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'■ PJfO*CASS-CTED ADVTS. i F ° * s _ -v ? c ; AVONDALE— A Dwellinghouse consist- ■«■ ing of 5 rooms, bathroom and porchverandah 3 sides; gas all through g_s stove and Orion range; wash-house fixed tubs and copper; workshop, storeroom coach-house, stable, fowlhouse and pen?- ?, i L S °,° d order antl COQ <iitlon; orchard In fnil bearing; gnraen well laid out- concrete walks; smins from railway station, 3mlns. from bus. Splendid view, overlooking \voudiile township. Corner section, 3 frontages also adjoining sections, suitable for building, 83ft frontages, depth 132 ft. Also, 2HOO ACRES . Partl *-* Improved Farm, ■ _.■_*■_"_■ Demg pnrt 0{ tft6 vvoodlauds Es- ; tate, near Tauplri, Waikato. This farm when the improvements are complete will be a splendid dairying farm, or for fiitten- ' ing bullocks, as the quality of the land , is very good. Price low aud terms excep- ) tionally easy. ' rpHJS HOTEL PROPERTY AT AVON- , a\. DALE, consisting of Splendid Large ' Brick Building and 13 Acres of Good Laud, , suitable for subdivision. j rpHE HOTEL PROPERTY AT HENDER.A. SON, consisting of Large Well-built ' House and 20 Acres of Good Land adjolnI ing. 'JOHN "DOLLARD, 1 ESTATE AGENT, _ 36, COOMBES - ARCADE, AUCKLAND. ISS FILLUEL has Vacancies for Boarders.—Westbourne, 14 _ Hobson-st., Auckland. ANTED at once. Shirt and Collar Ironer; 110 glazing; 26/ week. —IXL Laundry, Hamilton. i QWING TO OVER PRESSURE OF » WORK. I Q.ADD'S pROVISION QTORB CANNOT OPEN UNTIL MONDAY, ! 22nd inst. 1 - IVT *-• can have nice "Front Furnished Bed--5 —»—■• room, use diningroom and kitchen, . conveniences, no boarders or children.—4, Turner-st., off Upper Queen-st. 192 1 rpo LET, Large Furnished Bedroom, use I A. of diningroom and ail conveniences.— ; Apply 63, Symonds-st. 193 ; "ptOR SALE, a staunch reliable Horse, £ A perfectly quiet, been driven by a lady. Apply Tirobanga Moana, Orakel-rd., 1 Remuera. "pONSONBY LODGE, •MONDAY, 32nd Inst., 7.30. LODGE ROOM, DRUIDS' Nominations and Election of District President. 1 Children's Entertainment lv Hall, 7.30. . Free to children of Druids. Send the childj rev, and let them enjoy themselves. J. B. BBkh, Secretary.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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