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APARTMENTS VACANT APARTMENTS, 49, COOK St.—Bed to let, good, clean.—H. 7545. STAR 26 APARTMENTS, Remuera. -2 k'ettes. suit 2 couples or 5 adults.—Write B.G. 0645. STAR. 26 BED AND BREAKFAST, Single or Double, permanents or casuals; no cooking convs.; central lecrlity.— 33. St. Stephen's Av., Parnell. Phone 45-375. 2 ? ROOM, single, furn.; girl or woman, cheap for company.—Apply 499, Manukau Rd., Epsom._x26 ROOMS, Gent's share, quiet, clean; top Symonds St.—23, Mt. Eden Rd. ±7 ROOM, furn., k'ette, gas stove, e.1.. elec. hot water; single man.—2l, Grosvenor St., Grey Lynn. THE SALVATION ARMY. Auckland — Patriotic Red Shield Hotel. 48. St. Paul St. Phone 42-709 Fighting Forces Only. Bed and Breakfast. 2/6. Open all night week days. TH4 _ APARTMENTS WANTED APARTMENT or Flat, furnished, quiet business couple, Civil Servant.—Phone 44-988 (after 5). 26 FLAT, uniurn.. with k'ette: good locality.—Apply B.G. 0588. STAR. 25 FLAT, unfurn., s.c, wanted by serviceman's wife. no children.—Write H. 7517. Star. 26 FLAT, furnished, or Rooms and k'ette; own linen and crockery: father and daughter, both at buslness.—Write H. 7591, STAB. 26 FLAT, s.c, unfurn., required by reputable Business Woman, Remuera or Epsom district preferred; reply urgently.—W. 7259. Star. 27 FLAT or Apartment, self-contained, 2 bedrooms preferred; furn. or unfurn. ;rerlned business people.—H. 7644, Star. _ x 27 FLAT or Double Bed Sitting Room, by Air Force Officer (returned) and wife, urgently.—H. 5963, STAR. 2 J FLAT, furn. or unfurn., 6 months' rent in advance, required urgently for family of 3 arriving from Australia—Write Box 61, Newmarket, or Phone • 24-812, business hours, 64-069 after boiirs. \ x2B RETURNED SERVICEMAN, wife and small child require email Flat or Board, mid-August to midDecember, while attending a refresher course at Training College; supply own blankets, linen, etc. w. 7627, Stab. . 2a ROOM, double, use convs., woman and girl, 13 26 ROOM or Bach, workman, quiet.—H. 7571, STAR. ROOMS, handv Symonds St., gas ring; own linen and cutlery.—Write B.G. 0644, STAR. 26 WANTED by Business Woman, 2 Rooms, unfurnished. one with fireplace and use of convs., in quiet home.—Phone 24-857. 30 TO LET BACH, 2-roomed, with tubs, copper, quarter-acre land, Titirangi; to Lease 6 years, 25/: good land. grows anything.—Write S. 7498. STAR. 26 STORAGE SPACE, 50ft x 16ft. ground floor.— Apply 332. Broadway, Newmarket. x 27 STORAGE, long and short term. Ernest and Herbert Craig, Ltd., advise that their new, modern Store. The Strand. Parnell. is now open. Consult us about your storage problem.—Phone 49-245. ; 30 ; FLATS TO N I/ET FLAT, furn., bedroom and sitting room, fireplace, k'ette, in small apartment house; sympathetic lady; return housekeeping for male owner.—H. 7527, STAR. 26 RADIO APPARATUS FOR SALE ASTATIC 07 Streamlined Crystal Pick-up, new Cartridge; £6 10/. —Write H. 7551. STAR. 26 PIIILCO Spread Band All Wave and other wellknown makes with 12 months', guarantee; terms arranged.—Charles Begg and Co., Ltd., 112. Queen St. Phone 32-320. X SKYSCRAPER, Mantel model, good order; what offer?— Jacobs. Wallace Rti., Papatoetoe. 26 WIRELESS, D.C., Mantel Model; will exchange for A.C.—A. S. Bevln. Phone 43-637. x 26 RADIO ' AND ELECTRICAL SERVICING. As several of our men have been released from the Armed Forces, we can now undertake REPAIR WORK for Household Electrical and Radio Equipment. Phone 32-700. BOND AND BOND. LTD. N

RADIO APPARATUS WANTED AIRMASTER, Ultimate, Philips Radios Purchased. McCabe's, Newton, N BATTERY SET, portable, or small late model Electric Radio.—Phone 42-680, MH BEGG'S pay Spot Cash for reasonably modern small Radios. Your opportunity before new sets arrive.—Charles Begg & Co., Ltd., 112. Queen St. . N HEADPHONES, Radios. Speakers, Parts wanted.— Keith's Radio Shack, Swanson St. 48-145, H3 RADIO, recent model, suitable small flat; cash buyer.—Phone 42-680. MH E j. RADIO. MUSICAL (Miscellaneous) ' ABOUT All Radio Repairs—consult Elco Radio, Ltd.. 16, Wyndham St.. Phone 42-680, HS A.C, D.C. and Car Radios Efficiently Repaired by M.A.S. Radio Service, 35, Customs St. W. We collect and deliver. Phone 48-686. HS ATLANTA RADIOS, 33, High St., for Repairs, We collect and deliver.—Phone 43-333. 28 EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS at low cost.—Ring 42-741, Ripley's Radios, 11, Customs St. West, N GOODMASTER'S Repairs, Accessories, Gramophones,—23s, Queen St.. above Town Hall. MH RADIO SERVICING by Expert Registered Radiotrlciana.—F. W. Mountjoy. 54-285. Est. 10 years. L REPAIRS, Quick Service, collect and deliver; work guaranteed; charges usually under £2.— Drop a postcard to Klngsland Radios, 27 S.T.C. RADIO SERVICE, Phone 44-449.— E. R. Cooper and Co.. 17, Strand Arcade, Auckland, N ALL MAKES OF RADIOS SERVICED BY EXPERTS. Reasonable Charges and Prompt Attention. * Phone 25-296. Local 123 D. PAINE BROS. MOTORS, OTAHUHU, N BEGG'S RADIO ' SERVICE DEPARTMENT. Fully Qualified Servicemen. Latest Equipment. Same Day Service. Moderate Charges. PHILCO DISTRIBUTORS, 112, QUEEN STREET. Phone 32-320. h lISIIER'S REFRIGERATION, RADIO AND ELECTRICAL SALES AND SERVICE. 494, Queen Street. Phone 40-608. Repairs to every make of Radio. Electrical Appliances and Refrigerators. Phone us for immediaate prompt service. f ■ PHONE 40-608. PHONE 40-608. L RADIOJOY SETS WILL COME AGAIN BETTER THAN EVER. In the meantime our Modern Servicing Department is at your service. If your Radio needs Attention ring 54-285, F. W. MOUNTJOY, Royal Oak. H ENJOY MODERN RADIO RECEPTION, Free from Hum—Crackles—Whistles —Distortion. WISEMAN'S RADIO ENGINEERS _ Will Make YOUR RADIO LIKE NEW AGAIN. Phone 32-427 and let. the Experts Collect your Radio for Repairs and Reconditioning. WISEMANS, H.M.V. AND MULLARD AGENTS, 166, QUEEN STREET, AUCKLAND. H MACHINERY FOR SALE "ALBEE" combines and beats the hoe. shovel and spade; 25/ from your dealer or A. Bevln, Auckland. MHS ELLIOTT WOODWORKER, No. 8, Hand Morticing Machine. Elec. Motor, 6 h.p„ with Sawbereh.—Builder- Phone 36-115. x 26 GAS PRODUCER Equipment and Plant's. —Truck Service, Ltd.. foot Parnell Rise. Phone 44-692. N PTRUMA, English High Temperature Fire Cement. Manning Co.. 188, Broadway, t B4 WOOD LATHE, heavy duty, llin swing, quick action.- tail - stock, roller bearing; new condition; with Delco A.C. Motor; best offer.—Bs. New North Rd. (week-end). 28

HOWELL'S THREE-rnASE MOTORS, BRITISH—AND UNBEATABLE. All sizes up to 15 h.p. In stock, both 1500 and 1000 r.p.m. "Fanless" Totally Enclosed Motors, 1. 3. 5 h.p. ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, Phone 41-980. Fort Street. » .HS CONTRACTORS AND FARMERS. . CONCRETE MIXERS. Hand and Power. Immediate Delivery. JOHN CHAMBERS AND SON. LTD.. Fort Street. Auckland. HS TIMBER JACKS, three-quarter &nd full size. STEAM AND BELT-DRIVEN PUMPS. BREAST BENCH ROLLERS & SAW SPINDLES. DOUBLE-DRUM WINCH, suitable light log-hauling or othßr work. FANS, up to IBin diametor.STEAM ENGINES. PICKERING GOVERNORS. CIRCULAR SAWS, to 36in diameter. STEEL SPLIT AND CAST IRON PULLEYS, 6in to 72in diameter. > TANGYE STEAM PUMP, 6in Intake and delivery. STEAM STEERING ENGINE, suitable, reversing SHAFTING, BEARINGS, COG WHEELS, Machinery and Sundries of all kinds. P. APPLETON, Great South Road, Penrose. Phone 17-100. xSO MACHINERY WANTED BANDSAW MACHINE, about .SOln wheel, good order: state price for cash and where seen.— Write W. 7247, STAB. £* BOILER, Steam. 2-3 h.p., suitable Hoffman Press. Phone 44-625. I ff

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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