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FOR SAI_E. TpOR SALE, 5-roomed House large sec- -»• tion. Wellington; 20 million feet tlmfier. King Country.—Apply J. R. Hamilton Gre--B i ' M JOB SALE, Coal, Firewood, Tar, Sand, Shells, Scoria, Draining Pipes, Lime. Cement, Bricks, Chaff, Oats, Bran, Hay, Straw, Potatoes, Onions.—At John W. Andrew (late Gladding and Hunter). Eden Terrace. Telephone . M 456 T>_-MUERA. FOR SALE, TWO-STOREYED, NINEROOMED. UP-TO-DATE RESIDENCE, with stables, coach-house, and nearly two acres of land: situate within three mlnute3 o* trams; well-built; commands sea views. £400 cash; balance at 5 per cent. C. J. O m ' UNION BANK BLDGS., VICTORIA-ST. T TTENDERSO N, SHIPBROKER & COMMISSION AGENT,, ENDEAN'S BUILDINGS." ON SALE:— NEWCASTLE COAL OREGON TIMBER ANTI-FOULING AND ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT SCHOONER, 96 tons; £1400 STEAM TRAWLER, 180 ft; £7000 BARQUENTINE, 260 tons; £800 BARQUE, 230 tons; £600. SCOW, 132 tons; £1500. STEAMER, 61 x 12 2. 4ft 9in; 127 passengers; 3 knots STEAMER, 68 x 14 x 5; 201 passengers; 9_ knots on 16cwt coal per day; £1100 MI6G X? "TK DEPOSIT—DEVONPORT—New 6aJ I O roomed House, bath, scullery, etc., large and lofty rooms, plaster arch, plaster celling centres, mirror mantelpieces, gas Are, large washhouse, copper, fixed tubs, patent w.c; lOmlns to boat; lovely view; 2mlus to water's edge; section 50 x 150; paths, etc., all formed round house. A lovely home. £600. DAVID XT" AY. VULCAN LANE. ■**• MIS 6 —— "IDEALIZATION Q ALE OF T AND. "pAICE -pSTATE, *jY"rT. ""DOSKILL. The Trustees have decided to dispose of the Remaining Allotments in this Estate at Very Low Prices. Early application necessary. f?-,f-**i-CORNER SECTION, 5 ACRES, Si'AOV opp. Public Hall. O TO ij ACRE SECTIONS, from £20 per • acre. A VONDALE. FROM OOK EACH—J-ACRE BUILDING 3J-£"J SECTIONS. Apply Early to T TJOLLARD, COOMBES' ARCADE, tl. JD OR TT> 12, HIS MAJESTY'S . AA. \J ARCADE. M 73 AND TT AI, NEW ADDRESS: lO ryZNDHAM GTREET. 'Phone 2107. /"-".ITY—B. ROOMS, newly renovated, well y ft drained: patent w.c; bath, copper, tubs, etc.; section, 43 x 350. £1000. Terms. T^PSOM.—MANCKAU-RD., 06 x 250, with A-A frontage to two streets; 7 rooms and all conveniences. £900. Terms. -QfTOK— DEVONPORT—6 ROOMS, on °~ > ~ **** volcanic section; BSft frontage to main street; all planted with native trees and garden. _? 1 P.P.O -MT - ROSKILL, Tram Terml-a*J-*J*jyj nus—About 2 acres (with 7roomed House), facing three steets. Cash, £300, balance can remain. 4-4.1 X—GREY LYNN — Almost New House, 6 rooms; all conveniences; Drains, from reservoir. £7f)A— CITY—6 ROOMS, bath, copper, <*"" • v/V tuba, patent w.c; nice garden; harbour view; on elevated section, 40 x 106. 4>fJKA— MT. ROSKILL—7 Rooms, pauc*j\>OVJ try, bath, copper tubs; hot and cold water; steel ceilings; verandah back and front; volcanic soil, 66ft frontage. _P Qf.fi -_CITY— 13-roomed House, every _&«/Vw convenience, showing rental of £2 per week. SECTIONS— Mt. Roskill: £2 per foot, £10 cash, balance 5 per cent Mt Eden: £3 2/6,' £30 cash, balance as arranged; Green Lane, £1 10/ per foot. _P 1 OKO - PONSONBY, Near Cars— cwluuvi Nearly 1 Acre, with 8-roomed House. Cash £250, balance at 5 per cent. _P 1 flflO - CITT —"-roomed House, with wlvuU all conveniences, in main street, facing tram line, on Id section. Cash £400, balance at 5 per cent. M 220 -"""■""tOR QALE. T OVELY HOME, 7 rooms, all conveniences, li acres, laid out, fruit trees, stables, buggy house, fowl run, etc.: 10 minutes tram; owner must sell; price £900. PONSONBY — Close to water, 6 large rooms, every convenience, tennis lawn, fruit trees; l-3rd acre; price £1450. -V[*EW NORTH-RD. — House, T rooms, ■Li good Section, close tram, let £1 per week; price £700. "OENROSE — Building Sections; Cheap. A. B. S- HERALAND AND GENERAL AGENT, 12 A.TD 14, COOMBES' ARCADE. AUCKLAND. M 447 TAKE fPAKAP.Si. Go and Get Pure Air at Lake Takapuna. LAND CAN NOW BE SECURED AT LOW PRICES. The New Electric Tramway will send up Values Three Hundred-fold. Haurakl-rd., near the beach, is the Favourite Spot, SECURE A SECTION NOW. NAPIER AND SMITH. Victoria Arcade. J j£ Jam sa. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, 63. QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. "P 0 R SALE, PUKEKOHE — 30 good Farms, from 25 acres uowards. FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE. TV/TT. EDEN — Cottage, 6 rooms, large i-'-L Corner Section. For Small Dairy Farm. EPSOM — Residence, 7 rooms, J acre, choice position. For Small Farm, near Auckland. GBEEN-LANE — Villa, 6 rooms, large Allotment. For Small Farm, near Auckland. WAIKATO — 1500 acres and Dwelling, etc., unimproved. For Suburban Property. WHANGAREI — 526 acres, unimproved, For City or Suburban Propeity. TUAKAU ,-r Good Farm, 107 acres, highly improved. ■- - For City or Suburban Property. PENROSE ' — 5 acres, part volcanic. For - Farm, 50 : to 100 acres. KAUKAPAKAPA — Farm, 210 acres. For 5 to 20 acres, suitable for Fruit. GREAT BARRIER — 838 acres. House and Buildings. For City and Suburban Property. CLEVEDON — B\irm, ,179 acres, handy to creamery, good metal load. For Cfty or Suburban Property. MT. EDEN — Up-tp-date Villa, 5 rooms, Allotment 100 x 12G. For a Handy Dairy Farm. MISI O R ~"~S ~A L ET jT? OAfi—VOLCANIC CORNER SECTION 3J£\J\J iieft 31u by about 200 ft. Close to tram. A -_--s;ain. (2371) JpQAA—CITY RESIDENCE. 8 rooms, cwOUU scullery, pantry; bathroom, copper and tubs; section 66 by 100 ft; workshop. • (2122) -VrEWCOMB, HIS MAJESTY'S ARCADE. M 409

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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