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FOR BALE. ""□""OR SALE, Small 'Bus, carry 15 passen- •*- gers.—Apply F. Crabb, Cab Stand, ■Devon porL- 67 SALE,-New Styles In 2-and 4-wheeled' a. Vehicles; excellent value;— Cousins and -onslhs, Ltd., Coachbullders, Lorue-st. "EtOR SALE, lovely English Piano, cost ■*- OOgs; price 27gs. Terms may be arranged.—Apply Tuesday, No. 12, Victoria Buildin_s. ii TjtOß SAL 3-, New and Second-hand YeA- hides of every description, at Lowest Prices.—D. Flynn and Co., Coachbullders, EUiott-st. TjvOß SALE, prlrately, FIREPROOF A- SAFES, In all sizes, by best English makers. —Lonls Lewis, Auctioneer, VlctOrlast. East. M 307 Tj*IOR Immediate Sale, nice 6-roomed Villa. A- donble section, Mt. Eden: 2 large bay windows; all conveniences. £750. —A. Crawford, City Chambers. 1""*rOR SALE, fast comfortable Cruising Launch, _sft x 6; 0 h.p. Zealandla. engine; In splendid order; trlul given.—Reply Launch, 210, Stfrr Office. ii 4 T"-*OR 'SALE, Tar, Sand, and Shell. Lowest A- estimate given ttor work done by experienced men; good -work guaranteed.— Ring up P. Bryant, 679, 113S, 18S0. "J""*OR SALE, cheap, a Brand New No. 7 A Golden Harvest Cream Separator; capacity, eoOlbs milk per hour.—For further particulars, apply to Geo. C. Best and Son, Queen-st. Wharf. 10 Jp O R BALE. Coal, Firewood, Tar, Sand. Shells, Scoria, Draining Pipes, Lime. Cement, Bricks, Chaff, Oats, Bran. "Hay, Straw, Potatoes, Onions.—At John *W. Andrew (late Gladding nnd Hunter). Eden Terrace. Telephone ISS3- M 456 "POE SALE, MT. EDEN. 6-ROOMED HOUSE, and all conveniences; section.'so by 132, free from stone; yard and paths tarred and sanded. Price, £455. £300 can remain at _ per cent. Apply to— MR. LA"SVSON. Butcher, Mt. Eden-rd. FOR SALE. GOODWILL OF LEASE AND FITTINGS OF DOUBLE-FRONTED SHOP AND FIVE LIVING ROOMS, best part of Newton; lease over four years to run; with or wit_tout stock. Suit draper. Owner retiring through 111-health. No agents.—Address Commerce, Newton Post Office. FRUIT FARM—22 Acres, 17 In choice fruit, large vinery, tomato house, netting £600 per annum. Flue Homestead. Handy to town, school, etc. A beautiful property; one-third In full bearing. Price, £5200. £1800 cash. —Particulars apply C. R. WILSON, Property Salesman, Hastings. M 429 ■pOR SALE OR LEASE, In Northern Township, STORE AND BOARDINGHOUSE Very old connection; Stock, about £250. Apply L. D. NATHAN AND CO., DTD. L A N D - L A s D - L A s u - "OIVERSDALE Tj*JSTAT*E. THREE MILES ABOVE HUNUA FALLS. ARARIMU. Having come into my hands, 1512 ACRES, all ploughable laud, will be SOLD IN* FARMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. TERMS. 1 shall not refuse any Reasonable Offer for the whole, as I intend to sell at some price.—For particulars, apply A. SANFOKD, Customs-st. CHRISTIE, NEW SYSTEM FINANCIAL AGENT. Working Men—Why Pay Rent? Buy or Build. X? KA DEPOSIT—S Rooms, bath, scullery, oWOV nenr Reservoir, Grey Lynn. £326. This is choice and cheap. The terms should suit. Call and get a card to see It. O Kft DEPOSIT—6 Rooms, in Grey Lynn. 3m/O\J i Q splendid order. Only wuntlng seeing. Price £000. npTA DEPOSIT—9 Rooms, £550, Id sec dw-H/tion, near Symonds-st. r? KA .DEPOSIT—O Rooms, King Edward*"V St, Mt Rosklll. £580. These are all bargains, and will be sold to the first who Inspects. Be sure to get In first. CHRISTIE'S NEW SYSTEM, 79. QUEEN-ST. MOVING TO COLWILL'S BUILDINGS, SWANSON-ST., NEXT WEEK. M 74 Tj**AST AND X7*AST. MT. EDEN.—In a most choice position for a Home; Omln. from Id section; 3min. from railway station, modern House, 8 rooms, all conveniences; section-, 80ft frontage; fruit and vegetable garden; fernery. Terms to suit purchaser at a price of £750. REMUERA —A lovely spot, near Ladles' College.—New House, 6 rooms; h. and c.; gas; tiled hearths, etc.; large rooms; washhouse, copper, tubs; a very superior property; sectlou, 06ft frontage; and owner only asks £900, and will arrange terms of purchase. ■pAST AND "CUST. SHOUTLAND-ST., Opp. G.P.O. M-IS OPECIAL -DARGAIN. £565 7 OXLY - £565 -EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY. EDENDALE-ROAD, MOUNT EDEN. I have a choice up-to-date new Residence (just built) of 5 large rooms, bathroom, two bay windows, two verandahs, hot and cold water service, copper and tubs. Splendid level volcanic section, 06 x 198. Close to school and church, and within 3 minutes of cars. This Is a property rarely placed on the market at such a remarkably low price, and can be strongly recommended as a wellbuilt and up-to-date residence. This property must be sold. Further particulars from /-< EO. O AVERS, LAND AGENT AND AUCTIONEER, DURHAM-STREET EAST. ' M 303 i p|ROFITABLE TNVESTMENTS. -M-ORTHCOTE AND TJIRKENHEAD. r? __(__, —NEW HOUSE, 5 rooms, convenlowOD_» enccs. Sheds nnd outbuildings, with 8 acres good Laud; easterly aspect; all fencer in, grass and native bnsh; close to ochool. and church; 2J miles from wharf. P ftAft — Substantially Built 6-roomed, _£/OUV verandah House, conveniences; plenty room underneath over 2 acres good Land; splendid lot lemon trees, good return, vegetables, flowers and native bush. 3umlus. from wharf. n Q9*»— Exceptionally well finished RealowO_t) dence, 6 large rooms, conveniences up-to-date; grand views. Large section, 100 feet frontage, runs to sea beach; beautifully laid out In lawn, flowers, fruit trees, etc.; boathouse, boats, etc.; 3 —tins, frpm wharf. n-JAA CASH—A REAL GOOD SPEC, wAvFvJ on proposed Takapuna-Blrkenhead tram line —40 Acres Good Land, unimproved; frontage to two roads; partly fenced. Splendidly adapted for vine growing or orchard. 2J miles from wharf. £700. TTENDBRSON. jp X AA—A Model nnd up-to-date Poultry ow«J►_*_» Farm, verandah House, 3 rooms, bathroom and scullery, barn 20 x 30. Brick brooder house, 18 x 38 (cost £130 to build), brick incubator, 1000 egg capacity, fowlhouses, etc. 4} acres level Land, L.1.P., in grass and vegetables. Trice Includes horse, buggy, harness (cost £60), 1 cow, 2 ton hay, plough, farm implements, toolß, 150 fowls, and household furniture; 5 minutes from station. We must sell. pnOM TIADFIELD AND QONS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, 65, Queen-street, (below Smeeton'sl. -*- M 155 I • 1

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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