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ACCTIOXS NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO.. LTD., AUCKLAND. PA2ROA DAIRY SALE. TUESDAY, JULY 24, 11.30 a.m. 160 Dairy Oowa and Heifers, including: A/C Client: 1 Truck Jersey Heifers, calved and c.t.p. Ex Pukekohe: 13 Ch. Jersey Heifers, c.t.p. A/c Client: 20 Jersey and Jersey-Cross Cows, 20 Jersey and Shorthand Heifers. A/c Client: 13 Good Younc Jersey Cows. Entries Solicited. LIST OF COUNTRY SALES. AUGUST. Wednesday. Ist. Whatoro (Clearing Sale, a/c R. L. Nilsson); Thursday. 2nd, Mangawhare (Pig), Pukekohe; Friday, 3rd, Papakura. (Dairy), Mauneaturoto (Clearing Sale a/c Williams); Monday. 6th. Paeroa (Pig), Waiuku (Pig). Herekino. Mangawhare (Cattle), Paeroa (Dairy), Papakura; Friday. 10th. Papakura (Dairy), Waiuku (Dairy). Warkworth; Monday. 13th, Maungatcaramea. Mauneaturoto (Pig), Paeroa (Cattle); Tuesday. 14th. Walotira. Kaukapakapa: Wednesday. 15th, Arapohus, Ngatea; Thursday. 16th. Mangawhare (Pig). Pukekohe. Kaihu: Friday. 17th. Papakura (Dairy). Waiuku (Cattle), Klrikopuni; Monday, 20th. Paeroa (Pig). Waiuku (Pig): Tuesday. 21st, Mangawhara (Cattle), Paeroa (Dairy); Friday, 34th. Maungaturoto (Cattle), Papaxura, Pukekohe (Horse); Monday. 27th. Maungaturoto (Pig). Paeroa (Cattle), Papakura (Bull); Tuesday, 28th. KaukaiMkapa; Thursday, 30th. Mangawhare (Pig). Pukekohe; Friday, 31st. Papakura (Dairy): Westfleld Fat Stock every Wednesday; Westfleld Store and Dairy every Thursday. 2*_ GEORGE WALKER, LTD. AT THEIR SALEROOMS, 249. QUEEN STREET. MONDAY, JULY 23, AT 11 A.M. Ladies' and Men's Clothing, Fur Coats. AND AT 1 P.M., 50 Used Hockey Sticks, 40 cricket Bats and Boxing Gloves. Details: — Three-quarter Marmot Coat, Fur Coats, Capes, Stoles, Men's Suits, Overcoats, Sports Coats, Flannel Trousers, Dressing Gowns, Leather Coat, Pullovers, White Coats, Ladies' Costumes, Dresses, Frocks, Skirts, Smocks, Evening Dresses, Handbacs, Jumpers, Shoe*, Hats, Gloves, Scarves, 15 Pairs Blankets, Sheets, Pillowslips Bedspreads, Marc. Quilts, Towels, Doyleys, Tray Cloths, Supper and Table Qloths, Runners, Curtains. Leonard Coakley, T. A. Goulding, Auotioneers. 21 AUCTION SALE AT INNER DOMAIN CAMP, AUCKLAND. GEORGE WALKER, LTD., Account War Assets Realisation Board, at the Camp, Inner Domain (Carlton Gore Rd. entrance), TUESDAY, JULY 31, 12 NOON. (On view for benefit of intending purchasers, Monday, July 30, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.). THE UNDERMENTIONED CHATTELS. SHELVING. WARDROBES, TABLES, REFRIGERATORS. Details:— 50 Bunks with Wardrobes attached. Bunks 6ft 6in x 2ft 6in, Wardrobes 6ft x 2ft 6in x lft 9in; 70 Wardrobes, double doors each end, 6ft x 2ft lOln x 2ft; 38 Bunks, double, wood slats. 6ft x 2ft Gin x 5 ft; 89 Wardrobes. 6ft x 3ft x 3ft; 4 Desks. 103ft 6ln', Bft x 3ft 4in; 12* 4-Leg Tables, 9ft x 3ft, 6ft Bin x 2ft; 5 Cupboards. 4-door, 7ft x 4ft x 2ft; 3 Bunks, combination, 3 drawers and 1 cupboard; 1 Dresser Cupboard. 8 doors, 7ft high x 9ft x 21in; 30 Wardrobes, single 6ft x 30in x 211n: 3 Sets Assorted Shelving. 4 Single Bedsteads, 6ft Gin x 3ft; and Assorted Size Wardrobes, Bunks, etc., etc. Also. Special Lot: 17 Kelvinator Refrigerators, A.C., in working order; 7 4.5 cubic feet, porcelain; 10 8 cubic feet, heavy lacquered. TERMS CASH. Leonard Coakley. T. A. Goulding, Auctioneers. 21 TO KOTAL OAK AND ONEHUNGA RESIDENTS. GEORGE WALKER, LTD., Account N.Z. Insurance 00., Trustee Branch, as Executors in the Estate Ida Nellie Standen, , WEDNESDAY NEXT AT 11 A.M. At the Residence, 3!, TURAMA ROAD, ROYAL OAK (Onehunga tram to Turama Road corner). HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS AND EFFECTS. 3-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE, Genoa Velvet; 13.6 x 10.6 Axminster Carpet, Occ. Oak Table, Tea Wagon, 2 Uphd. Chairs, 10 Cushions. Clock. Mohair Rug, Window Curtains. 8-Piece Oak Dining Suite. 9 x 10.6 Axminster Carpet, 3ft O.R. Bed and Wire. 3ft Kapok, 3 Pairs Blanket*. 2 Marcella Quilts. Travelling Rug. 6yds 27in Axminster Hall Runner, Hallstand and Chair. Rimu Comb. Chests and Ped. Cupbop«fd. 4.6 Kapok, 2 Rev. Wool Rugs, 4 Fairs Lace Curtains. Leather Chair, Settee and Squab. 1 Dozen Assorted Towels. Carpet Sweeper, 4 Pairs Double and Single Sheets, Good Lot Kitchen Crockery. 5 Enamel Saucepans. 3 Lots of Lino., Lawnmower, Sundry Garden Tools, 9 x 12 Congo. Square. LEONARD COAKLEY, T. A. GOULDING, Auctioneers. 21 ON BEHALF OF CLIENTS. TURNERS AND GROWERS, LTD., CITY MARKETS, AUCKLAND, Will be Holding Another of Their Weekly Sales of CARS AND TRUCKS, NEXT WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, AT NOON. This week's Sale Will Include— 1936 BUICK, good tyres mechanical condition first class, paintwork and upholstery very good. 1937 MORRIS 14. excellent tyres, only two owners, mechanical condition faultless; Phllco radio; hydratlje J»«*s on all wheels. 1939 CHEVROLET, first-class rubber, mechanical i condition good. Watch this Column for Details of Further Vehicles. Any trial will be given on the Morning of Sale. Phone 32-100. 21

R A D L E Y & CO., I- T D. CITY MARKETS. WILL SELL B'SJ PUBLIC AUCTION, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 11 A.M. On behalf of W. A. L. COLE, Waimauku. ROSES—Wide range of modern varieties In Bush, Climbing and Polyanthus. FRUIT TREES—AppIe, Pear, Peach, Plum, Nectarine. Quince, Apricot, et«. CITRUS TREES—Qrnpefruit, Sweet Orange, Lemon, Mandarin, etc. SUPERIOR QUALITY TREES AT AUCTION PRICES. PUBLIC NOTICES A. J. PARK AND SON, PATENT AND TRADE MARK ATTORNEYS, NaMonal Bank Building. Shortlajld Street. F. H. HAY (Fel. Inc. Inst.. P.A.). Reg. Patent Attorney. Managing Partner. r INFORMATION BOOK FREE ON APPLICATION. CAMOUFLAGE SECTION N.M.D. Will ill ex-members of the Camouflage Section, N M.D plsate forward names and addresses to W. 0.11. CASHMORE, Box 2178, Auckland. Purpose Invitation to Postponed Function. 21 HENRY HUGHES, LTD. Patents, Trademarks and Copyright, DILWORTH BUILDING. Expert guidance, without fee, on how to protect your idea. Write for Booklet, "Advice to Inventors." Closed Saturdays. S

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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