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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914
AUCTIONS. TUESDAY, Bth DECEMBER. At 2 o’clock. At Premises, Pretoria Terraco, 109 York place. SURPLUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, DINING TABLE, DINING ROOM AND BEDROOM FURNITURE. A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. jt. 3L have received instructions from Mrs J. Walker (who is giving up housekeeping) to sell, ns above, Mirror-back sideboard, linoleums, fenders and brasses, ornaments, vases, flower stands, curtains, whatnot, dining table, chairs, china, crystal, pictures, occasional tables, hall stand, stair carpet, spring sofa, 9 wire shakedowns, flock mattresses, washstnmls, ware, <1 duchesse chests, screen, child’s cot, blankets, quilts, kitchen furniture, etc., etc. WEDNESDAY, 9th DECEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, NEW ENGLISH PIANO IN OAK, UTRECHT VELVET SUITE, KAURI BEDROOM SUITE, LADIES’ AND GENTS’ BICYCLES. \ LEX. HARRIS AXD CO. are instructed to soli by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc., including— Brussels and tapestry carpets, hearthrugs, brass fenders, palm stands, wicker chairs, walnut pianoforte, whatnot, couches, Canadian chairs, curiums, pictures, ornaments, double and single iron bedsteads, wire and flock mattresses, cedar chest, duchesse chests, wardrobe (mirror-door), washslanda and ware, child's cot, duchesse pair, push cart, shakedown, meat safe, go-cart, linen basket, wheelbarrow, marquee, lawn mower, iron gate, 40-gallon filter, kitchen furniture, cooking utensils, and sundries in gnat variety. TUESDAY, Bth DECEMBER. At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Manso street. Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sale. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. For Absolute Unreserved Sale. PARK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will sol! hv auction, tut above, WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (Collard and Collanß, div.m and easy chairs, solid brass kerb and brasses, Canadian and Austrian chairs, kauri dining table, plush suite, hanging lamps, tenders, fircirons, carpets. nigs, linoleum bookcase, chiffonier, platform rocker, cutlery, table silver, pictures, rates, HEAVY BRASS-MOUNTED BEDSTEAD, brass-rail beds iMnglo aiul double), hospital bods, .shakedowns, budding, duchesse nail's, chests, washstaisds. toilet ware, go-cart, general bedroom furniture, KITCHEN FURNITURE and utensils, dresser, knife-cleaner, mangle, e.to., etc., etc. WEDNESDAY, Cth JANUARY', 1915, Ai LI o'clock noon. Messrs tames samson and co. have received in-irueLions from the City Council to offer for Solo. _by public auction, Lit their moms Dowling streei, on the above-mentioned date, the. undermentioned Corporation Leas, —-viz. : Twciny-enc years’ lea-c of Allotment 10, Snljdi .'.’•don of Sections 1. 2. 3. and 7, Block IL, East Titleri Dhtriei, at pre-eut held bv Mr Sind nr Korncr. Area, 5 acres 2 poles. Upset rental. £3 18s 01 per annum. Valuation for improvements, £l6. Further particulars may be. obtained on application to the TOWN CLERK. Or . THE AUCTIONEERS. RELIGIOUS. lAIRST CHURCH—Rev. GRAHAM 11. BALFOUR, M.A.. 8.D.. will Preach 11 a.m. (Coinmunioni mid 6.50 p.im Russell Street. Branch- 6.50 p.im. Rev. J. Lawson Uebmseu. U A. KNOX CHURCH—II a .m. and 6.50 p.m., Hev. .1 C. JAMIESON. Stuart Hill Mi-simi. at 7 p.im, Ml* Johnston Brown. vrORTU-EAST VALLEY I’UBSBYIT TERIAN CHURCH. ■ID-MORROW. 10 a.m., Men's Association. 11 a.m., ( i>ii lll mui<>ti S twice. 6.30 p.m.. lic.v. HENRY B. GRAY. OPOIIO.— It a.m. and 6.50 p.im, Mr A. M'Nenr ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH. : 11 if in.. Communion. 6.30 p.im, 'St Paul ;it the Ballot-box.' ' Rev. K. WADDELL. M.A., D.D. Quarter Collection for the Poor at Both .Services. KENSINGTON BRANCH.—Mr R. WATSON. M A. K AIKORAI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A NNIVERSARY SERVIC KS. TO-MORROW, 11 a.m.. Rev. ROBERT FA HIM A ID. 6.30 p.im, Rev. JOHN MILLER (St. Clair). ROSLYN PRESBYTERIAN HIGHGATE. CHURCH, 11 aim. Communion; 6-30 p.m., 'The Church and the People's Vote.' Collections for Belgian Fund. Preacher; The Rev. W. GRAY DIXON, M.A. c HALMEUS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Lower Y’ork place..—Services, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher. Rev. L. IT. HUNT. MO R NING T0 N FRESH \TE RIA N CHURCH.—Rev. W. SCO KG lE. U a.m., 'The Name Graven on God's Hands’; 6.30 p.im, ‘Fellow-laborers with God.' CIA V ERSHAM PRESBYTERIAN J CHURCH. Morning, IL: Evening, 6 50. Preacher, Rev. D. DUTTON, SOUTH DUNEDIN Presbyterian Church—--10.50 n.m., Mctting for Prayer; 11 a.m., Rev. K. R. M. Sutherland; 6.30 p.m., Rev. R. Faimiaid. Special collection British and Belgian Relief Fluid. TVYUSSELBUKGH Presbyterian Church iri (Queen's Drive). —Morning, Communion; evening. "Dio Golden Era of Peace’; Miss N. Pridham will sing ‘There is a Groen Hill.’ Preacher, Rev, R. Scott Allan. Special collection for British and Belgian Relief. ST. CLAIR Presbyterian Church. —11 o’clock. Rev. John Miller (Communion); 6.30, Rev. K. R. 31 Sutherland (Kaikorai). A LL SAINTS’ CHURCH. BIBLE SUNDAY. 8 a.m., 11 a.m. (Choral Celebration), 6.30 p.m. Morning Preacher: Rev. C. R. ALLEN. Evening Preacher, THE DEAN. Evening Subject : ‘ Religion and Politics.’ M GRAY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Il a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. SAUNDERS. Evening Subject: ‘Dropping the Pilot.’ OT, CLAIR CONGREGATIONAL ® CHURCH. 11, Morning Service. 12.15 p.m., Holy Communion. G 30, Evening Service. Rov. W. J. ASHFORD. KING STREET Congregational Church.— Morning, 11, and evening, 6.30, Kr.v. G. Heigbwny; evening, ‘ For My Sake.’ lEITH STREET CONGREGATIONAL J CHURCH. Rev. A. H. WALLACE. Services, 11 a.m., 630 p.m. Communion after Evening Service. fJYRINITY METHODIST CHURCH. 11 a.m., ‘ Great Diana of the Ephesians.’ 6.50 p.m-, ‘The Redemption of the Body.’, Rev. W. ARTHUR HAY. Anthem, ‘Lead, Kindly Light’ (Evans). Solo, ‘Hear. Ye Israel’ (‘Elijah’), Madame Josephine Ottlce. WOODTTAUGH.—63O pm., Rev. T. W. KEWBOLD. J£EW METHODIST , CIRCUIT. Caversham.—Collections for Belgian Relief Fund. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.. Rev. E. Drake. Evening solo. ‘ Charity,’ Mrs Cunningham. FairOcld.—ll a.m., Air G. Wliittlcstone; 7 p.m., Rev. F. Frost. Abbotsford. —11 a.m., Rev. F. Frost; 6.30 p.m., Mr IL A. Eden,
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