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STOP PRESS * — BY-ELECTION TOTALS. Christchurch.—The final totals in the Christchurch East by-elec-tion are: Miss Howard (Labour) 4559, H. E. Herring (Democratic Labour) 2578. M. E. Lyons (National) 2371, L. A. Efford ("Peace" candidate) 114, O. J. McKee (Independent Socialist) 22. Miss Howard's majority is increased by 172 votes. There were 213 soldiers' votes, of which 106 were cast in New Zealand and 107 overseas. Of these Miss Howard received 86, and Messrs. Lyons 49, Herring 45, Efford 3, and McKee 2.— P.A. BOWLING. Centre's singles championship.— London (Wellington), Adams (KaJWfij, Hutton (Thorndon), and McMillan (Seatoun) entered the semi-finals.

AUCTIONS. ] SALE OF DWELLING O.N ONE FLOOR, KARORI, On THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1943, At 2.30 p.m., at our Rooms, 111 CUSTOMHOUSE QY. MESSRS. S. GEORGE NATHAN AND CO. are directed to Sell by Public Auction as above. Lot 15, D.P. 3U44, Section 36, Karori District, having a frontage of 52 feet by a depth of 105 feet 7 Inches, and known as Number 9tj Campbell St., containing 3 bedrooms, bathroom with porcelain batb and basin, w.c, breakfast-room, sun porch, motor garage, kitchenette with all usual conveniences, including electric stove. City water and drainage. This property ls situated In a fine sunny position handy to the bus and within five minutes' walk to the tram. Further particulars from the Auctioneers, S. GEORGE NATHAJM AND CO. AUCTION SALE. TOMORROW, THURSDAY, At 1.30 p.m. Sharp. AT OUR MART, 110 LAMBTON QY. SILVERSTONE AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, will offer on behalf of a number of clients large consignment of quality furniture and carpets, included in which are :— Six-piece oak dining suite (drawleaf table), 9 x 12 SUPER WILTON CARPET (green and fawn tonings), 3-piece solid oak bedroom suite (36in circle mirror), 3-piece lounge suite, CENTURION RADIO SET, Singer 66 sewing machine, 4-PIECE ROSEWOOD BEDROOM SUITE, 4ft 6in inner spring mattress (worth, £20), FOLDING PUSH CHAIR, antique 3-piece { fireside suite, elec. radiator, 9 x 10.6 Wilton carpet, 9 x 12 Ax. carpet, roller-top writing j desk, 2 window seat squabs, rimu robes, duchesses, t. wagons, occasional tables, easy chairs, | seagrass chairs, 4ft 6in mattress, oak duchesse, | and numerous sundries. 187 LOTS 187 j This is an excellent selection of quality goods, j SALE STARTS 1.30 P.M. SHARP. j Goods Now on View. ! SILVERSTONE AND CO., ! Auctioneers, j 110 Lambton Qy., opp. Occidental Hotel. Tel. 41-279. J TOMORROW, at 1.30 p.m. IN THE MART, 40 MANNERS ST. CW. PRICE AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, • will sell a quantity, of Furniture, Carpets, Wringez'3, etc., removed to tlie Mart for convenience of sale. i COMPRISING: 27YDS AX. FAWN CARPET, 2SYDS BLUE j WILTON, 2 CARPET SQUARES, 12ft x 9ft. 10ft 6in x Oft, 2 DIVAN SUITES, shop soiled, oak dining and bedroom suites, fireside suites and chairs, congoleum square, Donaldson gas oven. Majestic wireless set, D.C. wireless set. Acme wringers, loud speaker, Electrolux cleaner, concrete and kauri tubs, porcelain and iron sinks, 4 doz. tumblers, double mattresses, kitchen table and chairs, rugs, runners, 81 single quills, hall stands, dinner wagons, 3 cots, Morris couches, Standard lamp, partitions, vases, saws, tomahawks, tools, 3 oak wheelback chairs, drawleaf table, feltex, lino, etc. No Reserve. C. W. PRICE, Auctioneer.

TTTOODVILLE RACES, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20. First race 11.15. Wln-and-Place. Special Railcar from WeHlnglo'n via Wairarapa 7 a.m. (passengers south of Masterton only). Special Train from Palmerston North 9-30. Good Racing assured. Bus service from station. H.M. or U.S.A. Uniform admits gratis. W. A. LYON, Secretary. I^^^H RINGS I!MHORDER WMmMADD |!£SSCHARM KViTO ■■■■gift Call and ••«. aa or writ* for particular*. Shortest of workmen prevanta u« •ho wing our usual largo window •election. But v/m «UU male* up worthwhile ring* of our fin* quality gem* me Miii-NMomi jewituns or weuincto* __________________ ilmrt _ 563 ________ : j

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Post, Volume CXXXV, Issue 40, 17 February 1943

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