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AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 25th; NOVEMBER, At 1.30 sharp. AT BOOMS, DOWLING STREET. Monster Sale by Auction. SUPERIOR ENGLISH BICYCLES {Latest Models). 34 H.P. HUMBER MOTOR CYCLE. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have been instructed to sell by> auction at their Booms, Dowling- street, a catalogue of Bicycles, including—--9 GENTS’ BICYCLES, English make, 2 rim brakes, free wheel, and mudguards complete, double spring seats. 3 LADIES’ BICYCLES, English make, free wheel, 2 rim brakes, skirt guard and mudguards complete, double spring 1 “JUBILEE ” LADY’S BICYCLE, secondhand. 1 “RAMBLER" LADY’S BICYCLE, secondhand. 1 “LADY HUBBARD” LADY’S BICYCLE, second-hand. ‘ 1 “HUMBER" MOTOR CYCLE. 5J i.p„ in perfect order. Also, a 3| h.p. MOTOR CYCLE. All the above are in perfect running order, and a splendid opportunity Is offered to secure a good machine for the incoming cycling season. NO RESERVE. On View Morning of Sale. WEDNESDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANO. BTLLLVRU-DINING TABLE. MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. OAK BEDROOM FURNITURE. Alex. Harris and 00. t are instructed by the Owner {who is i giving up housekeeping) to sell by auction, at their Rooms, ! Furniture, etc., including—Upright semi* grand walnut piano, sideboard, tapestry owv pets and rugs, Chinese cabinet, pictures, linoleums, glass and china ware, walnut oval tabic, conches, rattan and wicker chairs, kauri bedroom suite, duchesse chests, oat duebesso pair, child’s cot, double and single brass-mounted iron bedsteads, wire and flock mattresses, commode, washstands and ware, ; 2 mantelpieces, counter, kitchen furnitura ! ami utensils, push cart, fireguard, 3-rolley mangle, ladies’ and gents’ bicycles. EMBOSSED OAK D.H, SINGER MA* CHINE. CLEMENT TALBOT 2-SEATER MOTOR CAR, in good running order. 14 drams machine oil. ■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. 655 feet j-ineh Galvanised Pipe. A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. FRIDAY. 27th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. 1 At Booms, 221 Princes street, LARGE STOCK of 300 PAIRS' BOOTS AND SHOES. A LEX. HARRIS AND 00. -cjl* will sell, as above, 500 pair Men’s, Women’s, Children’s BOOT; and SHOES. Without reserve. WEDNESDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, *' Te Aroha,” Highgate, E-oslyn (near Roslyn car line). Instructed by G. B. Bullock, Esq. (who has left Dunedin). SURPLUS FURNITURE. MAGNIFICENT WALNUT PIANO (Collar* and Collard, upright grand model). OIL AND WATER COLORS. PARK, REYNOLDS. LIMITED* will sell by auction, via above, HEAVY AXMINSTBR CARPETS (Drawing, and Dining Room, and Hall). Drawing room occasional furniture, settee and divan easy chairs (loose covers), rattan chairs, 2 window seats and cushions, ted pine hall stand (mirror back), hall tables, pot plants, Japanese draught screen, hug* mirror overmantel. RED PINE MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, Bed pine rxiensicn dining table, 6 leather dining r.,ssu f'u.risK. kauri bookcase, books, oak stationery cabinet, e.p. ware, carvers, e.p. tea set,” oak cutlery canteen, marbleclock, »et ui-sh .'overs. RED PINE PEDESTAL DESK. RED PINE 3-WING WARDROBE (Mirror Door). R.a. dressing tables, pedestal toilet chests, * linoleums, Carbine vacuum carpet sweeper, single bedsteads, and general bedroom fun*; niture. . 1 Kitchen furniture and utensils, steps, garden seat. i On view rooming of sale. j ■ t WEDNESDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. LONDON WAREHOUSE SAMPLES. Ex Recent Arrivals. Dm. spudding * wiii sell by auction at his Rooms on Wednesday, at 2 o'clock, E.p. tea acts, hat water cans and jugs, cruets, teapots, biscuit*, hair brushes, hand mirrors, bronze centrepieces, timepieces, docks, inkstands, cabinets cutlery, easel fruit knives, fish caters and servers, tab'( knives, afternoon tea spoons, brush ware, purses, crystal ware, field and opera glasses, ladies’ and rent:;’ gold and silver watches, albcrls, muff chains, stud sets, wringers, mincers, iaJii*;' gem rings, etc., tic., etc. Wiihoui. reserve. 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 HEWING MACHINE, 7-PIECC LEATHER DINING SUITE, Carprt Squares (large and small sizes), 1 V)vcri.’i:i.i:(n!, Pot Stands, Ornaments, 1 Occasional Tables and Chairs, Leather Couches, Huischpir Couch, Dinner Service, Crockery, Curtains and Fit* lings, FANCY CARVED TABLES, STOVE, with 20ft of PIPING, GRAMOPHONE and RECORDS, Kerbs and Irens, Fenders and Brasses ('locks, i KEROSENE HEATER, j WALNUT SIDE-SEAT HALL STAND, j Hall Carpet Runner, j QUAINT DUTCH HALL SUITE, ! Slip Mats, j FUMED OAK BEDROOM SUITE, I lirafs-rAII Bed, China Spindle Bed, Ware, j (inch esse Chcsis and Wasnstonds, ! Wmdrobes. Child’s Iron Cot, Blankets, 1 Shoals. Bedding, Mattresses, D.I. Beds. S.I. /teds, DUCHESSE TABLE * i end WASH STAND, Stretchers, Ehakedowns. Canadian Chaim, Kitchen i Chain-, Kitchen Dressers, Cooking ) Uterus, 1 LADLES' and GENTS’ BICYCLES. CO FEET HOSE, I Wheelbarrow, Steps. Meat Safes, OFFICE CHAIRS, 4-FOI.D SCREEN, etc.,etc. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions u> veil by auction, in their DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, A large- caialoguc of Household Furniture, j including the above. ; On view Wednesday Morning. NO RESERVE. BUILDING MATERIALS. NEXT SATURDAY, 28th NOVEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock. At King Edward street, South Dunedin (Near Oxford street). . UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE. GOOD BUILDING MATERIALS, In Lots to Suit Purchasers. 100 SHEETS HOOFING IRON, RED FIXE. KAURI, AND OREGON TIMBER. KAURI PANEL CEILINGS. WINDOW SASHES, PANEL DOORS. REGISTER GRATES. JOHN GEERIN AND 00, auctioneers, will cell by auction. Good Building Materials, including—lo sheets roofing iron (7 and 8 foots), red pin and kauri weatherboards, red pine floonng ; rod pino (4 x 2, 3 x 2, 4 x 14), red pin 1 dado, panel doors, window sashes, mantel j pieces, register grates, cupboards, t. and g dado, bricks, general building lunGy-inl^ I - jSrSfifiarm.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 9, Evening Star, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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