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_ ■■■ y/jTOlt.. BAXJE. : ,_ ■ / FOB BALE, National Cash Rerlster.-A&p- . ply., W. Stevenii, Khybee Pass. 30 10R SALE, a new Set" of Harness and Bulky.—H. Jackson, Otanuhu. "POB SALE, Grocer's Covered' Delivery •»•. Van—Apply Geo;jMoody, Onehunga. 70 FOB SALE, Fii?n~iib.ed~Hbuse, ~6 ~ ro6ms, „ conveniences; low rent; Upper Vln-cent-st.— Apply "Star" Office. XJIOB SAIiB, New Styles In 2 and 4-wheeled -i- Vehicles; excellent value.—Cousins and Cousins, Ltd., Cpachbutlderd, Lbrne-at IMJR SALE, a Quantity, of New Joinery and Bui Idem , Ironmongery; 20 per cent discount.—Apply Business, Devonport P.O. TJIOR SALE or To Let* Good Property, 22i ■a. ncres. Cottage; fenced; cleared. £800 —Apply F. C. Grattan* Owner, Avondale South. . ; • 43 ■pOB . BALE, prlratelyi FIREPHOOF •1- SAFES, In all sizes, by best English makers.—Louis Lewis, Auctioneer, Vlctorlast. East. ]M 207 IV>R SALE, fine upstanding Hack, aiid English Hunting Saddle; would ttiake first class matoli carriage horse.—s2. Johnst., Ponsotfby. 9 OR SALE, Strong B.P. Gig, seat 3; • Staunch Sound Pony and Harness; cheap, or will separate.—H. Littlewood, Tonson Garllck's. 74 FOU SALE, Gent.'c ffree-wieel two roller lever rim ■brakes, all tools; Maker's guarantee unexplred.—Address ■Sacrifice. 490, Star Office. 7, FOB SALE, Waiiganui-avenue, Ponsonby, Neat 5-roomed House, wash-hoiise; allot./ 40 x 112. Price, £575.—F0r appointment, write "Near," 25, Star OfHee. SAiDE, ;£SO <rash, new 4-roomed Cot--T tage, 'bath, scullery, tub 3, gas; Eden Terrace; now empty; balance 15/ weekly. Price £350.—Reply R-, 437, Star Office. 4 FOB SALE, Dairy Business, doing 60 gallons daily; Two Dandles, Shop ■Fittings, and all necessary Cans. Price, £200.—Reply, by letter to Dairy, 457, Star Office. 39 TfOR SALE, splendid Cow; immediate pro- •*- fit; In calf to champion Jersey bull Duke of Westminster.—Harrison and Grattan, Winners North Island Competition, Avondale South. 3l TjSf" for~®ale, cheap. D.8j8.L., gun and cleaning rod.—Apply A. J. 'Hurndall, iHitiinliton-rd., Ponsonby. 26 •\7'A!LUAj'BL,E Piano, genuine Old GrandV father's Clock, and superior Furniture, •etc., will 'be Auctioned by Louis Lewis at Sir. Blyth's residence oa Monday, 19th ■March. 25 FURNITURE, Fixtures, and all Utensils for Fish and Supper, and living rooms; price, £15, for Immediate sale and removal. —Prosser'e 107, Queeu-st. , 82 BLL-ESTAB. Prohxable ITlsh and Supper Rooms; very central; takings, £10 10/ weekly; rent. 22/6; 5 living rooms; £42 10/ everything.— Pressor's. 167, Queen-st. 83 FOR PBIVATE SALE. The Well-known Thoroughbred Gelding TNGLIS, 5 years, by Hotcbkiss — Lady Marion. For further particulars, regarding past performances and present engagements, apply to A. HANSON, Brlghton-rd., oft Domlnionrd., Mt. Rosklll. 28 TCT O B SALE, KELVIN MARINE OIL ENGINES for Reliability, Simplicity, and Economy. LEO. A. WALSH, Sole Agent, Wyndham-st. ■p O B SALE. KELVIN MARINE ENGINES No Ignition Troubles, No Cranking. with KELVIN ENGINES. i LEO. A. WALSH, Sole Agent, Wyndham-st. M 419 VTf A N T B D, LAUNCH OWNERS AND BUYERS to Inspect KELVIN ENGINES. LEO. A. WALSH, Sole Agent, Wyndham-st. Tj! O B SALE. FRUIT AND GREENGROCERY BUSINESS IN PARNELL. A Good and Prosperous Business on the Manukau-rd., Parnell. Very satisfactory reasons for selling. Must be Sold. Owner leaving the district. No reasonable offer refused. Apply, at once, ROUNTREB AND COi, Real Estate Agents Hobsou Bldgs, Shortland-st., City. ONSONBY—House, 4 rooms; bathroom, etc.; garden; all In nice order. Price, £425. Terms.—HlPKlNS AND MADILL,' Exchange-lane, opp. Fort-st. (544) MIOO V« f»A DEPOSIT, MT. ROSKILL.—New 5cS/UVJ roomed House near trams. Bath, w.U., Bal. £500 as rent. WALTER TAYLOR, 27, Shortland-street. M 343 rjOOKB AND "DUDDLE, 76, VICTORIA ARCADE, HAVE FOB SALE— -VTOBTHCOTE.—Choice Buildlns Section, corner Stafford-JT. aud Richmoudavenue; about 70 x 150; £3 a foot; close to beach. KBMTJERA, WestboTjme-road.—New up-to-date Villa, 6 rooms, bathroom; Venetians; calif out; detached \yaslihouse; section; 85 x 130. £850. REMUERA, Hobson«plaee, off Victoriaavenue.—New, well built House, 6 • rooms, bathroom, washhouse; section, 174 s 132, with two road frontages. Very cheap at £650. MT. ROSKILL.—KIne 3-acre Sections; handy to tram; £180 to £200 per acre. Only 10 per cent deposit required if pur: chaser builds. /""kNEHUNGA.—House, 7 rooms, BeachV r<l; i-acre section. £250. One-third cash. PONSONBY.— Neat Cottage, Brown-st., 4 rooms, bathroom, scullery; iv nice order; section, 40 x 100.. £405. MT. ROSKILL.—Cheap Sections. 50 x 143; close to tram terminus. £2 a foot. One-third cash. - MGS « fiHAS. TjUBRELL, LAND AND ESTATE AGEINT. ARCHITECT AND VALUER, GROUND FLOOR, HOBSON BUILDINGS, FOUST-ST. Telephone 2814. Q DAA — CLONBUEN-RD.. BBMUEEA*OUU New, well-built House of 7 large rooms; all convenience's, bathroom. It. aud c. water, p.w.c., etc*; friezes; Improved grounds; w.h., copper, tubs. "Large Section. Terms. 87 o—//> PER Near t> I / V/Beach —Splendid' Level Elevated Section, CG x 198. Trams will pass within 50 yai!d3. 2d section. Terms: Half caih, balance' 5 per cent' '77 r? fiOK—<iREY LYNN—Splendid lnvest3J\J4O meht—New frrooiued 'House and conveniences; hot and cold water, etc. Section 40 x'l32* with two extra sections, 47 x 132 each; room to build two more houses.' •' 76 jp fiKA—GREAT NOBTH-Rp.—SPLEN-*fV Ut DID OPPORTIIiNiTY—New Shop and Dwelling, 2 plate glass fronts,; built on good corner section, 63ft frontage; 'suit any business. ' (79) jpQHA WINCHESTER-ST., NEWcVUW TQN _ Workman's Cottage, 4 rooms and , leun-to, with, copper. ' 96 r?KRrv—SHOP AND DWELLING—Good J~)tJ*J\J bppo I corner section; suit any business. ' > 93 £? fiOK—ARDMORE-RD.. . PONSONBY— cw viAJti New -WeM-buiit House of 5 large, rooms and convenienqes, modern finish; friezes; level section, drained. "' •'' ' S9 T>LANS PKEI'AKED for Intending Bulld- *■> era. M 123

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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