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AUCTIONS. THURSDAY. 24th DECEMBER, ' SALE BY AUCTION, At 2 o'clock. IX DOWNSTAIRS "ROOMS, DOOWLING STREET. FINAL CLEARIXG~SALE OP THE YEAR. GLASS SHOWCASE. AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARE, , Copper Kerbs and Irons, Fenders and Brasses, Crockery. Occasional Tables and Chairs, Table Covers, Table Cloths, SUPERIOR OAK DINING ROOM SUITE, .. t UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, magnificent Instrument. KAURI SIDEBOARD. MIRROR BACK. Enamel Totetand, Birch Potsfcand, Flower Bowls, DINNER vSERVICE, Chinaware Dining Room Clocks, Vienna Chairs, Jubiiee Chairs, SEAGRASS CHAIRS and COUCHES. Curiam* and Fittings, Pictures, OrnamenU, E.P. Ware, QUAINT OAK HALL STAND. Hall Standi stained walnut color, mirror back. HEAVY CARPET RUNNER, Slip Mats. Passage Linoleums, CARVED HALL TABLES. HANDSOME PEARL SPINDLE BRASSRAIL DOUBLE IRON BED, SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUITE. Child*' Cote, OAK BED, Wood Bed, Single Iron Beds, DOCHE*SK PAIR, Washstands, SHELLWARE. Chests of Drawers, Mirrors. Stretchers, Wire Mattresses. Kapok Mattresses, Bedding, Cot Mattresses HIGH-BACK KITCHEN CHAIRS (new style), Meat Safes, Kitchen Trblcs and ' Chair*. Cooking Utensils. SEWING MACHINE, Wheelbarrow. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instruction! o sell by AUCTION, m their DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS, Dowling street. A largo catalogue of Household Furniture, etc., including the above. Tin's is a good opportunity afforded anybody who is desirous of making a useful Christmas present or is refurnishing or replenishing. These goods must he sold, to make room for a fresh, consignment, of which we have received advice, that are coming forward immediately after the.New Year. NO RESERVE. YOUR CHANCE. ON VIEW 'MORNING OF SALE. J-SHAFT GIG, IN FIRST-CLASS ORDER. MONDAY, the 18th JANUARY, 1915, At 12 o'clock noon. [ESSRS JAMES _ SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions from tlie City Council to offer for salo by public auction, at their Room 3, Dowling street, on the . above-mentioned date, the under-mentioned Corporation Building Lease, viz.: Twenty-one years* Building Lease of Allotment 1, Subdivision ot; p Section 33, Block XVII.. Dunediii. at an upset rental.of £241 10* per annum, and valuation for Buildings and Improvements £3,300. Further particulars may bo obtained on application w THE TOWN CLERK; Or THE AUCTIONEERS. Dunedin, 18th December, 191*. THURSDAY, 24th DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock, Afc Rooms, Manse street, H-il. CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT, CONFISCATED GOODS. DIVER'S GEAR, WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC RIFLE and AMMUNITION, Etc. ►ARK, REYNOLDS. LIMITED, «ro instruited by tlia Collector of Customs to sell by auction, j .WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC RIFLE, re-! Tolrer, and 1,320 cartridges. DIVER'S SHIRTS, stockings, pants, boots, knife, belt, overalls, jersey, gloves, sweater, and other diving apparel. MAGNETO for oil engine, 4 brass union screws, 9 sparking plugs for oil engine. These! goods will bo on view at time of i»le. TENDERS. BOROUGH OF ST. KILDA, TOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that the - 1 Council of tlMi Borough of St. Kilda has fixed the Dog Registration Fee for the year commencing on the first day of January, 1915, and ending on the thrrtv-first day of December, 1915, at TEN SHILLINGS for each Dog, and the Town Clerk's Office the place of Registration. Owners of Unregistered Dogs are liable to a penalty of £5 for each Dog. J. B. DICK, Town Clerk. Dated at St. Kildn this 23rd day of December, 1914. BOROUGH OF ST. KILDA. mHE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE TAKE A NOTICE that FIRE ALARMS have now been installed in the following places: Corner Of Albert street and Forbury crescent. Corner of West avenue and Forbury crescent. Cornet of Korean street and Richardson street. Corner of Calder street and Cuttcn street. Corner of Bridgmau street, uud Douglas street. Corner of Bowen street and Royal erescent. Corner of Grove street and New street. Corner of Queen's Drive uaid New street. Corner of Grove etreet and Queen's Drive. Corner of Fcrgitsou street and Royal crescent. • PROSECUTION will follow if FALSE ALARMS ARE GIVEN. THE PUBLIC ARE REQUESTED TO PROTECT THEIR OWN PROPERTY. By order of the St. Kilda Council. J. B. DICK, Town Clert. St, Kilda, 23rd December, 1914. CORPORATION NOTICES. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. XRAEWAYS TIME-TABLE, CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR. TJBLTO NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN . that the Ordinary Tramwnvs Timetable on CHRISTMAS EVE and NEW YEAR'S EVE will be EXTENDED until MIDNIGHT. On CHRISTMAS DAY the ORDINARY SERVICE will bo run, except between the Hours of 11.15 a.m. and 1.15 p.m., when Traffic will be 'Entirely Sus*ende*' C. A. LEWIX, Town Clerk. Dunedmy 21st December, 1914. MAORI HILI k,TJSI CART will call on THURSDAY TMa Week and Next. HOLIDAY RESORTS. tJBSCRIBERS CAN OBTAIN THEIR •STAR' REGULARLY on the Day of Isaue afc Stations on the NORTH and SOUTH RAILWAY LINES from the following Agents*— Furakanui , Hr G, Fletcher. Waitati —~-.~—- -~ Mx M'Leod. Evansdale Mr Johnston. Warrington • Mr J. Malcolm. Seacliff M , r B A eal - Puketeralti ...........Mr Apes Waikouaiti ~» „■■—.—.. Mr S. R. ismith. Goodwood MrDempsey. Palmerston ■ -- Mr D. Teviotdale. Brighton Henley Taieri Beach. Otokia ..—-. Berwick . Wnihol* ... Outram ..... Mosgiel ......"• .Owaka - iMaeandrewa .«. Broad Bar Mrs Coutts. - Mr E. Smith. J2Sx Knarston. . Mr Leedham. .. Mr Robinson. Mr Williamson. Mr W. C. Grant. Mr Snell. Mr Keen _ _ Mr Hinkley. Mr Duff.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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