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FOB SALE. pOOKE AND T> U D 01.1, i iZ, VICTORIA ARCADB, HAVE FOB SALBi- : . "pONSONBY.—Good 7-roomed Hoase, : ■*- John-st, with pantry, scullery, batU- ; room, ana washhouee; section, 50 x 100. \ fSOO. BEMUERA, Westbourne-road.—New np-to-date Villa, 6 rooms, bathroom; Venetians; califoht; detached waebhouse; section, 85 x 130. £850. ;' "DEMUERA, Hobson-place, off Victoria- ' ■*-* avenue.—New, well built House, 6 ; rooms, bathroom, washhouse; section, 174 . x 132, with two road frontages. Very cheap , at £650. 1 rj- HEY LYNN, Hinemoa-st.—House, 5 VJ looms, bathroom, washhouse, etc.; sec. • 40 x 132. £525. Terms. MT. ROSKILL.—Fine s-acre Sections; handy to tram; £150 to £200 per acre. • Only 10 per cent deposit required If purchaser builds. MT. ROSKILL.—79I Acres, with three road frontages; good substantial block. £40 an acre. REMU ERA.—Splendid Building Section, 100 x 130, In Westbourne-rd.; £4 a foot. ■VTORTHCOTE — Choice Bulldine SecJ-* tlon, Coiner Stallord-st. and Rich- . mand-avenue; about 70 x 150; £3 a foot; . close to beach. M 65 E. J. ENTR* cA N - KINGSLAND.— Dwelling, new, and 5 Sections; 2 minutes from trams; a bar- ; gain. KINGSLAND. —Dwelling, orchard, and 3 sections; 2 minutes from terminus. A chance. rj.LE.\'JIORE.-Nen- Dwelling, up-to-date conveniences; lovely situation; minute from tram. rjREY LYNN.—Choice Section. Ensy • vJ terms. IJONSONBY, overlooking harbour.—DwellJ- iug; a choice spot; cash £100; balance pONSONßY.—Workman's 5-roomed Dwell- - 1 - Ing; In first-class order; cneli, £50 de- , posit; balnnce rent. PONSONBY. —8-roomea Dwelling and large section, with lovely views of harliour; cash, £l."i 0; balance easy tonus. pONSONBY. — Gentlemaus itesldence and . J- (J rounds, with all up-to-date rouvenlpuces; cash £150; balance buildlug society terms. GREY LYNN, near Ponsonby tr.nms.--Klrst-class Dwelling, with conveuieuces; cush, £200; balance easy terms. Kor particulars apply— E. J. E- NTUICANHOUSE, LAND. AND ESTATE AGENT Fort-street. Auokl:i':il. Money to Leud ou Good Frevjold Security Tlione 21G5. MlO6 P O R g A L E. r?O If]/ PER ACRE. —Karm 214 acres; JLU/ ail in grass. .£> O PER ACRE. —Lund beside the ahovc-o-<-J some grass; SZ miles by rail froui Auckland. O^) O-IQ i'ER ACRE.-023 Acres; IS paddocku c*- , - 1 - 0 ploughable: carrying 2500 sheep, i 100 head of cnttle; one of the best farms ou the West Coast; good house, stable, wool : shel, yards; all feuced aud nrst-class order. 1730) 1 Jpl"| rEn ACRE.—2CC-nere Farm; all l v ) o«^J—L good conditior*; Ohaupo; 5 minutes from school, creamery. P.O. £UOO can re- ' main; good haud.v property. (723 i ■ 07K/ PEK ACRE.—Farm, 6SO acres, at dw • O/ I'aparoa. (720) Jplfififl -XEAT vrLLA - "■'"> i acre, ■ o*-LiJ\J\J Epsom tram 2 minutes; hign I sttuntiou; volcauic; very cheap. i72S) 1 £'Pi PKR ACRE -—466 Acres, siind 3JO 1(J/ hill couutry; ring fenced; subl divided; watered; clumps purlrl; aud near school, P.O. (724) '■ 4? 1 zt?UY~ VILLA - 8 rooms, near the , water front. Ponsonby; every possible convenience, and a real good ■ home. (723) ~ C , T f 1 ABLAND AND f~IO., LAND AGENTS, ' SHORTLAND-STREET (next Star Office) 1 M 447 ' rpUE "pXPRESS T AND A GENCY, 22, COOMBDS' ARCADE (Ist floor), QUEEN-ST. 1 'l'hone 2666. ; 4?F»fifi—MOUNT EDEN (few doors <MtJW tram). well-built 5-roomed House (2i years old); bathroom, scullery, all couveuieucoe. I'rlce includes uearly new 1 furniture. Owner leaving colony. Bargain. -P d-d.(\— MOUNT ROSKILL (near tram), <=w \lx\J new 5-roomed House; bathroom ' and all conveniences; good rooms; kltcheu. 17 x 12. .jvlth dresser, drawers, etc.; nice ; vcraudan.Y Section. 50 x 132. . £4/TK—KEMUERA, uew House 6 t c*"" •*J rooms, bathroom, scullery, washr house, copper, tubs, liven press. Section, SS x 160. Fruit trees. Worth seeing. ■ TjiARMS! Forms! Farms! Some really ■*- good ones from £110 to £17,000. -PS^fi— 45 ACRES (handy to Auckland • an( j uear stntloD). 5-roomed House; also, cottiige, outbuildings, etc., orchard; balance in grass. Price includes ' ... -piaST-CLA'SS SHEiEiP OR DAIRY FARM 1 •*• 2700 ACRES FREEHOLD. ■ -Cfi 10/ PER ACRE, Cambridge, C * ,J S - K,/ Wuikato, 10 mllee fiom station by pood road; 1600 acres In grass, 500 acres fern and rough feed. K!HI acres green bush, carrying 3008 aheep; nine miles fencing; well watered, all ploughable; , black loam soli; dwelling of 6 rooms and out- ■ buildings. When fully Improved, will carry 1 ehepp to the acre. Near creamery uu'd school. Will subdivide to suit purchasers. ' I This property is well worth inspection. j T'HOS. F. CAHILL, " I Alliance Buildings, Queen-st., opp. Fort-st. / M«0 I I — ■ i TCI O R SALE. ■\TELSON-ST., CITY — Large Level Sec--1 tlon, 60.8111 frontage by 192 ft deep. At , 1 the hnck of the property are two Coftnges, iv fiist-.lass older aud repair, bringing lv j 13/0 per week each; leaving good frontage ;jand depth for building purposes. This I property le well worth inspection, and should prova a good sound investment. ; t et. ■I ITJRITISH BUILDINGS, QUEEN-ST — l-t* Ooe front OBlce on 2ud floor, with three windows to Queen-st. Rental £1 pel 1 neck; also, 3 Smaller Offices on the same : [ floor, at 10/. ■ \ mo T ET. ' i "ORITISH BUILDINGS, DURHAM-ST - J-* Two floors, which will be altered to suit tenants. ' Apply at once, J. M. AND J. M- OWBRAY--22, SHOKTLAND-ST. LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS M2lB j, _ , ■yALUABLE pROPERTY "POU gALE. We have for Sale in Riclimond-rd., a , Brick Building containing twenty rooms, rapacious entrance hnll aud corridors. There 1 are suitable outbuildings, and nearly an acre of land. The building could easily be adapted tor a Boarding School. Some of the rooms are very large. The Property Is pleasantly and healthfully situated, cou- - venlent to the city. It would make a good Nursing Home.—Apply to jnWINGTON . AND "DAKER, PREMIER BUILDINGS, CORNER OK QUEEN-ST. AND DURHAMST., * Next above Stewart Dawson and Co. PAPAK U R A. ' ' 20 ACRES CHOICE VOLCANIC LAND I ] all grassed, and subdivided Into 7 paddockssmall orchard; good New 8-room.ed House, and necessary offices. An excellent pro-1 perty. Price, £1050. Easy terms. . I C. AICKIN AND SON, H.M. Arcade M 9

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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