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AUCTIONS. THURSDAY, 3rd DECEMBER. SALE ByTuCTION'. In Downstairs Rooms, Bowling street; At 2 o'clock. On account,of Mrs Murray, North-east Valley. "Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale. 7-PIECE LEATHER SUITE. MAGNIFICENT WALNUT STAINED SIDEBOARD. TROXFRAMED UPRIGHT GRAND PLANO, over damper chock action, by Barnes and Mnllius, London Etc., Etc. AMES SAMSOS AND CO. bave been favored with instructions from Mrs Murrav, North-east Valley (who is leaving Dunedin), to seU by tutction in their Downstairs Roomn, Dowlin-r street, the whola of hex Hou«ehold Furniture, etc., including— LEATHER SUITE, walnut sUincd videboard. s.g. chairs, extending dining iabte, dining chairs, couches, pictures, kerbs and iron*, paintings, flower bowls, palm stands. MAGNIFICENT TRON-FRAMED PIANO (by Barnes and Mulling. London), lamps, oak sideboard, hj. mga, AXMrXOTER CARPET (a very fino carpet). CHIFFONIER, quaint carved pot stand, fenilcrs and brasses, OAK HALL OTAND. mirror-back wd« seat, HEAVY CARPHT 1 RUNNER, flip mats, pa«- **& linoleums, DROPJtEAD SINGER SEWING MACHINE, d.i. beds, si. beds. woo<i bed, QUAINT OAK BED (latest, design). bedding, wasbstands, HANDSOME OAK BEDROOM SUITE, child's drop-side cot.. riuchesse pair, wire mattresses, shakedowns, fiock mattresses, kapok mirroi cooking utensils, meat wife. wheV.lwirrow, ladies* and sent*' cyclcn, 2 forms. 20 kitchen cbaira, largo lablo"(suitable for drc.-«aiiaking establishment), etc.. et<;. NO RESERVE. MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, At 1.30 sharj). AT BISK OF HOME SHIPPERS SALE BY AUCTION LA ROE CONSIGNMENT OF JAPANESE CARPET SQUARES. In alt the Latest Quaint Designs, Abo, a Largo Quantity t>f JAPANESE AND ALL-WOOL REVERSIBLE RUG?. Also, ENGLISH CARPETS. HEAVY A.XMINSTEBS, AND VELVET PILES. "AMES SAMSON AND CO. '3 have been favored with instrurtioti* from tho Consignors to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, a large consignment of Carpets, including--70 CARPETS OF THE LATEST DEMONS AND COLORING, IN ALL SIZES. 30 BEAUTIFUL ALU WOOL CARPETS. ISfl x 12ft, 15ft Bin x 12ft. 12ft x 12ft. 12ft. s 10ft Sin. 10ft 6iu x 9ft, 12ft x 9ft. 25 SUPERIOR QUALITY QUAINT DESIGN JAPANESE CARPETS. 10 QUAINT JUTE CAB PETS. 10 LATEST STYLE IN SEAGRASS CARPETS. 5 QUAINT COTTON WOVEN I ARRET*. 10 ENGLISH CARPETS. HEAVY AXMINSTER AND VELVEr PILES. 40 VERY QUAINT ASSORTED RUGS IN ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. AXMINSTER HALL BUNNEBS. LARGE QUANTITY ASSORTED LOT OF MATHS'O RUGS AND MATTING SQUARES. The above goods are all Japanese, and it u the first time in Dunedin that thi* clasi awl make of Carpet lias been o!?ored to the public by auction. The patterns aud styles are all of i'ne laicst in Japanese manufacture, and tiro well worth inspection. WILL BE ON VIEW SATURDAY, sth DECEMBER, AND DAY OF SALE. EVERY LOT TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. FRIDAY, 4th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Premises, No. 19 M'Bride screer. South Dunedin. In the Estate of M. J. Jamicsou. .SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. WALNUT GRAND PIANO (LAURINAT). SUITE IN SADDLEBAGS. HANDSOME MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, AXMINSTER CARPETS, OVERMANTELS. OAK HALL STAND AND SEAT. BEDROOM SUITE, ALCOCK "ft BILLLYRD AND DINING TABLE, with Accessories (in first - class order;. k LEX. HARRIS AND CO. .- have received instruction- in soil, as above. Walnut piano (LatirinaM. handsome niirrorhaek sidebcaid, Axnriiistcr carpet?, suite in saddlebags, hearthrugs, ornaments and vases, massive walnut overmantel, flower stands ami plants, electroplate, china, and crystal, brasa kerbs anil brasses, dining table, curtains, picture";, Axuiiuster hall carpet, linoleum, oak hall stand, oak hall Mat, curtains, whatnots, heavy brassmounted bedsteads, wire and (lurk mattresses, single iron bedsteads and bedding, blanket*, napery. bedroom suite, mirrorloor wardrobes, uuchesse chests, marble-top washstands, rattan chairs, chests drawers, ,-ouch. wire shakedowns, kitchen funiituro, utensils. man™le. wcimror, ALCOCK 7 ft. BILLLULD DINING TABLE, with awesseries (in first-class order;. Also, Valuable Leasehold Corner Sectiuii. with i modern 6-rooraed Dwelling; bath, hot and -old water, electric light, dnincd to sewer. A well-built house, close penny section car. TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. On Account of Mr Maurice Coughlan. CHOICE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, BROAD BAY (close to jetty;. 1 * LEX. HARRIS AND . CO. >. have received instructions to sell, aa above: 1. Modern Seven-roomed Residence and Freehold Section, laid out in garden, with all the Furniture now on the premises. 2. Modern 7-roomed Residence and Treebold adjoining, with Furniture, complete. The properties are fronting Main road, >nd overlook the wharf. MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock. ■ At Rooms, Manse street. 2 VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLDS. FINEST RESIDENCE SITE IN DUNEDIN. J-ACRE, UPPER YORK PLACE. Valuable, Easily-accessible Corner. LEVEL ±-AGRE. MACLAGGAN AND CLAUSE STREETS. Suitable for Manufactory or Motor Garage. Also, •MAIN SOUTH ROAD CORNER, CAVERSHAM. -»AR£, REYNOLDS. LIMITED, are instructed by the Trustees, Executori, and Agency Co., Ltd., to sell by auction i (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 somo renovation could be made to last for many years to come. The rite is undoubtedly one of the finest in Dunedin, being elevated, private, j.- v. Li....-it . j ™:n. « m/J glorious view. (2) Section 76, Block VII., Dunedin, corContaining 1 rood, and having frontages of 66ffc and l®ft respectively. Tho buildings consist of boarding establishmtint, shop, stable, and stores, eto., and are bringing in a very good return, and will continue to do bo while the freehold is growing in value. It' is the very beat available central site for factory or garage, and the revenuo derived from the front buildings would enable the purchaser to stand practically rent free. sr\ i it_4—«»ta 97 niul ?a Riihdiviainn nf Section 20, Block VI., Town District, corner of Main South road and Peter street, Caversham, having frontages of 67ft 4in and 99ft 3*"rooins, and vacant allotment adjoining, which owing to the close settlement in this localftT, should make a very good business site. We stronglv recommend inspection of these properties, as they are for genuine sale. WASTE PAPER. ASTE PAPER FOR SALE, ... la Lota to Suit Purchasers.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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