AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 14th. DECEMBER, At 12.15 o’clock. At Rooms, comer Liverpool and Bond streets. To Close Partnership Accounts. WHALEBOAT MOTOR LAUNCH ” LIZZIE.” 4 H.P. Union Engine. Now lying at Port Chalmers. JOHN REID AND SONS, LIMITED, Auctioneers. TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, At 12.50 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. On Account of Mr Maurice Coughlan. CHOICE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, BROAD BAY (close to jetty). A LEX. HARRIS AND CO. have received instructions to sell, a* 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 Freehold adjoining, with Furniture, complete. The properties are fronting Mam road, and overlook the wharf. TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER. At 2 o’clock. At Rooms. 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. .ETC. ENGLISH OAK PIANO (Broadwood-White), ENGLISH ORGAN (Malcolm and Co., London), / OAK MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD. BRUSSELS AND TAPESTRY CARPETS, BOOKCASE AND CHIFFONIER. SUCCESS VACUUM CLEANER. ANTIQUE OAK BEDROOM SUITE, TURNING LATHES. MANTELPIECES. IRON CATES 2-ROLLER MANGLE. WHEELBARROW. LADIES’ AND GENTS’ BICYCLES. 4 LEX. HARRIS AND CO., x\. Auctioneers. RfUiird-r. —A Lore Sale takes place TUESDAY. 15llis DECEMBER. THURSDAY, 17th DECEMBER, At 2 o’clock. .U Rooms, Princes street. O) Photographers. Amateur Photographers, and others. CLEARING SALE OF LUIGE STOCK OF CAMERAS, PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL. AND A C ’ C ESSORIES, CH EMICAL S. Full-plate, t-plate, and i-plate Cameras, Mourns Masric Lanterns and Slides, Etc. Alex. karris and co. will sell os above. 3 i-platc cameras (complete), 5 half-plate came! as (Underwood. Butchers, Bilcliff. Thornton, and Pickard), full-plate stand camera, hand and stand cameras, kodak cameras, panorama, post cards, bull's-eye, etc., albums (assorted sizes), camera cases, slides, chemicals, finders, cutting shapes, bottles, lamps, magic lanterns, lenses for Upla-to to full-plate. Telephoto I-plate, etc., etc. THURSDAY, 17th DECEMBER. At 2 o’clock. On iho Premises, No. 23 Bathgate road, South Dunedin. Instructed by Mrs Elizabeth Reeves (who is leaving for Christchurch). HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. INLAID MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, KAURI DINING TABLE. SADDLEBAGS COUCH. INLAID MUSIO CANTERBURY. B. AND G. OVERMANTEL. * LEX. HARRIS AND CO. A have received instructions to sell by auction, . . Household Furniture, including—lnlaid mirror-back sideboard, kauri dining table, saddlebags couch, goatskin rug, red pine kerb, imitation marble' timepiece, oak flower pedestal. 6 Austrian chairs, rattan and wicker chairs, bamboo tables, pictures -and photogravures, music canterbury, tapestry carpet, flinolenm, duchesse chests, double Stag bedstead, wire mattress, shakedown, flock mattresses, chenille curtains, platform rocker, kitchen femler, washstands, kitchen tables, colonial sofa, kitchen chairs, crockery, wringer, steps, lawn mower, carpet sweeper, garden tools, etc., etc. THURSDAY. 17th DECEMBER, 1914, 12 o’clock. CLEARING SALE OF HORSES, WAGGONS. TIPS, AND HARNESS. At his Homestead, Outrani. THE OTAGO FARMERS’ CO-OPERA-TIVE ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND. LTD., have received instructions from Mr James Hughes, contractor, West Taieri, to sell at auction, on above date, at his homestead, Outram, The whoie of his Contracting Plant, comprising the following: 15 draught mares and geldings 2 body waggons • 1 timber truck 7 tip-carts >i rf 15 sets harness Horse coveys, tools, etc. As Air Hughes is retiring from business, the whole of his stock and plant will be offered for bona fido laic. L. .MACLEAN, Auctioneer.
THURSDAY, 171k DECEMBER, At 1.30 o’clock sharp. MONSTER SALE BY AUCTION. On account of Country Storekeeper, it ho is giving up business and is realising on stock. CENTS’ BOOTS (ROSTOCK AND OTHER RELIABLE MAKERS). LADIES’ BOOTS, SHOES, E.P. WARE, LEATHER BAGS, GENTS' BOX TAILOR-CUT SUITS. JEWELLERY. WATCHES, CHAINS, BLANKETS, TOWELS, TABLE LINEN, ETC., FIELD GLASSES, ETC., ETC. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions from a country storekeeper (who is giving up business) to sell by auction, at their rooms. Dowling street, the whole of his stock, ii. eluding—--70 pairs men’s first-class boors (in black and tan). 30 pairs ladies’ boohs and shoes, rente’ braces, gents’ tailor-cut suits in fashionable greys and striped tweeds, gents' trousers. blankets, rpiilts, heavy towels, good lace curtains, serviettes and table linen, superior c.p, ware, vickle cruet, fancy jam and butter dishes, e.p. tea s'rvice, fancy sugar and cream in stand, silver-back mirrors, gents watches mid chains, ladies’ gold and silver watches, muff chain, brooches, bangles, necklets. superior engagement and dress rings, field glasses, 3 suit cases, leather bags, barometers, vases, etc., etc. The whole of this stock comprises clean, up-to-date goods, the boots and ehoes bein" all the latest shapes and makes. The jewellery and draperv are also of a superior class. NO RESERVE. TUESDAY. 15th DECEMBER. SALE BA” AUCTION. In Downstairs Rooms, Dowling street. At 2 o’clock. CHILD’S WOOD COT, STAINED WALNUT DUCHESS® PAIR (LONG MIRROR), WASHING MACHINE. HEAVY CARVET SQUARE. EXTENDING DINING TABLE, ETC., ETC. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, Dowling street, a large quanity of NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, including— Saddlebag suite, EXTENDING DINING TABTE. leather chairs and couches, VERY QUAINT OAK SIDEBOARD (mirror back), carved . tables, G iTVITINB SEAGRASS CHAIRS AND COUCHES, flower bowls, pot j stands, imitation marble dining room clock, curtains and fittings. CHINA CABINET, fenders and brasses, COPPER KERBS AND IRONS, pictures, ornaments, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, horsehair couch, occasional tables and chairs, crockery, glassware, cutlery. Looks, magazines. V.P. TABLE COVERS, hearthrugs, STAINED WALNUT DUtHESoB PAIR, CHILD’S WOOD COT. wardrobes (mirror door), wood beds, oak beds, CHINA SPINDLE DOUBLE IRON LED, so. beds, wire.mattresses, kapok mattresses, stretchers, shakedowns, chests of drawers, cot mattresses, warhstaneb, ware, bedding, easy ’ chdrs, HALL STAND (mirror back), carved hall tables, hall c’lMiirs, slip mats, door mats, AXMINSTER CARPET RUNNER, passage linoleums, ladies’ and gents’ cycles, WASHING MACHINE, set of tubs, bins, irons, MANGLE. meat safe, bentwood dining chairs, sewing machine, kitchen tables, kitchen chairs, cooking utensils, etc., etc. To be sold to the highest bidder. PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply ‘Star* Office, Bond streak.
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