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j: ■ AUCTIONS. .-'■■ ■ ..-■■-"-. TOUIS T EWIS - -AT "yNXELLAi*." TRAiFA'LGAR-'ST.. NE-AR ROYAL" OAiK. TO -RESIDENTS OF EPSOM, ONEHUXGA : ' Etc., Etc. TyrOStDAY, -j QTH - - AT 12 O'CLOCK. Tie undersigned has been -fsjvouTed wlttt : instructions from WARREN BJJYTH. Esq. (who has sold His property), to Sell by Auction at the residence, on the above dale, rr\ECE VA'LUABtUE FURNITURE JLND -L . HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, Including;--MAG-NtfFICENT UPKIGiHT GEi2JD PIA3JO By "Feurich," handsome and' rich-toned Instrnment ' ■ VERY SUPERIOR VELVET PILE CARBET, 14 x 13 4-fold Jap. Silk Screen .«..;' INLAID -WAtLNUT 'MUSIC" CANTERBURY GILT. OVAL WALL MIRROR ' Rattan Occ. and Other Tables 20 PAIRS LACE CURTAINS 'Chesterfield an-d Other Arm Chairs . ; VAXrUABTJE OIL PAINPEiGS, by Englisli and other Artists RARE AND" VALUABSLE OLD GRANDFAIVBCBR'S CLOCK, by BUCHAN, Perth (in perfect order) 16YDS ALMOST NEW STAIR CARPET MAKBX-β T-O'P RIMU HAtL STAND CARVED HALL CHAIRS iLABG-E SIDEBOARD, with Burr Totara Fronts SUtPERIOR BAGATELLE TABTiE' (complete), with Balls, etc. LARGE OPOSSUM CARRIAGE RUG ' (MASSIVE MARBiLE CLOCK LARGE WALNUT OVERMANTEL ~ , ■RIMU BOOKCASE, with Double Glass Doors FIRE-PROOF IRON SAFE, Dy LUCAS, ENGLAND. 'DINING TABLE, 6x4, Leather Couch Brass iFenders and Brasses Dinner Service, Crockery, Glassware Carpet Squares, Wool and Other Mats Large Mirror Door Wardrobes, M.K. fronts SUPERIOR DUCHESS PAIR LARGE RDMU WARDBOSE . B.M.D. and S.I. Bedsteads, Stretchers, Mattresses, Pillows, Kitchen Dresser, Gas Grlller, A.B.W. and other Chairs, Kitchen Furnishings and Utensils SU'PERIOK PLATFORM. SCAiLES, 3cwt Large Mangle, Wringer, -2 Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers, Croquet Set, Verandah Seat, Large Twin Iron Garden Roller, Quantity Wire Netting, Grindstone, Garden Tools. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FUHNISHIN&S IN GREAT VARIETY. SALE—MONDAY, lftt-ll MARCH, 12 NOOiN. Trams to Royal Oak, thenoe Trafalgar-st. On View Morning of Sale from nine o'clock. T OUIS T EWIS, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND BUSINESS. SALESMAN. X OUIS T EWIS AT "jyTAB-T, mUESDAY— A PRIL Of)— rpUESDAY. AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP. 20 Handsome Fur Rugs, SO Specimen Mats Ladies' Muffs, Necklets, Boas, and Collarettes. 1 Invalid Chair, 1 American Combination Lounge 1 Collection Kauri Gum in Glass Case 2 Bicycles, 2 Lawn Mowers, 2 Copper Boilers 5 Travelling Trunks, 3 Office Desks 1 Lea. Ding. Suite, 4 Couches, 3 Lounges o SUPERIOR FIREPROOF SAFES, Handy Sizes Telescope, Opera and Field Glasses Overmantles, Linoleums, Duchess Pairs Combination Chests, Sideboards, Chiffoniers. Carpets, Hea. Rugs, Carp. Sqs, Mats. Also 300 LOTS GOOD SECONDHAND FURNITURE. T OUIS T EWIS, Auctioneer, House and Business Salesman and Valuer. T OUIS T EWIS AT TTIS TIT ART, CENTRAL MART, VICTORIA and LORNE-STS. rpHURSDAY — APRIL 22 — rpHURSDAX AT 11 O'CLOCK. CJ'PECIAL TTNRESERV'ED QALH OF OK(\ NEW (PICTURES, PAINTINGS. AUTOTYPES, ENGRAVINGS, COLOURTYPES, PRINTS, Etc., Handsomely frames with Specially Strong Corners; aU ■High-class Subjects. The above Collection, of Pictures is well worthy of special attention, and must be speedily disposed at. Will be on view on Tuesday and Wednesday. Also, f>A ART OrVE'RiMANTELS AND MIRRORS i}f\ ART FIICTU'RE FRAMES ONLY. OAfk (PC®. O?,LATE GLASS. SALE OF ABOVE—THURSDAY, APRIL 22, AT 11 O'CLOCK. . T OUIS J EWIS, Auctioneer,- House and Business Salesman, and Vainer. G. B. 0 s M°N D - Acting under instructions received from the Owner, who is leaving the district, will Self by Public Auction at ibis Rooms, 159, Queen-st., nest to National Bank, on TTfE-DNESDAY, A PRIL OQ AT 3 P.M., ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE, mHAT MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY -*• KBMXWN AS " WiBITBY VLDLA " SITUATED IN HAMILTON-RD., FIRST ON THE LEFT OF.F JERVOIS-RD. PONSOSSBX. Tlie residence contains 7 large rooms, wide entrance hall, conservatory, pantry scullery, bathroom, callfont, storeroom, and. all necessary conveniences; verandah on two sides. The timber is guaranteed all heart of kauri, and the foundations are of brick,. The ;outhous_es comprise coachihouse stable,-and summerhouse. There is nearly ONE ACRE OF LAND, baying a frontage of 132 ft to Hamilton-rd., by a depth of - 267 ft lOin southern bomidai-y and 271 ft 31n on northern boundary, being Lot 22, subdivision of Allot. 8, section 8, suburbs of Auckland. The grounds are the most picturesque In Ponsonby, and are laid out in beautiful lawns, garden, a number of magnificent full grown English and native tree's, also splendid orchard. The soil has been well worked, and is very productive. Splendid views of the haxfoour. Suitable for subdividing into three good sections. . - -■ Q. J5 Q'SMOND, AUCTIONEER, 159, QUEEN-ST. (Next to National Bank). JJIRIDAY, fjJyJ'A* V 1909. At 12 NOON SHARP. />OOD "pARM, 750 A^® 8 ' ■' ; JIBEEHOiiD. . XpOR A BSOLUTE OALB. M B " J '-T HOEN ' ES Will" Sell by Auction, at the Land. Sale Rooms, 83, Queen-st., Auckland,— . ■ g-AUKAPAKAPA,— . The Grazing Farm- of W. A. Drennan, situated-only 2 miles from Railway Station, creamery, and' post office, on the Main North-rd.; 200 acres-in grass, subdivided into 5 paddocks, "rest .bush (good portion purlri) and heavy titree. The land is good land (no, gum),; taking and retaining grass well; 90 head full-grown cattle and 13 horses at present on the place; new house 5 rooms, cowshed. 10 bails, and other outbuildings. Adjoining this is a lease of 100 acres river flats, fronting tidal river, very rich; he.ld for 12 years, for £9: per year rental, and this Lease will be given to purchaser of Freehold. N.B; rr O.wing to the death of th e partner, this firm MUST BE SOLD, and presents an opportunity rarely met with to secure a flue farm., FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. Full particulars of the Auctioneer, — " T rnHORNBS 83, Q.UE.>S!N-STBEET. tl. X Auckland.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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