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AUCTIONS. TUESDAY. Ist DECEMBER, TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Room*, Liverpool and Bond streets. •• COUCHTREYS." " COUCHTRBYB." (TOWNSHIP OF NEWMARKET EXTENSION.) nii Splendid Subdivision to bo offered at auction as above. Fronts Ings Avenue, in the Best Part of St. Clair, and Comprises 10 CHOICE ALLOTMENTS. 10 CHARMING HOME SITES. 10 SENNA* AND HEALTHY. CONVENIENT AND DESIRABLE, Areas Range from 20 Poles to 1 Rood 12 Pole*. Easy Terms: 10 per cent, deposit, 15 per cent, (without interest) In 3 month*, balance at 5i per cent, from date of sale for 3 or 5 years. Lithograph Plana now ready, and obtainable on application. THERE IS ONLY ONE ST. CHUR IN OTAGO, which means that Year by Year PRICES WILL RISE. " GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR." JOHN REID AND SONS, LTD. JOHN REID AND SONS, LTD,

TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. CITY FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MODERN 6-ROOMED RESIDENCE, No, 26 LEES STREET. 1 \ LEX. HARRIS AND CO. jcV have received instructions to sell, as •hove. Allotment 21, Block 111. Dunedin, at the corner of Lees and Fcrnhill streets (area, 7.3 poles), with a modem Residence of 6 rooms; slato roof, plastered throughout, bath, gas, hot and cold, folding doors in two rooms. A splendid chance to secure a firstclass properly within 5 minutes of Post Office. MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER. At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. 2 VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLDS. FINEST RESIDENCE SITE IN DUNEDIN. 4-ACRE, UPPER YORK PLACE. Valuable, Easily-accessiblo Corner. LEVEL E-ACRE. MACLAGGAN AND CLARKE STREETS. Suita bio for Manufactory or Motor Garage. Also, MAIN SOUTH ROAD CORNER, CAVERSHAM. PARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, are instructed by the Trustees, Execu tors, and Agency Co., Ltd., to sell by auction : (1) Sections IS, 19, Block XL, Dunedin, containing 2 roods, having frontages of 132 ft to both Upper York place and Town Belt by depth of 165 ft, on which is erected large j Wood House, which with some renovation I could be made to last for many years to come. The site is undoubtedly one of the finest in Dunedin, being elevated, private, tillable to be outbuilt, and with a most glorious view. i2) Section 76, Block VII., Dunedin, corner of Maclaggan street and Clarke street, containing 1 rood, and having frontages of Soft and 165 ft respectively. The buildings consist of boarding establishment, shop, stable, and stores, eta., and are bringing in a very good return, and will continue to do so, while the freehold is growing in value. It is the very best available central site for factory or garage, and the revenue derived from the front buildings would enable the purchaser to stand practically rent free. (3) Allotments 27 and 28, subdivision of Section 20, Block VI., Town District, comer of Main South road and Peter street, Caversham. having frontages of 67ft 4in and 99ft respectively, with Two Dwellings (Nog. 157 and 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 properties, aa they axe for genuine sale. BUILDING MATERIALS. NEXT SATURDAY, 28th NOVEMBER, At 12.20 o’clock. At King Edward street, South Dunedin (Near Oxford street). UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE. GOOD BUILDING MATERIALS, In Lots to Suit Purchasers. 100 SHEETS ROOFING IRON, RED PINE, KAURI, AND OREGON TIMBER, KAURI PANEL CEILINGS. WINDOW SASHES, PANEL DOORS. REGISTER GRATES. FLAG POLE AND STAND (12ft 6iu), GALVANISED FIREPLACE AND CHIMNEY. JOHN GEERIN AND CO., tl auctioneers, will fell by auction, No Reserve. No Reserve, TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER. At 12,30 o’clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street, CHOICE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES In tho Heart of the City, fronting ELM ROW, ARTHUR STREET, AND YORK PLACE. Close to Technical and High Schools, Roilyn tram line. 1. Four-room House; gas, drained, etc.; area, 15.9 poles; 20 years’ lease; ground rent., £ll l4a year (No. 33 Arthur street). 2. Splendid 8-room Dwelling; plastered, electric light, drainage, etc.; 20 years’ lease; ground rent, £l6 year (No. 240 York place). Also, THREE SUMMER RESIDENCE SITES At Miioandrew'a Bay. About i-acro each; closo wharf and 31810 road; grand view; and suitable subdivision. t LEX. HARRIS AND CO. -t*. are instructed to sell by auction, as above. FRIDAY, 27th NOVEMBER, At 10.30 o'clock. On the. Premises, 492 lung street (near Union street). FARMERS AND CARRIERS. DCUER and' c a * A have received instructions from Meesrs J. Barnes and Son (who are devoting their special attention to the motor business) to sell by auction, as above, Tho Whole of their Stock of Now and Second-hand Vehicles, comprising—--1 DOUBLE BUGGY, 1 NEW STRING CART, 2 SECOND-HAND SPRING CARTS, 4 SPRING VANS. E SECOND-HAND GIGS, 1 DOG CART. Also. 1 ROVER MOTOR CAR, 10-12 h.p., t*iu cv Under 1 DEASY .MOTOR CAR. 25 h.p.. 4-cvlindor, 1 KBIT MOTOR CAR, 15-20 h.p., 4-cy!inder, 1 ENFIELD PARCELS DELIVERY MOTOR, 8-10 h.p., 1 SET ARTILLERY-MOTOR WHEELS and AXLES. Note Hour and Date of Sale. MONDAY. 7th DECEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms, Liverpool and Bond strr.cn. SUPERIOR ST. KILDA HOME, 6 Bridgman street (near Council street and Town Hall). JOHN REID AND SONS. LIMITED, are instructed to offer, as above, Section 2. block 53, St. Hilda, with a tpecially well-built arid superior Residence of 5 rooms, bungalow style; casement windows with fanlights), bathroom (porcelain bath), hj. and c. water; electric light, lofty ceilings, largo rooms, fibrous plaster ceilings, handsome reception hall, largo pautrv, t. and. g. lining under wallpapers, washhouse, coalhouso; drained to sewer, and all other conveniences: garden, cto. This is without doubt one of the nicest places in St. Hilda, and inspection by those who appreciate a really well-built, modem, and natty home is strongly recommended. Cards to view on application. 2707 TENDERS. OLD-ESTABLISHED IRONMONGERY BUSINESS FOR BALE. TENDERS will be received up to noon DECEMBER 11. 1914, for the PURCHASE, as a going concern, of the IRONMONGERY BUSINESS now being conducted by Messrs ARTHUR E. BEES AND CO., Gisborne., and also for the GOODWILL of tho LEASE of Premises, situated In tho Best Business Thoroughfare of Gisborne. Shop Fitting!, eta, at valuation. The Stock has been judiciously and carefully selected, as will be noted from the Stock Sheets, which may tie seen on Bpplieation at the office of Messrs Briscoe and Co., Dunedin. The highest or any tender not necessarily •accepted. Wenders, to be accompanied with a deposit equal to 10 per cent, of the amount tendered, to bo addressed to tho undersigned, marked “Ironmongery Tender.” NOLAN AND SKEETT. fioiieiton, Gisbcnja, j

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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