AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, At 10 o’clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. A 4 the Otago Coni and Wool Exchange Vogel street. TkONALD REID AND CO., LTD.. JLr • w iH sell, as above, Oats, wheat, barley, chart potatoes. MONDAY. 2nd NOVEMBER, At 9.45 a.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At their Stores, Cumberland and Vogel streets. TV ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED. JkJ will sell by auction, at above time. Oats, wheat, chaff, etc. MONDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER. Sale by Anri inn. AT ROOMS. DOWLING STREET. At 2 o'clock. TELESCOPE TABLE. IMITATION MARBLE DINING ROOM CLOCK, HANDSOME OAK DUCHESSE PAIR, HEAVY HALL CARPET RUNNER. DIAMOND MIRROR HALL STAND, WALNUT OVER: MANTEL, ANTIQUE COPPER KERB AND ISONS Etc., Etc, •TAMES SAMSON AND CO 9M have been favored with iestrue .ons to sell by auction, at tucir Rooms, Dowling street, a largo catalogue of Household Furniture, including— Dining room suite, Prather chairs ami couches. Jubilee chairs, SEAGRASS CHAIRS, linoleums. AXMINSTKR CARPET SQUARES, r.p. hearthrugs, tender-, and brasses, copper suites, ornaments, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO cutlery, china wave, mgs. EXTENDING DINING TABLE, OAK SIDEBOARD (HEAVILY CARVED), table covers, curtains, poles, and fittings, occasional tables and chairs, palm stands, flower bowls, hall stands, slip mats, door mats, carpet runners, passage linoleums, hall tables and chairs, d.i. beds, s.i. beds, heavy cak duchesse pairs, child.?’ drop-side cots, SHELL WARE, commode?, shakedowns, stretchers, wire mattresses, kapok mattresses, flock mattresses, chests of drawers, mirrors. WING MIRROR OH EVA LA, blankets, KITCHEN DRESSERS. kitchen chairs, tables, cooking utensils, clocks, etc., etc. TUESDAY, 3rd NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock. At Rooms, Princes street. TO INVESTORS AND SPECULATORS. In the Estate of E. Solomons, deceased. CITY FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Known as ALBERT TERRACE, George street (near Union street). FULL QUARTER-ACRE AND 3 HOUSES. Total Annual Rental, £221. VLEX. HARRIS AND CO. ; have received instructions from thej Trustees. Executors, and Agency Co., Ltd., ; Trustees in the Estate of E. Solomon?, de- j ceased, to sell, as above, j Section 4, Block XXX.. Dunedin, fronting i George street, area 1 ror-d. with 4 Brick I 2-story Dwellings auu 4 Wood Dwellings I thereon, known as Albert Terrace, all well • let. Total annual rent,.l. .£221. This makes 1 a good investment, as the property is do>:o | to the penny Beet ton of the car, and in a I popular residential part of the City. i WEDNESDAY, 4th NOVEMBER, ! At 2 o'clock. 1 At Ropnit, 221 Princes street. Instructed by the Owner (who haa left Dunedin). j Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale, ! SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. OAK MIRROR-BACK. SIDEBOARD, DRAWING ROOM OCCASIONAL SUITE | iGeaaa \ elveTT. i EXTENDING DINING TABLE. RED FINE SIDEBOARD, KAURI MIRROR-DOOR WARDROBE. AGNIFIGENT OAK SEMI-GTLGVD PIANO i i Broad wood, 'White, mid Co., Loudoul, 3ft BILLIARD TABLE, mirror-back sideboard, oak, seuii-gnuid rano, walnut ovcnnaiuel, occasional suite i Genoa velvet, leather dining suite, red I )ne extending dining tabic, wicker chairs, ! irror-back hall stand, palm stand.?, rattan , _ ire, linoleum, coal vase, brass kerbs and brasses, bric-a-brao cabinet, couches, linger i sewing machine, chiffonier, child's cot, child's ," v »ir, occasional tables, duchesse chests, * duchesse tables, fenders and iron?, double and single iron bedsteads, wire matures.?, fl.-ick \ mattresses, Austrian chairs, tapestry inipvt, i hall curtains, hearthrugs, oil paintings, mir- ; ror-door wardrobes, gtadstoue Lag, kitchen tables, 2-roller mangle, wood-turning lathe, ’ r garden seats, crockery, crystal, kitchen utensils, etc., etc., etc. T. 4 LEX. HARRIS AND ullh have received instructions to auction, as above. CO. II by THURSDAY, sth NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, No. 197 Cargill street, ! Dunedin (near Arthur street). . Instructed By Mrs Hurley (who i? leaving i Dunedin). i SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD F URN ITU RE j AND FURNISHINGS. WALNUT SEMI-GRAN D RUNG (Willi. Bolim). DRAWING ROOM OCCASIONAL SUITE, 1 •KAURI DINING TABLE, MIRROR-BACK HALL STAND. KAURI MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. 1 MASSIVE RED PINE DUCHESSE CHEST, i Brussels hall runner, inlaid Unoleuiir, wicker | easy chairs, rattan chairs, mirror-back hall | stand, steel-head fenders and irons, Ax- i minster hearthrugs, whatnots, occasional mbles, Austrian chairs, Canadian dining occasional suite, piano stool, Brussels Japanese vases, photogravures, oil lace curtains, horsehair couch, table, kauri mirror-back sideboatd, JRniitaliort marble timepiece, seltzogene, electroplated ware, bookshelf, books, reading lamp, hail linoleum, crystal, Axiiunater slip mats, massive red pine duchesse chest, single iron bedsteads, toiLt chests, wire mattresses, fiock and kapok mattresses, washsumd and ! ware, kauri duchesso chest, double bra-?s-r»il | iron bedsteads, platform rocker, kauri mirror- i door wardrobe, shakedown, carpet sweeper, ! garden tools, crockeiv, brass-door step, I I wringer, FISHING ROD AND BASKET. ■ \‘ A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. | have received insiructiou* to ?di by ; auction, as above. | SATURDAY. 7th NOVEMBER, I At 12.30 o'clock. On the Premise?, Melbourne street. South ; Dunedin (near Fortuity School). ! CLEARING SALE BUILDING .MATERIAL. ■ 50 SHEETS FIRST-CLASS ROOFING IRON, | 100 ft 4x2 and ,3x2 RED PINE STUDS, \ 250 ft KAURI CEILING, 500 ft WEATHERBOARDS. 6 WINDOWS, 5 PANELLED DOORS, 400 ft LINING. Also, GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL. F A LEX. ’A HARRIS AND Auctioneers. TUESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER. ; At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms. Prince? street, LEASEHOLD INVESTMENT’ PROPERTY, j 40-42 WILKIE ROAD, KENSINGTON. ; Two 4-room Cottage.?, baths, washhouses, , coal sheds, drained to sewer. Good tenants | are always available for these houses, situ- j ated 90 close to the City am! within penny ' car section. Rental return shows 9.', per cent, clear. 7 A LBS:. HARRIS AND Cu. jCjL are instructed )>v the Owner twdm ha? left Dunedin) to sell by auction, as above. TUESDAY. 17th NOVEMBER. At 12.30 o’clock. At Rooms, Princes direct, Duncum. fp Account of the Liquidator of the Out rum Societies' Hall Co.. Lid. OUTRAM HALL AND FREEHOLD. ALEX. HARRIS AND CO. fV. have received instructions to sell by uctioD, as above, Parts of Section 18, Extension! of Oniram. rea 19 3 poles, freehold, with a substantial .rick Httilding, 33ft by 66tt. known ns TTfR OUTRAN! HALL," Of led with 2 side joint, seats, and form? BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. nrTB have been inrtructc-rl by Mr 11. E. fir M'Gowan, Potato Specialist. WillowritDe, S Canterbmv. io EL-11, mi VVEDNES,\Y Next, at 2.30 p.nm 120 bag, of PRIME ABLE and SEED Potatoes, the proceeds ). »e handed to the Belgian Relief Fund. We trust intending buyers will give iheir as Ist anew. REILLY, GILL. AND CO., Fruit and Produce Auctioneers. pwiltE ‘Star’ Garden , JLi enlarged edition. ilUi.'fiookiellew. Annual, revised and Price, one shilling.
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