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'■' Auctions oa_ti—_ed on pap 6. " ■" ■piRIDAY. 9 !.,-;. < :■■:..■■ AT 2 P.M. SHARP. , .- !,S3AMUEL..TrAILE _ g.ONS-. | INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will Sell by Public' Auction at their Land 1 Sale Rooms, 87, ' Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer!.;. , _ ' Under- -Instructions,-from, tne ExecutoTs~"in | the Estate of James Webber, deceased, ABSOLUTELY iXXTITHOUT, TVESERVE " »QUEEN'S PARADE. r CORNER 0F ANNE-ST., DEVONPORT. LARGE TWO-STOREY i. BALCONY DWELLING, KNOWN AS CAM-BRIDGE-HOUSE, containing 10 rooms; I bathroom, callfont, gasf'water, washhouse, copper; p.w.c.; shed, etc. —AND,_ : 43ft sin to .Queen's Parade, by 08ft 6in to Anne-st. Only one minute- from Wharf. Splendid view of harbour and shipping, which cannot be built out., ' ..... The Executors have decided to wind np this Estate, and the Property will be A BSOLUTELY gOLD TO THE JTIGHEST -DIDDER. * "T7IRIDAY, A PRIL O AT 2 P.M. SHARP. IgAMUED TTAILE & gONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will Sell by Auction at their .Land Sale ■Rooms, 87, Queen_t. (per Ward Baker, • Auctioneer), TD_J.__NH_.A_, -piOTURESQUE SUBURBAN PROPERTY Containing 27y_ A CRBS » and being Lot 'No. 6 and part Lot No. 7 of the Eskdale Estate. 10 acres are undulating land in good grass; the balance is very handsome mixed bush, with some l SPLENDID SPECIMENS OF KAURI TREES. Permanent streams, with waterfall. The land is all fenced, An IDEAL SITE for a Suburban Home. PRETTY VIEW. RAPIDLY IMPROVING LOCALITY. A Property such as this is seldom sold by auction. T7IRIDAY, A PRIL rt AT 2 P.M. SHARP. QJAMUEL TTAILE & CJONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Instructed by the executor In the Estate of JOHN SWALES (Deceased), Will Sell by Auction, at their Land Sate Rooms. 87, Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer), LOT No. 1— TJEDWOOD rriERRACE, pONSONBY. SIX-ROOMED VILLA pantry, bathroom, gas, water, range; washhouse, copper, tubs; large cellar; land, 38ft by 80ft. LOT No. 2— TVEDWOOD fpERBACE, ADJOINING ABOVE, Corner of Melford-st. SIX-ROOMED VILLA, of similar construction and same conveniences. Together with FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE. 3 fires, gas, water, etc., with allotment 100 ft to Dedwood-terrace and SOft to Melford-st. The Two Houses comprising Lot No. 2 will be sold in One Lot. To be sold in one lot. NOTE.—These Properties are only a few yards from the Three Lamps, and MUST BE SOLD. TfVRIDAY. APRIL 1f» gAMUEL -\7AILE _ gONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will sell by auction, at their Land Sale Rooms, S7, Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer), ryiTHOUT "DESERVE. gUNNYBANK 36 "MAGNIFICENT gITES, AT TITOUNT T£DEN. THESE • CHOICE ALLOTMENTS all face the sun and are RICH VOLCANIC SOIL (free of stone), fronting a well-formed road; handy to Mount Edeu trams. Land Transfer Title. ;; We would, call particular attention to the TJNIQUE AND TITAGNIFICEXT ■yiEws. Which are ENTIRELY DIFFERENT from any view 6to be obtained elsewhere The TERMS ARE REMARKABLY EASY and will be as follows for any Lot: ' £10 CASH « 4? 10 IN THREE MONTHS, £10 IN SIX MOXTHS - And the Balance in Three Years at the VERY LOW RATE OF A l/ PER CENT. -72 KINDLY NOTE — THE FIRST FEW LOTS WILL BE SOLD yyiTHOBT "DESERVE. LITHOGRAPH PLANS READY EARLY NEXT WEEK. gAMUEL -yAILE & gONS, PRELIMINARY rVTOTICE. TTTAIKATO Q.RAZING T?UN. MASON'S ESTATE. TpRLDAY, A PRiIL QO gAMUEL TTAILE AND QONS, INCORPORATING WARD BAKER, Will Sell by Auction at their Land Sale Rooms, 87, Queen-st. (per Ward Baker, Auctioneer!, IN DECEASED ESTATE. 1961 -pREEHOLD, AND 750 __ CKES ]_ EASEHOI ' D ' OF Q. O O D T A N D, Being ALLOTMENT No. 4F, MAUNGATAUTARI, between Kihiklhl and Cambridge, Walkato. , ~, -_Fi___, A IWE ' 2,1909~ AT 12 NOON SHARP. -gELMONT-TERitACE, rr DOOMS. M R * j. r p^ [OKNES ■Will Sell by Auction at'the Land Sale Rooms, 83, Queen-st., T->_M>UE_A — BELIMONT-TERRACB — J-* House, 7 room*, and bathroom; Orion range, with copper; iron roof; verandah and balcony, from which splendid views are obtained. Allot. 50ft by 12Sft, In gardenvolcanic soil; all fenced.'-L.T.-Title. ' Full particulars and cards to view of Auctioneer. J rpHORNES; S3, QUEEN-ST. A—atioj—t continued on jpa_;o 6-

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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