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AUCTIONS. j gAMUEL /COCHRANE & CON, T TD. _. t- 7 mo-MORROW, AT 2 P.M. | Under Instructions From Owner. IFRBEHOED PROPERTY, NORTHCOTE. i PRINCES-ST., NORTHCOTE—6-ROQMED HOUSE, in good repair (detached washhouse; 66ft frontage to Prinfes-st.; water, frontake at back. Splendid view city and ' harbour; good anchorage for yacht. Best site in district. ONLY THREE MINUTES FROM WHARF. Title: Land Transfer. , QAMUEL /COCHRANE & CON, T TD. gAMUEL r-tOCHRANE & QON, T TD. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), APRIL 14, At 2 p.m. Uuder instructions from Owner. ! FRF.EHOLD PROPERTY. NORTHCOTE. PRINCES-ST.. NORTHCOTE—6-ROOM-ED HOUSE, in good repair (detached washhonse): 6fift frontage to Princes-st.; water frontage at back. Splendid view city and harbour; good anchorage for yacht site in district. ONLY 3 MINUTES FROM WHARF. Title: Land Transfer. QAMUEL /COCHRANE & QON, X TD. A. H. .TONES, Auctioneer. TpRIDAT, A PRIL "J g 1009, AT 13 NOON SHARP. /CENTRAL A LLOTMENT. QNEHUNGA— /CHOICE A LLOTMENT. ■jl/TE J mHORNES "Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale i Rooms, S3, Queen-street, EMILY PLACE, ClTY—Grand Freehold Allotment, having 100 ft, to Emily Place; suitable for Factory, Warehouse, Mill or Large Boardinghouse. Splendid views, and close to Fort-street. L.T. Title. Also, GREY-STREET, ONEHUNGA—FreehoId Level Allotment. 66ft, by 165 ft.. close to trams; extensive views; rich volcanic soil. NOTE TERMS—OnIy 10 per cent on fall of'bammer; balance at 5 per cent. Full particulars of the Auctioneer, J mHORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. TpRIDAY, A PRIL "| g 1903, AT 12 NOON SHARP. IVTT. rpDEN, TJOAD, 5 E- OOMSpABK J>OAD T£AST, g T>OOMS.' M X ' 3 mHORNES Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale Rooms, 83, Queen-street, CORNER NORMANBY ROAD AND EDEN STREET, MT. EDEN—Verandah Cot-| tage, 5 rooms, iron roof, gas and water, gas stove, nice hall; washhouse, c. and t., allot. 66 feet by 100 feet; garden, fruit trees, fowlhouse and run, etc Also, "DARK ROAD EAST, PARNELL—House, -*- 6 rooms, besides scullery and bathroom; iron roof; washhouse, with copper; range, etc.; level allotment, 33 feet by 110 feet. Full particulars and cards to view of Auctioneer. T mHORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. JpRIDAY, APRIL -t g AT 12 NOON SHARP. £KJAR pLACE—COMPACT RESIDENCE, 6 ROOMS. ]y["R. T mHORNES Will Sell by Auction at the Land Sale Rooms, S3, Queen-st.. T IGAR PLACE, close to Grafton Bridge— -M. Well-situated Corner Allotment, with 40ft frontage to Ligar Place, commanding most extensive and magnificent views. The Residence has 7 rooms, two of which are 22ft by 13ft, besides bathroom and scullery; detached wash-house, copper, tubs, and water; patent w.c; tarred and sanded paths._ Only Jlmin. from Grafton Bridg:e. Great "prospective value. T mHORNES, S3, QUEEN-ST. F RIDAY, A PRIL 16> AT 12 NOON SHARP. GRAHAM-iST., rUTY—CHOICE RESIDENCE. TVTR. T mHORNES Instructed by Owner, who is leaving for England, will Sell by Auction at the " Land Sale Rooms, S3, Queen-st., f)A GEAHAM-ST, OITY—WeII-built —'"» Family Residence of 8 rooms, besides bathroom and washhonse; good timber, and well finished all through; bathroom has shower and plunge, califont, and lavatory; patent w.c; range, bay window, tiled hearths,, cupboards, linen press, verandah and balcony, and all modern conveniences. Grand allotment, with beautiful views. . Specially suitable for Good Class Boardinghouse Cards to view of the Auctioneer. T mHORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. •jpBIDAY, APRIL -1 g AT 12 NOON SHARP. ■pjrOIJSE, g "DOOMS, T INCOLN QI TITR T rpHORNES Instructed by the owner, who is leaving for -Sydney, will Sell by Auction, at the Land Sale Rooms, 83, Queen-st., 9 LINCOLN-STREET, Ponsonby. close to * Ponsonby-rd., neat verandah House oC 6 rooms, bathroom, washhouse with'copper and tubs; gas, water; Iron roof; all in good order and; condition. Practically without reserve. Full particulars of the Auctioneer— T mHORNES, 83, QUEEN-ST. G. B. O 5 M ° * D ' Acting under instructions received from the Owner, who is leaving the district, will Sell by Public Auction at his Rooms, 159, Queen-st, next to National Bant, on TI7EDNESDAY, APRIL 90 AT 3 P.M., ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE, mHAT MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY J - KNOWN AS " WiBITBY VILLA," SITUATED IN HAMILTON-BD., FIRST ON THE LEFT OFF JERVOIS-R.D., PONSONBY. Tine residence contains 7 large rooms, wide entrance hall, conservatory, pantry, scullery, bathroom, califont, storeroom, and all -necessary conveniences; verandah on two sides. The timber is guaranteed all heart of kauri, and the foundations are of brick. The outhouses comprise coachhouse, stable, and summerhouse. There is nearly ONE ACRE OF LAND, having a frontage of 132 ft to -Hamilton-rd., by a dearth of 267 ft lOin southern boundary and 271 ft 3in on northern boundary, being Lot 22, subdivision of Allot. 8, section 8, suburbs of Auckland. The grounds axe the most picturesque In Ponsonby, and are laid out In beautiful lawns, garden, a number of magnificent full grown English and native trees, also splendid orchard. The soil has been well worked, and is very (productive. Splendid-views of the harbour. Suitable for subdividing into three good sections. Gr B- QSMOND, 'AUCTIONEER. ,IS9_ tXMt $* Kftttaal _»____.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909

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