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FOR SALE.' (Continued from Page 2.) T"iOR SALE, cheap, Cab and small Covered ia. Brake, tarrying 16.—Apply Martin and I Co., Parnell. TCTO'R SALE, pure bred White Leghorn I -*- Cockrels, cheap.—A. Adaniß, Arthur-gt. j West, Onehunga. "LM)R SALE, cheap, 3 Spring Sulkies, seat lA. a, almost new.—Apply E. Brown, Windermere, Cllftou-rd., Ponsonby. SALE, oft Bow Front Sideboard, !A. beavlly carved; shaped mirrors, no rubI blsh.—F. J. Hales, No. 32, Wyndham-st. 159 FOR SALE, Grahamtown, Whangarel rallway exclusion, 124 Acres, near wharf. £12 acre.—'Cooke and Buddie, 76, Victoria Arcade. im "plow SALE, Lathe, Ota centre, screwcut- -*- ting, back gear, and gap bed, chuirtts and tools complete, £25.—Apply Lathe, 222, Star Office. 139 T"*VO'R SAL&, Brown-st.„ 4 Rooms, bath 7 a- scullery, good order; 40 x lot); nice garden. £403; terms.—Cooke and Buddie, 76, Victoria Arcade. 101 OR SALE, cheap, Shop Fronts, Sash" Frames, aud Door Frames; also 2 Window Sashes about 10ft x 9ft.—Apply Lamb and Smith, Karangahape-rd. FOR SALE.—lncubators, brooders, ther--1 mometcrs, Ice-chest, clothes-boxes, ladders, steps, barrows, etc.—J. C. Pelhdm, manufacturer, Albert-street. 116 TC>OR SALE, Remuera, New House, 6 large A- rooms, every convenience, beautifully -nlshed; 85 x 130. £850; terms.—Cooke and Buddie, 76, Victoria. Arcade. 101 SALE, liouse, 8 rooms, Church-st., -»- Ponsonby; gas, water; Orion; copper, oath; drained; repainted.—Apply 254, Jer-vols-rd. (opposite trum barn). tSSS SALE, Strong Tax Cart, Beat 4, £16; A. B.F. Gig. seat 3, £13 10/; Boy's Pony, £6 10/,- Strong Hack, £7; Saddle aud Bridie, £2.— Motley's, Durham-st. W. 140 OR SALE, iltemuera, harbour view, good A. House, G rooms; section 174 x 13—; room for two more houses. £050; terms.—Cooke and Buddie, 76, Victoria Arcade. 101 "POR SALE, Boardlnghouse, rent 10/ a- week, bargain; Fish Supper Rooms; Dining and Tea Rooms, all sores Businesses; also, Furms, Houses; Rooms to Let; Money to Lend.-Webber, 3, Coombes' Arcade. 184 SALE, Oliver Visible Typewriter, A- perfect order, and guarantee.; must be sold on Monday; owner leaving colony. No reasonable offer refused. Really a bargain.—Apply Oliver Co., U7, City Chambers 132 FOIt SA.LE, In Grey Lynn, a Good Small Joinery Business, suitable for a good man with small capital and knowledffe of machinery; plenty work. Terms could be arranged If required.—For particulars apply lo E. Cleal, Surrey-crescent, Grey Lynn. fj*t 6 £ § I Li B. SINGER 7-DRAWBR DROPHEAD SEWING MACHINE, complete, and In perfect order. On view this evening. A Real Bargain.—J. Wilson, 5, Market Entrance. l'-7 LNUK MALE, or To Let, fr<"_ 19th April, A. 4-roomed Cottage, utmost new; designed by lady for own use; tiled hearth aud grnte; large bay window; gplendld outlook; gas stove; bath; fixed In tubs and nil conveniences; 3mlns to tram. Price, -390; or 12/ rent.—Reply S.M., 244, Star Offlce, 18? QUEEN-ST. —Three Rooms to let, very suitable for Dressmaker or milliner.— Drought and Payne, His Majesty's Arcade. 72 ARCH HILL—6 Rooms. Mt. Eden—6 Rooms. Ellerslie— 6 Rooms. Epsom— 7: Furnished 6 Rooms,—Colsou, 31, Short-land-st. 181 POKA OR OFFER.—SO Acres, House, ~6 ~wO«JV rooms, Furniture, as going concern, nenr station. —Drought and Payne, Ills Majesty's Arcade. 75 ,<?1 AKA—EPSOM—6} Acres oi Good Loud, two road frontages; oinlns from tra-is. Ileal bargain.—App.y J. Moffat nnd Co., 13, Exchunge-lane. 51 PQ A A-RESIDENCE of 7 rooms, all ow""/vJU conveniences, flrst-elaßs timber; level allotment 40 _ 120. With two allotments, £1100.— Beamish, 40, Marine Parado, Ponsonby. 102 E~LLS F 5 R D (Near Station). 80 ACRES GOOD IMPROVED LAND; Nice 6-roumed Cottage and outbuildings; all fenced and subdivided; water and main road frontages. Would make excellent fruit farm. This district is great for fruft, and Is being sought after now the rail Is passing uortli. Photo to view. Easy terms. LESTER AND CO., 28. ShortUhd-St. M 203 MOUNT EDEN—£6Bo—New. Well-fin-ished House, 6 rooms; bathroom, porcelain bath aud hand basin; nickel taps; steel ceilings; excellent situation; section, 50 by 180. HARROP AND MEDLEY, 18, Shortlaud-street. jE?O9K CASH—Cheapest Cottage of six 3-0-_*J rooms, lv Devonport; an 8 per ceut investment.—For address, Bllllngtou unci Drummond, Freeman's Bay. 179 TO LET. TO LET, 3-roomed House, no children.— Apply No.. 90, Welllugton-st. 178 *"|"*U LET, Upstairs Hoom. —Apply Allen A- Anderson, Engraver, 47, Albert-st. 180 mo LET, In Queen-st., opposite King -L Court, 8-roomcd liouse.—Apply No. 1, litt-st. Buildings. 173 r*f\o LET, corner Domlnlnn-road nnd Eden J- Terrace, Lock-up Shop, 12/O.—W. Speeding,. Karangahape-road. mo LET, cheap, a very nice Property at a. Takapuun, with option of purchase; low figure.—A. F. Chamberlln, Takapuna. ISI TO LET (Monday week). In Grufton-road, Superior S-roomed liouse, recently erected; hut water, p.w.c.—Address N.D., 249, Star Office. 166 0 LET, fine S-roomed Residence, Tnkapuna, facing road and beach; bathhouse, stable; splendidly situated. —T, Prosser, Devonport. 177 a' 10 LET, Part of House"a"t~Mt.~Edeii, 2 frout rooms with use of furnished dlvIng room, bathroom, washhouse, kitchen, etc., S/.—Address Eden, 246, Star Offlce. 102 TO LET, Large Double-fronted Shop, best position lv Karangahape-rd.—Apply J. R. Self, Clothier, Queeu-st. ___> I7IURNISUKD House to Letj for 12 • mouths, best part Epsom, 6 rooms; nil conveniences; buggy shed; large section; rent 35/ per week.—Apply 100, Vlctotin Arcade. 103 "PREMIER TJ-UILDINGS, CORNER OF QUEEN-ST. AND DURHAMST. EAST. A FEW OFFICES, either singly or en suite, to Let In this Fine New Building. Electric Elevator and all modern conveniences. —Apply to J. McOULLOUGH, Ou the Premises. ' ■ '-" "..'"■'■ ■■- IN BANKRUPTCY. T'N BANKRUPTCY.—In the District Court A of Waikato and Thames, holdeu at Thames. —Notice Is hereby given that EDWARD JAMES MILNE'S, of Thames, Tailor, was this _ny adjudged bankrupt; and I hereby summon a meeting of Creditors to be holden at my Offlce on MONDAY, the 29th day of March, 1900, at 2.30 p.m.— E. GERARD, Official Asslguee. Auckland, 19th March, 1909. PUBLIC NOTICES. GADD'S STORES FOR BACON, BUTTER AND CHEESE. OPENS TO-NIGHT. 145 PERA — TlbUSE~3,~".S\in. Aft. ImpovTant Address: How to Upset tbe Recent Llcen.-ilng roil!— All Voters lu.lt d. Evening: •■ Tlie Great Marathon." 104 HOWEY WALKER SAVES YOUR TEETH. P EltiA HOUSE~-3, Sun. Aft. Fr-port-ant Address: How to Upset the Iteceut Licensing Poll:—All Voters Invitid. Evening: I " The Great Marathon." 104 TO HARD-WORKED WOMEN. We only ask you to give One Bottle of WILWORSH a trial, and prove to yourselves no rubbing or soaking required. Washing «wu 3d. » "' "~ i

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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