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■! g '■■_•[ __ _'. 3 . vIFOB BALE. | -" j ■-'■■ ' | QHOICE JTOLIDAY tsesqbts.;'-.,: WAIHEKE.— Several Select Bays/whole or part, ln lots to suit purchasers, with or without cottage.—Walter Taylor, 27, Shortland-st • M34J) "P O B S A Z. B. "VTELSON-ST., CITY — Large Level Sec<*>v tion, 66.8 in frontage by 192 ft deep. At the back of the property are two Cottages, in first-class older and repair, bringing ln 13/0 per week each; leaving good frontage and depth for building purposes. TblS property Is well worth inspection, and ehculd proVe a good sound investment. mO TBI, BRITISH BUILDINGS, QUEEN-ST — One front Offlce on 2nd floor, with three windows to Queen-st. Rental £1 per week; also, 3 Smaller Offices on the same floor, at XV. mo JET. BRITISH BUILDINGS, DURHAM-ST — Two floors, which will be altered to suit tenants. Apply at once, J. M. AND J. M OWB,ux ' 22, SHOBTLAND-ST. LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS. lew TT DELL AND BON, PUKEKOHE. PUKEKOHE—CO Acres, £7 10/ per acre. BUCKLAND—I7O Acres, £12 per acre. MAUKU—BS Acres, £ltf per sere; dweUlngs and outbuildings, A good dairy farm. BUQ&LAND—22O Acres aud good Dwelling' Price, £12 10/ per acre. We are on the spot, and can show you over the land. 1107 TO O B gAL E . QHARMING "pESIDENCB AND Q. HOUNDS, AT TAKE mAKAPUNA. THE PROPERTY OF MB. W. J. GEDDIS, Who Is removlnii to Naaler. SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT DWELLING HOUSE, of Eight Booms, bath-room, etc.. Gag and Water laid on. Hut water service. Drawing-room aud Dining-room, each atft. by ltiti, Verandah eight *«ci wide un three *ldes of tbe house. The prtpsru is Between three and four acres, esieuaing from the aal» road W th« bcu.'o, *ud ia ueaatltuily i. ii. out ta croquet lawu (with tea paviliou), flower garden, sltchen gsrdeu, and padaoca. faton asphalted snd surface tile ttrsined. Thc gardeu ls all thoroughly ensue trenched, and planted with Choice Vihetis* th *' *' io w ,!r ' n « Plsou and Shrubs. mc tramway vow m course of construeHon passes the front gste, sul will bring « t opeeCf wiUua a~ 'H minutes of QueenBi?: W f i* u * Uo,t Desirable and CharmlngW eiiuatea Home, in a warm situation, with a northerly aspect, and wiU well repay laspecT. M AMDENO JACKSOIt Land Agent snd Auctioneer, CUSTOMS-STREET. M 483 FRUIT FARM—22 Acres, 17 in choice fruit, large vinery, tomato bouse netting iiHOo per annum. Kiue Homestead. Handy to town, school, etc. A beautiful property; oue-thlrd lv full bearing Price, £saoO. £1800 cash.—Particulars apply C. H. WILSON, Property Suicsmau, Hastings. M4JB INARMS AT T3IRKENHEAD. £25 PER ACRE--Ii ACRES—Pick of the district; good sea view. .. . 'S' : £35C—0J ACHES AND 4-ROOMED COTTAUE; 10.0U0 strawberry plants; over 100 fruit trees, bearing; long frontage to main road. £565 — NICE PROPERTY of 8 acres; House of 5 rooms, designed by architect; 3 paddocks, fenced, lou fruit trees; has beautifully sueitered elope, especially suited fur outdoor viues. J t,i LTAYMAN, LAND AGENT, ' £j ' AX 23, CITY CHAMBERS, MlB3 mo THOSE ABOUT TO MARRY. I will build you a House, and Let at reasonable rents, in Centre of Ponsonby, furnish it throughout, cash or time payments. Cheapest lv town. Try the Manufacturer and Direct Importer. W. L. ROUEWS. FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Karangahape and Ponsonby roads. "KJOBANA-AVENUB. £900 A Very Choice New House, 6 rooms (large); all conveniences; gas every room, etc.; splendid section. •pAST AND TfAST. OPPOSITE G.P.O. MlO9 TAKE m A X A P U N A. Go and Get Pure Air at Lake Takapuna. LAND CAN NOW BE SECURED AT LOW PHJCES. The New Tramway will send up Values I Three Hundred per vent. Huurakl-rd., near the beach, is the Favourite Spot. SECURE A SECTION NOW. ; NAPIER AND SMITH, Victoria Arcade. pRANDpARK-pSTATE, GBEENLANB (NEAR STATION) 20 Minutes from City, adjoining Cornwall Park. EXCEPTIONAL POSITION AND SURROUNDINGS. CHEAPEST LAND IN THE MARKET. MAGNIFICENT VOLCANIC BUILDING SITES, 99 by 19S Feet Each. FROM QX/ TO AJ~ / PER FOOT. LAND TRANSFER TITLE. HIGH PROSPECTIVE VALUE. ; TERMS: One-fourth Cash, balance at 5 per i cent. Cheap Train Fares. Plan ou Estate. (TiHOS. Tfl ("IAHILL, QUEEN-STREET (OPP. FORT-STREET) ' Telephone, 265. MCB QHOICE. 1 gHEEP J?UN OR -QAIRY -pARM. THIS FINE PROPERTY. SUITABLE FOR EITHER. 560 ACKES - £2000 (4SO Freehold; 80 Leasehold, at 25/ per annum). "For the money, the best property In the Knlp;ira," reports our ageut. It Is bounded by two roads, making It eminently suitable for subdivision, and adjoins creamery, school, P. 0., Church, etc. The bulk of the property slopes to the north, aud is bordered by a rich Kahlkatea flat of about 100 acres. 280 acres are gnssed with English grasses, the balance mixed useful bush. The whole property Is fenced aud subdivided Into 10 paddocks. There la a good new 0-roomed House and outbuildings complete; cowshed (10 balls), stable, coachhouse, machine shed, separator room sheep peuß, etc. ' Inspect this flne property. It will suit anyone who appreciates GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY C. A'iCKIN AND SON, H.M. ABCADB. MS £sfiO -MT ' ED EN.-House, 8 rooms; * uw bath, etc.; allot., 67 x 132; easy terms,—J. A. James, 68, Queen-st. 18 i

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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