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AUCTIONS. MONDAY. 7th DECEMBER. At 1.30 sharp. AT RISK OF HOME SHIPPERS. ' SALE BY AUCTION LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF JAPANESE CARPET SQUARES. In all the Latest Quaint Designs. Also, a Largo Quantity of JAPANESE AND ALL-WOOL REVERSIBLE RUGS. Also, ENGLISH CARPETS, HEAVY AXMINSTERS. AND VELVET PILES. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions from the Consignors to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, a large consignment of Carpets, including— TO CARPET'S OP THE LATEST DESIGNS AND COLORINGS, IN ALL SIZES. 10 BEAUTIFUL ALL-WOOL CARPETS, 15fb x 12ft, 13ft 6in x 12ft, 12ft x 12ft, 12ft x 10ft 6in, 10ft 6iu x Oft, 12ft x 9ft. 25 SUPERIOR QUALITY QUAINT DESIGN JAPANESE CARPETS. 10 QUAINT JUTE CARPETS. 10 LATEST STYLE IN SEAGRASS CARPETS, 8 QUAINT COTTON WOVEN CARPETS. 10 ENGLISH CARPETS, HEAVY AXMINSTER AND VELVET PILES. 40 VERY QUAINT ASSORTED RUGS IN ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. AHMINSTER HALL RUNNERS. LARGE QUANTITY ASSORTED TOT QF MATTING RUGS AND MATTING SQUARES. The above goods are all Japanese, and it is the first time in Dunedin that this class and make of Carpet has been offered to the public by auction. The patterns and styles are nil of the latest in Japanese manufacture, nnd are well worth inspection. WILL BE ON VIEW SATURDAY. sth DECEMBER, AND DAY OP SALE. EVERY LOT -TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. WEDNESDAY, 9th DECEMBER. Sale by Auction, At 2 o'clock. In Downstairs Rooms, Dowling street. Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale From High street., Roslyn. OAK BEDROOM SUITE (QUAINT DESIGN), STAINED WALNUT DUCHESSE, PAIR, WARDROBE (MIRROR DOOR), AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE. LEATHER SUITE, ORGAN. UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, Etc., Extending Dining Table, Occasional Tables and Chairs, CHINA CABINET, Luce Curtains, Seagrass Chairs, 7-Piece S.B. Suite., Horsehair Couch, Axiuinater Carpet Square, Kerbs and Irons, Fenders and Brasses, Dinner Service, Books, Largo Flower Bowls, Bamboo Pot Stand, STAINED WALNUT SIDEBOARD WITH MIRROR BACK, Quaint Carved Pot Stand, OAK SIDEBOARD (LATEST DESIGN), Sewing Machine. .Hal! Stand (Diamond Mirror), Hall Carpet Runner Passage Linoleums, Lino-i.-ums. Slip Mats, OAK BEDROOM SUITE, OAK BEDSTEAD, Wnnhsiands (Tile Back), Chests of Dpiwers, Wardrobes, Stained WALNUT DUCHESSE PAIR, Ware, Commode, CHILD’S AVOOD DROP-SIDE COT, Mattresses, Shakedowns, Bedding, IMITATION MARBLE CLOCK, Ruga, Blankets, Hearthrugs, Gent’s Bicycle, Copper Boiler, Meat ESafe., Pots, Pans, Tub. Kitchen Dresser, Kitchen Chairs, Kitchen Tablet, Cutlery, Crockery, etc., etc. ALSO, ON ACCOUNT Of'aN HOTEL PROPRIETOR (who is putting in high-back chairs), 60 DINING CHAIRS IN FIRST-CLASS ORDER, Suitable for Restaurant, Boardinghouse, or Hotel. Tames samson and co. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, in their DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, Dowling street, a largo Catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., in first-class order, including the above. TO EE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. FRIDAY, Hth DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. SALE BYAUCrrON. On the Premises, St. Clair, Corner of Richardson and Nile streets, al the bottom of Coughtrey street, St. Clair. SUPERIOR MODERN HOUSEHOLD PURNATURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions from the owner (who is giving up housekeeping) to ■ell by auction, on the premises, the whole of her superior Household Furniture, etc., including— UPRIGHT GRAND IRON-FRAME PIANO by Barnes and Mullins, London, a first-das* instrument, practically new; fancy velvet chairs, seagrass and occasional chairs, VERY HEAVY GREEN VELVET PILE CARPET, vases, clocks, curtains, cushions, LONG MIRROR, 9 high-back chairs (solid oak), 6ft extending dining table, MASSIVE MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD (walnut color), extra heavy quaint bronze kerb mid irons, coal vase, superior rugs, easy chairs, E.P. WARE, CUTLERY and glass ware, hall curtains, runner, Flip mats, barometer, palm stands and bcwls, HANDSOME REFLEX MIRROR DUCHESSE PAIR, heavily brassmounted bedstead, wire mattress and bedding. SUPERIOR EIDERDOWN QUILT, carpets, 2 heavy d.i. beds (brass-mounted) a rut bedding, EXTRA HEAVY BLANKETS, sheets, napery, etc., pictures, 2 duchosse diesis, washstands, linoleums, kitchen and cooking utensils, chairs and tables, lawu .-rower, gladstono bag. Tho above furniture was manufactured by Messrs O. and W. Hayward, and has been in use for only six or eight months. This r,(Tcrs a rare opportunity for those in search of good furniture. " SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY, ' No. 7 Grey street, Musselburgh (Of? Queen’s Drive, 2 minutes from car). FINE MODERN, WELL-BUILT SIXROOMED RESIDENCE and STABLING, To bo Sold by Auction MONDAY, 14th DECEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock, At Land Sale Rooms, 213 Princes street. Instructed by .1. D M’Lcan, Esq., who is leaving Dunedin for tho North. JOHN GEERIN AND CO. will sell by auction, Modern 6-roomed Residence, complete, with l>ay windows, portico, nice wide nail, large rooms, beautifully decorated with pelf-colored papers, handsomely stencilled; tilo hearths and grates, latest gas fitAiuga, bathroom, ecullery, hot and cold water, pantries and Imen press, drained to icwer, washhouse, fcwlhouse, fowl run, stable, trap shed, largo open shed (eminently suitable for motor garage, carriage, expresses, or cans). As Mr M’Lein is leaving Dunedin immediately after tho sale, ho is determined to sell, regardless of cost. Hurry and inspect. Will go * bargain. No Letter built house in the neighborhood. Wo will finance any buyer. MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms, Liverpool and Bond streets. SUPERIOR 6T. HILDA HOME. 6 Bridgman street (near Council street and Town Hall). JOHN REID AND* SONS. LIMITED, axe instructed to offer, as above. Section 2, block 33, St. Hilda, with a specially well-built and superior Residence of 5 rooms, bungalow style; casement windows '(with fanlights), bathroom (porcelain bath), b. and «. water; electric light, lofty ceilings, large rooms, fibrous plaster ceilings, handsome reception hall, largo pantry, t. and e. lining under wallpapers, washhouse, coolhouse; drained to sewer, and all other conveniences; garden, etc. This is without doubt one of the nicest places in 6t. Hilda, and inspection by those who appreciate a really well-built, modem, and natty homo is strongly recommended. Cards to view on application. 2707 ’ MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, At 9.45 o.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At their Stores, Cumberland and Vogel streets. TV ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED, J J will sell by auction, at above time. Oats, wheat, chaff, etc. MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, At 10 o’clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At the Otago Corn and Wool Exchange Vogel street. t-VONALD REID AND CO.. LTD, J 9 will sell, as above, Patife wheat) barley, chaff, potatoes.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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