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Properties. ILLIAM TODD & Co. have for VV sale by private treaty, the following town and suburban perties : INVERCARGILL. 8-Roomed house —central position Gentleman’s' residence, t acre, desirable locality. f-Acre and four room House, Yarrow street. 6-Roomed House and 4-acre, Leet st. : Large freehold Section in Leet street, near Dee street, 88ft. by 132 ft. New dwelling of five rooms, all con- 1 veniences, washhouse, etc., in Crinan street, freehold. Leet street dwelling of 5 rooms, 4 H acre freehold, northerly aspect. EAST INVERCARGILL. Section facing Elies Road. BLUFF. Six-Roomed Dwelling and 4- Acre,; commanding view of harbour. WAIKIWI. 44 Acres fenced and improved., GLADSTONE. 4-Acre on North Road. 2 Quarter Acres, Burton. NORTH INVERCARGILL. One Acre and Desirable Dwelling. 4 Sections, each |-acre frontage, Elies. Road —near Mr Godward’s residence. BRUNSWICK. 4-Acre and Cottage. NORTH ROAD, f Acre, 6 roomed dwelling, only two years erected, with outbuildings: ; a fine block ; easterly aspect ; North Road, Just past Waihopai Bridge. Owner going North, so is prepared to accept low price. COLLING WOOD. Several Sections. GEORGETOWN. One Acre. Several Sections. TRAFALGAR. 4-Acre and 4-roomed ho 11 se— ■’£ 100. POWELLTOWN. 2f Acres, fenced and drained. FARMS. One 24 miles from Invercargill. One 3 miles from Invercargill. One 7 miles from Invercargill. A golden opportunity OPENING SALE : NOW ON. NEW PREMISES : PRINCESS HOTEL BUILDINGS, Opposite News Office., JEWELLERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, ETC., At Greatly Reduced Prices^ THOMAS ROCHE, WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER,:

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 42, 15 December 1906

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 42, 15 December 1906

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