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ECCLESIASTICAL foursquare GOSPEL MISSION, Foresters' Hall, Lake Road, Devonport. H a.m. and 7 p.m. All Welcome. , __ .. THURSDAY, 7.40 p.m —Life and National Trutas. PASTOR S. A. SIMPSON. ' REORGANISED CHUECH OF JESUS CHBIST OF LATTER DAT SAINTS. 43, Leslie Avenue. Momlnsslde. 10 A.M.. 11 A.M., 7 P.M. ALL WELCOME. PUBLIC NOTICES APPLE AND PEAR PRICES. Price Order 390. gazetted July °pwative July 16. fixes MAXIMUM WHOLESALE PRICES as below—fancy shown first, ccmmercial second, minimum third. Retail prices according ito Price Order 317 subject to additional container charge. Apples 6d, Pears sd. (+ means and larger , — means "and smaller"). DELICIOUS (all kinds), 100+ 9/6. 113-198 106. 10/, 5/6; 216— 9/6 9/. 4/6 .GRANNIE SMITH 100+ 9/6, 9/, 6/', 113-198 10/6, 10/, o/, 216— 9/6. 9/. 5/. STURMER, 100+/150 8/. 7/6, 5/6; 163-198 7/6. 7/, 5/1 216— 6/. 8/. VDOUGHERTY, 100+ 7, 6. 7/6. 5/, i} 3 *'® 0 Ai-So 5/6; 163-198 7/, 7/, 5/6; 216— 6/. 6,. 5/. o™®,. DESSERT. 100+ 8/, 7/6, 6 ; ; 113-150 9/. B '®' ifil-ioa fl/ B'6 5/6' 216— 7/, 6/6, 5/6. BALLAivAI AND LOHD WOLSELEY. 100 + 8/6. 8/6, 6/« 111-150 9 / 9/ 6/6; 163-198 8/6, 8/6, 5/6, 216-— 6/ 6/. 5/6. OTHER COOKERS. 100+ 8/6, 8/6. 6/; 113-150 9/, 9/, 6/; 163-108 8/6. 8/6, 5/6, 216— 6/. 6/. 5/6. PEARS, 15/6, 14/6. 14 FERTILISER RATIONING, 1945-46. Under the Fertiliser Control Order 1945 an cpnortunity is afforded Farmers to make appUcafor an allocation of Fertilisers for their ■ property under the following headings. A —Those farmers who have not appealed on any .previous occasion. B—These farmers who can produce d evidence to the effect that they brought in out of VIRGIN country during the last ration period areas which nave tjeen sown down in new grass. Applications under the above headings will be received by the Appeals Committee up to and including August 15. 1945. Application forms available from the Secretary, Auckland District Council of Primary Production, P.O. Box 787. Auckland. First Floor, Dalgety s Buiidins. 41. Albert Street. W. ALEXANDER. ;11 Secretary. N Z INSTITUTE OF COST ACCOUNTANTS, INC. AFFILIATED WITH THE AUSTRALASIAN INSTITUTE OF COST ACCOUNTANTS. Intending Candidates ore reminded that entries for the September Examination of the New Zealand Institute of Cost Accountants close with the Registrar. Chamber of Commerce Building, Courthouse Lane. Auckland. C.l, on TUESDAY, July 31. 1945. Persons interested in the activities of the Institute can obtain full information from the ab OT e address. OHAMBERS _ • 28 Registrar. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LICENSE. I, WILLIAM EDWARD GRANT, of Auckland, Hotelkeeper, being the holder of a Publican s License in respect of the premises situate at Three Lamps, Ponsonby, and known as the Ponsonby Club Hotel, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will at the next Licensing Meeting, to be held at Auckland on the sth day of SEPTEMBER, 1945, apply for a Transfer of the said License from myself to LESLIE HENRY BUCHANAN, my appointee. Dated at Auckland the 2nd day of July, 1945. ;14 (Sgd.) W. E. GRANT. THE AUCKLAND ELECTRIC POWER BOARD. SHUTDOWN. Notice is hereby given that the Supply will be SHUTDOWN, for the purpose of carrying out urgent High Tension Repairs, on SUNDAY NEXT, July 15, 1945, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8.30 a.m. In the undermentioned transformer MCDONALD STREET. MORNINGSIDE. ROSSMAY TERRACE, MORNINGSIDE. TAYLOR ROAD, MORNINGSIDE. GORDON ROAD, MORNINGSIDE. R. H. BARTLEY. M.1.E.E.. M.l.Mech.E., General Manager. 14 AUCKLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL BOARD. ELECTION OF PARENTS' REPRESENTATIVES. Dr. Phoebe MacDlarmid. at present one of the parents' representatives on the Grammar School Board, again offers herself as a Candidate and hopes for the continued support of parents at the forthcoming election. If re-elected she will do her utmost to further the interests of Parents and Pupils. 14 INTEGRITY — BORACURE N.Z.), LIMITED, Is Now Making a Survey of All Work Done Since 1935. Occasionally service after Initial treatment is necessary owing" to the physical properties of timber and protective finishes. This after-treatment IS being done free In accordance with the Boracure Warranty. BORACURE (N.Z.), LIMITED, 395-7, Broadway. Newmarket, S.E.I. Phone 25-354. RS AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENTS' RELIEF. On SATURDAY, July 21, Students will undertake work of any kind to raise money for the Relief of Students in Europe and ChinaWill those desiring students to work for them please communicate by letter to the Registrar, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, or Phone 30-350 by TUESDAY, 17th? 14 PUBLIC NOTICE The MT. EDEN SCHOOL COMMITTEE are desirous of obtaining the names of Ex-pupils of the School who have fallen in the present war, for the purpose of compiling a suitable Roll of Honour. Full particulars should be sent to the Secretary, 102, GRANGE ROAD, MT. EDEN. :28 WARNING TO SHIPPING. On and after MONDAY. July 16. 1945, Masters of all vessels are warned to keep clear of an area approximately one mile square situated three miles north of Rangitoto crater, and which will be marked by flagged dan buoys. (Signed) KEITH DOWDING, 16 "Naval Officer In Charge, Auckland District. A. J. PARK AND SON. PATENT AND TRADE MARK ATTORNEYS, National Bank Building, Shortland Street. F. H. HAY (Fel. Inc. Ir.st„ P.A.), Reg. Patent Attorney, Managing Partner. INFORMATION BOOK FREE ON APPLICATION WS HENRY HUGUBft, LTD. Patents. Trademarks arid Copyright. DILWORTH BUILDING, Expert guidance, without fee, on how to protect , your idea. Write for Booklet, "Advice to Inventors." Closed Saturdays. S

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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