AUCTIONS. ' mOrJIOBBOW, ~~ * npHURSDAY, A PRIL -JST, 1000. AT Q1 /^.REY-'STREET. THE UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF MRS. LAFFITTE, SECOND HAND DEALER. AT 11 O'CLOCK. 1 1 COMPRISING GENTS. - TAILOR-MADE * : I SUITS. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S . 1 CLOTHING OF ALL BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC, JEWELLERY. TERMS CA.SH. < OAiIUEL /COCHRANE & GON, T TD. ! fTPO-MORROW, '. rpHTRSDAY "VEXT. \ PRII, -J 1909. ' IS THE LAST DAY OF' AUCTION SALE OF ■pETHYBRIDGE'S CTOCK OF "JCEW ! I pURMTUtE AT HIS SHOP, J£ ARANG AHA P E "ROAD , WHEN TRAVIS AND /~10. S Will -Se« Tfy'ITHOUT "DESERVE. . A LARGE QUANTITY OF , NEW BRASS RAIL BEDSTEADS, BEDPOOM SUITES, [DUCHESS PAIRS, RATTAN CHAIRS, j WARDROBE. TABLES. OVERMANTELS, COMBINATION CHESTS, ( KITCHEN DRESSERS, CHESTS DRAWERS, BOOK CASES, EASY CHAIRS, UMBRELLA STANDS, FENDER, CURBS AND BRASSES, PLATFORM ROCKERS, HALL STANDS, , CARPET SQUARES, HEARTHRUGS, LACE CURTAINS, TOILETWARE j ELECTRO-PLATE, BLANKETS. , EVERYTHING NEW AND FOR SALE 1 WITHOUT RESERVE. ' , ( 1 g ALE QTARTS AT -|9 SHARP. • W. C. DAVIS, Auctioneer. "piRIDAY, A PRIL 9 AT 12 O'CLOCK. i t QOMMODIOCS TJESIDENCE IN COMMANDING pOSITION, CR. JERVOIS AND HAMILTON ROADS. - TTOUSE, rr "DOOMS, TEKVOIS-RD. O TJNSUBPASSED A LLOTMENTS. ' ■pOBERT pHARLES " Has received instructions, from Mr R. "W. KEALS to Sell by Auction at his Rooms, Swanson-street, Auckland, on Friday, 2nd April, at 12 o'clock noon, I THAT COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE AND ALLOTMENT, U6ft Tin by lTTft 9iu, i on Jervois-road, at tue Corner of Hamilton. ' road (opposite the Bowling Green). Very suitable for a PHYSICIAN, NURSING ' HOME, or BUSINESS SITE, standing in a <■ COMMANDING POSITION: 1 j 4 HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS, on Allotment 52ft « frontage to Jervois-rd. . € 3 UNSURPASSED ALLOTMENTS, fronting Jcrvois and Hamilton rds., one i aerff in extent, with a view of the Auckland Harbour. Ground Plan of the Residence can be seen • and Plans of the Property and Cards to 1 view may be obtained from the Auctioneer. . c ]Vf T ' "POSKTEL-" " '"" rt OATURDAY, A PRIL ORD, : 7 AT 12 O'CLOCK.' 1 The undersigned have received instructions < from Mr E. Barthow, whose Lease has ( , expired, and who is giving up Dairying, ' I to seU rpHE WHOLE OF HIS LIVE AND DEAD ■L STOCK, consisting of about " 80 COWS - 1K MILK AXD To CALVE " 20 HEIFERS, in Calf 3 6 WAGON HORSES AND HARNESS 5 6 LIGHT HARNESS HORSES, eound and staunch r 2 WAGONS (2 ton s each) and Harness ' LONGSHAFTER GIG AND HARNESS 3 SPRING CARTS--5 CAMBRIDGE ROLLER, 2 PLOUGHS . TINE HARROWS, WOODEN ROLLER, etc., etc., etc. Luncheon Provided. ALFRED BTjCKXAXD AND SONS. ; Auctioneers. - TJNEXCEPTIONAL. QPPORTUNITY TO SECURE OUBURBAN -OUILDING CITES, Within the 2d Tram Section from Queen-st. Wharf. - ALL LEVEL ALLOTMENTS- DRAINAGE, GAS AND WATER. " STREETS FORMED AND METALLED. TT'HYBER TDASS, OPPOSITE CAPTAIN COOK BREWERY. W. G. B ASSETT Acting under instructions from G. BODLEY. ESQ.. will sell ON THE PEG- ' PE-RTY. as above, on TTfEDNESDAYr \ PBIL AT NOON. 4-J TJ DILD IX G gIT ES, With Frontages to • KHYBER PASS-RD., ROXBITEGH, " MELROSE, and ABBOTSFORD STS. ; j On one section is erected a large well-built - Workshop, Offices, Storerooms, and Out'i buildings, Engine Room, with 5 h.p. Cross- ' ley Gas Engine, SALE OF PROPERTY WILL BE HELD IN WORKSHOP. •' A VEKI SMALL DEPOSIT ASKED FOR AND BAI-iA>"CE ON EXCEITIONALLY EASY TERMS. • A CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME. ! Full particulars may be obtained and plans inspected at office of Auctioneers, 24, c CUSTOMS-ST. EAST. II i a PROPERTY IS FLAGGED. c AT 1 P.M. SAME DAY, rpHE WHOLE OF THE BUILDING J- MATERIAL IN THE YARDS ; attached to the above workshop will be c sold. Also, Corrugated Iron, Cylinders, Supply - Tanks, Baths, lift Luke's- Range, with four c i ovens. Improved Sodawater Fountain, with j 1 3 Cylinders, etc., etc. 0 Pull partiQolaxa la later issue. - 21

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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