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WENZL'; I&HQLLUM, 4? - FOB SALE, 'in bit. Ederii lniln =~iy'" from car, omins from Id section, a CASH GROCERY STORE, with Dwellinghouse containing S. bedrooms, diningroom. sittln'erooin,- kitchen, "and detached washhouse; large corner allotment. The stock Vα. etore to >be taken at cost price (about £40 or £50). • Cash takings £8 to filler week. Tie. reason, for .selling, owner took 111' In Australia, and 'can't return to Auckland. This Is tite cheapest property offered for "-a •longtime. ■ Jγ? §1 .<?OQA—ST. GEORGE'S Cottage of 4 rooms; a great bargain. For further particulars apply. NB 31 X? OKA—EPSOM—House or 7 rooms, fincWUu " islied in very best style, -with-all conveniences, ?as, h. and c. ■ water; grounSa nicely laid out. Allotment 75 x US; L.3.'. title. C 257 QA ACRES in TVade Disti-iet; rich, alluvial oa: flat; one of the finest truit farms in the province; all fenced und su'bdivlded. .House of 6 rooms, concrete fruit house. 'Deep water frontage. Steamer daily. Price £850; easy terms. '" F4lO 1 "MAKE KNOWN TOUR! WANTS." ' WENZL SCHOLLTIFM: 18-20, ;Royal insurance (Next Town Clock),, QTJEEN-ST., ATJGKXjAJID. '" . 'Phone 1536. Telegraphic Address: "SchcJlum, AticilanHl , *' v"< - ai3M ALiEBT ; W o -OLAiK HOBSON BUILDINGS (Ground Floor), SHOKTLAND-ST. .._..! £?(lt\fl— THE MOST UP-TO-DATE THfA 3iDUU ROOMS IN AUCKLAND, 9 rooms, beautifully appointed; no goodwill. Only cost of furniture. £?Aflf\ — DEVONPORT—6-roomed Cot tage. near. Cheltenham Beach; excellent condition. SECTION, NEAR CHELTENHAM BEACH,' 70 x 140.. Offerr wanted. jp QOK—DEVONPORT '— ' 5-rdoined Cot-d**J-*O tage. in good orj?er. Melrose. i MT9 SCHOFiELB a HENLEY OPPOSITE CENTBAt HOTEL, -yiCTORIA-«T., ■"'"' T3ONSONBT. SENTINEL-ROAD.— Splendia water view; .Jouse, 8 rooms and general conveniences; level allot., 66 x 176. Price, . £SSO; will consider taking a siiiall house property in part payment say £150 cash, balance as rent, £S?S. .. • A NGLESEA-STJEBSS.—S?.ouS,e of 5 rooms; ■£*■ gas stove: a& allot.. S7-.X 126. Price, fAS. I—y? «=*aas (333) HERNE BAZsryMssssi Bsw House of. 1 large and ksgr teoas; p.w.c; hot and cold water tinraTisfeoat; porcelain bath; 2ia doors and morticed loess; all linings T. and G.; high atd healthy position. Price, £1300, with 80ft frontage, or will sell with 40ft frontage with house, for ££00; depth of section 120£t (355) MT. EDEN—£SO cash.—New 6-roomed Villa, with every modem converifencas h. and c. water; p.w.c; sepdc tank; steel ceilings; washhouse. copper and tubs; ga* and coal fire; good papers and friezes; level allot.; rich volcanic soil; high positloiu Price, £775. (354) - MT. ED-EN—£so Cash, 2 minutes fr6m main road.—House, of !6 rooms;- wit-i every modern convenience; h. and. q. w.ater; p.w.c.; verandah back and front'; level ai- , lot, free from stone, 50 x 132. Price, £650; (264) M 313 J. JONES, AUCTIONEER, "VICTORIA AiST) T OENB QTS. AUCKLAND. AVONDALE — £1300 — The Ideal Spot of Avrndale — Charming position; 5J acres rich level land; House, 6 rooms, pantry, modern conveniences, stable, coach" house, loft, harness room, bedroom, covr shed, piggeries, fowl runs, paths tarred and sanded. This property is worth' inspection. KENILWORTH ESTATE, Mt. Roskill— Allotments, level volcanic; £10 deposit, £10 in 3 months, £5 in 6 and 13 months, balance 3 years, 5 per cent. LEITH HAX.I* ESTATE, close to Domin-ion-rd. and Kingsland cars; Allotment, £10 cash, £10 in 3 months, balance ttfreai years. EMMA-ST., Mt. Roskill, 3 minutes froni car —. 6 rooms, bath, scullery, etc.; faithfully built House; all conveniences; £600. ; ■ KING EDWARD-ST., MT. ROSKILL, 3 " very nice volcanic Allotments; £2 15/T per ft. PAICE'.S-A VENUE, close to Kihgsland-rd.,, Splendid Cottage, 5 rooms, bath, scullery, washhouse, copper, tubs; Allot. 50 x, 150; £430. PAICE'S-AVENUE — Allotment 50 X 153; £1 12/ per ft. ' ' "' PUKEKOHE EAST — £15 per acre '—. Fine Property, 176 acres rich, level, and undulating loamy land; 2 miles from station; 90 acres new grass; 22 acres in turnips; House, 6 rooms, cowshed, 19 bails; barn 45 by 25; stable, 4 stalls .and loosr> boxes. This is a splendid property, and worthy of inspection. Very easy terms. MlB9 EGGS. EGGS. EGGS. EGGS are getting dearer every recurring Season, and likely to continue so doing. This extremity is our opportunity. We have just the very thing you want. "GARLAND'S EGG POWDER" is not the old-fashioned, article, but something new and improved, a really wonderful preparation, its action on Cakes, Puddings, etc., renders them light and digestible, resembling the Egg in erery particular. It. is generally acknowledged to be the only real substitute for Egg yet discovered. Can be had of all Grocers throughout the Dominion. You must be sure and ask for "GARLAND'S EGG POWDER" and don't be put off with any other brand. ''GARLAND'S * EGG POWDER" A Sixpenny Tin eqnal to 4 dozen Eggs. Ml3B lUHOLEUiS, I CABPETS, J CURTAINS. r*7E ARE SHOWING A | '* NEW RANGE 08 , I THE AB'OVB GOODS; \ (PRICES RIGHT, | .T.&;HvG9OKE,tJBj fPSCTIOIf .--5 "I ANB 0 B "",gf § -~ ."J

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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