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AUCTIONS. ■ (GENUINE JTNRESERVED GSADE ' TJALANCE OF (pABINETMAKEK'S CJTOCK. Must Be Bold This Week. AT 5 "DREMIER A UCTION TJuTABT, 24- •p c,STOMS - s - r - E AST " 1 rpO-MOEROW, i -CIRIDAY, A PRIL ON* 5 . 1 PM - Full Particulars Next Issue. r INSPECTION INVITED. W. GL _B ASSETT Auctioneer. ; 16 TTOUSEHOLD TTIURNITURE AND T7IFFECTS. (OWNER LEAVING AUCKLAND SUNDAY). "JuO. Q TTARANGAHAPE "ROAD (NEWTON). ; FEW DOORS FROM SYMONDS-ST. CJATUBDAY, A PRIL ORD, ' " 1.30 PM - * 3 w. G. B ASSETT l Having been instructed by owner, who leaves for South next day, will sell as above, I rpHE WHOLE OF HIS SUPERIOR fA- HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECT'S, consisting of— HANDSOME D. AND S. B.M. I. BEDr STEADS, Wire Wove and Kapok MATTRESSES Pillows, Sheets. Blankets, Quilts Child s Cot, Blinds and Rollers CURTAINS. DRESS TABLES • CABINET WASHSTANDS, Wardrobe LINEN PRESS, Chairs Hearth Rugs. Heavy LINOLEUMS Mantle Drapes Handsome DUCHESS PAIR HALL LINO., Hat Racks . Hail Hanging Lamps, DINING TA.RT.nI ' (overs, A.B. Chairs. COUCH Cushions, Picture Frames, Runners ROOM HEATER Kitchen Tables, Kitchen Chairs KUCKER, Large Quantity CROCKERX Pres. Pan aud Jars, Saucepans Kettles, etc.. Fenders. Wringer > Baths. Carpenter's BENCH And c , Host of Usual Household Sundries. I NO RESERVE. i 6 rpO-MORROW, T-IRIDAY, AT 10.30. J_~J^ES. Auctioneer, Will sell by auction at the Mart, Victoriaand Lome sts., PRODUCE—Potatoes, Onions. Kumeras -*- Pumpkins, and Vegetables. DAIRY PRODUCE — Butter Eggs Cheese, Hams, Bacon, and Sundries. ' POCLTRY-Roosters, Hens, Ducks, Turkeys, Geese. Full p enß . Pigs. FRUlT—Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches, Lemons. Large supplj-. " Also, 50 COILS OF WIRE. GENVERAL SUNDRIES. j^^Fes. Auctioneer. Land and Estate Agent, VICTOHIA AND LORNE STS. w l RE - • XV *B E - TjMUDAY AT 11.30. J TONES, AUCTIONEER. Having received instructions from the Owner, will Sell by Auction at the Mart, Victoria nnd Lome sts., WITHOUT RESERVE. ~Q COILS OF BARBED AND PLAIN OO FENCING WIRE. T TONES, AUCTIONEER. YTCTOKTA AND LORNE STS. rpHE "TTAYMABKET. rpO-MORROW, -pRIDAY, AT 10.30. GRAIN AND CHAFF, in Lots to suit Buyers. HARNESS, SADDLERY. VEHICLES 4 ENGLISH SADDLES AND BRIDLES.3 SETS ENGLISH BUGGY AND GIG HARNESS, KNEE RUGS, OIL, SKINS. BRUSHES. Etc. HORSES OF ALL CLASSES. AT ET NOON. BAY MARE, 4yrs, by Albert Victor— St. Lejfer mare GREY COB. 4yrs, fast in harness; lady can drive , 2 MEDIUM GELDINGS, 4yrs off, wort i anywhere , 2 USEFUL SORTS, from the Thames BROWN GELDING, good hack and harness horse BAY MARE. 7yrs, very docile MEDIUM DRAUGHT MARE, from Whangarei ACTIVE HEAVY BAY GELDING, 6yrs, any trial GREY GELDING, 6yrs. prize taker, grocer's turnout, at two shows Also, On Account of Owner giving up Carting. HEAVY BAY COLT. 3yrs old, broken to chains; a very choice animal HEAVY BAY MARE, 4yrs old. any trial- ; first prize-taker at Pukekohe Show. Also, THE FOLLOWING HUNTERS:— BLACK MARE, 6yrs. by Spiufeldt CHESTNUT GELDING. 4yrs, by St. Hilda —Ironmonger marc The well known BAY GELDING DICK r ALFRED BUCKLAND AND SONS. ; C. G. BROOKES. Auctioneer. "P RUI T. "p RUI T. T7A RUI T. APPLES. PEARS, PEACHES, TOMATOES, PLUMS, ORANGES I QUINCES, LEMONS, PEANUTS i '/"I RAPES—ALBANY SURPRISE, BLACK . VX HAMBRO, GROS COLMAR, GOLDEN QUEEN, ETC. w 1 A Ann CHOICE BULBS TO BE SOLD ' on WEDNESDAY, April 7th, at 12.15 p.m. Without Reserve. OKA AAA STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Z/UV,UUU orders Booked. WAITEMATA FRUITGROWERS' CO-OP. SOCIETY. HIGH-ST. ' J. B. TONAR, Auctioneer. T-j A N C ING. MRS. SOWERBY v.-ill ro-open her Classes for Ballroom aud Fancy Dancing. St. An-1 drew's Hall, Lower Symonds-st, eet, April 22nd. Thursday. S p.m.; Friday, 7.3i> p.m.; I ' Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom Hall, I ' Epsom; Wednesday, 2dst. 7.30 p.m. For terms, etc.. apply MRS. SOIVERBY, Ra- • whiti. Onehunga. M 325 ,' A STONISHED! After using WILWORSH, : ■"• fo find clothes pearly white, without rubbing or soaking; and how much longer J they wear. Washing costs 3d. LACE YOUR HEAD IN MY HANDS, AND I WILL GIVE YOU HAIR, Natural and Artificial. MASONS, Hair Specialists and Hairdressers, 256 and 258, QUEEN-ST., Next Savings Bank. LADIES' HAIRDRESBING, SINGEING. 6HAJIROO.IJSS3. «te.,^*_:„ J .i

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 78, 1 April 1909

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