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JOB SALE. EAST AND EAST pROPEH.IT OA-LESMJSN, gHORTLAND jgT., OPP. G.P.O. FOR Q<ALE. N°- 1 ATAXTREWA, 12 ACRES—House i ±IA. rooms; close to railway station Splendid Little Poultry Farm; garden etc.; plenty water, grand for ducks. Leasehold. £20 for goodwill aud chattels for working the place. N°- 2 TT/HANGARATA, 165 ACRES (2 Mtlei W f,-om Creamery)— House. 6 rooms; cowsnedj 30 bails: good Implement shed; present stock, 45 head cows; and 12 paddocks, all ploughable and well fenced; watered by creeks. Price, £16 acre, and easy terms. N a 3 MATFIBI/D, 10 ACRES—FRUIT AND POULTRY FARM—House. 5 rooms; barn, stable, etc. The land is very superior, and good magnificent crops of fruit, apples! plums, peaches, etc.; grand vine country. age that it Is like an OASIS IX THE DESERT, and an object lesson to those who cultivate fruit, aud is for sale at the low price of £650 and terms. The improvements are worth the money. WHAXGXPE". 600" ACRES (2 Miles from Creamery and School, water frontage)— A Partly-improved Farm for Sale at £4 10/ per acre; large quantity of flax, and pood for 100 head of cattle; smell House. Owner having invested elsc-where requires a sale, but will make easy terms of payment. EAST AND EAST. SHOBTLAXD-STBET. WENZL SCHOLLUM, •P ~ MOUNT EDEN — 6-roomed ct»"—t> House, all conveniences; good garden, water and gas. Easy terms. (P.B. 48) 4MOA — PONSONBY-RL.—Stationary, o-JL-AF Tobacconist, Fancy Goods, and Owner's reason for selling, going South. (P.B. 48) O 9KAA— NEW LTXN—BS Acres, 4min. 3w— O\J\J from station—New House of 7 rooms; first-class investment. (P.B. 46) f> Q PER ACRE—LAKE TAKAPUNA, fronting two roads—Corner Section to Birkenhead-rd. SO acres. Would sell 40 acres for £400. (iP.B. 46) £-\(i PER ACRE- -MAXCEEWA, 15 w-l" miles Main TruJik Line from Auckland; li mile creamery, P. 0., store, school, aud railway station —10-roomed House, cow and coach sheds, workshops, etc.; 120 acres, all fenced and subdivided into seven paddocks; 60 acres grass; well watered. Terms. (F 409) X> QA PEB ACRE-^CAMBRIDGE—Ioj S»'OU Acres; good Investment. (P.B. 45) O/f 9 ACRES—MAKGAWARA DISTRICT, 6 miles from /Tauplri Station, two miles from school, store, and creamery—6rooined House, 3-roomed Cottage, all ring fenced and subdivided into seven paddocks. All cleared, except 8 acres; small orchard. Good timber, well drained and watered. (F 408) -C* QK—STATIONERY, MUSIC. AND 3wOi) FANCY GOODS BUSINESS, In good mining town—Shop and 6 rooms, water and gas laid on; counters, tables, furniture, new Drop Head machine. Agent for local and Auckland papers. Splendid chance for lady with email capital. -— .(8.8. 47) MAKE KNOWN YOUR,.W;ANTS. WENZL SCHOLLUM, 19-20, Royal Insurance Buildings (Next Town Clock). QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. 'Phone 1560. Telegraphic Address: "Scholium, Auckland." MSI4 G. M. KIRKCALDY AND CO-, HOBSON BUILDINGS, FORT-ST. OpTA FOR WELL BUILT COTTAGE. 4 lofty rooms: in good locality; 2 minutes from 2d section; tarred paths; p.w.c; fixed dresser. OWNER MUST SELL. PRICE, £280. (125) "pONSONBY— WATER SIDE. Sound 7-roomed House; large dinlngroom, sittingroom. 4 bedrooms; fittings for gas stove; bathroom; washhouse; p.w.c; latest drainage system; level section, 50 x 150; about lmiu from beach and ,'tmlns from 2d cars; deposit; balance at 5 per cent; immediate application necessary, as this Is a real bargain. Price, £675. 121 VTTORTII T>EADING. £50 0R £75 CASH - For WELL-BUILT thoroughly up-to-date and handsome Dwelling, just completed (built heart totara). The house is situated In most select part of Devonport, about 10 minutes from wharf, and has a magnificent view of harbour, right to entrance, 6 rooms, hot and cold water, patent w.c, dining room about 20 x 14, hall Io x 12, drawing room about 20 x 12. bay windows, verandahs, about 5 steel ceilings, beautifully domed ceilings In dining room and hall, port leadlight with name worked in. leadlights in front door specially constructed, large section, perfectly level; few minutes from beach. We do not press yon to buy. Kindly cal! for address and" inspect. Full price £SOO (Freehold). We hare inspected this property and find it is more than wa can describe. G. M. KIRKCALDY AND CO-, MULTUM IN PARVO. — THE CHEAPEST CASH SHOP IN AUCKLAND. — PRIME MEAT, the very best of Meat, to be had at T. RASTER'S, PONSONBY'S POPULAR BUTCHER. He always trys to PLEASE one and all, and as I sell strictly for cash only, families c:-.n save 30 per cent by purchasing direct from mc. All I ask is one trial, and I am certain you will return again. Quality is the strongest test of cheapness. My Motto: Cleanliness, Civility, and Attention. No connection whatever with any other firm. T. BASTEB, pASH "DUTCHER, pONSONBY-RD. Ring up Phone 1114. EDMONDS' BAKING POWDER. FOR SCONES, CAKES. PASTRY, etc., etc. PRIZE ALWAYS GOES TO EDMONDS , BAKING POWDER, MlO7 Y'OttK friends will be delighted to get a copy of the "Illustrated Guide to Auckland," obtainable at the "Star" Office aud all Stationers. Pilea %

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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