AUCTIONS. • THURSDAY, 17th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the 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 TABIiE. SADDLEBAGS COUCH. INLAID MUSIC CANTERBURY. B AND G. OVERMANTEL. l LEX. HARRIS AND CO. l. have received instructions to sell by unction, ~,.._,., 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, tapostry carpet, linoleum, duchesso chests, double Stag bedstead, wire mattress, shakedown, flock mattresses, chenille curtains, platform rocker, kitchen fender, washstands, kitchen tables, colonial sofa, kitchen chairs, crockery, wringer, stpps, lawn mower, carpet sweeper, garden tools, etc., etc. FRIDAY. 18th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. BOOTS. BOOTS. 300 PAIRS MENS, WOMEN'S. AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES. i LEX. HARRIS AND CO., Auctioneers. SATURDAY, 19th DECEMBER, At 1 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. To Photographers. Amateur Photographers, and others. CLEARING SALE OF XARGE STOCK OF CAMERAS, PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL. AND ACCESSORIES, CHEMICALS. Full-plate, i-platc, and i-p!ate Cameras, Mounts, Magic Lanterns anil Slides, Et-c. " ' LEX. HARRIS AND CO. will sell as above. plate cameras (complete), 5 half-plate k3 (Underwood, Butchers, Bileliff. Thornton, nnd 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 i-plato to full-plate, Teleplioto i-plate, etc., NOTE SALE SATURDAY, 1 O'CLOCK. ' THURSDAY. 17th DECEMBER, At 1.30 o'clock sharp. MONSTER PALE BY AUCTION. On account of Country Storekeeper, who is giving up business and is realising on stock. GENTS* BOOTS (I'.OSTOCK 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. _ r AMES SAMSON AND CO. tl have been favored with instructions from a country storekeeper (who is giving up business) to sell by auction, at their rooms. Dowling street, the wholo of his stock, it eluding—--70 pairs men's first-class boots (in black and tan), 30 pairs ladies' boots and shoes, Edits' braces, gents' tailor-cut suits in fash- ' ionuble greys and striiped tweeds, gents' trousers, blankets, quilts, heavy towels, good lace curtains, serviettes and table linen, superior p.p. ware, pickle cruet, fancy jam and butter dishes, e.p. tea service, fancy sugar and cream in stand, silver-back mirrors, gents' watches and 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 shoes being all the latest shapes and makes. The jewellery and draperv are also of a superior class. NO RESERVE. FRIDAY, 18th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. SALE BY AUCTION. IN ROOMS, BOWLING STREET. VERY QUAINT OAK BEDROOM SUITE (* PIECES), FUMED OAK MIRRORDOOR WARDROBE. HARMONIUM (first-class instrument), HIGH-BACK OAK DINING CHAIRS ,IN MOQUETTE, ANTIQUE COPPER KERB AND IKONS, Etc., Etc. AMES SAMSON AND CO. „ have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Dowling street, a large catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including— HEAVY AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE, table, kerbs and irons, fenders and brasses. HANDSOME OAK SIDEBOARD (MIRROR BACK, RECESS FRONT), tea sets, cutlery, e.p. ware, carved pot stands, flower bowls, ornaments, upright grand piano, pictures, SEAGRASS CHAIRS, leather chairs and couches, occasional tables and chairs, Jubilee chairs, seagrass couches, HIGH-BACK OAK DINING CHAIRS IN MDQUETTE, linoleums, hearthrugs, v.p. table covers, curtains, poles, and fittings, HARMONIUM, hall stands, HEAVY AXMINSTER HALL RUNNER, passage linoleums, QUAINT CARVED HALL TABLES, hall chairs, slip, mats, OAK BEDROOM SUITE (4 PIECES), wood beds, double iron beds, single iron beds, wire mattresses, kapok mattresses, flock mattresses, SHELL WARE, washstands. wardrobes, CHILD'S DROPSIDE COTS, cot mattresses, bedding, clocks, kitchen tables, chairs, dressers, cooking utensils, etc., etc. THURSDAY, 17th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premised, No. 18 Coughtrey street, St. Clair. Instructed by Mrs Kingston (who Is giving up housekeeping). SURPLUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. \ Fine Little Lot of Desirable Furniture for Absolute UNRESERVED SALE OARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, I. will sell bv auction, as above, WALNUT PIANO (Renardi), HEAVY AXMINSTER -CARPETS, Handsome inlaid walnut revolving card tnble. walnut drawing room settee, occasional chain and tables, divan easy chair, pictures, wall mirrors, r.p. mirror hall stand, mahogany chiffonier, e.p. ware, glassware, china and crockery, bronzo fire screen, walnut mirror overmantel, walnut extension dining tab!©, books, pair bronze.-, BUFFALO LEATHER SUITE (Dining Room), Heavy • bedstead, bedroom furniture, linoleum, toilet chests and ware, double, single bedsteads, bedding, blankets, liapery. sewing machine, kitchen furniture and utensils, pots and pans, dresser, gas looker, lawu mower, "^"'t' ll tools, filter, garden hose, garden seat. On view morning of sale. GOOD HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. THURSDAY, 17th DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock sharp. At Auction Rooms, 213 Princes street. Instructed by Miss M. Staunton (who is giving up housekeeping). UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE. DRAWING ROOM. DINING ROOM, BEDROOM FURNITURE. Removed to Rooms for convenience. WALNUT riANO (Grainger and Co., London), KAURI MIRROR-BAOK SIDEBOARD, HANDSOME OAK OVERMANTEL, MOQUETCE VELVET DINING SUITE, SUPERIOR BLANKETS AND NAPERY, CROCKERY WARE, CRYSTAL, ORNAMENTS. JOHN GEERIN AND CO. will sell by auction, Good Household Furniture, to include— Moquette velve| suite, oak overman'el, walnut piano (Grainger and Co.), piano stool, inlaid whatnots, Japanese vases, brass fenders, fire brasses, flower bowls, oil paintings, pair valuable etchings, casament curtains, occasional tables, dinner and tea senrk»s, cutlery, electroplate, oil-painted mirrors, rattan lounge, crystal ware, dining table, highback chairs, wicker easy chairs, rattan chairs, carpet runner, leather chairs, 'lower door wardrobe, duchesse chests, washstauds, toilet ware, brass-mounted iron bedsteads (3ft) good wire mattresses, kip.k mattiesses, toilet chests, passage Uuol&um, to ict cabinet, kitchen tables and cliaus, kitchen utensils, crockery ware, iron flower stand, cocoa matting, pair eteps, B BtANKETS AND NAPERY. Now Open for Insp3c:ion. No reserve. No reserve. As Miss Staunton is definitely giving up housekeeping, every article will be sold to th<» highest* bjdder. ' • The Furniture and Furnishings, having only beea recently purchased, are m splendid
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