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nouses ana Lana ior 7>aw. : W. J". SHORT, 13. VICTORIA ARCADE, AUCKLAND. TWO ABSOLUTE BARGAINS, I EASE, WITH P. 0.—200 ACRED, suburJ ban, only 18 miles from Auckland,, by a. good road; i'« miles from railway station, one mile from post office, J-mile from orcamery; carrying about 50 milking cows and 150 sheep. Buildings consist of a good seven-roomed House, and all necessary out- ' buildings; well watered, by windmill anil streams. This is one of the best-appointed farms in the district. Lease, at 16s per acre, six years to run, with right to purchase at £16 10s. Return fare to Auckland, IS sd; PRICE for goodwill. £350. DON T MISS SEEING THIS PROPERTY. ■ , n . Folio 1130. PUKEKAWA. , KOA ACRES, freehold, situated PukeOtLAJ kawa; 36 miles by rail South of Auckland, thence five, miles by road, 111 a prosperous district; soil equal in quality to the famous Pukekohe Hill; about 400 acres slightly undulating, and laid down in best English grasses, 40 acres white pine swamp, balance valuable native bush, puriri, rimu, rata, hinau, and various other good timber, supplejack undergrowth; seven paddocks, post and wire fenced; splendid frontage to main road; watered by stone-bot-tom creeks, springs; alss one mile frontage to Waikato Ri"er at back, carrying 450 sheep with lambs, 85 head big cattle, and 20 horses Six roomed House, detached wash-house, dairy; convenient to P. 0., school, and creamery; 150 acres has been ploughed. Altogether, an ideal farm. PRICE REDUCED TO £12 10s PER ACRE FOR A QUICK SALE. Easy terms arranged. See photos, in case at Office. PLEASE NOTE—It is very rarely a farm of this description comes on the market; certainly not at this figure. Folio 275 N.B. Numerous other properties of all sizes for Rale and Exchange. PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO THE OFFICE. W J,~SHORT, 13, VICTORIA ARCADE. AUCKLAND. 25 years' experience at farming in the Dominion, and have a good knowledge of the value of the properties placed in my hands for sale. Telephone 2699. . "ESTABLISHED Jgg^ ALFRED RUCKLAND AND SONS. m El TTAYMABKET. pAVONA pARK INSTATE. Tlf ANGERS. nOLFERS' TTOME, TyTANGERB /CROSSING. ■ THE UNSOLD PORTIONS OF THESE ESTATES ARE FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Secure Plans, Prices ana Terms from us--1 QQ ACRES, NARRAHU-88 acres in grass, 100 balance rough feed; clumps of bush; well watered; Cottage, four rooms; seven miles from township, seven miles from Albany. Price, £500 lot; terms, £100 cash. O£A ACRES, KAWA. near T© Awamutu&o\J 70 Acres grass. 100 swamp, balance river flats; seven paddocks, carrying 40 dairy cows and young stock; new House, six rooms, plenty of outbuildings; creamery on property; 2i miles from . £12 10s acre; Terms, £600 cash. - , i K/l ACRES. WHANGARATA-Three parts JLtJ'± in grass, 3 acres crop, 2 acres shelter bush; 8 paddocks; well watered; House, five rooms; cowshed six bails, dairy, implements, shed; close to two creameries; two miles from railway station. Price, £10 acre; terms, £500 cash, balance easy terms. A(\ ACRES, MANUREWA. two miles from '±\y railway station; Dwelling, seven rooms, practically new; cowshed and implement shed; seven paddocks, free of weeds; well watered, superior supply; *-acre in orchard and a tennis lawn. The owner is anxious to sell, having purchased a larger property. Prr?e, £220J Terms, say £750 cash, balance can remain five years at 5 per cent. N.B.— A grand dairy farm, close to saleyards, creameries, and rail. rVO SPECULATORS AND QTHER& ,T«TEEKS' ISLAND. MANGERE. comprising ■ » V ' -■ 480 acres, all in grass, well watered; splendid erasing property; one hour's drivn from Auckland. , Two Residences on propert", nine and five rooms, new; concrete foundation and all necessary outbuildings. This property has great > prospective value, and an 'deal spot for Summer Resort. Terms exceptionally easy. TO LEASE AS A GOING CONCERN. . IK/i ACRES. 3o years' Leass. with Right or JLO'x Renewal; rental. £43 8s yearly; 120 acres in grass. 12 acres oats, 5 acres ploughed! ready for crop, balance fern land and partly ploughable, flat and undulating; air. paddocks; well watered. Small two-roomed House, cowshed (six bails), cartshed. stables. Including 23 cows and heifers to calve, two horses, waggon, harness, 10 Shares N.Z. Dairy Association. 15 minutes from school, creamery, and post Price, £800A SOUND INVESTMENT. . DA ACRES. WAIUKU-New House, five OU rooms; cowshed, concrete floors, stables: 15 acres bush; five paddocks; well watered; balance in grass; 14 miles from creamery, school, and post. Price, £17 acre; terms easy. or ACRES, CLEVEDON SOUTH-15 Acres CO ACRES, balance splendid grass; Acres O crop, balance splendid grass; Dwelling seven rooms, all.necessary outbuildings, including splendid cowshed; school, post adjoining the farm; 14 miles to creamery Price, £30 acre. Terms can be arranged. OUR LAND REGISTER IS UNIQUE. SECURE ONE. MOUNT EDEN. jp-1 A A DEPOSIT will put you in possescfedLUUsioii of a lovely Home, well worthy of the name. The House contains six large and lofty rooms, besides pantry, scullery, bathroom, wash-house {c. and t.), etc. It is equipped with every possible convenience, has up-to-date hot water service, gas fires, tiled hearths and grates, set-in wardrobe, friezes, rimu mantels, panelled ceilings, and lead lights: stands high on elevated section, 66ft by 131 ft 7in, ana is only a few minutes from cars. Inspection will carry conviction to the fastidious buyer. At any rate call and lot us show you tho property, and we will leave the rest to you. CUMMINGT& SON, pSTATE A GENTS AND A UOTIONEERS, 85. QUEEN-ST.. AUCKLAND. Telephones: Office, 2682; Residence, 115. DAVID KAY, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. VULCAN LANE. AUCKLAND. £> A A A - " 7 * ACRES. Bombay; first-class d& i ±\J\J volcanic land; all in grass; good garden and orchard. House of rive rooms and outbuildings; a few minutes from mis; beautifully situated. Make an ideal country resort. • " DAIRY FARM AS A GOING CONCERN. £* 9A PER ACRE—ISS Acres, good land; all &b~L\J in good English grass, except a few acres of reserve native mush; alongside township, post and telephone office, stores, etc The following go with tho property: — 35 first-class dairy cows (selected), one bull, two draught horses, pigs, fowls, cart, plough, discs, roller, tools,- etc.; Eureka milking machine, 3 h.p. oil engine 50-gallon separator, and all farm and dairy utensils. This is a very choice property, and is one of the cheapest on the.market at the present time. It is within easy driving distance from Auckland. Terms, £1500 cash, balance five years at five per cent. CHEAP SUBURBAN FARM. J?'A A A CASH— Acres, good land; all in 3t/4tUv good English grass and cultivai tion. Good House, of six rooms, and outbuildings; good garden and orchard; well fenced, and subdivided into paddocks; seven or eight minutes' walk to railway station, good road; will carry in present state 15 or 16 dairy cows. Price, £28 per acre, or a little less for cash Cheapest Farm in the district. GOOD VALUE. 1> A nTk-BEAUTIFUL BAY OF ISLANDScfcttI/U Seaside Property of 80 Acres, adjoining township; 10 chains beach frontage the old Blockhouse was on this property; 16 acres fenced and grassed; stable, cowshed; balance rough feed. £} i 7AA-20 ACRES, level, loamy land; d&JL lUU , every inch valuable tor residential purposes; beautiful outlook, northeast aspect; 14 acres in good orchard, just ,coming to profit.' House, six rooms and conveniences; outbuildings, glasshouse, shelter trees: 6 acres grass;, 4-mile station, seven Auckland. rar» PER ACRE—4OO Acres, volcanic land; ci&O broken but running immense amount of stock; wintered 500 sheep and 60 head cattle; north-east aspect; well watered, stony creeks; good fences; 50 acres standing bush; House, etc.; five miles station, 15 Auckland, eood metal road. 01 PER ACRE—I7O Acres; good farm; a&xO the whole in grass or crop; 10 paddocks; creek boundary; at present used Tor dairying; equally good sheep- country; warm, dry soil; part flat, balance gently undulating; House, 10 rooms; orchard, outbuildings, sheep dip, etc.; 4-mile station, 20 Auckland. H. MORGAN & CO., LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS . S.M. ARCADE, AUCKLAND. " '

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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