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; TEjrPKRfc, T° P-rnH^V™ 1161 ." 5 are ***** *«« * Painting a House.—Apply 67. Cook-st. =—- ■ ■__ mi to thV y •~ A ? on 3<*h. first turning L_ne. . S ' PaSt Costley Home, Green T 5 S ?^ RA ? ruRS -Wanted. Orders for Prices iny , Brade ' at lowest Cll " ent A a 'wm "X s gi , Ten loT contract work.— ■a. 8. -ffll. Owen's-rd., Mt. Eden. 83 __ ° v M -Ll_L- **•' *■*■ KB B * TA^B.J>(^ rN AND RE-ERECTING FENCE, WOOD-ST., PONSONBY.' -Jn nders toT -Q e aboTe wm be received until noon on TUESDAY, 23rd March. J. CUBRIE, Architect. Camden Chambers, Queen-st. AND STABLING (BBICK AND WOOD), AT A VONDALE. Tenders for th't above will be received until Noon of MONDAY, the 29th inst r n _, t HT FP R H - WHITE, Architect. Government Insurance Buildings 99, Queen-street. ' 95 T ° "painters. PAINTING A HOUSE AT ELLERSLIE. „n^ I>BRS , f 2 : - th - ! aboTe wlu be received until Noon of MONDAY, 22nd March. GEffIALD E, JONES, -ecor-ty Buildings. Architect. rpENDERS invited tor BUILDING BRICK WARBHOU-f, WA_C*_FIBLD-ST. Close at my Office,. H.M. Arcade at Noon, MONDAY. April the sth. T. "W. MAY, Architect 'Phone 754. .J-JOAD FORMATION AND METALLING. TENDERS will be received at this Office up to noon of Monday, March 29th, for forming and metalling about 20 chains of road near Epsom Hotel. HENRY H. METCALFE, Palmereton Buildlnggt. rpO ELECTRICAL ' CONTRACTORS. Tenders will be received by the undersigned for an Electrical Installation In the premises of W. Buchanan, Ltd., Karanga-hape-rd. S. IBWIN CROOKES. A.M.1.E.E., F.C.S., Consulting Engineer. 80 __• O CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are Invited for the CONSTRUCTION OF A WATER RESERVOIR at Captain Cook Brewery; Newmarket. Drawings, Specification, and General Con. dltlons may be seen at the office of the undersigned, and Tenders will be received by him until Noon of TUESDAY, 23rd CNl—rch inst. JAMES STEWART, Civil Engineer. 27, Shortland-st., llth March, 1909. A UCKLAND HARBOUR BOABD. TENDERS FOR STEEL CASTINGS FOB RAILWAY CROSSINGS. Secretary's Office, March 20, 1909. TENDERS will be received at this Office until TUESDAY', the 13th day of April, 1909, at Noon, for 'STEEL CASTINGS FOR RAILWAY CROSSINGS, in terms of .plans and specification to be seen at the Engineer's Office. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Steel Oashlngs for Railway Wharf." By order of the Board. J. M. BRIG-HAM, Secretary. - Public Works Office, Auckland, 10th March, 1909. TENDERS will be received at this Office until noon of THURSDAY, Ist April, 1909, for ERECTION (In BrlcK) of a POST OFFICE at Mt. Eden. Plans, etc., may be seen at this Office. No tender necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. - PUBLIC WORKS OFFICE, Auckland, 19th March, 1909. rTVDNDERS will be received at this Office A- until Noon of WEDNESDAY, Vth April, 1909, for ERECTION (In Brick) of a POST OFFICE AT NGARUAWAHIA. Plans, etc., may be seen at Post Offices, iNgaruaw-hla and Hamilton, and. at this Office. No tenner necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. Auckland, 10th March, 1009. PUBLIC WORKS OFFICE, TENDERS will be received at this Office until Noon of WEDNESDAY. 7th April, 1909, for EJECTION* OF POSTMASTER'S RESIDENCE AT WHITIANGA. Plans, etc., may be seen at Post Office, W-hltlanga, and at this Office. No tender necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. ■DIRKENHEAD" BOROUGH COUNCIL! CLEARING AND ROAD FORMATION. Tenders required for Road Clearing and Earth Work at Blrkdale Wharf and Plne-nvcnue-rd. Contract No. 1. Wharf-rd. Cutting. 2. Cutting and Filling. 3. Clearing aud Road Formation. Specifications to be seen at Mr S. Roberts' Store, Main-road, Birkenhead. ; Tenders to be deposited at the Council Chambers, Birkenhead, or with the Town Clerk, up to 5 o'clock WEDNESDAY, the 24th inst. A. L. WHITE, Town Clerk. Birkenhead. 18th March, 1009. TN BANKRUPTCY. ESTATE OF JOHN DERUNGS. TRADING AS "DERUNGS AND C 0.," OF HAMILTON. LAUNDRY PROPRIETOR. Separate Tendeis will be received at my tofflce, Customs-st. West, up to noon of THURSDAY, tbe Sth day of April, 1909, for (1) The Whole of the Thoroughly Up-to-date Laundry Plant, valued as per Schedule, at £105 G/9 (2) AU my Right, Title, and Interest in the Lease of the commodious New nnd Specially Built Premises of the Laundry in Hood-st., Hamilton West, valued together with the goodwill of the business, at .... £75 Schedules of Plant, particulars of Lease, and Conditions of Sale can be seen at my office, or at the office of my Agent, Mr W. C. Davis, Auctioneer, Hamilton. A Deposit in Cash or a Bank Cheque equal to 20 per cent of the amount tendered must accompany each tender. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. E. GERARD, Official Assignee. Auckland, 12th March, 1009. A T» TTERROLD, ARCHITECT, 10, NATIONAL CHAMBERS, Swanson-st., Auckland. "Phone 2510. Financial Assistance given If required. M 163 T T> H B _. P S, "PLASTERER AND CONTRACTOR, CAMBRIDGE HOUSE. LOWER VINCENT-ST., AUCKLAND. Estimates given. Letters attended to. M 450

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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