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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914
AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, Ab 12 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. 2 VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLDS. FINEST RESIDENCE SITE IN DUNEDIN, 4-ACRB, UPPER YORK PLACE. Valuable, Eaaily-accessibla Corner. LEVEL 4-ACRE, MACLAGGAN AND CLARKE STREETS. Suitable fox Manufactory or Motor Garage. Also, MAIN SOUTH ROAD CORNER, CAVERSHAM. PARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, are instructed by the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Co., Ltd., to sell by auction ■ (I) Sections 18, 19, Block XL, Dunedin, containing 2 roods, having frontages of 132 ft to both Upper York place and Town Belt by depth of 165 ft, on which is erected large Wood House, which with soma renovation could' be made to last for many years to come. The site is undoubtedly one of the finest in Dunedin, being elevated, private, unable to bo outbuilt, and with a most glorious view. (2) Section 76. Block VII., Dunedin, corner of .Maolaggan street and Clarko street, containing 1 rood, and having frontages of 66ft and 165 ft respectively. The buildings consist of boarding establishment. shop, stable, and stores, etc., and are bringing in a very good return, and will continue to do so, while the freehold is growmg in value. It’is the very best available central site for factory or garage, and the revenue derived from the front buildings would enable the purchaser to stand practically rent free. (3) Allotments 27 and 28, subdivision of Section 20, Block VI., Town District, corner of Main South road and Peter street. Caversham, having frontages of 67ft 4in and 99ft respectively, with Two Dwellings (Nos. 157 and 159) of 4 rooms (bricl side walls) and 3 rooms, and vacant allotment adjoining, which, owing to the close settlement in this locality, should make a very good business site. We strongly recommend inspection of these properties, as they are for genuine sale. WEDNESDAY. Oth DECEMBER, 1914, At 12 o’clock noon. SALE OF HARBOR BOARD LEASES OF SECTIONS, as under: IN DUNEDIN. Block LVHI., Section 30 (now occupied by Cofsens and Black, Ltd.). Block LXVIH., Section 3 and parts 1 (now occupied by tenants of Mi Jos. O. Bentley). Block LXVILI , Section 4 (now occupied bv Mr Hooper). Block LXVIU.. Section 8 (now oecup'cd by Mrs Bridget Hanuigan). Block LXVIII., section 9 (now occupied by Mrs Hannah M’Quillan). Block LXVIII., Section 10 (now occupied bv Mrs I'. Coouov). Block LXVIII.. Section 11 (now nmqvcl by Mns Harriet Hanson). Block LXVIII.. Section 12 (now occupied by Mr 0. Wilkinson). Block LXVIII., Section 13 mow occupied by tenants of Mr W.-11. Donnelly i. Block LXVIII., Section 17 mew occupied by Mr Ciiarlcs King). Block LXIX.. Section 5 (imw occupied by tenants of Mr A. B. Mercer). Block LXIX., Section 8 (now occupied by tenants of Mrs Jane Falconer). Block LXX., Section 3 (now occupied by King Bros.). Block LXXII., Section part 2 mow occupied bv tenants of Mr John (,'ollins and Mrs Isabella Collins). Block LXXIT., Section port 2 (now occupied bv Mr Alex. Gillies). Block LXXII.. Sections 3, 4, 5 (now occupied by tenants of Mrs M. A. B. Hatton). Block IjXII. Sections 1 and 2 (now occupied bv Sargood, Son. and Ewcn). Block LXII., Sections 5 to 6 (now ..ccupied bv Sargood Son, and Ewcn). in' sawyers bay. Part Sections 25 and 27 mow occupied by Mrs Rachel Downes). Tho above Sections are offered subject to payment of valuation for buildings, -etc. ?ARK, REYNOLDS, LIMITED, have received instructions from the tago Harbor Board to offer for lease by üblio auction ibe above-mentioned Lands t their Rooms. Manse street, Dunedin, on so above date For further particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS; Or to Messrs MONDY AND STEPHENS, The Board's Solicitors. TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER. Ab 12.30 o’clock. At Rooms, 201 Princes street. WABEHOUSEME N~AND> MANUFACTURERS. QCURR AND CO. have received inetrucED tions from Messrs J. Hordern and Sous to sell by auction as above, PART ALLOTMENTS 2 and 5, BLOCK HI., Township of South Dunedin, containing an area of 1 rood 18.3 poles, together with the substantial BRICK BUILDING thereon. The Section is ono of tho best in tho south end of the City, being Just short of of an acre, and has a frontage of 100 ft to King Edward street, by a depth therefrom of 153 ft. Tho situation is all that could bo desired, being on tho main thoroughfare to St. Kilda, with tho electric tram service passing the property, and within three minutes’ walk of Cargill's Comer. The Building is exceptionally substantial, having only been built some three years, and u well suited for tho requirements of ft tradesman carrying heavy stocks or a manufacturer. Messrs Hordern and Sons having' mired from business, the property is for bona lido sale. We invite Inspection of anyone in search of good freehold premises. SCURR AND CO., Auctioneers. TUESDAY, Bth DECEMBER. At 2 o’clock. TO DEALERS. STOREKEEPERS, AND HAWKERS. UNRESERVED SALE OF FANCY GOODS, LEATHER GOODS, JEWELLERY, BRUSHWARB, STATIONERY, ETC., I-7PC. DM. SPED DI N G • is instructed by Mr 11. R. Moody, direct Importer, who has retired from business, to soli by auction, at bis rooms, on Tuesday, at 2 o’clock. Tho balance of his stock of ladies' and gents’ dressing cases, writing cases, handbags, silver-mounted purses, wallets, cigar oases, writing pads, silver watches, alberts, brooches, lockets, stud sets, 18-carat gem rings, pebblo spectacles, boxed stationery, fire screens, table centres, serviettes, games, writing inks, mucilage, brushwaro of all kinds, etc., eto. ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. TUESDAY, tho 15th DECEMBER, 1914, At 12 o’clock noon. Messrs alex. Harris and co. have received Instructions from tho City Council to offer for sale by public auction, at their Rooms, Princes street, on tho above-mentioned date, the under-mentioned Corporation Building Lease, viz.: Twenty-one years’ Building Lease of Allotment 2, Subdivision of Section 40, Block 9, Dunedin, at present held byMr Henry Hayman. Upset rental, £363 per annum. The property fronts on to Princes street, and is known as the Exchange Court Buildings, the valuation for building and improvements being set down at £4,950. Further particulars may bo obtained on application to the Town Clerk or the Auctioneers. Dunedin 13/11/14. TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Princes street. On Account of Mr Maurice Coughlan. CHOICE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, BROAD BAY (close to Jetty). Alex. Harris and co. have received instructions to soli, as above: 1. Modem Seven-roomed Residence and Freehold Section, laid out in garden, with all the Furniture now on the premises. 2. Modern 7-roomed Residence and Freehold adjoining, with Furniture, complete. The properties are fronting Main road, jtod overlook tho wharf*
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914
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