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AUCTIONS. : rpO-MORROW. mHURSDA.Y, OTH A PRID. AT 2.30 P.M. ■ ; jf. .\- Xo RESERVE." , " - .pEO. fiJAYERS, AUCTIONEER. DDRHAM-ST. EAST, Acting under instructions from the City Council, will Sell by Public Auction at his Land Sale Rooane, DURHAM-ST. (for rcinovali. pOTTAGE, 4 rooms and. scullery. No. 17, GKAFTON-RD.; iron roof, new Nicholls stove, register grate, brick chimneys, etc. To be removed within 14 days from date of sale.

TERMS—CASH. Also, On Behalf of Owner. BUILDINGS FOR REMOVAL. pUSTOMS YX~EST. Close to Parker and Lamb's. Qn"ART,ES. (ART SHED. AND OTHER ! BUILDINGS. Some first-class Timber j and Bricks, aud all roofed with iron, 7ft and K'ft. In good order. Scores of sheets of good iron; also good Tump. Buildings will b« sold in three lots. The whole must be cleared off the ground within 14 days from date of. sale.

T OUIS T E-WIS AT TTIS TVTART, COR. VICTORIA AND LORNE STS. rpO-MOKROW, rpHURSDAT—Srh APRIL—mHURSDAT AT 11.30 O'CLOCK. TO COUNTRY VISITORS AND OTHERS. 1 Large Case Specimen Kauri Gum 1 SUP. FIRE-PROOF SAFE, by "Dix," 1 SUP." FIH&-PROOF SAFE, by "Tann," ■very heavy 0 TITAN FIRE-PROOF SAFES, in most useful sizes, with and without drawers 1 30in TITAX SAFE, very commodious 3 EMPIRE F.P. SAFES. THE ABOVE ARE NOW ON VIEW. 20 OPOSSUM CARRIAGE AND MOTOR RUGS i Oak Cutle-r Writing Desks 1 Office Desk, with Drawers and Glass 'Screen 1 No. 7 Remington Standard Typewriter, new 1 No. 4 Yos-t Standard Typewriter 1 l'ennslyvania Lawn Mower; three other Lawn Mowers 5 Saratoga and Cabin Trunks, 3 Bags Also. 1 SUPERIOR NEW ENGLISH PIANO, by Xord: full upright grand, tricord, rich tone 5 Second-hjnd Pianos 50 ARTICLES OF NEW JEWTLLERY 2." Xew Design Hea. Rugs 5 Carpets. 3 Corridor Rugs, Linoleums 10 VERY HANDSOME OIL PAINTINGS N.Z. Scenery 3 Good Sewing Machines Violin. Cornet, Flute 18x4 BEST ENGLISH SLATE BET Billiard Table, with complete outfit, bj Couderoy and Bland. X OL"IS T EWIS, Auctioneer, House and Business Salesman, and Valuer. \N ART TmEAST. JONES AND /"I OLEM AX ' I Well known Choice Collection of TT IGH-CLASS "pICTURE! TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION At QMIIH AND TTALCOMBES "ATARI -y-ICTORIA gTREET J£AST, On rpHURSDAY AND A^EST COMMENCING EACH DAY AT 12 O'CLOCK. NO RESERVE. TERMS CASH. XOW OX VIEW. INSPECTION IXVITED. CMITH AND TTALCOiIBE, AUCTIONEERS. VICTORIA-STREET EAST. G.B. O EMOXD,

Acting under iustructions received from the Owner, who is leaving the district, will \ Sell b.v Public Auction at his Booms, 159, Quecn-st., next to National Bank, on APRIL f)O AT 3 r.M., ABSOIyUTELX WITHOUT RESERVE.

mHAT MAGNIFICENT PROPERTI - 1 - KNCnTS AS •• WfflTBT VIDLA." I SITUATED IN lIAMILTON-KD.. FIRST ON THE LEFT OFF JEBVOIS-KD., PONSUN Bl". The residence contain? 7 large rooms, wide entrance nail, conservatory, pantry. I scullery. bathroom, califont, storeroom, and all necessary convenience?: verandah on two sides. The timber is guaranteed all heart of kauri, and the foundations are of brick. The outhouses comprise coachhouse, " stable, and summeruouse. ■ There is nearly ONE ACRE OF LAND. • having a frontage of 132 ft to Hamilton-rd.. " by a depth of 287 ft 10in southern boundary and 27lit 3i'n on northern boundary, being c Lot 22. subdivision of Allot. S. section S. ;'suburbs of Auckland. The grounds are thp ; I most picturesque in Pousonby. and are laid ;|oiit in beautiful lawns, garden, a number -! of mugninoeut full grown Eugiisn and t native trees, also splendid orchard. The : soil has been we'l worked, and is very , ; prnductive. Splendid views of the harbour. Suitable for subdividing into three good .. I serious. . j "IP , R QSJIOXD, AUCTIONEER, 130. QUEE.V-ST. (Next to Natioual Bank). I

m O W N OF X I IT I X I H I. It is hereby notified that Lots 50, 60 61. 64. each one acre, will be Offered for Sale by Pubiic Auction at the District Lands Office. AueUlaud on FKIDAY. 7th May. 1009, .it 11 a.m. Upset price per lot, £23 The owner of the fences ou the lots wil be allowed oue month from date of sal< for removal. Poster piaus ou application. JOHN STRAUCHON", Commissioner of down Lands.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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