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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
LOST AND FOUND BADGE, R.S.A., No. 30770.—Please return R.S.A.. High St., or Phone 63-889. 21 BAG, Knitting, wine suede, containing unfinished supper cloth, between Parnell and Kohi.—Phone 30-254 or 50-932. _ 21 BROWN PAPER "BAG - containing Exercise Book, Notes and Cheque, lost between Parnell and Bank of N.Z., possibly on Avondale tram, leaving Queen Street 10.15 a.m".; good reward.—Ring 45-327. X 24 CHILD'S BOOT," fa~wn, size 4. by Ponsonby Reservoir.—Write B.G. 0541. Star. 21 DIAMOND RING. ""iSolitaire, platinum shoulder facings, gold band: lost March-July: reward.— Phone 71-061. 21 DRESSING TABLE MATS (4) in parcel, between Symonds St. and Onehunga, name Winnie on wrapper: birthday present; reward.—Please return t0_845, _Mnnukau_Rd., x2l EARRING, pearl and gold; reward.—Ring 45-538. 21 ENGAGEMENT - diamonds, set In platinum claws, gold band, vicinity C.P.0.: goed reward.—Ring 19-621. __•__ 21 FOUNTAIN PEN, Swan, black, between Shortland St.. Bus Terminal and Henderson; please ring 45-132 \veck_ days, before 4.30 p.m.; reward. 21 in Fapakura train or city; reward.—B.G. 0566. STAR. x?± -GLOVE, black. 2.30 p.m., Devonport Ferry, Tues-day;—-Phone; JH-_669. x2l GLOVE, brown kid, last Saturday night, between Grafton Rd. and Plaza Theatre; reward.—Phone 48-736. x2l GLOVE, Motor Cyclist's, with woollen glove inside, vie. St. Leonard's and Mt. Eden Rds.: reward.—9ll,.. Mt._ Eden Rd. x2l GLOVES, navy, "white, fabric. Friday, 13th: reward.—Apply S. 360, STAR. 21 GOLD WRISTLET WATCH, with broken chain. at Greenwood's Corner; reward.—Phone 62-189. 21 GOLD LOCKET, engraved "Tc Betty from Vinre. 1944," between Queen St. and Wakefield St., Thursday: reward.—Phone 48-988. _ _ 21 HANDBAG, brown leather and suede, containing considerable amount money: reward.—Phonß 50-233. 23 HANDBAG, containing tools and sundries, vicinity Kitchener St.; reward.—T. G. Shaw and Co.. Kitchener St. _ _ x2l HANDBAG, brown~le"atheri "containing ration books, bankbook, driver's license, etc., vicinity Fleet St., Newton, or between Fleet St. and Sandringham; reward.—Return 12, Fleet St.,_or Phone 81-723. x2l HANDBAG, black, containing roll of notes, cheques, gold watch, cameo brooch, between Clyde Street and Newmarket. Monday afternoon, between 3 and 5; reward.—Please return Beal's Store, corner Owen's Road.—Mrs. E. Westwood, 15. Ngaire Avenue. Fpsom. X2l HAND TRUCK, Surrey Crescent, reward.—Burns. Philp Co., Albert St. 21 LEADER'S CASH ORDER, in Queen St. or Zoo tram —If any person finds it. please return to office, as jire_notified. x2l MONEY PURSE, small. White, containing 4 or 5 £1 notes. City to Onehunga; working girl's: £1 reward^— Star. 21 PARCEL of Ladles'" Vests " (2); reward.—Phone 61-187. 21 PINK KNITTING and Needles, vicinity Ranfurlv JC2I RATION BOOKS (5) in case; reward.—lo, Cockburn St., Grey Lynn, off Richmond Rd. x2l R.S.XT BADGE,~ 51876.—Please return R.S.A. 21 R.S.A. BADGE, No. 47429.—Finder return R.S.A. 21 SCOOTER, left vie. Grey Lynn Ftrk; reward.— Please return 27, Arnold St. x2l SHIRT. Boy's Grey Flannel, between Newton, Ponsonby Rd. and Richmond Rd. tram.—Call 55. Lincoln SI.. Ponsnnby. x2l SLIPPERS, Thursday night, from Vulcan Lane to Waima St.. Grey Lynn; reward.—Ring 27-681. x2l STOLEN BlKE—Person who took Bike from Beale's Store. El'.?rslie. please return to Todd. 6. Ewenson Ave., urgently required. 21 TAKEN from Greenwood's Corner, Saturday, 14th, Phillips Bicycle, painted black, broken at mudguard —Would anvone able to give any inform--tion please Ring 63-753? xjjl UMBRELLA, John Court's, Friday, reward.—S. 6G35. Star. 21 WALLET, containing leave papers and sum of money lost by Sailor; substantial reward.— Write S. 6813, STAB. X3l WILL the drl who took charge of Grey Ove - coat at Panmure accident last Sunday. plea=? R]ng, urgently, 25-913. 21 WRISTLET WATCH, gold, expansion. In cr nrr Milne's: i ejvarcL—Phone_4l -866. 21 WOULD Gentleman who removed Lady's Suitcase Bayswater,' July 11, please return Transport Dep. JmmedJMefy_or_actlon will be taken. 23 YALE KEY, attached metal tag. stamped "Back °5°. r L'~?i J?55?^J? T *s: x - £4 10', between Grafton and Bus Terminal, SaturFOUND, Key. tird bv string to wooden tap.—AppW Accountant. STAROfnce. 21 FOUND, Wristlet"" Watch, Tuesday. Epsom; p->v advt.—B. Epsorn- 21 REWARD ANYONE GIVING INFORMATION OF AUSTIN 10 4-DOOR DE LUXE, 1937 MODEL. GREY. BLACK' MUDGUARDS. Reg No 13393H, Ennin» No. 109518, Chassis No. G108762. PLEASE RING NEAREST POLICE STATION. STRAYED AND IMPOUNDED STRAYED, Scotch Terrier Pup. from 22. Dimedin St Ponsonbv. wearing no collar; answers to name of Hope; reward.—Finder Ring 18-302. 21 BISIXESS ; PERSONALS _ ACHING FEET. Corns—Mrs a. E Russell (late Russell and Long). St. Kevins Arcade._ 42-489. _TS WATCH AND "CLOCK REPAIRS at 60, Victorin St. West, opp. Tri Cleaners. x2l 100 SEWING "MACHINES wanted, to £30 electric £25 treadle.— Faraday s. Phone 43-652 21 PARENTS- SEND YOUR DAUGHTER TO THE NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF HAIRDRESSING. Latest Hair Styling Permanent Waving TauKht. Positions assurer!. 228. QUEEN STREET. "HONE 44-579. RS KEENS' BEACTX PARLOURS. 18, STRAND ARCADE.
Specialise In MACDONALD STEAM WAVING EUGENE WAVING WELLA STEAM AND OIL MACHINELESS. Phone 40-155 tot Appointment WS4 MONTE WINTER. LADIES' HAIRDRESSING London and American Diplomas ol Distinction JAMAL PERMANENT WAVING AMERICAN CURL CUT MONTB WINTER. SARETA SALONfci. LIMITED. Smith and Caughey's Building Phone JO-849 3 SA KS ■ SAKS SAKS. KARANGAHAPE ROAD, TOP QPEEN STREET. HALF PRICE SALE. Kneciallv priced All-wool Coats —fitting and box styles. All sizes. £5 19/6 to £10 10/. Garden Gay Cotton House Frocks. Three styles, SSW to W.S. 24/6. Also in W.X., O.S.- 25/11. Pastel' Shirtmaker Afternoon Frocks in English Crepes Tailor trim. S.S.W. to W.X. 87/6. Rose, Green, Grey Blue. O.S. 91/9. 23 SUFFERERS OF ALL COMPLAINTS. PLEASE DO NO'I ADDRESS ME AS DOCTOR. f am not a doctor, but an Indian Hakim, which i,ea"s Healer, and .« ? title for the Eastern Medical Men whi prescribe and make their own HP?hal Medicines. In Eastern sense, without applying any patent drug medicine or operation. HAKIM MUHAMMAD ALJ (Well Known M A. Sunml). 91. Khyber Pass. Gralton. Auckland. Phone_4o-025 S CLUB NOTICES CORNISH CLUB —Social on Monday, 23/7/45, Sunday School Union Bldg., near Town Hall, at 7.45, pm.; all welcome; gents 1,6, ladies 1/ and plate. x2l THE SCANDINAVIAN CLUB will hold a SOCIAL AND DANCE in the Usual Rooms. 3 Queen Street, THURSDAY, JULY 26, at 8 p.m. All Scandinavians and Friends Welcome. 21 INVENTORS' CLUB — INVENTORS' CLUB Buckland Building, 34, Customs St. East. GENERAL MEETING will be held on THURSDAY, JULY 26, commencing at 8 p.m. In addition to several Short Talks, an Official R.A.B. Film will be screened, with a commentary by Capt. K. Cuff. All visitors and friends welcome. Supper provided. 21 PARTNERSHIPS, FINANCIAL, ETC. COMPANY, newly formed, requires more Capital for further developments; limited number of shares available.—Write B.G. n497. Star. 26 RARE opportunity for investor in new concern.— For particulars write P.O. Box 197. Auckland. 26 WANTED, £190; good security: ex-soldier.—R. 6291, _ STAR. 21 Flits'! MORTGAGE MONEY.—Norwich Union lite Insurance Society (inc. In Eng.»—HAS MONEY TO LEND ON IST MORTGAGE. amounts £500 and Upwards. Lowest Current Interest Rates. For information apply AUCKLAND OFFICE Soutn Bntisn Building. Shortiana Si S \ £ W M A R K E 1 FINANCE CO.. Above smith ana Caugheys. • Newmaruet We are daily Advising and Assisting intending auyers and Sellers. Partners, etc. If you are in need ol Sound Business Advice, call on ufirst 8 • FOR HIRE BOTTLE JACKS, Timber Jacks, Extension Ladders. Sam Fanshziwe St. 44-708. U FANCY COSTUMES." Evening "Frocks, Bridal Gowns Veils, Evening and Serge Suits. Catalogue 2d —Deslree. 310, Dilworth Bldg. 42-491. U RENTAL CARS, late models and sizes.—ll. Nugent St.. Khyber Pass. Phone 48-541. ; U FOR MEN •h rtSONALITY PORTRAITS —Prompt service. ■" b r.is. i y flnisheJ pho.os i". o e week.— il, Hellaby's Li.;., opp. C.P.0., C,ucsn St. t
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
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