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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
AUCTIONS. TUESDAY Ist DECEMBER, TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms Liverpool and Bond street*. .„„_„..„«, „ "COUGHTREYS." "COUGHTREYS. (TOWNSHIP OF NEWMARKET EXTENSION.) This Splendid Subdivision to bo offered at auction as above. Fronts Ing« Avenue, in tho Best Part of St. Clair, and Comprises 10 CHOICE ALLOTMENTS. 10 CHARMING HOME SITES. 10 SUNNY AND HEALTHY. CONVENIENT AND DESIRABLE. Areas Range from 20 Poles to 1 Rood 12 Pole*. Easy Tcrnia: 10 per cent, deposit, 15 per cent, (without interest) xn 3 months, balance at 5i per cent, from date of sale for 3 or 5 years. Lithograph. Plans now ready, and obtainable on application, THERE IS ONLY ONE ST. CLAIR IN OTAGO, which means that Year by Year PRICES WILL RISE. "CETINON THE GROUND FLOOR." rOHN REID AND SONS, LTD. JOHN REID AND SONS, LTD.
MONDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, At 10 o'clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCT. At tho Otago Com and Wool Exchange Vogel street. ONALD REID AND GO., LTD,, * will sell, as above, Oats, -wheat, barley, chaff potatoes. MONDAY, 23id NOVEMBER, At 9.45 a.m GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At their Stores, Cumberland and Vogel streets. \ALGETY AND~" CO., LIMITED, * will sell by auction, at above time, Oafs, wheat, chaff, eto. TUESDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, 204 Princes street. A CHARMING 5-ROOMED BUNGALOW AND UP-TO-DATE MOTOR HOUSE, 21 FERGUSON STREET, MUSSELBURGH. SCURR AND CO. are instructed by the Owner (who is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, as above, Allotment 12, Musselburgh, containing an area of 21.6 poles, together with the Bungalow o£ 5 large rooms thereon. This magnificent property is one of the best in this fashionable suburb. The Residence, which has only been built some three years, is quite unique in design, and is built on a solid concrete foundation. • The appointments throughout are of the latest and best, including fibrous ceilings. artistic paper and friezes, well fireplace.tastefully set out in tiles, hot and cold water service throughout, electric light, and is drained to sewer. ■ The hall entrance is fitted with a display of leadlighs, and a combination of little incidentals, not forgetting a recently-erected motor garage, makes this a homo well worth living in. Situated 1 minute from tbr electric tram, and directly opposite the bowling green. An inspection would prove our description >f this propertj to be no exaggeration. FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. TUESDAY. 24th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, 204 Trinces street. jROOMED DWELLING AT ST. CLAIR. TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. No. 11 Edward street, St. Clair. -i C U R R AND CO. .J have received Instructions from the Owner to sell by auction, as above. Allotment 49, Block 1.. St. Clair, having a frontage of 66ft to Edward street, together with the Dwelling of 6 rooms thereon, with conveniences, including drainage to "TsPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR A BULLDING SPECULATOR. WEDNESDAY, 25 th NOVEMBER, At 11 o'clock. On the Premises, 278 King Edward street, South Dunedin. COACHBUILDEBS, FARMERS, AND CARRIERS. AND CO. \ have received instructions from Messrs J. Hordern and Sons (who are giving up business) to sell by auction, as above, The whole of the Stock, Plant, and Machinery of this well-known business, comprising— DOUBLE AND SINGLE BUGGIES, 6 LONG-SHAFTER ROADSTER GIGS, 2 THREE-QUARTER LONG-SHAFTER TRAY BODY GIGS, 2 TRAY BODY VARNISHED GIGS. DOG CARTS, STATION WAGGONS, PHAETONS, SPRING CARTS, EXPRESS WAGGONS, GROCERS' CARTS, Etc., Etc. Seasoned kauri panelling, carriage lamps, coach and carriage fittings, nickel gig mountings, malleable castings, carriage trimmings, leathers, ducks, etc., nickory spokes, felloes, bar iron, bolts, nuis, cushions and squabs, axles, springs, axlo boxes, paints, and varnishes, 6i H.P. CROSSLEY GAS ENGINE, SAGAS BAND SAW, RAGAR BUZZ PLANER. 6 FTRE LOUDON BLOWER, PULLEYS, SHAFTTNG, and BELTING, D.M.L. UPSETTING MACHINE. DRILLING and SCREWING MACHINE D.M.L. TYRE BENDER, EMERY WHEEL AND STAND. TANGING and BORING MACHINES, 2 HUB-BOXING MACHINES, SINGER'S TRIMMING MACHINE, TYREING PLATE, Blacksmiths' tools, anvils, vyees, steps, step pads, Fairbank scales and weights, buggy covers, spring-oart body, grocers cart body, trestles, whsel horsai, grindstone, cramp*, wheel jacks, bolt cutter, etc., etc. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD. The name "HORDERN" is to the people af Otago the hall-mark of superiority, and every vehicle submitted at this iSale is a guaranteed genuine example of the firm's best effort, as it is only within tho last few days that the firm decided to quit. The Machinery is all of the latest models and the best makes obtainable, having only been installed within the past two years. Note Hour and Date of Sale i 11 o'clock WEDNESDAY, tho 25tb (The First Day of the Show). MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. 2 VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLDS. STNEST RESIDENCE SITE IN DUNEDIN. i-ACRE, UPPER YORK PLACE. Valuable, Easily-accessiblo Coiner. LEVEL i-ACRE, MACLA.GGAN AND CLARKE STREETS, Suitable for Manufactory or Motor Garage. Also, IJIAIN SOUTH ROAD CORNER, CAVERSHAM. ITJARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, ST are instructed by the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Co., Ltd., to sell by auction : (1) Sections 18, 19, Block XI., Dunedin, containing 2 roods, having frontages of 132 ft to both Upper York place and Town Bolt by depth of 165 ft, on which is erected large Wood House, which with some renovation could be made to last for many years to come. The site is undoubtedly one of the finest in Dunedin, being elevated, private, unable to be outbuilt, and with a most glorious view. (2) Section 78, Block VII, "" J: - aer of Maolaggan street am containing 1 rood, and having frontages of 66ft and 165 ft respectively. The buildings consist of boarding establishment, shop, •table, and stores, etc., and are bringing in a. very good return, and will continue to do •o, while the freehold is growing in value. It •is the very best available central site for factory or garage, and the revenue derived Irom the front buildings would enable the purchaser- io stand practically rent free. t Section 20, Blook VI., Town District, corner of Main South road and Peter street, Caversham having frontages of 67ft 4in and 99ft respectively, with Two Dwellings (Nos, 157 ond 159) of 4 rooms (brick side walls) and 3 rooms, and vacant allotment adjoining, ■which owing to the close settlement in this locality, should make a very good business site. We strongly recommend inspection of these yroperties,. »a they are for genuine ealo,
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