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FOR SALE. FOR SALE or Lease, the Greyhound Battallion.—Apply A. J. Searle. Albany. 13 OB SALE, Piano (Allison), cost Sixty Guineas; take £30 cash. —Apply Star Office. 65 OR SALE, Invalids Carriage;, bargain, £2 10/.—Thompson and Co., Wake- ' fleld-st. 33 OR SALE, Milk Bound, good, with Dandy and Utensils complete.—Address Round. 64, Star Office. 19 SALE, cheap. Wood-turning Lathe; boring chuck to saw spindle.—G. East--1 wood, 102. Cook-st. 93 i Prviate Sale, Contentß ot 4-roomed ■*■ House; cheap; nearly new; no dealers. —Address Cheap, 714. Star Office. 16 OR SALE, Country Hotel and Store, about £700; only £300 caßh, balance arranged. —Arthur n. Wheeler. 65, Queen-st. FOR SALE, nicely-fitted Confectionery aud Tobacconist; good living accommodation; price low.—For address apply Star Office. CI OR SALE, Edison Standard Phonograph; large trumpet and stand; also, 60 Records, £9 the lot.—Address Records, 78, Star Office. 51 TTTOR SALE, Grey Pony Rona; also, Bay J- Pony Mick, Cart, and Harness.—Apply T. Buddie, "Wonona," St. Stephens-avenue. Parnell. 28 FOR SALE, Lease of double-fronted Brick Shop and living rooms; plate-glass windows: owner retiring, ill-health.—2s2, Ka-rangahape-rd. 0 SALE, Mt. Roskill, 2 minutes from tram. 6 Rooms, *G0O; al6o, 3 Rooms, £530: 4 Rooms, Ponsonby, £280.—Alf. Walker. City Chambers. 67 OR SALE, fast 16ft Centreboard Open Boat, 2 Set American Sails; all gear complete- price, £7 10/; genuine bargain.— Address Bargain. 715, Star Office. 15 OR SALE, Mt. Roskill, Gentleman's Residence of 7 large rooms; modern conveniences; buggy house and stable; 2i acres. £1000.—Alf. Walker, City Chambers. 67 OR SALE, in Sentinel-rd., Ponsonby, a well-built House aud very large allotment, adapted for two more houses or for ornamental grounds.—Ewington and Baker. FOR - £243 we can - Seli"a"Freehold and Cottage in genuine bargain. Terms If desired.—Ewington and Baker. RANGE-RD.—7 Rooms, all conveniences!" in first-class condition; almost new; 1 minute Mt. Roskill tram: section. 50 by 200. Price, £623. A bargain.—A. Galloway, Caxton Chambers, Swanson-st. 8 jpOKf) — DEVONPORT.—AImost new 3~00\) w .en built Cottage; 4 rooms, bathroom, washhouse; h. and c. water; p.w.c; only 5 minutes from wharf.—H. D. Abbott, 30, Shortland-st. DEVONPORT —£420, £400—Two New sroomed Houses, every convenience; splendid views. Terms.—A. Aickin, Bulweret., Melrose, Devonport. MB2 ASH, £30—Mt. Edeu--New ~6-roomed Villa; hot and cold water; patont w.c; large volcanic section. Easy terms.—Muidoon aud Kay. 12. Wyndham-st OFF DOMINION-RD.—7 Rooms, hot and cold water; large kitchen and diningroom, each IS x 12; steel ceilings; 2 verandahs. £050. —Muldoon and Kay, 12, Wynd-ham-st. ATAMATA—Good Dairy Farm, close to creamery, 145 acres. £100 cash. £900. Balance can remain on easy terms at 6 per cent. —Muldoon and Kay, next Observer Office. _____^ SECTION'S— Mt. Roskill: £2 per foot, £10 cash, balance 5 per cent. Mt. Eden: £3 2/6; £30 cash, balance as arranged. G-reenlane, £1 10/ per foot.—Muldoon and Kay, 12, Wyndham-st. ARNBLL, Id Section.—6-roomed House, bath, washhouse, tubs, copper, patent w.c, etc Easy terms. £600.—Muldoon aud Kay, next "Observer" Office. CITY (penny section; large frontage).—6roomed House; stable, coach-house, etc, all in good order. —Muldoon aud Kay, next Observer Office. REV LYNN —Almost New House, six rooms; all conveniences; omina. from reservoir. £415.—Muldoon and Kay, 12, Wyndham-st. LD-ESTABLISHED Business, showing good return; experience not necessary; a chance of a life time; shop and dwelling; rent, 15/; ingoing, £95.—Spain and Co., 99, Symonds-st. jpAQf)— PENROSE.—Neat Villa. 5 rooms, c-wt±t7v/ bathroom, and all conveniences; i-acre; close station.—J. A. James, 63, Queen-st. 19 T> K(_f|-MT. EDEN.—House, 6 rooms; °»" w bath, etc.; allot., 67 x 132; easy terms.—J. A. James, 63, Queen-st. 18 GENUINE STATIONERY BUSINESS, prominent position, giving good returns TT> 12. HIS MAJESTY'S • X>. KJ ARCADE. M 66 RAIADALE-RD., REMLERA— House, 6 rooms; bathroom, pantry, scullery; bay window; steel ceilings, tiled hearths; 2 verandahs; attached wash-house; allotment, 53 x 130 ft. £600. £125 cash.—Address Owner, 68, Star Olfice. 49 T7A O R SALE. ■C. A? 1 X/ PER ACRE. 360 ACRES FOR £450. Land partially Improved; well fenced; small House and shed; school aud post and telephone office, 1 mile; station and saleyards, within 6 miles; liandy Aucklaud. Terms; £250 cash; balance, 5 per cent. ARTHUR B. WHEELUH, 65, Queen-st. "POU SALE ON EASY TERMS. j(? A f\— CASH—KINGSLAND —(Bal. £435) -•''il/ —New, Well-built House, "> rooms; every convenience: high position. 4_--n CASH-DEVONPORT—(BaI, £350) c-'-H' —House, 6 rooms; large allotment CASH—REMCERA— (Bal. £400)-----owVIV House, 6 rooms; gas, water; good position. jP-l AA CASH—GREENLANE— (Bal £395) 3»<-«-UU —New, Well-built House, 5 rooms; large allot. O -t 9K CASH—GEEBNUNE — Allot, 49.0 _ over 20O; high position; volcanic, dry, no stone. -pRNEST 31, Shortland-st., - 1 -- 'Phone 2312. M4S7 ■youß qhoicei. gHBEP JJUN OR J)AIRY pARM. THIS FIXE PROPERTY. SUITABLE FOR EITHER. 560 ACRES -£2OOO (480 Freehold; 80 Leasehold, at 25/ per annum), i "For the money, the best property in the , Kalpara," reports our agent, j It Is bounded by two roads, making it • eminently suitable for subdivision, and arti joins creamery, school, P. 0., Church, etc , The bulk of the property slopes to the • north, and is bordered by a rich Kahlkatea ; flat of about 100 acres. 280 acres are grassed with English grasses, the balance mixed useful bush. The whole property is fenced ' and subdivided into 10 paddocks. There is a good new 9-roomed House and outbuildings complete; cowshed (10 bails), stable, coachhouse, machine shed, separator room] sheep pens, etc Inspect this fine property. It will suit anvoue who appreciates GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY. C. AICKIN AND SON, H.M. ARCADE. MS i LUNCHEON AND TEA ROOMS. GENUINE AMERICAN ICE CREAM. Original and Only Manufacturers. FRUIT SALADS. MESSENGER BROS., Tea and Fruit Luncheon Room, 61, QUEEN-ST. ROAD BOARD NOTICES. A VONDALE ROAD DISTRICT. NOTICE. ROBERT ELLIS, of Avondale, is appointed Ranger for the Avondale District, pending a permanent appointment being made. (Signed) JOHN POTTER. Chairman. QUALITY TELLS, PRICE SELLS— Broken Leaf Tea, 9d per lb; Famlly Tea, 1/2 per lb; Ceylon Tea, i/0 per lb; Our Best Blended, 1/10 per lb.—McNab. The Cheapest Grocir in Auckland. M 237

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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