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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
FOR SALE. ' . (Continued from Page 2.) XflOR SALE, Tent, 16 x 12, with parti--L tion, complete, with poles. Bargain.— Tent, 391, Star' Office. . 11l TfOR SALE, new Beale Grand Piano. To •*- be seen at "llostravor," Russell-sL, Ponsonby.—Apply Mrs Yells, Haeremai Tea Rooms. 59 SALE, 16ft Launch fCliftou), fitted -*- with 14 h.p. Clifton motor, In flrsti class order.—Apply L. J. Cohuru, Pearl-st.. Northeote. 20 SALE, the well-known, sound, -*- thoroughly quiet fast, and stylish black Pony Dandy.—H. W. Batkin, Mt. Albert or Karangahape-rd. 8 FOR SALE, Fli'St-class Second-hand Freewheel Bicycle, excellent condition throughout, powerful brake; price, £4 17/6. —Address Palmer, 666, Star Office. SALE,-great chance, 315 Acres, 4 -*- Rooms; 10 acres orchard 40 grass, 200 tanning bark wattle; Waiknto line. f300.— Cooke and Buddie. 76, Victoria Arcade. 48 IpOR SALE, by Public Auction, at Mount Albert, on April Ist. UPRIGHT GRAND ROSEWOOD PIANO, with PIANOLA ATTACHMENT, by Allison, London, cost £120 18 months ago; also MUSIC FOR PIANOLA, valued at £20.— Full particulars from SMITH AND HALCOMBE, Auctioneers, Vlctoria-at. E. FOR SALE, new 4-roonied House all best kauri, Hlnemoa-road, Grey Lynn, containing bathroom, scullery, detached washhouse. copper and tubs; water laid on; range, with boiler, Orb; gas, four lights: bull-nosed verandah: best of drainage; beautiful section, 40 x 132; tram extension wil! pass end of street. Price, £305. Terms, f250 cash, balance as rent. .Liberal discount to t-asli buyer. No agents.—Apply on premises. io OTOIt LAUNCH for Sale, 22Jft long, 6ft beam, 3J h.p. engine; dinghy, anchor, ropes, flag, and magneto: all in good going order; trial given.—David Kay. Vulcan-lane. 55 GRANGE-RD.— 7 Rooms, all conveniences, in flrst-ciass condition; almost new: 1 minute Mt. Roskill tram; section, 50 by 200. Price, £625. A bargain.—A. Galloway, CaxI ton Chambers. Swanson-s't. 01 A GASOLINE "Gas Plant, suitable for large hall, cheap.—Academy Theatre, Waihi. TDEMUERA (near cars) —One to Four ■"> Acres, first-class position for residence. Terms, if required. THOS. F. CAHILL. QUEEN-STREET, opp. Fort-street. DEVONPORT— £420, £400—Two New sroomed Houses, every convenience; splendid rlews. Terms.—A. Aickln. Bulwer. it., Melrose, Devouport. MS2 <•-! Aft DEPOSIT, balance £395-Kemuera cJ-W district, 10 minutes' walk from Remuera station, and only four minutes from Green-lane: cheap fares.—NEW WELL BUILT HOUSE of 5 rooms, bathroom; waslihouse. copper, and tubs; rauge. etc.; drained; level volcanic section. 58 x 171 ft, dry and clear of stone. Immediate possession.—Ernest Colson, 31, Short;and-st., nearly opp.. Star Oftlre: or Great South-rd., Green-lane. 'Phone 2312. M 487 4> KKA—'MT. ALBERT—A Comfortable cwt)«J" Home, near the station, 6 rooms, ail conveniences; large section. (301) m t> / alay, 12. tus majesty s> . X. X>. \J ARCADE. M 66 PJSCULATO'R-5.—23 ACRES UNDL'LAT--ING LAND, close station. NEW LYNN; . admirably adapted for Iruitgrowiug or resi- ! dence sites. (342) T t≥ /"ILAY, 12. HIS MAJESTY'S ±. 13. \J A.RCADE. M 66 4p7»7\A—MT. ROSKILL, close car—New cwOvv Residence. 6 rooms, all conveniencps; volcanic section. 1 (274) TT) O L AY. 12, HIS MAJESTY'S ' X>» ARCA.DE. MG6 i 4} f-nA-VICTORIA-AVENUE. AIR EUEN c**O\J\J House, 6 rooms aud conveniences; ' large volcanic section; healthy position. (253) rr\ t> 12. ins majesty t> 'X . x>. KJ ARCADE. M 66 £• QfMY— AA'OXDALE —Comfortable Home 3«Ov)U House, 4 rooms, washhouse. stable, etc.; corner section, about 66 1 330. (34) TT> i-«LAY, in. HIS MAJESTY'S • x>. KJ ARCADE. M6G O AO(\ —AVONDALE—House, 5 rooms, ' ow4k-<vP bathroom, scullery, etc.; about 1 • acrn of land. (37) 1 T "R 12. HIS MAJESTY'S X. x>. ARCADE. M 66 REEN - LANE, NEAR STATION. — NEV CONCRETE RESI- ■ cwUeJU DENCE of 6 100ms. bath--1 room, scullery, pantry; all conveniences; ■ detached washhouse, copper and tubs. I Allotmeut 66 by 165 ft. £150 easa. ' THOS. F. CAHILL, Alliance Buildings, QUEEN-ST. (oppo. Fort-st.). M 69 THERE ARE -STILL A FEW OF THE KKBEHOLD ALLOTMENTS OF ME CELEBRATED WilWtllU HOT SFK.INGS ■ ESTATE KOR -SALE. They are perfectly level, and some have frontages to the beautiful sandy beach. ; Also—Two Well-built COTTAGES. ■ QfMl ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL GRAZING O\J\J LAND. ON THE Ul'fliH I'OIUION QF TiHE ESTATE. Greater portion cleared. . Part bush. A rare opportunity. TERMS: One-third Cash, Balance on Mortgage. Price and full particulars at OFFICE OF WATWERA CO.. ' ; 22, Shortlaad-st., Aucklan^. . Full Commission allowed to Laud Agent 3. il4<)e GREEN LANE. NEAR STATION—Four Allotments, maiu road frontage, 50 x . 20ft ft eacb. Price, £2 per foot. Terms, ) one-fourth cash. THOS. F. CAHILL, QUEEN-STREET, opp. Fort-street. i TLLNESS OF QWNEK. A HEAVY DISCOUNT OF AN ALREADY LOW PRICE. j A SELECT DAIKY HERD, : With Implements, Utensils, etc., given in, to effect a prompt sale. 1 The Farm offered at this sacrifice is situated on the Celebrated Babylon Flnts, and torn- ' prises Acres of some of the best land in New Zealand. '. /"-< \ICKIN AND (SON, H.M. ARCADE. M 0 PROFITABLE TNVESTMENTS. - -VTORTHCOTE AND "DIRKENHEAD. (i p-rjp' —NEW lIOUSE, 5 rooms, conventdi/000 ences. Sheds aud outbuildings, with 8 acres good Laud; easterly aspect; aiJ fencer in, grass and native bush; close to school and church; ij miles from wharf. ty flAn — Substantially Built 5-roomed, owDUu verandai House, conveniences; plenty room underneath, over 2 acres good Laud; splendid lot lemon trees, good return, vegetables, flowers and native bush. 3Umins. from wharf. X? QOPw —Exceptionally well finished Resi2w©4i«_> deuce, 6 large rooms, eonveni--3 ences up-to-date; grand views. Large sec--1 tion, 100 feet frontage, runs to sea beach; beautifully laid out in lawn, flowers, fruit trees, etc.; boathouse, boats, etc; 3 ruins, from wharf. -Pinft CASH—A REAL GOOD SPEC, , SwXUU on proposed Takapuua-Birkeuhead ! tram line—4o Acres Good Land, unimproved; frontage to two roads; partly fenced. Splendidly adapted for vine growing or r orchard. 2i miles from wharf. £700. TTENDEKSON. jr. rr (\f\ —A Model and up-to-date Poultry SwOUvJ Farm, verandah House, 3 rooms, , bathroom and scullery, barn 20 x 30. Brick brooder house, IS x 36 (.cost £150 to build), 3 I brick incubator, 1000 egg capacity, fowl- - ' houses, etc 4J acres level Land, L.1.P., in ! grass and vegetables. Price Includes horse, * buggy, harness (cost £60), 1 cow, 2 ton nay, "plough, farm implements, tools, 150 fowls, and household furniture; 5 minutes from '"_ station. We must sell. mOM TTADFIELD AND gONS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, 65, Queen-street, (below Smeeton's), MISS
Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
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