JERVOIS-QUAY. JERVOIS-QUAY. MONDAY, 21sb JANUARY, At 2 p.m. f AERY AND CO., LTD., will sell by ■"-^ auction at thoir now rooms, Jervoisquay— AAfb Sac ' c 9 extra "cavy oaten tfcvU ghoaf o haff (now season's) * JERVOIS-QUAY. JERVOIS-QUAY. MONDAY. 21sb JANUARY, At 11 a.m. TT AERY AND CO. LTD., have received n 1 instructions to sell by auotion, at their new rooms, Jervois-quay — Tho contents of a small grocery store. In New Rooms, Jervois-quay. JERVOIS-QUAY. JERVOIS-QUAY. WEDNESDAY, 23rd JANUARY, At 2 o'olock. DIRECT FROM JAPAN. T AERY AND CO., LTD., havo received JLJ instructions to sail by auction, at their new rooms, Jervois-quay— A splendid consignment of rattan fur* ntMira 50 rolls China matting Etc., etc JERVOIS-QUAY. • MONDAY, 21st JANUARY, At 11 o'oloek. •TflT F. SHORTT will sell at his, mart, Lty ■ Willis-street, on account of a gentleman removing into a smaller house — Scotch chest, duchess pair, cane rocker ' with cushion, double iron bedstead, wirewovo mattrasies, kapok beds, wiro stretchers, suite in tapestry,' extension dining ■table, toilet seta, mirrors, toilet tables, hall stand, marble-top washstand, walnut piano, overmantel, 8-day clock, set of pony harness, linoloums, cartfets, pots, pans, dinner service, cups and saucers, and sundries. VALUABLE CITY PROPERTIES, For Absolute Sale. MONDAY, 28th JANUARY, At 2.30 p.m. SPECIALLY IMPORTANT To Those in Search of Comfortable Homes. To Thoso in Search of a Sound Investment. To Those in Search of Capital Building Sitps. Somo of the Most Valuable Sites in South WoHmgton and Thorndon. Splendid Rent-producing Properties. Wi F. SHORTT has been favoured » waih instructions from the owner, to soil by public auction, at his rooms, Willis-street, tho following highly desirablo City properties: — BE VANS-STREET— Part Town Acre 922^ land 125 ft 6in frontage, on which are crectad three 5-roomed houses and one 5-roomed houses and shop, nearly opposite Newtown School. MURPHY-STREET— Part Town Acre 585 ; land 21ft 9in x 65ft 6in, with 7roomed houso and every convenience, opposito Dr. De Ronzi's. MINERVA-STREET— Nos. 7 and 9, part Town Aero 776 ; land 43ft x 91ft, with two 4-roomed houses, and every convenience. BLYTXIE-STREET— No. 1, corner section, with frontage of 54ft oin to BlythcFtront and depth of 126 ft 2in to South-JJI.VTFE-STREET— Xo. 2, 42ft 7in x 341 ft to 155 ft. BLYTHE-STREET— No. 3, 44ft sin x 175 r t 3> ■PT/TT-STNEET— No. 3, 33ft x 157 ft. ■pTTT-^TTTVT— No. 9. 35ft x 157 ft. rir'r.RTEEET— No. 10, corner section, .Tit 6"n to Pitt-street x 122 ft 6in to 'Vij-.'-c-itro-^t. 7">n" obevo hou=e« havo just been rei r'rted end thoroughly renovated, and are ril cp"nrr- lp(ll p(l with the drainage under the r°v C'-iy Bylaws. Full particulars on apI'liLation to THE AUCTIONEERS. MONDAY, 28th JANUARY, 1901, At 2.30. ' VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY. SITUATED IN MANNERS-STREET. Nos. 53, 53a, 55, 57. \tfsT F. OHOPvTT has been favoured TV • with instructions to sell at hia .mart, Willis-street — All that piece or parcel of land, being part of Town Aero No. 202, with tho buildings thereon, having a frontago of 61ft 6in to Mannersstreet with a depth varying from 97ft to 113 ft. This proporty is ono of the most valuable sites in tho City of Wellington, and is at present occupied by Mr. Cook's Library, a confectioner's shop, and Mr. Ilyder's Stationery Depot. Tho whole will bo submitted in ono lot, and will prove a grand opportunity for tpeculators and others. Terms and conditions at sale. Further Entries Invited. WOOL SALES. lV ELLINGTON WOOL SALES. * The following aro tho dates fixed by tho WELLINGTON WOOLBBOKER3 ASSOCIATION for this Season's Bales :— 3rd SALE, 25th JANUARY. 4th SALE, 14th FEBRUARY. Catalogues close on tho MONDAY beforo the date of sale. Revised Scale of Selling Charges can be had on application from the undersigned members of tho Association. The charge on Wool offered but not sold will be 2a per bale for tho first offering, aud la per bale for each subsequent offering. WAIRARAPA FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSOCIATION, Ltd. MURRAY, ROBERTS & CO. LEVIN & CO., Ltd. UNITED FARMERS' CO-OP. ASBO- . 'CIATION, Ltd. IT. Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., Ltd. TUESDAY, 26th FEBRUARY 1901. At 2.30 o'clock. Estate of the late George Friend. IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION. Valuable Block of 13$ acres Froohold Land and large Dwellinghouso in most Central part of Karori. MKSSKS. J. H. BETHUNE & CO. are instructed by the Executrix in tho estate of tho lato Georgo Freind to sell by publio anotion at their rooms, Feathorstonstreet, on Tuosday, 26th. February, at 2.30 p.m. That magnificent Block of Freehold Suburban Building Land containing 13j acres, boing part of suction No. 37, Karori, having exceptionally long frontages to throo publio roads, together with the comfortable onestory Dwellinsfhouse erected thereon containing 9 rooms and conveniences, occupied by F. J. M' Donald, Esq., also new Btable, coachhouse, and outbuildings. This channinpr proporty is situated two miles from tho General Post Office, and ad•joina tho properties of tho Hon. C. J. Johnston, M.L.C.. and Mr. H. Cook. Most of tho land is level, and could with advantage bo subdivided into building allotments, being well sheltered, and luwiii<,' a. permanent water supply. Part of tho land is laid out as tennis lawn orchard, and ornamental flower garden, while tho whole property constitutes an nnrivallcd rcaidonco in ono of the most healthy suburbs. In tho event of t.ho abovo not being dispn,od of in ono lot i'j will bo immediately sirtorwaids ofteied in two lots, viz.— Lot 1, 8a 3 r l"p, with dwo'.linghonso ; lot 2, 4a, Jr 271> building land. For i'ui-tlipi- particulars and cards to view, api>ly to J. H. BETHUNE & CO.. Auotionpfira,
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