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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915
TENDERS. TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES FOR TROOPSHIPS AT AUCKLAND. SEALED Tenders fov the DELIVERY of SUPPLIES to TROOPSHIPS at AUCKLAND will be received up til! 12 o'clock (noon) or. FRIDAY, 15th January, 1915 _ Particulars of supplies required and conditions of delivery, etc., may be obtained from Headquarters, Defence Department, Wellington, Auckland, Dun-edm, and Christ-church. Envelopes containing tenders should bo marked " Tender for Supplies, Troopships," and addressed to the '•Quartermaster-Gene-ral, Headquarters, Defence Department, Wellington." 'A. C. ROBINSON, Captain, A.S.C., for Quartermaster-General. Wellington, 4th January, 1915. TENDERS FOR FORAGE FOR TROOPSHIPS. QEALED Tenders for the DELIVERY of O , FORAGE to TROOPSHIPS will h e received up till 12 o'clock (noon) on TUESDAY, 12th January, 1915. Particulars of Forage required and condi ,tA\- rl< ! hvcrj ;,V ttc -' which ma >' be made at Wellington, '.Liinuru, or Port Chalmers may he obtained from Headquarters, Defence Department. Wellington, Auckland, Dimodin' and Christelrurch. ' Envelopes containing tender should b~ marked " Tender for Fora<ro for Troopships " and addressed to the " er-Genera'l. Headquarters, Defence Derrart-ment, Wellington." A. C. ROBINSON, Captain, A.S.C., ,„ ... r ' or Quartermaster-General. Wellington, 31st December, 1914. RS are invited for the LEASE of a •* leading DUXEDIN HOTEL. Applicants making inquiries must, stale I ho capital they are prepared to find, and what experience they have had of (he business. Full information to bs had upon application to POST OFFICE BON 225, Onnedin. A R R A II JARR A H ! Full Stocks of JARRAH and SEASONED JARRAH FLOORING on hand. MILLAR'S WEST AUSTRALIAN HARDWOODS COMPANY, LTD. T ARGE STOCKS OF SEASONED RED PINE, OREGON, and other IMPORTED TIMBERS. Lowest Quotations. H. V. HADDOCK, LTD., Richardson street. LENDERS are invited , fill noon on the JL 12th inst. for ERECTING a ROOM (Brick) for the Caversham Presbyterian Church. J. A. BURNSIDE, Registered Architect. fjTVIMBER Direct, from our own Saw-mills"-" .1. lowest quotations given. Henry F. Moss, Ltd., 281 Princes stbeet. 70R - SALE "(chcap)r Alf KindTliuHding limber; _ space necessary for large stocks to arrive; special concessions cash cuertomere. Keith Rnmsa-v, Lower Rattray atvr-t. * J TIMBEI? Merchant.—Howison7 24 Filleul strc-ot All stocks thoroughly seasoned Lime, Cement. Lowest quotations on application.
_._.„„_. 3 AND SON, KTiJgREGISTERED LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, 223 PRINCES STREET (next Wren's). £l6O. ' £460. LOWER BELLEKNOWES.—Good 6-roomed Residence, built 7 years; bay windows, portico, hj. and c. water, wardrobes, presses, etc.; drained to sewer; about i-acro land. £460; £SO deposit, balance as rental. No mortgage required. INTEREST, 5 per cent. This is a sensible proposition. See us to-day. f>,<AA (£SO Deposit).—Caversham: Snug 5-roomed House; bays, portico; slightly z\J\f elevated; alongside car; rooms in nice order; gas, bath, hj. and c. water, 2 wardrobes. 2 bookcases, scullery, verandah ai back; small freehold section; good position. A GENUINE BARGAIN AT £4OO. Genuine Xmas Box. A LOVELY FREEHOLD. A MODEL HOME. ID Car. Id Car, 4 minutes' walk to Citv ELECTRIC CAR (south).—Very Choice A 5-ROOMED VILLA, built 7 years': nice design; ELECTRIC; H. ' and C. ; SEWERED; wardrobe, cupboards, seullerv, bnl.h; NICE GARDEN"; fowl run; sunny, sheltered site; ocean view. FOR SALE "at, £575; honestly worth £675. All in PERFECT order. We can finance you on £SO to £75: balance as RENTAL. This is a GREAT OPPORTUNITY. DON'T HANG FIRE, but come right along and inspect. "IZ"ING EDWARD STREET.—S-roomod Hou.'-e; very large, dining room, bays, porT_3k_ tico, Venetians, bath, basin, hj. and o. water, ga,s, wardrobes, pantry, wa.shbouse, pper, tubs; nice Freehold Section. At £450. You cunt brat it. ANY TERMS YOU LIKE. Get in the FREEHOLD CIRCLE. SKENE'S AGENCY. N. AND E. S. PATEKSON, LAND AGENTS, .SURVEYOR.-?, SHARE AND LAND BROKERS Et« DOMINION CHAMBERS, 142 RATTRAY STREET (opposite Wood's Private I ~ TO FARMERS.—NORTH LINE, CLOSE DUNEDIN (with a, warm situation): Splendid Dairy Farm of 66 acres, rich river Hat land, with good 5-roomed House, conveniences, stabie. byre, trap shed, fowl runs, subdivided into 6 paddocks; part under crop, potatoes, oats, and turnips, together with stock of implements, young cattle, and herd of Ayrshire cows, horse?, etc. The owner of this farm has bought a large property, and the- position is that, he must, immediately dispose of this one, and it, will he sold considerably below its value. A sure FORTUNE to Ihe lucky purchaser EASY TEEMS if desired. CITY (on Rise, near Cathedral).—Good Home of 5 rooms; bathroom, scullery, copper and tubs, electric light, modern sanitation; with a large freehold section,'warden and fowl runs; line view. £SO deposit. Real snip at £4BO. ° ' ' MAORI HILL (close- Tram and School).—Good ; |-acre Building Site; fine view. Gift Onlv £65. ROSLYN (fronting TOWN BELT).—Pretty Villa, of 6 rooms, with every modem convenience, including electric light, drainage, washhouse, copper and tubs; fine elevated level section, laid out in careen and (lowers; splendid view over Citv' A vGiillv good and cheap property. ON Rli<E "(close GEOPME STREET BRIDGE).—AImost New Home of 5 rooms- bathroom, hot and cold water, eioeuic light, copper and tubs, cupboards and wardrobes, workshop, and all in good order, with a choice section; fino garden; glorious view; easy terms. £490. CLOSE ROSLYN TRAM".—Good 4-roomed New BUNGALOW; casement < ' " bathroom (enamel bath), hot and cold water, electric light, scullery, pantry, expensive papers and friezes; fine corner section, garden and fruit trees, hedges; fma riew; terms to suit. Only £420. JESS PURCHASES, on sunny side of North-east Valley, good 2-roorned Cottage, with freehold i-acre section, laid out in order; very warm situation and snlendid riew. This is a decided bargain. Owner left Otago. Terms if required. SOMETHING NEW. A NICE SELECTION of NEW GOODS has just come to hand to replaee those j which sell in such numbers during Christmas and New Year weeks. JEWELLERY for WEDDING or BIRTHDAY GIFTS is well represented amongst the New Goods in PENDANTS, BROOCHES, WATCH BANGLES, Etc., and a large supply of ENAMEL BROOCHES in the most Fashionable Colorings have been opened In SILVER and ELECTROPLATED ARTICLES we draw special attention to LADIES' SILVER-MOUNTED HAIR BRUSHES, MIRRORS, JEWEL CASKETS, and PHOTO FRAMES, also some New Designs in ELECTROPLATED WAITERS, TOAST RACKS, COMBINATION JELLY and BUTTER DISHES and ENTREE G. AND T. YOUNG, LTD., 88 PRINCES STREET.
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