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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
AUCTIONS. m ■ ■ .. ■'■■■ - TUESDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, At 12.50 o’clock. At Booms, 204 Prinacs street. A CHARMING 5-ROOMED BUNGALOW AND UP-TODATE 3IOTOB HOUSE, 21 FERGUSON STREET, MUSSELBURGH. SCURR AND CO are instructed by the Owner (who leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, a* above, Allotment 12, Musselburgh, containing an area of 21.6 polos, together with the Bungalow of 5 large rooms thereon. This magnificent property is one of th( best in this fashionable suburb. The Residence, which has only been buil( gomo three years, is quite unique in design, and is built on a solid concrete foundation. The appointments throughout arc of tht latest and host, including fibrous ceilings, artistic paper and friezes, well fireplaces tastefully set out in tiles, hot and cold water service throughout, electric light., and if drained to sewer. The hall entrance ja fitted with a display of leadlight-, and a combination of little inch dentals, not forgetting a recently-erected motor garage, makes this a home well worth living in. Situated 1 minute from the elec trio tram, and directly opposite the bowling 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. , 6-R DOMED DWELLING AT ST. OLAIB. TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. No, 11 Edward street, St, Clair. SO XT R R AND CO. have received instructions from iho Owner to soil 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 tw sewer. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOB A BUILDING SPECULATOR. TUESDAY. 24th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, 204 Prince* street. JEWELLERY. WATCHES. .JEWELLERY. SCURR AN D CO. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, as above. Tire balance of Mr William Taylor’s (late Manse street) Stock, comprising— A largo and varied slock of hlgh-clnsa Watches and Jewellery of every description, including Ladies’ and Gentlemen's Lever and Waltham Watches. Bangles, Rings, Chains, Pendants. Field Glasses, etc. Also, by order of the Assignee: 12 GENTLEMEN’S ENGLISH TAILOR CUT SUITS. 30 LADIES’ BLACK-AND-WHITE COSTUME SKIRTS. WEDNESDAY. 25th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Booms, 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANO. BILLIARD-DINING TABLE. MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. OAK BEDROOM FURNITURE, Alex. Harris and co. are instructed by the Owner (who i* giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc., including—Upright semigrand walnut piano, sideboard, tapestry airpets and rugs, Chinese cabinet, pictures, linoleums, glass and china ware, walnut oval table, couches, rattan and wicker chairs, kauri bedroom suite, duchesse chests, oak duchesso pair, child'a cot, double and single brass-mounted iron bedsteads, wire and flock mattresses, commode, washstands and ware, 2 mantelpieces, counter, kitchen furniture and utensils, push cart, fireguard, 5-roliel mangle. Indies' and gents’ bicycles. WEDNESDAY. 25th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Princes street. To Plumbers, Builders, and Others. 120 PORCELAIN LAVATORY BASING. | Portable Commodes, Shower, Incubator, Steel Basins, Floor Cramps. Enamel C.I, Sinks. 4 LEX. HARRIS AND- CO, FRIDAY, 27th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. LARGE STOCK of 300 PAIRS BOOTS AND SHOES. A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. -A%. will sell, as above, 300 pair Men's, Women's. Children’s BOOT? and SHOES. Without reserve. TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. CHOICE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES'. In the Heart of Iho City, fronting ELM ROW, ARTHUR STREET, AND YORK PLACE. 1, Comer Elm row and Arthur street (Xo. 33), area 15.9 poles, Corporation lease. 20 years to run; ground rent, £ll 14s a year; with an attractive 'Residence (nearly new) of 4 largo rooms, gas, drainage, and all modern conveniences. 2. Substantial Dwelling, B rooms, plastered, electric light, drainage, etc.; area, about 23 poles: Corporation 'case, 20 years to run: ground rent. £l6 n year; with frontages to York place (N0.240) and Arthur street. These Properties are exceptionally well situated in a good locality, sunny, close '■ 1 Technical and High School*. Roslyn tram line, and only five, minutes’ walk from eem re of the Citv. -Visa, THREE SUMMER RESIDENCE SITE' At Macandi'pw's Ray. About j-acre each; close Wharf and Man; road; grand view; and suitable subdivision. VLEX. HARRIS AND CO. are instructed to sell by miction, ns above. WEDNESDAY. 23th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises. "To Aroha," Jligbgrte, Rusiyn 'near Roslyn car line.!. ! Inrimcted by G. B. Bullock. Esq. iwho has ! left Dunedin). SURPLUS FURNITURE. MAGNIFICENT WALNUT PIANO .Collard and Collard, upright, grand model;. OIL AND WATER COLORS, PARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will sell by auction, as above, HEAVY AXMINSTEB CARPETS (Drawing, and Dining Room, and Hall). Drawing room occasional furniture, settee and divan easy chubs (loose covers), rattan chairs, 2 window scats and cushions, red. pine, hall stand (mirror back), hall tables;, pot. plant?, - Japanese draught screen, largo mirror overmantel. RED PINE MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. Red pine extension dining table. 6 leather dining r'*oni chairs, kauri bookc. tse. books, oak stationery cabinet, c.p. ware, carvers, c.p. tea set, oak cutlery canteen, marble clock, set dish covers. RED PINE PEDESTAL DESK. RED PINE 3-WING WARDKOBfi ('Mirror Door). R.p. dressing tables, pedestal toiiei ehefljg, linoleums. Carbine, vacuum car)tei. sweeps single bedsteads, and general bedroom ftti* nitnre. Kitcfaevi furniture and utensils, steps, gap den seat. Oil view morning of sale. WEDNESDAY. 23tb NOVEMBER, At. 2 o'clock. LONDON WAREHOUSE SAMPLES. Ex Recent Arrivals. Dm. sped di n ( • will sei! by auction at bis Rooms m Wednesday, at 2 o’clock, E.p. tc.i sets, hot water ram: and iug-* cruets, teapots, biscuit?, hair brushes, Land mirrors, bronze centrepiece?. timepirct?, clocks, inkstands, cabinets cutlery. etr.-< fruit knives, fish eaters and servers, till,;-, knives, afternoon tea spoons, brush warm purses, crystal ware, field and opera glc-sos, ladies’ ami nows gold ami silver wuche . albert?, muff chains, stud sets, wringer a, mincer;-, ladies’ gem rings, etc., elc., etc. Without, reserve. DELIVERY OP CIRCULARS. Etc. mHE EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD., iX. PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS’ 1 and DRAPERS’ BILLS, CIRCULARS, Etc., i and when so directed hand over the same to the ‘ Star ’ Runners for Distribution with the ■ Star,’ which is delivered at nearly every I house in the City and Suburbs,. and abb 1 extensively in the Counter.
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