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BEREAVEMENT THANKS JOSEPH.—Mrs. Heron, Jack Mcßurney and wife ] wish to thank all relations and friends for their < kind sympathy in the loss of their dear sister; ; special thanks to Mesdames Arthur. Ward. J Rahana, Brown and Miss Waddingham and Muriel for their untiring help in her last few ( months of her long illness. 1 KATTERNS.—Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Katterns. ' John Street, Ponsonby. sincerely thank all kind < friends for expressions of sympathy in the loss of brother Bob; also for cards, letters, telegrams received. C. Katterns. K ELS ALL.—Mrs. Kelsall and sons (Wes. and Ron.) mcst sincerely thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement; for letters, cards, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems. Also Dr. Thomas for his kind attention during John's illness. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. KELSALL.—Mrs. C. Kelsall and family wish to express their deep gratitude for all sympathy and kindness extended to them In their sad bereavement; also for cards, letters, telegrams and beauiful floral emblems received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. LE LEU.—Mr. F. W. Le Leu and family wish to thank relatives and friends who expressed their sympathy in their sad loss of their wife and mother; also for floral wreaths, messages of sympathy, especially City Council employees. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. LINDSAY.—Mrs. K. O. Lindsay and daughters wish to sincerely thank all relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy in the loss of their loved husband and father; also for letters, cards, telegrams and floral emblems received. Special'thanks to Mrs. Best and Mr. Daly. Please accept this as our personal acknowledgment. McLEOD. —Mrs. H. M. McLeod and family, of Jutland Road. Takapuna. wish to sincerely thank all relatives and friends for sympathy extended in their sad loss. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. MILBURN.—Mrs. G. P. Milburn and family desire to thank all friends for their condolences; also for letters, cards and floral emblems received in her recent sad bereavement; 51. Selwyn c'treet. Onehunga. POULTON. —Mrs. Tredrea and family, and Mrs. Lyons and family sincerely thank all relatives and friends for expressions of sympathy in the loss of their dear mother and granny; also for letters, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems received. Special thanks to nurses at Cornwall Hospital, and Mrs. Sadie Smith. Point Chevalier. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. SNOOK.—Mrs. K. B. Snook. 16, Kingston Avenue, Mount Roskill, daughter and granddaughters wish to sincerely thank all the many friends and relatives for their most kind expressions of sympathy and generous help in their recent sad bereavement; also for letters, telegrams. telephone calls, cards and beautiful floral emblems received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. TREGIDGA —The sisters. Nell Lil. and brother Jack sincerely thank all relations and friends for their expressions of sympathy in the loss of their dear sister Min. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. WARD.—Mrs. C. Ward and family, of Ridge Road, Brown's Bay, wish to sincerely thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of their dear husband and father; also for the numerous lettters, cards, telegrams and. beautiful floral tributes received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. LOST AND FOUND RADGE, R.S.A., No. 62626.—Finder please return R.S.A. X2B BADGE, silver Churchill's Head, train, trams, shops, Queen St.; reward. —Return Zimans, Jeweller, Queen St. 28 BRACELET, "Luzon" keepsake, between Nat. Bank and Hannahs. Newton; reward.—Phone 43-384. 28 BOOK in parcel, addressed 901, New North Rd.. Mt. Albert.—Ring the Dispatch Dept.. Farmers' Trading Co. 28 CASE containing knitting material and wool, left in tram last Monday; reward.—Pnone 24-499. x2B CHILD'S KNITTED CAP, brown. Queen St.. Thursday.—Phone 20-514. x2B FOUNTAIN PEN, grey mottled. Waterman, between Symonds Street and Eden Terrace, or Skateway. Saturday. 21st; reward. —Phone 45-675. 28 FUR STOLE, lost two weeks ago. Hospital bus, Richmond Road tram; reward. —wfite B.G. 0710, Star. x2B FUR HAT, Musquash, city. Monday.—Ring 30-802 (business hours). 28 GLASSES, pink rimmed, in leather case with initials C., vie. City; reward.—Phone 41-860 or 24-343. x2B GLOVE, Gent's, fleecy-lined tan kid, Friday night; reward.—S. 8239. Star. x2B GLOVE, navy blue, fur edging, fleecy-lined. Thursday night: reward.—Finder write Box 2167. Auckland.__ *28 HAND~TR~UCK, between Penrose and Church St.: reward. —Ring 54-030. _ 28 KEY CASE, black leather. City, Friday: reward.— Phone 60-307. 28 LOCKt'i', Silver, inscribed "June." 2 phot'#? inside. between Hardwick Tea Rooms and Wellesley St.. Ponsonby.—Phone 42-169 x2B ley St. Pont Office; reward.—Phone 42-169. x2B MONOGRAM BROOCH, square, silver. about I Xmas, vicinity unknown: £1 reward. —Return 9. Murdoch Rd., Grey Lynn. t _ 28 ••MY HOME" Magazine (Dec.. 1943), lost 18th. urgently needed; reward.—Phone 64-193. 28 OILSKIN~ OVKRCOAT. between"Merccr and Drury. Finder please ring Adjutant, Papaic^Va->M;C. OVERCOAT, transaction hotel bar, Newmarket, July 11. Please return hotel bar or proceedings taken, pgr numbf-r knovvn. x 39 OVERCOAT, gent's, brown and white flecked, vie. St. James' Theatre. Lome St., Thursday night.— Phone_49-00.\ (Monday, bus. hours). 28 PAIR* GLASSES, between Eden Terrace and Ponsonby.—Phcne 26-627. x2B PURSE, brown, containing silver .and blue wool, Thursday. Three Lamps.—l 4. Redmond St.- x2B PURSE, from car parked outside Smith & Caughey. Ci'y. this morning.—Plense phone 6*-825. x2B PURSE, black, containing ration books, money, ?tc., bftween Birkenhead wharf and Birkdale.— Phone 88-929. x2B PURSE, containing" large sum money and ration book, Pt. Chevalier or Pt. Chevalier tram. Fridav; substantial reVard.—24, ilighoury St.. Avon*28 PURSE, black leather, containing 1-stone gold ring, ration books and silver eyeglasses. 5.30 bus, Otahuhu-Auckland, late Saturday: reward.—Finder return Hotsons Store, Otahuhu . 28 RAINCOAT, fawn, Monday, July 23. between Wellp.sley St. E. and Bus Station.—Finder plea«? phone 50-393. * 28 SCOOTER, South Rd. terminus.—Please ring 20-690. x 23 SCREWDRIVER, large, amber handle.—Finder nlea.ie return Fernie. Auckland Hospital Ganie. 28 SUITCASE, "containing clothing, etc., June 8, vicinity Avondale station; reward.—Return nearest Police Station. 28 UMBRELLA, Black Silk, edged with white, in Ponsonby tram. Thursday at 3.30 n.m.: keepsake | from soldier son; reward. —Kindly Ring 18-418. x2B ! WALLET, brown, between Strand. Hauraki P.d.. Friday morning.—Finder please Ring_7B -235. 28 WALLET, containing papers. American notes. No. 1 Port Depot. Remuera; numbe s known: reward. Ring 36-085. *28

WALLET, leather, G.P.O. Savings book. Army piy book, £1 noLe and sun'dry tickets and papers enclose '.—Write S 83"!. Star. x2B WALLET, black, by returned P.0.W.. containing £50. Thursday, between Imperial Hotel and Clarendon, desperately needed.—Write S. 7998. Star. 28 WHEEL CAP, Studebaker, between Northern Motors, Newton or Ponsonby; reward.—Phon» 26-696. 31 WRISTLET WATCH, lady's, sold expansion, since July 11. between City and Remuera: a go^d reward. —Phone 24-951. 28 WRISTLET" WATCH, lady's, gold. Westflcld make, Friday right, between City-Parnell; valued keepsake: gooj reward.—Will finder please rommir icate Hutton. 74, St. George's Bay Rd.. Pa rnell. x2B WOULD" person who took Rubber Rubbing Pad from garage. Mountain Rd.. Epsom. June. 1944. please return urgently to P.Q. Box 430. 30 FOUND, Leather Driving Gloves, last Saturday.— Ring 36-027. 28 FOUND. Brown Fur, Saturday night, 14th.—P. 8089, STAR. 23 FOUND, Gloves, man's, brown leather, in Remuera. about 3 weeks ago.—Write Star. 23 p'OUND, Lady's Purse. Ro>o na to Auckland train, Friday evening.—Apply 40, Reihana St., Orakei. STRAYED AND IMPOUXbED STRAYED7"Engiish Setter Do?, liver and white: answers, to name Tim. —Ring 18-292. a2B Scotch Terrier Pup. brindie colour. regd. No. 3290; reward.—Ring 18-302. x3O STRAYED, Wirehaired Terrier Pup. female, from 13 Halesowen Ave., Friday; child's r.et.—Phcne 64-282. x?? STRAYED, Grey kitten, answers to "Smoky," vicinity Alford St., Onehunga; reward.—Phone 54-556. X2B STRAYED. Sealyham Dog. tan ears, aged nve months answers Bill; Heme Bay.—Phone 30-9^ or 2g-950. ; 28 STRAYED. Scotch Terrier, answering to Waffles, from Balmoral Rd.. Friday morning: license 945: reward. —Oxley, 64-343. x 27 STRAYED, Brown Wirehai ed Terrier Pup. long tail: answers to Monty; children's pet; reward.— 13, Phyllis St.. Mt. Albert. x2J STRAYED, Irish Terrier, wearing tartan collar, missing since Tuesday, vicinity St. Andrew's and Landscape Rd., Epsom.—Ring 61-279. ' x 27 FOUND. Smooth Fox Terrier Bitch, white, tan markings.—Ring 40-020. x2B FL'.N KRAI, DIRECTORS CAMERON. JOHN, Three Lamps. Ponsonby.— Phone 26-137. Residence. 18-076. TS fnoPEK and CURD. LTD., Pukekohe, Funeral Director. Phone 15. after hours 1198. 416 TS r. niicKPENNY, Funeral Director Takapuna, Night Phone 79-302. day phone 78-449 _ WS4 niVISS. C., Funeral Director nad Floi-t. 292-4. Dominion Rd. Phone 61-321. Private Chapel. S il —MORRIS, LTD., Funeral Directors. Devonport chapel.-Phone 70-130. WS SWVOR-AND SONS, LTD.. Funeral Directors. 431 karangahape Rd. Phone 40-689. WS tv MORRISON, Funeral Director. 367. Parnell Rd. Phone 43-768 (any hour) HS FLORAL EMBLEMS all oranches floral work. Wreaths. Bouquets, etc. Tmde P s 19 Park Rd. 43-632 (all hours). HS p.RIDAL BOUQUEI Artist, specialist in flora. Work -Miss Carnev. 69 ECaranzahaoe Rd Rirs Vn.gtt Night 60-550 WS MOXt'MKNTAI. MASONS McNAB AND MASON. 109. SYMONDS STREET, AUCKLAND. And Bridge and Grey Streets. Hamilton MANUFACTURERS OF MONUMENTAL MASONRY HS MEMORIALS CLEANED, EXTRA LETTERING ADDED. Inquiries receive prompt attention. R. W. JACOBSEN, 28. Warwick Avenue (off Garnet Road), Weslmcre. W. 2. x<-8

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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