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AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 3flth NOVEMBER, Sale by Auction, At 2 o’clock. IN ROOMS, DOWLING STREET. TWO GOLDEN OAK CABINET SEWING MACHINES, OAK BEDROOM! SUITE, VELVET PILE CARPET SQUARES, HEAVY SIDEBOARD (LATEST DESIGN), VERY QU AINT CARVED POT STANDS, SHELL WARE, Etc.. Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with Instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including— EXTENDING DINING TABLE, occasional tables and chairs,, velvet pile table covers, fenders and brasses, kerbs and irons, curtains and fittings, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, ornaments. Jubilee chairs, scagrass chairs, c.p. ware, crockery, crystal, settees, leather chairs and couches, hall stands, hall carpet runners, slio mats, passage linoleum, d.i. beds. a.i. beds. OAK BEDS (QUAINT DESIGN), wood beds, shakedowns, wire mattresses, kapok mattresses, flock mattresses, duchesso pairs, washstands, chcvals, TILEBACK WASHSTANDS, commodes, SHELL WAKE, easy chairs, bedding, blankets, DROP-SIDE' COTS, cot mattresses, wardrobes (mirror door), half-Scotch chests, meat safes, TWO GOLDEN OAK CABINET SEWING MACHINES, cooking utensils, kitchen furniture, etc., etc. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. SATURDAY. sth DECEMBER, At 1 o'clock sharp. UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FROM THE UNION PAWN OFFICE, ARCADE. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instruction’ from tho Manager of the Union Pawn Office to soil by auction at their Rooms, Dowling street, his large List of Unredeemed Pledges. FULL PARTICULARS WILL BE ADVERTISED LATER. Please note that we are closing on Wednesday, 2nd December, and keeping open on Saturday. sth December, for this Pledge Sale. MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, At, 1.30 sharp. AT RISK OF HOME SHIPPERS. SALE BY AUCTION LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF JAPANESE CARPET SQUARES, In all tho Latest Quaint Design?. Also, a. Largo Quantity of JAPANESE AND ALT,-WOOL REVERSIBLE RUGS. Also. ENGLISH CARPETS. HEAVY AXMINSTJiRS, AND VELVET PILES. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions from tho Consignors to. sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, a large consignment of Carpets, including—--70 CARPETS OF THE LATEST DESIGNS AND COLO TUNG S. IN ALL SIZES. 10 BEAUTIFUL ALL-WOOL CARPETS, 15ft x 12ft, 13ft 6in x 12ft, 12ft x 12ft, 12ft x 10ft Gin, 10ft Gin x 9ft, 12ft x 9ft. 25 SUPERIOR QUALITY QUAINT DESIGN JAPANESE CARPETS. 10 QUAINT JUTE CARPETS. 10 LATEST STYLE IN SEAGRASS CARPETS. 6 QUAINT COTTON WOVEN CARPET S. 10 ENGLISH CARPET'S. HEAVY AXMINSTFR AND VELVET PILES. 40 VERY QUAINT ASSORTED RUGS TN ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. AXMINSTKR HALT, RUNNERS. LARGE QUANTITY ASSORTED LOT OF MATTING RUGS AND MATTING SQUARES. Tiro above goods aro all Japanese, and it is the first time in Dunedin that thin cla-s and make of Carpet has been offered to (lie public by auction. The patterns and styles are. all of the latest in Japanese manufacture, and are wdl worth inspection. WILL BE ON VIEW SATURDAY. sth DECEMBER AND DAY OF SALE. EVERY LOT TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. FAMOUS SUNNY ST. CLAIR FREEHOLDS. FAMOUS SUNNY ST. CLAIR FREEHOLDS. 10 DELIGHTFUL ALLOTMENTS. 10 “ NEWMARKET EXTENSION,’’ Being a Splendid Subdivision of that. Excellent Property known as - COUGHTREY’S." “ COUOHTREY’S.” Fronting logs avenue, anti adjoining the popular Newmarket Subdivision; also close to car, beach, a.ud all the delights of our salubrious seaside suburb. J UHN will REID AND offer, as above, SONS, on LTD., TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock, At Rooms. Liverpool and Rond streets, THESE CHOICE FREEHOLDS. Speculators, investors, and those in search of a superior section in a delightful locality and amid pleasing surroundings and modem homes should inspect this subdivision, attend tho sale, and secure a FREEHOLD TO BE PROUD OF. Lithograph Plans are obtainable. Easy terms can be arranged. THE JOY OF LIVING Can be increased through residing in Newmarket Extension. Money will bo saved by buying at tho auction instead of letting others reap the profit. The early bird CATCHES THE WORM. MEETINGS, W.C.T.U. UNDER the auspices of the Women's Christian Temperance Union a NOTH'ENSK MEETING will be. held in the OCTAGON HALL on SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 28th inst-, at 5 o’clock. Speakers; Me’dames W. R. Don and H. H. Driver, and Mrs G. Elliot in the. Chair. Soloist: Miss Inglis. All Cordially Invited. Collection for Campaign Funds. . L. NEIL. Press Cor.

OTAGO GENERAL LABORE'RS' UNION. 4 N IMPORTANT SPECIAL AND GENERAL MEETING of the abovenamed Union will be. held at the Union's Hall. 95 Stuart street, Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY' EVENING, 2nd December, 1914, at 8 o’clock. 1. Alteration of Rule 6. 2. General. Every Member requested to attend. Don't forget. UNITED ST A RR-BOWK ETT BUILDING SOCIETY'. CHEAP MONEY'! CHEAP MONEY! f»-|r</'k/\ Divided amongst MemSbJLOUI/ bers. Join our No. 3 Group, and take part. £SOO Sale. No. 1 Group. £SOO Ballot No. 2 Group £SOO Ballot, No. 3 Group. On WEDNESDAY, 2nd December, at 8 p.m., in the Society’s Office, Stock Exchange Buildings Inquiry invited and full particulars obtainable from HUGH MITCHELL. Secretary. PORT CHALMERS OLD IDENTITIES’ ASSOCIATION. TTTVHE QXIAB.TE.BJuY MEETING of tVio above Jl will be held in Town Hall on WEDNESDAY', 2nd December, at 7.50 p.m. Members are reminded that annual subscriptions are now due. Business ; M. M’ALLEN, Secretary. J. MLACIILAN, Secretary. W.A3TB WASTE TAPER. . PAPER FOR SALE, U> ouiu imtunaciß. ‘STAR’ OFFICE. Apply

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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