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AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 14th DECEMBER, At 9.45 a.m GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At their Stores, Cumberland and Vogel streets. (jyALGETY AND CO., LIMITED, will sell by auction, at above time. Date, wheat, chaff, eto. MONDAY, Kth DECEMBER, At 10 o’clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At the Otago Corn and Wool Exchange Vogel street. Donald reid and co., i/td., will sell, as above. Oats, wheat, barley, chaff potatoes. MONDAY, 14th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. On account of Mrs W. B. Pcnhey. Removed from “The Mansions” to Rooms ■ for convenience of sale. UNRESERVED SALE.' BLANKETS, LINEN. NAPERY. BLANKETS. LINEN, NAPERY. A good clean assortment of Useful Household Linen and Nopery. *3 ARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, J1... will sell by auction, as above. On view Morning of Sale. TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, At 2 o’clock. On the Premises, No. 1 Hawthorn terrace, comer Lawrence street, Morniugtou (opposite Sneddon's Stoic). Instructed hy the Trustee in the Estate of the late Miss L. A. Burn. . HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANO (Colinrd and Godard). On Yiew Morning of Sale. PiKK, REYNOLD', LIMITED, will sell by auction, as above, AXMJNSTER CARPET, occasional settee, choirs and tables, piano seat, wall mirrors, linoleums, fire screen, fenders and fixeirops, music cabinet and music pedestal, dining ■fcablo and cover, jncturt v s. books, biimboo settee, china and glassware, dinner ware, electroplate and cable silver, _ hall carpet, mirror hall stand, lace curtains, 3 dining room chairs, brass-mounted bedstead, bedding, duchesse pair, toilet set, hanging wardrobe, and general furniture, kitchen furniture. pots and pans, wringer, pair steps, garden tools, meat sale, lawn mower. TOR UNRESERVED SALE. THURSDAY', 17th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. )n the Premises, No. 18 Uoughtrey street, St. Clair. Instructed by Mr.. Kingston (who is giving up housekeeping). SURPLUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. I Pino Little Lot of Desirable Furniture for Absolute UNRESERVED SALE PARK. REYNOLDS. LIMITED, will sell bv auction, aa above, WALNUT PIANO (Renardi). HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPETS, Handsomo inlaid walnut revolving card able, walnut drawing room settee, occasional hairs and tables, divan easy chair, pictures, vail mirrors, r.p. mirror hall stand, mahogany chiffonier, e.p. ware, glassware, china md crockery, bronze fire screen, walnut mirror overmantel, walnut extension dining "table, books, pair bronzes, BUFFALO LEATHER SUITE (Dining Room), Reavy brass-mounted bedstead, bedroom furniture, linoleum, toilet chests and ware, double, single bedsteads, bedding, blankets, napery, sewing machine, kitchen furniture and utensils, pots and pans, dresser, gas cooker, lawn mower, garden tools, filter, garden hose, garden seat. On view morning of sale. MONDAY, 21st DECEMBER. At 12 o’clock. At Rooms. Manse street. By Order of the Mortgagees. CHARMING QUARTER-ACRE FREEHOLD, UPPER YORK PLACE. 1 lovely view, sheltered, retired; close to * tram; easy walk from P.O. Park, Reynolds, limited, are instructed by the Mortgagees to soil by auction, Section 1, Block XI., Dunedin, containing quarter-acre, 66ft frontage to York place, and back and sido lines of section adjoin Town Belt. This is a remarkably good site, and the salvaged portion of the House still standing upon the land could he utilised to advantage, as it ia sound, and, with repair, could be made serviceable for many years to come. This property is for genuine sale, ami we urge anyone desiring a town house to inspect. For further particulars apply to Messrs CALVERT AND BRUGH, Solicitors, Dowling strfi-t; Or THE AUCTIONEERS. SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY, No. 7- Grey street, Musselburgh (Off Queen’s Drive, 2 minutes from ear). FINE MODERN, WELL-BUILT SIXROOMED RESIDENCE and STABLING, To be Sold bv Auction MONDAY, 14th DECEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock, At Land Sale Room), 213 Princes street. Instructed by J. D MLcan, Esq., who is leaving Dunedin for tho North. j JOHN GEFRIN AND CO. will sell hy auction, Modern 6-roonicd Residence, complete, with i bay windows, portico, nice w;do hall, largo I rooms, beautifully decorated with self-colored j papers, handsomely stencilled; tile hearths and grates, hit st pas tunings, bathroom, aoullerv, hot and cold water, pantries and linen 'press, drained to icwer, washhouse, fowlbouso, fowl run, stable, trap shed, largo open shed (eminently suitable for motor -arage, carriage, expresses, or cans). " As Mr M'Lein is leaving Dunedin immediately after tho sale, he is determined to sell, regardless of ccd. Hurry and inspect. HfiU go a bargain. No better built house in the neighborhood. We will finance any buyer. TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, At 12.30 o’clock. j At Rooms, 204 Princes street. WAREHOUSEMEN AND MANUFACTURERS. 10CUR.R AND CO. liav» received instruc- | RJ tions from Messrs J. Hordern and | Saw to sell bv auction as above, j ' PART ALLOTMENTS 2 and 3, BLOCK 111., Township of South Dunedin, containing an area of 1 rood 18.8 poles, together with the substantial BRICK BUILDING thereon. The Section is one of the beet in the south end of the City, being just short of a of an acre, and has a frontage of 100 ft to King Edward street, by a depth therefrom of 153 ft. The situation hj all that could bo desired, being on the main thoroughfare to St. Hilda, with the electric tram service passing the property, and within three minutes’ walk of Cargill’s _ Comer. _ Tho Building is exceptionally substantial, having only been buiit tome- three years, and la well suited for the requirements of a tradesman currying heavy stocks or a manufacturer. Messrs Hordern and Sons having retired from business, the property is for bom fide sole. We invito inspection of anyone in search of good freehold ipremiees. SCURIi AND CO., Auctioneers. FRIDAY, 18th DECEMBER, At 12.30. At Rooms, Princes street. CHOICE BUNGALOW VILLA. • ■ No. 1® Outieu street. South Dunedin. FOIL i-ACRE, CLOSE Id SECTION. Model Bungalow, 4 large rooms; bath, hot. and cold, gas. bookcases, sideboard, latest appointments; drained to sower. Suitable expressman; good trap entrance. .4 m KARRIS AND 00, • Auctioneers.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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