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I FOR SALE. >ARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO., L AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND SALESMEN, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Manse ktp.ekt, Dcnedin. All Properties Advertised in this Column at Our Own Expense. BALACLAVA (MORNINGTON). 806 £lo.—Quarter-acre, Pennefather and Campbell streets. £lo.—Quarter-aero, Campbell street. BELLEKNOWES (MORNINGTON). 481 £IBO each.—Two quarter-acre sections fronting Town Belt. £l2O each. Two quarter-acre sections, Granville terrace. 607 £l7s.—Quarter-acre fronting Harcourt street and Town Belt. 1005 £llo.—i-acre correr, Preston Crescent and Carnarvon street; splendid site. 1040 £lB5. Half-acre ; double frontage Granville terrace and Preston crescent; beautiful site. ROSLYN. 296 £675. Roslyn Extension. Six-roomed house and garden; quarter-acre. 961 Melrose. Nine-roomed brick residence, scullery, bathroom (hot and cold water), large vinery, stable, tennis lawn, fronting Town Belt. 1042 £27s.—Each two {-acre site-3, Bruce street; five minutes from tram terminus ; proposed main extension will run about 1 chain from these. 1042 £500.-{-acre, Bruce street. Comfortable dwelling house of eight or nine rooms, adjoining above sections. 1053 £soo.—Over -J-acre (close to Borough Council Chambers), 5-roomed stone house and bathroom (slate roof); splendid site ; stands well back ; could be easily added to. 1064 £4so.—Fifield street; splendid situation. Rouse of seven rooms ; washhouee, outhouses, garden, a-phalt paths; a choice property. MAORI HILL. 974 £220. "Water street (M'Lennan's subdivision), 1 rood, 7 poles, 4-roomed cottage, sheds, and outhouses. CAVERSHAM. 315 £l5O. Rockyside. Five-roomed house and one-eighth acre. 871 £sso.—Caversham Rise. 7-roomed house, bathroom : 23 poles. 900 £2,ooo.—Kew Township, fronting Forbury road. 10-roomed house, bathroom, stable and coachhouse, byre, conservatories, etc., lawn, orchard ; 3 acres 20 poles. 919 £lso.—Darley. 4-roomcd Cottage, Edwin street; 12 poles. 956 £265. Sydney street. Two 4-roomed houses, sculleries, and washhouses ; {-acre. 975 £3O. Great Queen street. 14.4 poles building site. 1015 £l3o.—Peter street. 3-roomed house and scullery, MUSSELBURGH. 910 £42s.—Five-roomed house, Queen's Drive, four sections. 1025 £slo.—View street. 6-roomed brick house ; Btone foundations ; verandah, bay window ; all conveniences; gas laid on; splendid view. ST. KILDA. 831 £2o.—Section fronting Logie street, near Main road. 964 £350. i-acre, 6 and 4-roomed houses, stables, and outhouses. 988 £125. Richardson street. Five-roomed cottase and carden. 1044 £l2s.—Larkworthy and Brldgman streets. Section and 5-roomod house and scullery, ' verandah, built-in copper, sheds, and conveniences. ST. CLAIR. 1057 £42s.—Nearly g-acre, fronting Forbury road, with new house of four large rooms and outhouses, greenhouse, garden (well stocked). 1059 £2oo.—Beach street (opposite Bowline Green), 39.2 poles. 1C65 £7o.—St. Clair Extension, section, lr (!p, View road ; good building site. 471 £9oo.—Modern 7-roomed house, scullery, bathroom, storerooms and pantries ; garden ; grand view ; native hush ; nearly lg- acres ; fronts Allandalc road; or to let at £6O per annum. i ANDERSON BAY. 243 £2s.—Shiel Hill. Building site ; 1 rood 16 poles. 443 £ss.—Shiel Hill. Building site, close to ar.hool; 1 rood 23 poles. 740 £soo.—Six-roomed house, Shiel Hill; halfI acre. 863 .250.—Shiel Hill. Quarter-acre, adjoining Shiel Hill Hotel. 936 Gentleman's residence of 12 rooms; every convenience; stables, coachhouse, garden, vinery, orchard, lawn, paddock, etc.; 5 acres; beautifully situated. 978 £75. Oaklands. {-acre, large building. ROTHESAY. 412 £lso.—Four and two-roomed cottages; 15.3 poles. 650 £2O. Rothesay Extension, Block I.; quarter-acre. 935 £400.—6-roomed house and quarter-acre, fronting Main road ; garden. 1046 £l7s.—Store and dwelling (two miles from Dunedin), 29.8 poles land; a good opening for business man. 1052 £4oo.—Well-built house, six rooms and outhouses, lr 17p; two minutes' from railway station ; fronts Main road. 1067 £65. Maia Township. Mr G. H. Marsden's tennis lawn sections, ; beautiful site ; fronting Main road ; ready for building on. ST. LEONARDS. 354 £ls.—Nearly acre; close to school and railway station. 530 £7s.—Heme Bay ; 1 acre 1 rood £7 poles; close to station. HAMPDEN. 1048 £lo.—{-acre, Hampden township. FARMING AND DAIRYING PROPERTY. 49 £400.-236 acres. Silverstream, Taieri district. 637 £7OO. 72£ acres. Kaikorai; splendid land. til o£ 25-—7 acres - Bu ™side, near Saleyards. 322 £8 per acre.—lo2i acres. Abbotshill, near Abbotsford. 327 £2 per acre.—B2o acres. Akatore. Good sheep country. 423 £2 per acre.-543 acres. Akatore, close to above. 276 £4 per acre.—36B acres. Spiingston, near Christchurch. 543 £2 per acre.—ll6 acres. Waitati. Small cottage; part cleared. 547 £4 per acre.—6o acres. Fronting Blueskin road ; seven miles from town. 866 £900.-97 acres. Sawyers Bay, about 1£ miles from railway station. Four-roomed cottage, byre, stable, etc. Or To Let—£6o per annum. 887 £950.-20 acres. Shiel Hill. Stable, cowshed, barn.'dairy, coachhouse, and sheds. 915 £2 10s per acre.—B4 acres. Otakia District. Good arablo land; two miles from Brighton. 916 £1 10s per acre.—44 acres. Otakia District. Adjoining above. 941 £450—7 acres. Lower Kaikorai, subdivided three paddocks, (orchard, four-roomed house, stable, and piagery). 942 £4oo.—Four-roomed" house, eight-stalled stable, fowl run, garden; 3£ acres. 957 £1,200.-969 acres, Wendonside (5£ miles from Riversdalc), ring fenced; 6-roomed house and scullery, outhouse, 10-stall stable, chaffhouse, etc. 973 10s per acre.—66l acres, Akatore, near Milton. 100* £1,000.-21-4 acres adjoining Kaikorai Woollen Mills ; splendid land, suitable for subdivision. 1026 £3 per acre. —l3O acres, Otakai district; 4-roomed house, 2-stalled stable, byre, etc. Property now in possession of Mr George Snell. 1047 £900.-400 acres, Lower Kyeburn (four miles from Kokonga railway station, two miles from post office, school, and church), subdivided into eight paddocks, every acre arable ; 250 acres under crop (wheat, oats, and turui ( ,s), 150 native grass ; house, stable, I chaffhouse, and Bteading; crops at valua- ' Hon,

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