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FOR SAI.E. TpOR SALE, a Pram Go-cart; nearly new; J- cost £4; price 35/.—287, Queen-st. 94 OR SALE, at E. A. Perkins and Co.'s, To-morrow, 12.30, Two Pure-bred Skye Terrier Pups. 79 T7IOR SALE, good Building Site, 50 by •*- 145, Cricket-avenue, Mt. Roskill: handy , 2d section. Terms.—Apply W. B. Snook. Eden Terrace. 95 "POR SALE, new Cream Separator, best - 1 - make: never been used; splendid machine; owner retiring from farming.—Address Separator, 2U7. Star Office. >iC 4-M(kA— SNLU Mt. Eden Hnme.-6 Rooms all( j ev ery convenience: corner section. 66 x 100: 2 minutes from car —J. H. Millar. 20, Coombes' Arcade. 87 INciSI.ANt) TRAM TERM I NTS.— House. 5 rooms. :i-stall stable- eleVMted position: level section. Bargain through 111-health. £450. Must be <old — Urgent. 2ftS, Star Office. 91 JfT-l PEIi ACHE (to Close Estate)' — Whao«i ugniuni-lrio— An opportunity to obtain n ohenp Farm, acres of uooil land, partly improved and fenced: wattlo plantation; orchard: near station. —THOS. F. <AH ILL, Allance Buildings, Qucen-st., opno. Fort-st. JTIOR QALE. riHARMING TJESIDENCE AND riKOUXDS, \ T JjAKE mAKAPUNA. t THE PROPERTY OF MR. W. J. GEDDIS, Who is removing to Naoler. 62UBSTANTIALL1- BUILT DWELLING *-' HOUSE, of Eight Rooma, bath-room, etc., (ias and Water laid on. llot water service. Drawing-room and Dining-room, each. by lUft. Verandah eight teet wide on three sides of the house. The property is between three and four acres, extending th.c main road t0 tlj « bea.rn, a. n a is beautifully laid out In crojutt lawn (with tea pauiiou), flower garden, sitchen garden, and paddock, laths 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 in course of construction passes the front gate, and will bring the Property withlng 2a minutes of QueenE) J Ws } s ™ a Moßt Desirable and Charmingly fcituated Home, in a warm situation, with a tkm as P ect ' an <i will well repay lnspecT. ]VX AKDENO JACKSON Land Agent and Anctloneer, CUSTOMS-STREET. M4S3 "fy'iN.BMAKERS, iin- ' ' mediate Sale, several tons of ~ood Grapes, veryjiheap.— Parker, Wade. 56 A X E rj\ A X A P U N A. SECfRE THE PICK OF THE ALLOTMENTS IN THIS FAVOURITE LOCALITY Magnincent views; gas and water In street: close to best part of beach. Cheap prices and easy terms. Apply T rpHORNES, S3. QUEEN-ST "' X M4Ol TNSIDE PENNY SECTION A BAR--L GAIN -- £850 - A neat Cottaee of can «£ «^t-. Kd co __ 79. QUE.E.N-ST. M 287 -REMUERA. FOR SALE, TWO-STOREYED. NINEHOOMKII. UP-TO-DATE RESIDENCE, with stables, coach-house, and nearly two acres of land; situate within three minutes of trams; well-built; commands sea views. £400 cash; balance at 5 per cent C. J. O WEN UNION BANK BLDG-S., VICTORTA-ST. THEXDE E S ° N » SHIPBROKER & COMMISSION AGENT, ENDEAN'S BUILDINGS. ON SALE:— NEWCASTLE COAL OREGON TIMBER A.NTI-FOULING AND ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT SCHOONER, 36 tons; £1400 STEAM TRAWLER, 180 ft; £7uoo BAKQUENTINE, 2CO tons; £SW lUHKIE. 231) tons; £600. Si'OW. ]82 tons; £15(J<j. STEAMER, bl x 12 x 4ft 9in; 127 passengers; a knots STEAMER, U8 x 14 s 5; 201 passengers; 9* knots on 16cwt coal per day; £1100 MI6B CAREEN-LANE — A BARGAIN — Real ' Uood House of 6 rooms, bathroom, panvenlencc; tile grates, minor mantels, too] bouse; close to cars, volcanic soil. — Apply to No. 34/2 A. W. READ AND CO. M2S7 4?TX DEPOSIT—DEVOXPORT—New 6i°* ' *-* roomed House, bath, scullery, etc., I large and lofty rooms, plaster arch, plaster celling centres, mirror mantelpieces, gas fire, ! large waehhouse, copper, fixed tubs, patent |w.c.; lUmlns to boat; lovely view; 2mins to ; water's section 50 x 150: paths, etc., I all formed round house. A lovely home £600. DAVID XT AY, VULCAN LANE. MISB TN THE ASSIGNED "ESTATE OF JOHN -*• ELLVETT. Hol)SOD-st. - BUSINESS FOR SALIC as a gniim concern. Stock valued at about £1(X). " Cheap Rental. Doing n g'-od little turnover. offers for the stock and goodwill will be received by the undeislgned up tv TI ESDA.V. S.ivd inst., noon. Th's is an opportunity fur a small capitalist which seldom occurs. Purchaser will uol lie responsible for book debts. W. W. BRUCE, Assignee. rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I HAVE NEW AND SECONDHAND MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR SALE. Prices Right. R. J. LAIRD, TYRONE BUILDINGS, Customs-street East. MOUNT ROSKTLL — £100 CASH BALANCE RENT — Nice House of 6 good rooms, bathroom (callfont). pantry, scullery, washbousc, fixed copper and tubs; Section 4u x 2UO; good volcanic soil; cheap. Xo. 54/3 Apply to A. W. READ & CO., 79, QUEEN-ST. M 287 TO LET. rpo LET. Kinsrslaud. Huuse, 5 rooms, and -*- all conveniences; 16/. — Moore-Jones Bros., Hobson Buildings. Shnrtianc-st. 00 rpo ~L"et7 "House, 7 rooms; wash-house. J- copper, bath; gas: Exeter and Regent sts., Newton; 15/6. Apply (>S. Yictoria-st. _82 FURNISHED Houses, r> to 10 moms. I'nrnell. F.psoni, I'onsouby, Devonport from 27/«; also Shops, I'arnc-11. Newmarket, low rents. —Apply Beiile and Co.. City Chambers. "tj E VKKAL SpleudTil Hooms. suitable foT business purposes, in City Chambers and Hnll of Commerce, from 7/u' upwards.— Apply Bcalc. and Co.. City (.'hainbers. rpo BE LF.T ON COMPLETION, TWO STOREY BRICK VILL\ ON PONSONBY-ROAD. 6 Rooms and conveniences. Well finished throughout. Apply— GEORGE- RHODES, Fembank. Colllngwood-street. m o let, - 1 - HIGHLY FURNISHED RESIDENCE JERVOIS-RD., PONSONBY. Plauo and every convenience. Magnificent position; owner going to England; suit proT esslona.l ffon tleiua n. Further Particulars— GEO. SAVERS, Troperty Auctioneer 'Durhajn-stEoer Rost

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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