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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945
. LOST AND FOUND ASTRAKHAN GLOVE, long, brown, right hand, Friday afternoon, Ponsonby tram; reward.—6. Regent St., Newton, _'o_t_Gundry St. 2 BELT. German, inscribed "God Mit tins"; keepsake, brother overseas: reward.—l3s. John St.. Ponsonby. x 3 BICYCLE, gent's. Leader, painted blue, removed from vicinity Three Lamps: reward.—lo. Margaret St.. Ponsonby. x 2 BLACK BAG, containing purse, keys, small change and £1 note: reward.—37, Fowlds Ave.. Sandringham. 2 CAR TOOLS, corner Ophir Street: reward.—Phone 44-690. 2 H.OKAL CELT, red and gold buckle; reward.— 183. Khyber Phone 40-031. s __% FOUNTAIN TEN. green. Schaeffer!" Lifetime nib; reward.—Phone 71-302. 41-27 3; x 3 FOUNTAIN FEN (Jewel), by Schoolboy, between Richmond Rd. and Bus Terminal. Friday. 27th' reward.—Phone 27-925. • X 2 FOUNTAIN PEN. Watermi'.n, Amber, .in Auckland Savings Bank. Tuesday, by returned service-m-in; reward.—Finder Ring 32-931. x 2 GOLD WATCH, leather strap, sc-ntimcntal value. B.L.M. inscribed, vicinity Customs and Little Queen Streets, Wednesday night: reward.—Ph. 44-616. x 3 HANDBAG, Red. among content: Geld Wristlet Watch, between City and Pt. Chevalier.—Address, 9. Eerridge A-.-.. Pt. Chevalier _x 2 HAT. grey. Customs St. East. Saturday.—Finder please return Canseal Co.. Ltd.. 1, Beach Rd. Fhon_ 45-068. x 2 HUB Cap! Studebaker. Nelson St.. waterfront, or St. Helier's Bav Road: reward.—Finder please ring Phone 49-003 (between 8 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.). x 2 LOCKET, name engraved. Matai Rd. and Great South Rd. Terminus. Saturday: valued; reward Phone 62-016. 2 NO IE CASE, Black Leather, zip. containing approx. £20 and other articles belonging to returned Naval Rating; Grafton Rd.; rewardRing 40-517. _x 2 PARKER Fountain Pen. Queen St.. Wednesday: sentimental value; reward.—Wilkinson. D.iley's. Queen St. x 2 PENDANT STAR, with pearls and rubies, between Fabian Club. Reservoir corner; reward. —21. Maidstnne St.. Grey Lynn. _x 2 PERSON seen picking up" Purse outside Woolworths on August 1. 1945. kindly return 39. Karaka St.. Newton. 2 PURSE! small, bro.vn. containing £8 notes. Heme Bav. city. St. Heller's; reward.—Fine-e. I.lease Ring 18-217. x 2 PURSE, small, black, containing "diamond ring, wrapped in envelope. Sunday. July 1. vicinity Fden Terrace; reward.—F. Star. _ _x 2 R.S.A. BADGE No. 17563.—Piea.se return R.S.A Rccms. Oneliunga. x 2 STRING BEADS, White Carved. keepsake reward.—Phone 62-311. x 2 STRING OF PEARLS, with diamond clasp, between Three Lamps Post Office and Ponsonby branch Bank ol New Zealand, or vicinity of Newton Bank of New Zealand; reward.— Phone 16-792. 2 TAPESTRY, unfinished!" Mt. Albert Rd. or Ladies' Mile, three weeks ago; reward.—Phone 25-987. 2 TYRE - ""and R.m7~7.00~x 21." Orakei; reward.— Finder return Blue and White. Orakei. x 2 UMBRELLA, ladvs, black. Meadowbank tram or Remuera Rd.. Wednesday afternoon; owner's name inside; reward.—Phone 24-899. _ x 2 WAISTCOAT?" Dark Green, machine knitted, red and silver bnt'ons. Karaneahapc Read. Tuesdnv p'.ht.—Phone 27-169 jjp.m. to 7 p.m.). x 2 WALLET, left C.P 6.. owner stranded, urgently required: reward.—Write TI. 9136. STAR. j__ WATC'IL stem "winder; reward.—s. Monmouth ." t . Arch Hill. x 2 WATCH.—WiII person who found Presentation Watch, return 210. Hobson St.. or ring 45-588. Reward —W. H. Drrw. x_2 WRISTLET WATCH. Pierce, without strap between Western Reclamation. Epsom; rewaJu. —H. 9026. ST..R. x 2 WOULD~Lady who spoke to Gentleman re Sum Monev, opposite Milne's. Wednesday, kindly Ring 25-296. hetwecn_9-5. 2 WOULD person who took Red Cnrdlgan by mistake. Mv-T-Fine Dance, last night, please return to Hall? Reward. x 2 FOUND. Yale Key Verrans Corner.—Ring 31-161 (daytime). 2 STIJAYED STRAYED. Dee. young, answers Rody. owner overseas.—Any information, please Ring 62-711._2 STRAYED, Red Setter Pup", white tip tail, white en sliest and feet, from orakei Rd.: number on collar. 410; reward.—Please Phone 24-541. x 2 STRAYED," Fox Terrier Puppy, brown spots: from Kensington Ave.. Tuesday. F'ncler kindly return to 11. Kensington Avenue. Balmoral, or phone 65-012 x 3 CI.DB NOTICES COMRADES' CLUB, every Friday evening, usual place. Old-time Dancing. Middle-aged Folk welAGENCIES AGENCIES wanted. Electrical Appliances, both household and commercial, by large organisation operating in North Auckland district.—First instance. apply Box 2002. Auckland. MATRIMONIAL A BUSINESS GENTLEMAN (Young Bachelor), Returned Soldier," seeks- through my confidential discreet organisation Introduction to Plain Working Girl, to share home life and matrimony and future happiness.—lntiDluctlon arranged by Miss Stairtton. Box 1351. Auckland. Refs. require__ 2 LADY, own home, would be pleased to meet Refined Protestant Gentlman (50-55). viewmatrimony.—Sincere, £894. Star. _ 2 YOUNG BACHELOR (sheep farming), educated, possessing excellent credentials. lonely, offers good home and matrimony to a refined Young Lady fond country life. Strictly confidential introduction arranged by Miss Stainton. Refs required.—Eox 1351,__Auckland. _2 WIDOW, 37, clean, capable, with two children, wishes to meet farmer or country man. view Matri mony.—Sincere. 8987. Star. 2 17. REW'S CHAMBERS (opp. C.P.O.).—Gerard's Matrimonial Correspondence Club. Interviews Irce. L MISS STAINTON'S INTRODUCTION SERVICE, BOX 1351. AUCKLAND. My Service is devoted to the interest of Lonely People—Young and Aged. Rich or Poor—who have little social opportunity ol meeting their "soulmate" in their everyday walk of life. I will help you find your happiness—fullest particulars of yourself and your request are very helpful when writing. My fee is £2 2. in advance, and all correspondence is under plain seal envelope. Your confidence is my treasured secret. Refs. required. Country Requests invited. 2 FOB WOMEN ABANDON Septic Fingers.—Septocide guaranteed cure. Stainless Germicidal Paint, no dressings: 3/ and 5.6.— H. H. Jefferson. Chemist. 7. Knyb»r Pass. HF AILMENTS of Women—Eliza Powell. Consulting Chemist (9 to 5). 406. CJol. Mutual Bldg. 40-048. HF ATTRACTIVE PERM., 9 6; Machineless Perm.. 8 6: Combination. 10 6.—Ph. 41-708. Bring advt. V "MADAMS," of 211, Queen St. (opposite Plaza Theatre) are holding a Great Reduction Sale. Coats, Suits and Frocks, all cut with that desirable slimming effect, in all sizes trom W. upwards, at greatly reduced prices, and they specialise in larger fittings. Go now to Madams for your Winter Bargain. 6 NEHTLE'S SHAMPOO Tint, all shades obtainable. Miss Borgolte,_City Chambers. Phone 43-215. V SISTER ALICE, Mental Healer. Psychoiogist.—l4, Northland St., Grey Lynn. Phone 26-083. G THE MODERN BAG CO.. LTD., "Your Leather Goods Firm." We have the largest leather goods repair service in the Dominion. We have a spe—iv 4-day service for all Boot and Shoe Repairs. We specialise in Children's Boot and Shoe Repairs. Our four shops are; 400. Queen St.. little above and opp. Town Hall; 19, Shortland St.. opp. Star Office; 270. Karangahape Rd.. six doors (Ponsonby side) past Geo. Court's: 250. Broadway, Newmarket, car zone, near Station entrance. V FOR MEN SERVICE FOR THE SERVICES. SPECIAL SERVICE TO ALL IN UNIFORM. STEELE PHOTOGRAPHY. 322. Queen Street (opposite Amusement Park). Phone 43-370. V WANTED KNOWN ABANDON WORRY—Let Removals (Auckland), Ltd., Box 587. Remove your Furniture. 30-606. HS ABOUT Removing Furniture.—We have largest vans in Auckland, and experienced men; packing for shipment overseas a specialty.—Winstone, Ltd.. 32-080. £^ CLIMAX Ant Exterminator cleans them up in a few days. 2 FOR Quick Action in relief of Colds, take AspirSeltzer only 2/8 from Hutchinson Brothers. Grocers. Auckland. (Manufacturers: Wilfrid Owen. Ltd.. 104. Victoria Street. Chris-Church.) RB " PINEX," New Insulating Wallboard. all sizes. Builders' Supplies. Anzac Av. Phone 41-056. TH FLOORS AND FURNITURE Polished to lustrous gleaming brilliance with QUEEN BEE WAX. Gives floor hard, mirror-like .hine. Does not cake or harden in tin. RHS VARICOSE ULCERS AND BAD LEGS Worst cases treated with VAREX Method Send lor Free Booklet. VAREX. LIMITED. Box 1558 Z. 21. Grey Street. Wellington. Local Rep : Nurse Vane-Wallace. 12. St. Kevin's Arcade. Karangahape Rd.. Auckland. RG LEASE WANTED .son SQ FT (approx.): Purchase, lease or Rent: conside" anything available—H. 9038 Star. x 4 WANTED TO LEASE HOSPITAL, Maternity. Auckland suburb 4-bed, fully booked till end of year; completely furnished and equipped; spttcious staff accommodation.-Par-ticulaYs. Lea:e. 0809, St_e. _i EXCHANGES statf UNIT 2 bedrooms, m Hamilton, exchange for similar house Auckland.-W. BSO9. Star. 2 SUITE of 5 Large Offices in modern building, handy Queen St., exchange for Smaller Offices; musfbe in City.-Write P.O. Box 1804. Auckland^ FURNISHED BUNGALOW, vicinity Remuera Post Office 2 bedrooms, lounge, dining room, kitchen, califont. gas stove: for similar. North Shore. Titirangi, Howlck. Period six months. Remal. Careful. WR _ TE B£ . MUj STAE _ s _
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945
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