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PUBLIC NOTICES W AITEMATA COUNTY. THE LOCAL BODIES' LOANS ACT. 1926. IN THE MATTER OF THE SWAN SON HALL SPECIAL RATING AREA LOAN . Whereas the Waitwnata County Council, pursuant to the provisions of the Local Bodies' Loans Act. 1926, and the Regulations made thereunder, has submitted to me, John Hector Luxford. a Stipendiary Magistrate exercising- jurisdiction within the said Waitemata County, a special roil of Swanson and District containing the names of all persons entitled r .o vote upon the proposal that a loan be raised for the purpose of purchasing the building erected at Swanson ana known as the Swanson Hall; and whereas the said County Council has also submitted a list of all objections to such roll:— NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on TUESDAY. the 21st day of August. l&'o. at 10.30 o'clock in the forenoon, in the Swanson Hall. Swanson.. I shall hear and determine finally the said objections and deal with matters pertaining thereto. Dated at Auckland this 19th day of July, 1945. J. H. LUXFORD. :28 Stipendiary Magistrate. APPLE AND PEAR PRICES. Price Order 397 gazetted 26th July operative 30th July fixes MAXIMUM ' WHOLESALE prices as below—fancy shown first, commercial second, minimum third. Retail prices according to Price Order 317 subject to additional container charge. Apples 6d, Pears 5d (+ means "and larger, — means "and smaller.") DELICIOUS (all kinds), 100 + /198 10/9, 10/3, 6/6; 216— 10/, 9/6, 5/6; GRANNIE SMITH. 100-f-/ 198 10/9, 10/3, 7/; 216— 10/. 9.6, 6/; STURMER. 100 + /150 9/6, 9/, 6/6; 163/198 8/6, 8/, 6/; 216— 7/6, 7/, 5/; DOUGHERTY. 100+ 9/6, 9/, 6/; 113/150 9/6, 9/, 6/6; 163/198 8/6, 8/, 6/6; 216— 8/, 7/6, 6/; OTHER DESSERT, 100+/150 10/6, 10/. 7/; 163/198 10/6, 10/, 6/; 216— 9/6, 9/, 6/; BALLARAT AND L. WOLSELEY. 100-f 8/9, 8/9, 7/6; 113/150 10/, 10/, 7/6; 163/198 10/, 10/, 6/6; 216— 8/, 8/, 6/6. OTHER COOKERS, 100+ 9/, 9/, 7/6; 113/150 10/, 10/, 7/6; 163/198 10/, 10/, 6/6; 216— 8/, 8/, 6/6. PEARS, 17/3, 17/3, 16/3. 28

FERTILISER RATIONING, 1945-46. Under the Fertiliser Control Order. 1945, an opportunity is afforded Farmers to make application for an allocation of Fertilisers for their property under the following heading*:— A —Those farmers who have not appealed on any previous occasion. B—Those' farmers who can produce documentary evidence to the effect that they have brought In out of VIRGIN country during the last ration period areas which have been sown down in new grass. Applications under the above headings will be received by the Appeals Committee up to and including August 15. 1945. Application forms available from the Secretary. Auckland District Council of Primary Production, P.O. Box 787, Auckland. First Floor, Dalgety's Building, 41. Albert Street. W. ALEXANDER. :11 secretary. AUCKLAND MACHINERY AND ENGINEERING SUPPLIES MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY CLOSING. Commencing SATURDAY, August 4, the following firms will be CLOSED ON SATURDAY MORNINGS:— J. H. BUCKLAND AND CO., LTD. JOHN BURNS AND CO.. LTD. JOHN CHAMBERS AND SON, LTD. A. R. CHRISTIAN. LTD. A. FOSTER AND CO.. LTD. FRIAR, RICHARDS AND UPTON. KIDD, GARRETT, LTD. R. P. M. MANNING AND CO. MORRIS, BLACK AND MATHESON, LTD. JAS. J. NIVEN AND CO., LTD. CHARLES PALMER AND CO.. LTD. GEOFFREY M. SHORTT, LTD. ' SWINNOCK AND CO., LTD. H. A. TUCK AND CO., LTD. 28 N.Z. INSTITUTE OF COST ACCOUNTANTS, INC. AFFILIATED WITH THE AUSTRALASIAN INSTITUTE OF COST ACCOUNTANTS. Intending Candidates are reminded that entries for the September Examination of the New Zealand Institute of Cost Accountants close with the Registrar. Chamber of Commerce Building, Courthouse Lane. Auckland. C.l, on TUESDAY, July 31, 1945. Persons interested in the activities of the Institute can obtain full information from the above address. ' D. N. CHAMBERS, :28 Registrar. HOME GUARD DEALS WITH INSIDIOUS ENEMY BORACURE is the guaranteed effective "home guard" against deadly unseen enemy Borer. BORACURE gives permanent immunity from borer and decay. Have trained Boracure men inspect your home and buildings now Free Booklet from— BORACURE (N.Z.). LIMITED. 395-7, Broadway. Newmarket, S.E.I. I Phone 25-354. RS 1 TO THE RESIDENTS OF MT. ALBERT AND DISTRICT. THE MARIE HOME COOKERY Announces if*- inability to remain open permanently owing to the recent /eduction in the ration of sugar and other commodities, and will be compelled to close at Intervals in future. This is very much regretted, but we have no alternative. 28 AUCKLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL OF PRIMARY PRODUCTION. A Meeting of the Primary Production Committees within the Kumeu area will be held at the Hall, Kumeu, on TUESDAY, July 31, Commencing at 2 p.m. Farmers interested in the work of Primrfry Production Councils are invited to attend this meeting. 28 W: ALEXANDER, Sec. CITY OF AUCKLAND. AUCKLAND ZOOLOGICAL PARK. INCREASE IN ADMISSION CHARGES. Notice is hereby given that as from and including Monday, 6th August, 1945, the admission charges to the Zoological Park will be 1/6 for each adult and 6d for each child. T. W. M. ASHBY, :1 Town Clerk. MOUNT ROSKILL RESIDENTS RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION POSTPONEMENT OF MEETING The Meeting Called for Thursday, July 26, to discuss the Ward system and Formation of a Borough, was postponed until TUESDAY, July 31. Meeting place, Dominion Road School, 7.45. 28. A. E. COPELAND, Hon. Sec. PUBLIC NOTICE The MT. EDEN SCHOOL COMMITTEE are desirous of obtaining the names of Ex-pupils cf the School who have fallen- in the present war, for the purpose of compiling a suitable Roll or Honour. Full particulars should be sent to the Secretary, 102, GRANGE ROAD. MT. EDEN. :28 A. J. PARK AND SON, PATENT AND TRADE MARK ATTORNEYS. National Bank Building. Shortland Street. F. H. HAY (Fel. Inc. Inst., P.A.). Reg. Patent Attorney, Managing Partner. INFORMATION BOOK FREE ON APPLICATION. ; WS CORN WELL CUP CONTEST, 1946. A Meeting of Citizens interested in the will be held in Committee Room at the Clubhouse, Ba,yswater, TUESDAY, July 31. 28 N. MATHESON, Sec. HENRY HUGHES, LTD. DILWORTH BUILDING. Patents, Trademarks, Reg. Designs. No Fee for guidance on how to protect your idea. Free Booklet, "Advice, to Inventors." S EDUCATIONAL TRAINING PAYS DIVIDENDS. Just aS the trained soldier in battle is better than the recruit, so will the trained man better himself in business and industry, while the unskilled worker "stays put." I.C.S. training pays high dividends. The cost is small in proportion to the advantages and security it brings. Invest in an I.C.S. specialised Course—become a TRAINED manl Radio Engineer Accountancy Diesel Engineer Civil Engineer Mechanical Eng. Carpentry Structural Eng. 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ACCOUNTANCY. There are plenty of responsible positions becoming available every day for the specialised man. »Are you qualified to All them and so join the ranks of the high salaried executives? If not. then qualify in Accountancy. But make sure you qualify in the shortest time by enrolling with Hemingway's. the foremost and most highly skilled Accountancy Coaches in the Dominion. Write to-day for Free Book "Accountancy," to: HEMINGWAY'S CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS. P.O. Box 516, Auckland. B BRAIN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, LIMITED. It is Advisable to ENROL NOW for Earliest Powuble Entry. term Starts from date of entry. 612, N. 2. INSURANCE BLDG., AUCKLAND. Phone 48-286. WS SPECIALISED VOCATIONAL TUITION In SHORTHAND (Pitman and Gregg's) Typing (fc.fcvthmie Touch) Bookkeeping, business English, DRESSMAKING. PATTERN DESIGNING. ETC DRULEIGH COLLEGE. 3rd, 4th and sth Floors, Hofhe's Buildings, ' Vulcan Lane. WE

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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