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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 9th NOVEMBER. At 10 o’clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At the Otago Corn and Wool Exchange Vogel street. Donald reid and co.. i/td. will sell, as above. Oats, wheat, barley, chaff potatoes. MONDAY, 9th NOVEMBER, At 9.45 a.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At their Stores, Cumberland and Vogel streets. D ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED, will sell by auction, at above time, Oats, wheat, chaff, etc. MONDAY. 9th NOVEMBER. At 2 o’clock. Sale by Auction. IN ROOMS, DOWLING STREET. OAK ROLL-TOP DESK. WING-MIRROR CHBVAL. SHELLWARE. TELESCOPE DINING TABLE, LEATHER CHAIRS AND COUCHES OAK HALL STAND (MIRROR BACK), GENUINE SE AGR ASS SETTEE AND CHAIRS TO MATCH. Etc., Etc. BEAUTIFUL OAK SIDEBOARD (HANDSOMELY CARVED), dining room suites, overmantels, ornaments, t HESThRFIELD. copper kerbs and irons, fenders and brasses, HEAVY AX MINSTER CARPET SQUARE, v p. hearthrugs, v.p. table rovers. GENUINE SKAGRASS SETTEE AND (HAIRS TO MATCH, leather chairs and couches. Jubilee chairs, occasional tables and chair?, chinaware palm stands, flower bowls, mirrors, pictures, books, cutlery, HALL STAND -MIRROR BACK, SIDE SKAT), ball chairs, carved ball tables, slip mats. HEAVY HALL RUNNER, passage linoleums, oak beds, wood beds, d.i. beds, s.i. beds, kapok mattresses, flock' mattresses, wire mattresses, DUCHESSE PAIRS, chevals. chests of drawers, ware, CHILD’S DROP-SIDE COT. linoleums. floorcloth, kitchen tables, kitchen chairs. MEAT SAFE, cooking uteuGls, etc., etc. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. havo been favored with instructions to sell by auction, ot their Room s , Dowling street, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including the above. WEDNESDAY. 11th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock sharp, SALE BY _ AUCnON, , In Downstairs Rooms. i MRS WAKELIVS HOUSEHOLD EURNI- i TUBE. WALNUT PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, Etc. Removed to Rooms from Ros'.ru for Con- • venicncc of Sale. i JAMES SAMSON AND CO. | have been favored with instructions | from Mrs Wakelin (who is leaving Dunedin) , -.(■ -ell by auction, I The Whole ot her Household furniture. ' .•■tv., iu'-hmiug— ■ i WALNUT IRON-FRAME PIANO (good i tone, splendid order), SUPERIOR ORGAN. I uiano stool, large carpet square, FANCY | SOLID WALNUT MIRROR CABINET, j -olid oak sideboard, extending dining table, : DINNER AND TEA WARE, fancy china ' ware, kerbs and iron?, seagrass chairs, tnas•ivc Chesiorti.-ld. DINING ROOM SUITE, ■i'utains and pules. INIAID OCCASIONAL i HAIRS Morris chair. 2 large mirrors, pot I uuii.l.s and pots, pictures. ornaments, SOLID j OAK HALL STAND, hall runner, heavy j linoleum, Inmpt. double and single wood j ••‘ml iron bedsteads, SUPERIOR OAK BED- ! ROOM SUITE, wire and flock mattresses. ! MASSIVE SOLID WALNUT DUCHF.SSK ; TABLE AND MARBLE WASHSTAND TO MATCH, BeacoitsfielJ mirror wardrobe, i iu’hes.-c chestj. tables, chairs, chests of f drawers, wushatands. wan, IRON COT, I meat, safe, stops, push cart. SINGER SEWING MACHINE, invalid’s bath chair, bar- j her'- 'diair, washing machine. mangle, tools. I it e ; Also, und-r Distraint- for Kent, i Medical books, head chart, sounding in- i struments. c.p. ware, fancy vases. Unirk- 1 knacks, E.P. CAKE DISH, superior pocket nooks, sheets, t.apery, fancy linen, fancy ! ware, c.p. table ware, (lower bowls, spoons j :n cases, MICROSCOPE, graphophone, pair : superior <seld-gla.«ses. brass reading' lamp. j TUESDAY. 10th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. On the Premises, No. 19 Stafford street | (next Shiol and Co.'s Auction Rooms). j Tu the Estate of Hip Fong Tie and Co.. j Merchants and Importer-. j ASSORTMENT CHINESE MERCHANDISE, j PEKRV FIREPROOF SAFE 1 4cwt WEIGHING MACHINE. • Clock, Barometer, Steps. Furniture, and a ] variety of Chinese Goods too numerous to particularise. ' 4LEX. HARRIS AND CO. j -Vft, are instructed by the District. Deputy i Public Trustee to soli by auction, as above, j ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. WEDNESDAY. 11th NOVEMBER. At 2 o'clock. ; At Rooms, 221 Princes street. I HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. I WALNUT PIANOFORTES (by Reinhardt i A. Werner). PARLOR SUITE IX GENOA VELVET 4-PLATE CAMERA and ACCESSORIES, i MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD VLEX. HARRIS AND CO are instructed to sell by auction. ;,i ! their Rooms, Furniture, etc , including— Biii-m Is carpe’. nermantel, easy chairs, wicker and rattan 'hairs, dining table, dinner set. oi paintings, mches, fenders, occasional tallies, Bft dining billiard table, vases, ornaments, lamps, Austrian chairs, double and single iron bed--leads, wire and flock mat tresses, duchessc and toilet chests of drawers, wire-seated sofa, mirror-door wardrobe, cradle, wire shake- i downs. Singer cabinet sewin',- machine, gent’s J free-wheel bike, push chair, dresser. Miner ; stove, register grate, carpenter's bench. 2 j r.p. mantelpieces, glass case, table man-le, | steps. I TUESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER. I At 12.30 o'clock. j At Rooms, Princes street, Dunedin. | On Account of the Liquidator of IheOnfrata I Societies' Hall Co.. Ltd. OUTRA3I FULL AND FREEHOLD. I 'A LEX. HARRIS AND CO, •aJL have received instructions to sell by auction, as above, Parts of Section 18, Extension of Out ram, area 19.3 poles, freehold, with a substantial Brick Building. 33ft by 66ft. known as “THE OUTitAM HALL,” fitted with 2 sides rooms, seats, and forms TUESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock. At Rooms, Princes street. LEASEHOLD INVESTMENT PROPERTY, 40-42 WILKIE ROAD, KENSINGTON. Two 4-room Cottages, baths, washhouses, coal sheds, drained to sewer. Good tenants are always available for these houses, situated so closo to the City and within penny car section. Rental return show.- 9'. per cent, clear. JAMS. HARRIS AND to. AV. are instructed by the Owner (who has left Dunedin) to sell by ain’t ion. as above. BUILDERS, CARPENTERS. CABINETMAKERS. ; IRONMONGERS. STOREKEEPERS. ; NEXT TUESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER. At 1 o’clock. At Auction Rooms, 213 Princes street. MONSTER UNRESERVED AUCTION ' SALE STOCK GENERAL IRONMONGERY. On Account of Owner Giving Up Business. Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Selling. IRONMONGERY. ixAMELWARE, TINWARE, CUTLERY, CROCK ERYWA RE, GLASSWARE. LAMP FITTINGS. JOHN GEERIN AND CO.. Auctioneers, will sell by auction, with- : jut reserve, IRONMONGER’S GENERAL STOCK. BUILDERS’, CONTRACTORS' TOOLS AND IRONMONGERY. I CABINETMAKERS’ FURNISHINGS AND ' FITTINGS, ! HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY AND , SUNDRIES. I GRINDSTONES, 42 x 6 and 16 x 3. i No Reserve. ’ No Reserve. Open for inspection all day Monday and j morning of sale. Special arrangement.! for forwarding country buyers’ purchases. 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