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FOR SALE. T7*<OR SALE, nice Jersey Heifer, close to A- profit, from prize stock.—-Apply Walker's Store, Mt. Rosklll car terminus. FOR SALE, Onehunga, House 7 rooms, with i-acre Section, on Beach-road.— £350.—Cooke and Buddie, 76, Victoria ar102 OR SALE, Black Spaniel, five menths; also young Gordon Setter; both retrieve well.—Apply by letter to T. Marston, Coromandel. pOB SALE.—Devonport, Residence 8 A- Rooms, bathroom, etc., close beach. Sec. 100 x 105. £950.—Cooke aud Buddie, 70, Victoria Arcade. 102 TfOR SALE" J-Plate Victor Snapshot A- Camera; good condition with lamp, trays, frames, etc. Cheap.—Elliott, 18, Day-st.. Newton. XpOR SALE. Good Paying Business; best •*- In Auckland; showing £300 a year profit; price, £200 to quick buyer.—Drought and Payne, lI.M. Arcade. 04 "Tu*-OR SALE, strong B.F. Gig, seat 3, A- lamps; quiet Pony, staunch and sound; Breastplate Harness, or separate.—H. Littlewood, Tonson Garllck. 91 FOR SALE.—Mount Eden-road, House C rooms, with Sec. 66 x 132. £600. Deposit £100; bal. 6 per cent. —Cooke and Buddie. 76, Victoria Arcade. 102 4?KA DEPOSIT—6 Rooms, oTi modern cw«jv/ conveniences; close Ferry wharf, Devonport; large allotment. Price £760.— W. J. Short, Mutual Life Buildings. 106 "PROFITABLE Investment of about £100, A- in Fruit and Confectionery Shop; position unsurpassed in suburbs; no agents.— AddreßS G.W., 433, Star Office. 104 ■pOUR-ROOMED ■*• pat. w.c. washhouse, etc.: corner section: just off Well.lngton-st. £330. TV/FT. EDEN—6-roomed Cottage, close to ■"A. mn i n roafl an< j ra i| waT station. £500. /"tHEAP ALLOTMENT, DEVONPORT, '-' volcanic soil, close to water front. 50/ per foot. C. R. WILLIAMSON AND CO., ■Hobson Bldgs., Shortland aud Fort sts. 110 "pTSOM —0-roomed Cottage; large volcanic ■AA section; Just off tramline. A cheap property at _,-.00. SPLENDID BUSINESS SlTE—Corner Section, Mt. Eden lrd., 82 x 103 ft; must Increase In value. £000. DEYONPORT-New Villa, 6 rooms; bath; large allot., volcanic soil. 90ft frontage, orchard, fowi run, etc. £745. O R *yyii-.LIAMSON AND C^O., HOBSON BLDGS., SHORTLAND AND FORT STS. II To -LET. rpo LET, Lock-up Shop, corner Domlnlon- -*- rd. and New North-rd., all trams stop; 1-/6.— W. Spedding, Karangahape-rd. rpO LET, ReA- sldeuce, 6 rooms, wash-house, copper, fixed tubs, 17/6.— T. Usher, 28, H.M. Arcade Queen-street. rp.O LET, Burnley-ter., Mt. Rosklll, New A- Villa, 6 large rooms, every modern convenience; rent, 18/. —R. Miller," John-st., Domlnion-rd. ' 59 rpO LET, 6-r. house, Scotia-place; 4 flreA- places; 8-r. House and Shop, Newmarket; good position. Any business.—JT. Lees. Scoria-place. 107 rpO LET, House] (5 rooms. Campbell! A- Point; beautiful view of Auckland Harbour.—Apply J. Stephens, Campbell's Point, Parnell. 81 rpo LET, Wellington and Hepburn-streetß, 1-*- Shop and Dwelling. 5 rooms, waßhhouse, copper, fixed tubs; £1 2/6. —T. Usher, 28, H.M. Arcade, Queen-streeti LET, on Ponsonby-rd., Front Room, furnished, to married couple or 2 gentlemen going to business; attention if re. quired. —Apply Star Office. t 98 TO LET. Large Room, 12/, Swanson-st., -Suite, 4 rooms; separate entrance in Symonds-st. (near); 21/- House, 6 rooms, Mt. Eden, IS, 6. -Beale and Co., City Chambers. TO L.ET, several nice Rooms various sizes, well lighted: suitable'for commercial and other businesses. Reasonable rents; suitable tenants.—Beale and Co., City Chambers, rpo"LET. Belle Vue-rd., Mt. Eden, House A- 5 rooms, bathroom, etc., washhouse, copper and tubs, nice kitchen garden and lawn. —Apply 2nd House, Belle Vue-rd.. from Victoria-ay. 57 OOMS, Furnished, single, double beds, use kitchen, sitting, smoke; piano, h. and c bath, p.w.c; 3 minutes from Queenst. Terms moderate.—Apply 48, Nelsou-jt., City. _^_____ rp O LET. Hobson-St., SHOP AND DWELLING, in new block, corner Welllngton-st. Ueut. 32/6. FRATER BROS. O L ¥. GRBENLANE—6 rooms, 15/. ELLERSLIE—O rooms. 10/. ELLERSLIE—6 rooms. £1. REMUERA—o rooms. 13/6. Furnished: Epsom, Devonport, Takapuna.—E. ('-Olson. 31. Shortland-st., nearly opp. Star Office: 'phone 23T2. 74 7-ROOMED VILLA. Calllope-rd., Devonport: nice sea views; cential position; 17/6. EPSOM —li-roomed, bay window Cottage; few doors from tram; 16/. FURNISHED 6-ROOMED VILLA at Devonport, large rooms; 1 acre land; 32/6. FURNISHED 5-ROOMED COTTAGE, Devonport, fine healthy position; 25/. P T> VX7IDLIAMSON AND QO., HOBSON BLDGS., SHQRTLaNP AND FORT STS. 118 rp O LET. ARNEY-RD., REMUERA—6-roomed House and conveniences; 25/. REMUERA—FIrst-class Furnished House, 7 looms; tennis lawn; 1 acre land; 50/. REMUERA—7 Rooms and 5 Acres; 30/. MT. ROSKILL —i urnlshed House, 5 rooms; 30/. WARKWORTH—Wheelwright's Shop and Smithy iboth with all accessories), and 2 4-roomed Cottages; 25/ per week for 5 -years. MALT HOUSE (about 3800 sq. ft ground floor space) IN THE A.UCKLAND CITY, to an approved tenant; rent, £4 per week. TftTANDENO TACKSON, • ASA. O CUSTOMS-ST. E. BOOTS AND SHOES. TOHNSTON BROS. Offer a very large selection of Boots aud Shoes, at Lowest Cash Pi Ices. TOHNSTON BROS. Sell Men's and Women's Goloshes and Footholds, at usual wholesale rates. JOHNSTON BROS. Have received New Season's lines in Felt Slippers — big variety. TOHNSTON BROS. ~ Keep large utocks of Tan Goods. Imported and local; good quality. JOHNSTON BROS. Offer Ladles' Evening Shoes, from 3/11, Gents.' from 5/6; many prices. JOHNSTON BROS. Show Men's Lace Boots from 9/6 to 25/; quality good; prices low. M 172 PERSONAL. ANTED.-Will Mrs Smith, late Norton? Woodaeats, Sheffield, send her Address to Rev. J. Cocker, 247, Queen-st. 1 11a rpHE Widow of the late Benjamin Mores - 1 - wishes to thank all the working men on tho Ponsonby Waterworks Scheme, who so kindly assisted her In such a practical S1 n ~v r, Jn£r?£ m 0f £0 beln S collected.MARY -MORES. jqq

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 82, 6 April 1909

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