AUCTIONS. ; MONDAY. 30th NOVEMBER. , At 10 o'clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. ! At the Otago Com and Wool Exchange Vogel street. DONAID REID AND CO., LTD, .will sell, as above, Oats, wheat, barley, chaff potatoes. MONDAY. 30th NOVEMBER, At 9.45 a.in GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At their Stores, Cumberland and Vogel streets. D ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED, will sell by auction, at above time. Oats, wheat, chaff, etc. TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, At 12.50 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. . CITY FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MODERN 6-ROOMKD RESIDENCE, No. 26 LEES STREET. ALEX. HARRIS AND CO. xV have received instructions to sell, as above,, Allotment 21, Block 111., Dunedin, at the corner of Lees and Fernhill streets (area. 7.3 poles), with a modern Residence of 6 moms; slate ruof, plastered throughout, bath, gas, hot and cold, folding doors in two rooms. A splendid chance to secure a lirstclass properly within 5 minutes of Post Office. TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. On Account <>f Mr Maurice Coughlan. CHOICE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, BROAD BAY (close to jetty). ALEX. HARRIS AND CO. j!jL have received instructions to sell, as above, 1. Modern Seven-roomed Res.donee and Freehold Section, laid out in garden, with all the Furniture now on the premises. 2. Modern 7-roomed Residence and Frco- * hold adjoining, with Furniture, complete. The properties aie fronting Mam road, and overlook the wharf. WEDNESDAY. 2nd DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes si reel. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANETTE (Emil Ascherbcrg), KAURI BEDROOM SUITE, TAPESTRY COUCH, OAK DUCHESSE PAIR, RATTAN AND WICKER CHAIRS. OAK DINING BILLIARD TABLE. Bft. DOUBLE AND SINGLE IRON BEDSTEADS. RED PINE MANTELPIECES, 12 PORCELAIN BASINS, TAPESTRY CARPETS, 9ft KAURI COUNTER, Also. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ■ 4 LEX. HARRIS AND CO.. Auctioneer?. FRIDAY. 4th DECEMBER. At 2 o'clock. At Premises, No. 19 M’Brido street. South Dunedin. In the Estate of Mr J. Jamieson. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. WALNUT GRAND PIANO (LAURINAT), SUIT'D IN SADDLEBAGS, HANDSOME MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, AX MINSTER CARPETS. OVERMANTELS, OAK HALL STAND AND SEAT. BEDROOM SUITE, ALCOCK 7ft BILLIARD AND DINING TABLE, with Accessories (in firstclass order). I 4 LEX. HARRIS AND CO. t-CX have received instructions to sell, as above, Walnut piano (Laurinal), handsome mirrorback sideboard, Axminster carpets, suite in saddlebags, hearthrugs, ornaments and vases, massive walnut overmantel, flower stands and plants, electroplate, china, and crystal, brass kerbs and brasses, dining table, curtains, pictures, Asminstcr hall carpet, linoleum, oak hall stand, oak hall seat, curtains, whatnots, heavy brutsamouuted bedsteads, wire and flock mattresses, single iron bedsteads and bedding, blanketr, uapery, bedroom suite, mirrordoor wardrobes, duchesso chests, marble-lop washstands, rattan chairs, chests drawers, couch, wire shakedowns, kitchen furniture, utensils, mangle, wringer, ALCOCK 7ft BILLIARD DINING TABLE, with accessories (in flm-claas order).
Valuable Leasehold Corner Section, with » modem 6-roomed Dwelling: bath, hot and cold water, gas. drained to sewer. A wellbuilt house, close penny section car. TUESDAY, the 15th DECEMBER, 1914. At 12 o'clock noon. P| / rESSHS ALEX. HARRIS AND CO. 1 -Lt-L have received instructions from the City Council to offer for sale by public auction, at their Rooms, Princes street, on the above-mentioned date, the under-mentioned Corporation Building Lease, viz. -.—- Twcnty-onc years' Building Lease of Allotment 2, Subdivision of Section 10. Block 9, Dunedin, at present held by Mr Henry Haynmn. Upset rental, £363 per annum. The property trouts on to Princes street, and is known as the Exchange Court Buildings, the valuation for building ami improvements being set down at £4,950. ■Further particulars may be obtained on application to the Town Clerk or the Auctioneers. Dunedin 13A1/14. TUESDAY. Ist DECEMBER, At. 2 o'clock. On Account of Those Concerned. 24 BALES WOOLSACKS. All Faults, if any. M. S P E D I) I X (,i is instructed to soil by auction, at his Rooms, on Tuesday next, at 2 o'clock, 24 BALKS IVO3LPACKS. Removed to Rooms for Unreserved Sale. SATURDAY, sth DECEMBER, At 1 o'clock sharp. At Rooms, Liverpool and Bond streets. 25 ACRES GROUND, with SUPERIOR HOUSE, EIGHT ROOMS. JOHN REID AND SONS. LIMITED, instructed by Captain Robert Fraser, will offer, as above. His very desirable Property, comprising 25 acres, with superior House (bungalow stylo) of 8 rooms ami conveniences; glasshouse, stable, tra(i shed, dairy, towibo'i.-e, Hewer ■ and vegetable garden, orchard, tic. j This property commands a maguiticeni j view of Otago Harbor mid Port. Chalmers j wharves, and is an ideal spot lor a city man ; desirous of residing in the country yet , within a few minutes of the railway and handy to town; or would sr.ii a poultry I farmer or retired farmer. To ;i family man j a properly of this doeripiion meat’s cheap j living—no mill;, butler, egg. or coal bills i (first-class firewood on the estate) —and bis j own fruit and vegetable*. Tim reserve has been fixed at a low Ignre, ami only a small deposit is required. Full particulars on ap plication. The land is in good heart, and feed plentiful, inspection is advised and invited. MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms. Liverpool and Bund streets. SUPERIOR ST. KILDA HOME. 6 Bridgman street (near Council street, and Town Hall). JOHN REID AND SONS. LIMITED, j are instructed to offer, as above. j Section 2. block 33. St. Hilda, with a specially well-built and superior Residence of S rooms, bungalow style; casement windows (with fanlights), bathroom (porcelain bath:, hj. and c. water: electric light, lofty ceiling*, la"r"e rooms, fibrous plaster ceilings, handsome reception ball, largo pantry, t. and g. lining under wwhpapers. washhouse, coalbemse; drained to sewer, and all other couveuiencefi: garden, etc. This is without doubt ono of the nicest places in St. Kilda, and Inspection by those who appreciate a really well-built, modern, and natty homo is strongly recommended. Cards to view ou application. 2707 IN order to have tho ‘ Star ’ out in good time, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements that come in after noon. After this hour they cannot bo classified. We would therefore request Advertisers to kindly bear this in mind, and send in their Orders Early ,
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