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'■' W ( C n^^£!° m fage " "" SL-r— 7r~7 r neK Set of Harness and. ? ffiS* 3 -Jackson, Otahnhn. L* Grocer's Covered Delivery 'fr Iw* Beo - Moo ? y, Onelioii » a ' 70 S, l' riS Furnished House, 6 rooms, Office. : tzK-to* Cart, £13 10/; B.F. t las iA , r '3 £13 10/; Harness, £4 10/; £3 10/, new.-itorler, £ English Piano; Tiwksfew months.back; specially *-PJS $*> 12. VlctorU &msPf%- ThnSday afternoon. 133 * 5-womed House, wash-house; °- m Price, £575.—F0r appoint--5 25, Star Office. t TO gaUons uaily; horse, InOO D ninsUs, etc; good shop antt a. 1-P and Payne. 106 *J It^nnp— Nice Piece of Laud, 172 links 3 IJi atar Omce. 18 a irstures, and all Utensils ? 1 »i«h and Supper, and living rooms; 51* lo i|for tomeuilte sale and removal. V 1 r M«eS' s ' l67 ' e^"' st - — ■ irtfjcable Fish and Sup- * I very central; takings, £16 *-■ JStIT- rent. 22/6; i> living rooms; £42 8I * jffi"' ng^-g^ SSKr ' S ' 1CT ' Queen - St - m I IfeDEPOSIT - 20/ weekly;' interest L I "DO and repayment; i> rooms, bath, " ionces; Giey Lynn; exceptionally v ■"fa , ? 8 !! *jj4o. Chrisrie, Swausou-et. 120 I — 22/6 weekly; interest i fDU ana principal; 6 rooms; all posI fue'conveniences; Kingsland terminus; 4 rift ■— Cbastie'B. Swanson-stu 120 ■V f;i)«"—6-roomed bay-window Cottage"; 1 Xi oiML*6Ult frontage; 6 doors from i Jl -,.- ! S'at £430.-C. H. Williamson andI xrzf corxa.t.ii In ponson«y — i iA moms scailery, bath, washhouse; al-(|jJt,«S-i»ntage. &&. £35 cash, balance sB^rxAUE—CITY.—4 rooms and scullery; *MC corner position; just off Wellington-st. MOUNT EDEN.—6 rooms; ■•,'Ji, section level land: near main * Xl S railway bridge. £500. iW C°V Wfl-LIAJISU-N AND CO., fSgoigca Buildings, S'nortland and Fort sts. BrjfTEDEX— Choice Residence ot S IBM rooms; large section land, in garden, etc: iTn<" from trams. £1200. Villa of 7 rooms; allot., tmiSrc frontage: harbour views; one mm. '■&s*s!!&££' EOCKY NOOK-Cot-m'Muze of 5 large rooms; bath, washmost desirable, healthy position. ! |(V'B ; W I]jIJA^ISOS AXt> C 0 ", I• ' * "hOBSOX BIiDGS.. I SHOETLAND AND FORT STS. 130 l ; n : lEB0DR VIEW, PONSONBY.—House, ■ ID. 6 rooms and all modern conveniences; ■ (life-, *k-» action, 40 x 160; stands high; .■Sljjjdy laid - ont and close to city. £700. '■■J'". C, J. OWEN, B Union Sank Buildings, V'ictoria-st M 256 ■ 'V'KA- DEPOSIT —li-IN(iSLASD.—New 6- :■-' fcO" roomea Villa; every convenience; irrolisMfl iand; 1 minute from tram fo9y. ■■, J r iUU . (40S) 5 C. J. OWEN, I '- rnion Bank Buildings, Victoria-st. M 256 I ifflT GEOBGE'S BAY-BD., PARNELII 11(5 .-A-VEBI DESIBAISLB FREEHOLD B .-.-■ PROPERTY. ■ First-class position; Residence of 6 rooms, ■ let at £1 per week, and giounds, having I Sront£fe to: St George's Bay-rd. of 116 ft ■ b? ideptb of 210 ft Land Transfer Title. I Prlre iEUSO. Terms. A Cheap Property. I mHOS. "p /^AHILL, I ■"' QUEEX-ST., opp. Fort-st. I T^PSOM I (10 mlnntes from Newmarket). I ■.■-. PHICB REDUCED TO £440—WELLR Bim/r HOUSE, 5 rooms, bathroom, sculI iHj, washhuuse, workshop; allotment, Si s I J2IS. fasy terms. [ -ITtHOS. -p QAHILL, iBCCEfSTEBET (OPP. FOKT-SIKEET). |.i™.-..-;■;■•' " -■ ■ '■■'■ -■■■'."'■ M 69. iAEACONGA ESTATE, near Bemuera ii Sation" 1 - 2 Desirable Residence Sites, a l<j-398ft each. Good view and position. .lot prices. 7TIHOS. "pi rjAHILLt QUEENf-ST., opp. Fort-st. ' ■pHUJERA —5 minutes from cars ■ — For ' *i> Sale, Orsiei-rd-, next above Orakel I Estrte — 6 acres, with extensive frontage bto OraSeirrd.,. well built Residence of Sβ ■] rooms, eta, and ontbuildings; good sea J view,,nice position and surronndings; would j siMrriae to suit purchasers. Price and parj ticnlars, from mHOS. "pp QUEEyr-ST., gpp. Fort-st. - TrXJHEV — Adjoiiing station — 25 miles e4v North of Auckland — 300 acres, part pr grass; subdivided to suit purchasers; ]peek and road frontage; low prices; easy ftmus; suitable for dairy or poultry farm. Jiotlcs on property. ■r£Bo§ jp QAEILht . QTJEEX--ST-, opp. Fort>st. WH SALB, CLYDE-ST, / EPSOM — : --* p..Minßtes from cars) i- Well-built of 6-rooms, bathroom, etc.; every coßjemeiMS: Corner Allotmeiii. 50 x 100 ft; price £750. Jfotice on pro- ■ rpHOS, Tfl /SAHILL, <JUEEN-ST., opp.-'/Fort-st ~; L I.OST AJTO FOTTNT). TOST, Tuesday, Norfncote Ferry, Lady's «£ Tnrae : Jbot- and silver; reward.—Star ; ; -; 135 T.OST, on Monday nijht, on railway wharf, M Scarf Pin.—Applr Ford Hill, Fruiterer, ;" TjOST, Lower Hepburn and Plcton-streets, *f. Brown Fur wi/h pearl clasps.—lieward, gar Office. . " , g4 T,°J T . Monday,'. Gold Brooch, amythist, Grifton-rd. and Shelly Beach. KFOBsonby 131, Grafton-rd - 67 T.OST Thursiay last, from s.s. Orewa iv (Artie's Jay trip) Locked Brown Lea--s?f«? a ? l^rand Cont ents; reward.—Ap--TjOST, Tuesday afternoon, in or near rr.-Qneeasi., Gold Brooch, three pearls ggllal^ce 1163 " e^^-Hewarj WSTI Person who took hand bag by mis- .■.'!_■ Mie.en Monday off Wafcatere tindJv Beynoids and Co., KarangalapeTOST, Ea.ster Monday, between Kinffsand St Heller's; Gold Safety-pin SWffl set diamonds and ruby.—Reward ' !~v&ilean-lane. . . j^ Quartz PenfetT •w on front.—Finder will receive on returning to D. Jlorag.^in, Z 96 JU^k^l^ 7 ' Albert Part, SilverrSe; name of owner lnside - ?tS Mes « h " e contents if purse return: Jto Jies s rs. Bond and Bell,. Commerce-st ■_■ - '■ ■.■■'• ■ '- ■ O7 "Brown Puppy, short te 0 *!??&£?<■ fVtolhorse model). G ..Holl^^^^^ e Some Belle T,JI Pony. Mare, to O. Nicholson! TtcJSh Eeward on return xuuuison, Hctoria-avemie, Mt.Eden. - ' -~ • - ■-. "-**"» 127 route. ChelB FLAKNEL, ' best BEmrMi%.« a £ BUSHBROOK AND BfflDGMAJrs..Open on Saturday nntU .8

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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