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FOB SALE. AC* OOD TNVESTMBNT. £380-P ONSONBT^£3BO Superior House, 5 rooms, all conveniences: bandy to tram; allotment, 40 s 100 ft; can let at 15/ per week. ' DAVIS KAY, VULCAN-LANE. TAKE npAKAPONA. SECURE THE PICK OF THE ALLOTMENTS IN THIS FAVOURITE LOCALITY Magnificent views; gas and water In street; close to beat part of beach. Cheap prices and easy terms. Apply T rpHORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. ■tl> J- auo7 <■* 1 HO DEPOSIT, balance £395—Hemuera *J-«w district, 10 minutes' walU from Remuera station, and only four minutes from Greeu-lane; cheap fares.—NEW WELL BUILT . HOUSE of 5 rooms, bathroom; washhouse, copper, and tubs; range, etc.; drained; level volcanic eectlon, 58 x 171 ft, dry and clear of stone. Immediate possession.—Erne3t Colson, 31, Shbrtlacd-st., nearly opp. Star Office; or Great South-rd., 1 Green-lane. 'Phone 2312. M 487 FRUIT FARM—22 Acres, 17 In choice frolt, large vinery, tomato house, netting £600 per annum. Fine Homestead. ' Handy to town, school, etc. A beautiful property; one-tblrd In full bearing. Price, £5200. £1800 cash.—Particulars apply C. R. WILSON, Property Salesman, Hastings. _J M 429 "PJAST AND TPAST. MT. EDEN.—In a most choice position for a Homu; Smln. from Id sco- - tlon; Smln. from railway station, mof dern House, 6 rooms, all conveniences; section, 80ft frontage; fruit and vegetable garden; fernery. Terms to suit purchaser fit a price of £750. , "DEMUERA—A lovely spot, near Ladles' -I"" College.— New House, 6 rooms: h. ami c c.; gas; tiled hearths, etc.; largo rooms; washhouse, copper, tubs; a very superior property; section 66ft frontage; and owner only asks £900, and will arrange terms of • purchase. > AND TfJAST. , SHORTLAND-ST., Opp. G.P.O. M 212 pHEAP J 'AND, A VONDALE. 2 ABOUT X ACRES—£2OO—In grass and partly 3 «-> fenced. f' ACRES— £200—In ;;rass and partly «•» fenced. Q3/ ACRES—£IS0 —la grass and partly i O/4 fenced. OR/ ACRE'S—£lso—in grass and partly O/4 fenced. ' K3/ ACRES—£26S—In grass, and speei- | «-* /4 ally adapted for fruit-growing, joi/ ACRES— £175— In grass. iQI/£. ACRES—£3so—Cottage on this sec- *> /2 tlon. The owner of the a'nove land has decided to realise, and has fixed the prices at a 5 low figure to ensure Immediate sales. T R ESTATE AGENT, 12, HIS MAJESTY'S ARCADE. M 66 '" "pARMS AT "DIRKENHEAD. '• £25.PER. ACRE— ii ACRES—Pick of the fj district; good sea view. 0 £350—5J ACRE.S AJS'D 4-ROOMED COTTAGE; 10,000 strawberry plants; over 100 fruit trees, bearing; long frontage l ; to main road. 1 £565 — NICE PROPERTY of 8 acres; i, House of 5 rooms, designed by arculi. tect; 3 paddocks, fenced, 100 fruit trees; has beautifully sheltered elope, especially suited for outdoor vines. J"tr TTAYMAN, LAND AGENT, • rj ' J-L 23, CITY CHAMBERB. ; 11153 t ' £1050 £1050 £1050 • EXCEPTIONAL CHANCE. pONSONBY. r (Two Minutes From Cars.) CHOICE RESIDENCE of 6 large and lofty rooms (3 bay windows), bath, pantry, scullery, copper, tubs, linen press and dressers, hot and cold water service, tiled heartihs and grates; beautifully finished and deoorated- throughout, and replete with every i modern requisite. Built of the best of tim- £ her, and under supervision of eminent arehl- , tect. Section about } acre, more or less, • laid out In lawn, kitchen garden and n I orohard. Carriage drive. ''! X?7CX—E.MPIBE-RD., EPSO.V—Lovely ,Idw I (JO Suburban Residence of 6 rooms *• I(S box wlnaowsV feathrooTn, 2 verandahs. a tiled hearths and grates, hot and cold water; splendid position, being situated on hill, and having magnificent view of haribour; grand volcanic section, S3 x 200, prac--1 tically level and free from stone. J For further particulars apply r\ EO. QS AVERS, PROPERTY AUCTIONEER, DURHAM-STREET EAST. MSOS ■P zLQ^ — MT - EX —6-roomed House, all ]°x*t7«-> conveniences, 4mins from two '.'car Hues; large section; magnificent views; close church and school. \\'lH let at £1. Terms. 4?O^JA— UNION-ST.—4-roomcd Cottage, , i om/o\J\.f orb range, scullery, woodshed, 1 i etc.; section -Jo x SO. •" J4? qprft—sussex-st., ed-en terrace '• c7Wt)«JU —Residence, 6 rooms and cou- • rveule.ne.es; section 33 x 136. ' !4? Q7?C— GREAT NORTH-RD., AVO.NV wOll) DALE—4-roomed Cottage and, ! section 1 rood 15 perches; water laid on; ;. splendid view. t — MANUKAU-RD.. EPSOM — y,°"* Moderu 6-roonied Residence, 3 " ; ' fireplaces and iron roof; drawingrooni 16 x U2, bay, tiled hearth, gas nre; diniugroom 19 x 12. reg. grate, tiled hearth, steel celling; kltcheu 14.U x 12.6, Orion range, hot t aud cold water service, all conceivable con--jvenlences; section 04 x 131 tor house with 1 i one section jt'77s. -P fiSft-ErSOM, GILLIES-A VENUE— I «Ui)U Charniiug Dwelling of 7 rooms, -{4 fireplaces aud irou roof; all necessary j conveniences; 4 bedrooms, washhouse, lived .. copper and tubs; section 66 x 165. " ' jQ K'>A—EPSOM, WAIPITI-AVENUE— i Snug CoWage of 4 rooms aud j conveniences, standing on large section ? 109 i 175, almost level and well sheltered; I J I planted with ehr;il>s aud fruit trees. I -P KAf|—HOWICK— Desirable Residence " I ojOUU O f c rooms, with verandah all ■ round and conveniences; good cowshed, h sta.ble, and traphouse; 4 acres tirst-class ~j»and. _ I mAKAPUXA- "Otakou Estate'—Splendid -*• Sections; good views. Cheap, aud on : ! easy terms. d TJEMUERA, close to train and train XV Elevated Section, with nice view. Price • from 50/ per foot. 8 ■ ■.'! • 3 i T ATANDENO JACKSON, j AUCTIONEERS AND ESTATE AGENTS, . CUSTOMS-STREET, E. M 179 JLLNESS OF QWNEa. A HEAVY DISCOUNT OF AN ALREADY - LOW PRICE, o . ' A SELECT DAIRY HERD. s With Implements, Utensils, etc., given in g to effect a prompt sale. ' c The Farm offered at this sacrifice is situatea ■• on the Celebrated Babylon Flats, and com '■ pi-lees 128 Acres of some of the best lanrl "I In -New Zealand. O ICKIN AND «ON, 8 H.M. ABCADB. M 0

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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