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AUCTIONS. [WEDNESDAY, 23rd, DECEMBER, < At 2 o’clock, ' - CHRISTMAS PEESPNT*. DM. S -P" SOD I S • -will sell by auction, at bis Rooms, orii Wednesday, at 2 o’clock, cT~ Ladiea* and gents’ watches, alberta, pendS ants, ladies’ diamond and other gem ringsj silver hair brushes and hand mirrors, gents’; dressing cases, ladjes’ handbags, writing* UtTOaHlj, SMWJVU cases, purses, wallets, c.p. tea and coffee| - *•' ' -- 1 -- “ ,v 1 ■* - services, afternoon tea sets, Tfot water cansji cruets, cabinets, cutlery, fish eaten and; servers, fruit sets, timepieces, bronze pieces and ornaments, table cutlery, fancy” articles in great variety, field-glasses. " All suitable Christmas requirements. * i WEDNESDAY, 23rd DECEMBER, At 2 o’clock. At Rooms, Princes street. 5-SBATED VULCAN MOTOR CAE. 12-16 H.P.; in Running Order. . How on view. HARRIS AND ccv WEDNESDAY, 23rd DECEMBER. At 2 o’clock. At Booms, 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOFORTE (by BOBD), WALNUT SIDEBOARD (Mirror .Rack}, , Morris Arm Chair. Music Canterbury. . SUITE IN LEATHER. V ANTIQUE WOOD BEDSTEAIX Overmantels, walnut musio canterbury,. ~ rattan chairs, Austrian chairs, spring iodcer,;|| occasional tables, pictures; couches, arm end;) wicker chairs, dining table, framed mhrorvj linoleums, duchesse chests, double iron ted-| steads, wire and flock mattresses, dreeis of? drawers, mirror-door wardrobe, marble imh-j stands, bedroom ware, shakedowns, child’*' cot, gents’ bicycles, kitchen dresser, oil cooker, mantelpieces, iron gates, watches, " and sundry lines jewellery, etc. •'* A LEX. HARRIS AND oO.£ J: SL have been instructed to sell by auo* tion, at their Rooms, as above. THURSDAY, E4th DECEMBER, SALE BY AUCTION, At 2 o’clock. IN DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, DOOWLTNG vi STREET. FINAL CLEARING SALE OP THE YEAR.' GLASS SHOWCASE, AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE, Copper Kerbs and Irons, Fenders and" 1 . Brasses, Crockery, Occasional Tables ;, and Chairs, Table Covers, TableCloths, 3 SUPERIOR OAK DINING (ROOM;. SUITE, . .1 UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, magnificent-i instrument, - , KAURI SIDEBOARD. .MERROE BACK, ! Enamel Potstand. Birch Potetand, Flowers Bowls, DINNER SERVICE, China-1 ware. Dining Room Clocks, Vier.noil Chairs, Jubilee Chairs, SBAGBA6S j CHAIRS and COUCHES, Curtains | and Fittings, Pictures, E.P. Ware, QUAINT OAK HALL STAND, , * Hal! Stand, stained walnut color, mirror back, * , HEAVY CARPET RUNNER, Slip Mats, ; Passage Linoleums. CARVED HALL TABLES, „ HANDSOME PEARL SPINDI® BRASS- ; RAIL DOUBLE IRON BED, SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUITE. - Childs’ Cots, OAK BED, Wood Bed,, Single Iron Beds, DUCHESSE PAIR, Wafhstauds, SHELL WARE, Chests of Drawers, Mi*’| rors Stretchers, Wire Maitreasea., Kapok Mattresses, Bedding, Cot Mat* i rej -es. ‘ [ ,j, HIGH-BACK KITCHEN CHAIRS {new style), Meat Safes, Kitchen Tables and Chairs. Cooking Utensils, SEWING % MACHINE, Wheelbarrow. >3l JAMES SAMSON AND -00. have been favored with instruction* n sell by AUCTION, in their DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, Dowling street, A large catalogue of Household* Furniture, :tc., including the above. 't This is a good opportunity afforded anybody who is desirous of making a useful Christmas present or is refurnishing or re-, plenishing. These goods must be sold to make room for a fresh consignment, of which we have received advice, that arc coming forward immediately after the New Year, j, *4 NO RESERVE. YOUR CHANCE. ON VIEW MORNING OF SALE. Also, 3-shaft Gig, in first-class order. EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. A PPLIOATIONS, accompanied 'by Certift* A cates and Testimonials, will be received up till THURSDAY, 21st January next, for the following VACANCIES Ontra.ni.—Head Master. Salary, £2OO- - Glenomaru. —Head Master. Salary, £2OO- - Glenomaru.—Mistress. Salary, £l2O- - Coal Creek —Solo 'Teacher (male). Salary, £2OO-£250. Dunrobin .—Sole Teacher (male or female). Salary, £l4O-£l9O. Te Houka.—Sole Teacher fmalo or female). Salary, £l4O-£IBO. Forbury.—6tlf Assistant (female). Bah ary. £ISO-£IBO. Pnraknnui. —Mistress. Salary, £l2O- - ' Tokaraht.—Mistress. Salary, £l2O-£I4O. Kelso.—Mistress. Salary, £l2O-£l4O. Romahapa.—Mistress. Salary, £l2O- - Oanmru Middle. —4th Assistant (female). Salary, £llO-£l2O. Teaneraki.—2nd Assistant (female). Salary, £IIO-£l2O. Otepopo.—2nd Assistant (female). Salary, £llO-£l2O. Luggate.—Sole Teacher (male or female). Salary. £llO-£l4O. Nevis. —Sole Teacher (male or female). Salary, £llO-£l4O. Otckura.—Sole Teacher (male or female). Salary, £llO-2140. Balclutha D.H.—3rd Assistant, Secondary Department (male).—Salary, £l5O- - ’onus of application may be obtained at ; Office on and after 11th JANUARY, S. M. PARK, Secretary. ducaiion Office, 19th'December, 1914. CORPORATION NOTICES. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. fUSB REMOVAL DURING HOLIDAYS. ‘ ÜBLTC NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN during the Christmas and New that Holidays the usual service for the Beal of Refuse will be maintained with exception of that in ROSLYN WARD, re the Refuse usually removed on Friday be collected on the preceding day ireday) in each week. ' G. A, LEWIN, Town Clark. unedin, 17th December, 1814, ANDERSON’S BAY DISTRICT. REFUSE REMOVAL DURING HOLIDAYS, JBLTC NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that during the Chrtetiftta gnd New j e Holidays the usual vraSdy service < removing refuse on Friday morning* be collected on the PItSOEDING INING (THURSDAY) in «Adh week, G, B. PEARCE, Town Oleik. TENDERS. CENTRAL BATTERY: 6AERI6ON ARTILLERY DEPOT. PLUMBING, ETC., CONTRACT. nrVENDERS for the above will be received X at this Office up till noon of TUESDAY, 29th December, 1914. Specification*, et*., - may be seen at this Office. (He lowest or;,• ' any tender need not necessarily be.acoeptod.', J. McENNK, ‘ . District Engineer., Public Works Office, Dunedin, 21st December, 1614. . WASTE PAPER. TASTE PAPER FDR Lgia to Suit Pnrdmws. V H SAIA ffiTABl OmCR 1

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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