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To Let. . ' •'■■ _ A LLOTMENT. vacant, to Let in J**jj**» A st. suitable for pilemaking; back entrance.—Apply HERALD for address. | AVONDALE-New House of six _£»_?_,?.__ A to station. 15s per week. «_™*} unß, _£ House of seven rooms. half-acre ""ton. £1 2s 6d per woek.-R. and 0. Linde-ay. a, Phoenix Chambers. Queen-street. BAYFIELD RD.-Sev>ra-roomed House, all conveniences; 18s.-Apply 0. H. FranK hum, 199. Jervois Road. - BRICK Shop and Dwelling; good connection; Bookseller, Stationer. Library, and Fancy Goods. Kent. 32s 6d.-B. Cleiana. Swanson Chambers, Swanson-st. _____ BRICK Shop and Dwelling, mate thoroughfare; suitable Barber, Stationer. Fancy Goods. Rent. 2bs.-K. Cleland, Swanson Chambers, Swanson-st. • : - CALLIOPE RD., between two w barves— Modern Six Booms, every convenience, h. and c; Bolton and Lloyd. > COTTAGE. Edendale Rd... Mt.Roski.ll, 2niins. from tram ternnnus.-Faterson and Robertson, Commercc-st. ____, COTTAGE, brick, four rooms, all conveniences; wash-house, scullery and bathroom; Norfolk-st.. Ponsonby.—Apply .faier son and Robertson, Commercc-st. GLADSTONE RD.. Parnell-Eight-roomed House, with conveniences; rent, 2-s t>a.— W. Frater and Son. ■"■ ' • HOUSE, six rooms, London-sfc.. Ponsonby ; rent, 20a.-Ewington and Baker, l>ur-ham-st. East and Queen-st HOUSE, new, brick, Earl-street, near'ld section, Parnell. live rooms; evfT? 011 ' venience; splendid view.—Apply next floor. MT. EDEN-Comfortable Six-roomed House, good position on tramline.— *• H. Wood, City Chambers. . MILFORD BEACH-Bungalow, midway tram, and beach; four large rooms, batttroom; £2 weekly; preference to tenant agreeing to purchase, £550.-Bungalow. Box -9-. OFFICE.— Letr-Sj?lendidly-lighted. Fire- " proof Office, 17 by Apply J. JMacky, Empire Buildings, Swanjson-at. PARNEX.L— Five largo furnished Kooma; use piano and all conveniences; large garden: only 258 week to careful tenant.— Address HERALD. ■ ' __ PARNELL— Furnished House, eight rooms, and conven., to Let; rent, £_ 10s. Ponsonby—Furnished House, six rooms and conven.; vegetable and flower garden; immediate occupation; rent, 355. Queen-st--Offices, on ground floor.—G. B. Osmond, Phoenix Chambers. Queeu-st., opp. Railway Station. ROOMS to Let in Strand Arcade; two, each 10 by 20ft--Apply Dr. H. Cox. Strand Arcade. 1 — REMUERA, Brighton Rd. — Six-roomed House, with all conveniences; rent, 19s. —\V. Frater and Son. ________ EEMUERA, Seaside-Seven-roomed House, with all conveniences; 1J acres land; rent, 27s 6d.—W. Frater and Son. RESIDENCE, furnished, eight rooms; every convenience; within 2d section; 40s | week.—G. F. Mellars and Co., 67, Queen-st., next Smceton's. MT. ROSKILL (close to Eight-roomed House, with all conveniences; close 2d section; rent, 22s 6d.—W. Frater and Son. EPSOM— Villa Residences, six and seven rooms; 24s and 22s 6d. BIRKENHEAD—Nine Rooms, 15s; Five Rooms. 10s. - MANGEBE—Nine Rooms, three acres; 20s. WALK V METE—Four Rooms, four acres; Bs. MT. EDEN—Six Rooms; 20s and 22s 6d. FURNISHED HOUSES from 25s to 50s. T A TAMES, 63, QUEEN-STREET. GREAT NORTH RD. and Pollen-st.—Cor-ner Brick Shop, with six living rooms and all conveniences. Low rental to approved tenant. LOWER UPPER QUEEN-ST.-Bhop. with four living rooms; rent. 35s per week. Situated almost opposite Town Hall. Trams will shortly stop opposite the' site. QUEEN-ST.-Mutuaf Life Building— on first floor; 14a per week. C. J. OWEN, Union Bank Building, Queen-st. ALTERS ROAD—Six Rooms, with overs if?.' convenience; rent, 18s 6d. HERNE BAY ROAD— Rooms, with bath, eras, patent w.c. wash-house, stable and trapshed; rent, 20a. FEDERAL-STREET—Large Room on ground floor, fronting street, suitable for workshop; rent only 7s 6d. > BARER AND EASTGATE, ~„«' Security Buildings. rp o LET. CUSTOMS-STREET WEBT, FIRST FLOOR, FRONT AND BACK ENTRANCE, LIFT. Apply to _ ' F. JAGUSCH. TO LET, Eight Minutes from Remuero Station— HOUSE OF SIX LARGE ROOMS. All conveniences; large corner Section Rent, £1 per wee— THOS. F. CAHILL. Queen-street (opp. Fort-street). T°L ■ * OUEEN-STREET.-Brick Shop and six Dwelling Rooms, suit cnemist, bootmaker, or fruiterer; 355. EDEN TERRACE— or Workshop; 20a ■VTEVILLE WCOMB. I HIS MAJESTY'S ARCADE. Houses and Lang Wanted!. rpo QWNEBS OF rUTY. (SUBURBAN, AND pOUNTRY pROPERTY. WE REQUIRE PROPERTIES to replace VV recent Sales and for inclusion in our new Revised Catalogue. We have GENUINE IMMEDIATE BUYERS for CITY AND SUBURBAN INVESTMENTS, for HOUSES for HOMES, and for SMALL ACREAGES near City. No Commission charged unless Sale is made directly through our Firm. Properties Advertised Free of Charge. Send full particulars of any Property you havo to Sell to jC'B____Sß AND T?ASTGATE, 1-12, SECURITY BUILDINGS, QUEEN-STREET. ITU" ANTED, Remuera or Epsom, situated VV on high position—A piece of good Volcanic Land, between one and five acres, suitable site for a gentleman's residence.G. B. Osmond, Phoenix Chambers, Queen-st., opposite Railway Station. . Businesses Wanted. Y[i A *— T E D TO STOREKEEPERS AND OTHERS- j I have a Client desirous of Purchasing With turnover of £5000 t0.£10,000. Must stand close scrutiny. 1 Full particulars to _uu p* v C. F. BENNETT. Bank of N.Z. Buildings. Swanson-st. |—____ ! — _____—— '"" Tailoring. SUIT SATISFACTION Is yours if yon allow us to Tailoi Your Next Garment. .-_„ We do only the Very Best pf Tailor ing\ use Good Materials, employ First class Hands, and Personally Super vise every garment that leaves oui establishment. , , , The fact that we are the exclusivi Tailors of many of the best-dressed men in Auckland should convince you of the desirability of placing youi Spring Suit with us. - -, We Quote— 70s, 755, 80s, 85s, 90s. . ■ .mi. ■■ ■ , .-■■ f TEE BRITISH WOOLLEN CO., TAILORS. » 175, TTARANGAHAPE "ROAD (Opposite Post Office). ' BULLOCH LADES WHISKY. _s^__sai_i7i_ii_ii^i SERVATIVE. Eggs are now at a price which pays to preserve them, At all stores, ■■■■■■■■■■■■■. '■ )

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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