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TO-MORROW, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, 18th AND 19th MAY,* 1909, Commencing each day at 10 a m. IMPORTANT 'SALE OF HIGH-CLASS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CURIOS. OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLOURS. At the Residence, No. 223, Wellingtonterrace. MESSRS. J. H. BETHUNE AND CO. have been favoured with instructions from T. E. Donne. Esq., who is leaving for England, to sell by auction, at his residence, as above — The whole of his splendid HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and APPOINTMENTS, contents of drawingroom, diningroom, hall, billiardroom, study, 5 bedrooms, kitchen, storeroom, balconies, and laundry, including — OIL PAINTINGS and WATER COLOURS by Gully, Barraud, Nerli, Worsley, Christmas, Brooke-Smith, Neville, Leslie, Hoyte, Hans Heysen, Pcrrett, Yon Meyern, Rubaldi, Hodgkins, Hounsom, Byles, R.8.A., R. Stone, and other world-renowned artists Maori and South Sea Island Curios Horns and heads from various countries Winchester and other magazine rifles, sporting guns, and ammunition Choico Sheraton rosewood and finelycarved chairs and eotlces Rich Axminster carpets and ruga Cork carpet and best linoleum Alcock's combination billiard and dining table with all accessories Massive sideboard and dinner wagons Diningroom suites and divan 'chairs Kirkman piano in rosewood caso Mahogany dressing cabinet and duchesse pair Double mahogany bedstead, mahogany writing desk and bookcase combined Library table, cheft'onier-bookcaso Cloisonne vases and Dresden china ornaments Royal Doulton ware, c.p. and silver ware Choice dinner service 2 graphophones and records English^ saddle and bridle. Aluminium saucepan?, kitchen utensils, and sundries. Complete catalogues of the 780 lots will be posted to any address on application. On view on Monday Afternoon and on Morning of Sale. J. H. BETHUNE AND CO., Auctioneers. TUESDAY, 18th MAY, 1909, At 1.30 o'clock. IN THE FRUIT MARKET, ALLEN-S'IREET. '.INITIAL SALE OF NURSERY STOCK. An Extensive and Varied Consignment from Mr. W. B. Hardy's Hutt Nursery. mOWNSEND AND PAUL. LTD., will — L sell at auction, without reserve^ — Fruit, flowering, ornamental, shelter trees Hedge, bedding, and decorative plants in great variety Pot plants and palms in pots, etc. Catalocrues in Preparation. WEDNESDAY, 19th MAY, 1909, At 1.30 o'clock p.m. AUCTION SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, CHIPPENDALE DUCHESSE PAIR, CHESTERFIELD LOUNGE, INVALID'S CHAIR, AND EFFECTS. Aleo, A A ENGRAVINGS AND WELL- ,| ft w FRAMED PICTURES. *±\} Removed to Our Rooms for Convenience of Sale. T KENNEDY MACDONALD. LTD., • have received instructions to sell at their Rooms, 157, Lambton-quay, as above — A large quantity of Suporior Household Furnishings, Chesterfield Lounge, Piano, Extension Dining Table, Invalid's Chair, Etc., Etc., Etc. Full details on Tuesday. Householders desirous of disposing of surplus furniture or houses of furniture, would do well to consult us. Our regular weekly sales are well-established now, and we have always a good class of buyers in attendance. Further entries are invited for this sale. E. JOHNSTON. Auctioneer. BY ORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE IN THE BANKRUPT ESTATE OF T. G. BOTTERILL. FRIDAY, 21st MAY, 1909, Commencing at 11 o'clock a.m. sharp. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION OF THE WHOLE STOCK OF JEWELLERY, - STUDS, CLOTHING, DRAPERY SHOP FITTINGS, SHOW CASES ETC., ETC., IN THE ABOVE ESTATE. Removed to Our Rooms. T KENNEDY MACDONALD. LTD., • have received instructions from the Official Assignee to sell at their rooms, 157, Lambton-quay (in the estate of T. G. Botterill, bankrupt) as above — The whole of the Stock, comprising — O-j AA WORTH of Jewellery, Studs, *lvU Links, Watches. Brooches, i Chains, Rings, Tie Clips, Etc. Also, Large quantity of Clothing and Drapery, Suits, Overcoats, Benches. Office Desk, Show Cases, lot of Shelving, Step Ladder, etc., etc. To be sold ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. On view Thursday Afternoon from 2 o'clock p m. E. JOHNSTON. Auctioneer. '70,000 ACRES OF FREEHOLD LAND, AT ONLY A FEW SHILLINGS PER ACRE, Together with about 500 Head of CATTLE. NO MORTGAGE ON THE TITLE. rjUtE extraordinary low price fixed for -i- the above Freehold will fairly stagger intending buyers. Other properties in lieu of cash will be entertained. The land is situated in a rising district, with a projected railway through the land. The property is well adapted for grazing, fruit growing, and cereals ; every part of it can be profitably utilised. A plnoky speculator, iirveatoT, or farmer will make his fortune in a very short period by availing himself of this opportunity. For all further particulars apply to H. FRANKS, 7a. King's Chambers. Harbour-st. FREEZING SHEEP AND LAMBS. mHE WELLINGTON MEAT EXPORT , COMPANY, LTD., is prepared to PURCHASE FAT SHEEP and LAMBS by -weight or at per head. The company also offers clients every facility for freezing on 'their own account.. Prices can be obtained on application ■at the Company's Offices or from any of the Buyers in the country. W. G. FOSTER, Managing Director. POST FREE.— Arsenical Pills, Is 6d; Certicura Soap, Is ; Spring Blossom ♦Soap, 6d ; "Hawkins's Instant Relief Asthma Powder," Is and 2s tin ; Spring Blossom Ointment, 6d and Is ; Spring Blossom Pills, 6d and Is; Bloomine Corn Cure, 6d : Mandarin Laundry Glaze. 6d and la. Sold everywhere. From Wholesale Druggists, or Mrs. Louisa Hawkins, Geor_e-Btreet, Dunedin. SOCIETY FOR PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN. THE Secretary will be in attendance at the Rooms, Bridge's Buildings, 102, Willis-street, on TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNINGS, from 10 to 12.30. All stnotly confidential.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume LXXVII, Issue 115, 17 May 1909

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Volume LXXVII, Issue 115, 17 May 1909