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WANTED TO SELL all-purpose Electric Hot plate. £3 17/6; Hotpoint Iron, 35/; Heater, 30/; Portable A.C. Radio, £ 19.—2, Taylors Rd.. Morningside; x2_4 j AUCKLAND FURNISHING CO. for Exclusive | Furniture, cash or terms; Bedroom Suites, from I £26 15/: Dining Suites, from £26 17/6.—Cnr. I Karangahape Rd. and Queen St., next McCabe's ; Radios. ~ 30 j BARBER'S CLIPPERS, 2 pairs, good order; offers. I Write B.G. 0587, STAB. _24 j BED, Three-quarter, Rimu, Wire Mattress good: i £3 10/.—30, Harbutt Av.. Mt. Albgrt. x 24 BICYCLE, gent's, good order, tyres almost new.— 14. Norfolk St.. Ponsonby. 25 10'. —Appjy 1274.' Dominion Rd. Terminus. 24 UICVCLES (2), men's, excellent tyres. £.'! and £8. 52. Ranfurly Rd., Epsom. ?4 BICYCLES and Accessories, reasonably priced for cash. —Merson's Cycle Store, Symonds St. Safety Zone. TW BILLIARD TABLE, Mah Jong Set; Facial Vibrator, A.C; Wooden Shutters (5). new.—Phone 20-8',3. _?* ULANKETS. Feltex, Wire Mattresses available to home and ex-servicemen.—Phone 61-774. Abbey Furnishers. 424. Mt. Eden Rd. x3l BLINDS—22 Window Blinds. Stt—lgs, rrllled. State House size.—27,_Lingarth_St I! _Remuera. 24 BUTTON~SEWING _ MACHINE, Singer type; 69/6; good order.—Woolcraft, Custom St. West. 24 CAMPING GEAR = B~x~(T Tent, umbrella shape, Le-Roy, best quality; Folding Table, Lilo, Stools etc.—B2. Newton ltd. \ * 24 CANTEEN CUTLERY, Viners, super, carvers and 6 of everything, £30.—Write Perfect, 7168, Star. CARPET SWEEPER, Ewbank, in perfect conditjen —Write B.G. 0592. Star. CARPETS. Axminster and Wilton, various sizes ; and colours, condition as new.—l, Queen Mary Av.. Epsom, opp. Tram Depot. x «-4 CHAIRS (2), wicker Armchairs, good condition, cheap.—Phone 61-334. l__ x ?l CHILD'S COT, good condition. —119 a, Gt. South Rd.. near Market Rd. 2 * CHILD'S RAINCOATS. Girls' Clothing, age 13: Fur Coat, women's.—Phone 20-843. x 24 CHILDREN'S CLOTHES! Ross Mynes wonderful mutliple pattern cuts all garments, boys, girls, 2-12 years.—WMtcombe and Tombs. RD4 CHINA £8 19/G; Glory Boxes, £3 19/6; Tallboys, £5 19/6; Gent's 'Robes, £9 17/6; Dressing Tables, £6 19/6; Pillows, 6/11; All-wool Mattresses £4 19/6.—Auckland Furnishing Co., cnr Karangahape Rd. and Queen St, next McCabe's Radios. ____ 3 9 | CLOTHES LINES, revolving, steel pole .tnd spindle, j erected in conca-ete. complete, CLOTHES LINEST revolvTrTiTgalvanised steel pole qu£i« P =a£nce'a«' gigAfSSffi j 1^ ,1 COLI EGE SHORTS boys' navy serge, sizes 7 to 15.—Room 6. National Chambers, Swanson St. 24 COTS bropside panel ends; £3 15/.— Young, 1. Osborne St. Newmarket (behind Bank N.Z.). x 26 j CRYSTAL SALAD BOWL, new, hand cut. £5.— Phone 64-990. S? CLOTHES DRIERS, Revolving. 160 ft wire, painted; £4 15/.—Phene 60-453. ___£- CLOTHES, ladies' and gents, for Sale; all clean.— Apply 15, York St.. Parnell. f_ CLOTHES LINES revolving "eel spindle. "Tedpainted, erected In concrete. £6 10/.—Godkln. 6. Esplanade Rd.. Mt. Eden. Ph. 60-255. D CONCRETE SLABS, about 300 sq ft.—Write T. 7081, STAB.. ■" DIAMOND RlNGS—Exclusive styles, priced from £20: limited stocks of imported Crystal and China on view.—Christie's. St. Kevin's Arcade. D DOUBLE BED and Wire, reasonable.—Apply 103, Wellesley St. West. , £? DRESS SUIT, small men's, new, rrst material.— Ring 36-196. - . £* ENGLISH TAFFETA, non-split, 25yds, 35in wide, cyclamen pink shot with blue; suitab e bridesmaids' frocks, bedspreads, curtains; will cut if required; 10/ yard, no coupons.—9, Mary St., Mt. Eden (back Flat), evenings. il ENSEMBLE, fawn, s.w.; Overcoat, Vest, Skirt; beautiful material, almost new; £5.— pnone 61-145. -~ ••FAMILY MEDICAL BOOK," with special handbook on sex instruction for young, 800 illus., 1200 pages; 600 tried and tested remedies for all comolalntsV invaluable in home Monthly subscription.—Write Health Assn.. 7150, 24 FIREWOOD—Pine Blocks, dry, 5 bags for £1. Phone 54-227 (evenings). __• i IREWOOD. tea-tree blocks, dry. first class: immediate delivery.—Phone 26-977. j>4 ?/ I^r?rVt e Vel^y dr Iph £ one 14 80-sl^!Lil FIREWOOD-Splendld line Dry Pine ?,'^ 7 S: n4 5/ a ton, c.0.d.. whfle It lasts.—Phone 42-777. D 4 FIREWOOD—MiII Wood, long lengths, for better value-2 tons £2, «4 tons £4; dellvered.-Phone 26-671. ; . FIREWOOD—Tea-tree Blocks, mountain-grown; 3 guineas for 12 bags; prompt delfvery.-Bedford Phone 20-753. . *■? i'IBEWOOD. stove lengths, dry Pine, £2 8/; Wattle, £3; Tea-tree, £3 5/; In W-bag lots. immediate delivery.-Cowlishaw and MacDougal. Phone 36M. Kumeu. is? FUR CAPE, dark brown squirrel, good condition reasonable.—Write T. 7056, STAB. 24 FUR COAT, Feschaniki. w.x., splendid condition; £35.-3. Bright St.. Eden Terrace. 24 FUR FOX; Peschaniki Cape; cheap. — 264 Dominion Rd. . — ~ FUR JACKET, lovely American skunk, opossum: model.—6l-264. _JS ** GALVANISED INCINERATORS, reasonable.—la, Troonville Ave.. Sandrlngham. . GENT'S 'ROBES, built solid heart rimu. hand polished- in walnut shade, best value In Auckland. Young 1. Osborne St., Newmarket (behind Bank N.Z.). ■ SSf GLORY BOXES, polished walnut shades-Young. 1 Osborne St.. Newmarket (behind Bank ot N.z.). • :—?i 26 HEARING AIDS (2), in perfect order ™i^" s Western Electric and Sanatone; complete, reasonable offer accepted.-See Mr. Donnelly. Colonial Ammunition Co.. Mt. Eden. _f MWNMOWEE, good condition, good cutter; £5 67. Kurahaupo St.. Orakel, or Ring 19-636 (between 12 and 12.30). ?* LEARN DRESSMAKING at home with Boss Hynes complete course, the Home Dressmaker. *>nly ls/^— Whitcombe and Tombs. _s__ LINOLEUM, Inlaid. 2 lengths, green, both excellent condition.—l, Queen mary Av., Epsom, opp. Tram Depot. 3"* rvXrr ivfTsiT'vn ctttxe very modern; Electric &Ue N^lish OTT g E o»d ojder; jingle Kapok Mattress.—23B, Dominion Rd., corner Valley FM. Phone 60-568. ■ *" OFFICE DESKS-For a Superior Desk at a Reasonable Price, see Lelghtons. Ltd.. High St. B4 PoTO^R^ 8 64&°- to _&-§ s^^_________l_Si-____fi feEFRIGERATOR, large household model, 1 1 cubic i!&?£X2* t &-%&2&Z ' £iao - HO °^ r 4 RIFLE, .303, good order, aperture sight; £10.— Write B.G. 0586, Stab. —_i RUBY NORTH, LTD. (Late Saks), Karangahape T3rf w -5T and O S Brown, Wine and Black All mL« SS.W.. S.W. and W.S., price 31/6. 25 SEWING MACHINE treadle, long shuttle; good order; £20. —Apply 2. McLean St.. Mt. Aiaert. -i 9 SINGER Sewing Machine. K66, ""Jjga,* 1 " 1 , best offers. — 59. Cardwell St Onehunga. ___? SINGLE BEDS, with good quality wire wove constructed of solid tiraber and polished to any shade required; £6 17/6.-Apply Factory. 21 George Street, Newmarket (up from Blind Institute). . _S5 SOIL, good quality, free stones, weeds; !5/. de-livered.—Ring_62-40.e J 24 SPORTS TROUSERS to order, private.—?h. 24-342 National Chambers, Bwanaon St. 24 SUITS (2), lady's, and Bridesmaids' and Evening Frocks; women's—Write T. 5639, Star. 25 SUIT, Lynx, man's fitting, -dark green, good condition.—Phone 16-314. * 24 SUITS Tailored to order. In fancy English worsted Room 6. National Chambers, Swanson St. 24 FOB SALE CONTENTS OF HOUSE, 58A, TAYLORS ROAD. MT. ALBERT. Oak Dining Suite, 6 pieces; Genoa Velvet Chesterfield Suite; Rimu Bedroom Suite, 4 pieces: Oak Tea Wagon; Lino., 8 yds; Carpet, 15ft x 10ft 6in; 4 Dining Chairs, leather sents; Cabinet Wireless, Courief: Hearthrugs; Acme Wringer; Electric Iron and Heater; Sundries. APPLY ITO 8 P.M. j 24 "SUPREMAC X>" THE NEW AND FASCINATING WAR GAME. Plav-d with aeroplanes tanks, forts, battleships. £uns, etc: A ne?CT-endlng delight for the whole family. "Supremacy" can be played by two to seven players. Obtainable at— WHITCOMBE & TOMBS, LTD., And All Booksellers. H.TS SHAMROCK UNEN CO., LTD.. sth Floor. Colonial Mutual Building The largest range In the Dominion of Table Cloths Naps to match In beautiful pastel shaded flours. Hand painted. Ecru and Ivory Sets, all sizes. PURE LINEN Double Damasks. SHEETS of Linen Finish or Twill, all sizes, from 90in to 54in by 2 3 , i yards long. BEDSPREADS, with lace over satin finish, all colours. Everything for your Trousseau at the SHAMROCK LINEN CO.. LTD.. sth Floor. Colonial Mutual Building. Ring 40-731 for appointment. Mail orders promptly attended to. Terms or cash. D 4

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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