TEMPERS. rrVENDERS are invited for Plumbing and -*- Drainage.—Plans, etc., W. J. England, ' 6. Pitt-st. 106 rpENDERS Wanted for Plumbing Brick" ■*- lorlng, ana Painting to Residence. Grand View-rd., Remuera. P-lans etc. on Job. 96 F£ O B U I L" D E It §7 Tenders are Invited until noon of Thursday, April Btb. for the erection of a Residence in Beach-road, Devonport. ARTHUR G. DAW, Architect. 313. Victoria Arcade. (IN BRICK) IN LORNE-ST. Tenders will be received up to THURSDAY, loth April, at Noon. M. WALKER. Architect, His Majesty's A-rcade. m ob v I l 5 £ 5 sT HOUSE IX WOOD AND ROUGH CAST, VICTORIA-AVENUE. REMUERA. Tenders for the abuve will be received until Noon, MONDAY. 19th of April GERALD E. JONES. Architect. Security Buildings. SCHOOL BUHDDING AT PAENGAROA (EAST COAST.) TENDERS will be received at the Education Board's Office. 201, Victoria Arcade, Auckland, until Noon on TUESDAY. April 20, Plans, etc., at 216, Victoria Arcade, and with the Postmaster, Tauranga. JOHN FARRELLi, Architect. ASSIGNED ESTATE OF LILIAN HENRIETTA CULLEN, OF TE AROHA, DRAPER. Tenders -will be received at my Office, Oiistome-street West. |Auckland, up till Noon of THURSDAY, tne loth day of April, 1909, for— (1) The well assorted Stock of General Drnpery. Men's Clothing, and Mercery, valued at £403 1 G (2) The Plant and Fittings, valued at 42 11 0 £535 12 0 A Deposit In Ca:.h. or a Bank Cheque, equal to 20 per ceut of the amount tendered must accompany each Tender. Schedules of Stock, and Terms and Conditions of Tender, can be seen at my Offico, Customs-street West, Auckland, and at Mr J. B. Johnson's Store, Te Axoha. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. E. GERARD, Trustee by his Attorney. Official Assignee's Office. Auckland. 2nd April. 1909. T N BANKRUPTCY. ESTATE OF JOHN DERUNGS. TRADING AS "DERUXGS AND C 0.." OF , HAMILTON, LAUNDRY PROPRIETOR. Separate Tenders will be received at my .office, Customs-st. West, up to noon of THURSDAY, the Sth day of April, 1909, for (.1) The Whole of the Thoroughly Up-to-date Laundry Plant, valued as per Schedule, at £105 6/9 (2) AJI my Right, Title, and Interest in the Lease of the commodious New and 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 Leaee, and Conditions of Sale can he seen at my office, or at the office of ray Agent, Mr W. C. Davis, Auctioneer, Hamilton. A Deposit in Cash or a Bank Cheque equal to 20 per cent of The amount tendered muEt accompany each tender. Tlie highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. E. GERARD, Official Assignee. Auckland, 12th March, 1009. A. B. H 33151101 -' 1,, ARCHITECT AND BUILDING SURVEYOR, ROYAL INSURANCE BUILDINGS, QUBEN-ST. 'Phone 2510. M 163 X "p H E Li P S, * PLASTERER AND CONTRACTOR, CAMBRIDGE HOUSE. LOWER VINCENT-ST., AUCKLAND. Estimates given. Letters attended to. M4SO TDEAL TVOILERS AND "OADIATORS. UNEQUALLED FOR EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY. IDEAL HEATING GOODS are specified for the new Geueral Post Offices at Auckland and Wellington, and other Government buildings' throughout the Dominion, also by all Icadlug Architects. Estimates, quotations and other Information furnished promptly on application. JENKINS AND MACK, Wellington. Sole Agents for New Zealand. Ml3O ECCLESIASTIC AS*. "PROGRESSIVE THOUGHT. — Federal £ Club Rooms, \\>iiesley-st.. To-morrow, 7 p.m. Professor G. Benumont will Lecture and Demonstrate "THE EDUCATIONAL ASPECT OF MENTAL SCIENCE," nnd the most rapid system of acquiring Languages. Q.OSPEL HALL, TARNELLT Sunday, 7 p.m. — Preacher, Mr C. H. Hinman. Tuesday — Bible Reading, 7.30 p.m. A Cordial Invitation Extended to All. EDEN HALL, VIEW ROAD, MOUNT EDEN. Sunday. 7 p.m.—Mr Wlnnicott. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. — Prayer Meeting. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. — Address to Christians. Mrs Lennox, sen. HOWE-ST. HALL, OFF KARAXGA-HAPE-RD. Sunday. 7 p.m.—Speaker, Mr. W. Uttlng. Everybody Invited. GOSPEL HALL. CALLIOPS-RD., DEVONPORT. Sunday, 7 p.m.—'Speaker. Mr. Gowans. All Welcome. Tuesday — Prayer Meeting. A UCHLAND TEST MISSION." QUEEX-ST., ONEHUKGA. MR. FOR/B.ES McLEOD. Evangelist. SUNDAY, AT 8 P.M. Subject: "PURGATORY, AND HOW TO GET THROUGH IT." Also, week nights, at eight o'clock. 200 Free 'Seats. -Come. EVONPORT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 11—"Repentance Unto 1/ife." 7—"The Place of Faith." Anthems: "Incline Thine Ear," "Our Soul on God." 3.ls—St. George's. Takapuna. Wednesday Evening, 7.3o—Stainer's "Crucifixion." Collection in aid of Pipe Organ Fund. REV. IVO E. B'ERTRAM.__I.A. NEHXTNGTA CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—'Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., CommunJon 'S p.m. Evening subject, I "Temptation." Preacher, 'Rev. J. H. Mci Kensie. EVOXPORT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Rev. S. Griffith"!. Mornling, at 11: eivenrng, at 7 (Communion). <WedI nesday, 7.45. TrOTJE friends will be dellgnted to get a A eppj of the "Illustrated Guide to Auckland," obtainable at the "Sta?" Office ana ■11 Stationer*. Price 2/.
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