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ATrCTIOKS. •paipiAY, "jy-AROH -i Q AT" 2~ CLOCK. "gpLLETVUiE "RD., Typr. TTALUABLH BUILDING SITE, 60ft » frontage' by 100 and 150 feet deep. Land-Transfer Titles All fenced. 2 Minutes! from: cars. ? ~~i ''. ? '"y_ .'Also, TM 1 ' A} JBE ! R 'P' pROiSPBCT-TEiBBACB {^OSY.COTTAGE,, of 4 rooms and conveni- >-*. ences. Sittingroom, 12 i 12, bay window, register grate; 2 bedrooms, each 13 by 12; dining-room and kitchen combined, 13 by 12; scullery, sink, and cupboards; washhouse, copper. SECTION, 2 ROODS and 15 PEROHtES. laid out ln vegetable garden, orchard, etc., asphalt paths. Leased for 5 years. Only 2 minutes from tram. '" M ANDENO j ACKSON » Acting under instructions, will Sell by _" Public Auction as above. -• are Flagged. ' TIRIDAY,' IyfAROH -JQ AT 2 O'CLOCK. "DEMUERA, "jy-AC-J^DRRAY-ROAp, TWO" "MINUTES FROM ARNEY-ROAD SHELTER SHED. ■yALDABLE TKASEHOLD. jinXTREMiELY A ITKACTiyj rvwiEH,rsG AND ABOUT i ACRB. ? OO.R'N®R SEOnON. m iyrANDENo tackson Instructed by MRS.'iHAY-OHAPMAN, will Sell-by Public Auction,.at their Rooms, Customs-*t. E., on the' above date, ONE OF THE PRETTIEST HOUSES in , Remuera (recently built and designed [by Goldsboto, and Wade, Arcliit'ects), replete with all conveniences-• and up-to-date In every respect; 4 fireplaces, tiled hearths, 12 verandahs 7ft wide, entrance hall 8 by 8, ■leading into hall-,.12 by;,l2; arawlngroom 18 ■by 18, : large sq:' bay, inglenook fireplace; -18 by.. 15, bay window; breakfastroom 12 by 11, 3 bedrooms, mald'sroom, kitchen (range), scullery, pantry, bathroom; h. and c. water service throughout; conservatory. BEAUTIFUL LEVEL VOLCANIC SECTION .of nearly" J Acre, with 198 ft frontage to Mac-Murray-rd., and about 100 ft to Dilworth-avenue. Lovely sdtuaiUoh, sunny aspeot;: at the foot of Mt. Hobson. Th« : Property is Flagged. ■ SPORTING. pAPAKURA "* "PACING fiLVB. SATURDAY Tk/TARCH 9ATH. SPECIAL TRAIN" leaves Auckland at 1.20 p.m., returning after the' last race. F. D. YONGE, Secretary. A UCKLAND mROTTING pLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. MARCH 27th, 31st, AND APRIL 3rd, 1909, Acceptances for All Events on the Firsl Day will close with tbe undersigned ou FRIDAY NEXT, the 19th inst., at 9 o'clock p.m. '.- , BOOTHS. Tenders are Invited for the Sole Right to the Publican's Booth, and will be received up to 3 o'clock on FRIDAY NEXT, the 19th lust. For conditions, apply to the Secretary. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. C. F. MARK, Secretary, PIANOS, ORGANS, Etc "DUY A piANO BiX A WELL-KNOWN MAKER. BLANKENSTEIN is the Foremost Manufacturer of the world. Cheapness ls not the only thing In a Piano—you want .Quality, too. HERE YOU HAVE BOTH. GEO. ABBOTT, Agent far BLANKENSTEIN, LTD. J» I a n q c. I have for Sale SIX PIANOS. Just landed (ex Marere), from the Manufacturers. Will be disposed of to Cash Buyers at INDENT PRICES, thereby saving them forty per cent for retailers' profits. PRICES RUN FROM £34 TO £65. Every Instrument ls guaranteed, and ls the work of the Leading Manufacturers of the World. Those same instruments in the retail would be sold from Fifty to Ninety Guineas. For inspection and further particulars, apply to— /3.E0. A BBOTT, INDENT AGENT, 27 AND 28, CITY CHAMBERS, COB. QUEEN AND VICTOBIA STS., CITY N.Z. Bepresentative for Blankensteln, Ltd. "CIOB, TMMEDIATB OALE. AT COST PRICE. 17 NEW AND SECOND-HAND OBGANS * AND HARMONIUMS. Makes by. NEEDHAM, CORNISH, etc., etc. From Kf\/ "Upwards. 4 to 16 Stops. All Instruments ln First-class Condition. 7, UPPER LIVEBPOOL-ST. 'Phone 357. ______* . : rpHE riHANCE OF A TIFETIME. 25 p iANOS » BY BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL MAKERS/ ALL OF HIGHEST REPUTE. The above goods . have been consigned to us. Owing to shortage of floor space, we are .obliged to quit consignment as soon as possible. The prices are auite 40 per cent below any pianos of the same standard offered. in - this city. - INSPECTION; INVITED. > 'p; Tj< T)ARBY, ;; DARBY-ST., AUCKLAND. M9B

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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