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LOST AND FOUND AIR FORCE CAP, Queen St., Silver Grill, Saturday night.—Write M. 70(53. Star. ALBERTLAND "GAZETTE, 1364, several copies, Tt." Albert or Avondale; reward. —Please Phone 36-312. 23 ANYBODY knowing whereabouts of Royal Enfield Motor Cycle, regd. No. 29411. engine No. 824112. please communicate nearest Police Station: rrwnrd.—M. 6900. Star. 25 ATI'A CHE CASE, Brown Leather, initials H.J.C., •left last Friday afternoon in Forsythe's Tearooms, next Auckland Hotel.—Finder please Rin«r 43-361. « x 23 BADGE, R.S.A., 12-3948. about July 7~ Helensville. Re*urn Western Suburbs R.S.A. _ x 23 BADGE, R.S.A., Number 16706. Symonds Street, Saturday night; reward. —Return R.S.A., Auckx 23 BRACELET, silver, filigree, engraved "Grace," Civic Wintergrrdens. Saturday night; reward. — Phong 43-353 business hours. x 23 BROOCH, Kookaburra. Saturday night, between Tudor Theatre p.nd Newmarket, keepsake from p:n friend to little girl; rewrjPl.—Ring 49-5*3 (business hours). x 23 BROOCH, blue green butterfly, Sunday, between Walton St., Victoria Av. and Newmarket Hotel. Reward.—Ph. 20-406/ x 23 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.; prood reward.—Ring 45-327. x 24 CAP and Badge. Air Force, telephone C.P.0., Sunday.—Phone £0-145. ' x 23 DARK GLASSES, folded, small case. Saturday night, between Domain St. and Victoria Theatre. Dcvoni-ort; reward.—Phone 71-603. x 23 DINGHY, grey, red lead bottom and inside, from Rocky Bay, about 3 week.—Phone 16-371. __ x 23 DINGHY, grey, from Rocky Bay. about 3 weeks; red lead bottom and i:slcle.—Phone 16-371. x 23 iooTB:*LL JERSEY, Grammar, Saturday. Pt. Chevalier. Onehung"; reward. —Finder please return White, 65._Hin St., Onehunga. x 23 I»UB CAP ofi' Hiliman IoT vicinity Griffiths' Nursery, Owens Rd.; reward.—Please Ring or leave a t Ranfurl.v Butchery. 25 GLASSES, Horn-rimmed, Tuesday morning, between Kensington Av.. Balmoral, and City.—Phone 62-616. 23 GLOVE, brown, fur-lined, Balmoral, Saturday: reward. —Ring 62-179. x 23 GOLD LOCKET and Chain, between Devonport and Ponsonby, Sunday; reward. —Finder please Phone 40-810 (9 to 5). x 23 HANDBAG, brown leather and suede, containing considerable amount money: reward.—Phone 50-233. 23 HANDBAG, black, containing sum of money, ration books, driver's and A.A. license, bank book, keys, vicinity Avondale Picture Theatre or Walsall St., Saturday night; liberal reward. —58, Robertson Rd., Avondale. ?>23 HUB CA P, Ford V 8; reward .—Ring 49-054. * x 23 HUB CAP,. Morris 14, Thursday.—L. D. Nathan. Fort St., Auckland. ■ ; LOCKET and Chain, gold, engraved, initialled L..T., between Morningside and Zealandia Hall, Balmoral, Thursday evening; keepsake; reward. Ring 40-775 from 9 till' 5. x 23 LOCKING PETROL TANK CAP, between Mt. Eden Rd. and Pt. Chevalier.—Phone 61-558. x 23 PEARL BROOCH, large; keepsake; reward. —14, Ariki__ St., Grey_ Lynn. 23 PULLOVER, part of new twin set, woman's, gold, vicinity Calliope Road. Bond and Summer Sts.. Saturday afternoon. —Ph. 70-219. _x 23 PURSE, small, black leather, containing notes, Friday; reward.—M. 7042, Star. x 23 SHOES, Pair Lady's, black; reward.—Bß, Great North Road. Grey Lynn. x 23 TEDDY BEAR, lost off pram, Saturday, between Princes St. and Domain Drive; reward. —Edwards, Phone 32-032 (9 to 5), or Write M. _6884 L Star. 23 TRUCK COVER, Pt. Chevalier, this morning reward.—Phone 81-606. 23 UMBRELLA, Lady's, tram. Victoria Av.," 1 p.m. SaNirrlay: r«-wnrd.—Fhone 32-400 (daytime). x 22 UMBRELLA, brown, floral border, amber handle, Friday, vicinity Karangahnpe Rd. or Ponsonbv tram; reward.—Phone 62-603. 23 WALLET, soldier's. Pay Book, etc., Saturday evening, Queen St. —Finder keep money. Please post same to address inside. x 23 WALLET, pocket. Saturday, between top Khyber Pass and Wellesley St. East, containing money and Army papers; reward. —Phone 42-772 between 9 and 5. x 23 WALLET, containing discharge papers, money, etc., in Central Hotel or vicinity, Saturday; reward.—Would finder please return to address Inside. x 23 WATCH, Lady's Gold Wristlet, treasured gift from brother overseas; good reward. — Please Phone 48-519. 23 WATCH. Lady's Wristlet, between City and Orewa St., Birkenhead, midnight Saturday.—Ring 18-488. x 23 WATCH, gold wristlet strap, Takapuna bus, Dovonport ferry, Mt. Eden tram and busin e ss centre, Sunday; reward.—Phone Andrew, 62-329. • x 23 WOULD Gentleman who removed Lady's Suitcase marked A.H. from bus meeting 7.45 a.m. ferry, Bayswater, July 11, please return Transport Dep. immediately or action will be taken. 23 • £5 NOTE, Saturday; reward.—Phone 26-526. x 23 STRAYED AND IMPOUNDED CAT, ginger, half-grown, white chest and paws, strayed three weeks ago from New North Road. Mount Albert; reward.—Please phone 35-1 x 23 STRAYED, Fox Terrier, smftlf, black and tan face; regd.; reward.—Phone Frankham. 50-637. x 23 STRAYED. Dog, White Samoyed (Husky), vicinity Mission Bay, name "Yugor;" reward. —Kirk Motors. Ltd. Ph. 43-730 or 17-567. x 23 STRAYED, Small Black Cat, t'ip of tail and feet white, from 42, Islington St., Ponsonbv; reward. Write M. 7038, Star. >;23 STRAYED, Grey Persian Kitten, taken from 12. Crummer Road; reward offered for information leading to return of same. x 23 • MATRIMONIAL A VERY LONELY WIDOWED LADY, of middleage, refined, musical, is desirous of introduction to a Home-loving Gentleman, business or tradesman, who would appreciate home and matrimony.— Introduction arranged by Miss Stainton, Box 1351, Auckland. References required. 23 RETURNED SERVICEMEN - and Young Ladies ! 1 desiring Confidential Introductions through my 1 discreet organisation write me; I will be pleased to help you find your references requlred.—Miss Stainton, Box 1351, Auckland. 23 , 17. REW'S CHAMBERS (opp. C.P.O.)— Gerard's ! Matrimonial Correspondence Club Interviews free. L MATRIMONIAL OPPORTUNITIES. 1 THE I CATHERINE WALLIS CORRESPONDENCE CLUB ] Has Members in all parts of N.Z. There is a' i suitable contact for you Confidences respected, i Fees moderate. t BOX 81W, AUCKLAND. 23 j ABSOLUTELY CONFIDENTIAL. ' MISS STAINTON'S INTRODUCTION SERVICE, 1 BOX 1351, AUCKLAND. . , My Service In this capacity is devoted to the interest of Lonely People, young and aged, rich j or poor, who have little opportunity of meeting t their ideals in their everyday walk of life! I take an individual Interest in each request. All correspondence under plain seal. My fee is £2 2/ in advance until suited. Reference required. 23 " APARTMENTS VACANT 1 J "ARM!DALE" —Sciect Rooms, with tray, 2 mins £ City. Casuals.--13. Symonds Street Ph 45-184. A 4 j BED SITTING ROOM, large, furnished: phone; r quiet business lady.—l7s, Khyber Pass. x 23 c BED SITTING ROOM, furn., use" of cqnvs."; i supply own bed linen; Parnell district; suit i jnsiness ?miy; refs. required.—M. 6864, Star. 23 r BED SITTING ROOM, unfurnished. Epsom; elderly i lady, quiet.—Phone 64-019, between hours r and 9 p.m. x 23 C ??OOM, tray, suitable two business men.—l. ( Partlon Gore Rd., Grafton. x 23 f ROOM, Single, service girl or woman; cheip for 9 lompany. —Apply 499, Manukau Rd., Epsom. x 23 S APARTMENTS WANTED g APARTMENT or Flat, furnished, quiet business :ouple, civil servant. —Phone 44-988 (after 5). 25 - r LAT, 2 or 3-roomed, with k'ette, City.—M. 6939. Star. x 23 g rLAT or Double Bed Sitting Room, by Air Force Officer (returned) and wife, urgently.—H. 5963. - Star. 27 ■TAT, furnished, or Rooms and k'ette; own linen E inri crockery; father and daughter, at business.— v Vrlte M. Star. x 23 - r LAT, Rooms, or Part House, unfurn., 2 bed- S ooms, porch if possible: cooking convs.; clean. J uiet; urgent.—M. 6914, Star, x 23 * XAT or Unfurnished Rooms wanted by Soldier, — irtfe and boy 7; 2 oi 3 months' rent in advance; 1 irgent.—M. 6887, Star. 23 'LAT, unfurn., s.c., or 1 Large Room, k'ette. - andy top Symonds St.; quiet people.—Write B.G. " 577, Star. $ x 23 v ' lOUSE or Flat, 2 bedrooms, garden, returned S oldier, good position and references.—Write F. i f 235, Star. : x 23 ** ;OOM, furn. or unfurn., by working girl, handy 3 City.—M. 6945, Star. x 23 •OOMS (2). Kitchenette, convs., s.c., MorningIde. Mt. Albert: Returned Soldier. —M. 686 R. — TAR. 23 w HOLIDAY ACCOM. VACANT CCOM., Queenscliff Hotel. 1. Scotia Place. Queen t. Bed and Breakfast.—'Phone 44-184. D 4 RUNDEL HOTEL, Waterloo Quadrant. Auckland. _ i now taking ■ bookings for Casual Guests. Room nd Breakfast only.—Phone 48-150. D 4 _ SHLEIGH, 44, Carlton Gore* Rd., Grafton —Bed A nd Breakfast Tray.—Phone_4B-054. 4 ki [OTEL GLENALVON, Waterloo Quad., Ist class; 3 G tin, walk Station or City.—Phs. 40-678. 42-214. D 4 j5 EIGH —Jolly Fisherman Guest House, situated i beach, large lounge, open fire, games room: _ vjic *now August school holidays and summer B ■ason; fully booked Christmas-New Year—Phone d( ML, Leigh. Ix 4 F UNETANGI PRIVATE HOTEL for Your Winter G acation; log fires, amusement hall, indoor bowls. 2 c hone 3K or write for reservation. D 4 — OTORUA— Wallingford Flats, superior, fully fur- S1 ished. heated.—Phone 780. ; MS - ENTNOR. Devonport. delightfully situated on B tie North Shore. 5 min. ferry: casual accom.— p hone 70-466. E5 ~ HOLIIMY ACCOM. WANTED S CCOMMCDATION wanted for Ccuple and Aiult an. from September.—Write M. 6936. Star. x 23 lACH at seaside for 2 or 3 weeks Xmas or Iter: particulars.—P.M.. 6870. Star. 23 _ FOR MEN _ EBVICE ■ FOE THE SERVICES. A SPECIAL SERVICE TO ALL IN UNIFORM STEELE PHOTOGRAPHY. 322, Queen Street (opp. Amusement Park).. PHONE 43-370. V 3t

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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