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FOB SALE. -pi 0 R Q A L "E . "DESIDENCB AND r\ ROUNDS, :A T T AXE rpAKAPUNA. yTTf: PROPERTY OF MR. W. J. GEDDIS, Who is re_aovl___ to Nasler. SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT DWELLING HOUSE, of Eight Rooms, Bath-room,. .. «tc. Gas and Water laid on. Hot water service. Drawing-room and Dining-room, each '20ft by 16ft. Verandah eight feet wide on three sides of the house. The property is between three and four ' acres, extending- from the main road y_o the beacri, and Is beautifully Jald out In croquet lawn (with tea 'jiavilionj, flower garden, eltcheu garden, and paddock. Paths asphalted and surface tile -drained. The garden Is all thoroughly spade trenched, and planted with Choice Varieties of Bulbs, Flowering Plants and Shrubs. The Tramway now ln course of construction passes the front gate, and will "bring the Property withing 23 minutes of Queen■«treet This Is a Most Desirable and Charmingly Situated Home, in a warm situation, with a xortheriy aspect, and will well repay lnspeu- ! tion. - T TVf ANDBNO JACKSON | Land Agent and Auctioneer, CUSTOMS-STREET. M 483 ~CV\L ACRES AND HOTHOUSES— Good •__*72 House. 7 rooms: scullery pantry hath. A gift at £650.—WALTER "TAYLOR 27, Shortland-st. (M 243) TJIKKENIIEAD —Cottage. 5 rooms, shed, _t> and concrete cistern, and G- acregood land; some fruit trees; 1086 ft fruntages ,2 roads; would subdivide to advantage near future; splendid spec at £555. Terms.—Apply BEALE AND CO., City Chambers M 46 "VfOCNT ALBERT — Nearly 1 acre, 132 JJ- ft frontage Mt. Albert-rd.. 264 ft deep; 2 minutes railway station; only £255; or half for £175; cheapest section available.— Apply BEALE AND CO., City Chambers , M 46 7?JBEY LYNN — Beautiful Residence,"s rooms, all conveniences; tiled hearths, grates; good papers; price £60 cash; balance as rent. — Apply BEALE AND CO., City Chambers. M 46 T\EVONPORT — Artistic New Residence, Af 7 rooms, every convenience, hall sitting room, sreel ceilings, flne papers and friezes; commands splendid view of racecourse and channel; 10 minutes wharf; easy distance Cheltenham; price only £775; £100 cash, balance easy. — Apply BEALE AND CO., City Chambers. 1146 OUNTRY STORE AND 1 ACHE FEEEHOLD —9 Rooms; stables, etc. £650. Stock In store at valuation; fai r turnover Good chance.—WALTER TAYLOR, 27, Shortland-st. (A 1243) .""fNSIDE PENNY SECTION A BARUL GAIN — __SSO — A neat Cottage of 6' rooms, every convenience; lovely views. Call at once. Terms arranged. A. W _R EAD AXD C°'' T9, QUEEN-ST. - M2S7 TAKE m A X A P U N A. SECURE THE PICK OF THE ALLOTMENTS IN. THIS FAVOURITE LOCALITY Magnificent views; gas aud water In street; close to best part of beach. Cheap prices and easy terms. lipply *T rpHORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. " • x M4Ol GBEEN-LANE, CLOSE TO STATION.— Good, alm<kt New House of 6 rooms, bathroom, scullery, washhouse: very conveniem_>°and cheap at £550: easy terms. No. 49/3 Apply to .*/ A. W. B EAD AND C°- ''" QUEEN-ST. M 287 rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I HAVE JSEW AND SECONDHAND MACHINERY , OF EVERY DESCRIPTION \ • FOR SALE. f Prices Right R. J. LAIRD, TYRONE BUILDINGS, Customs-street East. r\TOUNT ROSKILL — £100 CASH, BALOA ANCE RENT — Nice House of 6 good rooms, bathroom (califont). pantry. Scullery, washhouse, fixed copper and tubs; Section 40 1 200; good volcanic soil; cheap. No. 54/3 Apply to A. W. READ & CO., 79, QUEEN-ST. M 287 TfAST AND TfAST. MT. EDEN.—In a most chnl.-e nnsltion for a Home; smln. from Id section; 3mln. from railway station, modem House. 6 rooms, all conveniences; section, 80ft frontage; fruit and vegetable garden; fernery. Terms to suit purchaser at a price of £750. EEMUERA —A lovely spot, near Ladies' College.—New House, 6 rooms; h. and c.; gas; tiled hearths, etc.; large rooms; washhousc. copper, tubs; a very superior property; section. 66ft frontage; and owner only asks £900, and will arrange terms of purchase. ',' -pAST AND ""pAST. SHORTLAND-ST., Opp. G.P.O. M 212 /""■IREEN-LANE — A BARGAIN — Real *-*' Good House of 6 rooms, bathroom, pantry, scullery, washhousc. every modern convenience; tile grates, mirror mantels, tool house; close to cars, volcanic Soil. — Apply to Xo. 34/2 A. W. READ AND CO. M2S7 jp O R C! A L E. INDENT AND COMMISSION AGENCY i. " BUSINESS. Established Over Seven Years. Controlling Agencies of Leading English and American Manufacturers. Knb-Agents established in principal towns of Dominion. Turnover, £9000. iWILL SELL AT COST OF PRESENT STOCK, about £500. No goodwill recnlred. !_J- opportunity seldom offered to obtain an established business without large outlay. Present owner retiring. For further partlcnlars, apply "Principal," 119, Star Offlce. W. Floyd Harrop.) (Ernest S. Medley. JJARROP AND TVTEDLEY, fiOUSE, LAND. AND ESTATE AGENTS, 18. SHORTLAND-ST. frVEVONPORT— £4oO— New Cottage, five "Vy rooms, washhouse. Land, 5« x 120. J-Jose Cheltenham Beach. Tj]PSOM— New, well-built House, 6 rooms, ~; etc. Laud, 45 x 169. £720. PICHiiOND-RD., Near Ponsonby Cars— S, j*eat Home, 6 rooms, etc. Venetian aodnds; washhouse. Laud 41 x 90. £550. KEY LYNN—House, 6 rooms, etc. Section 40 x 132. Garden, fowl run, wash■">use, c and t.; asphalt paths. £525. - G* EAPTO:s 'RD.—House, 6 rooms, bath, Tr verandah back and front; gas and ? a .iS.' pat - w - c - New iron roof. Section 27 Only £500. JJONSONBY-£67o—Fine Elevated Posi_i; tion, good outlook—Superior House, 6 rooms, etc. Laud, 66 x loO; paths, fruit ■■rees; frontage two streets. &40n ""*■ i,O >«'SONBY — House. 4 good ton „ rooms, in nice order; land 40 x n't. ' lalri ont - Washhouse, c. and t. F i~; PONSo>TßY —Convenient Home t,-„ „ Close cars. House. G rooms, wash■"ouse. Well-built shed, could be used as an «tra bedroom; glass house. Land, 40 x 99; ™Pcrete oaths. MT. thr„ ouse . o rooms, bath, etc.; gas iaroughout; washhouse, coal shed. Land, ■ £502 IJS - Free from stone. All sifted. •MT. EDEN— New House, well built, 6 Elet»i ° 0ms ' B - p - s - Eine bath; basin, hart V° P "_ Steel ee«ing; verandah front, ! ■Lj-REEN LANE, REMUERA—Fine House fi-faS t2' A rooms. Hot water; superior msa. land, 4__ s 165 _ g675 _ I €7; am©

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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