AUCTIONS SJ ALFRED BUCKLAND AND SONS, LTI JJJ 1 AUCKLAND. m " WEYMOUTH ROAD, MANUREWA. Pi MONDAY, AUGUST 13, AT 12 NOON. ds. Account W. H. Brook, Manurewa, who Is reti es, ing from dairying, to sell as above, the Who lal of the Live and Dead Stock: IV Jersey and Jersi rs. cross Cows, some in milk, balance due to calv 5/: 3 Jersey Heifers, due to calve; 3 Yearling Jers iht Heifers; 1 4-year-old Jersey Bull; l Y«?J all Jersey Bull; 2 Store Pigs; 1 2-Cow LJK.G. Mill ie. ing Machine, rotary pulsators; 70-Gal List £7 separator, practically new; 70-Oal. Alfa-Lav er - Separator, 2 Motors (>A and ! , 2 h -P->- *^S W. vat, 20-Gal. Elec. Water Heater, thermosU 11 control; Topdresser, Ensilage Sweep. 3-L. IB ZT, Harrows and Bar. Sledge, 20 Sheets VSCA 9 ,s>- Cor Iron. Wing Pump, 5 Cream Cans (2 z-gai "• 3 6-gal ),' Cream Plunger. Buckets, Cow _ Cover "h Yard Scraper, 100 Bags, Farm Tools, Sundrie .jlp etc. Luncheon Provided. ,?! HELENSVILLK SALEYARDS, es. MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 11.30 A.M. "• 100 PIGS OP ALL CLASSES, including 40 Stm »': and Weaner Pigs off crops; 50 Head Cattle. Ali S4 20 Fat Wethers, 40 Romney Wether Hoggets, . k . New 4-gal. Tins suitable for buckets. Entni •as Solicited. KUMEU SALEYA RDS, ™ SPECIAL DAIRY SALE, rs" TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 12 NOON. ™ 100 DAIRY COWS AND HEIFERS, including.°s Account D. Ingham, who Is giving up aairyini °" his Whole Herd: 40 Jersey and Jersey cro, "• Cows, calving August onward. Also 30 Sprlngin "° Cows and Heifers. Also. A/c. Client: 1 ',2-ton Che °* Truck, good tyres, good order. Entries Solicits '?« PAPARATA ROAD, BOMBAY. n ; TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, AT 11.30 A.M. ili Account Jas. Johns, Bombay, who is giving u to dairying, to sell as above, the Whole of the Liy ki and Dead Stock: 26 Young Frieslan Cows, 1 iff milk and due to calve; 5 In-calf Friesian Heifen /6 1 Rising 2-year-old Friesian Bull, 2 Farm Horse! tr, all work; Mower, Hayrake. Sweep, Topdressei in Chain and Tine Harrows, Discs, Plough. Sprln ;t. Cart, Sledge, Hand Chaffcutter, Water Pump an 6; Engine, Quantity a.iin Piping. 4 cream Cans ( U 10-gal., 2 6-gal.), as new; Horse Collars, Ham« ~ and Bridles, Plough. Chains, Swingletrees, Cattl et Syringe, 250 Field Tiles (approx.). Wire Nettins <L n Farm Tools, Sundries, etc. Quantity Househoi Furniture Note: Mr. Johns has farmed tn 311 property for 33 years and all stock has been bre on the farm. Account N. J. Johns: 2 Yearlin, ■jr Friesian Heifers, 11 Store Pigs, 30 Young Layin - Hens, Coil Wire Netting, Vice, Farm Tools B Sundries, etc. Small Quantity Household Furni ,S ture, including 3-Piece Chesterfield Suite Luncheon Provided. PROVINCE AND SPECIAL SALES. *• Clevedon, Sale Reshure Jerseys, Tuesday, Augus 28- Waiuku, Bull Sale, Tuesday, September 4 Kumeu, Auckland Jersey Club Sale, Friday, Sep S tember 7; Pukekohe, Franklin Jersey Club Sale 7 Tuesday, September 11; Waiotira. Cliffs Herefon 1 Sale, Friday, September 14; Pukekohe, Bull Sale _ Tuesday, September 25; Kumeu, Bull Sale, Thurs B day, September 27; Wellsford, Spring Cattle Fair Friday, September 28; Waitakaruru, Bull Sale Y Monday, October 1. ■} COUNTRY SALES. HELENSVILLE— Monday, August 13. MAUNGAKARAMEA— Monday, August 13. ia MANUREWA (Sale W. H. Brook)— Monday August 13. MAUNGATUROTO (Pig Sale)— Monday, Augus L 3 BOMBAY (Sale, Jas. Johns)— Tuesday, August 14 KUMEU (Dairy Sals)— Tuesday, August 14. s WAIOTIRA—Tuesday, August 14. f' TAHEKEROA— Thursday. August 16. ■'i KIRIKOPUNI—Friday, August 17. r WAIUKU (Pig Sale)— Monday, August 20. s ' POKENO—Monday, August 20. u CLEVEDON— Monday, August 20. PARUA BAY—Monday, August 20. _ KUMEU— Tuesday, August 21. E RUNCIMAN— Tuesday, August 21. PAPAROA— Thursday, August 23. '■ PUKEKOHE —Thursday, August 23. ' WAITAKARURU— Friday, August 24. WAIUKU (Dairy Sale)— Friday, August 24. HELENSVILLE—Monday, August 27. " MAUNGATUROTO (Pig Sale)— Monday. August 27. ';• PUKEKOHE (Spring Horse Fair)— Thursday and } Friday, August 30 and 31. " 1 ™ 5 HIGHLY IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE 3 TO MOUNT EDEN AND OTHER RESIDENTS. - GEORGE WALKER, LTD., At the Residence, 3 9, AKEPIRO STREET, MT. EDEN. 3 Akeplro Street first on left past Dominion Road , turning In Eden Terrace. Take Dominion Road t or Mount Albert Cars. 1 MONDAY NEXT, AUGUST 13, AT 11 A.M. A/c MRS. T. RAE, who is leaving Auckland, ! THE WHOLE OF HER VALUABLE FURNISHINGS 1 Details; » UPRIGHT IRON FRAME UNDERDAMPER OVERSTRUNG HAAKE PIANO, beautiful tone, I valued at £150; WELL UPHOLSTERED 3-PIECE CHESTERFIELD LOUNGE SUITE In choice ' Genoa, leather back; Fire Screen and Coal and .' Log Boxes to match; Indian Brass Table on teak l - stand. Heavy AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE. 9 < x 10.6 (rust colourings). Twin Highly Polished J Piano Scat. Occ. Cabinet, Book Stool. CHROMIUM " VITROLITE DINNER WAGON (costly). Tapestry 1 and Net Curtains, HEAVY QUALITY INDIAN ; CARPET SQUARE, 9 X 12.6; CHOICE 6-PCE. OAK - DINING SUITE, Drawleaf Table and Chairs, 1 Choice Buffet: 2 Easy Chairs, ARIEL 7-VALVE J ALL-WAVE MAGIC EYE RADIO, lull Console 1 Case, worth £50; Oval Wall Mirror, Fire Screen, 5 Bric-a-Brac, Nut Bowl ana Cracker, Fruit Bowls, j 13YDS 3FT HEAVY STIPPLE CARPET, and Best f Quality Felt; Choice Inlaid Walnut Round Occ. ■ Table, Seagrass Stools. CHROM. STANDARD 1 LAMP, Heavy Chenille Curtains, Hall Coat Stand, Jardiniere. Green Feltex, covering room 12 x 12, OAK BEDROOM SUITE, comprising Reflex Framel less Mirror Chest. Oak Robe. Gent's Lowboy. Full D. Bedstead and Wirewove, Heavy Kapok Mattress, ' Chrom. Stool, Curtains, 2 GOOD SINGLE BED- • STEADS, complete with best mattresses: Frameless Mirror Comb. Chest, Heavy Quality Pink Indian Carpet Square, 6 Choice Double CaJf Bedroom Mats, 2 Cream 3ft Bedsteads and Mattresses, 2 ditto 3-drawer Chests. 2 Wall Mirrors, Tattersfield Rev. Rug. WHITE ENAM. KELVINATOR. A.C.. 8 cubic ft, in perfect condition, as new. cost £125; Hayman Electric Wringer (good). Clothes Basket. Garden Tools, Jam Jars, Trolley Wheels, Large Iron Chip Heater, Electrolux Cleaner in good order. Children's Toy Aeroplane, Cannons, etc.; Large Linen Press. Books, Large Wooden Steps, and Gereral Sundries. NOTE.—This Catalogue of Furniture is exceptionally choice. Piano, Carpets. Kelvlnator. Bedroom and Dining Furniture worthy ot inspection. LEONARD COAKLEY. T. A. GOULDING. Auctioneers. 11 PROPERTY AND FURNISHINGS. GEORGE WALKER, LTD. MONDAY. AUGUST 20, at 11 a.m. At the Residence, 2, WAPITI AVENUE, EPSOM, off Market Road, Epsom (Great South Road 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 at 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 12.6. 13.6 x 12. 15 x 12. 12 x 12 approx.: high studs; hall, 28 x 6; plaster ceilings, built-in wardrobes and plenty of cupboards: porcelain bath, hot and coid 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 per cent cash, balance first mortgage, 5 years, 4*,z per cent. Auction Sale subject to Land Sales Court. And Immediately Afterwards: The Residue of the Household Furnishings (details later). Note: Prospective Purchasers may Inspect Property Next Wednesday, August 15, from 1 to 4 p.m. Leonard Coakley, T. A. Goulding, Auctioneers. 11 CARS, TRUCKS OARS, TRUCKS. On Behalf of Clients. TURNERS AND GROWERS. LIMITED, CITY MARKETS, AUCKLAND, Will be Holding a Sale of CARS AND TRUCKS. NEXT WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15. AT NOON. THIS WEEK'S SALE WILL INCLUDE: 1939 standard 10. First-class tyres, mechanical condition excellent, low mileage, upholstery and paintwork as new. 1934 VAUXHALL 26. Mechanical condition excellent, converted to sleeper, good leather uphols'ery. 1938 MORRIS 14 SEDAN. One owner. Rubber period, paintwork and leather upholstery good. 1932 Dis SOTO. Tyres fair, mechanical condition good. WE 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, LIMITED Phone 32-100. • 11 R A D L E Y A N. D CO., LTD., CITY MARKETS, WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1945, AT 11 A.M. On behalf of W. A. L. COLE, Waimauku. CITRUS—Sweet Orange, Mandarine, Lemon, Grapefruit;. Best quality trees of leading FRUIT TREES—Assorted varieties of Apple Peach. Plum, Nectarine, etc. ROSES—Modern varieties in Bush, Climbing and Polyanthus. In Lots to suit Purchasers. SECURE YOUR TREES AT AUCTION PRICES. :14 PAPAKURA—HOUSE IN DECEASED ESTATE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, AT 2 P.M. SAMUEL VAILE AND SONS, LTD. Account Trustees Estate Late Mrs. E. A Robertson, at their Rooms, 83. Queen Street. ODe " BUNGALOW 5 rooms, kitchenette, bathroom washhouse; situated corner Opaheke Road and Albert. Street, only one-third mile from school, station, bus, etc. Built-in wardrobes, beam and plaster ceilings, elec r e Mi ra " Se , wlth hot water - Insurance ,° °' ~,^? vel corner section, 1 rood 21 poles (119 ft x 131 ft); lawns, garden. 26 fruit trees. Sale subject existing tenancy at 19/ per week. .ig PBOFESSIOXAI, MEDICAL TREATMENT BUSINESS WELL ESTABLISHED. EXCELLENTLY SITUATED. SUNNY ROOMS. Would Suit Trained Nurse of Similar Qualilcatlons Owner Returning Overseas. PRICE £950— Which includes Modern Electrical Equipment' Secret Formulas. and Special Training (if necessary) until qualified to take over. >„ i nd y S°} e i hat will be Supplied to Bona Fide Buyers Only. w P.O. BOX 1777. AUCKLAND. U SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS THE NEW RAY CLINIC. Ground Floor Yorkshire House, 31. Shortland St Principal: J. M. GEORGE. S.R.N. British, American and Continental Modern Scientific Methods. PHONE 44-178. D
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