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AUCTIONS. 7 TfIUBNITUHE. "pUBNITUBE. KfiA LOTS OF NEW AND SECOND«OU HAND KITCHEN UTENSILS, OFFICE FURNISHINGS, GBAMAPHONE AND 22 RECORDS AT THE pOPULAB A UCTION J^ABT, 24, CUSTOMS-STREET EAST. mO-MORBOW, - .... ■pBIDAY, A PKILa-JjCJTH, 1 P.M. W. G. IJASSETT Will sell as above, SINGLE, Double, and J 8.M.1. BEDSTEADS (2 very superior) Wire-wove and other MATTRESSES Handsome CABINET and other DUCHESS PAIRS Superior BEACONSFIELD and other WARDROBES Combination and other CHESTS DRAWERS (3, 4, and 5 drawers) . .. 4ft, 4ft 6in, and sft SIDEBOARDS (to suit all pockets) Chiffoniers, Hall Stands, Bedroom SUITE of 3 pieces, Dining TABLES, both EXTENSION and Permanent Kitchen Tables, Washstand and Dress Tables, LINOLEUM, Oilcloth Kitchen UTENSILS in large variety Dresses, Meat Safes, Tea and Dinner SETS, Toilet Sets, E.P. Cruets GRAMOPHONE and 22 Records . A.B. and other Chairs, OFFICE TABLE Chairs, COPY PRESS on Cabinet, Gas Heater, and a host of Sundries, too numerous to mention. Also, 4 BICXCLES, loft TANGYE WORM BLOCK, Large GOVERNOR, etc., etc. NOTE THE POPULAR HOUR OF COMMENCEMENT. 1 P.M. SHARP. 27 AN ART -pEAST. TONES AND r^OLBMAN'S Well known Choice Collection of JJIGH-CLASS piCTUBES TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION At jgMITH AND TTALCOMBE'S TVTABT, -yiCTOKIA gTRBET TQAST, SALE WILL BE- CONTINUED mO-MOBBOW, TJVRIDAY. COMMENCING AT 12 O'CLOCK, NO RESERVE. TEEMS CASH. NOW ON VIEW. INSPECTION INVITED. A JJIOUR yXfEEKS , TJURING-OUI CIALE Of JONES AND COLEMAN'S PHOTOGRAPHIC QTOCK, 'Purchased at a Big Discount by the N.Z. Photo. Goods Co., is now proceeding at JONES AND COLEMAN'S PREMISES, 144, QUEEN-ST., Auckland. TO-MORROW, 11 o'clock. On Account of Owner leaving Auckland. 1D.8.8.L. GUN, by S. Jackeon, Nottingham, in ease, with fittings 1 5.8.8. Gun, 1 Revolver and Case, 1 Stockwhip, 1 Gold Band Ring, 1 Gold Filled Gent.'s Watch (hunter), in good order, 2 dozen Cutlery. TDICHARD i BTHUR AND p<O. THOS. B. ARTHUR. Auctioneer. I TfIRUIT. TjmUIT. XpBUIT. J SALES DAILY. AT 10 A.M. YyAITEMATA JtBUITGBOWEBS , p<O-O?. QOCIETY, HIGH-ST. AT JJI3 j^ART, -^β— TjmiDAY. AT 11 O'CLOCK. 1 0,00. L OTS GENERAL HOUSEHOLD -LUUU FURNISHINGS, FUR RUGS, SPECIMEN MATS, GUN, KAURI GUM SPECIMENS. 1 AMERICAN ADJUSTABLE LOUNGE or Invalid Chair, 30 positions, cost 25gns. 1 Invalid Chair for outside use Fireproof Safes, Cutler Desks, Carpets, Dining Tables, Beasteads, and Bedding. Please Call and Inspect. Impossible to enumerate. All Unreserved Goods. T OUIS T EWIS. Auctioneer, House and Business Salesman, and Valuer. L. AND R. w AIjLIS, 40, ELLTOTT-ST. *(Near City Market). rpo-aioKß'ow (Friday), -i^oon. POULTRY, (Full Pens), PIG'S, (FRUIT AND FIELD PRODUCE, FURNITURE. A. E. MACREDTE, Auctioneer. -piTONITURE QALE At " RYECRO'FT " BOARDINGiHOUS'B 223, ,HO'BSON-ST., A PRIL -| Q , AT 11 A.M -UK -TV. J_i7, .SHARP. L. AND R W ALUS - Having ibeen instructed by MRS. MATHISON, who is leaving Auckland, the following day, will Sell as above, fHHE WHOLE CONTENTS OF AN 11- --- ROOMED HOUSE, .Almost New; only .been in use since Christmas; absolutely without reserve. (Full Particulars in Saturday's "Star." A. E. MACREDIE, Auctioneer. rpO-MORROW, FRIDAY, APRIL Iβ. AT DURHAM YARDS. The undersigned will sell, 6 HEAVY AND MEDIUM DRAUGHT HORSES; Rood trials 5 LIGHT SPRING CART SORTS; brake trials CHESTNUT MARE, 5 years, good hack BROWN MARE, 4 years, single or double harness, very quiet BAY MARE, 4 years, by Matchless, broken to chains and saddle BAY PONY, very auiet Also, SPRING CARTS, BUGGIES, SULKIES, etc. HARNESS AND SADDLERY ■JJEW 2 EAI ' AND T, OAN AND M- EKCAKTILE A GENCY f\o., T TD., ii; :H. P; NOLAN, Auctioneer. >-/ : j

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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