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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
PERSONAL . ATTENTION—Ex-pupils who intend joining the I Northcote Ex-pupils' Association are asked to I J con act t e Sec.etar.%, . rinces .. CAN Anyone advise where to buy Red Sox for i Fraser Ta:tan Costume, size 4 shoe?—S. 6593, ; ! Star. _ 21 I ! HELP " WANT"ed — urgenTly~o~assTst two genuine i I needy cases: One Gent.'s Sui\ size 6, and one Suit. size 4.—Auckland Provincial Comforts Association. ■ 32, Campbell's Bldg.. Vulcan Lane. 21 i<. INGER, "Hilly Billy"—Phone 44-398.—Brown. x2l KIND PERSON Wan'ed" to "Board Baby Boy. 2 months' old.—S. 6731. Star. 2 _l LADY, travelling ' England, would take charge of children.— S. 6633, Star. 21 M. 9872 and S. 9878.—When you advertise re Writers please answer replies.—Sellers. 21 NELLY.—Have I oflended you? Have you forgotten i me? No letter from you yet. Trust I will hear I soon. Love and best wishes.—Bert. 21 j ORDNANCE, MIDDLE EAST.—Contact me about a Reunion.—R.W.W. 21 : RUTH.'—Wrote" Teddy. Contact Aussie.—S. 6427. Star. 21 S.K.C.—Say day. time, coming my way; library stop; personal interview; hop off. I am not fooling: sick.—R.D.S. £21 URGENT REQUEST.—We - are in Urgent Need of Six Sets of Earphones for Hospital Inmates. Can you please help us?— Auckland Provincial Comforts Association. Phone 44-376. 32. Campbell's Bldgs., Vulcan Lane. 21 WE publicly deny giving Information to Police or Detectives concerning person in Day Street in recent Court proceedings.—C. E. Hinton. R. D. McC-"-ihy. _x 23 WILL Anyone knowing the whereabouts of the Silver Watch belonging to the late Enginedriver C. C. Storey, please Ring 65-290. as it is_of great sentime'ntal value to wife. x2l WOULD Lady who rang 51-100 re lost Bracelet please ring again. 21 YOU "know "that's "moire" than I~~do.—Sincere. x2l ■—■ B SDR. SRC—Cont. S. or M. 7.30 my Rd. Cr.— , TK. X2l IIUNTLY DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL OLD PUPILS , ASSOCIATION. Would all Ex-pupils ol the above High School Ury. Would next-of-kin forward Service personSecretary (Miss O. Shaw). 261. Great South Road. ■ :21 Huntly. ', HOME FOR AGED PEOPLE. Did you read the report published recently of the fact that there are many Aged People who are only in receipt of 32 6 per ween, and have to pay from 15/ to 17/6 per week room rent? This leaves them with a balance of 15' per week with which to feed and clothe themselves, leaving nothing for firing and other bare necessities. If you are in real sympathy with and interested in improving living conditions of Aged People support our appeal for funds to build an Aged People's Home, in which they will have a decent home, and still a balance left with which to buy the everyday amenities of life. We have the property and now appeal to you to donate the cash with which to build this home. Send vo-.:.-dona'ions in cash, cheques or War Bonds, to Miss L. Moore. Secretary. Auckland Provincial Comforts Associrtion. P.O. Box 1402. or call at our office. 32. Campbell's Building. Vulcan Lane. 21 WOULD any person able to give information concerning any of the persons mentioned belcw pleas,e communicate with Manager. Box 35, Auckland: — Blanche M. Boyd. formerly of 21, Park Ave.; last heard of. 1920. Catherine Macdonald Boyd. formerly of 31. Park Ave.: last heard of. 1920. Lydia N. Fraser. formerly of Mt. Eden; last heard of. 1920. Edwin Haddock, formerly ol Station Rd.. Papatoetoe: last heard of, 1920. « William Haddock, formerly of Station Rd.. Papatoetoe: Irst heard of. 1920. W. Floyd Harrop. forme ly of Shortland St.. City. last heard of. 1920. Henry John Nicholas, formerly of c.'o Mrs. Tyer. Hairini. R.D.: last heard of, 1920. Rhoda Florence- Nicholas, formerly ol c/o Mrs. Tyer, Hairini, R.D.; last hea-.d of, 1920. Samuel Shuttleworth, formerly of Halls Ave., Remueva: last heard of. 1920. Js lie Shuttleworth. formerly of Halls Ave., Remuera: last heard of, 1920. Jessie McClotchie Mclntosh. formerly .of Halls Ave.. Rf.muera; last heard of, 1920. Benjamin Baxter Welsh, lo merly of 15. Dur.edin St., Ponsonby; last heard of. 1920. Jennie Welsh, formerly of 15. Dunedin St.. Ponsonby: last heard of. 1920. 21 BUSINESS PERSONALS DETECTIVE —Smith's Private Agtncy. Consult experts.—Phone (office hours). 27 DETECTIVES — Australasian Prltate Detective Agency. Confidential inquiries; lateet equipment: results guaranteed.—Phone 62-881. 23 DOCTOR'S MEDICINE, always fresh and dependable at Blyth Harper's. Chemist. 127. Kaiangahape Rd. HS EMBARRASSING Superfluous Hairs and Moles Removed by Electrolysis.—Christine Hackett. 26. Power Board Building. Queen St. 48-706. S FOR DANDRUFF, Septic finger Nails. Affections oi the Skin.-Bales Pharmacies. Ltd.. Karangahape Rd.. Auckland M ° HEARING TEST FREE—Latest Scientific Aids Available. Phone 41-500 for appointment.—British Hearing Aids (N.Z.), Ltd., 171._g_ueen St. HS HEARING AIDS. World-renowned Western Electric. Two models with variable tone discriminator. Liberal guarantee. Terms arranged.—Charles Begg and Co.. Ltd.. 112. Queen St. 21 PHYSIO" THERAPISTS. Ultra-Violet with Infra Red Roy Combination Lamp; professional size just landed from U.S.A.—Charles Begg and Co., Ltd.. 112. Queen St. 21 SHORT-WAVE DIATHERMY, for Rheumatism. Neuritis. Sinoritis. Chilblains, etc.—Ultra Ray Clinic, 38, Vulcan Bldg., phone 42-425. _ 21 SKIN, Scalp Specialists—New Ray Clinic. 31. Shortland St. Britisn. American and Continental methods. Principal. J. M. George. S.R.N.. 44-178. TS ANEXOL, THE NEW WORLD DISCOVERY. Exclusive to Maurice's Improved Ointments. A new powerful creation for Piles, Varicose Ulcers. Septic Sores. Chilblains. Skin Affections, etc. 2 Per Pot. Manufactu er: W. S. P. MAURICE. 30. Commercial Rd.. Grey Lynn, Auckland. x2l
DR. B. FRIEDLANDER, DENTAL SURGEON, SAFE DEPOSIT BUILDING. VULCAN LANE. Phone 44-695. 45-344. By Appointment. OTAHUHU SURGERIES. Phone 168 S. B DENTAL SURGERIES W. E. SCOTT, A.M.P. Building, Victoria Street East. Phones — City (Immediate appointments) 45-168 Avondale Branch 88-766 Mount Albert Surgery (after hours) 36-193 B DENTIST E. DAVIES, LTD.. DENTAL SURGEONS, Winstone Building. Queen Street, AucKland (Opposite Woolworths). Hours: Mon. to Fri.. 9 to 5.30. Sat., 9 to 12. Phone 45-258. N R E A Y C \ M P B E L L, MILLINER, 85, QUEEN STREET, Announces that she is Giving Up Business and wishes to thank her many and valued clients for their past patronage and asks that all lay-bys and customers' hats be called for before August All Remaining Stocks Drastically Reduced in order to finish by above date. 21 HOWES WALKER. DENTISTS, Corner opposite John Court, Ltd., 209. QUEEN STREET. K BALFOUR. IRVINE AND WEBSTER. LTD., QUALIFIED OPTICIANS. Phone 110. QUEEN STREET 48-111 100. KARANGAHAipE ROAD 45-009 24, VICTORIA STREET. HAMILTON .. 3141 BANK STREET, WHANGAREI 2416 K DENTIST DAVIES DENTIST DAVIES IS IN PRACTICE AT ST. HELIER'S BAY ONLY. Surgeries on Waterfront at Bus Terminal. PHONE 50-617 (nnt listed). MS HEARING IMPROVED FOB THOUSANDS. Latest scientific advance in British Hearings Aids enables Hard oi Hearing to resume normal life again. Strain and shouting eliminated. Delay in seeking a remedy may impair speech as well as hearing. Arrange Now for a Consultation. Stocks of Batteries Always Available. BRITISH HEARING AIDS (N.Z.). LTD., His Majesty's Arcade, 171, Queen Street. Auckland. Phone 41-500. 21 H. W. FROST, LIMITED, SURGEON DENTIST. JELLICOE CHAMBERS. Corner Queen and Wyndham Streets. PHONE 43-232. Hours— MONDAY to THURSDAY 9 to 5 FRIDAY 9 to 6 SATURDAY 8.30 to 12 K KLEXEMA SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS. Fourth Floor, DINGWALL BUILDING, QUEEN STREET. Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis, Seborrhoea. Baldness, Alopecia, Baby Eczema Successfully Treated. Also Facial Treatment. Phone 41-374. Hours: 9am to 5.30 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p,.m. And tfcj NATIONAL BANK BLDG.. HAMILTON Phone 1611. KLEXEMA (N.Z.). LIMITED. K
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
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