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TENDERS HOUSING CONSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT. Tenders, closing at the Office of the Housing Construction Department. Auckland at l P- ■ on the dates shown, are invited lor the und mentioned work. Tenders must be loaeea sealed envelopes marked "Tenders for Contr No arid separate Tenders must be loagea for' each contract. ROADING STORMWATER AND SANITARY SEWERS, AND WATER MAINS, MT. ROSKILL. Closing date MONDAY August 13. 1845 Contract 27/17/1228—165 chains °( Roading, "J chains of 6 to 30-inch Storm water Drains, mu chains of 4, 6 and 9-inch San'tary 163 chains of 4-inch Water Mains; with Auxiuary Mains and Fittings on the College Trust SEWER EXTENSION, CASTOR BAY. Closing date MONDAY August 13, 1945. Contract 27/17/49—316 ft of 6-inch Sewer. PASSENGER LIFT, SYMONDS STREET FLAT. Closing date MONDAY. August • » Contract 11/940 (Lift)-Supply and insWimuon of 1 Passenger Lift in the Symonds Street riaw. Block A. HOUSE drainage. Closing date MONDAY August 13. 1945. Contract 11/834. 16 units: 11/835. 18 11/836, 7 units; all at Mt. Albert. CONCRETE PATHS. Co« ?^? ND SnV AUg Ortga 13 ' JS& Onehunga. ► f . Plans, etc., are available at the Office of Hie Housing Construction Department, P y 4 Building, Anzac Avenue, Auckland. SALE BY TENDER Tenders are Invited for the Purchase for cash of the business formerly carried on by l& R™. under' thf name" o? EADY PIK The business Is to be sold as a going concern, and includes all stock and fittings. . . . - Conditions of tender may be inspectedat and further particulars may be obtained from me ftxpcutors The Guardian Trust and JixecuLor Company' of New Zealand. Limited, where tender Close at 2 p.m. on the 6th day of AUGUST. 194&A deposit of 10 per cent must accompany each tender! The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. THE GUARDIAN TRUST AND EXECUTORS CO. OF NEW ZEALAND. LIMITED. South British Building, Shortland Street. Auckland. C.l. •* BOROUGH OF ROTOB.UA. SLAUGHTERING CONTRACT.Tenders are invited from competent Persons, and will be received by the Box 69, Rotorua, up to 12 Noon on SATURDAY, 25th day of August. 1945. for the slaughtering of stock at the Rotorua Municipal Abattoirs. Conditions of Contract may be obtained at the office of this paper or on application to the under signed. . Each tender shall be accompanied by a deposit of Five Pounds (£5). and shall be in a sealed envelope marked "Tender for Slaughtering. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. L. J. WRIGHT, ;15 Town Clerk. STATE ADVANCES CORPORATION OF N.Z. HOUSING GROUP PAINTING CONTRACTS NOS. 368, 430 AND 431. Tenders are Invited for the Exterior Painting and the Interior Painting and Treatment of Ceilings and Walls of the following groups of residential properties: — Suburb of Papatoetoe—Exteriors and Interiors. 1 Group of 9 Units. Suburb of Otahuhu—lnteriors only, 2 Groups of 20 and 26 Units respectively. Conditions of painting, treatment and specifications may be seen at the Branch Office 01 the Corporation, second floor, corner of Queen and Wellesley Streets, Auckland. Tenders, addressed to the undersigned, close at noon on MONDAY. August 20, 1945. j •g Branch Manager. STATE ADVANCES CORPORATION OF N.Z. HOUSING GROUP PAINTING CONTRACTS NOS. 429, 454. 455 AND 1.23. Tenders are invited for the interior treatment and painting of ceiling and walls of four groups of residential properties of 20, 17, 14 and 2b units respectively in the suburbs of Orakei (3 groups) and Pt. Chevalier (1 group). Conditions of painting and treatment and specifications may be seen at the Branch* Office of the Corporation, Second Floor, corner of Queen and Wellesley Streets, Auckland. Tenders addressed to the undersigned Close at noon on WEDNESDAY, August 15, 1945. J. F. QUINN, ; 4 Branch Manager. AUCKLAND EDUCATION BOARD. Tenders for the Erection in Wood of a Oneroomed Temporary Classroom at Mangere Bridge will be received at the Office of the Board. Wellesley Street East, Auckland, until noon on THURSDAY, August 16, 1945. Tenders must be enclosed in envelopes endorsed "Tenders for Temporary Classroom at Mangere Bridge." Lowest* or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans, etc., may be seen at or obtained from the Board's Office. A. NIXON, 4 Secretary. TO BUILDERS. RESIDENCE IN WOOD — BENSON ROAD, REMUERA. Tenders for the above will be received until 12 Noon. 17th AUGUST, 1945. Timber available on the site. Plans and specifications at my office. J. O. OWEN. Regd. Architect. 71-72, Yorkshire House. Phone 48-250. 7 LINE STORE AND GARAGE. Tenders, closing with Secretary, Public Works Tenders Board, Wellington, at 4 p.m. on 28/8/45, are invited for Construction in Reinforced Concrete of Line Store and Garage sit Kaikohe. North Auckland. Particulars available at Public Works Offices. Whangarei and Auckland, and Post Office, Dargaville. 4 PRICE wanted for Concrete Steps to front of dwelling.—l 3, Maxwell Av., Grey Lynn. 4 COATES' MEMORIAL CHAPEL, MATAKOHE. The Closing date for the Receipt of Tenders for the above has been extended to THURSDAY, August 30. MASSEY, BEATSON, RIX-TROTT AND CARTER, Registered Architects, 301-2. South British Insurance Bldg., Shortland Street, Auckland. C.l. 4 KINGSLAND POLICE STATION (TIMBER CONSTRUCTION), ALSO DEMOLITION OF OLD BUlLDlNG—Separate Tenders, closing with Public Works Tenders Board. Wellington, at 4 p.m. on August 21, 1945, are invited for the above. Demolition will not be proceeded with unless and unti,l a satisfactory tender for new Building is received. Particulars from Public Works Office, Auckland. 4 DISPOSAL OF KITCHEN SWlLL—Tenders close 11 a.m.. August 17, for Disposal of Kit' ~ Swill from R.N.Z.A.F. Station, Hobsonville. — Particulars and forms of tender obtainable from Director of Equipment, Air Dept.. Private Bag. Wellington. . 4 PRICE WANTED for Labour only for Erection of Large Farm Shed, exclusive of fixing of roof; foundations already laid; all materials on site: 60 miles from Auckland; excellent accommodation. For details write B.G. 0848. Star. 6 LOCAL BODY NOTICES BOROUGH OF ONEHUNGA. SPECIAL ORDERS. Public notice is hereby given that at a Special Meeting of the Onehunga Borough Council convened for such purposes and held on the 30th day of July, 1945, the undermentioned Resolutions, intended to operate as Special Orders, were passed, and will be submitted for confirmation at the Ordinary Meeting of the Council to be held at the Council's Chambers, Queen Street, Onehunga, on the 27th day of August, 1945, at 7.45 p.m.:— 1. A Resolution operating to revoke rart XII. of By-law No. 1, By-law No. 3, Clause 4 of Byi law No. 6. and all amendments thereto, and to make a new By-law to be known as the ONE- I I HUNG A CEMETERIES BY-LAW, to apply to all cemeteries under the control or management of | the Onehunga Borough Council, including Hit HILLSBOROUGH CEMETERY and the WAIKARAKA CEMETERY, and. in particular, providing for:—The subdivision of cemeteries into areas; the sale and control of burial plots; the maintaining of plans and records of cemeteries; the control of burials and interments in burial plots and vaults, the erection and supervision of vaults, the control of disinterments and reinterments. I the erection of monuments, fences and ©the | structures, the exhibiting of epitaphs and inscrip- : tions: the care of graves; offences under thr proposed By-law and penalties in respect thereof. : and generally for the proper management and ! control of cemeteries. The proposed By-law •. | provides a scale of fees ahd charges. 2. A Resolution operating to make a new ** j law to be known as the ONEHUNGA LIVING I PLACES BY-LAW to provide for the control of | and requirements for places not being dwellings ! within the meaning of the Health Act, 1920, but ; used wholly or in part for human habitation, j including caravans, sheds. shelters, tents. j j vehicles, structures or things so used. I I Copies of the proposed By-laws are deposited at [ the offices of the Onehunga Borough Council I Queen Street, Onehunga, for inspection by the 1 I public during office hours until the said confirming meeting of the Council Is held. I , rt ß ated at Onehunga this 3rd day of August, I 1940. N. L. NORMAN. l£i Town Clerk. PROFESSIONAL | MARTIN KIMBEL, M.1.H.5., PSYCHO-THERAPEUTIS V and DIETITIAN. (Over 40 years' practice). War Neurosis, Nervous Debility, Mental Depression Biliousness and Asthma Relieved. 11, PONSONBY RD. Ph. 27-537 for appointment. WS MR. J. A. GRAYSON. DENTAL SURGEON, Newmarket, Wishes to Intimate that he now has associated with him MR. R. RICHMOND MURRAY, 8.D.5.. Dental Surgeon. 4 SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS THE NEW RAY CLINIC. Ground Floor Yorkshire House, 31, Shortland St. Principal; J. M. GEORGE, S.R.N. British. American and Continental Modern Scientific Methods. PHONE 44-178. D CHIROPRACTIC Health Services.—P. Hamblin 603. Colonial Mutual Building. WS GILES A GILES, Chiropractors. Palmer Graduates Members N.Z.C.A.. Dilworth Building, Customs Street. 45-525. Ms FOR WOMEN _____ SLEEPER EARRINGS, 9ct gold, for pierced ears, 10/6 pair.—E. M. Dawson, 292 a, Queen St., Auckland. 11 "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 lor your Winter Eargain. 6

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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