AUCTIONS. PYNE ANB 00. ~ T|ABPIEIiD S ALB YARD £.. FRIDAY N_XT. OUR PRESENT ENTRIES ARE— 100 Cros-bred Ewes, with 130 Lambs at foot Ono Five-horse Wool Waggon, in good ordei and condition We shall be glad to receive further en trie* for thia sale. PYNE and CO., 9034 ' Auctioneers. SPRINGSTON SALEYARDS. MONDAY NEXT. THB USUAL MONTHLY SALE will take place, at oibovo Date, and PRESENT ENTRIES comprising— 3 Purebred Yearling Shorthorn Bulls, on account of Hy. Pannett, Esq., 400 Crossbred Ewes, with lamiba at foot, in lines to suit 60 Prime Fat Two-tooths 80 Prime Fat Ewes • We shall be pleased to receive advices of other stock coming -forward. PY__J and CO., 9033 Auctioneers. CLEARING SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. HAVING Sold the Farm, Mr THOMAS GUDSELL has instructed us to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. At his HOMESTEAD, WEEDONS, On THURSDAY, the sth of DECEMBER, The whole of his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, Comprising:— 5 Good Draught Horses, broken to all farm work, including a three-year-old i gelding, just broken j 1 Two-year-old Draught Filly 3 Good Dairy Cows, in full profit 2 Sows in pig, 1 Sow and litter 400 Shorn Sheep, all two-tooths, par* fat, j balance very forwaid Farm Dray and Frame, Tip T-ray, Chatham Winnowing Machine (new), Walter A. i Wood Binder (nearly new), 2 Sets Har- j rows. Duncan Cultivator J 1 F. Ficugh, ] Trap and Harness, Tools, Barnes., Fowls, 4 Hives of Boos | Household Furniture, and the X'&ual Sundries. Sale at 12 o'clock. Luncheon Frc.ided. I PYNE and CO., 9069 Anoaoi'fers. . WOOL SEiASON 1901-1902. TTTTE are now receiving WOOL into Store for VV; OUR SECOMD SALE. Which Takes Place on THJJRSDAT, DBC___BE_S 15__, And shall be glad to Receive Consignments. PY___ and CO., 9052 " Auctioneers. F. S. MALCOLM AND CO. THIS DAY", 1 o'clock. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. IJ"* S. MA3-DOL__ and CO., instructed by ? • Mrs Colbrook, will BT-LL, in their Central Auction Rooms, as above THIS DAY, FURNITURE AMD EFFECTS, Removed for convenience of sale, Including piano, suite in tapestry, 2 dining tables, chairs, duohess chest and washstand-, ware, etc., peramibula-or, dinner service, glassware, cutlery, brass-rail and other bedsteads, kapoo bed and lot bedding, 2 cots, fenders and irons, piotures, counter, __mips, gas brackets, go-cart, and large quantity of sundries. F. S. MALCOLM and CO., 9029 ; Auctioneers. TCTOR SALE, CHEAP—American Organ, 16 -*• stops, nearly new Haake Piano, Billiard I Table complete, Grand Piano (Collard and Collard), 10 Cases Austrian Chairs, 2 Wardrobes (rimu and kauri), Inlaid Kauri Dressing Tables, Burglar-proof Safes, 5 Cases Brassmounted Bedsteads. F. S. MALCOLM and CO., Manufacturers' Agents. LATEST GRAMAPHONE and RECORDS. JUST REC__T_v___ POR SALE— 100 Newest Records, Talks and Songs, etc 6 Gramaphonos, direct from Agent. On Salo, London Price. F. S. MALCOLM and CO., Agents. FOR SALE.—IDEAL HOME. , MODERN SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, CLYDE ROAD, RICCARTON. SUBSTANTIALLY built House, containing 9 rooms, bathroom, washhouse, scullery, pantry, cupboards, etc., hot and cold water,, eleotrio bells, etc., 8-stall stable, man's room, tool house, etc., with magnificent water supply, all in apple pie order. Ground contains 2 acres, beautifully laid out in orchard, tennis lawn, garden, and paddock, trout stream running through ground. Terms to suit buyers. Apply F. S. MALCOLM and CO. CENTRAL AUCTION ROOMS. AUCTION SALES, gTO. FURNTTURE and EFFECTS, MERCHANDISE, ETC., sold by Publio Auction, in our Rooms, EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. Clients are requested to send Goods, eto., DAY PREVIOUS TO SALE. OUT-DOOR SALES Personally Attended to by our Mr Maloolm. Every detail attended to and economy studied in the interests of Clients. F. S. MALCOLM and CO., Auctioneers and Land Salesmen. H. B. SORENSEN. LYTTELTON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28th. Commencing one ahar-p. HB. SORENSEN has received instruo- • tions from Mrs Ryan (widow of the late Captain Ryan), -who is giving up housekeeping, to SELL by PUBLIO AUCTION, on tho premises, just above the Public Tennis Courts (near the Dock), HOUSEHOLD FURNITUKE and EFFECTS, consisting of brassmounted d-i. bedstead, washstand, waro, duchesso ohest, ohest drawers, mattresses, fenders, fireirons, carpets, linoleum, slip and doormats, curtains, sewing machine, sofa, Austrian chairs, tables, 1 deck chair, barometer, 1 mirror, cruet, arookeiy, glassware, dresser, kitchen chairs, usual collection of pots, saucepans, and sundries. 9018 H. B. SORENSEN, Auctioneer. FIRST ANNUAL SALE. JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS. FRIDAY, NOVE__BER 29th. Sale at 2 p.m. Sharp. To Hotelkeepere and Others Who Want a •Few Casks or Octaves of Wine at their Price. HB. SORENSEN has received instructions • from Mr E. C. Mouldey, of the Waverley Wine Vaults, Worcester street, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Premises, 600 Gallons of 3 to 6-year-old Port, White Constantia, Rich Red Constantia, Sherry, Verdeilho, and Light Wines from the North Island Vineyards. Also from tbe well-known vineyards of Mr Mouldey. N.B.—This is a new departure in trade to introduce N.Z. Wines to the public, without reserve, thus saving duty. Call and sample at the Waverley Wine Vaults, Christchurch. H. B. SORENSEN, 8759 Auctioneer. R. LATTER. CLEARING SALE. ~ HILL TOP HOTEL, BARRY'S BAY. TICK R. LATTER has received instrucfions ■*"■ from Mr Ernest Watkins, who has aold his property at Little River, to HOLD A CLEARING SALE OF STOCK, At the Hill Top, on Saturday, November 30th, 1901, When tbe following lines of CATTLE will be offered:—: 100 Yearlings, mixed sexes 80 Two-year-old Heifers 10 Three-year-old Heifers . 20 Two-year-old Steers 10 Fat Cows and Heifers . Hacks and Harness Horses And on account of other Owners, 50 _hree-yea_r -old StecTs './■-'■ 73 Yearlings, mixed sexes Sale at 1 o'clock, R. LATTER, 9063 __ Auctioneer. LTVER TWIST asked for more. So will you when you have once tried Highlander Condensed Mi IV. .
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