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TOR SALE. X?qCA — AVONDALE — Comfortable dmitjyjyj Home, 4 rooms, scullery, washhouse, stable, etc.; half acre land; nice position. TT> /XLAY, 12, HIS MAJESTY'S • ■*->■• ARCADE. j(?KfJ DEPOSIT, balance on terms—New dm"J\J House, 5 rooms, every convenience - Kincsland-rd. £475. TT> 12, HIS MAJESTY'S • -*-»• ARCADE. X? "I AH CASH, balance 5J per cent— dif-l-VU AVONDALE—New House, six rooms, and large section. TT> 12, HIS MAJESTY'S • J-»« V- , ARCADE. M 66 /'CAMBRIDGE—Sheep and Dairy Farm, near creamery and school; 2900 acres; 1600 acres in grass, 500 acres rough feed, 600 acres bush; carry 3000 Sheep; well watered; will carry two sheep to the acre. Price £6 10/ per acre. Easy terms. THOS. F. CAHILL. QUEEN-ST., opp. Fort-st. Tl/TDRDOCH-ED., GREY LYS.N, smlne iJJ. from Ponsonby-rd.—6 Large Rooms, bathroom, washhouse, copper and fixed tubs; all in good order. Price £425; £100 cash. Let at 13/ per week. THOS. F. CAHILL, QUEEN-ST., opp. Fort-st. ST. GEORGE'S BAY-ED., FAKXBLL-A Very Desirable Freehold Property, flrstclass position; residence of 6 rooms and grounds, having a frontage to St. George's Bay-rd. of 110 ft by a depth of 210 ft; land transfer title. Price £930; terms. A good investment. THOS. F. CAHILL, QUEEN-ST., opp. Fort-st. ■P 1 80 CASH—43 Acres Kich Alluvial Flat, fenced (sheep-proof); House. 6 rooms; dairy, etc.; school J-mile, 18 miles Auckland. Will carry IS to 20 cows Price, £580.—IIIPKINS AXD MADIL.L, Excbangeliine, opp. Fort-st., Auckland. (514 a) Ml6O TT DELL AND SON, PUKE.KOHE. PUKEKOHE—GO Acres, £7 10/ per acre. BUOKLAND—I7O Acres, £12 per acre. HAUKU—BS Acres, £19 per acre; dwellings and outbuildings. A good dairy fai-m. BUCKLAXD-220 Acres and good Dwelling. Price, £12 10/ per acre. We are on the spot, and, can show you over the land, M 97 TAKE mAKAPUNA. Go and Get Pure Air at Lake Takapuna. LAND CAN NOW BE SECURED AT LOW PRICES. The New Tramway will send up Values Tlirce Hundred 'per cent. Ilaurakl-rd., neur the beach, is the Favourite Spot. SECURE A SECTION NOW. NAPIER AND SMITH, Victoria Arcade. mHE BEST PROCURABLE. -j OQ ACRES of the richest River Flat XXiO Laud, well Improved, and with a little addilional Improvement, capable of cuirylns 100 Dairy Cows; now grazing 70 head; good House and outbuildings) close to creamery and rail, and within 40 miles of Auckland. Cheap end easy terms. C. AICKIN & SON, H.M. ARCADE. iPV7 IA/ PER ACRE— W M7LE3 a- , - 1 -* J-v/ AUCKLAND—I6S Acres First-class Land, suitable for cropping 6r dairying; good House, 8 rooms, and all necessary outbuildings; li miles station, school, and creamery. This is n valuable property, and well worth Inspecting Terms. —HIPKINS AND MADILL, Exchangelane, Auckland. (480b). &1100 EPSOM, WILLIAMSON-ST. — Wellbuilt House of 0 rooms; scullery, bathroom, waehhousc, Uxed copper and tubs; Allotment 52 x 121 ft; price £460. THOS. F. CAUILL, QUEEN-ST.. opp. Fort-st PROFITABLE QRCHARD. IJ MILES FROM CITY. ContalnlnE About n ACRES, with a beautiful slope to the sun. ABOUT 6 ACRES IN FULL BEARING ORCHARD; well and windmill; shelter trees. Ideal position. Good 7roonicd House; hot and cold water, stable, etc. Everything complete to make a comfortable home. TT> |~ILAY, 12, HIS MAJESTY'S • IJ. \J ARCADE. DEVONPORT (15 minutes from wharf)— Nice House, 5 rooms; bathroom, washhouse; cement paths, etc. Nice home for young married couple. Price. £575. Terms. —HIPKINS AND MADILL, Exchange-lane, opp. Fort-st., Auckland. (363) Mleo ■QADBY, QUEENSLAND. EQUAL TO BEST OF DARLING DOWNS. A MAGNIFICENT ESTATE of 32,000 Acres River and main railway line running through the property, carrying, on natural grass, one sheep per acre; eminently suitable for subdivision. We can give reliable local reference concerning thu excellent property. Price, £2 10/ per acre cash, or £2 15/ on easy terms. C. AIOKIN AND SON, H.M. Arcade. MS -y-ALUABLE -pnOPEHTY "p ,o^ gALE. We hnve for Su!e In Rlchmond-rd., a Brick Building containing twenty rooms, capacious entrance hall and corridors. There are suitable outbuildings, and nearly an acre of land. The building could easily be adapted for a Boarding School. Some of the rooms Hie very large. The Property is pleasantly and healthfully situated, convenient to the city. It would make a good Nursing Home.—Apply to "PWIN'GTON AND TDAKER, PREMIER BUILDINGS, CORNER OF QLEEN-ST. AXD DURUAJiST., Next above Stewart Dawson and Co. TJOBERT proOD, HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, VICTORIA ARCADE BUILDINGS fcOUT-tsXHlihT ttud conveniences; wash-house cuppyr, etc.; section, -io x 132 ft i- , «'?n -tiL 'kNMORi3 — superior Brick a*U I\J House, 5 rooms and ail conveniences. £onn— AUCH HILL—4 Rooms- scullery uvv bath, wash-house, copper, tubs.' f» O(\ DEPOSIT—NEWMABKBT-6-room- *°" cd Collage. Buiance (£270) easy tjfPifl •i x ° x SOXBX-Well-built House, VU«JU o rooms; hot aud cold water, and £300"~ O^il^A 2 —House, 4 lurge cVeJVV rooms; scullery, birth ens etc • allotment. 3S x lot) ft. ' "' Pl9(\— KINGBLAND—Good House, n rooms, and all conveniencessection", -10 x 150 ft. £,1 (i 00"~ Et,SO , il ~" Su P etl °r 7-roouied o-'J-VIVVF residence; elevated positionIJ uert-s rich voJcunic luud. ' i" 1 l ' Kli A< -' ltt: —'J-'UAKAU (3 minutes c£.O«_» f,- mn st.vtiou)—lo Acres. jpof\ I'EK ACHE—TUAKAU—Farm. 100 o*4j\J acres; good 0-roonu'd House; dlvideil lino 0 paddocks, well watered 4-'lO 10/ I^l{ A( -"UE—TUAKAU—22O c-wXV J-W Acres; no buildings — GLENMUKRAY— 257 ' Acres, o-r-uuv Leasehold, 10 years to run, £4 10/ per annum; Ou ;iei-cs in grass, 80 acres uilxerl bush, balance feru nnd scrub; House, 3 roouss, nnd outbuildings. f»Q PKR ACRE—NEAR TE AWAMUTU SwO —284 Acres, 0.R.P.; rent, 1/3 per acre 4 years to run; 3 parts ring-fenced; open fern country, 20 acres flax; bounded on back by Walpa River. Easy terms. P PCnA—ELLERSLIE —7 Acres, about 4 dmi*J\J\J chains frontage; House 4 rooms. Ml«

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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