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FOR SALE. I POE gAi E . QHARIIING -DESIDBNCE AND Q.ROUNDS, rpAKAPUNA. THE PRQPERTY OF MR. W. 3. GEDDIS. Who la removing to Naslcr. SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT DWELLING HOUSE, of Kight Kooms, hath-roons, etc., Gas und Water laid on. Hot water service. Drawing-room and Dining-room, each by 10ft. Verandah eight xeet wide on three sides of the house. The property Is between three and four acres, extendlns from the main road to the bee.:n, * nU d Is beautitully lf« 111 OUt « *" clu « u « lawn (with tea paviiionj, flower garden, «ltchen garden, aud paddock. Paths asphalced and surface tile drained. The garden is all thoroughly spaue trenched, and planted with Choice Varieties n£ a H? , F1 °w e rtßg Plants and Shrubs. Ihe Tramway now In course of construction passes the front g*te, aud will bring the Property wlthing 2a minutes o£ QjueeunJ, hl ? }*ri a Uost Des »rable and Charmingly Situated Home, in a warm situation, with a northerly aspect, and will well repay lnspeeT ]Jt£ ANDEN ° TACKSO.NLand Agent and Auctioneer, CUSTOMS-STRKET. M 483 A Gr°° D TNVESTMENT. CITY LEASEHOLD. NEAR KARAXGAHAPE-RD. P TOO — PONSONBY-RD., Corner Sec- «*■' • vv tion, 82 x 115 ft; well built Villa of T rooms; all modern conveniences; excellent position for professional man; would let at 35/ per week; or a return of i) per cent. Terms £350 cash. rruios. xp /-iahill, QUEEN-ST., opp. Fort-st. j> a. p k v r T. 20 ACRES CHOICE VOLCANIC LAND all grassed, and subdivided into 7 paddocks; small orchard; good New 8-roomed House and necessary offices. An excellent property. Price, £1050. Easy terms. C. AICKIN AND SON, H.M. Arcade. i MO THERE A.RE STTLL A FEW OF THE FREEHOLD ALLOTMENTS OF TiHE CELEBRATED WAIWBRA HOT SPRING'S ESTATE FOR SALE. They are perfectly level, and some have frontages to the beautiful sandy beach. Also—Two Well-built COTTAGES. QAn ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL CRAZING O\J\J LAXD. ON THE UPI'KK PORTION OF THE ESTATE. Greater portion cleared. Pant busii. A rare opportunity. TERMS: One-thdrd Cash, Balance on Mortgage. ■Price and full particulars at OFFICE OF WAFWERA Cα, 22, Shortl-and-st., Auckland. Full Commission allowed to Land Agents. M4OS YyiLLIAMSOX-STREET, TpPSOM (10 Minutes from Newmarket). f*4.fiO — WELL-BUILT HOUSE, 5 rooms; bathroom, "sTtiTTery, wash-house, workshop; allotment 02 x 121 ft. Terms. rpHOS. "p /CAHILL, QUEEN-STREET (OPP. FORT-STREET). M6D TLLNESS OF ' QWNER. A HEAVZ-'tHSCeUST OF AN ALREADY . LOW PRICE. A SELECT DAIRST HERD, With Implements, Utensils, etc., given in, to effect a prompt sale. The Farm offered at this sacrifice is situated on the Celebrated Babylon Flats, and comprises 128 Acres of some of the best land In New Zealand. C A ICKIN " A *D gON, H.M. ARCADE. MU -VTEW ARRIVALS and Others Wishing to ■** Secure Fruit, Pig, Poultry, Dairy, or Sheep Farms, or wishing to start business, don't pass Hastings, Hawke's Bay. It has the finest climate, best soil, and a thriving town, with 2 freezing works and large canning works.-—For particulars apply C. R. WILSON Property Salesman, Hastings. ] M 429 TT DELL AND SON, PUKEKOHE. PUKEKOHE—6O Acres, £7 10/ per acre. BUCKLAXD—I7O Acres, £12 per acre. MAUK.U—BS Acres, £ls) per acre; dwellings and outbuildings. A good dairy farm. BUCKLAND—22O Acres and good Dwelling. Price, £12 10/ per acre, We are on the spot, and can show j-on over the land. 3187 X?^Qpr —MT. EDEN—6-roomed House, all eanrenlenees, 4mins irom two car Hues; large section; magnificent views; close church and school. Will let at £1. Terms. ■POfift-"" UNION-ST.—4-roomed Cottage, d*i4J\j\J orb range, scullery, woodshed, etc.; section 25 x 80. r> OKA—SUSSEX-ST., ED-EX TERRACE dm/OOKI —Residence, 6 rooms and conveniences; section 33 x 136. £» 07K— GREAT NORTH-RD., AVONcSrfO I«J DALE—i-roomed Cottage and section 1 rood 15 perches; water laid on; splendid view. — MANUKAU-RO., EPSOM — cWO Ik> Modern β-roomed Residence, 3 fireplaces aud Iron roof; drawlugrooni 16 x 12, bay, ilied hearth, gas tire; dinlngrooni 19 x 12, reg. grate, tiled hearth, steel celldn«; kitchen 14.fi z 12.6, Orion range, hot and cold water service, all conceivable conveniences; section &4 x 131 (or house with one section £775. r> fiKO—EPSOM, GILLIES^AVENUE— dwVIUU Charming Dwelling of 7 rooms, 4 fireplaces and Iron roof; all necessary conveniences; 4 bedrooms, washhouse, fixed copper and tubs; section 66 x 1(55. WAIPITI-A.VENU.E— c *' t '' J " Snug Cottage of 4 rooms and conveniences, standing on large section 100 x 175, almost level aud well sheltered; planted with shrubs and fruit trees. f rjfjn—HOWlCK—Des'irablo Residence dmiO\)\J of (j roomSj w i t h verandah all round and conveniences; good cowshed, stable, and traphouse; 4 acres,- fVst-chiss laud. rr\AiKAPUNA—"Otakou Estate ,, — Spleudid - 1 - Sections; good views. Cheap, aud on easy terms. RBMTJBRA, close to tram and trainElevated Section, with vice view. Price from 30/ per foot. T TV/TANDENO JACKSON, AUCTIONEERS AND ESTATE AGENTS, CUSTOMS-STREET, E. i _ M 179 VERY CHEAP HOME, BEMUEEA — An almost New House of 6 rooms, with all modern conveniences; over a quarteracre of good laud. Fine view of the Lake and neighbourhood. The price reductd to £475, which is far below cost. The only diawbaek ig it Iβ i mile beyond the tram terminus. Terms, £175 cash XTAHURAVIi-ST.—House, i> rooms, all In J-J. good order; washhouse, copper, etc ; large workshop. Fine view. Wide hall and and verandah. A real good home. Only £-515. You don't often get a chance like this. 3mins. to Victoria Park. GK.E-Y-ST.— Boardinghouse of 15 rooms50ft to street. Price, £1175. Very easy terms. M3 / e gAiL - AND QO.. LAND A-XD BUSINESS AGENTS VULCAN-LANE. - ' . , M 376

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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