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—_ ■ PROPERTIES FOR SALE AND TO LET. ] John jiEiicmTTa; LAND', ESTATE, INSURANCE, AND . GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, 1 5 and G EXCHANGE COURT, i 96 PRINCES STREET, • TO LET.-Fonr-rooined HOUSE and SEC- > TtUiV, ltavcnsbourne. t FOE SALE.—Ten-roomed HOUSE; stable x conrervatory, and about 1 acre land' , t sunny nspeot; tram to door. ' t FOR SALE.-Desirable SHEEP FARM, over I GOOO acres Freehold, with E ood Leasehold adjoining. j. FOR SALE-Four-roomed HOUSE (City Property'; £275. Come early; good . opportunity for working man. FOR SALE.-3J ACRES LAND, upon which aro erected 4 Dwelling Houses; good t opportunity for speculator. £1000. I FOR SALE.—Four-rcoined HOUSE and large ' scullery, with half an aero Land; Bimny 3 exposure. This land is very suitable for Buildipg Silos. £475. r MONEY TO LEND ON FREEHOLD SECURITY. LICENSED LAND BROKERS UNDER ! ' , LAND TRANSFER ACT. ] • [W. & T. H. REID.] 0 I L L I A il REID, , ' LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, 27 Eattroy street, HAS FOR SALE: r 501. SECTIONS, Calton Township; wellBituated, near tram terminus; facing . sun; for sale cheap-£5 deposit, balance on easy terms;, a splendid investment for 8 young people. :- i%. Ten-roomed HOUSE, Anderson's Bay' |-acre section; £630; or with 2i acres, i 505. Four ROOMS; bathroom, pantry, soul--1 .lerv, and washhouse: all under one roofI ml* Bectlon: yto trom; cbea p; LEASE of Kaikorai Junction HOTEL- low rental; reasonable ingoing; good terms; good and improving business done- a "m«lfXit a T Bfota " oLergetiolUa,i;Ull 120. Seven ROOMS Littlebourne;. J-acre secences. " ' ™ ik aU Coaveniill. HOUSE, 10 rooms, Leitb. street; £950 US. Six ROOMS, Albany street; bath, h. and all conveniences; corner section*/20, , «9. HOUSE, 6 rooms, Maori Hill; £630. J2O. HOUSE, 5 rooms* Cannington; £600. TO LET. 502. COTTAGE (3 rooms and scullery), Mac laggnn street; 6a 6d per week. Three ROOMS, York place (near KhW street); Bs. Five ROOMS, Roslyn, 17s. ! 105. COTTAGE • (two rooms), Cumberland s street (near Albany.street); 7s a week. r Four OFFICES; central; 5s 63 per week. W. & T. H. REID, . FINANCIAL and INSURANCE. AGENTS, Sub-agent Royal Insurance Compnny, 27 RATTRAY STREET. DUNEDIN. 3|JA KM AN, BeYVY^, (Member Dunediri Stock Exohange), . ESTATE AGENT, SHAREBROKER, AND FINANCIAL AGENT, VOGEL STREET, DUNEDIN. • . 1 ' • Shares and Debentures Purchased and Sold at Closest Market Hates. Investments Found for Money in Propertj, 1 Debentures, Shares, or Sound First Mortr gage Securities, Loans Negotiated. ■ Latest Information and Quotations supplied on inquiry. Monthly Stock and Share Lists posted on ' application. Syndicates and Companies Formed to Acquire or Finance Sound Commercial Businesses, or to work bona, tide proved Dredg- " ing, Sluicing, or Quartz Mining Claims. FOR SALE. ■■ CX^Tl ,°,? no Bi ? ! ' above Oatb.cdroo.-Two HOUSES, five and seven rooms; all modern conveniences; full J-acre section; sun all day.' Also, in same wnmft' i ' Aore ajiCTION > with Three HOUSES thereon, two containing five and one of seven rooms; always let same tenants for years; a spiendid investment; price on application. MORNINGTON.-SECTIONS, all sizes and al. prices; full i-acre; lovely situation£llo. ' ROSLYN.-Fuil QUARTER-ACRE; lovelv vuew; £310. :.' J CITY (Between High and Stafford stree(s) Ful i-Acre SECTION; no buildings; only two blocks from C.P.0.; not many ohancos of getting sections in the heart of the City now, and cheap; give' US'a call, COUNTRY STORE (South Canterbury).Grocery, Ironmongery, Boots, Crockery; turnover £400 per month; stock about £1100, at valuation; dwelling attached; ong lease; 25s week rent. A rare chance . to secure a good country store business. WM. POWELL & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, . Late of 58 Princes street, ' Have Removed ' TO CONVENIENT GROUND-FLOOR PREMISES in IMPERIAL BUILDINGS, Opposite Triangle. We shall be Pleased' to SEE CLIENTS at OUR NEW ADDRESS: No. 12 LOWER HIGH STREET. HOUSES, SECTIONS, FARMS, and BUSINESSES FOR SALE In ALL PARTS of the DOMINION. TO ;let. We have a Client who desires To Let Part of House (say 3 rooms) to a Gentlewoman. The house is in a sunny, healthy position. Would suit a lady with. one or two children. CITY: 8, 7, and K Rooms, CAVER9HAM: 7 Rooms. ROSLYN: G Rooma. ST. CLAIR: H and 5 Rooms. SOUTH DUNEDIN: 3 Rooms. WOODEN©: I Rooms. Also, BOARDING-HOUSES, SHOPS, and OFFICES. WM. POWELL AND CO., ADDRESS--12 LOWER HIGH STREET. — A movement, originating in Philadelphia, is rapidly' extending throughout the States to set aside May 10 each year as -Mother's Day." Every man, woman, and child pledges that day to wear a white carnation " in honour of the best mother who ever lived." M.r M. A. M'Farkne, tobacconist, Maryborough, Vic, writes:-" My boy had been troubled with bronchitis for some time, and though 1 had export opinion and their prescriptions, lie still seemed to bo getting i worse. I was really afraid that he was t developing consumption. At length I i eoncludtxi to give Chamberlain's Cough 8 Remedy a trial, and can truthfully say the '. result was wonderful. From the very first 8 ho commenced to piok up,- aud is to-day ' quite healthy. _At the least symptom of an ; attack I now give him a. few doecs, and it always chocks tho complaint at once. Have , also given Chamberlain's Coujrh Remedy to , my other children when attacked with ! Croup, with the same good results." For , Bftlo everywhere,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Otago Daily Times, Issue 14258, 6 July 1908

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