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PAjrCIKG •_ ST. ■ KATTBEWB WELCOMTS CLUB AUCKLAND'S PREMIER DANCE CLUB For Uniformed Servicemen and Merchant Navy Men. St. Matthew's Hall HOBSON ETRE3T. THIS EVENING. 8 p.m. to IUO p.m. A Hearty Welcome Awalte You. EVERYTHING FREE. 21 KOWHAJ * OLD PUPILS' ASSOCIATION. Preterit their MONTHLY DANCE TO-NIGHT. Crystal Palace Ballroom Modern Dancing to EPI SHALPOON AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Mont* Carlos. Spot Walts. Supper Provided. Subscriptions V. 21 TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Parnell Returned Services' Club PARNELL. MUSIC MAKERS BAND. Good Floor. Good Sapper. Good Music. Gente 2/, Ladiee 2/. Monte Carlo, etc. 21 MODERNAIBS DANCE CLUB. TO-NIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY Modern and Old-time. King George Hall COld Mount Albert Tram Terminus) Ladles and Cents 2/. Double 3/6. MUSIC BY THE MODERNAIRS Vocalist Harold Rlghton. Note: There will be NO Dance to •Wβ,,!*?" next Saturday, July 28. The Usual Dam* will be held in the Mt. Albert Grammar School. 21 TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Trades Hall MAORI DANCE AND SOCIAL CLUB. (Private) Good moor. Good Swing Music SEE THE ONEHUNGA JUNIOR GIRLS IN ACTION SONGS. 21 ETEBT TUESDAY NIGHT Municipal Hall NEWMARKET ■■MAYFAIR CLUB" OLD-TIME DANCE Excellent Floor, Dainty Supper, Monte Carlo, Lucky Numbers. Old-time Tunes by CUNNINGHAM'S OLD-TIME RIO DANCE BAND. Ladies 1/6. Men 2/. Come and Enjoy Real Old-time Dancing. 21 GRAND CAKNIVAL DANCE % Peter Pan WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, AT 8 P 2*. Waltzing Competition, one guinea prize, best couple. Tlck*t and Cubicle Reservations obtainable at Lewis Eady, Ltd. Double 10/6. Single 6/. BE THERE FOR A GREAT NIGHT. 21 ST. OOLUMBA HALL Surrey Crescent. TO-NIGHT AT 8. Y.C.BAND. Good Floor. Supper. Monte carlo. Admission: Gents a/, Ladles 1/8, Double 3/. AVONDALE BOWLING PAVILION, TO-NIGHT — MASKED BALL. Fourth Night Walts Competition. Special Prize Monte Carlo. 1 Also Good supper and Music. 21 ONEHUNGA E.B.A. FORTNIGHTLY DANCE TO-NIGHT. Four-piece Band. Two Monte Carlos. The Best Dance in Onehungft. Ladies 1/S. Gents 2/. 31 AUCTIONS FBIDAY, AUGUST 10, M4S, AT 1* NOON, AT THEIR AUCTION ROOMS. CORNER OF QUEEN AND EHORTLAND. STS.. AUCKLAND. C. T. BENNETT, LTD.. Acting to conjunction with MR. STACE BENNETT, on the favoured instructions of Messrs. R. and W. Hellaby. Ltd., will offer for sale IMPORTANT REALISATION SALE OP SUBURBAN FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, Well situated on or adjacent to Main Arterial Roads. INVESTORS' OPPORTUNITY. 1. EPSOM, NO. 891, comer of Manukau and Onslow Roads - SUBSTANTIAL 2-STOREY SLATE-ROOFED BRICK SHOP, with 5-6 Uvintr Tocihs. brick store artd stables at rear. At present occupied by metal engineers. SPLENDID CORNER ALLOTMENT with 66ft to Manukau Road and some 148 ft ein to Onslow Road. 2. EPSOM. MANUKAU ROAD, next but one to the above-FINE FREEHOLD SECTION With frontage to Main Read of 41ft by a depth of 151 ft. and narrowing to about 21ft at rear. 3. DOMINION ROAD, corner of Telford Avenue— GOOD CORNER FREEHOLD SECTION, rectangular with frontage of 6«ft to Dominion Road and 132tt to Teitord Avenue. 4. AVONDALS. near the Town Hall and adjoining Hellaby's sh6*> and the import»ntroad Junction of Avondale's Centre—SPLENDID FREEHOLD ALLOTMENT, being part of Lots 1 and 2, with appro*. 60ft frontage to St. George's Street by a depth of approx. 112 ft. NOTE: This Lot may be subdivided into 20ft frontage! for shops, etc.

8. POINT CHEVALIER, on Main Great North depth. C ARCH HILL - GREY LYNN, on Main Great North Road-LBVEL RECTANGULAR ALLOTMENT, having a frontage of apprc-x. 48ft 6in by Usft deep. 7. PONSONBY - THREE LAMPS, close to Jervols Read. NO. 12. REDMOND STHEBT—Cottage of 5 rooms, bathroom and verandah. FREEHOLD SECTION. 33ft X iOlft. Subject to tenancy. 8. BIRKENHEAD. corner Hauraki (Main) Street and Rugby Roadfa) SUBSTANTIAL TWO-STOREY BLOCK OF THREE (3) SHOPS, each with living 'rooms above and at rear. Each shop has its own yard and brick outbuilding provides a wasjihouse, store and ".<»___„_-_. ... LOT 5 GREAT CORNER FREEHOLD. 56ft Bin to Hauraki Street by approx. 246 ft on Rugby Road. (b) LOT 4. adjoining the above—BßlCK COTTAGE of 4 rooms, office and attic room, iron roof. THE SECTION has 56ft 91n frontage to Hauraki Street by a depth of about 231 ft. Great elevation, with extensive harbour views. 9. NORTHCOTE. corner of Queer. (Main) Street and Vincent Road, opposite Borough Council Chambers— . WOODEN SINGLE STOREY SHOP (double plate gits*), with Uvlb« rooms at rear. PROMINENT CORNER, containing 33.8 perches, with 81ft to Queen Street and about 121 ft i Vincent Road. 10- TAKAFUNA. on Main Lafce Road and next • to corner of Jutland Road —TWO -SPLENDID FREEHOLD BUSINESS OR RESIDENTIAL SITES. (a) 90FT to Main Lake Road by 70ft deep on west. 113 ft on eastern side, and sort wide at rear. A great site. (b) RECTANGULAR LOT. with approx. 60ft frontage to Jutland Road by 14Wt d—" Together with Small Corrugated Iron SHOP occupied by a Saw Doctor, and a substantial Wood and Iron SHED an STABLE at rear of section. 11 DEVONPORT. corner of Vauxhall Road and Church street— PROMINENT CORNER, containing one of the older type of wooden shops. IRREGULAR SHAPED ALLOTMENT. with apprcx. 98ft to Vauxhall Road. 36ft across the angle, 64ft frontage to Church Street, and 100 ft on back boundary. ALL THE PROPERTIES ARE FLAGGED. NOTE: This Auction Offering of so many choice and attractive Sites, is of special interest to investors, as all properties present possibilities of development. Bach occupied property is to be sold subject to existing tenancies. CARDS TO VIEW from Mr. Stace Bennett. Estate Agent. O'Connell Street, or from the Auctioneers. O. F. BENNETT. LTD.. Queen Street. __ SI EDUCATIONAL BRAIN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, LIMITED. It Is Advisable to ENROL NOW tor Earliest Possible Entry. TERM STARTS .FROM DATE PP ENTRY. Sl2, V.Z. INSURANCE BLDG.. AUCKLAND. Phone 48-286. WS SPECIALISED VOCATIONAL TUITION In SHORTHAND (Pitman and Gregg's) Tfiint (P'-ythmlc Touch) BooXgeeptof. BUSINESS ' ENGLISH, DRESSMAKING. PATTERN DESIGNING. ETC. DRULEIGH COLLEGE. 3rd. 4th ind stn Floors, Home's Buildings. Vulcan Lane. W£

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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