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WANTED TO SELL _ ALUMINIUM PAINT, best quality. 9 gallons.—Writ S. 5176, STAB. 1 - .ATTACHE CASES, Hat Boxes, suitcases. Gol J. Clubs. —Meltzer's, 61. Victoria St. W. I - AUCKLAND WINE CO., 4, Rutland Street. Pbom iy 44-409.—The Old Established Firm for Quality 2 2_ Golden Sherry, £4 10/ per case: Vldals Port ly £5. Freight paid. . A' 81 AUCKLAND FURNISHING CO. Tor Quallt: it Furniture; Keenest Prices In Auckland, cash o: n terms.—Corner Karangahape Rd. and Queen St - (next McCabe's Radios). Phone 41-193. xli ■j BEDKOOM and Dining Suite, solid oak, modern - as new; reasonable. —Phone 27-017. _T > P BEDEOOM SUITE, walnut; Chesterfield Suite N Hostess Bed Settee, Single Hostess Bed, Singli r Bed and Wire, Vestibule Carpet,. Reversible Rug „ Musquash Fur Coat, s.w., skins perfect; Fur Cape - Single Bedspread, Coffee and Entree Dish. —Roon i. 61, Brunswick Building, 174, Queen Street. xli Jf BEDSPREAD and Bolsters, Double, heavy plnl - satin; Lambskin Mat to match. —132, Landscap) »• I Rd.. Mt. Eden. xU BICYCLE, lady's, as new; what offers?—6l, SeaJ field View Rd.. Grafton. It BOOKS (2000) suitable for- Library.—Write B.G J" 0371. STAR. l< ' BOWLS, Duniop. set, size 5 l-16in, new condition.—Write B.q| 0403, Star. xl' CARPET SPEClALS—Axminster and Wilton Carpets from £12 10/.—25, Ponsonby Rd. ■ ME - CARPET, Body, Super Wilton, approx. 48yds, plalr green, complete Underfelt, as new.—l, Queen Marj ' Avenue, Epsom (opp. Tram Depot). xl( CARPISTS, Super Axminster: 9 x 12, autumn'; 9 x 10>,4, pink tonings; 9 x 10W, green rose designs; 9x6. pink and fawn; 6yd 36in Runner. Also several Floor Rugs.—l, Queen Mary Ave., S Epsom (opp. Tram Depot). xie " CAVITY Building Block Moulds, all sizes.—2, • ( Eden Terrace. ; 16 CHILDREN'S CLOTHES problems solved I Use wonderful Ross Hynes Multiple Pattern; cuts all children's garments.—Whitcombe and Tombs. RD4 CHINA CABINET, Oak, glass leadlights, like 4 new; £ 10.—124, Sandrlngham Rd. xie "• CLOTHES DRIERS, Revolving, 160 ft wire; painted e £4 15/.—Phone 60-453. 21 s CLOTHES LINES revolving steeJ spindle, wired, 5 painted erected In concrete. £6 10/.—Godkln. 6, y Esplanade Rd- Mt. Eden. Ph. 60-255. C COT, dropside, panelled ends; £3 15/. —Young, 1 Osborne St., Newmarket (behind Bank ol 3 N.Z.). ; . 18 ~ DIAMOND CLUSTER, seven perfect stones, set platinum, £65 or offer. —S. 5068, Star. 17 DIAMOND RING, 2-stone, dainty, latest setting; £15 cash. —Write S. 5165. STAR. 16 • DIAMOND RlNGS—Exclusive styles, priced from £20; limited stocks of Imported Crystal and 5 China on view.—Christie's, St. Kevin's Arcade. D - DINNER SUITS, Gent's, as new, splendid seiec'.ion. —Meltzer's, 61, Victoria St. W. N 1 DOLL'S PRAM, large size, rubber tyres, new.— Phone 20-055. . Xl 6 DOOKS, Sashes, Windows, Grates, Ranges, Gates. Sam White and Sons. Market Place. N DRUMS, 44-gallon, clean and go«d: 6/ at Depot. J delivery extra. —Phone 42-545. x! 3 , ELECTRIC RAZOR, Packard, new condition, £6 ' 10/. —80-920. xl 6 ELECTRIC HEATERS, one large and two small; also Folding Chairs, leather seats.—llß, Ponsonby j Road. Xl 6 ; ELECTROLUX, late model, all accessories, swivel ; nozzle, etc., powerful suction.—l, Queen Mary Ave., , Epsom, opp. Tram Depot. x! 6 ' j EXTENSION LADDERS, Barrows, Stepladders. ; I Trestles.—Pelham, 158. Victoria St. W.- 40-654. O FELTEX and Blankets lor ex-Servicemen from , an ex-Serviceman; also Good Quality Furniture ; at factory prices.—Apply Factory. 21. George St.. ; Newmarket (up from Blind Institute). x2l [ FIREWOOD, tea-tree blocks, dry, arst class; Immediate delivery.—Phone 26-977. D 4 5 FIREWOOD, Tea-tree, dry, £1 14/ half-ton; £3 3/ ton; prompt delivery.—Phone 80-532. x2B I FIREWOOD, Dry Tea-tree Blocks, £3 3/ per ton, . c.o.d. orders, top or more.—Phone 42-777. D 4 J I FlßEWOOD—Splendid line Dry Pine Blocka; £3 !5/ a ton, c.0.d.. while It lasts.—Phone 42-777. D 4 f I FIREWOOD—Tea-tree Blocks, mountain-grown, 12 . bags £3 3/: prompt delivery.—Bedford, Phone ' 20-753. . xl 6 : FUR COAT, northern musquash, small fitting, good • condition.—Phone 20-528. ■ xl 6 ' GENT'S Used Bicycles, £B.—Sly's Piano House, j 144. Symonds St. xlB GENTS' 'ROBES built, solid heart rlmu, hand polished in walnut shade; best value in Auckland. Young, Osborne St., Newmarket, behind Bank of N.Z. ■ 18 GLORY BOXES, polished walnut shade.—Young, 1, Osborne St., Newmarket, behind Bank N.Z. 18 i GRAMOPHONE RECORDS, Popular Modern Dance and Vocals; reasonably priced.—M. 5373, Star. x! 6 HOME DRESSMAKING! Learn'at home. Complete instruction contained in Ross Hynes Home DressI maker: only 15/.—Whitcombe and Tombs. RD4 HORSE CLIPPERS—Burman English "Handicap" Hand Clippers. 12/9: No. 17 Hand-Power Machine Clippers, with enclosed gearing, complete, 95/; ] easy credit terms. 4/9 deposit, 4/9 weekly.— ■ Machinery Dept., Farmers' Trading Co., Hobson I St.. Auckland. x2j ; INCINERATORS, 12/6 each, delivered.—Phone J 64-364. 16 i I.ADY'S SHOES, black, as new, Truflt. 6a multiple J fitting.—Phone 27-095 (business hours). xl 6 I LINOLEUM, good quality, blue mottled, good conI dition, 27yds, £40.—Phone 48-657, business hours. j ; 1£ j LINOLEUM, 12yds, super quality, heavy weight, Inlaid, as new.—l, Queen Mary Ave., Epsom, opp. I Tram Depot. xl 6 ! MILK SHAKE MACHINES (3), guaranteed good order. Best offer.—Rathle. Opotlkl. 16 I PAINT—IOO% Pure White Lead and Linseed.— Macnell. 70. Wyndham St. 'V PIANO STOOLS, upholstered, with recess for music; pre-war-price, 49/0 each.—Kenneth Eady. 5, St Kevin's Arcade. Karangahape Road. 19 PRAM, cream, cane, cradle sprung, new tyres, enamel, beautiful condition, worth inspecting, £6 10/.—Write B.G. 0419, STAR. 16 PRIMUS STOVE. Electric Iron, excellent condition^— S j _s22s j _Star. xlB PUSHCHAIRS, steel frames;, 83/.—Thompson's Pram House. 313. Qujeh St.. above Town Hall. N PUSHCHAIRS, Baby, 78/6, adjustable back and footrest, easy folding; outstanding value.—Merson's Cycle Store. Symonds St. Safety Zone. MH4 RAINCOAT, navy, Bramac, 33 Inches; £1.-37, Albany Rd., Heme Bay. Iβ REFRIGERATORS—Ice Cream, Fish Storage, Shop Display and Milk Cooler types: also Units only.— Refrigerator House. 27. Wyndham at. V SEWING MACHINE, treadle; £10.— S. 4844. Star. ] 17 SEWING MACHINE. Binger, treadle, good order; £8 10/.—Write M. 5371. STAB. Xl 6 SEWING MACHINES, or will exchange, electric— Globe. 154. Queen St. Phone 40-295. N SINGER SEWING power, suitable factory, Dressmaker or private use, mounted on Workroom stand, perfect condition, price £50.— Apply 58, Sussex St.. Grey Lynn. i 16 SINGER and Other Reliable Machines. £2 to £15, written guarantee, free trial, prompt repairs. Master. Sheriff's Hill. Phone 79-450. . N SINGES Sewing Machine, other makes, all prices. Motors fitted. Expert Repairs, Farts.—Phone 63-499, Andrew. 11, Greenfield Rd.. Epsom. L SINGLE BED and Wire Wove, pretty Dressing Table and 5-drawer Tallboy, cream lacquered, ideal spare bedroom suite, direct from maker, £29 15/ —Apply Factory, Phone 40-355, 21, George Newmarket (up from Blind Institute). xlB SINGLE BEDS and Wire Woves, constructed of solid timbers, hand French polished to match, any shade Bedroom Suites, etc., direct from factory at £6 17/6. —Apply Factory, 21, George St.. St.. Newmarket (up from Blind Institute). xie j SINK AND BENCH, stainless steel, all one piece, almost new, sft; £23.—23, Rookfield Rd., Ellerslie. - 17 STOVE, electric. In good order.—Phone 42-716: evenings. 54-291. . xlf> STOVE (large). Oil Burning, Speedway, suit hotel or boa»dinghouse; £45. —Phone 45-978. x! 8 SUITE, 3-plece, new, well sprung.—Phone 60-739. __ J £1S TALLBOYS, 4 and 6-drawer, solidly constructed, direct from maker, from sgns.—Apply Factory, 21. George St., Newmarket (up from Blind Institute). xl 9 TOP COAT, navy blue, also Air Force Blue Suit. I fit boy 4 to 5 years old.—Phone 48-007. xl 6 URN, electric, 5 gallons; also Coffee, gas, 2'.2 gallons; perfect order. —Phone 63-245. x! 6 WHEELBARROWS, strong, well made.—Young, Osborne St.. Newmarket, behind Bank of N.Z. 18 WHEELBARROWS, standard design, sturdily built, with strongly bolted brackets and legs; 16in wrought Iron wheel: cash price 55/; easy terms, 2/6 deposit, 2/6 weekly.—Machinery Dept., Farmers' Trading Co., Auckland. D 4 WRINGERS, Acme and Kelvin, good rubber; Juice Extractor; Carpet Sweeper. Ewbank; all good condition. —1, Queen Mary. Ave., Epsom., opp Tram Depot. ' - ■■■■■.■■ - - yie MACHINERY FOB SALE "ALBEE" comomes and oeau tne noe, snovei and spade; 25/ from your dealer, or A. Brvin, Auckland. GAS FBODUCEB Equipment and Plants.—Truck Service, Ltd.. foot Parnell Rise. Phone 44-692. N VILLIEBS MOTORS for stationary purposes, fan cooled, 3 ,i h.p., Hi h.p. and 2 h.p., side valve, V model.—John Dale. Ltd., 525, K'hape Rd. O WIND CHARGERS, American, β-volt and volt, heavy duty models; limited stocks; easy terms arranged; call and see us.—Write or Phone 45-190, Robertson Reversible Sewing Machine Co., Ltd., 199, Queen St. (opp. J.C.L.). 16 BOATS FOR SALE BOATS (2), 14ft and llf t6in; what offers?— 27, Sherwood Aye., Grey Lynn. x! 7 DINGHY, Bfti clinker. — Apply 3, Mira St.. Ponsonby. [ 16 RESIN BONDED PLYWOOD for Boats and Caravans.—Wiseman's Outboards. 32, Customs St. K. L BFT CLINKER DINGHY, new.—2s, Kildare Ave., St. Helier's, E.I. x_l6 BOATS WANTED . XAUNCH, sound, 26ft to 28ft, reliable engine, roomy cockpit; about £250 cash offered. — Livingston, John Street, Henderson. xl 6 18FT V Class, round or square bilge, good gear; cash buyer; particulars.—Yachtsman, 0425, Star. xIG DOGS, CATS, BIRDS, Etc., WANTED PERSIAN KITTEN, male.—Phone 27-154. IS POULTRY WANTED PRIME CHICKENS, Hens, Turkey.- —Nola, 836. Mt. Albert Road. Phone 60-964. N

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