- AUCTIONS NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MEBCAXTtt r AGENCT COMPANY, LTD., aE AUCKLAND. PAEROA CATTLE. MONDAY, JULY 30, AT 11.30 A.M. 250 HEAD CATTLE, including:—Account Dor**, Bros.: 20 Choice Dairy Cows, mostly 2ndcak£? 20 Jersey and Jersey-cross Heifers, calved =„,! c.t.p. Account H. Ashton: 12 Jersey Cows cahSS and c.t.p. Account H. Ashton: 12 Jersev iw? calved and c.t.p.; 3 Yearling Heifers. AcSmi L. J. Shaw, Komata: 130 S.M. Romney Eweskmh ing to Romney rams. Account clients: 1 Two-vpa?" old Filly, Lurina—lsaac mare; 1 Hi-year well Sheep Dog; 1 Massey-Harris Mower. Acermn? client: 1 Three-year Boy's Pony, fool-proof-. Truck of Farmers' Timber. Set 12-blade Di«i Harrows, 3 Factory-made Pig Houses, 50 Totara Posts. 500 Kauri Battens. 250 ft 3 ,iin Pipineo Sets Teat Cups. Entries solicited. LIST OF COUNTRY SALES. AUGUST. WEDNESDAY, Ist.—WHATORO (Clearing Halaccount R. L. Nllsson). THURSDAY, 2nd—MANGAWHARE (Pig), puke. FRIDAY. 3rd—PAPAKURA (Dairy). MAUNGA TUROTO (Clearing Sale, account Williams). MONDAY, 6th—PAEROA (Pig). WAIUKU (P(„i HEREKINO, MANGAWHARE (Cattle) PAERoa (Dairy), PAPAKURA. FRIDAY, 10th—PAPAKURA (Dairy). WAIUKn (Dairy), WARKWORTH. u MONDAY. 13th—MAUNGAKARAMEA, MAUNGA TUROTO (Pig), PAEROA (Cattle). TUESDAY, 14th—WAIOTIRA, KAUKAPAKAPA. WEDNESDAY, 15th—ARAPOHUE, NGATEA. THURSDAY. 16th—MANGAWHARE (Pig). PUKF KOHE, KAIHU. FRIDAY, 17th—PAPAKURA (Dairy), WAIUKn (Cattle), KIRIKOPUNI. MONDAY, 20th—PAEROA (Pis), WAIUKU (Picl TUESDAY, 21st — MANGAWHARE (Cattle ' PAFROA fDairv) FRIDAY, 24th —' MAUNGATUROTO (Cattle) PAPAKURA. PUKEKOHE (Horse). ' MONDAY, 27th—MAUNGATUROTO (Pig), PAEROA (Cattle). FAPAKURA (Bull). TUESDAY, 28th—KAUKAPAKAPA. THURSDAY, 30th—MANGAWHARE (Pig), PUKE. KOHE. FRIDAY, 31st —PAPAKURA (Dairy). WESTFIELD FAT STOCK EVERY WEDNESDAY. WESTFIELD STORE AND DAIRY EVERY THURSDAY. 28 FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1945, AT 12 NOON. At their Auction Rooms, corner of Queen and Shortland Streets. Auckland, C. F. BENNETT, LTD., Acting in conjunction with Mt. Stace Bennett on the favoured instructions of Messrs. R. and W. Hellaby, Ltd.. will offer IMPORTANT REALISATION SALE OF SUBURBAN FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, WELL SITUATED ON QR ADJACENT TO MAIN ARTERIAL ROADS. INVESTORS' OPPORTUNITY. I—EPSOM, No. 591, corner of Manukau and Onslow Roads—Substantial 2-storey Slate Roofed Brick Shop, with 5-6 living rooms; brick store and stables at rear. At present occupied by metal engineers. SPLENDID CORNER ALLOTMENT, with 56ft to Manukau Road and some 148 ft 6in to Onslow Road. 2—EPSOM, MANUKAU ROAD, next but one to the above—FlNE FREEHOLD SECTION with Ilontage to main road of 41ft by a depth of 151 ft and narrowing to about 21ft at rear. 3—DOMINION ROAD, Corner of Telford Avenue— GOOD CORNER FREEHOLD SECTION, rectangular, with frontage of 66ft to Dominion Road and 132 ft to Telford Avenue. -AVONDALE, near 'the Town Hall Eind adjoining Hellabys Shop and the important load junction Qf Avondale's centre—SPLENDID FREEHOLD ALLOTMENT, being part of Lots 1 and 2, with approx. 60ft frontage to St. George's Street, by a depth of approximately 112 ft. Note: This lot may be subdivided into sites for shops, etc. S—POINT CHEVALIER, on main Great North Road, just beyond Parr Road and adjatent shopping area—GOOD FREEHOLD SECTION, containing 22.8 perches, with approx. 42ft lOin frontage to Great North Road by irregular depth. 6—ARCH HILL-GREY LYNN, on main Great North Road—LEVEL RECTANGULAR ALLOTMENT, having a frontage of approx. 48ft 6m by 115 ft deep. 7—PONSONBY, THREE LAMPS, close to Jervols Road, No. 12, Redmond Street—COTTAGE of 5 rooms, bathroom and verandah. FREEHOLD SECTION, 33ft X 101 ft. Subject to tenancy. C—BIRKENHEAD, corner Hauraki (main) Street and Rugby Road— (a) SUBSTANTIAL IWOSTOREY BLOCK OF THREE (3) SHOPS, each with living rooms above and at rear. Each shop has its own yard and brick outbuilding provides a washhouse, store and w'.c. LOT 5, GREAT CORNER FREEHOLD. 56ft 9in to Hauraki Street, by approx. 246 ft to Rugby Road, (b) LOT 4. adjoining the above. 'cRICK COTTAGE of 4 -rooms, office and attic loom, iron roof The Section has 56ft Sin frontage to Hauraki Street by a depth of about 231 ft. Great elevation, with extensive harbour views. O—NORTHCOTE, corner of Queen (main) Stree* and Vincent Road, opposite Borough Council Chambers—WOODEN SINGLE STOREY SHOP (double platcslass), with living rooms at rear. Prominent Corner, containing 32.9 perches, with 81ft to Queen Street and about 121 ft to Vincent Road, present rental 30/ per week. 10—TAKAPUNA, on main Lake Road and next to corner of Jutland Road —TWO SPLENDID FREEHOLD Business or Residential Sites: (a) 90FT to Main Lake Road by 70ft deep on west, 113 ft on east side, and 80ft wide at rear. A great site, (b) RECTANGULAR LOT, ■with approx. 60ft frontage to Jutland Road by 140 ft deep, on which are a small Corrugated Iron Shop, occupied by saw doctor; a substantial wood and iron Shed end Stable at rear of section. Note: The small Iron shop does not go with this section.
11 —DEVONPORT. corner of Vauxhall Road and Church Street—PROMINENT CORNER, containing one of the older type of wooden shops Irregular Shaped Allotment with approx. 98ft to Vauxhall Road. 36ft across the Bn gle, 6«t frontage to Church Street and 100 ft on bacK boundary. ALL THE PROPERTIES ARE FLAGGED. NOTE.—This Auction offering of so many choice and attractive Sites is of special interast to investors, as all properties present possibilities of development. Each occupied property Is. to De sold subject to existing tenancies. Cards to view from Mr. Stace Bennett, Estate Agent. O'Connell Street, or from the Auctioneers. C. F. BENNETT, LTD.. Queen Street. :9 TO SANDRINGHAM AND MOUNT ALBERT RESIDENTS AND OTHERS. SQUIRRELL AND CO. A/c the Owner, who is giving up housekeeping. On the Premises. 305, SANDRINGHAM ROAD, SANDRINGHAM, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1945, at 11 a.m. Hayman Electric Radiant Lamp. Chesterfield Suite, Oval Gate-leg Table. 9 x 7.6 Congo, Square Floor Rugs, Cushions. O.R. Settee and Squao, Escritoire, Bookcase, Mantel Clock, Rimu bioeboard, Dining Table. Dining Chairs, CroclMfft Glassware, Green Mohair Table Cover, Singe* Drophead Sewing Machine with Electric Motor. Bedrooms (3).—Two Rimu Wardrobes, como. Chests, Four Single Beds and Wires, Mattresses. Pillows, Blankets and Bed Linen, Floor Rugs, Ped. Cupboards. Champion Gas Stove (grey enamel), Aim. Kettles, Aim. and En. Saucepans, P r ®sElec. Toaster, Set Kit Bins, Wringer, plotnes Basket, Brooms, Mop. Man's Bicycle, 4in Bencn Vise, 6ft Crosscut Saw, Lawnmower (Red Cloua, ball-bearing), Stepladder, Garden Tools, Two Ha nd Saws Odd Tools, and a Host of Useful Sundries. Terms Cash. N.B. —On view morning of sale. Owairaia Trams to Balmoral Rd. Fred Ziegler, Auctioneer and Valuer. 3i R A D L E Y AND CO., L T IL, CITY MARKETS. WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 11 A.M. On Behalf of W. A. L. COLE. Waimauku. CITRUS TREES—Exceptionally well-grown range of Grapefruit, Lemons. Sweet Oranges. Mandarines. FRUIT TREES—Up-to-date Varieties of Apple. Pear, Peach. Plum. Nectarine, Apricot, Quince, etc. ROSES—Modern Varieties in Bush, Climbing. Polyanthus. IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS AT AUCTION PRICES. :31
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