ECCLESIASTICAL 1 MILD MAT MOVEMENT. WORLD-WIDE WITNESS FELLOWSHIP (N. 2.). The Movement for World Evangelism. Local Office: 2nd Floor, Hie Majesty's Arcade, Queen Street. Library »nd Lounge Open Dally. The Christian Public are requested that the six months' campaigns in connection wltn thevisit of the Rev. ■ , LIONEL ,B. FLETCHER ' ,„ npnrine a close and that there will b« great final Farewell Melting a* under. Please prepare by prayer. Tremendous crowds have, attenaea the missions right through the Dominion, full houses even on bitter cold and wet eights and much blessing has followed. Make thei final■ »e«ings the best. The Evangelist will o^^K-™.. , } pulpit in the Beresford Street <^f£**f™ n *l Church both morning and evening on the day of SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, and will then speak in.the AUCKLAND TOWN HALL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, at 7.30 p.m. SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, at 3 p.m. Rev. Clifford Reay will be> irtadto meet J*e great to be present. .—-■■ — 4* NZ LEAGUE FOR HARD OF HEARING. A SERVICE CONDUCTED BY REV. J. J- LEWIS, M.A , 8.D., public notices waitematT - county. THE LOCAL BODIES' LOANS ACT. 1926. ""Sated at Auckland this 19th day of July. 1945. J. H. LUXFORD. 2g Stipendiary Magistrate. MANUFACTURE FOR SALE OF FOOTWEAR. ENTERPRISE BOOT MANUFACTURING CO.. J?" * i-hrutrhnrch have applied for an extenexUUng Ucense Z as to permit them to Machine Uppers in Ranglora. MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY. G PRICE. Radio Repair Service, Saitoh Street, Wellington, has applied for a license to manufacture Radio Receiving Sets. KETAIL SALE ot AND OF GARAGE AND ENGINEERING WoikaLTD.. has applied for a license to reeeH Motor spirit from 4 petrol pumps to beJwtoUed at proposed premises situated at Maungaturoto. Persons considering themselves materially affected by decision of Bureau of Industry on these applications should ™^«J%.^£! l -£P re- ««. 'SSL "Sγ 'Es-se 1 &rw Wellington. ™ FERTILISER RATIONING, 1945-46. Under the Fertiliser Control Order, 1945.an ?r- rt f U or liy an' S property under the following headings.— A—Those farmers who have not appealed on any previous oecaston. B—Those farmers who can Produce documentary evidence to the effect that they have brought in out of VIRGIN country during the last ration period areas which have been 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. PO Box 787, Auckland, First Floor. Dalgety's Building, 41, Albert Street. W. ALEXANDER. :11 Secretary. LAND SALES COCET. Notice is hereby given that the Public pace of the Land Sales Court. Hamilton Registry, 1* situated at ALEXANDRA HALL, Hamilton. Correspondence and any applications under the Servicemen's Settlement and Land Sales Act 1943. not delivered to the Public Office, should be addreesed to the Deputy Registrar, Land Sales Court, P.O. Box 461. Hamilton. C. E. N. WATKINS, 21 Depu ty_Registraj\_ MT. ROSKILL RESIDENTS AND RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. A General Meeting will be held In the DOMINION ROAD SCHOOL on THURSDAY NEXT, July 26, at 8 p.m. Business: Conversion to Borough status, and for Ward system. A . COPLAND, 21 Secretary. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LICENSE. I, HERBERT THOMAS MASTERS, of Station Road. Papatoetoe. hereby give notice that I hove upplied to the Magistrate's Court at Auckland for a License under the Land Agents Act, 192122. to carry on business es a- Land Agent at 36. Shortland Strtet. Auckland, and that such application will be heard at the above Court after one month from the 21st day of July. 1945, being the date of the first publication of this notice. Dated at Auckland this 20th day of July, 1945. 23 (Signed) H. T. MASTERS.
GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPT. I hereby give notice of my intention to issue at the expiry ol two weeks from this date, unless objection be previously lodged, a COPY POLICY to take the place of Policy No. 184*64 on the life of THEO EUSTACE BRTDGER, formerly of Stratford and of Auckland (but now deceased), which Is declared to have been lost. J. W. MACDONALD, Commissioner, Wellington. July 21, 1945. 21 NO CHARGE FOR nOKACIJRE REPORT. Every Property should be Thoroughly Examined periodically to ensure Freedom from Borer. White Ant and Rot. Get advice on borer infection. BORACURE (N.Z.). LIMITED. 395-7. Broadway. Newmarket. S.E.I. Phone 25-354. Rβ
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