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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8004, 5 September 1889
AUCTIONS, FRIDAY, 6tb SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock p.m. GREAT LAND SALE. BY AUCTION. rjIHE DUNEDIN FINANCE, LOAN, AVD 1 ACJEMCV COMPANY, LIMITED, hav.t leceived instructions to ofl'or forage, at thnir Central Auction Rooms, High st:eet, on the above date, The following Properties in the estate of William Coutts (deceased) : Lot I.—Hart of section 29, block V., PORTOBELLO • istrict, containing 1 rood and 19 poles, with buildings thereon ; former!; in the occupation of Mr Beatsou. Lot 2.—Section 35, block )1., OrAGO PENINSULA Kistiict, containing 15 acres 2 roods and 16 poles'. This lot is Bubject to a lease to Mr 0. Olson, about six years to run; rent, L 8 10s a year, with right to purchase at Ll6O. Lot 3.—Allotments 10, 17. and 18, block G, Township ot PoRiOBELLO, containing 3 roods. Lot 4.—Allotment 14, block 11., Township of RAVENSBOURNE, containing 33 poles. Also, at the same time and place: Lot I.—FREEHOLD of part section 3, block VI., DUNEDIN (frontage to PRINCES STREET), upon whicb stands the PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL. Ground rent, LIOO per annum, Lease expires December 15th, 1894. Lot 2.-Section 19, block XII.; ARTHUR bTRBET, DUNEDIN, with Bixroomed house thereon. Lot 3 -Section 36, block XIL, ARTHUR STREET, DUNEDIN. Lot 4. -Section 1, block XVII.. East Taieri District, WYLLIE'S CROSSING, containing absut 50 acres, and Cottage thereon. Lot s.—Part sections 11 and 12. block XI., East Taieri District, WYLLIKS CKOSSING, 35 acre*. * Lot 6 (by order of the mortgagee).—Section 55, block XXXVII., DUNEDIN, with cottage, Lot 7.-Allotments 2 and 17, block 111., DALKEITH, 1 rood. Lot B.—Allotment 3 of subdivisions 4 and 5, and section 10, Township of ROTHESAY, containing about 3 roods. Lot 9—Part of allotment 62, Forth street, LINDEN, 20 poles, with three-roomed cottage, scullery, good nnge, and water supply. , Lot 10.-Allotment 5, block XV„ ST. KILDA, ICOft by 50ft, with two-roomed biick cottage, wooden stable. Lot 11.-AH..tmont 40, CALTON, with good tlircrt-roomed brick cottage and ev-iv convenience. Lot 12 -Part of section 57, block XXXIV., NEW STREET, DUNEDIN, with good fiur-roomed cottage and outhouses. Lot 13.-Part section 50, block XIL, 40ft by 84ft, ARTHUR STREET, DUNEDJN. Lot 14. Patt pention 25, block XI., RUSSELL STREET, DUNEDIN, 33ft by 110 ft, with good five-roomed cottage and outhouses. Lot 15,-Part section 45, block XXXII., FORTH PLACE, DUNEDIN. 29 poles, with two brick and stone dwellings thereon. Lot 16.—Part section 47, block XXXIL, GEORGE SIREET, DUNEDIr*. land 70 links by an average depth of 130 links, with very substantial sevenroomed house, bath, etc, thereon; well let. Lot 17.—Part section 47, block XXXIf.. GEORGE STREKT, DUNKDIN, land 51 links by 170 link->, with dwelling of five rooms thereon; well let. Lot 18 —Part seotion 47, block XXXIL, GEORGE STREEI, DUNEDIN, 58 links by 103 links, with nine-roc med house, bathroom etc. Lot 19.-rP.ut of section 45, block XXXIT., FORTH PLACE, DUNEDIN. 60 links by 103 links, with good brick cottage. Lot 20 —P.irt or sections €0 and 61, bU-ck XXXVI., DUNEDIN, containing 3V5 pol«s. having a frontage to EDEN STREET. Lot 21.-Part of section 60, b'ockXXXI, DUNEDIN, having a frontage of 33ft to ST. DAVID STREET, by 66ft, with 2 two-roomed houses thereon. Lot 22.-Allotments 7. 8. and 9, block it, CAVERSHAM EXTENSION, having a frontage of 50 links each to High street, by a depth of 225 links. Lot 23.—Allotment 5, block XII., Township of FORBURY, containing 1 rood» having a frontage to main road; a very valuable section. Lot 24.—Allotment 6, block VII., Township of FORBURY, containing 11.2 poles, having a frontage to Bathgate street of 45 links, with a good fourroomed house thereon. Lot 25.-Allotment 7, block XX.. Extension cf tbe Township of FORBURY, having a frontage to Brunswiok iojd. Lot 26.—Half allotment 8, Hook XIIL, Township cf FORBURY, having a frontage to Uisborneroad; full quarteracre. Lot 27.—AllolmentB 1, 2, and 3, Bnb-divi-sion of part of block Till., SOUTH DUNEDIN, containing 20 poles, having frontages to Bay View road and Regent street, with stable thereon. Lot 28 —Allotment 11, blookl, Township of MORNINGTON, with a frontage to Hawthorne avenue of 48ft, with a new six-roomed house, with bath room, scullery, and outhouses thereon; in splendid order. Lot 29.-Allotment 6. block L, PRIVATE TOWNSHIP OF MORNINGTON, having a frontage of 45ft to Maelaggan street, by 82ft, with a two-roomed Hou?e with all conveniences. Lot 30.—Allotments 24, 25. 26, 27,28. 33. 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, ard 39, Township of MARY HILL, having frontages to Buchanan street, Argyle street, and district road. These sections will be put up separately if desired. Lot 31.—Allotment 59, Township of WEST DUNEDIN, having a frontage to Aitken street. Lot 32—Allotment 15. block 11., Township of liUSf-ELBURGH, containing; 24.24 poles, being a valuable corner seotion, with frontages to district road and Erkvale street. Lot 33.—Allotments 46 and 47, and part of 45, Township of FITZROY, fronting Macandrew road. Lot 34.—Allotments 3 and 4. block 1., Township of GLENLEITff, Woodhaugh Valley, containing nearly half an acre, with two-roomed 'house thereon. Lot 35.—Allotments 60, 70, 71, and 72; Township of OALTON, having frontages to Montrose street and Leith Lot 36.—Allotments 5, 6, and 7, block EL, Township of HASTINGS, near Burkes, adjoining Catholic Church. Lot 37.—Seotion 22, block 11., Town of EAITANGATA, fronting Start street. The Auctioneers would draw attention to this grand opportunity of securing a cheap property. Terms verv liberal, as the vendors have resolved to realise. For further particulars apply to Messrs SIEV WRIGHT and JAMES, Solicitors, 14 High street; Or to THE AUCTIONEERS GOVERNMENT NOTIOEh. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. DUNEDIN HUNT OLUB RACE MEETING, September 13th and 14th, 1889. I AT U R D A Y RETURN TICKETS to I Dunedin will be issued at Waiareka Junction, Clinton, and Intermediate Stations. including Branches, on 12th, 13th, and 14th September, and will be available for return up to and including 17th September. Byorder.l BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ANTED, 2or 3 respectable Boarders. 2 T t Gore terraoe, Hope street; terras moderate. WANTED, Boarders; comfortable home; 15 shilling* weekly. Mrs Robertson, corner of Lees and Jones streets. WANTED by a Gentleman, good Board and Residence (private sittng room and bedroom); must be near centre of town. Apply, stating full particulars, to "Alexfe,* Star Office. IX • Public he has taken that well-known. Houbb known as YORK HOUSE, Moray pl"~ and is now prepared to receive Boarders Visitors Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunoh from 12 to 2 V • Tea from sto 7, Good table. Prices, moderate*
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