AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 2ndl and 3rd DECEMBER, Al 2 o’clock cadi day. 0:i the Premises, " The Mansions,” at the top of Stafford street, City, and also at 131 Stafford street, (immediately i.ppo&ile',.. Instructed by Mrs W .B. Ponhey, who is .;ifing up business owing to ill-health. MODERN FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. A vide range of practically new Furniture— Drawing, Dining, Smoking, and Sitting Rooms. Bedroom, Hall, nml Kitchen. TTNEN, NAPERY, BLANKETS. PARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will sell by auction, as above— Drawing Room: MAC NI IT GENT WALNUT UPRIGHT GRANQ PIANO (Mi'ton), An instrument of exquisite tone. RICH AXMINSTER CARPET. Sill; tapestry Chesterjeld settee, Morris and di-rn chairs, nit tan nml occasional furniture, lace curtains, vtu.es and bric-a-brac, brass fen- ,! kauri escritoire, oil and water colors (inclvilmg J. D. Perrcft), kauri uiiiTor overmanid. pedestals and pot plants. Dining and Sitting Rooms; TABLE SILVER AND CUTLERY. NEW 5-FRAMB BRUSSELS CARPET, Kauri mirror-back sideboard, inlaid linoleums, Austrian mid Canadian chairs, electroplate ami glassware, mirror overmantels, marble d;vk7 wall mirrors, kauri extension dining I able, carved coal vase, copper kerb, leather dining chairs, shelves (book), kauri and saddlelag- suite, conches, divan and easy chairs, engraving-, tek-f rained photogravures. Hall : AX MINSTER CARPELS. RUNNERS, AND STAIR CARPETS, 2 kauri mirror-back hall stands, mohair sslin mats, coir mats, inlaid linoleum, largo hall cl id;, large gong, hall curtains. Bedrooms : KAURI BEDROOM SUITES. HEAVY BRASS-MOUNTED BEDSTEADS. Minor-door wardrobes, dnehesso pairs and dusts, toilet, nets, linoleums, brass-rail bed--.pads’ c-ingle and double), comb, bedsteads, tent t rrs-cbalding, new Incc curtains, bed;v,nm carpets and mats, wicker and easy chairs. fenders, minor overmantel, shaving mirrors. Singer sewing machine. Kireben furniture. and pots and pans, rrockcrv, preserves. patent jam jars, knife mathme. mangle. wringer, steps, tiller. On view Tuesday. Ist December from 2 to 5, and morning of sale. WITHOUT RESERVE. MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms. Alauso street. 2 VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLDS. FINEST RESIDENCE SITE IN DUNEDIN. i-ACRE. UPPER YORK PLACE. Valuable. Easily-accessiblo Corner. LEVEL 1-ACRE, MACLAOGAN AND CLARKE STREETS. Suitable for Manufactory or Motor Garage. Also, MAIN SOUTH ROAD CORNER, CAVERSHAM. PARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, are instructed by the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Co., Ltd., to sell by auction : (1) Sections 18, 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 Wood House, which with some renovation 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 bo outbuilt,' and with a most glorious view. (2) Section 76. Block ATI., Dunedin, corner of Maclaggan street and Clarke street, containing 1 rood, and having frontages of 63fb and 163 ft respectively. The buildings consist of boarding establishment, shop, stable, and stores, etc , and are bringing m 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 4ia and 99jt respectively, with Two Dwellings (Nos. 157 and 159) of 4 rooms (brick side walls) and 3 rooms, and vacant allotment adjoining, which, owing to tho close settlement in this locality, should make a very good business eite. AA’c ?t rnhgly recommend inspection of these properties, as tiiry are for genuine sale. WEDNESDAY. 9th DECEMBER, 1914, At 12 o’clock noon. SALE OF HARBOR BOARD TEASES OF SECTIONS, as under: IX DUNEDIN. Block LVIII.. Section 30 (now occupied hv Co-sens and Black, Ltd.). Block I.XVUL. Section 3 ami parts 1 (now occupied by tenants of Me Jos. G. Bentley) Block I,XVIII , Section 4 (now occupied bv Air Hooper). Block LXATIL, Section 8 mow occup'cd hr Mrs Bridget Hannigan). Block LXVIII.. btv-tinn 9 (now occupied by Airs Hannah M'Qodlan). Block LXVIII., Section 10 (now occupied bv Mrs I’. Cooney). Block LXVIIL. Section 11 (now occupy] bv Airs Harriet Hanson). Block LXVIII., Section 12 (now occupied bv Air C. V'l. Wilkinson). Bock' LXVIII., Section 13 (now occupied bv tenants of Air W. H. Donnelly'. Block LXVIII.. Section 17 mow occupied bv Mr Charles King). Block LXLX., Section 5 (now occupied by tenants of Air A. B. Alcrccr). Block 1.X1X., Section 8 (now occupied by icnstnU of Airs Jane. Falconer). Block I,XX. Section 3 mow occupied by King Bros.). Block I.XXU., Section part 2 mow occupied bv t»uant- of Air John Collins •and Airs Isabella Collin9Block I.XXU.. Section part 2 mow occupied bv Air Alex. Block TX AT 1.. Sections 5. L 5 mow occtijiicd by tenants <f Aim AI. A. B. llattonl. Block LXH, Sections I and 2 mow occupied bv Sargood, Sou. and Kwcn). Biorlc TiXU.. Sections 3 to 6 mow occupied bv Sargoml Son. and Evvcn). IN’SAWYERS BAY. Ban Sections 25 and 27 mow occupied by Airs Rachel Downes) 1 The above Sections are offered subject to I pr.vinc.it. of valuation for buildings, etc. »ARK REYNOLDS. LIMITED. received instructions from the Harbor Board to offer for lease by abc vc-mentioned Lands i nubile unci ion . i at their Rooms, AR.nse (street, Dunedin, tho above dale. For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS;
Messrs MONDY AND STEPHENS. The Board’s Solicitors. SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY, No. 7 Or»v street, Musselburgh (Off Ouecn's Drive- 2 minutes from car). FINE MODERN. W ELL-BUI T.T ROOMED RESIDENCE and STABLINO. S INTO be Sold by Auction MONDAY", Hth DECEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock. At Laud Sale Rooms, 213 Princes street. Instructed by J- D M’Lcau. Esq who is leaving Dunedin for the North. JOHN GEERIN AND CO. will sell by auction. Modern 6-roomed Residence, complete, with bav windows, portico, nice wide ball, large rooms, beautifully decorated with self-colored handsomely stencilled: tile hearths and' crates, latest gas fittings, bathroom, scullery, hot and cold water, pantries and linen press, drained to tewer, washhouse, fowlhouse, fowl run, stable, trap shed, large open shed (eminently suitable for motor garage, carriage, expresses, or carts). ■\s Mr M’Le in is leaving Dunedin immediately after the snlo, he is determined to hell, regardless of cost. Hurry and inspect. Will go’ a bargain. No better built house in the neighborhood. We will finance any buyer.
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