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FOR SALE. "P 0 R S ALE. 14 ACRES, Best Fruitgrowing Land, 4rooined Cottage, on main rd., near wharf. Price, £220; £150 can remain four years at 5j per cent. Also—43 ACBES LAND, nearly all flat, close to beach; good house and sheds, beautiful situation. £570; half can remain. AIso—LARGE NEW BUILDING. 26 x 38, suitable for store; good chance; no competition; 1 acre good laud. £130; £30 cash. Land going up here. Don't delay. Apply L. LAUGESEN, Arkle's Bay. 7 jp 4QA—'KINGSLAND—New House, 5 cytfcOV/ rooms, pantry, scullery, w.h., workshop, stable, fowlhouses; nice section, 55 x 138. Walter Taylor, 27, -Shortland-st. -M 343 rpO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I HAVE NEW AND SECONDHAND MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR SALE. Prices Bight. B. J. LAIBD, TYRONE BUILDINGS, Customs-street East. £425"H OWICK -£425 Good House, 4 rooms, all conveniences; stable, cowshed; fowl house, runs, etc.; 2 Acres good land; nicely laid out garden; good orchard; everything in first-class order; owner leaving the district. This property must be sold. DAVID KAY, VULCAN-LANE. MIS 6 EVONPORT (10 minutes from wharf)— Splendid New House, 6 rooms; bathroom, p.w.e; linen press; hot and cold water. Everything to make a comfortable home. Very easy terms, as owner must sell.—Price and particulars from HIPKINS AND MADILL, Exchange-lane, opp. Fortst. (354) ■ MI6Q TOM TTADFIELD AND S- S * OJHOUSE, LAND, AND COMMISSION AGENTS, 65, QUEEN-ST. (Below Smeeton's). 'Phone 2149. — 11T - EDEN. VICTORIAdwW " AVENUE—Substantially-built House, 6 large rooms; wash-house, bathroom; al! possible conveniences; foundations, front wall, and paths all concrete; large allotment. Good solid property, and cheap -PP>&fl — BURNLEY-TERRACE, MT. ROSKILL—WeiI-finished 6-ioom-ed Verandah House, bow kindow; bathroom, wash-house, and usual conveniences; large level allotment, free from stone, tastefully laid out; one minute from tram. AND TMRKENHEAD TNVESTMENTS. 4? "J KAA—SEVEN COTTAGES, lncludi n g Fiist-class House, 7 rooms and conveniences: 5 of 4 rooms; one of 2 rooms; all well let to good tenants; weekly return, £2 16/6; within lOmins. of wharf. Good prospective value. Full particulars ou application. AN OFFER WANTED FOR CORNER BLOCK OF 16 ACRES; splendid position: admirably suited for subdivision; well (sheltered aud watered; good roads and footj paths; House, 7 rooms, outbuildings: fowl mns, fowls; centre of borough. Our instructions are to sell, and at once. X?rA CASH — OPPORTUNITY FOB *"" WORKINGMAN—Good House, 5 rooms: large wash-house, workshop, and couvcuiences; fine level allotment, well fenced; lOmins. from wharf. Price, £470. A FINE SELECTION OF FRUIT -ti- FARMS, SECTIONS, AND HOUSE PROPERTY in these progressive Suburbs. M 155 W. Q- V A R R E T T, LAND AGENT AND VALUER, 8, F ORT S- TMORTGAGES NEGOTIATED. <£525 -MT ' ROSKILL —House, 5 rooms section; handy to cars and 011 easy terms (<A) C i fi7'' T k~ rKOSI>H:( ' T - TERIiAC E. Mt. Ro<<.~lJl«J kill. —Modern House, 6 rooms; pantry etc.; section, 50 x 172 ft; dose to cars. This is v cheap property. X?fi7K—BBINTON-BOAD, Mt. Roskill.cvU,u Nice little Villa of 6 rooms aud bathroom: scullery, pantry, washhouse etc • section. «U x la2ff, nil laid out hi garden; close to cars, and very easy terms. (BSAJ) Q (i(V7— BURNLEY-TEBKACE, Mt. Ros- =»»"' kill.—New House of 6 large I rooms and all conveniences; on good level section, 40 x 130 ft. This is a real bargain, and should not be missed. . (9SA) X? 11 PC A—CORNER OF GRANGE-ROAD c-LUJV a >-tj MT. EDEN-ROAD.—Mo-dern House of 7 rooms: hatbrooru. pantry, and scullery; also gas stove; gas in G rooms; Venetian blinds; large section, having 85ft frontage to Mt. Eden-rd. and 145 ft to Grange-rd. The whole property is niceiy planted in garden and fruit trees. This property must be sold, as the owner has moved to another district. P nOO~ ALBERT " RD -- DeT °nport.—New *""" House of 5 rooms and all conveniences; good situation. This is worth Inspection. M 137 QHAS. pARRELL. LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, ARCHITECT AND VALUER, GROUND FLOOR, HOBSON BUILDINGS, FOKST-ST. Telephone 2614. ■Q QAA — CLONBURN-RD., REMUERA— owOUU New, well-built House of 7 large rooms; all conveniences, bathroom, li. and c. water, p.w.e, etc.; friezes; Improved grounds; w.h., copper, tubs. Large Section. Terms. 87 3rr /a PER FOOT—TAKAPTJNA, Near 1/ "Beach— Splendid Level Elevated Section, 66 x 198. Trams will pass within 50 yards. 2d section. Terms: Half cash, balance 5 per cent. 77 P f\9P» —GREX LYNN—Splendid Investment —New 6-roomed House aud conveniences; hot and cold water, etc. Section 40 x 132 i with two extra sections. ! 47 x 132. 73 ! P fiKfi—GEEAT NOBTH-RD.—SPLEN-cwUtW DID OPPOBTUiNiTY—New Shop and Dwelling, 2 plate glass fronts; built on good corner section, 63ft frontage; suit nny business. (79) -PKPCA— SHOP AND DWELLING—Good cW " t " J opportunity; cot'rer section; suit any business. CAMPBELL-RD., ONE TREE HILL— Large Block of Land, with frontages to two roads; would cut up Into 6 quarteracre sections. £600, pONSONBY—WoII-situoted Seetlon, Cheap P ROK-AiIDMOHHI-KD., PONSONBY— a*\)±t<J New Well-built Mouse of 5 large roome and couv/eulenoes, modern finishfriezes; level sectlou, drained. (80) ' pLANS PREPARED for Intending Build. - 1 - 01S - , M 123 QHEAP I/-ND. A3OUT 1 MILE FROM STATION, OVER gQ ACRES, Subdivided into Sections as follows;— 3 nores 3 roads 38 perches, £150 3 ~ S „ 33 „ £150 •'1 ~ 3 „ SO „ £150 3 „ S „ 37 „ £100 * -> x ii * .. flJuo, with housfj i „ 1 „ 4 „ £210 7 „ 1 „ SI „ £300 4 „ 0 „ 32 „ £300 9 ii - .. 32 „ £625, with house, 5 „ 3 ~ 16 „ £300 . Prices and full particulars on application to T. B, G LAY ' ESTA ' rB AGENT, 12, HIS MAJESTY'S ARCADE, M 66 SMALL DEPOSIT to securFTovely bolnT Mt. Eden, for £825, 0 rooms, every appointment that heart caii desire- tower house, commands' fine views; good' sectionnear cars.—Ballantyne and Co., Hobsoii Buildings, 2nd Floor. MSOO

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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