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AUCTIONS. IBQMT. 27th NOVEMBER. 191*. At 9.30 (/dock. ANNUAL SALE OF~SHOW EXHIBITS AND WORKING HORSES. OTAGO FARMERS’ HORSE BAZAAR. rrfHH otago farmers: cooperative X ASSOCIATION OP N.Z., LIMITED, ■will offer, at tha Annual Show Horse Sale, as above. On account Mr E. Howard (Hyde) i 1 really good gelding. Syr* 1 really good mare, 4yi*. On account Mr Andrew Allan (Awamonga) t 1 mare, Byre, by Dalmore Prince. On account Mr R Hawkina: 1 truck draught horses. From the Norths 1 truck home. On account Messrs Blakely Brea. (Patearoa): Tlm standard-bred trotting stallion Ahnont Jon. (sire Alta out. dans The Duchess). On account Mr J. Carter (Dunedin South) • The trotting gelding Welcome Homo; to bo sold with engagements. On account other clients: 9 draught mares and geldings 10 spring-carters and light horses Gig (three-quarter shafts) Bradley cart and harness. iPREDAT. 27th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, 'Manse street. WEEKLY CLEARING SALE GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Without Reserve. [PS REYNOLDS. LIMITED, will sell by auction, as above. ROSEWOOD PIANO (Kirkmon). KAURI and PLUSH OCCASIONAL SUITS. Vases. pictures, brass-rail fenders, kauri minor hack sideboard, cedar chiffonier, easy and occasional chairs, kauri dining table, carpets, rugs, linoleum, couches, dinner ware, (Edison phonograph and records, HEAVY BRASS-MOUNTED BEDSTEADS, Oak, kauri, and red pine duchesso and dressing pairs, toilet and Scotch chests, toilet e-eta, glasses, withstands, bedsteads, mattresses and bedding, commode. Kitchen furniture and utensils, table mangle, dresser, colonial sofa, steps, 3 iron gates, dog kennels, meat safe, 2 forms, cupboard, wheelbarrow. Also, to close Traveller’s Account, 6AMPLE WATCHE3 and ELECTROPLATE. FRIDAY. 27tii NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. LARGE STOCK of 300 PAIRS' BOOTS AND SHOES. ‘ALEX. HARRIS AND CO. jA. will sell, as above, 300 pair Men’s, Women's, Children's BOOTS and SHOES. Without reserve. FRIDAY, 27th NOVEMBER, At 10.30 o’clock. On the Premises, 492 King street (near Union street). FARMERS AND CARRIERS. JN C E E E AND CO. *j have received instructions from Messrs J. Barnes and Son to sell by auction, as iboyg. The Whole of their Stock _of New ond Second-hand Vehicles, comprising—--1 DOUBLE BUGGY, 1 NEW SPRING CART, 4 SECOND-HAND SPRING CARTS, 4 SPRING VANS I SECOND-HAND GIGS, 1 DOG CART. Also. 1 ROVER MOTOR CAR, 10-12 h.p., twin cylinder 1 DEASY MOTOR CAR. 25 h.p.. 4-cylinder, 1 KRIT MOTOR OAR. 15-20 h.p.. 4-cylinder, 1 ENFIELD PARCELS DELIVERY MOTOR, 8-10 h.p . 1 SET ARTILLERY MOTOR WHEELS and AXLES. Note Hour and Date of Sale. FRIDAY. 27th NOVEMBER. Sale by Auction, At 2 o’clock. AT ROOMS. DOWLING STREET. 7-PIBOE SADDLEBAG DINING SUITE. MASSIVE OAK SIDEBOARD (latest design). HEAVY VELVET PILE TABLE COVER, ANTIQUE COPPER KERB AND IRONS, IMITATION MARBLE DINING ROOM CLOCK, Etc., Etc. 'TAMES SAMSON AND CO, €J have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including— AXiMINSTER AND VELVET PILE CARPET SQUARES, dining room suite®, extending dining tables, hearthrugs, curtains and HANDSOME OAK SIDEBOARD, fenders and brasses, dining room chairs, occasional tables and chairs, Jubilee chairs, SBAGRASS CHAIRS and SETTEES, table covers, very quaint CARVED occasional tables, palm stands, flower bowls, ornaments, crockery, crystal, e.p. ware, glassware, hall stands, hall chairs, hall tables, HBAVY HALL CARPET RUNNER, slip mats, D.L beds. 6.1. beds, OAK BEDS. BEDROOM SUITE, stretchers, shakedowns, bedding, ware, child*’ cota, duchesse pairs, tile washstanda, kitchen furniture, cooking utensils, etc. 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 ROOFING IRON, RED PINE, KAURI, AND OREGON TIMBER, KAURI PANEL CEILINGS, WINDOW SASHES, PANEL DOORS, REGISTER GRATES. FLAG POLE AND STAND (12ft 6in), 1 GALVANISED FIREPLACE AND CHIMNEY. JOHN GEERIN AND C 0.,; auctioneers, will sell by auction. No Reserve, No Reserve. TENDERS. »■ * LENDERS FOR SUPPLIES AND FORAGE TO TRENTHAM CAMP. OEALED Tenders for the DELIVERY of (O SUPPLIES and FORAGE to Trentham tamp will be received up till 12 o’clock nocn )n 3rd DfECEMBEB, 1914. Particulars of A applies and Forage required and conditions of delivery, etc., may bo obtained from Headquarters, IJefenca Department, WelI'.ngton, Auckland, Dimedin, and Christchurch. Envelopes containing tenders should be marked “Tender for Supplies, etc., Trcuj ham Camp," and addressed* to the Quarter-master-General, Headquarters, Defence Department, Wellington. A. W. ROBIN, Colonel, Quarto rmaster-G cneral. fldrd November, 1914. EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. f A pPLICATIONS. accompanied by_ CertiJA. fleabe* and Testimonials, will bo teodvsd up till SATURDAY, sth December, for the following VACANCIES: Concord.—Head Master; salary, £2OO- - Concord.—Mistress; salary, £I2O-£l4O. Bluespur.—Sola Teacher (male); salary, £2OO-£250. Kaikorai.—Mistress; salary, £230-£250. Outram .—Second Assistant (female); salary, £IOO-£l2O. The average attendance at tha Concord School is at present 75. Forma of application may be obtained at this Office. S. M. PARK. Secretary. Education Office. Dunedin, 25th November, 1914. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Q. B. BALCLUTHA TRAFFIC BRIDGE. 35 ABOVE-MENTIONED BRIDGE will BE CLOSED FOR TRAFFIC for feck from NOVEMBER 23rd, 1914. to cross will cross passengers desiring, t rltElß OWN RISK. J. McBNNIS, District Engineer. blio Works Office, Dunedin* 22xd November* 191 a,

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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