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AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER. At 10 o’clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At the Ota go Corn and Wool Exchange Vogel street Donald reid and co.. ltd,, will sell, as above, Oats, wheat, barley, chaff potatoes. MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, At 9.45 a.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At their Stores, Cumberland and Vogel streets. |Th ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED, ■Ji-F will sell by auction, at above time. Oats, wheat, chaff, etc. MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. BEAUTIFULLY-SITUATED ROSLTN PROPERTY, No. 21 Sheen street (formerly Frederick street), “ Wharc-Kahu,” the Residence of T. X. Harty, Esq. (who is removing to the North Island). FULL QUARTER-ACRE ami 8 ROOMS. PARK, REYNOLDS. LIMITED, are instructed by T. K. Hnrty, Esq., to ■ell by auction, I Section 19, Roslyn Extension, containing quarter-aero freehold, together with Singlestory 8-roomed House (plastered throughout, bathroom (enamel bath and hot and cold vwater), drained to D.B. regulations, bay win dows; magnificent unbroken view of Harbor end surrounding hills. This is a beautiful Residential Property, which lies well to the sun, has splendid shelter, and the garden is a special feature of the properly, being stocked with beautiful flowering annuals. Wc confidently recommend inspect ion, and cards can b" obtained j at our office. , | Also. j HARBOR SEASIDE SECTIONS, ■ COLINSWOOD, MAC ANDREW'S BAY. j Sections 5-1 and 55. cmtuininc I r n pd 21 ; poles, and having a troutage of 132tfc to j Marion street j • ROSS POINT, PORTO BELLO. i Section 3. containing 15.3.1 poles, nvromg i Ross crescent. This is the _be-t_ situation available for a seaside homo in this ravorito j township. Don’t neglect, lo inspect those | sites. i MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. In the Estate of Miss M. 11. S. Ramsay (deceased). CONVENIENT CITY PROPERTY". Nos. 72 and 74 DUNCAN STREET. 7 and 6-ROOMED HOUSES, i-ACRE FREEHOLD. PARK. REYNOLDS. LIMITED, arc instructed to sell by auction, Section 39. Block XL, Dunedin, containing i-acre 168 frontage* to Duncan street), together with No. 74, 7-roomed House, box windows and portico, bathroom (hot qnd cold water), electric light, slate roof, brisk wall, drained to D.B. _ regulations; a really comfortable home. No. 72, 6 Rooms, electric light, drained to D.B. regulations, garden, etc. This is a conveniently-situated property, within 10 minutes of Post Office, racing north, and with splendid view; close to Otago Bowling Green, and one of the best residential portions of the City. Terms can be arranged, and a large amount of the purchase money can remain at 51 per cent. MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Liverpool and Bond streets. ST. GLAIR. ST. CLAIR. CHOICE FREEHOLD AND HOUSE. Splendidly situated. Comer site, and room for another house. ! TOHN RETD AND SDNS, LTD., tj instructed by the Local Deputy Public Trustee, in tlio Estate of Patrick Gotten, deceased, will offer, as above, Allotments 18 and 19, Block TIT., St. Clair, containing 1 rood 62 poles, comer Norfolk and Onslow streets, with Verandah House of 6 rooms (pantry, scullery, washhouse, tubs and copper) thereon. These are charming and excellent sections in a favorite part of a favorite suburb, close to ear terminus and beach- The House is on the corner allointent, the other section being vacant, and failing a sale In one lot the allotments will then be offered separate!v. As it. is desired to wind up the Estate, buyers and speculators should not fail to inspect this desirable property. TUESDAY, Ist. DECEMBER. At 12 o'clock. At Rooms. Liverpool and Bond streets. ” COUGHTREY'S!” " COUGHTREY'S Being an area of nearly 2 acres, on which the Residence of the late Dr Coughtrey was erected. The house has now been removed, and this magnificent block subdivided into 10 CHOICE ALLOTMENTS. 10 Known as the Township of “ NEWMARKET EXTENSION," And adjoining the popular Newmarket Subdivision. | JOHN REID AND SONS, LTD., j will offer these ideal 'Home Sites, as | above. Ever since the sale of Newmarket j Township there have been constant inquiries as to when the magnificent Sections comprising this block would be offered, as it is re- | cognised that there is j NOTHING FINER IN ST. CLAIR | The Sections range in area from 20 pole.; to 1 rood 12 poles, and the situation is delightful, this block being cliO'Cii by the bile owner on account, of its many natural advantages. Land has gone up in value since then, but It WILL GO UP STILL MORE; 1 therefore, if anyone is looking for a homo \ site or an investment, where safety is con- , sidered, an almost sure profit is to L- bar 1 .. ; where the location is desirable and delightful, which possesses all tin* conveniences of the' Citv along with tho health and pica- j sures of the seaside, then * STRIKE WHILE THE IRON IS HOT. and buy 1 at this auction. To >?ive an oppor- I tnnity to anyone desiring a larger section i than usual, it is proposed to offer Allotments j 1, 2, and 10 in one lot, but failing a sab- i they will then be offered separately. ; EASY TERMS; 10 per cent, deposit, 15! per cent, (without interest) in 3 months; ! balance can stand for 3 or 5 years with interest at 5i per cent, per annum from date of | •ale. ! LITHOGRAPH PLANS NOW READY. j WEDNESDAY. 18th NOVEMBER. At 2 o'clock sharp. IN DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (by Kirchnw, English model). HANDSOME SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUITE. QUAINT DRAWING AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Downstairs Rooms, Dowling street, a largo catalogue of superior Second-hand Furniture, all in first-class order, CHESTERFIELD DINING ROOM SUITE 9 PIECES), Bft extension dining table, highjack chairs, heavy Turkey pattern Axminster arpet square, VELVE PILE AND REVERLBLE RUGS, palm stands and bowls, fancy jrved tables, walnut iron-frame piano, PIANO STOOL, pictures, vases, ornaments, pictures, heavy brass kerbs and brasses. QUAINT-SHAPED MIRROR HALL STAND, heavy Axminster runner, striking clock, artistic 4-picoo hall suite, 2 heavy brass-mounted bads, wire and flock mattresses, single iron bod and bedding, HANDSOME SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUITE consisting of massive shaped mirror cheval clreaaing table. cabinet washstand, mirrordoor wardrobe, heavily carved bed and bedding). 2 duohesaa chests, bedroom cabinet, linoleum, carpet square, seagrass clmirs. kitchen table, dresser, TEA SERVICE, cutlery, cooking utensils, washing machine, tools, clipbook. SINGER SEWING MACHINE. Ump% Jaara fiiavtr f ato- (r eto.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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