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TO LET. TO LET 56, "Victoria-st. West Large Shop and 4 rooms.—R. Stow, Tailor, Victorin-st 93 0 LET, 5-roomed Furnished Cottage.— Apply to A. Sansom, Sulphur Beach, Xorthcote. TO LET, Waterview, House, 6 rooms, and 5-acre orchard.—Apply to Geo. Arnold, Waterview, Avondale. !■*> T~C> LET, " Furnished, House, 7 roomsT piano; every convenience; terme moderate.—Apply Star Office. 33 O LET, large doublesCronted Shop, on Great North-r4.; rent 7/.— Apply Percy Murshall, Great North-rd. TO LET, 4-roomed Cottage, idtenderson; lOmius from station. —Apply Woodward, Butcher, 28 TO LET, Grey Lynn, good 6-roomed House, with all modern conveniences. — Cnmminjr and Son, 85. Qneen-st. £0 TO LET, Onehunga, handy to car, new 5-roomed Honse, conveniences; also, extra Umd-—.Ward, Manukau-rd. Epsom. rf>O LET, top Hobson-st., Small Shop, J-' plate glass front; fitted room at back; firepJace and convenience.—236, top Hobsonst _5* TO LETT, Shop. Pitt-st., close to Fire -L Brigade Station; rent, 3)/ week.—Geo. Sayers, Property Auctioneer, Durliani-st. East. O TJET, 2 Stiops, Upper Pltt-st; close cars; rent, 30/ week each.—Geo. Sayers, Property' Auctioneer, Dnrham-st. East. rpo LET.', House of 6 rooms to tenant J- without children; references.—Apply W. B. Snook, Eden Terrace, between 6 and s p.m. i*; rpQ LET 6-r House, bathroom, scullery, J- and washhouse; Liike-rd., Devonport.— Apply R. J. Roberts, Architect, Lake-rd., Devonport. i°£ TO LETT, House, 5 rooms; wash-house, set tubs; bathroom, pantry, scullery; cupboards, dresser.—Apply Neal, Bellwood, Mt. RogkiU. 9j TO LET Pousonby, close to car, Furnished Honse. suitable boardinghouse, fine sea view. £2 2/.—George Peace, 103, Victoria Arcade. i££ TO LET In rising suburb, Shop, Dwelling, etc.; stable; 20/; If used as private house only 17/6.—George Peace, 100, Victoria Arcade. l£ c mO LET, Furnished, at Devonport, a 5--L roomed House, for sis weeks or two months- 30/ weekly.—Apply R. and U. Duder, Devonport. 94 TO LET, Slorningside. New House, 6 rooms; scullery, pantry, bathroom, and all conveniences; £1 per week.—T. Ussher. 28, H.M. Arcade. Queen-3L O tET from April Ttli. Richmond Residence of 9 rooms; handy xo cars: lovely position; rent. 22/6 week.-Geo Sayen,. Property Auctioneer, Durham-st. East. WO LET, Grey Lynn tram terminus, large 1 β-roomed house, bathroom, scullery, wasniiouse detached, stable and buggy shed.— Apply H. B. Fisher, Jeweller, Newton. JS T _ d"IAET, an Allotment, laving 44ft front- | use to College Hill and 109 ft to Seot-land-st., adjoining the Gas Company s Premises; all fenced, and suitable for a Coal and Firewood Yard.—For particulars, apply to Manager. Star Offloe. O LET 1 , NEAR STATION, ELLERSLIE, FUIJSOY FURNISHED VILLA, Quarter A£re Section. 17/6 per week. AFpl y G. M. H«^«U ~HZ± B T ' RANFXTRLY-RDv, EPSOM—Gentleman's Residence, 7 very Jarge rooms, scullery, I pantry, bathroom; lwt and cold water, ana all conveniences. ONE-TREE HILL (for 12 months or longer)— Good 7-roomed House, and all conveniences. Low rental to good tenant. CUMMING AND SON, 85, Queen-st. 66 T ° L B i: SUITE OF OFFICES, With Strong Room, In Dadley's New Fireproof Building. Special terms to approved tenants. Apply SHEARER AND EASTGATE, Security Buildings, Telephone- JJO7B. ■ QUEEN-ST. rr\ o let, -*- HIGHLY FURNISHED RESIDENCE, JERVOIS-RD., PONSONBY. Piauo and every convenience. Magnificent pusltlon; owner going to England; suit professional gentleman. Further Particulars— GEO. SAVERS, Property Auctioneer, Durham-street East. rp o let. WELL LIGHTED AjND CENTRAL OFFICES AND SAMPLE ROOMS, 111 Hall of Commerce, High-st. Apply— W. AND G. ELLIOTT, Bank of New Zealand Buildings, Queen-st. Low 'Rentals. LOCK-UP Shop, with large room, Great North,-rd.. opposite Northcote-st.; trams stop.—W. Rattray, 36 and 37, His Majesty's Arcade. 77 OFFICES to LeT rent low.—E. A? Waters, Dominion Chambers, 63 . Queen-st. k^j "DOOMS, Furnished, single, double beds, •*-*> use kitchen, sitting, smoke; piano, h. and c. bath, p.w.c; 3 minutes from Queeust. Terms moderate.—Apply 48, Nelson-st., Suite Furn. Rooms; dinin--room, stove, kitchen, washhouse, baturoom, bedroom, balcony; prlv. family; uue central position; 12/6; references.— \pplv Star Office. j>s rpAIHAPE.—To Let or Lease, right oppoJ- site railway station, main street, Corner Shop, suitable book or confectionery. Apply N.Z. Photo. Goods, Qneen-st. Auckland. ' _ TENDERS. fjt O BUILDERS, Tenders will be received up till Noon o-f TUESDAY, the 30th Inst., for tie Erection of a House at Northco'te. Plans and Specifications at Our Offices Empire Bldgs., Swanson-st. ' EDW. MAHONEY AND SOX, Architects. Public Works Office, Auckland, 20th March 1909 CJEPARATB TENDERS will be received "at C this Office until Noon of MONDAY 20th March, 1909, for the SUPPLY A\n DELIVERY OF COAL AND FIREWOOD FOR GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS ATJCK LAND, and DEFENCE WORKS DEVON PORT. Conditions may be seen at this Office. No tender neeesearily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. Public Works Office, Auckland, 20th March, ISO 9. rpENDERS will be received at this Office J- until Noon of MONDAY, 20th March 1300, FOR CHIMNEY-SWEEPING CON TRACT, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, AUCKLAND. Conditions may be seen at this Office. No tender necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. GOLD MINING NOTICES. OLDEN BELT GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. A CALL (the eighth) of One Penny per Share has been made this Hay by the Directors, payable to the Secretary, at the Company's Office, Victoria Arcade, Queen-st Auckland, on THURSDAY, April 29, 1909. H. GILFIDLAN, Jun., Secretary. Auckland, March 22, 1909. PERSONA!.. W OFFERED person knowing of fourroomed House to Let, near Id section; sas-—Apply Star Office. 6B

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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