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. ~.„,..;-, i-ost: SAKE. r? -i prrw . CASH—MT. EDEN.—Superior oiXt/vJ Modern Dwelling, 6 large rooms, square bay windows, 3 verandahs, Bft hall, steel ceilings; pantry, scullery, bathroom with porcelain bath; hot water yto bath, hand-basin and sink. P.w.c, septic taut. House on stone foundations, volcanic section, 73 by 132; 1 minute from car. A wellfinished house. Price £875. 119 -P "1 00 CASH—Few minutes PonsonbyS^xUU roa^. —New House 5 rooms, bathroom, pantry, scullery, washhouse, copper and tubs, with concrete floor. Fixtures for p.w.c; gas and water; level section. Concrete paths. Price £460; bargain. 121 X?<?OK—MT. EDEN.—Modem Dwelling, 7 o*i\}£itJ rooms, bathroom, pantry, scullery, fixed cupboards and wardrobes, Venetian blinds, bay window; beautifully painted and papered throughout ; 2 minutes from 2d. car, and G minutes from Symonds-street Id. section. Nice allotment. 48 FARM AT PAPATOETOE. — 95 Acres really rich volcanic soil. All In 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 Dairy and Cropping Farm, and is well worth inspection. Price reduced to £27 10/ an acre. Terms can be arranged. 121 O" M "X" IKK - CAL:p Y, HOBSON BUILDINGS, FORT-ST. Jj AKB rnAKAPUNA. Go and Get Pure Air at Lake Takapuna. LAND CAN NOW BE SECURED AT LOYv PRICES. The New Tramway will send up Values Three Hundred per cent. Hauraki-rd., near the beach, is the Favourite Spot. SECURE A SECTION NOW. NAPIER AND SMITH, Victoria Arcade. -yALUABLE T>ROPERTY Tj^Oß gALE. We have for Sale In Rlchmond-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 adapt- i ed 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 ■pWINGTON AND T>AKER, PREMIER BUILDINGS, CORNER OF QUEEN-ST. AND DURHAMST., Nest above Stewart Dawson and Co. J AND, 4 VONDALE. ABOUT 1 MILE FROM STATION. OVER pTA ACRES, Subdivided into Sections as'follows:— 3 acres 2 roods 39 perches. £150 3 „ 2 „ 30 „ £150 3 „ 2 „ 39 „ £150 3 „ 2 „ 37 „ £150 4 ~ 1 » -i „ £390, with house 4 „ 1 „ 4 „ £210 7 „ 1 „ 21 „ £300 4 „ 0 „ 32 „ £300 9 „ 2 „ 32 „ £825, with house. 5 ~ 3 „ 16 „ £300 Prices and full particulars on application to m "O /"ILAY, ESTATE AGENT, 12, HIS MAJESTY'S ARCADE. M6S . -i- : i TSABYLON T7ILAT. THE CHEAPEST PROPERTY UNSOLD. AC) ACRES, CARRYING OA COWS. This Grand Little Farm is situated on the best part of this wonderful Flat, and is distant only li mile from station, creamery, and -township. There is a new dwelling of 7 rooms and numerous outbuildings. NOTE.—Making due allowance for improvements, we estimate that the owner's price is quite £7 per acre 'below the real value of the property. Apply to C. AIOKIN AND SON, H.M. ARCADE. M 9 yODE /CHOICE. CJHEEP "JgUN OR "pVARM. THIS FINE PROPERTY. SUITABLE FOR EITHER. 560 ACEES -£2OOO--(480 Freehold; 80 Leasehold, at 25/ per annumj. "For the money, the best property iv the Kaipora," 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 'the property slopes to the north, and is bordered by a rich Kahikatea flat of about 100 acres. 280 acres are grassed 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 bails), stable, coachhouse, machine shed, separator room, sheep peus, etc. Inspect this fine property. It will suit anyone who appreciates GOOD VALUE FOR MONE"£. C. AICKIN AND SON, H.M. ARCADE. . MS MONEY TO LEND. MONEY to Lend. Several sums to lend on approved security.—Devore, Martin, and Prendergast, Solicitors, Legal Chambers, WyndiianiTSt; ONE V.—You can Borrow Money on First and Second Mortgages, Shares, or other approved security, from C. K. Williamson and Co., ITort-st., next G.P.O. 0 YOU WANT MONEY?—We have Large and Small Sums to Lend on Mortgage, at Very Low Kate of interest.— Ewington and Baker, Estate Agents. M~ ONEY LENT on Jewellery, Watches, Plate, Clothing, Tools, Sewing Machines, Pianos, etc. All transactions strictly confidential.—"THE DOMBAKD," Wellesley-st., oppo. Public Library. OKEY TO LEND on Approved Freehold Securities in sums of from £50 upwards.—Apply W. S. Cochrane, Diocesan Office, 40, Shortland-st. MONEY LENT on Prom. Notes, or Build. Society's Shares, on Life Ins. Policies, or on Furniture, without removal. Business strictly confidential.—"THE L.OM31, Wellesley-st., oppo. Public Library. IVTONEY TO LEND ON MORTGAGE FIRST-CLASS FREEHOLD SECURITIES W. COLEMAN, Solicitor and Notary Public, 109, Queen-st. TX7E have Trust Moneys to Lend at Low » »' Rates of Interest on Mortgage Security. -pAEU AND -DLOMFIBiI), ' SOLICITORS, VICTORIA ARCADE. MONEY TO LEND, AT A MODERATE RATE OF INTEREST. Apply JACKSON AND RUSSELL, SOLICITORS, SHORTLAND-ST. WE HAVE MONEY TO LEND ON iIOKTGAGE, First or Second. SHEARER AND EASTGAGB, '"Security," QUEEN-ST. "--'--'. M 422 MONEY,; TO LEND ON APPROVED SECURITY. , "TT p JJICHMOND, BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, ,",.'i " HaU ol Commerce, High-st. ! M4U

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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