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WEDNESDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, "Te Aroha," Highgate, Roslyn (near Roslyn car line). Instructed by G. B. Bullock, Esq. (who has left Dunedin). ! SURPLUS TrURNITURE. MAGNIFICENT WALNUT PIANO (Oollard and Collard, uptight grand model). OIL AND WATER COLORS. IARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, L will sell by auction, as above, HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPETS (Drawing and Diuing Room, and Hall). Drawing room occasional furniture, settee and tlivau easy chairs (loose covers), rattan chairs, 2 window scats and cushions, red pine hall stand (mirror back), hall tables, pot plants, Japanese draught screen, large mirror overmantel. RED PINE MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. Red pine extension dining table, 6 leather dining room chairs, kauri bookcase, books, oak .stationery cabinet, e.p. ware, carvers, e.p. tea set," oak cutlery canteen, marble clock, set' dish covers. RED PINE PEDESTAL DESK. RED PINE 3-WING WARDROBE (Mirror Door). R.p. dressing tables, pedestal toilet chests, linoleums, Carbine vacuum carpet sweeper, single bedsteads, and general bedroom furniture. Kitchen furniture and utensils, steps, garden seat. On view morning of sale. ! TUESDAY. 24ih NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, 204 Princes street. JEWELLERY. JEWELLERY. ' ~ C U R R AND CO. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, as above. The balance of Mr William Taylor's (late Manse street) Stock, comprising— A large and varied stock of high-class Watches and Jewellery of every description, including Ladies' and Gentlemen's Lever and Wa)tharo Wakches, Bangles, IVings, Chains, Pendants, Field Glasses, etc. Also, by order of the Assignee: 12 GENTLEMEN'S ENGLISH TAILORCUT SUITS. 30 LADIES' BLACK-AND-WHITE COSTUME SKIRTS. MONDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. Sale by Auction, IN ROOMS, DOWLING STREET. SOLID OAK CHEVA.L BEDROOM SUITE, SHAPED MIRRORS, GRAMOPHONE AND RECORDS, EXTENDING DINING TABLE, OAK SIDEBOARD (MIRj ROR BACK), CHILD'S DROP-SIDE | COT, Etc., Etc. "TAMES SAMSON AND CO. .. I have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Bowling street, a large catalogue of Household FurniI ture, etc., including— HEAVY OAK SIDEBOARD, carpet squares, chinaware, cutlerv, HIGH-BACK OAK DINING CHAIRS, piano, linoleums, occasional tables and chairs, seagrass chairs, Jubilee chairs, SEAGRASS SETTEES, lounges, leather couches, kerbs and irons, fenders _ and brasses, clocks, curtain poles and fittings, pictures, paintings, ornaments, flower bowls, glassware, HALL STAND (IN OAK), hall chairs, slip mats, HEAVY CARPET RUNNER, d.i. beds, s.i. beds, SOLID OAK CHEVAL BEDROOM SUITE (SHAPED MIRRORS), duchesse chests, ware, child's drop-side cot, DUCHESSE PAIRS, washstands (tile back, marble top), bedding, wood beds, OAK BEDS, commodes, quilts, chests of drawers, kitchen furniture, meat safes, cooking utensils, etc. WEDNESDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, Sale by Auction IN DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, DOWLING STREET, ■ At 2 o'clock. Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale. KAURI SIDEBOARD, WALNUT IRON-FRAME PIANO. DROP-HEAD CABINET OAK SINGER SEWING MACHINE, 7-PIECE LEATHER DINING SUITE, Carpet Squares (large and small sizes), Overmantel. Pot Stands, Ornament*, Occasional Tables and Chairs, Leather Couches, Horsehair Couch, Dinner Service, Crockery, Curtains and Fittings, - FANCY CARVED TABLES, STOVE, with 20ft of PIPING. GRAMOPHONE and RECORDS. Kerbs and Irons, Fenders and Brasses, I Clocks, ! KEROSENE HEATER, WALNUT SIDE-SEAT HALL STAND, Hall Carpet Runner. QUAINT DUTCH HALL SUITE, Slip Mats, FUMED OAK BEDROOM SUITE, Brass-rail Bed, China Spindle Bed, Ware, Duchesse Chests and Washstands, Wardrobes, Child's Iron Cot, Blankets, Sheets, Bedding, Mattresses, D.I. Beds, S.I. Beds, DUCHESSE TABLE and WASHSTAND, Stretchers, Shakedowns, Canadian Chains, Kitchen Chairs, Kitchen Dressers, Cooking Utensils, LADIES' and GENTS' BICYCLES, 60 FEET HOSE, Wheelbarrow, Steps, Meat Safes, OFFICE CHAIRS, 4-FOLD SCREEN, etc., etc. AMES SAMSON AND CO. 9 have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, in their DOWNSTALRS ROOMS, A large catalogue of Household Furniture, including the above. On view Wednesday Morning. NO RESERVE. WEDNESDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PLA.NO. BILLIARD-DINING TABLE. MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. OAK BEDROOM FURNITURE, VLEX. HARRIS ' AND CO. aro instructed by the Owner (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc., including—Upright semigrand walnut piano, sideboard, tapestry carpets and rugs, Chinese cabinet, pictures, linoleums, glass and china ware, walnut oval table, couches, rattan and wicker chairs, kauri bedroom 6uite, duchesse chests, oak duchesse pair, child's cot, double and single brass-mounted iron bedsteads, wire and flock mattrosses, commode, washstands and ware, 2 mantelpieces, counter, kitchen furniture and utensils, push cart, fireguard, 3-roller mangle, ladies' and gents' bicycles. WEDNESDAY. 25th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. To Plumbers, Builders, and Others. 120 PORCELAIN LAVATORY BASINS. Portable Commodes, Shower, Incubator, Steel Basins, Floor Cramps, Enamel C.I. Sinks. I \ LEX. HARRIS AND CO. TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. CITY FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MODERN 6-ROOMED RESIDENCE, No. 26 LEES STREET. LEX. HARRIS AND CO. L have received instructions to sell, as above, Allotment 21, Bloek 111., Dunedin, at the corner of Lees and Fernhill streets (area, | 7.3 poles), with a modern Residence of 6 rooms; 'slate roof, plastered throughout, bath, gas, hot and cold, folding doors in two rooma. A splendid chance to secure a firstclass property •within S minute* of Post Office.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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