Kemp, Awiitu. 5 ACTIVE MEDIUM 3 AND 4 YEAR OLD COLTS, broken to chains From Hocken Bros., Fellding. 6 FIRST-CLASS HEAVY AND MEDIUM DRAUGHTS, broken to all harness Also, BROWN MARE, fast and free in harness BAY GELDING, staunch and good, lady can drive -GREY COB, first-—ass hack 3 HEAVY DRAUGHTS, all the weights BAY PONY MARE, 4 year-old, trial THE WELL-KNOWN RACEHORSES DISCOVERER AND LADY ELLEN Also, On Account ofMessrs Campbell, Ehirenfrled, , Ltd. 2 HEAVY WAGGON HORSES, Mare and Gelding ALFRED BUCKLAND AND SONS. C. G. BROOKES. Auctioneer. POULTRY, PIGSr~~ PRODUCE, AND FRUIT. , ' mO-MORROW, TjTCIDAY, 10.30- prompt. T TONES, Auctioneer, Will sell by auction at the Mart, Vlctorlaand Lome' sts., BAIRY PRODUCE — Butter, Eggs, . Cheese, Hams and Bacon, etc. FARM PRODUCE'—. Potatoes, Pumpkins, Kumarae, Onions, Citron and Rock Melons, etc. . FRUIT — Plums, Apples, Pears, Peaches, Tomatoes, etc. VEGETABLES — All kinds in Season. POULTRY — Turkeys,. Roosters, Hens, Geese, Ducks, Pigs, from Walkato. ;; ■ Also, 3 pens Pnre-bred White Wyandottes and Snndrles.T- ; TONES,. AUCTIONEER."' ; -' ..Victoria and Lome .eta..

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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