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ATTCTiOWS. .. ._n RiDA;i: ' a ?ril i 6 i^... AT 12 NOON SHARP. QENTRAL QITY— AXLOTMENT. QNBHUNGA—QHOIOE A LLOTMENT. 1M B J rPHORNES Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale Rooms, S3, Queen-street,. PLACE, ClTY—Grand Freehold ■—< Allotment, having 100 ft. to Emily Place; suitable for Factory, Warehouse, Mill or .Large Boardinghouse. Splendid views, and close to Fort-street. L.T. Title. Aleo, riRBT-STREET, .ONEHUNGA—FreehoId Level Allotment, 66ft. by 165 ft.. close to trams; extensive views; rich volcanic soil. NOTE TERMS.-Only 10 per cent on fall of hammer; balance at 5 per cent. Full particulars of the Auctioneer, —IHOKNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. JfiRIDAY, -Iβ 1903, , AT 12 NOON SHARP. M T ' E DEX, TJOAD, 5-ROOMS. pAKK ROAD "PJAST, /? TJOOMS. Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale Rooms, S3, Queen-street, /CORNER NORMANBY ROAD AND EDEN , STREET. MT. EDEN—Verandah Cottage, 5 rooms, iron roof, gas and water, gas stove, nice hall: washhouse. c. and t.. allot. 68 feet toy 100 feet: garden, fruit trees, fowlhouse and run, etc. ~ \ Also, pARK ROAD EAST, PARNELL—House, -•- 6 rooms, besides scullery and bathroom; iron roof; washhouse. with copper; range, etc.; level allotment, 33 feet by 110 feet. Full particulars and cards to view of Auctioneer. J fpHORNES, 83. QUEEN-ST. JfRIDAY, -Iβ AT 12 NOON SHARP. ' I pLACE—COMPACT RESIDENCE, 6 ROOMS. M R " J. T HOBNES Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale Rooms, 83, Queeu-st., T/ I( H£ n L . ACE - close t0 Grafton Bridge— -— TV ell-situated Corner Allotment with 40ft frontage to I.lear Place, commaudlng most extensive and magninoput views. The Residence has 7 rooms, two of which nre 22ft by :3ft. besides bathroom and scullery; detached wash-house, copper, tub.-;, and water; patent w.c; tarred and sauded paths. Only lmin. from Grafton Bridge. Great prospective value. T rPHORNES. 83, QUEEN-ST. F RrDAY, A PRIL 16 1909 AT 12 NOON SHAKr. "RESIDENCE, fj TJOOMS. M X J T HORXfc:s . Instructed by Owner, wbo is leaving Auckland, will Sell by Auction at the Laud Sale Rooms, S3, Quecn-s-t., CECIL-RD.. MT. EDEN <2nd on right from Epsom-aveuur)—Superior New | Three Bay-window House. 6 large rooms; I Dlningroom. 22 hy 15; l'arlour, n> by 13ft 6in; Bedrooms, Is by 13ft tiia, lift (jin by 13ft ,6in, etc.; nice entrance hall; steel and reeded ceilings: hot and cold water, and 1 gas; tiled grates and hearths; kircuen. IT i t\v 13ft. with dresser, linen press, ward- J robes, expensive gas fittings: ve-randah ! front and side; allot.. 6Sft by I'JOft. in gar- j den; paths tarred and sanded. A spleuclid property. Full particulars and cards to view of Auctioneer. T rpHOKXES, S3, QUEEN-ST. TfiRIDAY. APRIL -Iα AT 12 NOON SHARP. GRAHAM-ST., /"MTY—CHOICE HESIDIiNCE. TITR. T rpilOllMiS Instructed by Owner, irho is leaving for England, will Sell by Auction at tiie Laud j'alc Rooms, S3, Queen St., Oft fiRAHAM.ST.. CITY—WeII-built ! « - "» Family Residence of 8 rooms, besides bathroom and washbnuse; good timber, and well finished all through: bathroom has shower and plunge, califont, and lavatory; patent w.c; range, bay window, tiled bea.rt.hs. cupboards, linen cross, verandah and .balcony, and all modern conveniences. Grand allotment, with benutlful views. Specially suitable for Good Class ItoardInghouse. Cards to view of the Auctioneer. JrmiOKNES, 83, QUEEN'-ST. . X "OEMUEBA V"ARDS. ~UIUItEDAY, APRIL g The undersigned will Sell FORWARD HALFBRED OO\J WETHIiKS. ALFRED —»UCKLAND AND gOXS. ' TJEMUERA A-ARDS. rpHU'RSDAY, A PRIL -IX AT 11 A.M SHARP. —Or y\AIRY CEORTHORNS. The uuderslgned have received instructions from the Owner U Sell, as above, -J-J PEDIGREE SHORTHORN COWS 7 PEDIGREE SHORTHORN YEARLING HEIFERS 9 PEDIGREE SHORTHORN" CALVES 5 PEDIGRFK SHORTHORN YEARLING BULLS. The above are entered in the N.Z. Stud Book. Also. 17 PUREBRED SHORTHORN COWS AND HEIFEItS 8 PUREBRED SHORTHORN BULLS, lyr to 2y»s. ■ Also. THE PTI'D SHORTHORN BULL "RACHAEL LAD." His dam was thr> highest tester! pedigree cow hi the Domiulnn. The above can be .is a rsally firßt-class lot. Amongst taein are se-.erjl prize winners. A LFRED "OUCKLAND AND QOXB. ' PRELIMINARY V<st;uE. pAPATOETOE. SATURDAY. M AY ± The uuderslenrd have received Instructions from MESSRS McLAItNON BUOS.. who have sold their Farm, to StH on tbe l'roperty. THE WHOLE OF THEIR LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. Comprising— COWS. HORSES. CARTS. WAGONS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Etc. ■' ' ■ Particulars ia Future Issue. A LFRED JJUCKLAXD AND QONS. -sAuctioneets.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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