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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. THE MOST SUITABLE AND MOST APPRECIATED OP CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GIFTS IS SOME ARTICLE OF JEWELLERY OR SILVERWARE. Large Shipments of CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES, selected by our Mr Walter Young, arc now being displayed, and as those who call early get the best choice, we advise prospective purchasers not to delay. Wo enumerate some of the latest and most exclusive articles as follows: EXPANDING BANGLES, daintily set with Pearls and Tourmalines. NECKLET PENDANTS, in Platinum and Gold, and set with various gems in most artistic designs. LIBERTY ART NECKLET PENDANTS, in Oxidised Silver. Quito new and very reasonable in price. DRESS RINGS, BROOCHES, WATCH BANGLES, EARRINGS, etc., in the newest patterns. THE SILVER ENAMEL JEWELLERY comprises some heauti'ul designs in BROOCHES, BANGLES, HATPINS, BLOUSE SETS, etc. SILVER TOILET TABLE REQUISITES, in great variety, including SALTS BOTTLES, SCENT SPRAYS, TRINKET BOXES, JEWEL CASKETS, BRUSHES, MIRRORS, eto. G. AND T. YOUNG, LTD., 88 PRINCES STREET. 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. Wo make a SPECIALTY of the Management o.f Properties, the Collection of Rents, and act as Attorneys for Absentees. £295. ST. KILDA. £295. 4 ROOMS. ALMOST NEW. PANELLED HALL AND CEILINGS, BUILT-IN WARDROBE, CUPBOARD; BUILT-IN COPPER AND TUBS; WATER LAID ON. HURRY UP FOR THIS. TERMS. 2974 AMATEUR OK PRACTICAL GARDENER. HERE is an OPPORTUNITY to create employment for OLD OR YOUNG.—J-ACRE, 6 chains frontage; LAY WELL TO SUN; OUT OF FROSTS; springs on property; good soil and well fenced; COTTAGE 4 ROOMS (good size, built 8 years), stand any inspection; bath, HOT AND COLD water, copper, tubs, outbuildings; all SEWERED to Drainage Board rules. CHURCH, SCHOOL, P.O. TELEPHONE BOX, AND TRAMS, OR CAN USE CYCLE. The lot £6OO, or would sell house and part of land. 2579 SUBURBAN. WORKER’S HOME. fr COMFORTABLE ROOMS, fireplaces in caeh; tiled grates and hearths, range ») tiled back: built-in wardrobes, cupboards; pantry; hot ami cold water, bath, electric light throughout; outbuilding with copper, dubs; sewered; drying green; young fruit trees. THIS PROPERTY HAS OVTSt 80FT FRONTAGE. THE OWNER HAS LEFT DUNELIN, AND WILL TAKE'AN OFFER ON £6OO. Small deposit, balance low interest and easy terms 2831 WARRINGTON. NEAR BEACH. £6O. NEAR BEACH. ONE-EIGHTH ACRE, PLANTED HEDGE. THIS MUST BE SOLD TO SETTLE ACCOUNTS. £6O. £490. ROSLYN. £490. FINEST VIEW TO BE FOUND OF HARBOR. A NEAT HOME of 4 Rooms; hj. and c., electric light; bath, copper, tubs; verandah. See us at once. 2976 We have a number of HOUSES, Furnished and Unfurnished, TO LET in CITY and SUBURBS. CALL AND INSPECT OCR LISTS. In intimating that our Offices will'be CLOSED FRIDAY. SATURDAY, and MONDAY, 25th, 26th, and 28th December, also FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Ist and 2nd January. we wish Clients and the Public A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR. PETER BOYD, LICENSED LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, VALUATOR, 193 PRINCES STREET. EXTRA SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER TO SUIT THE TIMES. JUST READ THE FOLLOWING: jr»nC DEPOSIT purchases good sound 5- corned House in fine position on sunny side Sl/VU of tram line in the Valley; bay window and verandah; latest sewer d;,-linage just put in; nice large section: beau hut view, garden, etc. Total piicr, £345. Teims : £25 clown and Iss per week. N.B.—YOU SIMPLY CANNOT AFFORD TO GO ON JUST PAYING RENT IN THE FACE OF THIS MAGNIFICENT CHANCE TO SECURE YOUR O.WN FREEHOLD PROPERTY DON’T DELAY ONE MOMENT IN SEEING ABOUT THIS FINE PROPOSITION. nne DEPOSIT—RAVENSBOURNE: COMFORTABLE “HOME' OF S~~ROOMS, WITH i-ACKE LAND, slightly on the rise, and quite handy to tho station. The train fare to Ravensbourne is only tenpence per week, and is cheaper travelling than a penny section on the trams. Workers should not miss this opportunity. Tho land alono is worth £250. TOTAL PURCHASE MONEY £345, AND TERMS AS ABOVE—SAY, £25 DOWN AND BALANCE 15s PER WEEK. DEPOSIT.—ST. CLAIR: Good sound, comfortable 4-roomed Cottage and largo section, on tho rise; delightful view: handv to tram; all in tip-top order and condition. Price, £345. £25 DEPOSIT, AND BALANCE AS RENT. The above Properties and the terms upon which they are being offered should appeal to all those who may be desirous of securing homes of their own, but have only a small amount to put down. In this way, by paying what is only a comparatively small rental, a considerable portion of it goes towards purchasing tne property. ?*££•* JOHN SKENE AND SON. REGISTERED LAND AN DESTATE AGENTS, 228 PRINCES STREET (next Wren’s). CONTENTMENT. That GREAT, GLORIOUS STATE OF MIND only attainable when you OWN your OWN LITTLE FREEHOLD. Start To-day. We can and will assist you. £l6O. £460. LOWER BELLEKN t OW£S.—Good 6-roomed Residence, built 7 years; bay windows, portico, hj. and c. water, wardrobes, presses, etc.; drained to sewer; about i-acre land. £460; £SO deposit, balance as rental. No mortgage required. INTEREST, 5 per cent. This is a sensible proposition. Seo us to-day. AA (£SO Deposit).—Caversham: Snug 5-roomed House; bays, portico; slightly elevated; alongside car; rooms in nice order; gas, bath, hj. and c. water, 2 wardrobes 2 bookcases, scullery, verandah at back; small freehold section; good position. A -GENUINE BARGAIN AT £4OO. Genuine Xmas Box. WE have THE BEST SUBURBAN GROCERY BUSINESS on the market For Sale. Everything onght and clean; cash business; living rooms, stable, etc. Full partioulars on application. H" EKE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY.—£I2S, or near offer, purchases j-acre ami 5 polos of Land in Mornington (Main road): 7 minutes to car, handy school, bowling green, etc.; nearly 100 ft frontage; would subdivide. Terms. Chance of a lifetime. BUSTLE to SKENE’S AGENCY. SIEYWRIGHT. HAGGITT. AND CO„ LTD. REGISTERED LAND AGENTS. SHAREBROKERS. ETC., Telephone 780. EMPIRE BUILDING S. PRINCES STREET. Telephone 780. AN IDEAL HOLIDAY RESORT. AN IDEAL HOLIDAY RESORT. X?QOK —FOUNAWEA: Full Bungalow, up to date, of 4 rooms and scullery; just completed; constructed of best of timber, material, and fittings, and faithfully built; position ideal, only 40yds from beach; glorious view. The price quoted includes house and 3 one-eighth-acre sections; pretty native bush on two; but, if required, buyer need not take the three; black pine timber, venesta panelling, antique copper fittings, 2 verandahs, range, copper, tubs, etc. Terms. rN GOOD SOUTH END SUBURB: NEW 5-RCOMED HOUSE, with all ob l UU modern improvtments, including bathroom, with porcelain bath and basin, electric, steel ceilings, 6ft hall; drained to D.B. regulations; return verandah, asphalt paths, good section. A PEW MINUTES FROM TWO CAR SERVICES. The property is situated slightly on rise. p>;(yr—MUSSELBURGH; NEW 5-BOOMED HOUSE, with scullery, bathroom obO I O (with pedestal bath and basin), b. and c., electric light, tiled hearths and grates, drained to sewer. THE TERMS ARE EXCEPTIONALLY EASY—viz., £SO DOWN, balance, including payment on account of principal and interest, at 16s per week during the period of the war and £1 per week afterwards. pkA (£75 Deposit).—ST. CLAIR: EXCELLENT 5-ROOMED HOUSE, with all ribODU conveniences, including electric light, porcelain bath and basin; drained to D.B. regulations; CLOSE TO CAR. nnon —CITY TNO CARS REQUIRED): NATTY 4-EOOMED HOUSE; good-sized SbO/wU 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 a home for which CAR FARES DO NOT HAVE TO BE CONSIDERED. SMALL DEPOSIT only required. O'T'lT’K —ANDERSON’S BAY close to 2d section: NEW BUNGALOW; 5 BOOMS, Jb I lO with porcelain bath and large basin, hj. and c. water.’electric light and plug (or electric iron, latest tiled hearths, grates, and mantels, built-in wardrobes, fine sn- j trance hall, LATEST SEPTIC DRAINAGE; in fact, EVERYTHING AS YOU WOULD WISH IT; FINE SECTION; sunny position and sen view. TERMS.
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