Home? snd Land* T. IJ S S " K B. HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, STICHBURVS BUILDINGS, QUEEN-STREET. Eents and Debts Collected. Money inrested on first-class securities. .Mortgages and Loans negotiated. FOR SALE, NEW 4-ROOMED HOUSE, ten minutes' walk from Queen-street. Terms easy. NEW 4-ROOMED HOUSE, with Scullery, &c., Mount Eden Road. £30 cash: balance by instalments. FARM of 136 acres, milea from Railway ; 70 acres in good grass: House and outbuildings. £400; £100 cash. 123 ACRES of Kauri aad Tea-tree Bush, with good 4-roomed House, near Railway. 214 ACRES valuable Bush Land ; good road to Railway. 10s por acre. PARM of 15 Acres, 4-roomed House, &c., G miles from town : 'bus and railway. £200. 83LOther properties for Sale and to Let. Full particulars at office. G. EWINGTON, HOUSE, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, No. SI Q.CTEEN"-STREET. EIGHT-ROOMED HOUSE in Upper Queenstroet. Allotment 120 feet frontage ; water laid-on: grounds planted—£6oo COMFORTABLE HOUSE of eight rooms in Grafton Road for £400 LARGE ALLOTMENT and good house in Abercrombie-street for £500 NEW HOUSE at Mount Eden Road, containing six rooms and wash-house—£34o WANTED TO BUY — A Residence at Mount Eden, containing about 10 rooms WANTED—A House near town; worth about £800. EIGHT-ROOMED HOUSE in Symonds street —£750 FARM of 170 acres at Pakuranga HAMILTON—IOO acres at Pukete—£2so 1 ACRE at Ellerslie—£Bo 10 ACRES volcanic Land, near Mount Eden —£600 UNRIVALLED BUILDING SITES at Allendale, Mount Albert. The land is some of the best in the country; it is within four miles of town ; has a railway station within 100 yards of it: commands a good view; can bo sold on remarkably easy terms, and in parcels to suit purchasers. Plans, at my office. Arrangements can be made with persons "wishing to inspect the property. 10 ACRES, Mount Smart—£2so POMPALIER-STREET, Ponsonby—A neat Cottage and large allotment x—£l9o 140 ACRES, "Whangarei—£loo MAGNIFICENT BUILDING SITES at Ponaonby; fenced, planted, and facing tho sea MONEY TO LEND
Before purchasing Farms investors would do well to inspect my list F. G. EWING T0 N, 81, Queen-street. Conveyances. "\TEWTON AND PONS ONBY -L" OMNIBUSES. GEORGE JOBSON, Proprietor. TIME TABLE. Un f°l Bank at following times:-At and ?"°™ ® a ; 1- f?7 p.m., every fifteen minutes ;at the I ? o, H. v } a 9 rG y _street ; at quarter to and juarter past, via Victoria-street. I Extra "Buses leave at 7.10 a.m., via Grey-street; leaving Three Lamps at 7.40 for town ; 6.7, and 0 7 p.m., via Grey-street. NIGHT 'BUSES—9 and 10 p.m., via Victoria-street andrGrey-street respectively. Saturday, every half hour from 8 to 11 p.m. J > " n V. Bus wi . U P as 3 th ° College on wet afternoons for the convenience of scholars. BRUSRLEY'S AUCKLAND AND O ONEHUNGA 'BUS. TIME TABLE. Leaves Auckland: Loaves Onoliunm: Opposite Greyhound Hotel. Hardington's Hotel. , P- m - 0.45 a.m. 5.30 p.m. 3.30 p.m. Sun-days : 10 a.m. 4.30 p.m Auckland and onehunga GOLDEN LINE OF OMNIBUSES. TIMETABLE. Leave Onehunga. I Leave Auckland. 12 noon 9.45 a . m _ | ® P*m. j 3.45 p.m. SUNDAYS. 4 p.m. f 10 a.m. 5 P m - I 2 p.m. Grafton Boad Omnibuses leavo Auckland Hotel Quean-street at 8 5, 9.5, 10.5, 11.5, 12.5 a.m., 1.5, 2:5 3.5, 4.5, 5.5, 6.5, 7.5 p.m.GEORGE COOK, Proprietor. Mears's Stables, Queen-stroet Carriages and Buggies for Hire. Orders to be left at Auckland or Manukau. FQ 17 J C K ' S 9 TIMETABLE
SYJIOIfDS-STItEET, KYBER PASS, AND ■ Git AYTON EOAD "BUS. leave Auckland Hotel at a quarter past every hour from a quarter past 8 a.m. to a quarter past 7pm ' Leave the Corner of Seafleld View and Carlton Sort Koaa at a quarter to fclie hour, from a quarter to 9 a m to a quarter to 8 p.m. F. QUICK, Proprietor, Victoria-street. . Royal mail line of coaches BETWEEN Aucklanb, Panmurk, and Howick. Leave Auckland .. .. Daily t3pm. Leave Panmuro.. .. .. Daily 4.30 p.m. Arrive Howick Dally at 5.30 p.m. Leave Howick .. .. .. Daily at 7.30 a.m Leave Panmure Daily at 5.30 a.m. Arrive at Auckland .. .. Daily at 10 a.m." Booking Office—F. Quick's Livery aiid Bait Stables, Victoria-street, Auckland. CONNOLLY AND LUNDON, Proprietors. 11 TELEGRAPH LINE OP COACHES. W. K. Carter's COACHES will run to the following Time-table, carrying Her Majesty's mails leaves Cambridge for Hamilton—Daily at 5.30 a.m. .Leaves Hamilton for Cambridge—On arrival of tram at 2.30 p.m. eaves Te Arolia for Hamilton—Mondav. Wednesday, and Friday, at 10 a.m. Leaves Hamilton for To Arolia—Tuesday Thurs. day,'and Saturday, at S a.m. ■ W. K. CARTER. M POKTAIT NOTICE. ,Y; K - Carter in returning thanks to his numerous customers for the liberal support he has received sin™ running tlio Mail Coach between Hamilton and Cambridge, begs now to inform them although his mail contract expires on 31st December, his Coach will still continue, to run between Cambridge and Hamilton Auckland 1 connc!ction with tho tral °* to and from W. K. CARTER, Livery and Bait Stables, Cambridge, 0 " Pr ° Prietor - 21st December, ISBO. WCROWTHER o VICTORIA LIVERY & BAIT STABLES' corner of Lome and "Wellesley streets, ' Patronised and appointed Livery Stable-keeper to 11.R.H tho Duke of Edinburgh and His Excellency Sir G. F. Bowen. For Hire—A groat variety of Carriages, open and < ? n<s bedding Carriages, with bay horses, Buggies, single and double-seated, hooded and open ; single or pair of Horses; Fonr-whwla Dog-cartsßreaks for picnic parties; Covered Con voyancea for driving passengers to out-districts Ladies and Gentlemen a Saddlo Horses, &o. 4c Cliarges Moderate.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, New Zealand Herald, Volume XVIII, Issue 6053, 12 April 1881
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