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■ F ° R S A " E- - TWO PIANOS, just lauded from' manufac-" !. turers, ex Marere. To be disposed of to t cash btj-'ers at fifty. :per cent below rttali prices. Instrunient& -by the best jjiakefe. In , the; World; and guaranteed personally by local Ageut. . Apply— I -.- - Geo. ABBOT!', . Indent Agent, 27,' City Chambers. } -pEALIZATiON QALE OF T AND. . pAICE TRVSTATE, ]\TT. TJOSKILL. 1 The Trustees have decided to dispose of 5 the Remaining Alltemeuts in this Estate at . Very Low , Prices. Early application nect* i eary. 0 J/NN. X? 1 KO—CORNER. SECTION, 5 ACRES, . &J-OU opp. Public Hall. 1 O TO rr ACRE SECTIONS, from £.20 per -A I acre. ■ ". FROM X?OK EACH—i-ACRE BUILDING 3*AO SECTIONS. " Apply Early to J-DOLLARD, COOMBES , ARCADE • -D OR ) rp t> fiLAT, 12, HIS MAJESTY'S " ■*■• ■*-*• ARCADE. M 73 i TC^PSOM—6-roomed Cottage; large volcanic ) J-* section; just off tramUne. A cheap . property at ±^SO. ) SPLENDID BUSINESS SITE-Comer - Section, Mt. Eden lrd., 82 x 193 ft; must 1 increase In value. £600. DEVONPORT—New Villa, 6 rooms; bathlarge allot., volcanic soil, 90ft frontage, ■ orchard, fowl run, etc £745 ■Q_ AND /~10., I HOBSON BLDGS., SHORTLAND AND FORT STS. 11l QHOICE J^ESORTS. ' WAIHE-KE.—Several Select Buys, whole » T or part, In lots to suit purchasers, with or without cottage.—Walter Taylor, 27. ' Bhortland-st. M 343 Tp O R S A I, E. •VTELBON-ST., CITY — Large Level Sect tlon, G6.Biu frontaee by 192 ft deep. At the back of the property are two Cottages, in flret-class order and repair, bringing In 13/6 per week each; leaving good frontage and depth for building purposes. This property Is well worth inspection, and . should prove a good sound investment. rpo t et. BRITISH BUILDINGS, QUEEN-ST — One front Office on 2nd floor, with . three windows to Queen-st. Rental £1 per week; also. S Smaller Offices on the same floor, at 10/. ' T° T ET " BRITISH BUILDINGS, DURHAM-ST.-Two floors, which will be altered to suit tenants. Apply at once, J. M. J. M omaut > 22, SaORTLAND-ST. LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS I K2IS XT DE-LL AND SON. PUKEtKOHE. PUKEKOHE—6O Acres, £7 10/ per acre. I BUCKLAND—I7O Acres, £12 per acre. MAUKU—BS Acres. £1» per acre; dwellings and outbuildings. A good dairy farm. ' BUOKLAND—22O Acres and good Dwelling. Price, £12 10/ per aore. ; We ere on the spot, and can show you i over the land. M 97 i pO E QALS. 1 1 r-IHARMING TJESIDENCB AND \J XV t /^.rounds, : AT T AK£ npAKAPUNA. • THE PROPERTY OF MR. W. J. GEDDIS, Who U cetaovinai to Nasler. 1 CSURSTANTIALLY BUILT DWELLING > HOUSE, of Kight Rooms, Bath-room, ■ etc. Gas and Water laid on. Hot water seri rice. Drawing-room <und Dlnlng-rooni, e«cti : 20ft. by 16ft. Verandah eight leet wide on : t&ree sides of the houee. The property Is between three and four . acres, extending from the malL. road 1J 0 tlle b«s«.-_n, »nd is lieautltuily t laid out In croeuet lawn (with tea £ pavilion;, flower garden, citcheu garden, and . paddock. Paths asphalted and surface tlia I drained. The garden Iβ ail thorougiUy spade l trenched, aad planted with Caolce Varieties • t? S?" Flowerf ng PUnte aud Shrunk. mc Tramway now In courae of construeI V° n T P as see the front gate, and will bring ; l e pr °Perty wlthlng 23 minntes of Qhe«u- ---_. J hlß Jβ a Most Desirable and Charmingly . Situated Home, in a warm situation, with a '. Son aspect ' and wm well repay tnspecrp jy-ANDBNO JACKSON Land Agent and Auctioneer, ! CUeTOMS-STEEETT. M 483 ! fpRUXT FARM—22 Acres, 17 m choice • ■*- fruit, large , vinery, tomato house nett--1 ing £600 per annum. Flue Homestead, , Handy to towii, school, etc A beautiful property; one-third in full bearing Price, ' £5200. £1800 cash.—Particulars apply C. ' R. WILSON, Property Salesman Hastings. 1 M 423 , pABMS AT -piRKENHEAD. 1 £25 PER AGRB—4I ACRES—Pick of the district; good sea view. J £350—55 ACRES AND 4-ROOMED COTTAGE; 10,000 strawberry plants; over 100 fruit trees, bearing; long frontage to main road. • £565 —- NICE PROPERTY oi 8 acres; 1 House of 5 rooms, designed by archl- , tect; 3 paddocks, fenced, 100 fruit trees; has beautifully sheltered slope, especially suited for outdoor vines. JT? ■pTAYMAN, LAND AGENT, • -£*• " 23, CITY CHAMBERS. 1 M 153 ', A. W. E EAD AKD C°- • 79. QUEEX-ST., AUCKLAND. 7 A PROIFITNABLE FAHM. 1 EXOEPTIOINAL TERMS. TO PU-ROHA-SSR OR PARTNER. • 200 ACRE'S, nearly all good all-uvlal land, I bajauce rolling country, all ploughable; 1 Jilgihly suitable for fattening; good dwellinghouse of 6 rooms, up-to-date outbuildings, ' etc.; only three miles trom railway station ' by good roads; half-mile from township, • School, poet office, and store. We can ' strongly recommend This property to a good man as a safe Investment. Call at ohce.^— 1 All particulars from 3 . A. W. BEAD AiND CO., 78, QDBES-ST. M 287 ,fTI TTENDERSON, j SHIPBROKEB & COMMISSION AGENT, 5 ENDEAN'S BUILDINGS. ] ON SALE:— t NEWCASTLE COAL 1 OREGON TIMBER . AN.TI-FOULING AND- A-NTI-CORROSIVB PAINT T fiCHOpNEB, 08 tons; £1400 . STEAM TRAWLER, 180 ft; £7000 I BABQUBNTINE, 260 tons; £«00 -■■-"■ . BARQUE, 280 tons; £600. ; SCOW, 132 tons; £1500. " c STEAMER, 01 X 12 x 4ft 9in; 127 paesen-gei-a; 0 knots ,' BTEAMEE, 68 X 14 x 5; 201 passengers; j 3J knots oh 16cwt coal per day; £1100 ( , . . . . M 166 i m A E A T tl N A. ! Go and Get Pure Air at Lake Tatapunn. 3 LAND CAN NOW b!T SECURED AT LOW PRICES. 3 - j The Now Electvle Tratcway will send up 1 Values Three Hundred-foUl, Kaurakl-rd., - jiear the beech, Jβ Old MiyjiuHtt. Bbpt, t BBCuRa A (SECTION NOW. B KAPlfcB AND BMITH. VietorU AresdH

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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