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TENDERS FOB LEASE BY TEND3R ON 21-TEAa ■perpetually RENEWABLE LEASE. Section situated at No. 25, Park Avenue, Newmarket, containing .10 perches being" Lot 8 Deeds Plan No. 56 (blue) (the area and measurements being approximate only and subject to check on the deposit of Land Transfer plans) subject to existing tenancies. The building on the property is at present occupied by a monthly tenant at a rental of £J per week and the tenant conducts the business thereon of letting apartments. . Tenders are invited for the lease of the aboro Section for a term of twenty-one years at a. rental of £30 per annum (subject to approvai by the Land Sale Court) together with right or renewal in perpetuity for successive terms of 21 years each on revaluation of the ground rental cf each renewed term. And for the purchase of the buildings and improvements erected thereon Full particulars of the locality area and dimensions are available at the office of MESSRS HESKETH, RICHMOND, ADAMS AND COCKER' Solicitors, 2, Wyndham Street, Auckland, when! particulars and conditions of the lease are> avail.. able for inspection on and alter the 3rd Angus--1945 and where arrangements may be made for prospective tenderers to Inspect the property Tenders addressed to the Secretory, Diocesan Office, P.O. Box 652, Auckland and marked "Tender for lease and purchase of _____«•• close at 4 p.m. on FRIDAY, the 31st daw a' August 1945. The highest or any tender unnecessarily accepted. '■ Accepted tender Is subject to Uifl protfstow ef the Serviceman's Settlement and Land 6_n, Act 1943. MATERIAL PROVISIONS OP THE LEASE. Rent payable half yearly In advance, ' Lessee to pay rates and taxes. ': Lessee to fence. Lessee to keep buildings erected In repair am! periodically painted. Lessee to use for residential purposes mulu.. consent given to use for other purposes. Plans and specifications of proposed b_ _ing» _•« alterations to be approved by the l__s_»; authority. Other provisions are as usual in looses end*. the Glasgow leasing system. _)jj FOR SALE BY TENDtI, Auckland Returned Services" Association ono 1 invites Tenders for the Purchase of the Housi Property situated at 103, Cook Street, and beta! the whole ol the land comprised in Certlneab! of Title Vol. 11, Folio 305, Auckland Registry. The House contains 4 bedrooms, sitting room and kitchen. Sale is subject to existing tenancj' Conditions of tender may be inspected at, axut further particulars obtained from, Aucklanil R.S.A. Office. 35, High Street, Auckland. \ deposit of £10 per centum must accompany each tender. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders close at 4 pni ' on the 21st day of August. 1945, at the office of Auckland R.S.A.. 35. High Street. Auckland, to whom tenders are to be addressed, enclosed in sealed envelopes and marked "Tender for Purchase ol 103. Cook Street." :n T IE N D E R s . The Swanson School Committee Invite Tenders for Resettling Playing Area approximately 1809 square yards. Specification may be seen at tfca Post Office Store, J. Mlddleton's store or School, Swanson. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders close with the undersigned MONDAY, Auguct 6, 1945. P. J. BURTON, Hon. See. Swanson. \ ELLIOTTS BLOCK ROADING—PIAKO COUNTY! FORMATION AND METALLING (48.45 chains) Tenders closing with the Public Works Tenders Board, Wellington, at 4 p.m. on 14th AUGUST, 1945, are invited for the above. Particulars at Public Works Offices at Auckland and Paeroa. 31 TENDERS—Price wanted for Concrete Steps to front of dwelling.—Apply after 5 p.m. 13, Maxwell Av., Grey Lynn. j_ OFFER wanted for Oak Tree on section, or cleir for same; Onehunga.—Write T. 8552, Star. 31 FOR WOaiEN ___^ AUXILIARY Members —Special Service to all in uniform. —Steele Photos, opp. Amusement Park. MT CORNS, Callouses, Foot Trouble: Consultation, Advice Free.—N. Ro3s, Queen's Arcade. 44-336. MT CONSULTING Chemist for Women. 9 to s.—Eliza Powell, 406, Colonial Mutual Bldg. 40-048. MT DANCE HALL Free for your Parties and Weddings. Catering from 2/fi per head.—Apply Lyons, 13. Customs St. West. MT EIDERDOWNS Recovered from £2 10/.—Karlena, 460, Queen St., opp Myers Park, 48-093. MT GOLDEN Hat Box —Exclusive Millinery, RemodeTling. Ph. 43-353, T. _ G. Bldg.. Wellesley St. MT LADIES—Let Moody's Dye your Costumes, etc.— Phone 40-802. . MT LADIES' Hand Mirrors, Leadlighfs Repaired, alio Window Glass. Putty supplied.—Sauvarins. LM„ 4, Norland St.. off East St.. Newton. MT MACHINELESS Oil Permanent Wave.—Molly Birch, Hair Specialist, 183, Symonds St. 45-033. n? MILLINERY, Rebiocking, Renovations, all sizes and fittings. Ladies, bring your Hats when inquiring^—Manon; MT MISS FOX, H.B. Bldg.. Queen St.—Permanent Waving (oil, steam).—42-919. MT PORTRAITS of Charm and Loveliness.—Steele Photography. 322, Queen St.. opp. Atwaters. MT SISTER ALICE, Mental Healer, Psychologist.—l 7, Northland St., Grey Lynn. Phone 26-083. a "MADAMS," of 211, Queen St. (opposite Plaza' Theatre) are holding a Great Reduction Sale, Coats, Suits and Frocks, all cut with that desirable slimming effect, in all sizes from W. upwards, at greatly reduced prices, and they specialise In larger fittings. Go now to Madams for your Winter Bargain. • ABOLISH SUPERFLUOUS lIAIBS. WARTS AND MOLES. Permanently. Painlessly. Guaranteed. Specialist: MISS HUNTOR. 8.A., D.D.S.. Reg. H_s. RAYNOR SALON. Top Floor, Colonial Mutual 3uildlnß, Queen I3t, Phone 42-440. MT ALL CLASSES OF LEATHER GOOIDg REPAIRED OR DYED. For Good Leather Goods at Reasonable Frites, You Save Money at WALKER'S FOR BAGS. 357, Karangahape Road, Newton. Opposite Vogue Theatre. Phone 43-141. TF WALKING STICKS WALKING STICKS THE BEST SELECTION IN NEW ZEALAND. LETHABY'S, 16, STRAND ARCADE. T i ~~ WANTED KNOWN CONSTIPATION Relieved—Mrs. I, McLeod-Cralg'S Herbal Syrup.—St. Kevin's Arcade, Auckland. TS "PINEX," New Insulating Wallboard, all tizes. Bullder£_Supplies. Anzac Av. Phone 41-056. TH i TAKE Aspir-Seltzer for headaches, pains and nerves'—From Hutchinson Brothers, Grocers, Auckland. (Manufacturers: Wilfrid Owen. Ltd., 104. Victoria Street, Chrlstchurch.) Rg

GEORGE SETTLE, CHEMIST, 769, COLOMBO STREET, CHRISTCHTJRCH. Postal Address, Box 531. Fully Qualified and Registered. Also a Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand. TS SEND 2D. WIN RELIEF FROM BAD LEGS AND VARICOSE ULCERS. Get Free Booklet* on VAREX Method VAREX, LIMITED. Box 1558Z, 21, Grey Street. Wellington. Local Rep.: Nurse Vane-Wallace. 12, St. Kevin • Arcade. -Karangahape Rd„ Auckland. BO ASTHMA CATARRH HAY FEVER REV. WARD'S KURANUI TREATMENT. We are pleased to advise all suffierers that full supplies of Ward's famous Kuranul Treatment are available. You now have your own depot in Auckland. Procure your treatmerit immediately. Call or write to Boots the Chemists (N.Z.). Ltd., 104, Queen Street. or Eccles Pharmacy. Ltd., 171. Queen Street, Auckland, WARD TREATMENTS (N.Z.), LTD.. A.M.P. Building, Wellington. KT3 MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE PIANO, good tone, modern appearance; organ, modernised. —111, Symonds St. I PIANO, small, German. Iron frame; £67 10/.—13. Morton Street, off Cook street. _.__2i PIANO, modern, streamlined, beautiful tone; 10 years' guarantee; urgent sale—Tuner, mm. Star. ™ PIANO ACCORDION, like new, 120 bass, coupler; cheap, cash.—Phone 24-540. _5r ■ PIANO-ACCORDION, 120 bass, solo, £55; Small Accordion, £3 10/. —169, New North Road. x- 1 * PIANO, Haake, underdamper, modern design, beautifully polished; sacrifice £125, consider term?..—Phone 80-132. .. - J . PLAYER PIANO, modern, beautiful tone, firstclass order; 46 Rolls, Spool; £175; no a& ents -r 70, Maggot Street, Epsom. __aji MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS \VANTEU_ ABOUT £50 immediate cash lor Good Learner's Piano: prompt inspection.—B.G. 0629, ADVEiviISER wants Piano lor Children to learn on, reasonable; urgent: price, etc.—B.Q. uwy. Star. S l ANY PERSON with reasonable Piano for sale, please Ring 45-522. _i ATWATERS, Civic Square, will Store Your PlMjO under ideal conditions.— Ring 49_-047. , £7 PIANOS wanted urgently, all makes and prices. Sly's Piano House. 41-733. BEGGS ARE PAYING mCITEST CASH PRICES FOR PORTABLE GRAMOPHONES. Bring yours In for valuation and turn it Into cash now. Corner Vulcan Lane, Queen Street. Phone 32-320. RADIO APPARATUS FOR j3Aj" E GRAMOPHONE MOTOR, Electric; Astatic Crystal, P.U. lOin E.M. Spealcer.—T.. 8633, Stab. _«_' MANTEL MODEL, A.C.. Broadcast, organ front; beautiful tone; cheap.—329, Pt. ChevalterJjjjU,;" l NEW 9-Valve All-wave, bandspread, large table model, lain speaker; £45.—Flat 5, 45, Esplanade Road, Mount Eden. , PIIILCO- All-wave, A.C. and D.C., late model.— Inspect 217,_Victoria_Arcade. 44-534. ,— _J S-VALVE All-wave Phillips, perfect condition; £35. Phone 45-752. i RADIO, MUSICAL (Miscellaneous) ATLANTA RADIOS, 33, High St., for Repairs. We Collect and Deliver.—Phone 43-33 J. H* SPEAKER wanted. 6 or 8-inch. E.M., "cent; airman.—Write 5, Haronui Rd., One Tree HilL_Ji MOTORS (Miscellaneous) TYRES (4). 5.00. 5.25 or 5.50 x 16.—Hume Pipe Company (Aust,), Ltd., Dihvorth Building. Aa.^ land. —- WHEEL, Tyre and" Tube for sale, suit Ford model 1929 to 1935, 600 x 16.—P. Ingley, Buck lands' Beach. —- WRECKING Now—Ford V 8 Truck. 1936: Ford B* Sedan; Morris "Leader" Truck. 1937.—.opares, J-ta.. The Car Wreckers, palmerston North. ? M.A.C. VELOCETTE, 1939, PERFECT'CONDITIO!* THROUGHOUT. TYRES, PAINT, ETC.. Very good. Will exchange good Light Car. Cash adjustment if necessary. No dealers. 11. WAIOHUA ROAD. Off Great South Road (Below Tram Terminus^

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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