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[___'. ;, ; ATDpTroNS.'* 1 ;--/;'\' t '! .•=- -:- -rE" Q-°P. I> ' w 5 N ...v --•■:.... jjyOMINION X UCTION" ' JLTABT, . i ■■-:■■ - 167; QUEEN-ST. ,« > /v TO-MORROW (FRTDAY), APRIL 16th, ■■ -'■■- -■- - 1909;-■ "'- "'■- •■■-.,--••■ . ' At 11 o'clock sharp. i X>TJR USUAL 81-WEEKLY SALE. FZfift LOTS OF.KEW ANX» SECONDV uu HAND FURNITURE. ' SIDEBOARDS., Chiffoniers, Hall Stands, Couches, Settees, Card Tables, Cabinets, Pictures," Oil Paintings, Easelsi Pot Stands, Overmantels, ' WARDROBES,, Chests —D.ra-wers, ■ Comb.Chests, Washstands,.'Dressing Tables, Mirrors, Curtains, Blinds, Hearth Rugs, Carpets, Lounges, Wlckerware, Mats DUCHESS PAIRS, Comb. Pairs, Child's Cot, Commodes, . Linen Press, Sewing Machines, Oce. 1 Tables, Fenders 2 H.B.M. ITALIAN BEDSTEADS, S.I. Bedsteads; W.W. Mattresses and Stretchers, Kapok and' other Bedding, Easy Chairs, Blankets, --ORugs,' Sets Ware, Linoleums - KITCHEN DRESSERS, D. & X- Tables, A.B. & Canadiau Chairs, Rockers, Stools Oval Boilers, Gas Grilier, Clocks, Galv. ..Baths, E.P. Ware, Glassware, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils, Sundries, etc. MANGLE, Copper and Stand, Churn, Sets Shelves, Wheelbarrows, Gas .Rings, Meat Safes, Fire Screens, 1 New Win- . Chester .303 Sporting Repeating Rifle, 1 5.8.8.L. Gun, 7 Bicycles, 1 Tricycle, 3 Perambulators. INSPECTION INVITED. ■■ V. D. McIVER. Auctioneer. , rpO-MORROW, ' AT 10.30. ....... Auctioneer, Will sell by auction at the Mart, Victoriaaud Lome sts., J\AIRY PRODUCE — Butter, Eggs, J -' Cheese, Honey, Bacon, Hams. farm produce — 237 bags Swede Turnips, 84 bags Kumaras, 172 bags Potatoes, 73 sacks Pumpkins, Onions. Carrote* etc. POULTRY — Large Supply Roosters, Hens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, etc. VEGETABLES — All kinds In season. FRUIT — 200 cases Apples, Pears, Plums, Tomatoes, Grapes, Capes, etc. GRAIN and SUNDRIES. J. J ONBS - Victoria and Lome sts. WEDNESDAY, A PRIL OQ At 2 o'clock. JjIDBN. GEORGE AND CHARLES STS. SUBSTANTIAL RESIDENCE, ON STONE FOUNDATIONS, Standing in WELL LAID-OUT GROUNDS. T. M ANDEN O JACKSON, Instructed by the owner, will sell by public at their Rooms, Customs-st. ■ lit., on the above date ' T HA FRn.^n C r E n ED ? N( T LY VALUABLE i«nff f KEEHOLD, huving a frontage of J° G « or S e - st - aud v froutage of about 56ft to OUarles-st., by a depth of 120 ft ft,?£ Mount Eden, tastefully laid out in garden, lawn, etc., tarred and shelled paths together with the FIRST-CLASS RESIDE.VCE of 8 ROOMS, replete with all conveniences; drawing-room 18 x 13, bay, flreplace; dining room 21 x 14, bay, gas Bre, tiled henrth, study, nre, French windows to verandah; 4 bedrooms, kitchen, Orion ranee HIGH PRESSURE BOILER; bathroom bath and basin, h. and c. water; 2 verandahs; Venetian blinds. Everything In tip top condition. BEAUTIFUL, VIEWS. The Property is Flagged. IOST AND FOUND. 4? -J REWARD.—Lost, Quart* Pendant: °-' J - D.AI. on front.—Finder will receive above reward on returning to D. Moraghau EUerslle. qq &/ REWARD—Lost, week ago, Rimless **'- Eyeglasses, in case, with small chain guard.—Please leave at Star Omce. 2a JJEWARD for Information to recovery of j*-" Ptig Dog, 11 months; anyone detaining after this will be prosecuted.—Duttou 173, Uobsou-st. (jg J OST, on Monday night, on railway wharr Scarf Pin.—Apply Furd HiU, Fruiterer. Ponsomby-rd. J OST, between Hobson-st. and Devonportj • LJ a Gold Jledul; name of owner ou back.—Reward to 101, Hobson-st. 47 J OST, at EHerslle, Easter Monday, Neck--U let, with gold heart, set with pearls and sapphires.—Bewaird at A.M.P. Society , ' 43 J OST. on s.s. Ngapuhi, or wharf "on Tues■L*' day night. Gold Cable Bangle. Heword.—Miss Stafford, 27, Wellesley-st. E. 59 J OST, Monday morning, m Klngsland car, Lndy's Purse; money, receipts, etc.— Apply Mrs. Barratt, 2nd Avenue Kingslantl. ' - ' 37 LOST, Wednesday, between Epsom <iud Newmarket, Bunch of Keys; reward.— Clement Cuff, comer Claude and Main rds., Epsom. . ■ 57 LOST, In D.lO train from Onehungn, last evening, a Parcel, containing 1 pair boots.—Finder kindly leave at Star Office. Hev.-ard. 73 J OST Thursday last, from s.s. Orewa -»-• (Arkle's Bay trip) Locked Brown Leather Handbag and Contents; reward.—Ap. ply Star Office. J OST, Gold Olivine Southern Cross ■v Brooch, between St. Sepulchre's and Eden Terrace. Reward,—Mrs. Beedell, Eden Terrace. . ' '- ",' OST, April Bth, £1 1/4—Would little boy who picked it up kludly Return to Mrs. Wilson, Fruiterer, Mt. Eden, where it was shown? Reward. O.ST, on Waikato train, Cheque No" 779772, £9 14/, dated April 5, drawn on Mr. Kallender, Government Imprest account, payable J. Buckley; payment stopped.—Apply J. Buckley, Tuakau," Onewhero. 88 EFT on the rocks, near Wynyard Pier, last Thursday, Camera.—Finder please leave same at Star Office. Reward. 34 WILL .the Person who was seen to pick up Oxidised Silver Belt In the rooms upstairs at EUerslie, ou Tuesday, kindly return to Mrs. Gallagher, Caterer, to save further trouble? STOLEN, on Racecourse, Cheque for £19, No. 821427, 8.N.Z., drawn by F. Henwood in favour of E. Whitehead. Payment stopped. This is warning the public not to deal with It.—F. Heuwood. FOUND, - by _ Ring, in case—Apply Star Office. FOUND, about end of March, a Bag containing gum; owner can have same ou applylug lo No. 33, Ireland-st, Ponsonby. If riot claimed within 0 days will be sold 66 MEETINGS. rnAUPIRI COAL MINES, LIMITED. Noßce is hereby given that the Annual •Ordinary General Meeting of the Tauplri Coal Mines, Limited, will be held in the Chamber of Commerce, Swansou-st., Aucklaud, on MONDAY, the 36th day of April, 1009, at 2 o'clock p.m., for the following purposes:— To receive and consider the Directors' Report, the Auuuiil Statement of Accounts and Balance-sheet and the ■ . Report of the Auditor thereon. To sanction the Declaration of a Dividend, and to transact the other ordinary business of the Compauy. Notice is also given that the Transfer Books of the Company will be closed from the 19th April to the 26th April, 1009 both days inclusive. By Order of the Board. J. FOTHERINdHAM, Secretary. PIANOS, Horizontal and Upright, Broadwood, Bluthncr, Erard, Pieyel, Lipp, Eavestaff, Allison. — E. and F. Piano Agency, Ltd. AND F. PIANO AGENCY, LTD.. are h' showing the Finest' Stock of Pianos and Organs Id N.Z. Compare Our Price Lists. '•"¥ j XjUJR NECKLETS AND MUFFS, New -*- Goods and Choicest Lot in" town'; keen- ' eet prices, at UUSHBROOK AND BRIDG-

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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