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PUBLIC NOTICES. SIEYWRIGHT, HAGGITT. AND CO.. LTD. REGISTERED LAND AGENTS, SHAREBROKERS, ETC.. Telephone 780. EMPIRE BUILDING S. PRINCES C.TREET. Telephone 780. Jf?/* T fY —CITY (NORTH END): We have received instructions to sell ONE OF THE c&UtJ'U' BEST RESIDENCES in this much-sought-after position. The bouse comprises 7 LARGE ROOMS, with EVERY MODERN CONVENIENCE. The property is of very IMPOSING APPEARANCE, and stands on a BEAUTIFUL SECTION OF i-ACRE well laid out in lawn, garden, etc., the nearest adjoining property being 80 feet away. The POSITION is a VERY SUNNY ONE. The ground is Corporation Leasehold. 14 years to run, and the rent is ridiculously low. The first bona fide inquirer WILL SNAP THIS UNDOUBTED BARGAIN. Don’t put off; CALL upon us EIGHT AWAY. DUNEDIN (CLOSE TO CARGILL'S CORNER); NEW 5-ROOMED I HOUSE, wit** all conveniences, including hj. and o. water, porcelain bath and basin, electric light, drained to D.B. regulations. This property is in A VERY HANDY POSITION, and the owner is prepared to sell on a £SO DEPOSIT. : (NORTH END): GOOD 6-ROOMED HOUSE, with hj. and c. water, j Itv gas, bathroom (with pedestal bath and basin), drained to D.B. regulations, i This is a splendid property, in first-class order, having recently been renovated outside ; and inside. It is VERY HANDY TO TWO CAR SERVICES. INSPECT AT ONCE. i OQOA— CITY (SO CARS REQUIRED): NATTY 4-ROOWED HOUSE; good-sized rooms; DRAINED to D.B, regulations This is a NICE LITTLE PROPERTY. ! most, conveniently situated, and is one that will appeal to those on the look-out for i a home for which CAR FARES DO NOT HAVE TO BE CONSIDERED. SMALL DEPOSIT only required. C**7*7R1 —ANDERSON’S BAY close to 2d section: NEW BUNGALOW; 5 ROOMS, i I O with porcelain bath and large basin, hj and c. water electric light and plug 1 for electric iron, latest tiled hearths, grates, and mantels, built-in wardrobes, fin* en- | trance hall, IATEST SEPTIC DRAINAGE; in fact. EVERYTHING AS YOU WOULD 1 WISH IT; FINE SECTION; sunny position and sea view. TERMS. I jT» i/if\ —SOUTH DUNEDIN: New 4-ROOMED HOUSE; scullery, bathroom, b. and ! aUi’irxU c. water, steel ceilings, built-in wardrobe, large oriel window; good section. TO LET. TO LET. 7 Rooms (.brick). Smith street, City, 355. 5-roomed House, Mornington; all conveniences; 1 minute from car; 15s. 8 Rooms. Mornington; electric light, hj. and c,, and drainage; 16s. 6 Rooms, St. Kilda; all conveniences: 15s. JOHN REID AND SONS. LIMITED. Telephone 3,391. Telephone 190. AUCTIONEERS LAND SALESMEN, REAL ESTATE, FINANCIAL, AND INSURANCE AGENTS, VALUATORS, SURVEYORS, MONEY, SHARE, AND LAND BROKERS. CORNER LIVERPOOL AND BOND STREETS. We make a SPECIALTY of the of Properties, tho Collection of Bents, and act as Attorneys for Absentees. Id SECTION. WORKER'S BARGAIN. Id SECTION AND WORKSHOPS. £420. £420. £420. r ROOMS, ALL IN THOROUGH AND SOUND ORDER; BATHROOM, WASHO HOUSE, WORKSHOP; SEWERED. TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED. 2953 HARBOR HARBOR. £lB3. CHIB CRIB. £lB5. £tLOSE TO WHARF.—TWO CRIBS; GOOD SECTION. 2952 ROSLYN. —5 Rooms; all modern conveniences, electric light, workshop, dark room; garden in fine order. OWNER HAS SECURED A LARGER PROPERTY, AND IS PREPARED TO TAKE SMALL DEPOSIT. WHAT MORE FOR £645? 2843 MITY LODGING-HOUSE, near Octagon; 13 rooms; furnished. This is a carefuhy-carricd-on bu.dne.v-S, and can bo recommended. £l3O. 2941 Id SECTION. SOUTH. Id SECTION. ROOMS; verandah, copper, tubs; outbuildings; ,i-acre; splendid garden, fruit trees; view unsurpassed. Tho ground rent is £3 10?. 2946 CITY: TO LET, High street.—9 Booms, 40r. Manor place.—B Rooms, 27s 6d. King street. —5 Rooms (brick), 225. George street. —7 Rooms, £75 per annum ; 5 Rooms and Shop, 27s 6d; 2 Room? and Shop, 16? fid. Walker street. —5 Rooms (brick), 13-5. FURNISHED BRICK HOUSE, 6 rooms; no care; 40s. Term at Christmas. SUBURBS: TO LET. Maori Hill.—6 Rooms, 15s fid. Highgate.—G Rooms. 22s Gd; 7 Rooms, 25-; 9 Hoorn-, (every convenience, large garden, extensive view), £IOO per ami uni. Opoho.—G Rot ms. J-acre, 22s 6<l; 7 Rooms, Ko-lyn.—3 Rcuiiio (brisk), 20.5. St Rilda.—s Rooms, 11s; 4 Room?, 15s. Kcusii’jftou.—s Rooms, 13s. ■St. Clair.—6 Rooms, 30s; 6 Rooms, 2ls; 7 Rooms, 275; 7 Rooms, 235. Morningion.—3 Rooms, £6O per annum; 6 Rooms, 17s 6d (up to date). Musselburgh —6 Rooms, modern, 20s. N.B. Valiev.—S Rooms. 12s 6d; 5 Rooms, 12s Gd.' BUBTON AND PATTEESON, AEBIUN CHAMBERS, 41 DOWLING HliitUl, DUNiuHN. Telephone 380. Telephone 380. PROPERTIES FOR SALE, CITY AND SUBURBS. NORTH DUNEDIN—Modern Residence of 7 rooms; verandah, bay windows, electric light; drained to Drainage Boaid regulations, and all other modern conveniences. This is a very nice house, and worth while inspecting. The price is one that, should attract attention —viz., £675. THIS IS A NICE NATTY HOME FOR SOMEONE.-SiUi.-ued slightly on the rise, and within five minutes’ walk of the town- Homo -if 4 rooms; verandah and bay window; drained, washhouse, and everything in tip-top oiler. The section is leacchold, and has 21 years to run. The ground r r nt is very low. EASY TERMS can bo arranged for the purchase of thi» property. ROSLYN (handy to the car).—7-roomed Resirl. noc: modem ierign, plastered, bay win- ' dows, gas, hoi, and cold water; drained to sewer, and everything modern and up to date. There is a nice garden and lawn Easy terms can also bo arranged for I this piopcrtv. A small deposu will b e accepted, and the balance bv arrangement. ST. KILDA.— CORNER FREEHOLD SECTION, 102 ft by 40ft, together with 5-roomed ! House; return verandah, electric light, hj. and c. water, and every modern appointment. This house has only been built a little over two years, so everything is new I and fresh. If you wish to inspect any of the above Properties, just ring us up, or send us a cote and wo will bo pleased to give you fuller information. BURTON AND PATTERSON LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, 41 DOWLING STREET, DUNEDIN PETER BOYD, LICENSED LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, VALUATOR. ETC., 103 Princes street. TW’OWS THE TIME TO THINK OF WEEK-END CRIBS FOR THE SUMMER. Wo I' eon offer you some Real Bargains Inquire about lie so without delay. HOW ABOUT MACANDREW'S BAY? Quite bandy to the City, cither by ferry boat, or road, NOTE THE FOLLOWING: VERY" CHOICE NEW BUNGALOW of 4 room.?, in splendid po-ition; only £200; large verandah, water laid on, Shaddock range; line large rooms. Must be acrid. Others as follows: Four Room?, only £135, Three Rooms, lovely view, etc., verandah, range, etc., only £175. If vou want the pick of Harbor-sido Week-end CHl's or Sec!ions" call on BOYD'S LAND AGENCY at once. PORTOBELLO. SECTIONS. SECTIONS. SECTIONS. SECTIONS £3O. £35. £4B. £75. From £5 deposit, and balance ca-.-y terms. Oiyiyp'—MUSSELBURGH: ABSOLUTELY THE FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE/ 3t< 40 BUNGALOW OF 5 LARGE ROOMS TO BE SEEN ANYWI-T.ERE AROUND THE CITY. THE LAST THING IN UP-TO-DATENESS. Charming appearance, large sonare hall with best leadlight windows, high-waistcd oak dado, etc., beautiful papers and Empire friezes throughout; splendid Suction, high and dry: solid concrete foundations. Complete in every detail Terms can be arranged. BROAD BAY In good spec.); 8 ROOMS and i-ACRE. in the very best position in this most charming township. Look at. the price, £425. It’s a rare bargain. s\ M sheen ne - JOHN SKENE AND SON, $£ HOUSE AND LAND AGENTS, VA GATORS, FINANCIAL AGENTS. 22S PRINCES STREET (next to Wren’s). MORNINGTON. —£50 deposit, balance as rent: 6-roonicd House: wardrobes, cupboards, scullery, copper, tubs; about i-acre Section, level, double frontage; also on corner section, Email Cottage, let fit 5s weekly. This pays rates, insurance, etc., on tho whole properly. PRICE £495. 5 minutes from car. WORKER’S OPPORTUNITY'. ROSLY'N. —£50 deposit: Just at Kaikomi car terminus, good 4-roomcd House (built 10 years); verandah, bath, gas, copiper, tubs; full i-acre Land; nice, siinnv position. £395. GENUINE SNIP. ” *" £SO DEPOgIT - ' £SO DEPOSrr: , HERE Y T OU 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; 1-ACRE level section, with double frontage; gloriously HEALTHY, 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 be rented at 2s weekly. WEEK-END CRIB.—N.B. 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, table, chairs, crockery, pots, etc.; also Shed. Beautiful sec.ion (freehold), sheltered, sunny; fruit trees in full bearing—PEAßS, PLUMS APPLES; some native bush; creek water. A QUIET, SUNNY SPOT. £l5O for the lot. £25 dt pos.t, balance by small monthly payments. No mortgage required. WOMEN’S FRANCHISE JUBILEE, ' 1893-1914. \ PAMPHLET, containing the opinions of those who assisted to pass the Electoral Act of 1893, under which the Women of this Dominion gained the Parliamentary Vote, can be obtained at this Office. PRICE ... THREEPENCE. t IN order to have the ‘ Star ’ out in good time, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements that come in after noon. After this boar they cannot be classified. We would therefore request Advertisers to kindly bear this in mind, and send in their Orders Early. PAPER for Wr ipping-up For Sale. Apply ‘Star’ Office, Bond street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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