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*. _P' 0B S ALE « - » pHABMING -OESIDENCB AND; fi ROUNDS, • r a T T AKB rp AKAP ~ KA » jCHE PROPERTY OF MR. W. J. GEDDIB, -'„_;: \vfco la removn_ to Naaier. STTBSTANTIALLY BUILT DWELLING HOUSE, of Eight Rooms, Bath-room, -tc Gas and Water laid on. Hot water service. Drawing-room and Dining-room, each 20ft. by 16ft. Verandah eight leet wide on •tree sides of the house. The property Is between three and four seres, extending from the main road *o the bea<:n, and Is beautifully . ilia, out ill crouuer. lawn <with. tea navEion), flower garden, Kitchen garden, and f naddbefc. Paths asphalted and surface tile I' " drained. The garden is all thoroughly spade i i' trenched, and planted with Choice Varieties el Bulbs, Flowering Plants and Shrubs. The Tramway now In conrae of construction passes the front gate, and will bring j .the Property with Ing 23 minutes of Queen.,street. This is a Most Desirable and Charmingly gituated Home, in a warm situation, with a BOrtherly aspect, and will well repay inspection. '."'." m JACKSON . .Land Agent and Auctioneer, . . CUSTOMS-STREET. M4S3 •p O B S A _ E, POf\(\— VOLCANIC CORNER SECTION Z/AVU 116 ft 31n by about 200 ft, Close to nam. A (2371) nQAfV— CITY RESIDENCE, 8 rooms, &/01/U scullery, pantry, bathroom, cop'i>er and tubs; section 66 by 100 ft; workShop. (2J-2) T^TEWCOMB, , - ' HIS MAJESTY'S ARCADE. M 409 t-vETONPORT —Pretty House" « rooms; ■\J bath, wash-house, fowl-run; lovely lawns; main road frontage. Easy terms, £625. PEVONPORT —New Villa of 6 rooms, very tasteful design; a'«otment, 50ft frontage; close to water front. £560. DEVONPORT —Cottage of B rooms; large corner allotment; grand sea. yiew. Owner wants money. £330. y-t T> TT7ILLIAMSON AND /^O-' 1 HOBSON BUILDINGS, FORT-ST. ' 68 -ST ULD OO N AND XT AY, NEW ADDRESS: ■12 TK7YNDHAM QTREET. •Phone 2197. rwrz— S ROOMS, newly renovated, well i \J patent w.c; bath, copper, tabs, etc., section, 43 x 350. £1000. Terms. EPSOM-— —ANUKAU-RD.. 66 i 250, wita i. frontage to two streets; 7 rooms and all conveniences. £900. Terms. n'TOK—DEVONPORT—6 ROOMS, on SJIZiO volcanic section; SSft frontage to main street; all planted with native trees and garden. £~i KKfY~ MT - ROSKILL, Tram Termi3J±DO\J nus—About 2 acres (with 7- : roomed House), facing three steets. Cash. £300, balance can remain. : 0 A -f X—GREY LYNN — Almost New o&trJLt) House, 6 rooms; all conveniences; : onilns. from reservoir. 0-7AIV— CITY—6 ROOMS, bath, copper, oJtUU tubs, patent w.c; nice garden; harbour view; on elevated section, 40 x 166. jpCKA—MT. ROSKILL— I Rooms, pan--o*ool/ try, bath, copper tubs; hot and cold water; steel ceilings; verandah back and front; volcanic soil, 66ft frontage. jPOnft—-CITY —_u*oomed House, every ojoW convenience, showing rental of £2 per week. QBCTIONS— ML Roslall: £2 per foot, £10 R cash, balance 5 per cent. Mt. Eden: £3 2/6; £30 cashj balance as arranged; Green Lane, £1 10/ per foot, ihnK A—PONSONBY, Near Cars— oV-LIMU Nearly 1 Acre, with 8-roomed House. Cash £250, balance at 5 per cent. jp-j flAfk— CITY—"-roomed House, with. oV-LUUu all conveniences, in main street, ' facisgitrum line, on Id section. Cash £400, ■ 'tslhwe at 5 per cent. M 220 .TNSIDE PENNY SECTION A BAB--A GAIN — £550 — A neat Cottage of 6 rooms, every convenience; lovely views. Call at once. Terms arranged. A. W. E EAD AOT C- ax 79, QUEEN-ST. ' M2S7 \ TTIARRELL, X LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, ARCHITECT AND VALUER, GEOTJND FLOOR, HOBSON BUILDINGS, FORST-ST. Telephone 2614. ■ Q7/A PER FOOT—TAKAPUNA, Near O I / Useach—Splendid Level Elevated Section, 66 x 198. Trams will pass within *59 yard 3. 2d section. Terms: Half cash, -balance 5 per cent. 77 O QfiA — CLONBURN-RD., REMUERA— »OUU New, well-built House of 7 large rooms; all conveniences, bathroom, h. and c. water, p.w.c, etc.; friezes; improved grounds; w.h., copper, tubs. Large Section. Terms. S7 — WALLACE-ST., PONSONBY, near to p — House, 5 rooms, bathroom, w.h., copper, tubs, p.w.c, level section, 43 x 210. Terms. 88 I I?£Opr—GREY LYNN—Splendid investoj\)£o nient —New 6-roomed House and conveniences; hot and cold water, etc. Section 40 x 132, with two extra sections, 47 x 132. 78 NORTH-RD.—New Shop and . J Dwelling, corner Section; room to build . house on section. Cheap. 79 TJONSONBY — For Speculators — 2 Good *■■ 7 roomed Houses; price £1000. 13 f A PER FT., TAKAPUNA — Splendid Section, with beach frontage; elevated. PLANS PREPARED for intending Build- *■ ers. M123- ---| HI TT ENDERSON, - SHTPBEOKER &. COMMISSION AGENT, ENDEAN'S BUILDINGS. ON SALE:— NEWCASTLE COAL - OREGON TIMBER IaNTI-FOULLNG AND ANTI-CORBOSIVE. PAINT SCHOONER, 06 tons; —1400 STEAM TRAWLER, 130 ft; —7000 BARQUENTINE, 280 tons; £000 BARQUE, 230 tons; £600. SCOW, 132 tons; £1500. STEAMER, 01 x 12 x 4ft 9in; 127 passengers; 9 knots STEAMER, Bis x 14 x 5; 201 passengers; 9J knots on 16cwt coal per day; _1100 ~ _; M 166 JTJ.REEN-LANE — a BARGAIN — Real +Z H° u se of 6 rooms, bathroom, pantry, scullerj', washhouse, every modern convenience; tile grates, mirror mantels, tool House; close to curs, volcanic soil. — Ap-.-W to No. 34/2 A. W. READ AND CO. M2S7 REALIZATION gALE OF T AND. .pAICE "TESTATE, TyTT. "DOSKILL. - Trustees have decided to dispose of ;tbe Remaining Allotments in this Estate at very Low Prices. Early application neces--XTEW T INK. r ~ ; 4?1 KA—CORNER SECTION, 5 ACRES, —'J.UU op p PtlD i ic Hal i : O X0 n ACHE SECTIONS, from £20 per . j -._ • acre. v-. '. AVONDALE. : m 4? 9K EACH—i-ACRE BUILDING .--..-. cw_U SECTIONS. Apply Early to l ■ ,'T "DOLLARD, COOMBES' ARCADE, •' iP Ti n LAY . !2. HIS MAJESTY'S iA " •"• *~> ARCADE. M73 jyrOIJNT ROSKILL — £100 CASH, BAL- . ;p. ANCK RENT — Nice House of 6 i ' £5S roomß . bathroom (califont), pantry, I X washhouse, fixed copper and tubs; wctloa 40 x 200; good volcanic coll; cheap. '-■ .'■ , No. 54/3 Apply to A. W. READ _ CO.. ■;-.. TB, QUEEN-ST. J1287

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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