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BUSINESSES fSOR BAIJS APARTMENTS, handy trams, 8 rooms fissn-""'™ rooms, £750.-Rlpley. Hellaby's Building "' APARTMENT HOUSE, City. 34 apartments- r"en£ 30/; owner's apartment vacant; price £225(L rSirS and Mixed, two shops; returns £1M p£ £S? good accommodation; price £2000—H W Gi™.' Coo'.ic's Building. 45-376 day, 63-178 lilght. |S| BUNGALOW, Mt. Albert. 7 rooms large eaofi. £1500; Exchange only, Smaller House ZItSS, Write T. 5437, Stab. _ ' tlw 'jJ CONFECTIONERY, MIXED, good bustaeWSS accommodation; ofter wanted.—Write P ' wta Star. , * *j PA»y. Mixed, turnover £130; no near opposition 2 bedrooms; rent £2; good equipment: 400^rsetT butter customers: sells 126 gallons mill: weeih? good quotas, substantial profits; price £16?sll James Christie. Colonial Mutual Bldg.. City. ijj LIBRARY and Stationery, well stocked, sitnate? in good tram line locality; owing to illness «uSJ reasonable offer near £500 accepted; small a'cnm available.—Phone 80-868 evenings. ij? MILK ROUND, 74 gallons daily, 15ewt Dehret? Van, perfect condition.—Particulars, write 1%& Round. 0392, Star. - j!j SHOP, Queen St.. large floor area; wiH stStr rm consider letting half to suitable buslntes £r agents.—Write M. 5378. Star. ~~" XJT SMALL DRAPERY, lock-up shop, rent 35/r exce£ lent prospects; no opposition; owner laajsooaSno agents.—Write 8.G., 0445, Stab. siW STORMONT'S Leading Cake Agency, situate! splendid position in heart of a very busr centre? comprising Shop and 2 back rooms; turnover about £180 weekly; easy business to run.- nrfr*. £3000. includes fittings, lease, ete; real ianSSZ maker.—D. D. Vickerman, Sole Agent. 4j-4o£ms APARTMENTS, SYMONDS STREET, H BOOMS* Well furnished. Bent £3 2/6 wet*. LmajTa years 11 months. Clearing £7 week andSowner'it flat. Price £1000 or near. "Bβ Early. , * {m! Agents. THE FARMERS' 'LAND AGHWCSf, 41, Queen Street. f FINANCE ARRANGED FOB BUSINESSES. Reasonable Terms. NORTHERN INVESTMENT TRUfcit. 2nd Floor, Blacketf s Building, Corner Qutensam Shortland Streets. Phone 40-106.^^3 GROCERY — Kufcrurban Business and Property ground floor accom., 2 bedrooms; Fridg. scales* cash reg.. etc.; turnover £90 to £100; rruuett"? about £1800; business, plant and stock *fc valuation, plus £500 goodwill; exchange Honse essential. —A. Bentley. 43, City Chambers. Phono 30-90*: private 45-028. GROCERY AND MIXED—Doing over £125 -weekly Good accom, best locality. Walk in, walk oat Price £1650. °™* We have several good Shop and Plat Invest. ments. Price from £4500 to £32,000. JONES - PROSSER, Winstone Building, 77 Queen St. J MILK BAR—BUSY SHOPPING CENTRE, opposite popular Talkies. Elaborately fitted with 2 frigid. aires, cash register, radio. Seats 20. £900 yearly' clear. Lock-up, 45/. £1250. VAUGHAN, 41, Queen Street. j r<'\SONBY—2 SELF-CONTAINED PLATS—Hand* Position, Close to Trams and Shops—Let to excellent tenants; showing good returns. To Small Investors —Here's your chance. Price £1250—Apply H. B. BURRETT, LTD., Yorkshire House, Shortland St. a SHOP, Upper Queen St., rent £3 3/ per week, good lease, splendid accommodation, 2 bedrooms large living room, etc., small yard. Price for fittings, showcase-, inlaid lino., goodwill of lease etc., £650; millinery, frocks jewellery excluded. JAMES RODGER, 620, Cooke's Building. Phone 30-947. 17 BUSINESSES, » APARTMENTS, FLATS, COUNTRY STORES, GUEST HOUSES, Of all descriptions. At all prices. The firm that specialises. An interview is gladly given. ' ' PHONE 45-633. STACEY AND WASS, Ellison Chambers, Auckland. J HOTEL, FREEHOLD, GISBORNE DISTRICT. Turnover about £60 week; can be improved. License, rates and insurance, £86 year. Ingoing, including furniture and stock, approximately £ 4650. MOSS AND MOSS, LTD.. 113. Queen Street. , 3 BILLIARDS PARLOUR—Good Queen street position. Eight tables. All furnishings and accessories. Very low rental. Price £2500 or near offer. Sole Agents. URGENT SALE WANTED—GROCERY - DAIRT, doing £110 weekly. Particulars at Office. STATIONERY. FANCY GOODS — Small library Lock-up Shop. No opposition. Reduced to £255, bedrock. GROCERY - DAIRY — old - established business. Large accommodation. Low rental. APARTMENTS—City, £1100. Grafton, £3150, BLACKETT AND CO.. H.B. Buildings. J DAIRY—CNR. TRAMLINE POSITION. Bound £« week guaranteed turnover. Two bedrooms 2 living rooms accom., etc. Phone installed* £50 stock guaranteed. Sacrificing, Urgent Sale, REG. DAIRY, MlXED—Tramline position. Ideal married couple. Good turnover. Rightly priced at £900. APARTMENT HOUSE —Close City. Eight rooms, fully furnished. 3 vacant for purchaser. Netting, after all expenses, £5 per week. Lease. £800 or offer. Urgent sale. GROCERY (Straight Out)— Extremely busy stand. Close town. Net weekly profits exceed £16. All books and merchants' references; 350 butter regs. Nice accom. Owner ordered immediate operation. Price £1250, includes splendid up- , to-date plant and large stock. EDWIN SAYES, Colonial Mutual Building. 3 CLOTHING MANUFACTURING—SuburBao. Showing very good profit. Lock-up, full plant. Cheap rent. Price £600. STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS—Good suburb. Excel!, accom. G. and G. Agency. Price £650. BAKERY—Suburban. Doing 500 fs weekly. Large plant and excell. accom. Suitable for Returned Serviceman. Price £3000. CABINETMAKING—Large stock. Well fitted. Plenty . of machinery. Price £1335. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE—Suburban, Two bedroom accom. Price £585. BED AND TRAY—SO beds, showing £60 p.w. clear. Price £4000. GROCERY. DAIRY—Locfe-up. Turnover £100 p.w. Excell. shopping position. Large modern plant. Price £1100. A. PARRIS AND CO.. 206, Dilworth Bldg. Phones 44-644, 80-882, 63-001 J BABY WEAR, DRAPERY, HABERDASHERY, £550. Mount Roskill, opp. tram stop. Four nice rooms, 37/6. Not a big business now, but it's in a progressive suburb. Unlimited possibilities. 5 GROCERY, DAIRY, MIXED, £1500. Third section. Mount Albert. £100 week. Cash trade, easily doubled. Accommodation, 3 bedrooms, etc. Spacious yard end garden. Corner section. Lease 65/ week. Two shops and storeroom. Plant and stock value £1000. Husband and wife run the whole business. NINE MILES C.P.0., £100 WEEK GROCERY. Lock-up brick premises, off Great South Road. Goodwill £450. Stock and plant at valuation. FRUIT BUSINESS, £900. £70 to £120 week. Marine suburb. Good accommodation. Huge profits. APARTMENTS—CITY CENTRAL, 30 ROOMS, £2600. Income £27 week, besides manageress' Flat. Fully furnished. Lease 3to 7 years. £12 week. Brick building. GRAFTON APARTMENTS—I 4 ROOMS, £2350. Lease 2 years. Beautifully furnished. Miputa bridge. Big section, lawn, orchard. Glorious harbour views. One fiat vacant. " ASK CASSIDY ABOUT IT." j MILES J. CASSIDY, DILWORTH BUILDING. J GROCERY, Freehold, Suburban, pleasantly situated, levol corner section, few minutes from beach. The shop is modem, well fitted, exceptionally good plant, which includes cash register, bacon cutter, large showcase, frig., etc. Bungalow accommodation, consists of 2 bedrooms, large lun porch, with usual conveniences, all In good ordsr. Turnover is £100 week, approx.. but could be easily improved. Total price, including £400 stock, approx. £3000. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Two minutes popular beach. Very old-established. Has always been a very successful business, and is capable of enormous turnover. For immediate sale. Owner will accept £350. GROCERY, suburban, side street. Four-bedroom accommodation. £ 100 week turnover. Total price, including big stock, plant, goodwill, approx.. £1450. GROCERY AND MIXED, City, approx. £125 week turnover. Shows excellent profits. Plenty of accommodation. Total price, stock, plant and goodwill, £1675. GROCERY AND DAIRY, good position. Turnover £100 week. Good plant and fittings. Large accommodation. Total price, including £300 itock, £ T. 650. STAR LAND AND BUSINESS AGENCY, 16a. Commerce Street. City. Also Queen Street, Onehunga, opp. Post Office. Phone 40-609. " xli _ BUSINESSES WANTED APARTMENT HOUSE, in good locality, up to £3000, urgently; immediate inspection.—Phone BOOKSELLER, G. and G. Aiency ancf~Library! with or without accom, —Particulars to T. 5547. Stab. n BUSINESS of any kind, showing reasonable retumT or ono that is capable of improvement; cash purchase.—Write M. 5320. Star. 18 CASH, £ 100, and House of e rooms in City offered lor Tea Rooms, Grill Rooms or Dining Rooms in City.—Reply Business. Box 361, C.P.0., Auckland. - ; X2O ENGINEERING BUSINESS wanted, must be fairly, well equipped, not necessarily coing concern; would prefer two lathes, drill and milling machine; principals only.—S. 5158, Star. •-* 18 GROCERY, suit married couple, isolated suburban area; accom.. all-electric; returned serviceman.— T. 5479. Star. 17 LADIES' HAIRDRESSING Salon, small, fully equipped, in City or progressive suburb; rea-son-able.—T. 5613," Star. x! 8 MILK ROUND, any trallonage, area; pref. Serviceman,—B.G. 0433. STAR. 20 SERVICE STATION wanted to buy or lease, vicinity of Auckland.—M. 5285. Star. 17 SHOP, any business, City area; urgent; cash.— T. 5457, Star. IT WHITEACRE," DENTICE AND CO. require urgently Businesses, all types; buyers waiting; immediate attention: send yours.—Box 1185. Wellington. 25 UP TO £1000 GOODWILL will be paid for Premises comprising Ground Floor Shop about 250 sq. feet with first floor cammunleatint: accommodation, approximately 400 sq. feet; must be Queen St., between Fort and Victoria Sts., or good side street, r.s Vulcan Lane, within these limits and maximum 100 yards oJI Queen Street; Overseas Advertiser visiting Auckland end July.— Replies to B.G. 0416, STAR. sl3

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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