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ATTCTIOKS. ! mO-MORROW (THURSDAY) at 11 o'clock. '. In Bankrupt Estate. W. W. Benjamin. j The undersigned have 'been instructed to : Sell— -|Q DALES STRAW. (UAFF EMI'TY lo SACKS, AND SUNDRIES. RICHARD AND QO. THOS. B. A"RTHUR, Auctioneer. pLEARANCE TCTirKXITCRE g ALE - Also. I -RALANCE OF gECOND-HAXD "pURXITURE. SEIZED BY BAILIFF. rpO-MORROW, rpHURSDAI, NOON, AT 24, CUSTOMS-ST. EAST, W. G. B ASSETT will Sell as above, — 6QFT DINING EXT. TABLE. OTHER '& DIKING AND KITCHEN TABLES. 13 DUCHESS PAIRS. ?.. 4. and S-rlr. Chens. Comb. Chests. SIDEBOARDS. Hall Stand-. Chiffoniers, Bookca:-es. Hall Pedestals. Meat I Safes. C. Poles, etc.. Wasbstamlv. S. AND I D. B.M. I. BEDSTEADS. W.-Wove and I Other Mattresses. Tables. Chairs. Crockery. Pictures, Ice Chest. Sancepane. Kettles. Fancy Tables. Mangle, FIRST-CLASS PHONOGRAPH AND 22 RECORDS. IMPROVED EDISON CONCERT GRAMOI PHONE AXD fill RECORDS (cost £37, only

used few times, No Keserrei, To be followed by— DRAPERY. CLOTHING. HATS. BOOTS AND SHOES. FANCY GOODS. Lace?. Silks, etc., etc., etc. 5u "pRIDAY, A TRIL "Jβ IWO, AT 12 NOON SHARP. * /-IENTRAL riTTY- A LLOTMENT. I QXEHUXGA— pHOICE \LLOTMEXT. lVr X T 'pnoRNES Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale 1 Rooms. S3, Queen-str.-et. j XfHILX PLACE. ClTY.—Grand Freehold I Allotment, having 100 ft. to Emily I Place: suitable for Factory, Warehouse. Mill j or Large Boardinghousc." ' Splendid views, and dose to Fort-street. L.T. Title. Also, G KEY-STREET, ONEHUNGA—FreehoId Level Allotment, 66ft. b.v 160tt.. close 1 NOTE TERMS.—OnIy 10 per cent on fall of hammer: balance at 5 per cent. \ Full particulars of the Auctioned", ' T mHOKXIiS, Hd, QUEEN-SI. "P'RIDAY, A FRIL 1C 1903, AT 12 NOON SHAB-γ. -VJ-T. "pDEX. J? 0 -^- ---5 "rooms. pAKK JJOAD J£AST, Q JJOOMS. TV J rt. I" IjIHOESES Will Sell by Auction at the L3od Sile Rooms, S3, Queen-street, /CORNER NORMANBY ROAD AND EDEN V> STREET. MT. EDEN—Verandah Cottage. 5 rooms, iron roof, gas and water, gas stove, nice hall: wasbhouse, c. and t.. allot. (56 feet by 100 feet: garden, fruit trees, fowl- , house and run, etc. Also, PARK ROAD EAST, PARNELL—Honso, 6 rooms, besides scullery and hatbroom; Iron roof; waehbouse. with copper; range, etc.; level allotment, 33 fact by 110 feet. Full particulars and cards to view cf Auc- ' J tioneer. T mHOKXES, S3, QUEEX-ST. '■ XfRIDAV, A PKIL -Jβ AT 12 NOON SHARP. T IGAR "pLACE—COMPACT RESIDENCE. 6 ROOMS. M R J T HOKXES Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale Rooms, S3, Queeu-st., T IGAR PLACE, close to Grafton Bridge— Well-situated Corner Allotment, witb 40ft frontage to Llstar Place, commanding most extensive and magnificent views. The Residence has 7 rooms, two of which arc 22ft. by 13ft. besides bathroom and scullery; detached wash-house, copper, fiband water; patent w.c; tarred and sanded paths. Only lmin. from Graftun Bridge. Great prospective value. J mi-lORXES, S3, QUEEN-ST. JIBIDAX, A PKiL 1909< AT 12 NOON S-HAKP. "RESIDENCE, n "DOOMS. ■jVTR T mHORNIiS, Instructed by Owner, who Is leaving Au<-U land, will Sell by Auction at ihe Lane Sale Rooms,'B3, yueen-sl., CECIL-KD.. MT. EDEN (2nd »j rlghl from Epsoni-aveuiiei — Superior Ncn Three Bay-window House. H large rooms Diningroom. 22 by 15; Parlour, ::>i by ltfd 6in; bedrooms. IS by I'.itl Gin. Hit tiiu bj — 13ft 6in, etc.; nice entrance hail; jteel am

reeded ceilings: hot and cold water, and gas; tiled grates and hearths; kitchen. IT uj 13£t. with dresser, linen press, wardrobes, expensive gas Httings; verandah front and side; allot.. 6Sft by luOft. iv garden; paths tarred and sanded. A splendid property. Full particulars and cards to view of Auctioneer. T rpHOKSES, 53, QUEEN-SI. -pKIDAY, APRIL "Iβ

AT 12 NOON SHARP. RAHAM-ST., filTl" —CHOKE UESIVJ ~ \J DENCE. -jIJ-R. T mHOIi.NtB Instructed by Owner, who is learing for England, will Sell br Auction -at the Land Sate Rooms. S3. Queen St., •7A GRAHAM.ST., CITY—WeII-bnilt —'V/i Family Residence of S rO'inif. besides bathroom and washtaouse: good timber, and well finished all through: bathroom has shower and plunge, callfnut, and lavatory; patent w.c; range, bay window, tiled hearths, cupboards, linen Dress, verandah and 'balcony, and all modern conveniences. G-raud allotment, with beautiful views. Specially suitable for Goorl Ci.nss Boardinghouse. Cards to view of the Auctioneer. T npHORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. NDER CON DTTT OF Til E RE GISTRAK OF THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND. AT AUCKLAND AT THE REQUEST OF Tlili SECOND MORTGAGE!:. T»ru t muuuXES will Sell t>y rtlb'.ic Auctir-u nt bis Mart situate in SS. Queeu-st.. Auckland, on pRIDAY, THE 30 TH D AY 01 \PRIL, 1000- AT i: O'CLOCK XOO> \ I.L TfIOSE OF LAND. SITU jA. ATED IN I'AUISII OF WAIVFEItA being Allotments 24. 25. 25u, 28, -7. 2511

234. 253, 2r>4. 'Mo, 13, tllld 13a. containing !(24 acres :■! roods and" 2T perches, be tun same a little more or less, sure and excepting certalu loads Intersecting said Allotments 250. 25::, and 254, and ill] of which i tuid lauds will be sold subject to Deed of ! Mortgage No. 15215 aud Memoranda of Mortgage Nos. 27557 aud 27SB<i from 1 Alexander .lobn Hatfleld, ihe Younger, ami iothers to His Majesty the Kiug. securing i payment of the principal snm of One Thousand four Hundred Pounds, with ln- , terest thereon. Conditions of Sale and further particulars of the property can be obtained from the Auctioneers or at the Office of Messrs. Reed and Bailey, 31, Short-lauii-st., Auckland.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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