DANCING NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY (GREY LYNN BRANCH) TONIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY 7.45 tIU 11.30 P.m. _ ' Masonic Hall UPPER QUEEN STREET! I". ENGEL'S ORCHESTRA. OLD-TIME PROGRAMME. Ladies 1/6. ■ Gents 2/. Good Supper. ■ lor Cash Gifts. 1 H. JACKSON. Hon. s<-c. JACK HORXERIS DANCE CLUB. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT ■ At TAKAPUNA BOATING CLUB HALL, Baysrvrater. Stan Wrathall and His Hawaiian BandMonte Carlo. Supper. 2/ Admission 3/ 1 WHO ARE AUCKLAND'S CHAMPION DANCERS? AMATEUR BALLROOM CHAMPIONSHIPS To be Held Shortly. . WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS. FRED EDNEY'S STUDIO, 319. QUEEN STREET (Above Town Hall) Modem Class Every Tuesday featuring the Jive. Private Lessons by Appointments. Ballroom Danclnsr. PHONE 41-615, INQUIRIES. 1 RUBY SHEREIFF. H.B. Building. Newton.— Private Lessons, 2/6 (or 9 for £1), Modem, Oldtime Tap. Three dances by post. 5/. . WS I'URJJC NOTICES AUCKLAND EDUCATION BOARD. PUBLIC NOTICE. In accordance with the provisions of the Education Act, 1914, and the Amendments thereto, it is hereby notified that the under named Candidates have been duly nominated for election as Members ol the Education Board of the District oi Auckland:— FOR 'THE AUCKLAND URBAN AREA (Three Members): Wilfred Stanley Adams, of Auckland. Mrs. Mary Manson Dreaver, of Auckland. Wilfred Henry Fortune, o! Auckland. Wilfred Ernest Kilburn, of Auckland. Joseph Aitken McGowan, of Auckland. Mrs. Ada Maria McNair, of Auckland. Charles Stephen Morris, of Auckland. Maurice Priestley, of Auckand. Thomas Turbott. ol Auckland. Jack Williams, of Auckland. FOR THE HAMILTON URBAN AREA (One ■Member): John Mldgley McWiiannell, of NgahinepourL Frederick Waller Mead, ol Hamilton. FOR THE NORTH WARD OF THE RURAL AREA (One Member): John George Draper, of Whangarel. David McCarrol, of Whangarei. Thomas William McCown, of Rawene. Richard Thjophiluj Wrathall, ol MangontlL FOR THE EAST WARD OF THE RURAL AREA (One Member): Archibald Burns, of Auckland. FOR THE WEST WARD OF THE RURAL AREA (One Member): John Patterson, of Pukekohe. As the number of candidates for the East and West Wards of the Rural Area does not exceed the number ol the vacancies I hereby declare MR. ARCHIBALD BURNS and MR. JOHN PATTERSON duly elected as Members of the Board. The Election ol Three Members for the Auckland Urban Area and of One Member for the Hamilton Urban Area and of One Member for the North Ward oi the Rural Area will be held on WEDNESDAY, July 13, 1944. The Electors axe "the Members .of the School Committees within Che Auckland Urban Area, the Hamilton Urban Area and the North Ward oi the Rural Area respectively. Voting papers have been forwarded by post in registered packets to the Chairmen of the School Committees concerned for the use of such of the Electors as are Members ol the Committees. The Poll will close at five o'clock In the aftemocn of the day of Election, but all voting papers will be included and counted which ard received by me in ordinary course of post before the close of TUESDAY. July 25. 1944, and are enclosed in envelopes bearing the postmark of a day* not later than July IS, the day of the Election, A. NIXON. Returning Officer. June 3C. 1944. I APPLE AND PEAR PRICES. Price Order 251 (gazetted 30th June) operative 3rd July, fixes MAXIMUM -wholesale prices as below (fancy shown first, commercial second, minimum third). Retail prices according to Price Order 142. + Equals and larger, — equals and smaller. DELICIOUS (all kinds), 100 + /125 9/, 8/6. 6/: 130/193 10/, 9/, 6/; 216— 8/6, 7/6, 5/. GRANNIE SMITH, 100-r 9/, 8/, 6/6; 113/150 10/, 9/, 6/6; 163/193 9/, 8/, 6/6; 216— 8/6, 7/6, 5/6. STURMER, 10B+/125 7/6, 7/, 5/; 138/150 7/, 6/6, 5/; 163/198 6/, 5/6, 4/6: 216— 5/6. 5/, 4/. DOUGHERTY, 100+ 6/6. 6/, 5/; 113/125 7/, 6/6, 5/; 138/150 7/3, B/S. 5/; 163/198 6/, 5/6, 5/: 216— 5/6. 5/. 4/6. OTHER DESSERT, 100+ 7/6, 7/, 5/6: 113/125 8/, 7/6, 5/6; 138/150 9/, 8/6, 5/6; 163/198 8/, 7/6, 5/; 216— 6/6. 6 ' 3/. BALLARAT and L. WOLSELEY, 100+ 7/3, 7/3, 6/; 113/150 8/, 8/, 6/; 163/198 7/ 7/ 5/ - 216 — 5/6, 5/6, 5/. COOKERS, 100 + /150 7/, 7/, 5/6: IG3/198 If, 7/, 5/; 216— | 5/6, 5/6, 5/. PEARS: Winter Coles, Nelis Josephine. 15/, 15/. 14/. 1« GIFT PARCELS. FOODSTUFFS. Parcels • for Armed Forces Overseas and Civilians in U.K. are Packed and Posted for you. These contain Canned Meats, Cheese, Honey, Jam, Dried Milk, Malted Milk. Beef Essence, etc. TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES. P.O.W. and Members of Armed Forces serving Overseas will welcome Gift Parcels of Dobie's "Four Square" Tobaccos and Cigarettes in air-tight vacuum tins, posted direct by our princinals, George Doble and Son, Ltd., Paisley, Scotland. Full particulars of the above-mentioned available on application. I A. C. NORDEN, \ Nathan's Bond Building, 45, Customs St.. East: :31, 1014 r^M ehold COLLECTION BOX APPEAR thro\jg^ er ' the which you subscribe to the du? ur Collec tion Box are credited your Box in you reside. Deposit take another^ 0 the Depots advertised, you send in remember that each Box you for 5 / or *nore qualifies £500 A Rv? pa tion in a EVERY lON First Art Union closes' i': July 28. My 24, dra-wn AUCKLAND METROPOLITAN COMMITTEE. 1 PUBLIC N O T I cr^ Pursuant to the powers conferred on him w the Oil jFuel Emergency Regulations, 1939,.; Oil Fuel Controller does hereby direct that motor spirit shall bo sold or delivered under ths authority of the coupon issued pursuant to the said regulations for the month of July, 1944 (being the coupon numbered 1 of the 1944-45 series) unless the purchaser of the motor spirits , endorses on the back of the said coupon his • signature and the registration plate number of the motor vehicle to the tank of which the motor | spirit is supplied by the seller. No motor spirit shall be supplied in pursuance of such coupon except directly into the tank of a motor vehicle. ; Dated at Wellington this Ist day of Julyi 1944. G. L. LAURENSON, ... 1 Oil Fuel Controller.
HEART OF CABBAGE THEE aptly describes much timber used to-day. produced from sappy, immature trees lacking resistance, to Infection by insects and fungoid decsy. BORACORE PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT Is Vitally Essential. Specify Boracured Timber. Guaranteed with twenty years' warranty. BORACURE (N.Z.), LIMITED, 395-7, Broadway. Newmarket, S.E.I, Phone 25-354. RS A. J. PARK AND SO N. PATENT AND TRADE MARK ATTORNEYS, National Bank Building, Shortland Street. F. H. HAY (Fd. Inc. Inst. P.A.). Reg. Patent Attorney, Managing Partner. INFORMATION BOOK FREE ON APPLICATION. WE COMMENCE LISTENING TO-MOREOW TO DOROTHY SAVERS' FAMOUS PLAYS: "THE MAN BORN TO BE KING," BROADCAST FROM IYA SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. These Plays Are Different. :12 H E N E. Y HUGHES. LTD. Patents, Trademarks ' and Copyright, Dllworth Building. Expert guidance, without fee. cn now to protect your Idea. Write for Booklet, "Advice to Inventors." Closed Saturday's. S LAUNDRY WORKERS employed in Private Hospital:, Rest Homes. Schools and Colleges are requested to get in touch with the Laundry Workers' Union for information concerning award conditions and wages.—Address Inquiries to Secretary, 21, Academy Bldg., Queen St., Auckland, C.l. , :ls LEMONS — NATURE'S IIVINTER SUNSHINE for FLU', SORE. THROATS. They Prevent or Cure. BUY LEMONS AT HUTTONS COpp. Ferry Building), A. B. STODDARD. 61. Queen St. 3 DDCCATIOXAL BRAIN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, LTD. EXPERT INDIVIDUAL; TUITION. SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING BURROUGHS BOOKKEEPING COMMERCIAL PRACTICE. DAY. AND EVENING CLASSES. Term Starts From Date of Entry. For Prospectus or Further Information F.lr.g 48-286 or write 612 N.Z. INSURANCE BUILDING. C.l. ws
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