. AUCTIONS. J OUIS TEWIS AT JJIS Jj^ABT, mO-MOBROW—TXfEDNESDAY— mO-MORROW. AT 12 O'CLOCK. , TVALANCE OF C3AFES, IN MOST USEFUL SIZES, j QEVERAL /"OFFICE mABLES, TRESES Also, — 30 DELICIOUSLY AYARM CARRIAGE AND MOTOR FUR RUGS 23 HANDSOME SPECIMEN MATS in CHOICE FUR SKINS Also, — SEVERAL PIANOS, 10 OIL PAINTINGS, LEA. DINING SUITE, Couches, HANDSOME DUCH. PAIRS (some with Mart). Top), Lg. SIDEBOARDS, 4 CHIFFONIERS, WARDROBES, Combination Chests, Chests Drawers, 4 Dining Tables aud Chairs, Tab. Cloths, Lace Curtains, 3 Gent.'s Bicycles, 3 Go-Carts 1 HANDSOME CASE OF KAUBI GUM SPECIMENS 1 Lg. Mangle. Portable Coppers, Lawn Mowers, Carpet Sqs,----40 New Design Ilea. Rugs, Mats Linoleum. Steps. Basketware, HALL STANDS. HANDSOME JAPANESE CABINET, Bric-a-brac. E.P. Ware, Cutlery, B.M. Bedsteads, Bedding iv Variety, Brass Fenders, Coal Boxes 300 PCS. PLATE GLASS, in lots to suit purchasers. T OUIS X EWIS, Auctioneer, House and Business Salesman, and Valuer. AT THE "DEOPLE'S A UCTION M ABT. ' 75. QUEEN-STREET (next Smeeton's> TO-MORROW AT 11 A.M. AND 2 P.M. .CONTINUATION SALE OF COUNTRY STOREKEEPER'S STOCK, consisting of DRAPERY, Fancy Goods. E.-P. Ware. Jewellery, Watches, Field Glasses, etc., etc. E. BLACK. Auctioneer. 69 "P ri OODWIN, mO-iIORKOW, AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP. CORNER MOONTAIN-BD. AND RUS-SE'LL-ST., REMUERA Under Instructions from MRS. ORANGE, will Sell as anove, mHE WHOLE OF HER HOUSEHOLD -L FURNITURE, TROTTING STOCK, GIGS, HARNESS, SULKIES, ETC., As under:— SITTING-ROOM.—Overmantle, Marble Clods, Platform Rockers, Settee, Occ. Tables, "Whatnots, Black and Gold Hanging Lamp, Wicker Chairs, Vases, Pictures, Pastel Paintings, Epergne, E.P. Ware, Plaques, Carpet Square, Wool Mats. DININGROOM.—<Lge. Dining Table, Canadian Chairs, Ohiffonier, A.B. Chairs, Mirrors, Overmantle, Pictures, Hanging Lamp, Hearth Rugs, Platform Rocker, Couch, Fen- : der and Brasses, Curtains, Blinds, Linoleums, Mats. HALL—Large Hallstand, Pictures, Carpet Runner, Plaques, Lluo., Cuair, Door iSlips. THREE BEDROOMS.—Duchess Pairs, B.M. Bedsteads, Chest Drawers, Sets Ware, W. Mattresses and Stretchers, Bedding, Chairs, Washstands, Carpets, Linoleums. KITCHEN AND YARD.—Two Tables, Chairs, Clock, Fender, Coal Vase. Milk Cans, Churn, Galv. Baths, Copper and Stand, Meat Safe, Buckets, Cutlery, Glassware, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils, Sundries, etc. Also, THE WELL-KNOWN TROTTING HORSES, Viz:— MAUD G., by Vola Clair, jxyrs old; winner of scTeral important races; with engagements at Wanganui. QUE'EIN ANNE, by King Georgethoroughbred mare, syrs old; winner at last meeting; with engagements at Wanganul. PACING PONY TRICKIE GIRL, by Dayntree, 4yrs old; quiet for lady to drive. 1 First-class Cow, calved six weeks ago; splendid milker. 2 'Sows, half Tamworth and Berkshire; 2 Barrows; 20 Fowls. 1 Rubber-tyred Pony Trap, practically new; leather spring, cushions, lamps, etc.; has been used three times. 1 Pneumatic Racing Sulky, up-to-date; built by Bryant and Co., Christchureh. 1 Wooden-wheeled Trotting Sulky, practically new. Boys' Saddle and Bridie, complete, in splendid order; 1 Exercising Saddle, silvermounted, nearly new; 3 Urldles, 1 Set Sulky Harness, 1 Set Trap Harness, 3 Leather Head Collars, several Horse Covers and Sheets, 2 Trotting Hobbles, Boots, Check Reins; Trotting Requisites of every description; 4 large Feed Bins, Scythe, Wheelbarrows, Carpenters' Tools, Hay Forks and Rakes, large Pulley Wheel, Crosscut Saw, 3 Rolls Wire Netting, 1 Coll Barbed Wire, 2 Colls Fencing Wire, Stack Timber, Pig ■Sty, 2 laTge Stacks of Hay, Garden Sundries, etc. Corner of Mountaln-rd. and Russell-st., opposite Mr. Cheeseman's, Remuera. V. D. McIVER. Auctioneer. TpBIDAY, APBILIg IgjAMUEL -VfAILE & X; ONS ' INCORPOBATING WABD BAKEB, Will sell by auction, at their Land Sale Rooms, BT, Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer,), TTNRESERVED DALE OF THE O U N N V B A N X Tf» S T A T E, TUrOUNT 'pDEN. Consisting of QC ALLOTMENTS OF RICH VOLCANIC OXJ LAND, FREE FROM STONE. From SUNNYBANK a MAGNIFICENT PANORAMA is obtained, extending from • RANGITOTO to the WAITAKEfREI RANGES, and nearly all the country between. This extensive view can NEVER BE BUILT OUT. Northerly aspect. The Allotments are convenient to the Mt, Eden Car, and will be sold upon THE EASIEST OF EASY TERMS, As follows:— 4? -j A DEPOSIT, jp -J A IN THREE MONTHS, jp -J A IN SIX MONTHS, Balance in three years, at the low rate of £L/ 0 Per cent. The first few Lots will he Sold ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. CALL FOR PLANS. OAMUEL -yAILE & £|.ONS, LAND AUCTIONEERS. TJVRIDAY, A PRIL -| g AT 2 P.M. CJAMUEL -yAILE jk gJ.ONSINCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will Sell by Auction at their Land Sale Rooms, 87, Queeu-street (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer), •pAPATOETOE. /"COMPACT FARM, CONTAINING 34y 4 A CEES - 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 Five-roomed Iron-roofed House, __d usual Eaiic Buildings. X i
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