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FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Strawberry Plants, heavy bearers, Laxtons, Melbae, Marguerites, Also, Lease of 11 Acres, 19 years (with right of renewal), suitable strawberry gardens, grazing, vegetables, etc. —"Berry," P.O. .Northcote. 2 JAKE mAKAPUNA. SECURE THE PICK OF THE ALLOTMENTS IN THIS FAVOURITE LOCALITY Magnificent views; gas and water in street; close to best part of beach. Cheap prices and easy terms. Apply T rnHORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. **• J- M 407 "pAST AND TTtAST. MT. EDEN.—IB a most choice position for a Home; smln. from Id section; 3min. from railway station, modern House, 6 rooms, all conveniences; section, 80ft frontage; fruit and vegetable garden; fernery. Terms to suit purchaser at a price of £750. REMUERA —A lovely spot, near Ladles' College.—New House, 6 rooms; h. aud c.; gas; tiled hearths, etc.; large rooms; washhouse, copper, tubs; a very superior property; section, 66ft frontage; and owner only asks £900, and will arrange terms of purchase. •pAST AND SHORTLAND-ST., Opp. G.P.O. M 212 TLLNESS OF ryWNER. A HEAVY DISCOUNT OF AN ALREADY LOW PRICE. A SELECT DAIRY HERD, With Implements, Utensils, etc, given In, to effect a prompt sale. The Farm offered at this sacrifice is situated on the Celebrated Babylon Flats, and comprises 128 Acres of some of the best land In New Zealand. AICKIN AND DON, H.M. ARCADE. MO G- M xr iRKCALDY -^n ls p°HOBSON BUILDINGS, FORT-ST. (Ground Floor.) Established 1899. X A CASH — Nice Cottage, 4 rooms ■""v aud scullery, p.w.c. level Section; good locality; close to the cars and railway station; price only £280; tmit a worker. — PONSONBY - - WATER SIDE. * *•* —Sound 7-roomed House; large dining room, sitting room, 4 bedrooms; fittings for gas stove; bathroom; washhouse; p.w.c; latest drainage system; level section, 50 x 150; about linin from beach and oniins from 2d cars. Terms. 121 _P7P_ — DEVONPORT — CASH for *» ' '-' thoroughly UP-TO-DATE RESIDENCE tbuilt heart totara), six large rooms; h. and c. water; patent w.c; hall 15 x 12; bay windows; verandahs; domed steel ceilings, beautifully finished; port lead-lights ' and doors; lead-lights specially designed; large level Section; iv select locality; magnificent view of harbour; balance £725, oh terms OftA CASH — PONSONBY — Sound d~u\J Cottage, 4 rooms, 6cullery, aud washhouse, p.w.c; Corner Allotment; 2 minutes from cars; £380; on easy terms A BARGAIN. X?7K DEPOSIT — Balance 17/6 per ow I_» week for good sound Cottage, 4 rooms; bathroom, scullery, washhouse, fixed copper and tubs; fixed cupboards and dressers; cement yard and paths; elevated Section, good locality; price only £335. G. M. K 1 ND C° UIBB "pOR TMMEDIATE QALE, ONE OF THE BEST INDENT BUSINESSES IN THIS CITY. Established over six years; holding Sole Manufacturers' Agencies for the Whole Dominion, and having established Subagents In ail principal towns; will be disposed of at cost of present stock (about £500), without goodwill, to cash buyer. Owner retiring. Apply, in first instance, to "SELDOM," 777, STAR OFFICE. CHRISTIE, NEW SYSTEM FINANCIAL AGENT. Colweil's Buildings, Swanson-st., Ground Floor. Why Pay Rent? Be Your Own Landlord 4 ? R7'V- 5 UOOUS - Clt y; £ '5 deposit, balc»'-' l • v ance rent system. _-'9QK— 3 LOTS, 33ft frontage each • suit builder: off Newton-rd (>K() DEPOSIT.-5 ROOMS, Mt. Roskill; cwUV £550; easy repaymeuts; choice home. f>KA DEPOSIT—S Rooms, all convenltj*/*J\J ences; Grey Lynn; exceptionally good propei"*»-{ price, £575. CIHEAP Properties, all localities: small J deposits accepted; balance Instalments to suit. Allotment owners financed to build; plans prepared; money provided. Call or write for further information. JPI9O0 -7 Itooil S. bath, balcony '^ J ---' u, - / p.w.c: 3 steel ceilings; 2 bay and 2 box windows; elaborate fittings; fixtures; off Symonds-st., City; magnificent view. /CHRISTIE, NEW SYSTEM AGENT M 74 -TTALUABLE pROPERTY "P°3 gALE. We have for Sale In Richmond-rd., a Brick Building containing twenty rooms, capacious entrance hall aud corridors. There are suitable outbuildings, and nearly an acre of land. The building could easily be adapted for a Boarding School. Some of the rooms are very large. The Property Is pleasantly and healthfully situated, convenient to the clt... It would mnkc a good Nursing Home.—Apply to "PWINGTON AND "DAKER, PREMIER BUILDINGS, CORNER OF QUEEN-ST. AND DURHAMST., Next above Stewart Dawson and Co. rjUIE T AND A GENCY, 22, COOMBES' ARCADE (Ist floor), QUEEN-ST. 'Phone 2666. X?KAA—MOUNT EDEN (few doors dwOW tram), well-built 5-roomed House (3 years old); bathroom, scullery, all conveniences. Price includes nearly new furniture. Owner leaving colony. Bargain £4-4-0 —MOUNT ftoSK -lUL (near tram), c^-r • :,:, -' new 5-roomed House; bathroom and all conveniences; good rooms; kitchen, 17 x 12, .with dresser, drawers, etc ; nice verandah.V Section, 50 x 132. -f 4_7P_— REMUERA. new House 6 "^^' *■* rooms, bathroom, scullery, washhouse, copper, tubs, linen press. Section, 88 x 160. Fruit trees. Worth seeing. TjIARMS! Farms! Farms! Some really A. good ones from £110 to £17,000. -45 ACRES (handy to Auckland wuwu and near station), 5-roomed House; also, cottage, outbuildings, etc.. orchard: balance In grass. Price Includes cows, implements, furniture, etc. Terms M 387 ■piRST-CLAiSS SHEEP OR DAIRY FARM - 1 - 2700 ACRES FREEHOLD. -Cfi 10/ PER ACRE. Cambridge, cwU -LU/ Waikato, 10 miles from station by good road; 1600 acres In grass, 500 acres fern and rough feed, 600 acres green bush, carrying 300(1 sheep; nine miles fencing; well watered, all ploughable; black loam soil; dwelling of 6 rooms and outbuildings. When fully improved, will carry 2 sheep to the acre. Near creamery and school. Will subdivide to suit purchasers. This property is well worth Inspection. THOS. F. CAHILL, Alliance Buildings, Queen-_., opp. Fort-st. M 69

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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