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_ucnojrs. _____ TVTOKDAY PJTH, AT 11 O'CLOCK. gALE OF TpBKDEEMED pLEDCJES, : OX ACCOT7NT OF MB; M. COPELAXD. ' LOMBARD tO A.N OFFICE, WELfcESLEY-' STREET- EAST. /IARPENTER /VRTHTJR, will Sell by Auction at Hie Mart. City Market, on Monday Nest, at 11 o'clock A as. janaer:— .'..'.' -J O GENTS , GOLD WATCHES. 8 J-— TOADIES' GOLD WATCHES QQ GENTS' SILVER WATCHES, 16 £>C> IvADIES' SILVER "WATCHES SO HALF-HOOP DIAMOND AND •J OTHER STONE RINGS 8 DIAMOND MARQUE RINGS, 6 DIAMOND CLUSTER RINGS £» SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RINGS -1 18ct GOLD REPEATER A£\ DIAMOND. S-TGNB, AND GOLD '±SJ . BROOCHES DBBL GUNS, VIOLINS, GLADSTONE BAGS. CAMERAS, FIELD . GLASSES, BINOCULARS. 22 GOLD CHAINS 30 SILVER CHAINS, 10 GOLD MUFF CHAINS, AND LOT OF E.P. GOODS.Also, L~OT OF SUNDRIES. TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, and about -j pTA LOTS 'OF GOOD AND USEFUL J-Otr CLOTHING. C. A-RTHUR, General Auctioneer. TJOEDNESDAY \ PRIL H AT 11 O'CLOCK. TTOUSEHOLB "pUBNITURE AND "pFFECTS. -. A RTHUB, will Sell by Auction at his Mart, CityMarket., at 11 o'clock:— •TTOUSEEOLD FURNITURE, as under:— COUTH. LINOLEUM. A-B. Chairs, VERT LAK43E EXT. DINING TABLE. 8.M.D.1. BEDSTEADS, S.I. BEDSTEADS, D. and S. W.W. Mattresses. S. W.W. Stretchers, DUCHESS PAIR. Military Chest. Bedding. Washstand, Dress. Tables, Kapok Beds, Flax Mattresses, KIT. TABLES, and Lot of Useful Kit. Utensils. Also, BATH AND 2. CHURNS. C. ARTHUR. General Auctioneer. "DAXASAS. Arriring per-Den of Ruihren To-morrow 1400 BT:xCHES 0F FIJI BANANAS. i ASTHtE —fOOMAN & ' f*O. "pRIDAY, . A PRIL "Iβ fiIAMTJEL & I^JONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, 1 Will sell by auction, at their Land Sale Robms, 87, Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer.), TXTITHOUT "DESERVE. CUNNYBANK 36 "jyj-AexjncsNT cites, at M OUNT JJDES. . THESE CHOICE ALLOTMENTS all face the sun and are EICET VOLCANIC SOIL (.free of stone), fronting a wen-formed roafi; handy to Mount Eden trams. Laud " Transfer Title. We would call particular ', attention to the . TTNIQUE AND IyTAGNIFICENT i - ryiEWs. Which aye ENTIRELY DIFFERENT from f any views to- be obtained elsewhere. The TEEMS ARE REMARKABLY EASI", ■ and will be as follows for any Lot:— £jL() CASH » X? 1 A IX THREE MONTHS. C'-jJ) IN SIX MONTHS. And the Balance in Three Years at the VERY LOW RATE OF A 1 / PER CENT. i / 2 KINDLY NOTE — THE FIRST FEW ' LOTS WILL BE SOLD gNTIHELY RESERVE. CALL FOR LITHOGRAPHIC PLANS. gAMUEL -yAILE & (^OXS, "FRIDAY, VPRIL "Jβ AT 2 P.M. jCJAMUEL -yAILE & QONSINCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will Sell by Auction at their Land Sale Rooms. 87. Queen.street (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer}, pAPATOETOE. QOMPACT FARM, CONTAINING ! SP-A A- ckes- • Of which 20 are in grass, 2 acres in mixed . bush, and 12 acres rough feed; all fenced . and subdivided; well watered by two neverfailing streams. Together with Fire-roomed' Iron-roofe<l House, and usual Farm Buildings. "PRIDAY, APRIL OO QiAMUEL -yAILE AND QONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKEK, Will Sell by Auction at their Land Sale Rooms, 87, Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer), IN ESTATE OF THE LATE MR MASON, p< R A Z I N G "DUN, COMPRISING 1960 _^ CRF - S JPREEHOLD, 1 AND CKf) ACRES T EASEHOLD, ' Being ALLOTMENT No. 4 F. MAUNGA- ' TAUTARI, 14 miles from Kihiiihi, and 16 , miles from Te Awarnutu. ■1500 Acres are in .-rrnss. The balance is ■ rough feed, with patches of grass. ; The FREEHOLD is 4iow carrying 300 CATTLE, . KAft SHEEr, and ; of) horses. The Leasehold carries TWO HUNDRED ' CATTLE. ■■ The Property is well watered, and ther are 10 miles of fencing. MOSTLY. NEW. The Buildings eoini»rise a Five-roomed . House, Tliree-roomcd Cottage, and all ne ; I ci'ssary Station Buildings. j The Land is admirably adapted for Dairying. HALF THE PURCHASE MONEY MAY LIE ON MORTGAGE AT 5 PER CENT. The sole reSsou this splendid run"is iv' the market is the death of the late Owner, and the Executor's instructions are 10 QUIT J.HB F.BOPEETX. . i

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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