FOB SALE. TJI O B gAL H . -gESIDBNCE ASP Q.ROUNDS, A T Ij ab:b Takapuna. THE PROPERTY OF MR ; W. 3. GEDDIS, Who is reiaovlni to Nasler. SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT DWELLING rf „ H OUSE, of Eight Rooms, Bath-rooiu, etc.. Gas and Water laid on. Hot *ater SerZrtit' . Dr awlhg-room aud Dlning-robm, each aort. by- 10ft. Verandah eight leet wide on three sides of the house. Ihe property Is between three and four acres, extending from the main road ~?i.i 1 beo.m, and Is beautifully ~= «t out ln croanet lawn (with tea pavinoiij, flower garden, nitchen garden, and paddock. Paths asphalted and surface tile aralued. The gardeh is all thoroughly spade trenched, and planted with Choice Varieties Flowering Plants and Shrubs. ine Tramway now ln course of construction passes the front gate, and will bring tiie 1 roperty withiug 23 minutes of Queenstreet. ct? hl f l 8,? ost Desirable and Charmlnglj situated Home, in a warm situation, with aSon aß ß ect * aaa til 'n' B " laS^efo. T TV/f-A-NDENO TACKSON Land Ageiit and Auctioneer, CUSTOMS-STREET. M 483, "p*iOß SALE, 2 Shares 13th group AucKlauO J- Terminating Building Society; cheap. -Reply S, 140, Star uiflcb. 102 Tf» O H SALE" - 1 - As a Going Concern, A WELL-ESTABLISHED ILLUSTRATED WE'EKILY JGURNAL in one of the New Zealand. A sound profit-earning concern and doing a good Jobbing business as well. 'T!ne paper circulates ov6l-' a populous district. Particulars may be obtained on application to - "ReaJlsa'tlon," Box 4T4, G.P.0., Wellington. H' TAKE m A X A P U N A. SECURE THE PICK OF THE ALLOTMENTS IN THIS FAVOURITE. LOCALITY Magnificent views; gas and water in street; close to best part of beach. Cheap nHceS and easy terms-. Apply T rfIHORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. " • - 1 - M4Ol "TCJAST A?fD TpAST. MT. EDEN.—In o most choice position for a Home; Bmin. from Id section; 3mln. from railway station, modern House, B rooms, all conveniences; section, 80ft frontage; fruit and vegetable gardeu; fernery. Terms to suit purchaser at a price of £750. REMUERA— A lovely spot, near Ladles' College.—New House, (J rooms; h. and c; gas; tiled hearths, etc.; large .rooms; washhouse, -copper, tubs-; a very superior property; section, Sjßft frontage; .and owner only aßks £900, and will arrange terms of purchase. AND TTjAST. ' SrIOUTLAND-ST.. Oi>p. G.P.O. M 212 MANGERE, 11 mile from Otahuhu—s to 50* acres first-class land; extensive road froutages. To close estate, owners have reduced prices. Easy terms. Plan on property. THOS. F. CAHILL, QTJEEX-ST., opp. Fort-st. A?Ft() FOR WELL BUILT COTTAGE. v*J\J 4 lofty rooms; ln good locality; 2 minutes from 2d section; tarred paths; p.w.c; fixed dresser. O UST^^^^V' ?Mfe., i2SO. G. M. KIRKCALDY AND CO., Ilobsou Buildings, Fort-si. (125) T3ONSONBY—WATER SIDE. Sound 7-roonied House: laige dinlngroom, slttlngrooni, 4 bedrooms; attlngs for gas stove; bathroom; washhouse; p.w.c; latest di-alnage System; level section. 50 x 150; about Imln from bench and Smins from 2d ears; deposit; bdlancc at 5 per cont; immediate application necessary, as this is a real bargain. Price, £075. G. M. KIRKCALDY AND CO., Hobson Buildings, Fort-st. (121) r\ ISAFTON. Just completed up-to-dnte Residence of 7 large rooms; h. ami c. water; p.w.c; plaster ceilings; bay Window; few minutes from trains. Price, £900. Easy terms arranged. This property is of first-class build; aud will bear inspection. G. M. KIRKCALDY AND CO., Jlohsou Buildings, Fqri-st, 4-'4.fl L 'AB-H (Bal. £435)—KINGSLAND c ~'^* :, -' - —House, 5 rooms; gas, water j elevated position; hundy tram—E. COLSON; 31, Shortlnnd-st. 'Phone 2312. M 487 O A Cfl-REiiUEnA DITtRICT (hand yTo n station) —New House. 5 rooms, all conveniences; p.w.c; section." 41 x 140 ft. Immediate possession.—COLSON. 31, Shortland-st. M4S7 f? -I (IK— PARNELL (Leasehold)— House. 5 ojA'JU rmntls. all couv,: hnndv tram; good order.—E. COLSON, 31, Shortland-Ht. 'Phone 2312. M 487 T-vALBY, QUEENSLAND. EQUAL TO BEST OF DARLING DOWNS. A MAGNIFICENT ESTATE of 32,000 Acres River aud 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 this excellent property. Trice, £2 10/ per ajcre cash, or £2 15/ ou easy terms. C. AIOKIN AND SON, H.M. Arcade. M 8 -yALUABLE "pROPERTT "pOR gALE. We have for Sale in Richmohd-rd., a ' Brick Building containing twenty rooms, capacious entrance hall nnd corridors. There are suitable outbuildings, nnd nearly an acre of land. The building could easily be adapt, ed for a Boarding School. Some of the I rooms are very lat-ge. The Property Is I pleasantly and healthfully situated, convenient to the city. It would make a good I Nursing Home.—Apply to ! -p-vWINGTON AND T>AKER, PREMIER BUILDINGS, CORNER OF QUEEN-ST. AND DURHAMST., Next above Stewart Dawson and Co. T7» O R SALE. -VrELSON-ST., CITY — Large Level Sec- -> tion, 66.8 in froutnge by 192 ft deep. At the back of the property ure two Cottages, in first-class older and repairy bringing iv 13/6 per week each; leaving good frontage aiid depth for building purposes. This property is well worth inspection, and should prove a good sound investment. rpo T ET. BRITISH BUILDINGS, QUEEN-ST — One front Office 011 2nd floor, with three windows to Queen-st. Rental £1 per week; also, 3 Smaller Offices ou the same tloor, at 10/. rpo J^ET. BRITISH BUILDINGS, DURHAM-ST.— Two floors, which will be altered to suit tenants. Apply at once, J. M. AND J. M OWBBAI ' 22, SHORTLAND-ST. LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS. M2lB
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