Default

.. FOB SAUSf •— -tl c , T to β-in. Screw-cutting Lathes; |108 gAL E « pSAKiHSG -DESXDENCB ASK :V T . TAKE mAEAPtrSA. . ITHE PEOPEBTT OF MR. W. J. GEDDIS, . • • is removinai to Nanier., VtCBSTANTIALLY BUILT DWSLLISG jS HOUSE, ot iiiffht Kooms, Bath-room. %■ Gas and Water laid on. Jtiot water ser--1 riS. Drawins-room aad Dining-room, eacU affc Iff I(ift - Verandah eight ieeL wide on tiree sides ot the house. ; prcpertr is Detween three and four .eres extendins from the main road \o 'the bea«ui, and Is beautiiully nfviiiouj, flower gax-den, Kitchen garden, and MildocK. Paths asphalted and surface tile drained. The is all thoroughly spade rreflcHed, and planted with Choice Varieties d Bulbs, Flowering Plants and Shrubs. The Tramway now In course of constructioa passee the front gate, and will bring tie Property withing 2a mlrmteß ol Qneen- . tueet. Thin Is a Most Desirable and Charmingly Situated Home, in a warm situation, -with a jjortheriy aspect, and will well repay inspec. ■tan. > T M ANDENO JACKSON Land Agent end Auctioneer, CUSTOMS-STREET. M4BS ~~r\ xtirkcaldy ajs t d (j. M.. \j HOBSON BUILDINGS, FOS.T-ST. (Gronud Floor.) Established 1899. OK(\ CASH — Nice Cottage, 4 rooms SiOU and scullery, p.w.c, level Sec--1 tion; good locality; close to the cars and railway station; price only £2SO; suit a ■worker. Ip CnK — PONSONBY — WATER SIDE. ■" g/UlO —Sound 7-roomed House; iarg-e dining room, sitting room, 4 bedrooms; fittings for gas stove; bathroom; -washlouse; p.w.c; latest drainage system; level section, 50 s 150; about lniin from beach md 3mins from 2d cars. Terras. 121 ' QrjK — DEVONPORT — CASH for .»••-»" thoroughly TjP-TO-DATB RESIDEXCB o>niit heart totam), aLt large rooms; h. and c. water; patent w.c.; hall 15 i 12; bay windows; verandahs; aomed steel ceilings, beautifully finished; porr lead-lights and doors; lead-lights specially designed; large level Section; in select locality; magnificent view of harbour; balance £71S, on terms. J?nrt CASH — PONSONBY — Sound tvOl/ Cottage, 4 rooms, scullery, and vrsshhouse, p.w.c; Corner Allotment; 2 nicntes from cars; £3SO; on easy terms. 1 BARGAIN. jpr-pr DEPOSIT — Balance 17/6 per £j •*J week for good sound Cottage, 4 looms; bathroom, scullery, washhouse, filed copper and tubs; fixed cnpboards and ■ dressers; cement yard and paths; elevated pecttoE, good locality; price only £335. fi -\f T7-IRKCALDY AND /~10. iw ■"■*-'■ ■ LS - Misa riSEAT .VALUE FOB £1000. ■ A Dairy Farm, comprising 280 acres ot Eplendid quality flat and undulating land, si] fenced and subdivided, ISO acres grassed, 'stitluh mile and half from creamery; sound little nonse of 4 rooms, cowshed, etc. An cnoeniahle Bargain. C. iIGKEK AND SON, H.M. Arcafle. M 8 T>ROPERTY Tj^Oß QJALE. \Te have for Sale in Richmond-rd., a Brick Building containing twenty rooms, capacious entrance hall and corridors. There ' ere'iaitable outbuildings, and nearly an acre of tad. The building could easily be adapted for a Boarding School. Some of the rooms are very large. The Property is pleasantly and healthfully situated, conTsnient to the city. It would make a good Knrslng Home.—Apply to [" jgyWTNGTON AND T>AKER, PREMIER BUILDINGS, fOBNER OF QUEEN-ST. AND DURHAMST., . Keit above Stewart Dawson and Co. J fj\ a. ob.s ca, EDTJSE, LAND. AND ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER AND VALUER. 83, «UEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. gPECIAL -gARGAIN, pONSONBY. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Si J?^ DENCE ' 71alse and ] °fty rooms, ■vv, '^ th eTery moderi i conyeuience; hot ana cold water; patent w.c; range etc.cZ,S°i ; 06111 harbour viewi.Vhich SIL e n bniit ont; onl y bu "t 3 years, splendid ailonnent, oOft frontage by aSOtf fenced; onjy 2mln. from tram, 2a section' This property is absolutely the cheapest ' SSnTif 6111^1 '^ 1^ TIVERPOOL-ST., OLOSB KAEaSSa: * J (ELAPSE^BO} £50 Balance £1 .week—Comk pact Hou/e, 6 lwms, bath, washaonse, copper,, tuba, gas and water, etc; terel allot. Owmer leaving, must £300~ JfEAa? CITX PROPERTY, four T " large rooms and scullery, iron ■™"; sas and water; washhouse, copper, : ir 1 ® 11 w.c; level comer allotment; Good •™£? m c or speculation. (8440) ST " iIARY'S-RD.-vlrin-f""" - dah fottage, 5 rooms; bath, gas -«„ w S ter; i* o * roof;-washhonse;. copper, 'etc.; aUotment .66ft by 100 ft. =-£7REyt-RHmjßßA.—Choice Residence, ~? 6 lar Se rooms; bath gas, and ' 'to TOf? rery rt comfort ; level section? 52ft dj 200 ft, garden, hedges, etc.; lmin. of I srain.: : : 64U £3 1 0/ MNCMiN-ST., PONSONS? h , •' B^— Level Bnilding Section, nr^i 00 ft - partl y fenced. b 6406 ' £220~ <>FP - Verandah rv - * - " Cottage, 4 rooms and larga scullery; patent w.c, etc 6412 £1 Drift - "WAIiBRSEDiE, PONiSONBY— Tt*? New R esideice, 9 rooms; p., E-, path; steel and plaster ceilings- gas and and every convenience- splendid Uot ' m by 10 ° ft W* 2 ®) .£fiKft-^ x ORANiA-AVENUE, - REMUERA I rVo —New House, 5 rooms (each 18 • "? 12 ft); bath, p., s.; steel ceilings, etc.; return verandah, etc.; allot, 66 by 176 ft. (6423) .'!£ l fift—TUTANEKAI-ST-, GREY LYNN sett —Splendid Level Building Section, ,»rt frontage by 140 ft. Few yards from •aicnmond-avenue. ££P() ~ '. "*"" New House, 5 rooms; bath washnonse, copper and tubs; gas and 'water; raage; iron roof; nice entrance hall. A real -good property. 6357 •£67S~ GBBEKLANE (2mins from tram) !7' U —New House, 6 rooms; b., p., aod s.; tiled grates, steel ceilings; w.h., sopper and tubs; allot., 44 by 165 ft! 6382 (J. Q?J QUEEN-ST. M 340 TENDERS. •iT ° BUILDERS. } c lec^veA nnOl Noon of • i vuia Residence in Park-road. -* ED. BARTLEY, '"~ ' Architect SWIMMIIfG. -fc»i SWIMMING CLUB'S First ■»ooiS^ni,Sj! > *f r ' T °- n iSit, Federal Club , , «"is. Distribution of Season's Trophies. ' 57 ■ PERSONAL. ' iA?^! 1, . Waltemata Swimming Clnb's 'tSob p Annual Smoker, To-night, Federal '.-: "ttMjii J, iPistril>«tio a pf . . i . . . -j . ,*** i

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item
Bibliographic details
Word Count
907

Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

  1. New formats

    Papers Past now contains more than just newspapers. Use these links to navigate to other kinds of materials.

  2. Hierarchy

    These links will always show you how deep you are in the collection. Click them to get a broader view of the items you're currently viewing.

  3. Search

    Enter names, places, or other keywords that you're curious about here. We'll look for them in the fulltext of millions of articles.

  4. Search

    Browsed to an interesting page? Click here to search within the item you're currently viewing, or start a new search.

  5. Search facets

    Use these buttons to limit your searches to particular dates, titles, and more.

  6. View selection

    Switch between images of the original document and text transcriptions and outlines you can cut and paste.

  7. Tools

    Print, save, zoom in and more.

  8. Explore

    If you'd rather just browse through documents, click here to find titles and issues from particular dates and geographic regions.

  9. Need more help?

    The "Help" link will show you different tips for each page on the site, so click here often as you explore the site.

Working