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' AUCTIONS. jjmiDAY, 26 th ]Vr ABCH ' AT 2 P.M. SHARP. gJAMUEL ;y-AILE & .CJONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKfcR, Will Sell by Auction, at their Land Sale Rooms, 87, Queen-street (Ward Baker, Auctioneer), gUBURBAN TJ'ESiDENCE, "PILLERSLIE, I RESIDENCE, containing > VJ six large rooms, bathroom (new enamel ' bath), Orion range, 4 flres, and all conveni--1 ences; also, stable, coach-house, man's ■ room, wash-house, copper, new fowlhouse, [ netted run, etc., together with ' 8a 2r 17p , of Rich Volcanic Soil, with long frontages ' to Rockfield-rd. (Onehunga-rd.) and Green Park-rd. Only few yards off the Great , Sout;h-r.d f . Handy, to.the Ellerslle Station. ; The owner is leaving New Zealand and 1 the property MUST BE REALISED. -pRiDAY, 26 th ]yr ARCH, AT 2 P.M. SHARP. CJAMCEL & fiJONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will Sell at their Land Sale Rooms, 87, Queen-street (Ward Baker, Auctioneer), Q-BEY T.YNN BUILDING -ALLOTMENT, 40ft by 120 ft, practically level, and only a few yards from car terminus. Also, A RCH TTILL, BUILDING ALLOTMENT, 33ft by 117 ft 31n. ON ACCOUNT OF THE OWNER, I Also, Kfi ACRES, PARISH OF TAUPIRI (Allot. . t»V No. 202), undulating land all ploughi able, and partly fenced; 7 miles from Ohlne- . wai station, and 11 miles from Te Hoe Post , Office. ! FRIDAY, jyj-ARCH C^β AT 2 P.M. SHARP. CIAMUEL .-yAILII] & ,QONS, \ Will Sell by Auction, at their Land Sale , Rooms, 87, Queen-st., 1 P OR "REMOVAL, pOTTAGE—UPPEB LORNE-ST. (recently damaged by flre), for Removal within . 14 days. ■pRIDAY, A PRIL 2 AT 2 P.M. SHARP. gAMUEL -yAILE i QJONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Instructed by the executor In the Estate of JOHN SWALES (Deceased), Will Sell by Auction, at their Land Sale Rooms. 87, Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer), LOT No. 1— "TJEDWOOD FTIERRACE, T>ONSONBY. SIX-ROOMED VILLA, pantry, bathroom, gas, water, range; washhouse, copper, tubs; large cellar; land, SSft by SOrt. » LOT No. 2— "QEDWOOD mERRACE, ADJOINING ABOVE, Corner of Melford-st SIX-ROOMED VILLA, of similar lion and same conveniences. Also, FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE 3 fires, gaa, water, etc., with allotment 100 ft to ■ Dedwood-terrace and SOft to Melford-st. ; To be sold in one lot. NOTE.—These Properties are only a few yards from the Three Lamps, and MUST BE SOLD. PRELIMINARY "M^OTICE. APRIL -fC SiAMUEL TfAILE & QJONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will sell by auction, at their Land Sale Rooms, 87, Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer), rpilE QUNNIBANK TESTATE, jy£OUNT J^DEN. ' Consisting of ; O ACRES OF RICH VOLCANIC LAND, FREE FROM STONE, And SUBDIVIDED INTO BUILDING LOTS. THE EASIEST OF TERMS, as follows:— 4?2Q DEPOSIT. £■10 IN THKEE MONTHS. £10 IN SIX MONTHS - Balance In three years, at the low rate ° f 4:V 2 To. Plans Ready Shortly, c 7 - i- gAMUEL -T7-AILE & £<ONS, LAND AUCTIONEERS. G. B. O s MN ° D - Having received Instructions from the owners, will sell on TpRIDAY, A PRIL OND, AT 3 P.M. GOR.E-ST., between Fort and Customs streets: MAGNIFICENT WAREHOUSE SITE, having a frontage to Gore-st. of 3Sft , by a depth of 84ft 4in, being part of Lots j2l and 22. SecMon 2, City of Auckland. A . rare opportunity Is offered to secure a , Business Site so close to Queen-st. Also, pLARENCE-ST., "DONSONBY. 2 DOORS FROM CHURCH-ST., A NEAT COTTAGE of 4 rooms and offices, wnsh-house, fixed tubs, etc. Level Allotment, well drained, beiug Lot 60 of Allot. 22, Section 8, Suburbs of Auckland. A very low reserve. Farther particulars on application. ! ■ Gr B Q'SMONd, auctioneer, j . IC9, QUEE.N-ST. ' QALE OF RAILWAY LANDS. 26™ M ARCII > AT NEW PLYMOUTH. M R rEWTON 'J£ ING Will sell by auctiou, A LARGE NUMBER OF LOTS, comprising some of the best Business and Residential Sites in this progressive and piosperous town; also, numerous Cottage Properties. Plans and schedules may be obtained on application to Mr F. P. Corklll, New Ply- ' moiirti Valuer for the Department.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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