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FOB BALE. SALE, 1 First-class Van, Horse, and W. Floyd Harrop). CErnest S. Medley. H ASEOP jyrEDLBY, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS* 18, SHORTLAND-ST • J)'BVON.POET—House, 4 rooms; scullery, bathroom; gas. water; wash-house; c. £365 worksllo P; tend . »> * 303; fowl runs. TYeVoXPORT—£4SO—New Cottage, 5 r^v m , s; land, 5S x 120; "li 05 ,? Cheltenham Beach. Easy terms. QRAFTON-RD.-VHouse, 6 rooms? bath, verandah back and front; gas ""'I r a o£? : p A t- , w -°- New lron roof - Section 27 i. 270. Oaly £500. Q.REY. LYNN—£6SO (£IOO cash, bal. on v - , mortgage)— New, Well-built House 5 3£t! s «"/"i£! fine &nisb] msh posltlon: "jVTT. EDEN (close cars)— House 6 rooms, •*-"- bath; verandah back and front- section 44 s 132. £550. ■jl/TT. EDEN (central position)— House, 6 -'-'J- rooms, and bath; land, 50 x 112, garden, ■pONSONBX—£SOO— (close cars)—Convenl- -•- ent Home, 6 rooms; wash-house; fine shed; glasshouse; land, 40 x 100; concrete paths. "DONSONBT (close to St Mary's Beach)— - 1 - House, 5 rooms, and bathroom' washhouse; land, 33 x 100; lovely view of harbour. £600. "pONSONBY (close to tram barn)— New -*- House, 6 rooms; bathroom, scullery, pantry; nicely finished; land, 40 x 112 £625. KINGSLAND-RD. —House, 5 rooms; bath, pantry, scullery; gas water; washhouse, workshop; fowl run; land, 55 x 128; paths tarred and sanded; stable. £4SO. M 1.49 X? fi f\f\ —EPSOM.—0 roomed House and all *"""conveniences; aUot. 66 x 114. Ternu £100 Cash, balance to be arranged. (141). AVONDALE.— Over 6 acres of Land In good orchard in full bearing. House of 11 rooms and all necessary outbuildings.— Price £1050. (140). GREY LYNN.—"WeII built House contain. Ing 5 large rooms and offices, large bathroom, pantry, washhouse, etc., wardrobes,, linen presses. Allot. 40 x 132; price £650, easy terms. (274). fT\HHEE MINUTES from Mt. Eden cars. —Well built House of 6 rooms (built 6 mos., hot and cold shower, 3 bay windows, steel ceilings, etc. Alot. 6S x 100, level and cnltivated. Price £875. (158). T\EVONPORT, 15 minutes from Wharf.— *-* Modern 8-roomed House, newly palntea. Dining-room, 20 x 13, hall 6 x 30, large wide verandah on two sides; grounds are laid out i 3 garden and lawn, volcanic soil; price £1150 (98). "pONSONBY-ROAD.—Suitable for a doc--t tor's residence, convenient and seclusive position, containing 8 rooms and offices, dining-room 22 x 14, drawing-room 13 x 21, au modern conveniences. Grounds, 86 x 190, tastefully laid out in lawns and garden, carriage entrance. Good view (159). EPSOM (close to Newmarket). — Single Storey Residence of S large rooms and all conven., hot and cold water. About J acre of land beautifully laid out. Price £1500. Terms. (133). ■PTflO — — New House of 6 c "" 1 ■ *'" rooms, bathroom, pantry, scullery, washouse. Allot. 66 x 160. (152). ONEHTJNGA.— 9 Acres with House of 9 rooms, stable, coachhouse, etc. Magnificent view of Manukau Harbour. Price £900. (71). GRAFTON. —6 roomed House and modern conveniences, stable, etc. Allot. 40 x 100. Price £650. (143). 4 ACRES OF LAND, with new House of 8 rooms, conservatory, stable, bug,gy shed situated in Epsom. £1700. (139). MT. ROSKILL.—6i acres with. 5 roomed house. Price £950. (U3). Money to Lend on Freehold Security. G. B. O s MN ° D, 159, Q UEEN S™ 3 " 1 Next to National Bask ol N.Z. TJEALIZATION QALE OF T AND. -pAICE TESTATE, ]Vf T - T?O SKILL. The Trustees have decided to dispose of the Remaining Allotments In this Estate at Very Low Prices. Early application necessary. LYNN. n-i erv-corner section, 5 acres, .&±OU opp. Public Hall. 2 TO rr ACHE SECTIONS, from .£2O per * acre. AVONDALB. FROM JPOK EACH—I-ACR.E BUILDING oJAO SECTIONS. Apply Early to JTJOIiAKD, COOMBBS' ARCADE, . JJ OR TTJ 12, HIS MAJESTY'S . SJ. \J ARCADE. MT3 A fi OOD JNVESTMENT. £380-P ONSONBY -£3BO Superior House, o rooms, all conveniences; handy to tram; allotment, 40 x 100 ft; can let at 15/ per week. DAVID KAY, VULCAN-LANE. MONEY TO LEND. MONEY to Lend. Several sums to lend on approved security.—Devore, Martin, and Pxendergast, Solicitors, Legal Chambers, Wyndham-st. D~"~O YOU WANT MONEY I —We have Large and Small Sums to Lend on Mortgage, at Very Low Rate of Interest. — Ewlngton and Baker, Estate Agents. ONEY. —You can Borrow Money on First and Second Mortgages, Shares, or other approved security from C. R. Williamson and Co., Fort-st., next G.P.O. MONEY TO LEND on Approved Freehold Securities in sums of from £50 upwards. —Apply IV. S. Cochrane, Diocesan Omce, 40, Shortland-st. MONEY TO LEND ON MORTGAGE OR FIRST-CLASS FREEHOLD SECUKITIES. W. eOLEMAN, Solicitor and Notary public, 109, Qneen-st. UNiJl' LENT on Prom. Notes, or Build. Society's Shares, on Life Ins. Policies, or on Furniture, without removal. Business strictly confidential. —"THE LOMBARD, ,, 31, Wellesley-st., opp. Public Library. KONEY TO LEND AT A MODERATE RATE OF INTEREST. Apply JACKSON A_ND RUSSELL, SOLICITORS, SHORTLAND-ST. MONEY LENT on Jewellery, Watches, Plate, Clothing, Tools, Sewing Machines, Pianos, etc. All transactions strictly confidential.—-'THE LOMJJARD," Wellesley-Bt., opp. Public Library. ONEY TO LEND on First-class Security "at Lowest Rates. — BUDDLE. BUTTON AND CO., 6, Wyndham-st., Auckland. B , v l l i o nT CHARLES WESTBROOK. All Business Strictly Confidential. Box 777, Auckland. M 424 j] GL H A D D ° w - BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, ACME CHAMBERS, 0, SWANSON-ST. (First Door on Right from Queen-st.), AUCKLAND. Advances Procured on Good Freehold Security. -RAPIER AND gMJTH, BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. jj 3_ Money to Lend on Freehold Security at Low Rates of interest. VICTORIA ARCADE, QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. ftfoNEY £~5 L END " SMALL OR LARGE SUMS. On Mortgages, Promissory Notes, Furni^ tore Bond Warrants, Jewellery, etc. Bills DißConnted at THE MONTE DE PIBTE LOAN COMPANY t LTD. L b»d X OH TiTOBTGAGE. AT CURRENT EATKB, HEBKBTH &i RICHMOND, Seliciters, eto., wrNBHAM-J3s\, AneMend.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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