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Page 11 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945
| The Auckland Star, Saturday, July 14, 1945—
DAXCPfG Druids' Hall NEWTON TO-NIGHT TUI OLD-TIME DANCE Music by norm crowder/s unexcelled orchestra Monte Carlo. Spot Waltz. Supper. Admission 1/6. Direction. E. E. MCLEAN Note: Till Dances are held in Druids' Hall every S&turdav evening, and have no connection with any other dance held in this hall. Management reserve right of admission. 1* "THE BROADWAY" . Municipal Hall NEWMARKET. D.L.P. THIS EVENING. 8 o'clock. OLD-TIME PROGRAMME. Spot Walta. Specials. Supper. OPERATIC QUINTETTE. In appreciative numbers under leadership of Carl. Ladies 2/. Gents 3/6. 14 Floor Management, CASEY RUSSELL. Westhaven Cabaret (By the Sea) AUCKLAND MOTOR YACHT CLUB'S POPULAR DANCE — TO-NIGHT Good Supper. Admission 2/6. TONY LINDSAY & HIS HAWAIIAN ORCHESTRA Everybody Welcome. Cubicle Reservations: Phone 25-447. X O-N I G H T T O-N I G H T Gaiety Hall • SURREY CRESCENT CRESCENT DANCE CLUB. Monies (Supper) Lucky Numbers Subscription 2/. All Welcome. Select Old-time Dancing. Sat. Next, 31st, ANNUAL BIRTHDAY NIGHT^ ST. MATTHEWS WELCOME CLUB AUCKLAND'S PREMIER DANCE CLUB For Uniformed Servicemen and Merchant Navy Men. St- Matthew's Hall HOBSON STRE.7T. THIS EVENING, 8 p.m. to 11.30 p.m. A Hearty Welcome Awaits Yoo. EVERYTHING FREE. 1* EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT: Municipal Hall NEWMARKET "MAYFAIR CLUB" OLD-TIME DANCE. Excellent Floor. Dainty Supper. Monte Carlo. Lucky Numbers. Old-time Tune® by ! CUNNINGHAM'S OLD-TIME RIO DANCE BAND. Ladles. 1/6. Gents V. Come and "Enjoy Real Old-time Dancing. 1* ST. COLUMBA HA LI Surrey Cfeocent. TO-NIGHT AT 8. Y.C. BAND. Good Floor. Sapper. Monte Carlo. Admission: Gents 2/. Ladlee 1/8, Double 3/.^ MODERN AND OLD-TIME DANCE EVERY TUESDAY, 8 till 11.30. Dominion Road, at the ZEALANDLA HALL. Roll Up. Follow the Crowd. Enter for the Fox Trot and Waltz CompetitionGood Money Prizes. Popular Vote. Good Floor, Orchestra and Supper. Lades 1/6, Gents 3/. 14 AVONDALE BOWLING PAVILION. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Good Supper, Music and Prizes, Monte Carlo. Second Night Waltz Competition; MASKED BALL—SATURDAY NEXT, JULY 3L DANCING R.S.A. HALL, PARNELL, MONDAY, JULY 16, AT 8 P.M. Good Music. Supper. Prizes. Admission 1/6. All Welcome. ST. MARY'S HALL (Ellerslie) WEDNESDAY, JULY 18 — DANCE Monte Carlo. Supper. Rhythm Rascals Orchestra. Adnjlsslon 2/. 14 TENDERS FOR LEASE BY TENDER ON 21-YEAR PERPETUALLY RENEWABLE LEASES. Twenty-nine Desirable Building Sections, St. John's Rood, Remuera. (opposite Meaxtowbank Read) and adjoining the Remuera Golf Club links. Separate tenders are invited for the lease of the above Sections for a term of 21 years, together with rights of renewal in perpetuity for successive terms of 21 years each on revaluation of the ground rental for each renewed term. Full particulars of the locality, area and dimensions of the Sections are available at the Dlccessm Office. Short land Street. Auckland, where particulars and conditions of lease are now available for inspection. 1 Tenders, addressed to the Secretary. Dloceean Office, P.O. Box 652, Auckland, and marked I "Tender for Sections," close at 4 p.m. on WED--1 NESDAY. July 18. 1945. The highest or any tenders received not neces- ; tarily accepted. Accepted tenders are subject to the provisions ' of the servicemen's Settlement and Land Sales • Act. MATERIAL PROVISIONS OF LEASES. Rent payable half-yearly in advance. Lessee to pay rates and taxes. Lessee to fence. , . . Lessee to keep buildings erected in repair and periodically painted. Lessee to use for residential purposes unless consent given to use for other purposes. Plans and speclfieatiojis of proposed buildings to be approved by leasing authority. Other provisions are as usual In leases under the Glasgow leasing system. HOUSING CONSTRUCTION 'DEPARTMENT. Tenders, closing at the Office of the Housing Construction Department, Auckland, at 1 p.m. on the dates shown, are invited for the undermentioned work. Tenders must be lodged in sealed envelopes marked "Tenders for Contract No. —and separate tenders must be lodged for each contract. ROADING. WATER RETICULATION. STORM - WATER AND SANITARY SEWERS, BAYSWATER. Closing date. WEDNESDAY, July 18. 1945. Contract 27/17/1220, 36 chains of Reading and Water Reticulation, 26 chains of 9-lnch Stormwater Drains, and 65 chains of 6-lnch Sanitary Sewers. HOUSING CONTRACTS. Closing date MONDAY. July 30, 1945. Contract 65/12. 17 Standard Units at Pukekohe; 65/13. 11 Standard Units at Pukekohe; 11/1015, *7 Standard Units at Orakei; 11/1017. 8 Panel Units at Mount Albert; 11/1018, 21 Panel Units at New Lynn. , Plans, etc., are avieliable at the office of the : Housing Construction Department, Paykel's Bldg.. J Anzac Avenue, Auckland. 14 I TENDERS INVITED FOR THE PURCHASE OF ■ THE BRUCE HOTEL, AKAROA [ (LICENSED). The building is In good repair, and. In addition to the Bar Trade, has accommodation for 30 guests, all of which is over-booked in season. The proposition holds many attractions for ' a capable Hotelkeeper and family to acquire a popular seaside Hotel with possibilities of an exceptional nature, and also lor the property . investor. > No tender necessarily accepted. Tenders close t on the 31st day of July, 1945. with the undersigned, from whom full particulars and condiI tions are obtainable. I CASSIDY. AMODEO AND JACOBSEN, Solicitors. - i National Mutual Buildings, 143, Hereford Street. Chrlstchurch. T E N D E R S. ' The Public Trustee invites, tenders for the Pur- - chase of an Estate as "licensee in an area of 17 1 acres 3 roods 24 perches, being Allotment 178 ' of the Paremoremo Parish and b?lng the whole of the land comprised in Deferred Paymeht - License No. 1 D.P. 616 and situated at the East ; Coast Road, Albany. The land is partly Improved, while the buildings comprise a cottage, chicken I house and fowl house in poor order. r Conditions of tender may be inspected at, and further particulars obtained from the Public Trust Office, Auckland. A deposit of £40 must accompany each tender, r The highest or any tender will not necessarily ~ be accepted. Tenders close at 4 p.m. on the 25th day of July, 1945, at the Office of the District Public Trustee. Auckland, to whom tenders are to be addressed enclosed in scaled envelopes and marked "Estate of Alexander McAlister, Tender for purchase of Albany property." -'21 | AUCKLAND EDUCATION BOARD. Tenders for the Erection in Wood of: — (a) A New Five-roomed Teacher's Residence at Takanini. | (b) A New Five-roomed Teacher's Residence at [ Marutateparu (Morrinsville). (e) A New Two-roomed Temporary School I Building at Te Papapa Will be received at the Office of the Board, j Wellesley Street East, Auckland, until neon on j THURSDAY. July 26. 1945. Tenders must be enclosed in envelopes endorsed j "Tender for —Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans, etc.. may be seen at, or obtained from, the Board's Office. A. NIXON. 14 Secretary. CITY OF AUCKLAND. TENDERS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PUMPING STATION Tenders will be received, at the Office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Auckland, up to 4 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, August 1, 1945, for the ■construction In reinforced concrete of the Lower Nihotupu Pumping Station. Plans and specifications may be obtained on application at the Office of the City Engineer, I Town Hall, Auckland. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. T. W. M. ASHBY. -.19 Town Clerk. AUCKLAND HOSPITAL BOARD. Tenders, addressed to the undersigned, and closing at noon on MONDAY, July 23, 1945, are invited for the Supply of Pasteurised Milk and P Cream to Institutions under, the Board's control ~ for 12 months from September 1. • 1945. - Specifications and conditions of contract are !S obtainable from the Board's Office. Kitchene: sr I street. Auckland. C.l. R. F. GALBRAITH. L 4 l 14 Acting-Secretary. 1
Page 11 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945
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