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FOR SALE. (Continued from Page 2.) "pOR SALE, Second-hand Range.—Apply •■*- "Early Bank." Park-rd. East. JU2 TjiOtt SALE, New 4-Roomed Cottage, every ■*- convenience; Id section. Cash £100. Terms. £250.—••H.8.," Symonds-st, P.O. , 160 flO-R iSALE, a weil-bred Urish Setter, 12 months old, from prize stock.—Apply 8. Kelly, 4th oa right past Mt. Rosklll tram terminus. . 125 XT<OR SALE, Light Draught Steamer, 80 x -»- 17* s TJ feet; capacity, 80 tons; C.S.C. eDgines, boiler 120 ih.p.—H.A. Tame, 70, Queen-street. 120 FOR SALE, First-class Jersey Cow; very quiet; low price. Also, 2 Breecnloading Guns.—Apply F. Grattau, Avondale South. 172 Tm-O'K SALE. Modern Steam Laundry, £10 -»- net profit weekly; large inland town. Particulars—Warren's Agency, 26 • llighst. Thone. 2602. I9i IpOR SALE, B.F. Gig, seats 3, £13 ltyHarness, £4 10/; Set Wagon Harness (2 horse), £6 30/; J-tou Cart, £13 10/.— Morley's, Durham-st. 181 no J sale, KELVIN MARINE OIL ENGINES for Reliability, Simplicity, and Economy. LEO. A. WALSH, Sole Agent, Wyudham-st. JT ° B B A Z eT KELVIN MARINE ENGINES No Ignition Troubles, No Cranking with KELVIN BNGINISS. LEO. A. WALSH, Sole Agent, Wyndhani-st. M 449 T>AKE<RY BUSINESS—Wanted to Invest ■*-* £50 as working partner in geuuiue concern; advertiser energetic, reliable; could attend the'outside work; town or country.—Fullest particulars '-Manitoba " 731, Star. 137 Snug Furniture Business Main -»-V Road; shop full and house full or saleable goods; £150.—Sam. White and Co., Vulcan-lane. ■ 131 •DLACKSMITH' S Business, tools and J- , building; plenty of work; in the heart of the city. £80.—Sum White flud Co., Vulcan-lane. 132 ATTAN Workers, to make <*ffer Rattan Woikiug Business; good connection; going concern. Immediate sale. —Eagleton and Walsh. Strand Arcade. 170 1 UsiVUA'i'OUT.—Choice Section, i-acre, -L , fenced, Bussell-st.; £198. Section, minute trom Victoria wharf, -uaroour view, only £185. Also. Section, only D minutes wharf, frontage 2 streets; room 3 cottages; ouly ilSq—Apply Ueale and Co., City Chambers. CHELTENHAM Beach-—Choice Sections, £25 deposit; Rotorua, i-acre, corner, £05; CliftouvlUe, i-acre, fronting Takapuna JJeuch, £350. —Apply Beaie aud Co., City Chambers. TO J-Qfl -At-'iRBS, sheep country, 20/ per J.V,tt:«7\J ael . e (1(K) rMO AereSt bueh pro . perty, £1000; half cash. L.I.P» (14). 454 Acres, L.I.P. £3 per'acre, d>3) 1026 Acres, splendid laud; £3 5/ per acre.—Drought au<l l'ayjie, .H.M. Arc-ade. 124 TmE station—Good xix. roomed House and scullery, well built, l'nce, £365. Walter Taylor, 27, Shortiand-st. M 343 C'-\ C\C\ DEPiOSIT—CCETWaiARiKBT—WeUbuilt House, 6 rooms and every convenience, haudy to trams and station. .Balance £500, easy terms. Waiter Taylor t 37, Bhortland-st. 01343 INGSLANbT -^ CORiNBRTSECTION—New House, 6 rooms, scullery, cupboards, w.h. Prdce £600; £150 cash. Walter Taylor, 27, iShortland-st. M.343 r> JQft— House, 5 3J-xfJ\J Tooms, pautry, scullery, w.h., workshop, stable, fowlhouses; nice section, 55 x 13S. Walter Taylor, 27, Shortrand-st. .MS43 QBBAP~-pARMS. BOMB'AY—iNlee Farm, 87 acres, good land; o-roomed house, nearly new; 11 milking cows, 4 or 5 pigs, lot of potltry. All for £600. PAPAICUiRA—2OO Acres, at £2 per acre; 50 or aOO Acres, at £3 10/; 40 Acres, at £5; and 360 Acres, with 6-roomed bouse, at £4 per acre. SWANSON—So Acres, at '£3 10/. SAM WHITE A'NJ> 00-, Viilcan-lane. 120 ■pOR URGENT SA.LB, HABGBEAVES-ST.— GOOD HOUSE of 5 rooms, all in good order; wide hall and verandah; high up; fine view. Price reduced to £465 lor quick sale. SAM. WHITE AND CO.. Vulcan-lane. 130 E. B. N?*** LATE TjTAILB TJROS., QUEEN-ST., Next below Arthur Yates and Co. X?Q PER ACfRE — PAPATOETOE — 3JO DAIRY FARM of 322 acres, well watered, fenced and subdivided; near creamery and station; a ornn-owner leaving Auckland 3*O\J\J A x D _j UBT Bell HOUSE of six rooms; pantry, range; register grates; gas and water, etc.; allotment 50 x 132. Terms. (170-1927) n RESIDENCE of 6 rooms, S»«71 «J bathroom and scullery; waebhouse, stable, coachhouse, harness room) section TO x 220. 170-1926 EPBOM — FINE BUILDING SECTION, SOft frontage, one minute from car. ■P fi*SO — HOUSE of 6 rooms and convenidm/\JtJ\f encee, In first-class order; only 15 minutes' from Queen-st.; good position; handy to trams. 170/1025 REMUERA — House of 5 rooms, bathroom, pantry, waehhouse, set copper, every convenience; corner Section, 116 by 114. Easy terms, small deposit; near trams. OA>7 ACREB, 160 juet cleared, 100 in Oi t Grass nnd small orchard, 7 acres pig paddock, well wateied, bounded on one side by 0 river; House of 4 rooms and washhonse; outbuildings; good hard road; Government leasehold. R S O.P. 4? KKA — HOUSE of 5 rooms, bathroom, owcJcJU range, and register grates, waehhonse, set copper, fixed tubs, rich volcanic Allotment, 40 x 125; laid out in flower and vegetable garden; easy terms. HOMESTEAD of 26 ACRES; 16 acres in orchard, 0 acres of peaches, vinery, also outdoor vines; handy to station. 4? 1 K(\(\ — 3 * ACRES, with two road 3JJ-O\J\J frontages — House of 7 rooms and every convenience; waehhouse, cowhouse, etc.; handy to trams. -J QK ACRES, all in grass, fenced and J-i/O ploughable, well watered; New House of 6 rooms; washhouse, set copper, stable, cowshed, wagon shed, chaff shed, workshop. 166/1893 MT. ROSKILL-RD. — Fine Building Allotment, 109 x 150. VOLCANIC BUILDING ALLOTMENT, ; only 50 yards from trams; level. A bargain. Will assist to build ir necessary. c. bTlv; aile < LATE "v7-aile "dros., 'queen-st.. Next Below Arthur Yates and Co. 125 LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Small Gold Bird Brooch between Jervois-rd. and Argyle-st.—lieward at Btar Office. 145 OST, Thursday, either Burleigh-st., St. Sepulchre's Church or Hall, Small Oval White Cornelian and Gold Brooch. Reward.—Mrs. Arthur. Strand. 147 TRAYED, Grey Pony, from Parnell.— (Reward on returning same to T. Buddie, 'Wainono, St. Stephens-avenue Pnrnell. 163 rpaiß MISSION FAIR Closes To-nigb.t; -L bargains for mothers, Children's. Apparel, Wedding Presents, Auctloa Bjtle, j> p.m. • 1 1 ' »4\m> SSOCIATION FOOTBALL.—The Ahnual Meeting of the United Football Club Kill be held in Knox Hall, FaroelL on MONDAY NEXT, April sth, at 8 p.nt All members and those Interested are earnestly requested to attend.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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