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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945
AUCTIONS SUPERIOR HOME FURNISHINGS. GEORGE WALKER. LTD TO-MORROW - THURSDAY _ TO-MORROW At the De Luxe Salerooms, 249. QUEEN STREET. CHOICE OAK AND ASH FURNISHINGS CHESTERFIELD SUITES AND BRIC-A-BRAr AT 12 NOON THURSDAY— SEP.VEL ? C.F. HOUSEHOLD REFRIGERATOR. AT "1 O'CLOCKVERY FINE COPPER COAL HELMET. UNIVERSAL ELEC. VACUUM CLEANER LEATHER GOLF BAG AND 4 W.S. CLUBS AND AT 1.30 P.M.— S.T.C. SHORT WAVE 5-VALVE CONSOLE RADIO GRE3N CANVAS GARDEN SWING HAMMOCK' Furnishings Include:— LIVING ROOM — BEAUTIFUL LIMED ft.v DINING ROOM SUITE of 8 Pieces Buffet, Relectory Style Table with Black vftrolit? Glass Top and 6 Padded Back Chairs uphdin Tapestry; English Dmnerware; Limed Oak rw™ Cabinet and Occ Table; Cut GlaS BoSk Vase? Tumblers and Whiskies; Royal Worcester • crown Derby Plaques; China Punch Boil Lidded \ase, Decanters; Choice Chesterfield Sufte 0 [ 3 Pieces, uphd. in Brown Mohair, with sd™™ Loose Cushions; Brass Kettle and stand, Chtal Musical Cigaiette Box, Royal Doulton 21-piece Teaset; Cushions, Fireside and Easy Chairs Tea Wagon. Teacups and Saucers, 7-Piece Water Set Pol. Occ. Table; Solid Oak Sideboard with Leadlisht Cupboards and Mirroi-; Fine Drawled Ext. Table with 6 Oak Chairs uphd. in H&e wUh sprung seats; Glass Dishes, Wall Plaques ' e p ware. Vases; Fine Chesterfield Suite of 3 Pieces' uphd. in Green Tapestry with Cream Sides and Backs; Cushions Copper Firescreens. Seaeras, Chair. Oil Paintings; 2 Choice Pink Reedkmm Chairs with uphd. seats, handsome; 6-Pim fi polished Dining Room Suite, with Drawleaf TableBrass Jardiniere, Fine Chesterfield Suite of i Pieces, upbd. in Rust Tapestry Cajd Chenille Hall Curtains, etc. Table. BEDROOMS — HANDSOME TWIN GREV BEDROOM SUITE of 5 Piece, SH Mirrored Wardrobe. Reflex Mirrored Dressinl Chest. Toilet Cabinet and Twin 3ft Bedsteads Batch; 2 3ft Wire Woves and Kapok Mattresses 2 Blue Bedspreads and Bolsters- Fine Rrn?n Oak Bedroom Suite of 4 Pieces, comprising LaS Mirrored Wardrobe and Dressing Chest Toil?? Cabinet and 4ft Panel Bedstead en suite- Wire Wove and Kapok Mattress; Dark Polished Bedroom \Ui-e o! 4 Pieces, comprising Full-lenirth Wardrobe, Dressing Chest, Tallboy and D Panel Bedstead and Rope Mattress; Odd Walnut Ven Wardrobe; 3 Dark Polished Refiex Mrrored Dressing Chest. Odd Oak Reflex Dressine TheVt and Toilet Cabinet. 2 White Enamll Dressing Chests, Twin W.E. Bedsteads and Wire Woy?s 3ft Kapoks, S. Comb. Bedsteads etc KITCHEN-KITCHEN TABLE. 4 Crram Enamel Cottage Chairs Crockery. Glassware ai*d Cooking Utensils. Electric Irons. Speedee Eggbeater Pvrev Dishes. Expanding Suitcase and Hatboi and Hosts of Usual Sundries. 1 and AND AT 2.30 P.M. WILTON, AXMINSTER AND INDIAN CARPETS Assorted Sizes. s'.irds 36in Axmlnster Runner, Floor Rugs, etc. NOW ON VIEW. GEORGE WALKER, LT D„ THE FURNISHING AUCTIONEERS Leonard Coakley, T. A. Goulding, Auctioneers ' 8 PBOPERTY AND FURNISHINGS. GEORGE WALKER, LIMITED, MONDAY, AUGUST 20, AT 11 A.M. At the Residence, 2, WAPITI AVENUE, EPSOM, OfT Market Road, Epsom. (Great South Roa-d or Epsom Cars). Account Guardian Trust and Executors Co of N.Z.. Ltd.. as Executors in the Estate' of A. Gouk (deceased). THAT ROOMY VILLA RESIDENCE situated «t 2 Wapiti Avenue, Epsom, comprising 4 bedrooms, lounge, living room, kitchen and bathroom; outside, washhouse and motor . garage; living room. 21 x 15; bedrooms, 15 x 12.8, 13.6 x 12, 15 x 12, 12 x 12 approx.; high studs; hall, 28 x 6: plaster ceilings, built-in 'robes and plenty of cupboards: pore, bath, h. and c. water, kitchen and pantry, Osborne gas stove and also coal range. Beautiful level section, approx. 114 ft frontage by 178 ft, laid out in shrubs, lawns, asphalt paths. Terms. 50 p.c. cash, balance first mortgage 5 years V/s per cent. Auction Sale subject to Land Sales Court. And Immediately Afterwards: THE RESIDUE OF THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS (details later). Note: Arrangements to be made with the Auctioneers to view property. LEONARD COAKLEY, T. A. GOULDING, Auctioneers. x 9 IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE. GEORGE WALKER, LTD., " At the Residence, 9, AKEPIRO STREET, MT. EDEN (Akepiro Street flrst past Dominion Road on Eden Terrace, left-hand side). MONDAY NEXT, AUGUST 13, AT 11 A.M. Ob Account of MRS. T. RAE, who 13 leaving the district. HER SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS. CARPETS, OAK FURNISHINGS. Including:— MAGNIFICENT UPRIGHT IRON FRAME TTNDERDAMPER OVERSTRUNG HAAKE PIANO, valued at £150; 8 c.f. White Enamelled KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR, cost £120. Full Details Later. LEONARD COAKLEY. T. A. GOULDING. Auctioneers. 8
TURNERS Ss GROWERS, LTD. AUCTIONS COMMENCE: 8 A.M.—FRESH VEGETABLES (Dally). FRESH FRUIT (Dally). 9 A.M.—FRESH CUT FLOWERS (Tuesday and Friday). 10 A.M.—FRESH CUT FLOWERS (Monday and Thursday). 10 A.M.—POULTRY (Tuesday and Friday). 12 NOON—CARS AND TRUCKS. Each Wednesday. LARGEST SALES IN NEW ZEALAND. :9 J. JONES, LIMITED, CITY MARKETS, Will Sell by Auction. FRIDAY NEXT, AT 10 O'CLOCK. Account Client: 225 W.L. PULLETS, In full lay: 60 K.C. Ducks, Massey College strain; 6 Drakes: 6 only 500-size Hayman Electric Brooders; 1 ° nl y T J m " l \.?" cu : bator; 1 Circular Saw; 1 Green Feed Cutter. 1 Grit Mill. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOB SALE A BARGAlN!—Streamlined Piano, munificent tone, perfect condition; very urgent.—Cash, 0951. Stab. _ AN EXCEPTIONAL Opportunity to secure Sound, Modern Piano; cheap.—Write Urgent, 1379, Stab^ ELECTRIC STEELS, without amplifier. 41, Brown St., Ponsonby. JJ PIANO, Rogers, nice tone; £50 cash.—W. 1298, Star. ? PIANO, nice tone, polish, etc., £39 10/.—12, Morton St., off Cook St. _ PIANO, small, iron frame, no borer. £67 10/: Organ. £18—169. New North Rd. i? PIANO, bargain, £25; Organ, £20, In good order, tone, appearance.—lll. Symonds St. PIANO, Collinson, solid oak ® a^.„ lr 2SL.i rame i £100 or near offer. —Write B.G. 0942. Stab. 8 PIANO-ACCORDION. Settimio Soprani. 120 bass, one coupler, excellent condition. £ 80. Holme r. 140 bass, 3 couplers, very good condition, £80. Write B.G. 0955, STAR. *? SET 5 Skulls and Trap Tray—7. Kerr St., Devonport. .
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS WANTED ABOUT £65 CASH offered lor reasonable Piano. Write to Private, 0799, Stab. 2? ADVERTISER urgently wants. pl! L n ° '° r Jgig learn, vicinity £30-£4O cash.—Private, 0835, Star. _____ —rrA GOOD Firm requires Pianos, Organs, Buy, Sel , commission.—l 69, New North Rd. — — BABY GRAND. In good imm 10 armnintment. write T. 1028. STAB. - ORGAN, suitable religious meetings: urgent; cash offerer!.—B.G. 0806. STAB. — PIANO required for beginner; no dealers. Phone PIANO wanted by new arrival; one slisnt repairs no «hw.Hnn.—Write B.G. 0958, ainii.. PIANO lor young family; must oe- ironJ™™ up to £70 cash; immediate inspection. 62-786. - . ■- PIANOS, old. any make or condition; good P paid .—Cash, 1140. Star. PIANOS wanted urgently, ali maJSes and prices. Sly's Piano House. 41-733. — ... PIANOS wa "ted; Tunings ■ an d a"*' work PLAYER PIANO, any ■n^V,rJwrite n T. eS io2 y 7: for social hall; cash transaction. Star. — — SPECIAL SALES SE® X * We will Sell that Musical I nstru^®n^ our own without bother or delay. Just Your net cash price and . a special TRUST money will be protected in a Sp<ecia ACCOUNT- Telephone 48-413 and recejp( . for collect "-tad give you an offlcla he the Hfctfiunent, and get right on sale of it. TO REPLACE SALES WE REQUIRE: SAXOPHONES BUGLES PIANO-ACCORDIONS oWoPHO & CLARINETS b A4s FIDDLES ?S"ETS ND ° L Ibombonbs ETC., ETC. Phone, Write or Call To-day. H trust* sales 466, QUEEN STREET, AUCKL • Phone 48-413. — 7PLANTS. TREES. SEEPS. ORANGE TREE, Washington Navel. 25/.—6, Kafn 5t.. Mt. Eden, off landscape Rd- ■ COLOURED FREESIAS. rich shades 60 CALENDULAS. Giant Art sh * d ® 3/6 35 CARNATIONS. Giant Chabaud P ncy .. 2J PANSIES. Englemann's Giant g0 STOCK. Giant Perfection Double ■•••-" NEMESIA. large flowered, red • 3/6 80 mixed 3/6 50 ICELAND POPPIES. Artists Glory BANDERS. 0 4 Box 831, Aucfclana. — _ MACHINERY WANTED — LATHE, sliding and "rewcuttlng,■ ||£ ra bf y Mn, centres. 12ft bed. hollow spindle P Jn arst with chucks and face P^ a 'si Auckland. *8 class condition—P.O. Box 395, AUCKianu.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945
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