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cE ORCiE WALKER, I T »., WILL SELL, BY. PUBLIC AUCTION At the o»reat Salerooms, ' 219, QUEEN STREET, iTO-MOBROW, FRIDAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK OOOD CHESTERFIEI.D SUITES. " And at 1.30 p.m Details Include:— IRON FRAME PIANO by Wagner, Piano Stool j portable and A.C. Radios, MODERN spiral DININO SUITE, comp. Sideboard. T?ble i , ni 4 Chairs: China and Glassware Ocp Toml JACOBEAN 3-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE , uph. in Gfnoa Velvet: Cushions. Pictures Sec" Tables, Nice Oak Sideboard. Tea Wanon hVii stand, O.R. Sideboard, Dining Table and Chairs" Hand Sewing Machine, MOFFATT 3-elempSt ?OP ELEC. STOVE, Very Well Made Chesterfleld Suite uph. in Wool Moquette; Setters Squabs. Fireside Chairs. Blinds, Circle Tek wS 3th P.O. Shelves, 3-Piece Chesterfield Su™ 8 ™ Tapestry, fully sprung: Dinner Set. Jardinieres and all Living Boom Furnishings. """eres, SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUITE of 5 Pieces comr). Mirror Door 'Robe. Dressing Table Pcd' Cupboard and Full Panelled Bed and Wire,' Mattress and Pillows. K. Wardrobe. Occ. Tables. Good panel Single Beds and Wires, Side Tables, 4-Piece Fumed Oak Bedroom Suite, O.R. and Kauri Comb Chests, Ped. Cupboards. O.R. Wardrobe Chests' o f Drawers, Oak Bedroom Suite, comp large Mirror Door Wardrobe, Dressing Table, Toilet Cjpboard and D. Bed and Wire: W. En. Comb ■aphe, W. En. S. Bed, W. En. Wardrobe, Orna•«ms, Pictures, Escritoire, Toilet Ware and I General Bedroom Flcnishmenta. KIT. DRESSER. Kit. Tables and Chairs Alum ! a nd En. Ware. Kit. Sundries, odd Tools, Lawnmower, Moffßtt El. Stove, Coal Range and H W Cylinder. Panel Door and Hosts of Sundries. LEONARD COAKLEY, T. A. GOULDING Auctioneers. ' 2 SQUIRKELL ' AND CO., Instructed by Executor in Deceased 3state will Sell by Public Auction at their Saleroom's 54 Hieh Street. TO-MOKROW (FRIDAY), AX 11 A.M. LARGE ASSORTMENT ENGINEERS' "~OOLS ! AIR COMPRESSOR, POWER GRINDER *HEAd' j PIPE STOCKS AND DIES. 2U-TON CHAIN ! BLOCK with Set Sheerlegs, 9 STILSON ! WRENCHES. SET BEAVER PIPE STOCKS AND •j DIES. 2iin to 4in, perfect order; 2 SETS WHIT- • WORTH STOCKS AND DIES, itn to lin and ' 5-8 to 7-8; PIPE VICE, 2 SETS BOLT CUTTERS j! 2 PIPE CUTTEF.S. 2 SETS PIPE STOCKS AND ! DIES, l'bin to 3in and y 2 in to 2in; Footprints fi Pliers, Screwdrivers, Dominion Flame Thrower' : Battery Tester, Crowbars, Pinch Bars. I MacEwari power Pump. 2 Wing Pumps, Set Blocks and Tackle. Oil Pump, 6ft Steel Bench, suitable for lathe bed: Joiner's Sash Cramp, steam Packing * Engineers' Hammers. Alphabet Punch Set S . Chucks, liln shank; 36 Cold Chisels. Ratchet Sp&nners, Nail Puller, 11 steel Gads, 14 x 12 Tarpaulin, Benzine Cans and Measures, Ships' i pumps and Hoses, 2 Ships' Compasses. 6FT PORCELAIN BATH, 17 CITRUS TREES : (N.Z. "Grapefruit and Marmalade), SHEET PLATEGLASS (6ft x 3ft 6in), PORCELAIN WALL BASIN BLOW LAMP, Planet Junior Cultivator. Maul Garden Tools. 3ft Orb Range. 3 Lengths Garden Hose (each 35ft), Stepladder, 3-drawer Ledger Desk (Bft 6in). Ballast Water Roller, Ladies' and Gents' Bicycles, 2 Ice Chests, ELEC. WASHING MACHINE. A.C. (in perfect order), 1 HORNBY ELEC. TRAIN SET, PATHE BABY CINEMA PROJECTOR and 8 Spools Film. 12IN DRIVER BANDSAW, Stand Mangle, • GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and FURNISHINGS, and a Host of Useful Sundries. TERMS CASH. FRED ZIEGLER, Auctioneer and Valuer. 2 J. R. ROBERTSON. LTD., WILL SELL AT THEIR SALEROOMS. 201, QUEEN STREET (opp. John Court's). TO-MORROW (FRIDAY). AT 11 A.M. USED FURNISHINGS IN OAK AND RIMU CHESTERFIELD SUITES, VAC. CLEANERS RADIOS, MACHINES. ETC. Details include: WELL-SPRUNG 3-PCE. CHESTERFIELD SUITE in Genoa Velvet. Easy Chairs, 6-PCE. SOLID OAK DINING SUITE, comprising Buffet. Drawleaf Ext. Table and 4 Chairs: Rimu and Kauri Sideboards Dining Tables, Chairs. Settees and Squabs, 15FT X 9FT AXil. BODY CARPET, 9FT X 9FT WILTON CARPET, 3-PCE. CHESTERFIELD SUITE in Bine Damask, Fire Screens, 5-VALVE A.C.D.C. RADIO. S.T.C. 5-VALVE A.C. RADIO. GOLDEN KNIGHT A.C. ALL-WAVE RADIO, 2 Good Vacuum Cleaners. Pictures, Occ. Tables, Hal] Chairs, Oak Tea Wagon. 3 OTHER CHESTERFIELD SUITES, 6-PCE. D.P. DINING SUITE, Floor Rugs, Bric-a-brac, CEDAR GLORY BOX, etc., etc. SHADED OAK BEDROOM SUITE, comprising Reflex Mirror Doors, Table. Tallboy, Full Panel Bedstead and Wire, SINGLE OAK SUITE, comprising Reflex Mirror Dressing Table, and Single Bed and Wire; Kapok Bedding. 8 GLORY BOXES, S.G.'Chairs. Bedside Tables. SEAMSTRESS DROPHEAD MACHINE, Toilet Ware, and all Bedroom " Furnishings. KITCHEN DRESSERS. Kitchen Tables. Chairs, Aim. and En. Ware, Crockery. Glassware, Pres. Pan, Iron Boiler, Lady's Cycle, Lawnmowers. Sundry Tools, 3 Prams, Wringers, Fireless Cooker, GENTS' SUITS, Lady's Fur Cape, Electric Toaster, and General Sundries. TERENCE P. FROGLEY, Auctioneer. 2 CARS TRUCKS CARS TRUCKS On Behalf of Clients TURNERS AND GROWERS. LTD., City Markets. Auckland, Will be Holding a Sale of OARS AND TRUCKS NEXT WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, AT NOON. This Week's Sale Will Include:— 1939 BUICK STRAIGHT 8 SEDAN — Good rubber, mechanical condition very good. Factory fitted wireless. Good paintwork. 1839 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN COUPE— This Car is in excellent condition throughout, with first-class rubber, and has just been thoroughly overhauled. 1940 VAUXHALL 10—Good rubber and in good mechanical condition. Nice appearance. 1940 VAUXHALL 12—Really good rubber and o.k. mechanically. Good paintwork. 1935 MORRIS 12 — Good tyres, mechanically sound. Newly painted and good upholstery. 1940 AUSTIN 8 SEDAN—Very good tyres and in excellent mechanical condition. Firstclass appearance. 1937 MORRIS 12—Good rubber and in sound mechanical condition. Good upholstery. 1935 FARGO 30CWT VAN—Good tyres. Body and mechanical condition first-class. Wβ Do Not Deal in Cars or Trucks—We Only Auction on Commission. WATCH THIS COLUMN FOR DETAILS OF FURTHER VEHICLES. Any Trial will be given on the Morning of Sale. TURNERS AND GROWERS. LTD. Phone 32-100. 2 OTAHtJHU AUCTIONEERING CO., LTD., KING- STREET, OTAHUHU, WILL SELL TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), AUGUST 3, 1945, AT 12 NOON SHARP. CARS - 12.30 P.M. 1»37 SINGER 9 SEDAN, good order throughout. 1931 WILLYS COUPE. 16in wheels, perfect condition. 1930 ESSEX SEDAN, leather upholstery, overhauled, good tyres. YARD — 12 NOON. 4 SACKS SEED POTATOES, 100-Egff Incubator, good order: Grain Crusher, Massey-Harris S.F. Plough. 1 Scarifier, as new; n-Gallon Alfa-Laval Separator, as new; 2 New 10-Gallon Cream Cans, Bell Tent and Pole, Flat Galvanised Iron, Lawnmowers, Garden Tools. Quantity Posts and Strainers. FURNITURE — 1 P.M. 2 AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARES, 9 Xβ, 9 X 10.6; Fireside 3-Piece Suite, as new; Walnut Veneer Dining Suite, 2 Solid Oak Dining Suites, 3-Piece Chesterfield Suite. Oak Bedroom Suite, 2 Solid Oak Modern Buffets with Leadlight Doors; Electric Clock, as hew; 3-Piece Chesterfi<d Suite, good; Oak Bedroom Suite, 2 Solid Oak Buffets, Leadlight Doors; Rimu Dining Suite, Hotpoint Electric Vacuum Cleaner. Fireside Chair. Odd Single and Double Beds and Wires, Cane Pram, as new; Cots, High Chairs, etc.; Radio Pick-up in Walnut Veneer Case, as new; Golf Clubs, Choice Vases, etc., etc. DON'T FORGET THIS OUTSTANDING SALE TO-MORROW AT 12 NOON. AUCTIONEER - - - - A. BECA. 2 RICHARD ARTHUR, LTD., * RAYMOND EDER, 191, QUEEN STREET. (Next door Power Board Building), Will Sell TO-MORROW, FRIDAY, 11 O'CLOCK. CHESTERFIELD SUITE. DINING ROOM SUITES. BEDROOM SUITES. And General Household Furnishings and Sundries. IVAN T. FRANCHI, Auctioneer and Valuer. 2 TURNERS * GROWERS, LTD. AUCTIONS COMMENCE: 8 A.M.-FRESH VEGETABLES (Daily). FRESH FRUIT (Daily). 8 A.M.-FRESH CUT FLOWERS (Tuesday and 10 A.M.-FRESh' CUT GLOWERS (Monday and Thursday). 10 A.M.—POULTRY (Tuesday and Friday). 12 NOON-CARS AND TRUCKS, Each Wednesday LARGEST SALES IN NEW S SPECIAL SALE. FRIDAY NEXT, AUGUST ». TIME, 10 A.M. At TURNERS, & GROWERS. LTD. 1000 HEAD OF SI OO K. 250 WHITE LEGHORN HENS. 250 BLACK ORPINGTON HENS. 250 DUCKS. -^.TTrrq 250 CROSSBRED PULLETS. TURNERS & an °^X B AKD '"sS CITY MARKETS, AUCKLAND. POULTRY PRODUCE J. JONES. LIMITED. AUCTIONEERS. CITY MARKETS. Will Sell by Auction, TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) AT " *- M * POULTRY - POULTRY -*?gg™ ROOSTERS. HENS, Pgg&rf 00 *** 100 W.L. PULLETS. GROCERIES. FARM A PRbDUCE. 'SUNDRIES. g >OGS, CATS, Blß^jg^jgj (evenings) ■ -—— botn WIRE-HAIRED PUPPY, champion pedis" 2 ddea.—Ring 81-248.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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