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PERSONAL B.B.—Are you Joe D., from Wellington?—P.P. x 25 P.P.—Yes" Call ~C.P.Oletter r"e~job.— B.B. x 25 GEORGE—Missed you ~ Saturday; woified. — Yvonne. x 25 GIRL, 19, would like meet Girl, outings, pictures, dances, ctc. —W. 7324. Star. J25 GIRLS' LIFE BRlGADE—Officers and Senior Girls willing to assist Garment Collection, Saturday morning, please contact Pominion Office. — P. Earle, Commissioner. 25 HAD it been anyone else I would not have gone to so much trouble; you h?ve killed everything, thank yourself; I am through with you for gooi and aIL x 25 I WISH to Thank the person for returning Handbag to Avondale Post Officc, but might have left the £12 that was in it.—A Soldier's Working Widow. x 25 J —MUST see you, urgent.—P. x 25 JACK EVANS—Phone 18-232, re psperirg.—Bros. 25 LADY (50), widow, lonely, would like the friendship of another Lady, outings, etc. —Write W. 7245, Star. 25 MONARCH BUTTERFLY—Hope better row*, if sincere will keep date.—Black Moth. 25 MRS. LUCY WILSON, late Christchurch, write Mrs. Taylor, visiting Auckland. —W. 7285. Star. 25 NELLY—Wire received too late to be of service. Will be there to-night at 8.45 p.m Love and best wishes.—Bert. x 25 R D.S. —I dcn't know where ycu are; just as well, maybe; I mind my own affairs, alwavs have, to my knowledge. x 25 R.D.S. —I sent 3 letters C.P.0.. parcel, you ignored them; last letter told you when and where, had to collect it myself;' thanks for fooling me.x 25 WILL Person who collected Lawnmower on 24th' instant from 22. Tuwera Road, please return this week. x 25. WILL J. P. William l ?, "late Whitford. Te Hoe. please fcommunicatc S. Armstrong, 70, Sackvil' 0 St.. Grey Lynn. >:25 238. S.R.C. R.D.S. —Coming to your shop 25th, 7.30 p.m.—S. x 25 TO ALL HOLDERS OF WAR BONDS. If you are short of ready cash through investment in War Bonds and Liberty Bonds, and feel that you would like to make a donation towards our appeal to raise funds for the establishing of an Aged People's Home, here is a wonderful opportunity for your purchase of War Bonds to serve a double purpose. By your purchase of same you have already served one purpose, and now we invite you to put your j War Bonds to further use by donating them towards our campaign, and thus help to alleviate the hardships of many Aged People. All donations gratefully received and acknowledged. Send them to

MISS L. MOORE. Secretary, Auckland Provincial Comforts Assn., P.O. BOX 1402, Or Call at our Offices, 32, CAMPBELL'S BLDG., VULCAN LANE. X 25 / BUSINESS PERSONALS ANEXOL, for Skin Affections. Piles. Varicose Ulcers, 2/, 3d postage.—Manufacturer, W. S. P. Maurice, 30, Commercial Rd., Grey Lynn, Auc^cland. 25 DETECTIVE—Smiths Private Agency. Consult experts.—Phone 41-318 (office hours). _ 27 DETECTIVES "Australasian Private Detective Agency. Confidential inquiries; latest equipment: results guaranteed.—Phone 62-881. __28 RUBY NORTH, LIMITED (late Saks). Karangahape Ro2d. Outstanding Reductions in All-wool Suits: gold. blue, tan.-navy; usual price £8 8 . price. 79 '6. 100 SEWING MACHINES wanted, lo £30 electric, £25 treadle.— Faraday's. Phone 43-652. x2B KEENS' BEACTI PAR LO CBS, 18. STRAND ARCADE. Specialise Id MACDONALD STEAM WAVING EUGENE WAVING WELLA STEAM AND OIL MACHINELESS. Phone 40-155 tor Appointment. WS4 ACCOM. VACANT ACCOM., Queensclifl Hotel, 1. Scotia Place. Queen St. Bed and Breaklast.—Phone 44-134. D 4 ARUNDEL HOTEL, Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland, Is now taking bookings for Casual Guests. Room and Breaklast only.—Phone 48-150. D 4 ASHLEIGH, 44, Carlton Gore Rd., Grafton—Bed and Breakfast Tray.—Phone 48-054. 4

BROWN'S BAY—Bach, electric, near beach, school holidays.—W. 7345, Star. 25 ENNORE, 100, Symonds St. —Bed and breakfast. double rooms. —Phone 42-215. *26 GXAXUK VUE. 3. Princes St.. bciOW Grand Hotel. Casual Accommodation. —Phone 40-089. 26 HOTEL GLENALVON, Waterloo Quad.. Ist class; 3 min-'walk Station or City.—Phs. 40-678. 42-214. D 4 l.'jliSE, furn., modern, sleep 5. on Milford beach. August holidays; 6gns. week.—Phone <9-291. x 27 "KINROSS," Graf ten Bridge—Bed and tray, casuals and perms.—Phone 43-078. 25 ONETANGI PRIVATE HOTElI" for Your Winter Vacation; log Arts, amusemsnt hall, indoor bowls. Phone 3K or write lor reservation. _D 4 SEA VIEW LODGE, ONETANGI.—Open all the year round. Lovely walks and log fires.—Phone 3a. or write. ws4 VENINOB. Devonport. delightfully situated on the North Shore. 5 min. ferry; casual accom.— Phone 70-466. D 4 TRY MACK'S PLACE. WAIHI BEACH GUEST HOUSE. For complete rest. First-class table. Tariff} £5 5/ week. 17,6 day. Returned Services in uniform 10 per cent reduction. Telegrams: Waibeach. WS JOHN A. C. McCORMACK. Prop. ! ■> HOLIDAY ACCOM. WAXTED BACH or House at Beach, wanted to rent for 2 weeks in January.—B.G. 0617, Star. 25 BAGfT small, "seaside, careful family, rortnight 1 rom Dec. 24.—Write T. 6992, Star. 26 BACH, 2 or 3 weeks, January.—Ring 42-926. or Write Barh 545. Karangahape Rd. 25 BOARD OFFERED GOOD HOME, Grammar School boy, Mission Bay. S. 7416, STAR. x 25 SELECT" HOME, Double Room, near city.—Phone 44-G67. TEMPORARY BOARD offered Lady in return services—write B.G. C 522, Star. x 25 143, GRAFTON RD^—Double Room, Full Board.— Phone 43-278. x 25 BO Alt D \V ANTED BED and Breakfast, or Full Board, in Heme Bay or Ponsonby.—Phone 26-449, after J5.30. x 25 BOARD. Bed Sitting Rcom. quiet working man private home.—T. 7109. Star. 26 ?,OARD required by young Business Gentleman, handy City.—W. 7355, Star. 25 BOARD for young girl, aged 2 years, in a good clean home; urgently.—Phone 3W, Matakana. x 25 BOARD 7 College""Girl, well-behaved, from July 31 to Aug. 17 or 18. with own linen and blankets: good remuneration and advantages; Spsom, or within reasonable travelling distance: urgent.— Ring Phone 61-797. Auckland. 25 BUSINESS GIRL requires Board or Bed Sittinc Room, nice 6913, Star. 25 BUSINESS MAN, young, returned; Single Room, congenial family, handy City.—W. 7303, Star. 25

BUSINESS MAN, bed. breakfast, 5 day wesk only. Greenwood's Corner, Epsom.—W. 7359. Star. x 25 GIRL STUDENT, young, requires Board and Lodglng. 1946.—Write T. 7147. STAR. 26 KIND PERSON Board Girl, really 7; underst?nding and welfare of child essential.—Write T. 7258. Star. ; __25 RETURNED SERVICEMAN, quiet, requires Board. private home, handy City.—Phone 45-477. 26 RETURNED SERVICEMAN, 35, quiet, homely, would like Board with private family, Epsom preferred.—W. 7279. Star. . 25 RETURNED SERVICEMAN, clean living, requires Full Board, Newmarket or Epsom.—Phone 27 "884. WORKING MAN. respectable, returned soldi®, requires Board, any suburb, handy to tram.—W. 7316, STAR. 25 YOUNG MAN, refined, board in Christian home.— Phone Murray. 65-025. x 25 WANTED TO KENT BUS DRIVER, married, 1 child, wants House or Plat urgently, handy New Lynij.—A.B.C.. 6971, Star. 5?5 BUSINESS MAN reo.uires Furnished or Partfurnished Home; highest credentials given.— Phone 50-324. x 26 FACTORY or Shed, area approx. 400 sq ft, City or suburban area.—W. 7392. Star. x 25 FLAT, partly or unfurnished, young couple.—T. 7074, STAR. 26 FL4T fuNy lurn., self-contained, tor 1 month or more,' by middle-aged lady.—Replies. J. Clark. 357. The Terrace. Wellington. 25 FLAT ground floor, or Rooms, furnished or unfurnished; suitable for elderly couple.—Phone 50-031. x 25 GARAGE, lock-up. urgently, for * Hudson; near Svmonds St. or surrounding territory; rent in advance if desired.—W._739B. Star. x2G GRAZING wanted for 2 horses, any locality.— Ring 54-658. S. GOOD SHOP, with living accommodation, any suburb between Papakura and Auckland.—Genuine 7044. Star. ; •" POLICE CONSTABLE, married, no children, wants House or Flat, urgently.—W._732B. Star. x 2. WIFE of Prisoner of War requires Furnished House or Flat, 2 bedrooms; excellent references.— Phone 16-263. _ £? WANTED TO RENT. a New Zenlmd Business Organisation seeks HOUSING ACCOMMODATION for one of its Senior Executives recently transferred to Auckland. This is a good opportunity for any Owner wishing to Let a House temporarily." to have the rent and eeneral care of the property guaranteed by a substantial company. As an alternative, s'tratehtout purchase would be considered Reply to— HOUSING, C/o Inglis Wright, Advertising, National Mutual Building. Shortland Street, AUCKLAND. x 25 WANTED TO KENT OK I,EASE SHED, large. or Hall, suitable gymnasium; vicinity Richmond. —Reply B.G. 0569. Star. 26

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945

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