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;: " AUCTIONS. V T OUIS . T EWIS AT "V-O. rjQ TTARANGAIIAPE. TTJD." ' 7S, KARANGAHAPE-RD., NEWTON (NEXT FORESTEKS' HALL) rpO-MORRQW fpO-MQRROW, SATURDAY, AT ONE O'CLOCK. rnHE BALANCE OF STOCK-IN-TRADE J- OF LONDON AND PARIS JEWELLERY AND CLOTHING CO., including— ■HOOD FIREPROOF SAFE, COUNTER SHOP FIXTURES, ■ First-class WindowFitting. Also. FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND JEWELLERY, including lo and IS ct. Jewellery, Watches Alberts, Kings, Pins, Guards. Bangles, 'Triukets. Muff Chains. Diamond Rings, Pins, Gem Rings, Clocks, Fancy Goods. Also. ' 8 VERY' FINE OPPOSSUM RUGS, Umbrellas, Shirts, Underwear, Clothing, Hosiery, Revolver, Portmanteaux, Bags Fancy Vests, and Gen. Sundries. This is a Legitimate Clearing Sale, and commences at ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. JKWIS, Auctioneer, House Salesman, and Valuer. Jit 0 ™ AT "JNNE'LLAN." TRAFALGAR-ST.. NEAR ROYAL OAK TO RESIDENTS OF EPSOM, ONEHUNGA Etc., Etc. .jyjjQiNDAY, ]_QTH I ' AT 12 O'CLOCK. The undersigned has been favoured with instructions from WARREN BLYTH, ! Esq. (who has sold his property), to Sell by Auction at the residence, on tie above date, rpH'E VALUABLE FURNITURE AND - 1 - HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, Including:— MAGNIFICENT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO by "Fenrich," handsome and rich-toned Instrument VERY SUPERIOR VELVET PILE CARPET, 14 x. 13 4-fold Jap. Silk Screen ISVS WA LNUT MUSIC CANTERBURY JGILT OVAL WALL MIRROR Rattan Occ. and Other Tables 20 PAIRS LACE CURTAINS Chesterfield and Other Arm Chairs VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS, by English and other Artists RARE AND VALUABLE OLD GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK, by BUCHAN, Perth (in perfect order) £??££ ALMOST .YEW STAIR CARPET MARBLE TOP RIMU HALL STAND CARVED HALL CHAIRS LARGE MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, with Burr Totara Fronts SUPERIOR BAGATELLE TABLE (complete), with Balls, etc. LARGE OPOSSUM CARRIAGE RUG MASSIVE MARBLE CLOCK LARGE WALNUT OVERMANTEL ■RIMU BOOKCASE, with Double Glass Doors FIRE-PROOF IRON SAFE, Dy LUCAS, ENGLAND. •DINING TABLE, 6x4, Leather Couch Brass Fenders and Brasses Dinner Service, Crockery. Glassware Carpet Squares, Wool and Other Mats Large Mirror Door Wardrobes. M.K. fronts SUPERIOR DUCHESS PAIR LARGE RIMU WARDROBE B.ILJD. and S-l. Bedsteads. Stretchers, Matj tresses, Pillows, Kitchen I>resser, lias Griller, A.B.W. aud other Chairs, Kitchen "Furnishings and Utensils SUPERIOR PLATFORM SCALES, 3ewt j Large Mangle, Wringer, 2 Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers, Croquet Set, Verandah Seat, Large Twin Iron Garden Roller, Quantity Wire Netting, Grindstore, Garden Tools. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS IN GREAT VARIETY. SALE—MONDAY, litt-h MARCH, 12 NOON. Trams to Royal Oak, thence Trafalgar-Sty Oa View Morning of Sale from nine o'clock. T UOIS J" EWIS, AUCTIONEER, HOrSE AND BUSINESS SALESMAN. /CLEARANCE XpURNITURE Q<ALE At " RYECROFT " ROARDINGHOU.S'E, 223, HOBSON-ST., MONDAY, A PRIL IQ, AT 11 A.M ■«- . Xt} ' SHARP. L, ASD R. W ALLIS - Having been instructed by MRS. MATHISON, who is leaving Auckland, the following day, will Sell as albove, THE WHOLE CONTENTS OF AN 11ROOMED HOUSE. Almost New; only been in use since Christmas; absolutely without reserve. ■Full Particulars in Saturday's "Star." A. E. MACREDIE, Auctioneer. , .—, T)ALGETY AND /COMPANY, T TD. I F RIDAY, 3QTH J^AA AT pHAMBER OF /COMMERCE, I SWANSON-ST.. AUCKLAND, AT 3 O'CLOCK. j TMPORTANT QIALE OF RA "DUSINESS AND TDESIDENTIALI CHTES AT "piRANKTON JUNCTION. T)ILGETY AND pO.. T TD., have received instructions from Messrs. Tompkins and Corufoot to Sell by Public Auction on Friday. 30th April, 1909, at the Chamber of Commerce, Swanson-st., Auckland, at 3 o'clock, KA SECTIONS, CONTAINING FROM OU' ONE ROOD TO TWO ACRES, AT FRANKTON JUNCTION. This Sail offers a splendid opportunity for acquiring Sections at Plankton, which is one of the most important railway junctions in the Dominion, being the junction of AUCKLAND. WELLINGTON, ROTORUA, AND GOLD-FIELDS Lines. Terms: 10 per cent on the, fall of the hammer; 10 per cent in orte month after sale; 13 per cent In 6 mouths; balance at 0 per cent for two years. Plans and all further particulars, apply to— -T) ALGETY AND /COMPANY, T TD. CUSTOMS-ST. EAST, AUCKLAND, pOOI* AND QKCHARD, " Auctioneers, 14, VICTORIA-fc'T. E. On FRIDAY, the 7th DAY OF JAAY, 1900, At 12 o'clock noon. Under Conduct 1 of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, at Auckland, acting at the request of the Mortgagees. MESSRS POOLE AND ORCHARD Will sell by public auction, at their Auction Mart. 14. Victorla-st. East, on the above date, A LL THAT PIECE OF LAND, being Al£l- lotment nine of Section Thirty-sis of the City of Auckland, having a fioutage of S2 links' to Wakeiield-st. by a depth of 114 links, together with the Buildings thereon erected. Splendid Factory site and buildings. Full particulars may be had, and the conditions of sale inspected at the office of thfc Auctioneers. C. H. POOLE, Auctioneer. INSURANCE. YEW ■ ZEALAND TNSURANCE " pOMPANY, X IMITED. ' . FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT, GUARANTEE, PLATE GLASS, ' BURGLARY, LIVE STOCK. capital. £1,500,000 PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE. AND . RE-INSURANCE FUND ; Jg'TQK AAA CLAIMS MET WITH PROMPTITUDE AND LIBERALITY. Fire and Marine Branch: y. - ••■ G. N. PIERCE, Manager. Accident Branch: H. A. MARRINER, Manager,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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