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AUCTIONS. QMITH AND JJALCOMBB AT THE MART, VICTORIA-ST. EAST. IJIO-MORROW — JTIRIDAY — rpO-MOR-ROW, At 12 o'clock sharp. ON ACCOUNT OF VARIOUS CABINETMAKERS, etc. Vyi/ELL - ASSORTED LOT OF SIDE- • * BOARDS BEACONSFIELD WARDROBE ART OVERMANTELS 2 4FT WARDROBES, WITH B.M. DOORS NATHAN DUCHESS PAIRS \ ERY SUPERIOR DUCHESS PAIR, WITH CHEVAL GLASS COMBINATION CHESTS AND WASHSTANDS HEAVY B.M. BEDSTEADS, 4ft 61n, of all descriptions W.W. KAPOK AND FLAX MATTRESSES 3 BRUSSELS CARPETS FANCY CHAIRS LINOLEUM CUTLER ROLLER TOP DESK KITCHEN TABLE PORTABLE BOILERS LAWN MOWERS CARPET SWEEPER AT 1 P.M., about 200 LOTS SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. Please Call and Inspect. gMI T H AND JJ ALCO MB B. Auctioneers, Victoria-st. E. jyjONDAY, jyjARCH AT 10 O'CLOCK. rjlH_ "^BBET." JTPPER QTJEEN-ST., gUPERIOR JJOUSEHOLD JpURNITURE AND J^FFECTS, TFNT^ RS rS; CL^?- S D 2 Rr>ER - TH E CONTENTS OF A 10-ROOMED RESIDENCE. T. j\/JANDENO JACKSON, Instructed by the Owner, will Sell by Public t ™°*S t th y e "ABBEY," upper" Queenst.. on the above- date: rpHE WHOLE OF HER FIRST-CLASS i,- HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS AND t i 7, ■ aU in 6Ood order nnd condition, including:— D RAW , I^' G ; nOOM - K 'ANDSOM_ WAL■V NUT SUITE (In Silk Brocade, 3 Pieces), Raittan Lounge and Cushions Easy n n Hrv» m r. C ?st'2^5 UHL AND MARQUETRY rvir ™ A £ A 5l NBT - EBONISED CHIPPENDALE CABINET, English Carved Oak Centre Table, Inlaid Walnut Table and Cover, LARGE WALNUT OVERMANTEL L. °, BeTel 'e<l Mirrors), Clock (In Bronze Stand) VERY LARGE OIL PAINTING by C. BLOMFIELD, Painted Panel Mirrors, Fancy, Silk and Worked Cushions, Engravings Oil Paln'tings, Jardinieres Ornaments. Jases, Figures, etc.. Unce Curtains. Slips. Rugs. B.M. Fender and Irons etc., etc. TUNING-ROOM—OAK FRAME EXTE.N- ---■*-' SION DINING-TABLE. Leather Diningroom Suite of 0 pieces (Conch. 2 Easy Chairs, 0 Dining Chairs). 3-tler Walter (with drawers). Butler's Tray (on Sitand) Bookcase and about 200 Volumes of ' Books. 4-fold Screen, 3 Side Dining Tables. Oil Paintings, Marble Clock. Ornaments, Linoleum, Rugs. Mats. Brass Curtain Poles. Lace Curtains, etc., etc. JTALL — VERY LARGE CARVED J-- FRONTED CEDAR HALL STAND, Hall Table, Bevelled Plate Mirror EBONISED SETTEE, NEARLY NEW LINOLEUM, Nearly New Brussels Runner (9 yards), Bordered Slips. Stair Carpet and Brass Rods. Portieres, etc., etc. BEDROOMS (9) — VERY MASSIVE SOLID BRASS BEDSTEAD High Side, Rolled Side, W.W. Mattress'to flt. Kapok Bed, Blankets, Sheets, EIDERDOWN QUILT. Kapok and Feather Pillows (all equal to new), BEDROOM SUITE OF 3 PIECES, Large Wardrobe, Bevelled Plate Glass Mirrors, Iniald and Carved Frontsi. Combination Chest of Drawers to match. Rouge Marble-top Wnshstand to match, CHOICE SET OF WHITE AND GOLD BEDROOM WARE, Gilt Overmantel; also, a number of Double and Single Iron Bedsteads. Bedroom Suites. Combination Chests of Drawers, Washstands. Wire-wove b'rretcbers, W.W. and Kapok Mattresses, Side Tables, Linoleums. Carpets. Lace Curtains. Bed Linen, B.nnkcts, Sheets, etc.. A.8.W., Rattan and' Cane phalrs, etc., etc. KITCHEN— LARGE fiAS STOVE. Filter, Seltzogene. DINNER WARE. Tea Service. Kettles. Saucepans. Enamel Ware, and nil Usual Kitchen Utensils. OUTSIDE— LARGE MANGLE. Wringer, NEW HOSE AND KITI'INGS, Spades, Shears. Mats, etc. Also, A LARGE QUANTITY OF GLASS AND ELECTRO-PLATE, TABLE LINEN. BEDLINEN, AND CUTLERY, too numerous to mention. TERMS:—Cash, and delivery must b? tahen on day of sale. PERSONAL. DR. LONG, of Londoa.—Advice and Medicine, 5/. Hours: lv a.m. to 6 p.m. —20, Swanson-st. RSI BIUUINS (late oi Melbourne), Trance and Test Medium and Medical Clairvoyant, may be consulted daily from 10 to 9 p.m.—23, Pitt-st. M2l R. HELEN BURNABY, Gynaecologist", Specialist Ladles' Complaints. Consultation Free. — Stromness," 72, Vin-ceut-st., opp. Pitt-st. Hours, 10 to 4; evenings. IBYL, Clairvoyant and Psychometrist, No. 6, Severn-st., Khyber Piass-rd. Hours 2 till 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 fill 6 p.m. 65 A|AJJ AM li DULGO URELLI, I '- L S5, Symonds-street, Opp Cemetery Bridge. ~11 J . "iSHERWOOD, Psychic Reader *'•*■ and Magnetic Healer. Hours: 10 a.m. till 0 p.m.—Rayner's Buildings, Wellesley-st. Evenings: 19, Plcton-st., I'onsouby. 35 ADi_it7isiLL_ ULYSSES Clalrvoyant, Crystal Seer, and Trance Medium, 161, Nelson-st., St. James' Square, il a.m. to 5 p.m., 7 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. ARRIAUBS SOLEMNIZED.—Rev. M 7 Walker can be consulted daily, so, ldowe-st., Auckland. M 367 EEP IT DARK—Clarke's Hair Dye" restores Youthful Colour to Biack or Brown Hair. Post Free, 1/6.—Clarke, Chemist. 110, Victoria-st. RING If TO LIGHT — "NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases where others fall. Of Chemists and Stores. /iiVEN AWAI. —Handsome Velvet Boot VJ Shiner, value 6d, to every purchaser Of three 4d tins ot Black Ivory Boot Polish tor 1/. 15 FOR LOSS OF HAIR, Greyness and All Disorders and Diseases of the Hair, consult MISS BACON, Hair Physician and Complexion Specialist. Electric and Vibratory Massage, Chiropody, Hairdressing, Etc. Superauous Jbiair Permanently Removed by Electric Needle. VICTORIA BUILDINGS, Victoria-st- East. QALVO-TOSO. THE BEST HEALING OINTMENT IN THE WORLD. Applied to Mosquito Bites and Burns gives iustant Relief. 1/6 of all Chemists and Stores. ' M? 46 TTVASHIONABLE HaxRDRESSING.—Just JC to hand, a Large Assortment of "Hapiue" Wavers, lor producing the fashionable Marcel wave. There Is no greater aid to beauty than a wen uressed beau ot hair, therefore every lady wiio values her personal appearance should consider this otter. For one week, from Monday, March 22ud, 1 will give a Free Lesson In waving to every purchaser of a pair of "Raplde" wavers. Buy a pair and be your own hairdresser.— MISS McELWAIN, Toilet Specialist, 251, yueeu-st., next McCullagh ana Gower. M 235 /-CONSULT TpLLIOTT ON QKIN A FFECTIONS, AND QTOMACH rjIROUBLES. Hundreds of Auckland References. Consultation Free. Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 5. Evenings: Tuesday and Saturday, 7.U0 to 9. J. A. ELLIORT,- City Chambers, Corner Qt««n f.nl Victoria ata., Auckland.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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