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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 11th NOVEMBER. At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Manso street. As a Going Concern. THE OTAGO PATENT FIREWOOD SUPPLY COMPANY. LEAsk OF PREMISES AND PLANT, Lower ' Rattray street (opposite Wharf). PARK, REYNOLDS, , LIMITED, arc instructed by the Proprietors to fell by auction, The Right to a Lease for 7 years, at £6O per annum, of Promises, Lower Rattray street (opposite Rattray street wharf), part •of Section 4, Block 48, Dunedin, with buildings used by Otcgo Patent Firewood Supply Company. Also MACHINERY, 8 to 10 h.p. Crosslby gas engine, iron bench with sliding tables, circular saws, patent guard attachments Glover’s patent woodchopping machine, with elevator, bundling benches, and all necessary equipment, office desks, fireproof safe, sundries, etc. This is a capital cha-ce for a small working party or coal merchant to take up a really profitable business, which has been established 8 years, and has been very successful. The business, on account, of dissolution of partnership, must be sold. MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. BEAUTIFULLY-SITUATED ROSLYN PROPERTY, No. 21 Sheen street (formerly Frederick street), “ Whare-Kahu,” the Residence of T. K. Harty, Esq. (who is removing to the North Island). FULL QUARTER-ACRE and 8 ROOMS. PARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, are instructed by T. K. Harty, Esq., to sell by auction, Section 19, Roslyn Extension, containing quarter-acre freehold, together with Singlestory 8-roomed House (plastered throughout, bathroom (enamel bath and hot ana cold water), drained to D.B. regulations, bay win dows; magnificent unbroken view of Harbor and surrounding hills. k This is a beautiful Residential Property, which lies well to the sun, has splendid shelter, and the garden is a special feature of the property, being stocked with beautiful flowering annuals. We confidently recommend inspection, and cards can bo obtained at our office. Also, HARBOR SEASIDE SECTIONS, COLINSWOOD, MACANDREW’S BAY. Sections 54 and 55, containing 1 rood 24 poles, and having a irontago of 132 ft to Marion street ROSS POINT, PORTOBELLO. Section 3, containing 15.39 poles, fronting Ross crescent. This is tho best situation available for a seaside homo in this favorite township. Don't neglect to inspect these sites. MONDAY. 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Manso street. In the Estate of Miss M. H. S. Ramsay (deceased). CONVENIENT CITY PROPERTY, Nos. 72 and 74 DUNCAN STREET. 7 and 6-ROOMED HOUSES, i-ACRE FREEHOLD. PARK, REYNOLDS. LIMITED, ! are instructed to sell by auction, ] Section 39, Block XI., Dunedin, containing i-acre (66 frontage to Duncan street), together with No. 74, 7-roomed House, box windows and portico, bathroom (hot and cold water), electric light, slate roof, brick wall, drained to D.B. regulations; a really comfortables home. No. 72, 6 Rooms, electrie light, drained to D.B. regulations, garden, etc. This is a conveniently-situated property, within 10 minutes of Post Office, lacing north, and with splendid close to Otago Bowling Green, and one of the best residential portions of the City. Terms can be arranged, and a largo amount of the purchase money can remain at 5i per cent. ■ TUESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER. At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, No. 356 George street, City (near Albany street). Instructed by Miss Hay (who is leaving Dunedin). MODERN FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANO (W. Bowman). On View Morning of Sale. PARK, REYNOLDS. LIMITED, will sell by auction, as above, KAURI AND TAPESTRY OCCASIONAL SUITE, BRUSSELS CARPET, Overmantel, occasional furniture, red pine sideboard, rugs, lace curtains, 'mahogany bookcase-chiffonier, vases and ornaments, mahogany extension dining table, mahogany chiffonier, couch, piano stool, linoleum, MAHOGANY HORSEHAIR SUITE, KAURI MIRROR-DOOR WARDROBE. Bedsteads and mattresses, commode, dressing pair, toilet chests, and general bedroom "furniture, Austrian chairs, rattan settee, SINGER SEWING MACHINE. Kitchen furniture and utensils, wringer, meat safe, steps, lawn mower, garden chair, fi.-hing rod, basket, and waders. MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms, Liverpool and Bond streets. ST. CI.AIR. ST. CLAIR. CHOICE FREEHOLD AND HOUSE. Splendidly situated. Comer site, and room for another house. JOHN REID AND SONS, LTD., instructed by the Local Deputy Public Trustee, in the Estatfc of Patrick Gotten, deceased, will offer, as above, Allotments 18 and 19, Block HI., St. Clair, ccntaining 1 rood 6.2 poles, corner Norfolk and Onslow streets, with Verandah House of 6 rooms (pantry, scullery, washhouse, tubs and copper) thereon. These arc charming and excellent sections in a favorite part of a favorite suburb, close to car terminus and beach. The House is on tho comer allotment, the other section being vacant, and failing a sale In one lot the allotments will then bo offered separately. As it is desired to wind up the Estate, buyers and speculators should not fail to inspect this desirable property. EDUCATIONAL. • ARCHERFIELD.” Finishing school for girls. Conducted hv Mrs NISBET. X HIGH.-CLASS BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRDS. In Fine Residential Mansion, in Healthiest Part of Dunedin ijust above Fernlull nub). Mrs Nisbet has secured the services of the following FULLY CERTIFICATED TEACHERS for 1915; Senior nntl Junior School: Miss GIBBS, M.A., Miss JACOBS, 8.A., Miss CHURCH Kindergarten: Miss FITZGERALD. Visiting Teachers for Music. Drawing, Dancing, Calisthenics, Conversational French, ate. . , Tho House Arrangements and Discipline are the especial care of Mrs Nisbet. PUPILS MAY NOW BE ENROLLED FOR NEXT YEAR. Limited Number of Vacancies for Boarders. For prospectus and ail particulars apply Mrs NISBET. Lees street, Dunedin. OTAGO BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL, DUNEDIN. mWO JUNIOR ASSISTANT MASTERS .L are required for tho above School. Duties to commence Ist February. 1916. The work will be mainly general teaching (including Latin or French), with first year forma. Commencing salary. £l6O per annum. Tho masters appointed will be required 'to take a share in Cadet work, and to interest themselves in the outside work and life o/ the School. Applications, stating age. quali--1 ficaticr.3 (scholastic, athletic, etc.), and teach. ■ ing experience, with copies of testimonials, to be in the hands of the undersigned by MONDAY, tho 16th November. P J. NESS, j Secretary Board of Governors, Jetty street, Dunedin. ITHHE ‘Star’ Garden Annual, the book.for JL the amateur gardener; full of useful information. AU booksellers, one shilling. ,
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