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FOB SALE. T» OBE R T jnr"o oD, HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, VICTORIA ARCADE, FORT-STREET. n-| QKfl — CITY — Superior 9-roomed iiOuu House and every convenience; view unsurpassed; largo allotment. Suitable for a doctor. (No. 333.) jp-JAfeA—MT. ALBERT—Three Acres cw-LU«JU Volcanic Soil, 9-roomed house and conveniences, coachisouse and stable. This property is well w<Ktli Inspection. (No. 2566} A? '4.OK— EMMA-ST., MT. ROSKILL— c^'*^'t ' House, 6 rooms; level allotment. Easy terms arranged if desired. (No. 245-1) -P4.QA—BL'RNLEY-TEKBACE, MT. ROS'±:o\J KlLL.—'House, 5 rooms and every convenience; large allotine»t. Terms if desired. (No. 2525) A? OKA— MT. EDEN—Choice Building AlowOOV lotment, S4 x 264 ft, PEa ACEE Acres or more, suit- • " able for subdivision or poultry farm. A bargain. Total block 21 acres, r- A fIA-OWEN'S-RD., EPSOM—Choice dJ<±\J\J Building Allotment, 70 x about 260 ft; volcanic soil. Very easy terms. 4-' f V7 p i —EDE2 ' VALE-BD.—Superior 6oy*OiO roomed House and conveniences; corner allotment; level. Easy terms if desired. £1 700 ~~ M OENTAIN-RD. — Superior ™-*- •"" House, S rooms aud conveniences; one acre land, nicely laid out in shrubs and native bush. An ideal name. (No. 15433) O Q MT. EDEN—New c&OV/U 8-roomed House, with conveniences; allotment level, free from stone. Terms arranged. FARMS. —I have Farms in almost every district, from 20 acres upwards. Pric*6 from £2 to £40 per acre. Money to Lend at current rates on first ' mortgage. Ml 5? ; -yALUABLE "DROPERTY TfOR gALE. We have for Sale ln Richmond-rd., a Brick Building containing twenty rooms, capacious entrance hall and corridors. There are suitable outbuildings, and nearly an acre of land. The building-could easily be adapted for a Boarding School. Some of the rooms are very large. The Property is pleasantly and healthfully situated, convenient to the city. It would make a good Nursing Home.—Apply to TjIWINGTON AND T>AKER, PREMIER BUILDINGS, CORNER OF QUEEN-ST. AND DURHAMST., Next above Stewart Dawson and Co. £«RAND "DARK "pSTATE, GREENLANE (NEAR STATION) 20 Minutes from City, adjoining Cornwall Park. EXCEPTIONAL POSITION AND SURROUNDINGS. CHEAPEST LAND IN THE MARKET. MAGNIFICENT VOLCANIC BUILDING SITES, 90 by 198 Feet Each, FROM ggy TO AKV PER FOOT. LAND TRANSFER TITLE. HIGH PROSPECTIVE VALUE. TERMS: One-fourth Cash, balance at 5 per cent. Cheap Train Fares. Plan on Estate. rjraos. ~p QAHILL, QUEEN-STREET (OPP. FOBT-STBEET) Telephone, 285, M 69 ■yOUR pHOICB. CjHEEP JH"N OH -TJAIRY "pARM. THIS FINE PROPERTY, SUITABLE FOR EITHER. 560 ACRES -£2OOO (480 Freehold; 80 Leasehold, at 25/ per annum). "For the money, the best property in the Kaipara," reports our agent. It is bounded by two roads, making it eminently suitable for subdivision, and adjoins creamery, school, P. 0., Church, etc. The bulk of tbe property slopes to tbe north, and is bordered by a rich Kahjkatea fiat of aliout 100 acres. 280 acres are grassjed with English grasses, the balance mixed useful bush. The whole property is fc«iced and subdivided into 10 paddocks. There is a good new il-roomed House and outbuildings complete; cowshed (TO bails), stable, coachhouse, machine shed, separator room, sheep pens, etc. Inspect this fine property. It will suit anyone who appreciates GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY. C. AICKIN AND SON. H.M. ARCADE. M 8 TjYIRST-CLASS SHEEP OR DAIRY FARM - 1 - 2700 ACRES FREEHOLD. X?fi 10/ PBR ACRE, Cambridge, o~U J-V/ Waikato, 10 miles from station by good road; 1600 acres ln grass, 500 acres fern and rough feed, 600 acres green bush, carrying 3OOG sheep; nine miles fencing; well watered, all ploughable; blacli loam soil; dwelling of 6 rooms and outbuildings. When fully improved, will carry 2 sheep to the acre. Near creamery and school. Will subdivide to suit purchasers. This property Is well worth inspection. THOS. P. CAHILL, Alliance Buildings, Queen-st., opp. Fort-st. M 69 -TITILLIAMSON-STREET, TTtPSOM (10 minutes from Newmarket). BRUCE REDUCED TO £440—'WELLBUILT HOUSE, 5 rooms, bathroom, scullery, washnouse, worksnop; allotment, 52 x 121 ft. Easy terms. mHOS. t|l /CAHILL, QU£IEN-STREET (OPP. FORT-STREET)-M 69 f?-|KA CASH—MT. EDEN.—Superior dwXOv Modern Dwelling, 6 large rooms, square bay windows, 3 verandahs, Bft. bale, steel ceilings; pautry, scullery, bathroom with porcelain bath; hot water to bath, hand-basin and sink, P.w.c, septic tank. ' House on stone foundations, volcanic section, '7R by 132; 1 minute from car, A well- ' finished Uouae, Piico £S7o, 110 P 1 00 CASH—Few minutes Pousonby- ' e*»>-l-vFv» rpn d. —-Now House 5 rooms, bathroom, pantry, scullery, washhouse, copper anil tubs, with conereto floor, Fixtures for 1 p.w.e.j gaa and wtltoi'i level section. Concrete pnths. Prion £460; bargain, 121 X- ff QFC—MT, EDE-N,—Modern Dwelling, 7 cvV*Jt» r oouiß, bathroom, pantry, scullery, I fixed cupboards and wardrobes, Venetian blinds, bay window; beautifully painted and papered throughout ; 2 minutes from 2d, oar, and 0 minutes frem Symopds-street Id. r-potion, Niao allotment, 43 TjURM AT PAPATOffiTOH, 05 Acres A' really rich volcanic soil, All in g,rass 11 ml wheat and oat Btubble, Owner will put stubble into new grpss, House 7 rooms cowshed with concrete floor) Jarga imple-' ment shefl, stable, eto, plpse creamery and school ami railway, This ig an. excellent Bairy and Cropping Farm, and is well worth Inspection, Pi-job reduced tn £27 10/ an acre, Terms can )>e arranged, ' 191 Q-. M. IC jnKOALDY ANB C o ' HOBSON BUILDINGS, FQST-ST. gABYLGN JPLAT. , THE CHEAPEST PROPERTY UNSOLD. ACRES, CARRYING Ofi COWS. ' *J rh , is „ Gra "! y"' o Farm Is situated on the best part of this wonderful Flat and ■ is distant only 1} mile from station, creamery, and township. There is a new dwell- , lng of 7 rooms and numerous outbuildings. NOTE.—Making due allowance for fni- - provemeuts, we estimate that the owner's price is quite £7 per acre below the real - value of tbe property. ; Apply to iC. AIOKIN AND SON, H.M. ARCADE. II MS

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

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