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AUCTIONS. TONKS, NORION AND CO. W. Tonka.; (W. H. Norton. AUCTION SALE EXTRAORDINARY. BICYCLES 1 BICYCLES I BICYCLES! 30 LADIES' AND GENTS' HIGHEST GRADE MACHINES. TI|*DSSBS TONKS, NORTON and CO., ac. -*■"- ing under insttructions from the Agents, will SEILL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at their Salerooms, in Hereford street, on SATURDAY NEXT, the 30_i NOVEMBER, At I_o o'olock p.m., 30 NEW and SECOND-HAND BICYCLES, including 17 New Frontinacs. This Machine has been for many years recognised as the HIGHEST of HIGH GRADE WHEELS ever m_n___4m_ed in __r__ic_. There are "none better"—"few so good;" finished genuinely throughout. Such a chance will never occur again. Also, 13 SECOND-HAND MACHINES by well-known makers, all to be sold to the highest , bidder. The Bicycles will be on vie-- Friday, 29th November, froan 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., and in the in the evening from 7.30 to 9 o'clock. NOTE—Da-e of Sale has been altered to , SATURDAY NEXT. TONKS, NORTON and CO., Auctioneers and Estate Agents, 9026 202 Hereford street. '. W. Tonks.) (W. H. Norton. ABSOLUTE C-jEIARING SALE B_ private, treaty, owner Leaving for __?glan_». MESSRS TONKS, NORTON and CO., in coEJu-aotion with Messrs Gould, Beaumont and Co., have received instructions from Major U. V. Richards, to SELL by PRIVATE TREATY, the following PROPERTIES:— 188 WOROESTE-R STREET (West), Chzistohurcih—Leasehold Property, containing _- aicre, very private, well laid out, nice garden and fruit trees. House contains 7 rooms, kitchen, scullery, hall, and outside lumber room, with fireplace, numerous conveniences inside, also large detached ladies' schoolroom with two other rooms. The lease has sixteen years to run front January next. The schoolroom, eto., is sub-let to a good tenant for seven years. The price required for the lease is very moderate, and makes the annual rental of the whole almost nominal, and thus affords a good opportunity for securing a comfortable home in thia favourite locality. Cards to vietw and full details can 'be obtained at our ofiiee. SOUTH MALVE-BN—ln the township, within 100 yds of the r__way_ station—-Lots 17----19, containing 24 perches, Hector* street, and Residence, containing seven rooms, in perfect order, tfully furnished, good water supply. For Absolute Sale, including furniture —A Genuine Bargain. Good obance for sport-men as this is acknowledged to be an ideal locality for fishing and __oot_ig. Also, close to above, facing Haas* and Fitzgerald streets, nearly half acre l_nd, with fruit and other trees, | house, well sheltered, containing seven rooms, situated close to the pottery works. Terms if required. N.B.—Furniture and Effects in 188 Worcester atreet W. will _c sold later by Auction, due notice of which will be given, i TONKS, NORTON _nd CO., Land and. Estate Agents, Hereford stroet. GEORGE KING AND CO. ', PAPANUI SALEYARDS. OUR NEXT SALE will be held on THURSDAY, DECEMBER sth, When we shall* offer a Number of Horses, Cattle, Implements, and Vehicles. p.urther Entries Invited. GEORG-E KING and CO., 9025 Auctioneers. WOOL SEASON, 1901-1902. rTXTE beg to remind our Clients that we shall be represented at the Various SALES, and SOLICIT the handling of their Clip. Onr Stores are centrally situated, and I well lighted. Clients can rely on their WOOL • being Exhibited to the Best Advantage. CASH ADVANCES MADE AGAINST WOOL FOR SALE FREE OF ; COMMISSION. ', Orders for WOOLPACKS, TWINE and \ BRANDING MATERIAL Will receive Prompt Attention. GEORGE KING and CO., Auctioneers. I ..~ ■ ' -=_ • TWR N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. SALEYARDS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28th. SPECIAL ENTRY— 400 Shorn and Two-tooth Crossbred Ewes ajid Wethers, in forward condition. N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY : COMPANY, LTD. E. G. STAVELEY, Manager. ' 902 * C. E. CALCUTT, Auctioneer. CHRISTCHURCH FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMPANY. ' ' npHB CJHRISTCHURCH FRUIT and PROJ- DUCE CO. will SELL, ia their Rooms at 9.30 a-m., Waimate Strawberries, Cherries, Lemons, and Mandarins. A General Meeting of Fruiterers and Greengrocers will take place in the above Company's Rooms at 8 p.m. THIS EVENING. Business: Re Picnic sOBI J ;:. . F. 0. TABART. WOOtL. WOOL. WOOL. SEASON 1901-1902. j rtXEB SEOONID AUCTION of the SEKIES I J- will be held at the CANTERBURY HALL, Man-cheater street, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER latth. CATALOGUES CLOSE on MONDAY, December 9th. Clients will oblige by (forwarding pt_rtic____ of wool for this sale before that date. " F. C. TAIBART. ■ 8806 GUY _T, A-otio_eer. • NATIONAL' MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z., LIMITED. WOOL SEASON, 1901-2. npHE NATIONAL MORTGAGE and ' -a- AGENCY COMPANY of X-i__W ZEA- , LAND, LIMITED, are prepared to under- * take the SHIPMENT OF WOOL TO LON- * DON during the present season on most ' favourable terms to producers. We have a most competent staff in LON--1 DON to handle New Zealand Produce, so t- are in a position to obtain the best results for our clients, while our strong financial position enables us to give Special Advantages in the way of Advances, together with absolute safety to shippers. _ Wool for shipment should be consigned to s "NATIONAL MORTGAGE," LYTTELTON. If for sale in local market, to * SIDING, -KRISTCHURCH, when it will be sold through our friends, Messrs Pxi.E and CO. Woolpacks, Twine, Corcsacks, Tnrnip, Rape, Grass, and Clover Seeds of Best Quality always in stock and supplied at Lowest Prices. B G. F. MARTIN, '- Manager. T Offices, 16a Hereford street, C__i_U_tuTt__ 6001 0 DALGETY AND CO., LTD. _- . 1 RICCARTON ESTATE. THE UNSOLD POBTIONS of the RICCARTON ESTATE are oj__. for Sale _ Privately. r For particular, apply * DALGETY and CO., LIMITED, Photos (in great variety), Is, Is 6d each; Maori Bags 9d to 4a fid each. Strange and Company.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 4 Press, Volume LVIII, Issue 11133, 27 November 1901

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