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BUSiXttSSES FOR SALE I APARTMENTS, 8 rooms, furn., easy rental; own ) accom.; £ 500.—Ripley, Hellaby's Bldg. Z APAR'iMENX HOUSE, large, freehold, 13 rooms; near trams and shops; seaview.— Ring Owner, 54-188. x3Q BUTCHERY BUSINESS — Suburban; good turnover; rent £2, £1000. GROCERY—OId estabd.; high registration; turnover exceeds . £100; good living accommodation; complete stocks. Price, including stock, £1450. —H. W. Glynn, Cooke's Building. Day 45-376, night 63-178. _30 . MILK, Coffee, Light Kerfesiiments ba:. excellent accom.; no agents.—Write F. 7689, Star. *1 i CHILDREN'S"" OUTFITTERS in (jood shopping area; kitchen and sitting room at back; rent only 14/ per week; turnover about £20- but could 1 be increased; stock guaranteed at £500; price, including fittings and some furniture, £950. — Harry c. Henes, 24, High St., Auckland. Phone 49-074. 30 DAIRY, MILK BAR, with good living accommoda- j tion. Turnover £ 130 weekly. Large, complete plant j and good profits. £ 1975.—Collinson & Davies, 4, | Palmerston Building. ?30 WOODWORKING—Lock-up shop, rent £1; 3ft 6in lathe Bin circular saw. jointer, drill, bandsaw, sander, 6 new A.C. motors, complete set carpenter's tools, some .timber, glue, nails, etc.; price only £300. —A. Bentley, 43, City Chambers. Phone 30-904; private 45-028. *30 BEAUTY~SALONS—(No. 1) Suburban, good turnover, low rent; equipment incl. 1 hood drier, hand drier, 1 Non-Elec., etc.; £575. (No. 2) Splendid Salon, with first-class accom., 2 bedrooms, etc.; 6 good cubicles, 3 hood driers, 3 p.w. machines; estab. 10 years. Price about £ 1250. Beautiful furniture in fiat optional.—James Rodger, 620, Cooke's Bldg. Phone 30-947. *30 DINING ROOM—Full stocks and furnished. Sit 60. Low rent. Lock-up shop. Price on application. For the above, Ring 54-380. APARTMENTS. Select: Nine excellent rooms, suitable for ma.ried couple or lady. Excellent home and tenancy. Immediate possession. £ 1375. for the above, Ring 45-633.— STACEY & WASS, Ellison Chambers, 138, Queen Street. Auckland. J GRILL ROOM, suburbs, splendid business, £25 week profit, easily improved, well fitted out, accommodate 62; lock-up; £900. DRAPERY, FANCY GOODS, freehold. 2 shops, turnover £90. leaving £25 clear; 6 bedrooms, living room, kitchen. laundry, etc.; the lot, £3850. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, Shore side. 2 bedrooms accom., good turnover and profits; £850.—PHOENIX AGENCY, 2nd floor, Phoenix Chambers, opp. C.P.O. Phone 49-487; private 61-594. x3O MOTOR SERVICE STATION, 115 miles South Auckland, Main Highway; 6 pumps, several car agencies; large, well equipped workshop, hoist, elec. and a-cet. welders, portable elec. drillers, pneumatic panel beater, Marfak greaser outfit, lathe and grinders: large range of bench tools, new condition; mechanic and youth employed; all-elec. 3-bedroom Dwelling attached: separate Cottage. Paint Shcp; 6 acres leasehold; big money here. Price as going concern, including pronertv. £4500. or sell business and lease property £3000. KAY-STRATTON, H.M. Arcade. x3O PRIVATE HOTEL—Situated in best Provincial Town; long lease, splendid furnishings, good clientele. Walk in, walk out price, £2250. CITY MILLINERY AND LADIES' WEAR—Neat little lock-up shop. Walk in, walk out price £1295. GROCERY AND MIXED—Very good residential locality, City. Accom. 4 bedrooms, etc. Turnover £130 weekly. Stock, fittings, goodwill only £1650. This can easily be worked up into a very good business. No information over phone. Appreciate ptrsonal inquiries.—JONES-PROSSER, Winstone Bldgs., 77. Queen Street. J DAIRY, GROCERY —Nice accommodation couple only, fully furnished. Large up-to-date plant, well equipped. Good quotas. Turnover over £100 week. Price £1750. DAIRY. GROCERY— Newmarket, Lock-up; £200 stock guaranteed. Fridg., cash register. 2 sets scales, milk shaker. Turnover £95 to £100. Rent 27/6. Phone. Price £1150. DAIRY. MILK BAR—2 only 4-hole fridgs,.. milk shaker. 2 sets scales, counter fixtures, etc. Nice 3-bedroom accommodation. Lease. Rent '£2 10/. Turnover £70 week. Good locality, opposite theatre. Price £1500. DINING ] ROOMS—Newmarket. Large up-to-date cooking equipment. Caters for wedding parties. Turnover £100 week. Rent £2 10/. Lease. Price £1350.— R. H. Wood, 204. Dilworth Bui:din<r. Phone 44-764. . * x3O ' FINANCE ARRANGED FOR PURCHASE OP i BUSINESSES, Reasonable Terms. NORTHERN INVESTMENT TRUST. 2nd Floor. Blackett's Buijding. Corner Queen and Shortland Streets. Phone 40-106. J APARTMENTS, City £525 , APARTMENTS, 2nd section ... £550 1 APARTMENTS, handy Symonds Street .. £800 BED AND BREAKFAST HOUSE. City £1150. 1 Further particulars from j THE FARMERS LAND AGENCY, 41, Queen Street. Phone 42-565. J TOW LAUNCH, 40ft, three-skin hull. 70 h.p. twin Kelvin engine. Owner assures plenty of work. Will ' net £2000 yearly. Suit two returned men. J Price £1600. 1 KAY-STRATTON.**' His Majesty's Arcade. x3O , GROCERY, handy Three Lamps. Great little business. Good quotas. Lock-up shop. Rent £1. Bargain at £425. DRESSMAKING, vicinity Royal Oak, with cosy accommodation for couple. Rent 17/6. Price includes good furniture. A ght at £250. FRED BALL, Sole Agent.

Phone 18-345. x: lIOME-MADE PIES, Sandwiches, Lunch Bags, etc Extremely busy industrial area, and tram section Nice shop ana goou living accom. AJi-electric Profit approx. £10 week. £OdO. RESTAURANT—City Area. £60 week t.o. Rent £3 Two bedroom living accom. A short hour bus Big profits. As lull G.C., £ 2uuu. GROCERY—OIa established. Present owner 2t years. Tramline position, t.o. £100 Week. Rent £J. Phone, 2 bedrooms. convs., etc. Lease. £550 G.C., plant ana stock at vai.. approx. £800, or owner will sell freehold Bargain 'lotai price. rncl. freehold, approx, 1 £2250. EDWIN SAVES. COLONxAL MUTUAL tSUiLDING. .j SECOND - HAND BUSINESS—CentraI shop. Renl only 15/ per week, well s.otked. iakingf £40 - £50 week, vjoou profits. nice £buo. MANUFACTURING Alto PACKING BUSINESS— Propriety lines, sola th.ough who*esal« channels. Piofitabie ous.ness. otocK approx, £uuu. ingoing £bUO, approx. NEW AND USED FURNITURE—ExceIIent site oi: tram line, first section. Large Lock-up shop £13 week profit. £200 goou Will. Stock ai valuation. H. V. PARKER. LTD.. 26. His Majesty's .Arcade. Phone 44-721. Alter hours 80-868. . _ > A GROCERY, MiXED, family <&:fing £9u. foui-oeurooin tvc-u.vd to £ l-i <0. faoie agents. FANo¥ GOODS, SiahuNEKY. No Well stockcd snop. goou accommoadtion * Low rental £1200. GROCERY, DAIRY. Busy siu»- street concern. Doing £ iiO. rrice £iooo BILLiAkDS PARLOUR. Q*ueen Steet Saloon. Netting £jo weckiy £>oie agents. APARTMi-NiS, Graiton exclusive nouse. ZsloQ BLACKETT <5; COMf AN ¥ 'Unuer New Management;. OPEN iaATu'KDA* J DAIRY, MlXED—Freehoia. Excellent accom.. consisting oi 4 bujiuoms. lounge, k'ette, bauiroom, wasimousfc, ail under one rooi. Large section in gaiucn and lawn. concrete pams. etc Passed L.S.C. Business taking £-»o p-i ' week. uood piant, mciuung mug.. scales, snow cases, etc.; gooa quotas. Price. Freehold £1250, Business £750. Terms. CHILDREN S WEAR AND DRESSMAKER—2nd section. Netting £10 weekly. Accom. 4 rooms; rent 25/. Price £750. GROCERY—Side Street. City. Turnover £60 weekly. si.ock £oud approx.; usual plant. Accom. 4 rooms, rent 25/. Buyer must provide alternate accom. ~A Cheap Business at £800. A. P ARRIS AND CO., 206, Dilworth Building. Phones 44-614, 63-001. 80-882. J GROCERY, 'suburban; 4-bedroom accom.; £100 week turnover; rent £2 week; goodwill £600. plus stock and plant at valuation, approx. £ 700. FRUIT SHOP, over the water; excellent business, showing good returns, with accom.. £850. GROCERY, MIXED, City, in good locality; splendid business, excellent quotas; £1675. TEAROOMS, CAKES. CONFECTIONERY, Karangahape Rd.; good business; same owner for years; £ 1575. BOOT REPAIRS, good accom. for couple, excellent business, first-class plant; £750. STAR LAND AGENCY, 16a, Commerce Street, off Fort Street. 16a, Commerce Street, off Fort Street, City. 40-609. >-30 AFARTMENT HOUSE, large freehold one-storej Home at tram stop; this property is si.uated on a large corner section and the grounds a.c delightfully laid out in lawn, gardens and trees; this very desirable proper;y offers an excehe income and a very nice flat for puich'ser; t* furnishings as new and of best quali y: total price £550 C; particulars at cur office. Sole Agents. HCME COOKERY. 3-bedrocm accommodation; £2000. APARTMENTS. City: 14 Apartments, returning £10 weekly; rent £4 10 ; £1550. FLATo, Milford, freehold. £2000. DAIRY AND MIXED, with living accommodation; turnover £90; completely and expensively equipped; £1750. BUTCHER'S SHOP, register, scales, F:i-idaire, electric mincer and fan; 2-bedro:m accommodation: turnover £100; £1100. DAIRY. THEATRE SHOP AND TEAROOMS; 2 shops, completely equipped: 1 shop has excellent living accommodation: turnover £120: price £2000. "FOR HONEST VALUE" RICHARD ARTHUR. LTD.. & RAYMOND EDEP 191. Queen Street. Phone 41-181. x3O BABY WEAR, CHILDREN'S FROCKS, ETC. £ 1750. Turnover £60 week. (Big quotas loi wools.) Two bedroom accommodation. Premier 'position. Select suburb. (Will not sell unless alternative accommodation offered. Epsom or Remuera. Please do not inquire otherwise.) DAIRY. MILK BAR. MIXED REMUERA £1150. Turnover £70 to £100 week. Tip-top living accommodation. 3 bedrooms, Closes 7 p.m. daily. Seller must have alternative accommodation. 3 bedrooms, etc., any suburb GROCERY ONLY £ 100 WEEK. £450 GOODWILL. Nine miles Central Post Office. Unlimited possibilities Lock-up. MILES J CASSIDY. Dilworth Buliaiiii;. J

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945

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