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AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 9th DECEMBER At 2 o'clock. At Roome, 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, NEW ENGLISH PIANO IN OAK, UTRECHT VELVET SUITE, KAURI BEDROOM SUITE. LADIES' AND GENTS' BICYCLES. CAR DROP-HEAD SINGER MACHINE, . LEX. HARRIS AND CO. - are instructed to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc, including*— Brussels and tapestry carpets, hearthrugs, brass fender,?, palm stands, wicker chairs, walnut pianoforte, whatnot, couches, Canadian chairs, curtains, nietures, ornaments, double and dingle iron bedsteads, wire and flock mattresses, cedar chest, duchesee cbeets, wardrobe (mirror-door), washstands and ware, child's cot-, duchesse pair, push cart., shakedown, meat safe, go-oart, linen basket, wheelbarrow, marquee, lawn mower, iron gate, 40-gallon filter, kitchen furniture, cooking utensils, and sundries in great variety. WEDNESDAY, 9th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. SALE EY AUCTION. In Downstairs Booms. Dowling str«c4. Removed to Rooms for Convenience of Sals From High street, Roslvn. OAK BEDROOM SUITE (QUAINT DESIGN), STAINED WALNUT DUCHESSE PAHi, WARDROBE (MIRROR DOOR), AX-> MINSTER CARPET SQUARE, LEATHER SUITE, ORCAN UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, Etc., Extending Dining Table, Occasional Table* and Chairs, CHINA CABINET, Lac© Curtains, Seagraas Chairs, 7-Piece S.B. Suit*, Horsehair Couch, Axniinster Carpet Square, Kerbs and Iron?, Fenders and Brasses, Dinner Service, Books, Large Flower Bowls, aboo Pot Stand, STAINED WALNUT SIDEBOARD WITH MrRROR BACK. Quaint Carved Pot Stand, OAK SIDEBOARD (LATEST DESIGN), Sewing Machine. Hall Stand (Diamond Mirror), Hall Carpet Runner. Passage Linoleums, Linoleums, Slip Mats. OAK BEDROOM SUITE, OAK BEDSTEAD, Washstands (Tile Back), Chest* or" Drawers, Wardrobes, Stained WALNUT DUCHESSE PAIR, Wan, Comniodo, CHILD'S WOOD DROP-SIDE GOT, Mattresses, Shakedowns, Bedding. IMITATION MARBLE CLOCK, Rugs, Blanket*, Hearthrugs, Gent's Bicycle, Copper Boiler, Meat Safe, Pots, Pans, Tub, Kitchen Dresser, Kitchen Chain, Kitchen Table*, 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, Bnardinjhouse. or Hotel. also, one Half-plate camera, ' one camera, tripod, lens, and one half-plate focai* pla> e camera and all accessories. James samson and co. have been favored with instructions ir> sell by auction, in their DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, Dowling street, a largeof Household Furniture, etc., in fir?t-rla«s order, including the above. TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDF.K. WEDNESDAY, oth DECEMBER, 1914, At 12 o'clock noon. SALE OF HARBOR BOARD LEASER , OF SECTIONS, as under:— j IN DUNEDIN. Blook LVIII., Section 30 (now occupied by Cossens and Black, Ltd.). Cpgnt vontal, £l7 2s; improvements. £llO. Bioclc LXVIII., Part* of Section 1 (now occupied bv tenants of Mi Jos. O. Bnntley). Upset rental. £l6: improvements, £1,200. Block LXVIII., Section 3 (now occupied by tenant of Mr Joseph G. Btnflcyi. Upset rental, £l4- 15s; improve, menfet, £1,050. Block LXVIII, Section 4- (now occupied by Mr Hooper). Upset rental, £8 ss; improvements, £575. Block LXVin., Section 8 (now occup'fd by Mrs Bridget Hannigan). Upsst, rental, £22 j improvements, £350. Block LXVIII., section 9 (now occupied by Mrs Hannah 'M'Quillan). Upset. rental, £11; improvements, £l7O. Block LXVUI., Section 10 (now occupier! by Mrs P. Cooney). Upset rent*!, £lll improvements, £IBO. Block LXVIII.. Section 11 (now occup ; o I by Mrs Harriet. Hanson). UpstM rental, £22 10s; improvements, £:£ so. Blook LXVIII., Section 12 (now occupied by Mr C. W. Wilkinson). Upset. rental, £33; improvements. £1.190 Block LXVIII., Section 13 mow occinv>-l by tenants of Mr W. 11. Donneih,. Upset renin], £22: improvement.-. £261. Block LXVni., Section 17 inoiv occupied by Mr Chas. King). Upsst. rental. £22: improvements, £1,075. 810.-.k LXIX., Section 5 (now occnjiied by Mr A. B. Mercer). Blork LXIX., Section 8 (now occupied bv tenants of Mrs Jane Falconer;. Upset rental, £2O ; improvements, £350. Block LXX., Section 3 (now occupied by King Bros.). Upset rental, £l7; improvements, £4OO. Block rXXIL, Part of Scrtion 2 (now occupied by tenants of Mr John Collins and Mrs Ifabelia Collins). Up*ct rental, £l2; improvements, £l.lOO. Block LXXII., Part, of Section 2 (now occvipiod bv Mrs Braman;. Up?<-i rental, £9 10s: improvement'. £7 r /) Block LXXII., Sections 3. 4, and 5 |nw occupied bv tenants of Mrs M. A. B Hation). Upset rental, £42: i'n provementn, £1,470. Block LXTL, Sections 1 and 2 mow oecupi<*l by Sargootl, Son. and Ewcir. Upset, rental, £110; improvement-. £6,125. LXII., Sections 3 to G (now nc.'ipied by Sargood, Son, and Kwciii. Upci»t rental, £205; improvement >. £4.920. SAWYERS BAY. Fart of Sections 25 «nd 27 (now occupies bv Mrs Rachel Downos). Up»e( rental, £ll 10s; ground rent. £650 The above Sections are offered rubjert n payment of valuation for building?, etc. ►ARK, REYNOLDS. LIMITED. liavr received instructions from tit.' Ctapo Harlsor Board to offer for lease \<y public auction the, abcve-nientioned Lan.h at their Rooms, Mmisc street, Dunedin. oi. the above date For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS; Or to Me«rs MONDY AND STEPHENS. The Board's Solicitor*. MONDAY, 21et DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock. At Rooms, Mans* street. By Order of the Mortgagees. ('HARMING QUARTER-ACHE FRETSHOLD, UPPER YORK PLACE. Lovely view, sheltered, retired; close to tram; easy walk from P.O. J>.\RK. REYNOLDS. LIMITED, arc instructed by the Mortgagees to sell «j auction, Section 1. Block XL, Dunedin, containing' < 66ft frontage to York place, and back and sid" lines of section adjoin Town Belt. This is a. remarkably good eite, and the «J----vaged portion of the House still standiMg upon the land could be utilised to advantage, as it i." sound, and. with repair, could be made serviceable tor many years to come. This property is for genuine sale, and we urge anyone desiring » town house to inspect. For further particulars a-pply to Messrs CALVERT AND BRUGH, Solicitors, Dowling street) Or THE AUCTIONEERS. MONDAY, 14th DECEMBER, At 12.50 o'clock. At Land Sale Rooms, 213 Piinces street. Instructed by J. Tj. M'Lean, Esq. (who i» leaving Dunedin for the North). JOHN GEERIN AND CO. will sell by auction. MODERN SIX-ROOMED RESIDENCE ar.d STABLES COMPLETE, with bay windows, portico, nice wide hall, large ioom?, beautifully decorated with s.elf-colored papers, handsomely stencilled; tile hearths and grate*, latest gas fittings, bathroom, scullery, hot and cold water, pantries and linen press; drained to newer, waithhouse, fowlbouse, fowl run, stable, trap shed, large open ihed (eminently suitable for motor garage, carriage, expresses, or carts). WE WILL FINANCE ANY BDYEft. £-,

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