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AUCTIONS: | T OUIS JEWIS WILL NOT HOLD HIS.USUAL MONDAY SALE, OWING TO ANNUAL STOCKTAKING, BUT ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD PRIVATELY AT AUCTION ■PRICES. A LARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE • FROM, including g T OADS OF gECOND-HAND "pIURNITURE. -V CALL AND INSPECT. T EWIS, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND LAND SALESMAN, AND VALUATOR. I_ouis L EWIS . AT -N°r 460, TTPPER QUEEN gTREET. KING'S COURT BUILDINGS, UPPER QUEEN-STREET. rpUESDAY—jy-ARCH gQ—rpUESDAY. AT TWELVE O'CLOCK PROMPTLY. Instructed by MESSRS KAHN BROS., who are giving up business, to Sell by Auction on above date, rriHE WHOLE OF THEIR NEW STOCK X WITHOUT RESERVE, of 2KO HANDSOMELY FRAMED PIC- _/_»_» TURES, QUANTITY UNFRAMED BLACK AND WHITE PICTURES, FRAMES, MOULDINGS GLASS, TYPEWRITER, STAND CAMERA, TOOLS. Also, Kf)o SQUARES BEST PLATE-GLASS, uu " Various Sizes, SOME HANDPAINTED. X CWT. STRAW BOARD. "I A CASES 20 _ 16 PICTURE GLASS X\J SHOP FITTINGS AND PICTUREFRAMERS' SUNDRIES. Terms: •STRICTLY CASH BEFORE DELIVERY. ON VIEW MONDAY. SALE TUESDAY AT NOON. TEWIS, I AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND BUSINESS SALESMAN AND VALUER. JjOUIS AT jyjT. "DOS-ILL. | PAICE AVENUE. OFF -DOMINION ROAD. Tram to Grange-rd., 10th on Right Paice- ' avenne. —'" " TT/EDNESDAY, TT7EDNESDAY, , 31st MARCH. '■.'". I AT TWELVE O'CLOCK.. On Account of the Owner Leaving j Auckland. /"IOOD ENG. WALNUT PIANO, by HopV< klnson, London; Dining Table and Gov. : L.ol. Sofa, Occ. Table, Lea. Easy Chair Lace and Other Curtains, .Pictures, A.B. F i , a r l^,- Cloclc ' ° rts - E - p - Ware. Cutlery, 7-PIECE LEA. SUITE, nearly new Verandah Blind, Fenders and Brasses' Coal ?°, X ._ T ?£ le , ware ' Hall Stand. Good Desk, Inlaid Work Box. Wardrobe, a S I Bedsteads, 3 W.W. Stretchers, 2 Comb Chests, Folding Chair, Curtains and Poles' Lg. Solid Cedar Military Chest, HeaTth Rugs, Toilet Set, Rattan Chairs, Col. Wardrobe, Screen, Mantledrape, Book Shelves, Toilet Chest, Duch. Pair, Gen. Kit. Utensils, Table. Chairs, G-b Ring, Crockery and Glass, Tubs, Tools, LAWN MOWER Kero- ?? ne -. Stove A ** Hanging Lamp, Sewing Machine Books, Violin, Cupboard, IroS Scraper, Bird Cages, Lg. Clothes Airer, and S-ndrie Quantlty ot Household SALS'.WEDNESDAY, 31st MARCH at Noon. ' Trams to Grange-rd., thence Palce'savenne. J^EWIS. Auctioneer, House and Business Salesman and Valuer. g_MCWTODS_T. AT "SOMKELE," 71, SYMONDS-ST (3 Doors Below City-rd.) AT 11 °' GLOOK PR'OtM-PTLY. T^^r,F Il S ei:slsnea ias be en instructed hv IIES. ©BNNING (who is giving^? llml _2_W OTM « B * AUCTION O-TLY THREE MONTHS m USE, ALL _. „ „ NEW GOODS— TO. SIDEBOAUn we n Cal^ e „„ w , itix A-nMque Copper t__n__; 7-POE. LEATHER SUITE. HiE\,VTT V CARVED •FRAMES ULAVILY (__. 8-XD EXTENSION DINUNG TABLE I—evolving Bookcase New Designed Overmantel, Pictures Ra*ton Tobies and Chairs, Lg. .Round Table, ft „I P •J V * r *' H y- Brass, Curb and Brasses Copper F. Screen and GSETu, Choice LOT BRIC-A-BRAC, Glass and China Cutlery and Tableware, FULL lINVEiNTORY .HOUSE LINEN Lg. 44F01_ Screen, .dea. Rugs and Mats L/g. Vases, Sup. 'Lace Curtains and Blinds Pcvr.tj.eres and Poles". 9 Muslin and _ace Window ißUnds, Verandah Lounge Deck Chairs, Hall Table, .Hall Lino Pot Plants, Flower Stand, Hg La mp Lg. Aviary, Canary and Cage, Curtains BEDROOMS (S)—LG. REV. WARDROBE GOOD DUOH. PAIR, Puriri COM-b! PAIR, .3 Comb. Chests and W. Stands, •Hy. B.M. Bedstead, 2 S.I. Bedsteads, 2 W.W. Stretchers, Comb. Bedstead, Good Bedding, Quilts, Blankets, W.W Mattresses, etc., 5 W. Stands and Ware, Occ. and Corner Chairs, Armchair, Lounges, Overmantel, Fender, Lace B-idnds, Chairs, Carpets, Toilet Chest, and Bedroom Appointments. ALSO, GEN. KITCHEN UTENSILS and Glass, Dumb Waiter, Clothes ihorse, .Enamelled Ware, Wringer, Tubs, Too) 3, and Quantity of most useful Household. Sundries. TRAMS T.O CTT.Y-ID., SYMOKD'S-ST. . JEWI3, Auctioneer, House and Land Salesman and Valuer. AT JJIS — 2 — "RIRIDAY AT 12 NOON SHARP. Will Sell by Public Auction, at his Mart Victoria-street East, by ORDER OF THE ' PUBLIC TRUSTEE, In the ESTATE OF THOMAS McCAFFERY (deceased) "pREEHOLD PROPERTY, DEVONPORT x (Harbour Frontage). B',EACH-ROAD, DEVONPORT, being LOTS 39 and 40 of a subdivision in lots of Allotment 24A of Section 2, Parish of Takapuna, containing ,38. perches. To be offered in one Lot. These Sections have a FRONTAGE TO . BEACHIROAD of 66ft and depth of-160ft.- Good level land ExS£ le . Dt Tle «. Md ADJOINING BOND BROS., SAWMILLERS, Devonport. TitleLand Transfer. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALF FROM THE UNDERSIGNED; " - T.EWIS, Auctioneer, House and Land Salesman, and ' Vainer. GREAT- UNRESERVED. SALE OF POT PLANTS. E. G- OC>:DWIN . AT DOMINION AUCTION MART. THURSDAY, APRIL Ist, 1909 at 12 o'clock Sharp. Under instructions from Mr, King, the wellknown Nurseryman, will Sell as above ABOUT "850 POT PLANTS, Including ■CX. Bogonlas, Palms, Ferns, Maidenhair, Asparagus, etc.. We draw special attention to this sale as Mr. King- offers nothing but the best, and this is absolutely the last sale of this season V. D. McIVOR, Auctioneer.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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