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Telephone 1,458. CARTER AND CO., Telephone 1,458. LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, EXCHANGE COURT. The most UP-TO-DATE Five-roomed BUNGALOW in the DOMINION, situate m be.-t part of ST HILDA; electric light, drained to D.B. regulations, large reception HALL and DINING ROOM, very latest in papers and mantelpieces, porcelain bath, return verandah beautiful lead 'lights; splendid Freehold CORNER Section, on SUNNY Gdc of street. A reasonable deposit will secure this property. Call on us and get the key to inspect at once, as it is a BARGAIN, and was built by one of Dunedin's ST b CLAIR.—New MODERN Five-roomed SEMI-BUNGALOW; electric light, drained to sewer fibrous plaster ceilings, VERY LATEST and best papers and mantelpieces, etc.; close to School and Tram; good Freehold Section. £625. Deposit, Five-womed *OTW'’MODERN BUNGALOW, in the favorite suburb of MUSSELBURGH; electric light, drained to regulations; beautiful RECEPTION HALL, with fancy wood panels; lead lights, porcelain bath, handsome papers with deep friezes, and ANTIQUE mantelpieces. The first genuine buyer who inspects this property will snap it, as the house is on a LARGE SECTION, close to Tram, School, and Beach. Reasonable deposit accepted, balance arranged, ROSLYN.—Splendid Seven-roomed Family Residence, half-minute to tram; electric li"ht, sewer drained, good papers throughout—in fact every MODERN convenience,; about i-ACRE FREEHOLD Section, well up off road, with live hedges all around. At the price asked this property is a BARGAIN. £SO cash down will be accepted from an approved buyer; balance as rent. „ , „ Wo have TO LET UP-TO-DATE Houses in City and Suburbs of 4, 5, 6, and 7 rooms, also several Seaside and Week-end Cribs, furnished and unfurnished, For Sale or To Let, on the NORTH LINE, Call at P CARTER AND CO/S, Exchange Court, and get particulars. JOHN SKENE AND SON, St” HOUSE AND LAND AGENTS, VALUATORS. FINANCIAL AGENTS. 228 PRINCES STREET (next to Wren’s). £5 £5 £5 £5 PER WEEK. PER WEEK. PER WEEK, PER VVEEK. r*K per week profit all the year round for an outlay of £l5O. THE BOOKS SHOW SbO THlS.—Really good 'FRUIT-CONFECTIONERY, Cordjal, and Greengrocery Business, situated in a progressive Suburb. SHOP and 6 LIVING ROOMS; rent, 21s; 150 first-class customers; horse worth £26; new cart, £2O; harness; stock, fittings. As a going concern. WALK IN, WALK OUT. £150.' £l5O. £l5O. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY OF SECURING A TIP-TOP HOME UN VERY EASY TERMS. £SQ DEPOSIT. HERB YOU ARB! 10 minutes’ walk from Kaikorai car terminus.—Splendid 7roomed Residence, of massive design; only built about 9 years; in spotless order; bath, town water supply, electric light, wardrobes, presses, scullery, washhouse, copper, tubs, stable trap shed, fowl run; I-ACRE level section, with double frontage; gloriously HBALTHYt sunny position; handy to SCHOOL and BOWLING GREEN. £475, £475. £SO DEPOSIT, BALANCE 12s 6d WEEKLY, pay PRINCIPAL and INTEREST. NO MORTGAGE. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE. Further, a ONE-ACRE Paddock alongside above can bo rented at 2s weekly. A SEASIDE BARGAIN.-£25 DEPOSIT. WEEK-END CRIB.—N.E. Harbor, 7 minutes from wharf: New Two-roomed Crib, lined with VENESTA throughout; verandah, double CASEMENT windows, 2 built-in bunks, iron bed, ottoman couch, tabie, chairs, crockery, pots, etc.; also Shed. Beautiful section (freehold), sheltered, suunv; fruit trees in full bearing—PEAßS, PLUMS APPLES: some native bush; k water. A QUIET, SUNNY SPOT. £l5O for the lot. £25 deposit, balance by ,>mall monthly payments. No mortgage required. DON’T LOSE THIS CHANCE. And! mind, we give you immediate possession. N. ANd7e. S. PATERSON, LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS, SHARE AND LAND BkuKeRS, Etc., DOMINION CHAMBERS, 142 RATTRAY STREET (opposite Wood’s Private Hotel). GREAT CITY SACRIFICE (on rise, 7 minutes’ walk from Post Office). —FYill i-acre Section, with a 5-rcomed House and a 4-rooraed Cottage thereon; let at 21s per week to good tenants; modern sanitation; aid the view from these houses is one of the finest in Dunedin, and an exceptionally warm and sunny position. This is a genuine bargain, and the land alone is worth more than the price asked for the lot. Don't delay. Terms. £425. £lO DEPOSIT and balance at 4 per cent, interest purchases close Id section and Worksliops, first-class House of 6 Rooms, bathroom, scullery, copper and tubs; workshop: good freehold section; sanitary conveniences; asphalt patlis and yard. This is a good home, and the terms are exceptional. Great sacrifice. Must sell. £4OO. SMALL BUSINESS PROPOSITION.—CIose Ogg’s Corner ; Fine little Shop, with Threeroomed Dwelling; bath,'electric light, and all conveniences attached; valuable freehold corner section; small garden. This is a splendid business corner, and at tho price the property is being sacrificed. Smali deposit. The lot, £3OO. CLOSE POPULAR SEASIDE RESORT.—SS Acres Bush Land; 33 acres cleared and under cultivation; 5-roomed verandah House, also 3-roomed Cottage; stable, byre, and land subdivided; will carry 10 cows; house let at £3 per week for summer holidays. Great bargain for a quiet life seeker. Easy terms. The lot, £450. ON RISE (close Gardens). —2 good Corner Freehold Sections, sunny and warm position, laid out in garden, together with Two-roomed Cottage. Price reduced for an immediate sale from £l5O to £IOO. Apply early for this. " WARRINGTON (close Beach and Station).— Practically New House, 3 rooms, with ail conveniences; partly furnished: corner section. Just the place for summer. Deposit, balance weekly. The lot for £l7O. NICE 3-ROOMED HOUSE, with conveniences, situate close to the Kaikorai car lino; very good locality and sunny position; splendid section; garden, live hedges, etc. Eagy term*. Sacrificed, £l6O.
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