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AUCTIONS. TUESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street, Dunedin. On Account of the Liquidator of the Outram f Societies' Hall Co., Ltd. OUTRAM HALL AND FREEHOLD. ( 4 LBS. HARRIS AND CO. > have received instructions to sell by auction, as above. Parts of Section 18, Extension of Outram, area 19.3 poles, freehold, with a substantial ] Brick Building. 33ft by 6Sft, known ns “THE OUTRAM HALL,” fitted with 2 sido rooms, seats, and forms. { TUESDAY, 17i.1i NOVEMBER, At. 12.30 o'clock. At. Rooms, Princes street. LEASEHOLD INVESTMENT PROPERTY, 4042 WILKIE ROAD, KENSINGTON. Two 4-room Cot Cases, baths, washhouses, coal sheds, drained to sewer. Good tenants arc always available for these houses, situated so close to the City and within penny car section. Rental return shows 91 per ccnC clear. A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. J\. arc instructed by the Owner (who has left Dunedin) to sell by and ion,-as above. WEDNESDAY, 18th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Ronmr.. 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ; “ UPRIGHT SEMI-GRAND PIANOFORTE. OAK MIRROR-RACK SIDEBOARD. ; SUITE IN FIGURED VELVET, 1 AMERICAN ORGAN /Malcolm and Co.), 8 slops. ( A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. jIA arc instructed to sell by auction, at their Rooms, as above. Furniture, ole,, including--6 dining chairs iwalnut frames*, chiffoniers, ( palm -lands. Brussels carpet, brass-mounted | fender.--, wicker chairs, occasional tables, enr- ] i ai ns. v.4 ornaments, .linoleums, pictures, | hanging lamps, conches, brass-mounted bed--te..'l- ..-ingle and double), wire and Hock - manic-.-'ch of drawers, wardrobe, du.-h-vc and toilet cheats, washstands and v a a. i'lltMS cot , wire shakedowns, kitchen , fni'Mi era and utensils, crockery and glarsua i. t.p. mantelpiece, steps, glass case, win c.'ba; lady's and cent’s bicycles, 40 j ki nails. TUESDAY. Ist DECEMBER, ,V 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street.. CHOICE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES In ih- Heart of the Citv. fronting EI.M RoW. ARTHUR STREET. AND YORK PLACE. ' 1. Conn",- Elm row ami Arthur street (.No. '•.-■ I. ar '.I El.!) poles, Corporal jo it lease. 20 years in run; ground rent, £ll I4s a year; with an attractin' Residence, nearly new, of 4 lanrc rooms,, drainage, and all modern conveiiicnci 2. Dwelling. S rooms, plastered, electric light, drainage, etc. : area, about 23 poles; I orporation lease, 20 years to run; ground rent. £l6 a. year; with frontages to York pi :uv i. No. 240; and Arthur street. Those Properties are exceptionally well simald in a good locality 1 , sunny, close ro Technical and High Schools, Rosdyn tram line, and only five minutes' walk from centre of tho Citv. VI. EX. ‘ HARRIS AND CO. are instructed to sell by auction, as above. TUESDAY, the 15th DECEMBER, 1914. At 12 o'clock noon. Messrs alex. Harris and, co. have received instructions from tho City Council to offer for sale by public auction, at their Rooms, Princes street, on the abovc-men(ioned date, the under-mentioned Corporation Building Lenso, viz.; Twenty-one years' Building Lease of Allotment. 2, Subdivision of Section 40, Block 9, Dunedin, at present held by Mr Henry Harman. Upset rental, £303 per an mini. Tho property fronts on to Princes street, and is known as the. Exchange Court Buildings, the valuation for building and improvements being set down at £4,950. Further particulars may be obtained on application to the Town Clerk, or the Auctioneers. Dunedin 15/11/14.

TUESDAY. 24th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock. At Rooms, 204 Princes street. A riI.ARMIN'O 5-ROOMED BUNGALOW AND UP-TO-DATE MOTOR HOUSE, 21 FERGUSON STREET, MUSSELBURGH. SO UR It AN I) 00. are instructed by the Owner ('who is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, as above. Allotment. 12, Musselburgh, containing an area, of 21.5 poles, together with tho Bungalow of r > lares rooms thereon. This magnificent property is one ef the bed. in this fashionable suburb. The Residence, which has only been built some thrc D years, is quite unique in design, and is built on a solid concrete foundation. Tim appointments throughout are of Ihe latest and best, including fibrous ceilings, artistic paper and friezes, well fireplaces tastefully set, nut in tiles, hot and cold water service throughout, electric light, and is drained to sewer. _ The ball entrance is fitted with a display of leadliglr, and a combination of littlo incidentals. not. forgetting a recently-erected motor enrage, makes this a. homo well worth living in. Situated 1 luinum from the electric tram, and directly opposite the howling green. An inspection would prove our description of this property to bo no exaggeration. FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. TUESDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, At, 12.30 o’clock. At Rooms, 204 Princes street. I S-ROOMED DWELLING AT ST. GLAIR. TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST ■ BIDDER. j No. II Edward street, St. ("lair. | O G U R R A N D G O. I kj) have received instruction* from the I Owner to sell bv auction, as above. I Allotment 4b" Block 1., St. Glair, having i a front, igo of 66ft to Edward street. t.o----j gether with the Dwelling of 6 room* thereon, I with cimcni' iirti, including drainage to : * \ SIT ENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR A BUILDING SPECULATOR. ■WEDNESDAY. 23th NOVEMBER, At 11 o’clock. On tho I’.emLes. 27 S King Edward street, South Dunedin. Cf )ACH BUILDERS, FARMERS. AND CARRIERS. Ct r V R. R A N D C O have rcc„ivod in.-t cuct ion* from Messrs ,1. Hordern and Sons to veil by auction, as abo\ »*, The whole of the MADE-UP STOCK of tin* will-known business, comprising— Double and buggies (i long-shaftor roadster gigs 2 1-long-shafter truy body gig* 2 trav body varnished gig* Dog 'cart*, station waggon*, phaeton.’, spring carts, express waggons, grocers’ carts, etc., etc. Also, a Surplus Stock of Carriage Material, comprising— Seasoned kauri panelling, carriage lamps, coach and carriage fittings, nickel gig mountings, and a variety M useful material too numerous to particularise. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD. THE NAME "HORDERN” IS TO THE PEOPLE OP OTAGO THE HALL-MARK OP SUPERIORITY. AND EA’ERY VEHICLE SUBMITTED AT THIS SALE IS A GUARANTEED GENUINE EXAMPLE OF THE FIRM'S BEST EFFORT. NOTE HOUR, AND DATE OF SALE : 11 O’CLOCK WEDNESDAY (THE FIRST DAY OF THE SHOW). SCURR AND CO., Auctioneers.

LOST AND FOUND. LOST, few davn Ago, Canary; little black on bead and wing; reward. 76 Higbgate, Boslyu. OST, Gold Topaz Brooch, in City; reward. 548 Castle streetOST”(Market street), Stockings and Ono Sandal. Kindly return 41 Douglas street, St, Kilda, FOUND,” Sura of Money v picked up on D.SA. premises during the week. Owner may have upon application. DKLXVKB.V OF CIRCULARS. Etc. nnHB EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD., A. PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS’ and DRAPERS’ BILLS, CIRCULARS, Eto., and when so directed hand over the tame to the ‘Star’ Runners for Distribution with the ‘ Star.’ which i» delivered at nearly every house in the City and Suburbs, and also extensively in the Country.

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