AMUSEMENTS. | Til <E D-E ,R A L fT A _ L. ! ' (Opp. St. Matthew's Church.) .Direction of J. and N./Tait. • Manager .. C.C.Campbell. FINAL CONCERT. FINAL CONCERT. F I N A L CO N C E R T. FINAL C O N C E R T. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, EASTER MONDAY. THE WELSHMEN'S FINAL RALLY , THE WELSHMEN'S FINAL RALLY THE WELSHMEN'S FINAL RALLY "GOOD-BYE" PERFORMANCE ! And > POSITIVELY THE VERY LAST OPPORTUNITY ; Of Hearing ' ' THE ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR. . THE BOYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR. . THE ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR. THE ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR. To-night's Programme will include i "THE HALLELUJAH CHORUS" "THE HALLELUJAH CHORUS" "THE HALLELUJAH CHORUS" "THE HALLELUJAH CHORUS" (From "The Messiah.") j POPULAR PRICES. ; 3/ (a booking fee of 1/ will be charged for reserving seats), 2/, and ONE SHIL- ' nt E « rl i y i s to 2/ and V seats 6d extra, at H.M. Cafe. To T ™ B ° X PLAN Wlll be at H ' M - Cafe . Touring Manager, A. W. BATISTE. rpivOLl m H E A T.R B, T x NEWTON c. Brown-Parker. T TREMENDOUS SUCCESS OF ITV OLI— piCTDHES-rpiVOLI IVOLI--L ICTURES—J-IVOLI \ »r . KV ERY NIGHT AT 8. MASTER HUBERT CARTER, The Boy Sopranc late of Pollard's Juvenile Opera Co. EVERY NIGHT. Admission.: 1/ and fld. FOR SALE. Jjl O B g A L B. QHARMING J*>-ESIDENCE AND QROUNDS, A T Ij AK ' E takapuna. THE MOPERTT OF MR. w. J. GBDDIS. \Sho Is Removing to Napier S U^USE T of A Uri * T DWELLING- „.,„ rl ' u 'Uofc' of Eight Rooms, bathroom etc gas and water laid ou. Hot .Drawingroom and diningroom. each ISfl by sides of e th n e n house e . lSht teet Wlde ™ *•* .^i 16 pr " ope , r , t ' 7 k between three and four oeach VnW?? f^?„ the maln ">■« to the lawn 'r^th iS t bea " tlfu ly lald out ia croquet k£.hJ th „ tea P nriu °n). flower garden, kitchen garden, and paddock. Paths _phaltni«nt_ J?.% 0n &!£ spade trenched, and planted with Choice Varieties of Bulbs; Flowering Plants, and Shrubs. The Tramway now in course of construction passes the front gate, and will brine the Property within 23 minutes of Queen-st This Is a Most Desirable and Oharmingly Situated Home, in a warm situation, with a northerly aspect, and will well repay Inspection. T jy£ ANDENO JACKSON LAND AGEINT AND AUCTIONEER, . M4S3 >JORANA-AVENUE. £900 A Very Choice New House, 6 rooms (large)all conveniences; gas every room, etc: splendld section. J-j-JAST AND ; e»<— OPPOSITE G.P.O. MIOO . "yOUR /"IHOICE. CJHEEP "RUN OR, T-VAIRY "pARM. THIS FINE PROPERTY. SUITABLE FOB EITHER. 560 ACRES -£2OOO (480 Freehold; 80 Leasehold, at 23/ per annum). "For the money, the best property in- the Kaipara," reports our agent. It is bounded by j 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, and is bordered by a rich Kahlkate'a flat of about 100 acres. 280 acres are grossed with English grasses, the balance mixed useful bush. The whole property is fenced and subdivided into 10 paddocks. There is a good new 9-roomed House and outbuildings complete; cowshed (10 balls), 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 ..Telephone 2321. Q. E O" JJ A T C H B B, LAND AGENT AND BUILDER. JUNCTION OF EDEN TERRACE AND MOUNT ROSKILL-BD. £525 —MT KOSKILL, 2 minutes from °7 2d section—A Teal nice House of o rooms; washhouse. c, t.; bathroom p s.; volcanic section, 59 x 150 ft. Terms arranged. £7?; PER ACRE-—PAPATOITOL—IOi * ,v Acres of real beautiful soil; five minutes from railway station; all fenced; two good wells on same; real first-class' Terms arranged. ■PI 00 CASH—DOMINION-RD., MT. cW - LVV EDEN.—An almost new 8-roomed House; washhouse. c, t.; bathroom, p., s.; hot and c. water; nice section, 40 x 130 ft! Price, £750. Balance, easy terms. A?q9pr—GLENMORE.—A neat House of ■^' f AJtJ 4 rooms: pantry, scullery, etc.; washhouse, c, t.; now let at 12/ per week; cheap. Terms. 4?PTA CASH, balance at 10/ per week—MT *"" ROSKILL—A beautiful Volcanic Section of 50 x 180 ft. Close to tram. Price, f175. FARMS, HOUSES, and SECTIONS for Sale in all localities. /•>EO. TTATCHER, LAND AGENT AND VALUER, EDEN TERRACE. M 162 .p-jKA CASH—MT. EDEN.—Superior om/XOXJ Modern Dwelling, 6 large rooms, square bay windows, 3 verandahs, Bft hall, j steel ceilings; pantry, scullery, bathroom with porcelain bath; hot water to bath, hand-basin .and sink. P.w.c. septic tank.'i House on stone foundations, volcanic section, I 75 by 132; 1 minute from car. A well-' finished house. Price £875. 119 ■p-lAA CASH—Few minutes Ponsonby- i wJ-uv road.—New House 5 rooms, bath-1 room, pantry scullery, washhouse, copper and tubs, with concrete floor. Fixtures for p.w.c; gas and water; level section. Con-1 crete paths. Price £460; bargain. 121' f? fiOK— MT. EDEN.—Modern Dwelling, 7 c&\L£l*> r ooms, bathroom, pantry, scullery, fixed cupboards and wardrobes, Venetian blinds, bay window; beautifully painted and' papered throughout ; 2 minutes from 2d. car,- and 0 minutes from Symonds-street Id. section. Nice allotment- 48 FARM AT PAPATOETOE. — 95 Acres really rich, volcanic soil; All ln grass and wheat and oat stubble. Owner will put stubble into new grass. House 7 rooms, cowshed with concrete floor; large implement shed, stable, etc., close creamery and school and railway. This Is an excellent Dahy and Cropping Farm, and is.well worth Inspection. Price reduced. to £27 10/ an acre. Terms can be arranged. 121 G. M. ]£ IRKCALI >T, HOBSON BUILDINGS. FORT-ST. JgAST AND T£ AST. DEVONPORT.— We are instructed to Sell , a Gentleman's .Residence in one of the Best Positions In this desirable tea-side borough. House 7 rooms; one of the bea* built places on the North Shore; «rery convenience. Terms to suit buyer. Price. £800. ' TgIAST AND JjJAST. OPPOSITB G.P.O. M 10» ' 'l

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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