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AUCTIONS. "P".RIDAY, A PRIL "Jg 1009, AT 12 NOON SHARP. /CENTRAL /~IITY— A LLOTMENT. | /-VNEHUNGA—/CHOICE A LLOTMENT. I M B T r HORNES i Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale Rooms, 83, Queen-street, EMILY PLACE, ClTY—Grand Freehold Allotment, having 100 ft. to Emily Place; suitable for Factory Warehouse, Mill or Large Boarding-house. Splendid views, and close to Fort-street. L.T. Title. Also, GREY-STREET, OXEHUNGA-Freehold Level Allotment, 66ft. by 165 ft.. close to trams; extensive views; rich volcanic soli. NOTE TERMS.—OnIy 10 per cent on fall of hammer; balance at o per cent. Full particulars o£ the Auctioneer, J rpHOUNES, S3, QUEEN-ST. TTMIIDAY, A PRIL "J (1 1903, AT 12 NOON SHARP. 1\T T " fr , ' DE:N '' ~!\TORM.ANBY T>OAD, 5R°°MS' "DARK TJOAD "pAST, n "DOOMS. TV! K. f mHORNES Will Sell by Auction nt the Land Sale Rooms, 83, Queen-street, CORNER NO-RMANBY ROAD AND EDEN STREET, MT. EDEN—Verandah Cottage, 5 rooms, iron roof, gas and water, gas stove, nice hall; washhouse, c. and t., allot. 66 feet by 100 feet; garden, fruit trees, fowlhouse and run, etc. Also, PARK ROAD EAST, PARNELL— House, 6 rooms, besides scullery and bathroom; iron roof; washhouse, with copper; range, etc.; level allotmeut, 33 feet by 110 feet. Full particulars and cards to view of Auctioneer. T rT\HORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. F RIDAY, A PRIL 16? AT 12 NOON SHARP. 1 T IGAR -pLACE—COMPACT RESI- ' DENCE, 6 ROOMS. j TV/TR. J rjMIORNES I Will Sell by Auction nt the Land Sale Rooms, S3, Queen-st., LIGAR PLACE, close to Grafton Bridge— Well-situated Corner Allotment, with 40ft frontage to Ligar Place, commanding most extensive and magnificent views. The Residence has 7 rooms, two of which are 22ft by 13ft. besides bathroom and scullery; detached wash-house, copper, tub.--.,

and water; patent w.c; tarred and sanded! paths. Duly lmin. from Grafton Bridge. Great prospective value. T rrUIORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. : -pRIDAY, A PRIL "I O AT 12 NOON SHARP. GRAHAM-ST., /-11T1'—CHOICE RESI- ; vJ DENCE. I TVTR- T miIORNES Instructed by Owner, who Is leaving for England, will Sell by Auction at the Laud Sale Rooms, S3, Queen-st., f>n GRAIIAM-ST., OITY—WeII-built ■■ "t Family Residence of 8 rooms, besides bathroom and washhouse; good timber, and well finished all through; bathroom lias shower and plunge, califont, and lavatory; patent w.c; range, bay window, tiled hearths, cupboards, linen Dress, verandah and balcony, and all modern conveniences. Grand allotment, with beautiful views. Specially suitable for Good Class Boardinghouse. Cards to view o£ the Auctioneer. T /TUIOKNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. TjMHDAY, A PRIL -j t> AT 12 NOON SHARP. TTOUSE, a "DOOMS, T INCOLN fJT. ■vtr T r p HORNES Instructed by the owner, who is leaving for Sydney, will Sell by Auction, at the Land Sale Rooms, 83. Queen-st., 9 LINCOLN-STREET, Ponsonby, close to ♦ Ponsonby-rd.. neat verandah House of 6 rooms, bathroom, washhouse with copper and tubs; gas', water; lrou roof; all in good order and couditlon. Practically without reserve. Full particulars of the Auctioneer— T rniIORNES, S3, QUEEN-ST. ■pAPATOETOE. gATURDAY, M AY ± AT 12 NOON. The undersigned have received Instructions from MESSRS McLARNON BROS., who ■ have sold their property, to Sell on the ' Farm, THE WHOLE OF THEIR LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. 40 Choice Young Cows, in milk and to s calve July, August, and September 11 Yearling to Two-year-old Heifers, by Jersey bull ;. 1 Jersey Bull, 2 Pigs 3 Heavy Draught Mares, 4yrs to 6yrs, with foals nt foot and stinted to Glen Tui 3 Heavy Draught Geldings, 4ys to 6yrs old, solid workers 3 Light Harness Geldings, reliable and good 2 Heavy Draught ''■"earlings, by Glen Tui 1 Yearling Colt bj Explosion Farm Wagon, up to 2 tons, and Harness Spring Tip Cart and Harness 2 Gigs and Harness

Reaper and Binder (Massev-Harris). Mowing Machine (Massey-llarris), Hay Rake, 11 Coulter Drill (Masseyllarris), Corn Shelter, Platform Scales up to 7cwt, D.F. Plough (Wallace), S.F. Plough (Masseyllarris), 2 Disc Rotary Ploughs (Deere), Scarifier nnd Moulder. Disc Harrows. 3 Sets Tine Harrows, Drag Harrows, Iron Roller. 3 and 4-horse Swingletrees, Wheelbarrow, Ladders, Churns, Butter Box. Dairy Utensils. 2 20gal. and 9 12gnl. Mills Cans, Fencing Posts, Barbed Wire, Wire Netting 700 Drain Pipes 80 Sacks Good Barley 11 tous Basic Slag and Bones 40 Tons First-class Oaten Sheaves 2 Stacks Hay, about 50 tons 50 Sheets 10ft Corrugated Iron .300 Empty Sacks 100 Head Poultry Garden aud Drnlniug Tools, Sundries Household Furniture, etc., etc. Luncheon Provided. A Brake will meet the 6.50 a.m. train from Mercer, and also the 10 a.m. express train from Auckland, at Otahuhu. * LFRED "pUCKLAND AND g°* s - Auctioneers. /COUNTRY gALES. HELENSVILLE—WEDNESDAY, April 14 POKENO—MONDAY, April 19. RUNCIMAN—WEDNESDAY, April 21. PUKEKOHE EAST—Clearance Sale of Mr W B Bayly's Live and Dead Stock— SATURDAY, April 24. PUKEKOHE—MONDAY, April 26. ! ONEWHERO—Clearance Sale of Mr M. Poland's Live and Dead Stock— TUESDAY. April 27 PAPATOETOE —Clearance Sale of Messrs McLarnon Bros.' Live and Dead Stock —SATURDAY. May 1 WAIUKU—SATURDAY, May 1 WELLSFORD—MONDAY. May 3 ALFRED BUCKLAND AND SONS Anatirytwra ■

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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