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LOST AND FO:JM) ANNUAL FERRY TICKET; reward.—Walker, 28 Clifton _ Rd.. Takapuna. _ x BASKET. Green, ccntain'ng Saxe Blue Dressin; Cown: sick lady; reward.—S. 9582, Star. • BROOCH, silver filigree, with gold heart ii centre; Middle East keepsake; reward. — Phom 17-348. - CARRIER'S HAND TUUCK, New Lynn, Thursday reward.—Foodstuffs (Auck.). Ltd., 30-045. CRANK HANDLE, Fridry. vicinity Paice Av. reward.—4. Milton Rd.. Mt. _Eden. x< ENVELOPE, containing Gold Chain, with Stai Pendant, probably early June; keepsake; £. reward.—S.P. 939LJ5 tar. - ENVELOPE,, containing sum of money, between Waihoehoe Rd., Drury, Puni school and Papakura; reward.—Finder please communicate with S. Evans, Phone 15G, Papakura. x 1 GOLD BROOCH,~Yale~Key.~Fe~rry BldgTcrossing Sunday; keepsake.—B. Burns St.. Gey Lynn, jcGOLD CUFF LINK, round, star-shaped engraving. Mt. Eden or City, Tuesday. July 24.—Findex I please Ring 48-411_or 61-715. _ Reward. ( HANDBAG, black; finder keep money, return glasses.—Phone 32-606. 4 HANDBAG, brown leather, containing mmsy, ration books, etc.. between Brown Hygienic D.iirv, Market Rd.. and 27, Cornwall Park Avenue: good reward.—Apply 27, Cornwall Park Ave. x 4 HANDBAG, black, containing large sum money, fountain pen. Social Security bock, ration bock, correspondence, etc.. vicinity Currcn St.. Heme Bay. 'ihursday evening; owner desperately in need of money; .eward. —Finder please Ring 50-314. 4 HUB CAP, Chevrolet Car, 2.30 Friday. Newton P. 0.; reward. —Reply King's Billiards Room. 7 LOCKET, Gold. Heart-shaped, initialled M.S.P.. Friday night.—Ring 63-368. x 4 .MUSIC CASE." brown leather, Friday. 27 th, in Gillies Ave.—Ring 63-838. x 4 PEARL BROOCH, last Friday; finder rewarded.— Ring 71-492. X 4 PEARLS, Double String, between Mt. Eden-City July 27; reward.—Phone 54-119. 4 PENDANT, taxi. Queen St. or Williamson Ave.; reward.—l 9. Maekelvie St., Grey Lynn. 4 PERSON removing Lady's Coat from Cloakroom of New market Social Hall last night (Friday* please re'urn at once to Mrs. Thcmcoa, 6. Blake St.. Ponsonby. x 4 PURSE, small, black, money inside. Thursday. July 26.—Phone 26-431. 4 PURSE, small, containing 2 £5, £1, 10 note and silver, bo'tem of Queen St. or Birkenhead; reward.—S. 9764. Star. x 7 PURSE, Black, broken strap, containing keys, between Burgoyne St. and Newton Rd.; reward. 14. Burgoyne St. ' x 4 PURSE, small, black, containing diamond rine, wrapped in envelope, Sunday. July 1, vicinity Eden Terrace; reward.—F. 9098, Star. _ x 4 RING, Solitaire Diamond, within last two weeks. Phone 54-090. 4 RUBY CROSS, small, on Gold" Chain. Saturday morning. Mt. Roskill; reward. —34. Fearon Av.. Mt. Rcskill. • x 4 c.tiACLE CASE, 'containing Waaf's money. Thursday, vicinity Symonds St. and Mt. Eden Rd.; name in case: good reward. —Write F 9256. Star. 4 TONGUE SHOE, child's, black, vicinity Ponsonby. Apply 232. Jcrvois Road. x 4 WALLET, containing photos, money, name and addrrrs; reward.—Phone 63-638. x 4 WALLET, embossed S. Guest, containing money, car registration, cheque book, etc.; substantia reward offered to_ finder.—Please ring 45-725. y" WALLET, small, brown, containing money and photos, Friday afternoon, in railway tram cr bstvesn tram stop and Colonial Mutual Bldg.— Phone 20-880. _ x 4 WATCH, Wristlet, Pierce, black ribbon strap, about J «. week ago. between Smith and Caughey's and 3elmont; reward.—B. Egremont St., Takapuna. 4 WRISTLET WATCH, Lady's, goid. yesterday afte noon. City or tram; reward.—S. 9596. Star. 4 WRISTLET WATCH, Lady's R.G., 9-carat band, engraved "Mum" at back, between Fanners' or bus or MacKenzie's; reward.—Phone 49. Henderson. ______ 4 £•£. VICINITY Three Lamps. Ponsonby; reward. Phcne *5-110 (Monday). x 4 £5 REWARD—Wages Book, between Otahuhu and City, name and address inside.—Finder please return to Owner, 3. Avon St., Parnell. 4 FOUND, Eversharp Pencil, initialled.—Phone 25-220. 4 FOUND, Fox Terrier Puppy. Male, white and 'an.—Phone 42-700. 4 FOUND. Bangle, owner have same paying cost of advt.—Phone 42-405. 4 STRATEP AXP LMPpUXPEP BAY GELDING, lost or stolen from 19. King.sley 3t., Grey Lynn, iortnight ago.—Reward for infornation to above address. x 4 STRAYED, Black and Tan Terrier, from 11. Akaana Ave., Mt. Roskill.—Phone 61-557. x 4 STRAYED, Black Persian Kitten, lrom 20. Buckland ;;Rd;; Epsom.—Please Ring 60-046. 4 ?OUND, Dog, Sydney Silkie, female.—Owner please :ing 54-538. * x 4 MATRIMONIAL GENTLEMAN, middle-aged, lonely, in comfortable position, desires acquaintance, homely Protestant Lady, view to matrimony.—Reply to Orphan, P.O. Box 91, Hamilton. x 6 GENTLEMAN, retired, Christian, country home, seeks through my organisation Introduction to Christian Lady, elderly, to share home, Matrimony. Confidential intioduction arranged by Miss Stainton, Box 1351, Auckland. References required. 4 MAN, good appearance, means, 30's, like correspond Young Lady of good family, view mat imony.—S. 8308. Star. 4 MAN, broad-minded, own home, wishes meet Woman, over 30 preferred, no objection divorcee or unmarried mother, view Matrimony.—S. 9664. Star j 4 MAN (40). single, good job. tired borPding. wishes to meet Girl or Widow (30-35), own home, children no objection, view matrimony.—Wiite F. . 9219. Star. * 4 WiDOW, 44, slim, dark, genuinely wishes to meet Sincere Man, view matrimony.—S. 9750, Star, xl WIDOWER, free, regular work (54), would like to meet lady with home, view marriage; Protestant.—S. 9522, Star. 4 17, KEVV'S CHAMBERS (opp. C.V.0.). —Gerard's Matrimonial Correspondence Club. Interviews lrec L A WORKING MAN (60). excellent ; personal credentials, seeks through my organisation introduction to Homely, Congenial Lady of working class, to share Matrimony and companionship in comfortable, humble home.—lntroduction arranged by Miss Stainton, Box 1351. Auckland References i required. 4 MISS STAINTON, Box 1351. Auckland, invites Returned Servicemen desiring introduction (discreetly and confidentially) to write ♦heir request. I will help you find your "ideal companion and take a personal interest in each individual request. My fee is £2 2/ in advanre for my services until suited. References required. 4 YOUNG BACHELOR, sheep farmer, educated, refined, desires Introduction through my organisation to a Refined Young Lady desiring Matrimony and country life in beautiful seaside surroundings near Auckland. References required.— Introduction arranged by Miss Stainton, Box 1351 Auckland. 4 \R£ YOU LONELY? — MAKE MORE FRIENDS. Join New Pen Friends* Circle. All ages. View Matrimony. North and South Island Contacts. Confidential. Annual Membership: Men £1, Ladies 10/! Write CONTACT CENTRE. P.O. Box 231, Auckland. S MATRIMONIAL OPPORTUNITIES. ] THE CATHERINE WALLIS CORRESPONDENCE I DLUB has Members in all parts of N.Z. There is i suitable contact for you: Confidences respected. Fees moderate. BOX 81W, AUCKLAND. 4 MISS STAINTON'S INTRODUCTION SERVICE, BOX 1351, AUCKLAND. I wish to make clear to persons interested in any of my individual advertisements in this ] column that it is imperative that they forward references as to their personal integrity and be i desirous of Membership of my Club before Intro- , Suction can be arranged. All correspondence mailed under plain seal envelope pnd is strictly :onfidential. Inquiries welcomed.—Miss Stainton. 4 VIISS STAINTON'S INTRODUCTION SERVICE, ' BOX 1351, AUCKLAND. <j Life Is so complex and the natural craving of s :he human neart so easily misunderstood that j nany a lonely soul suffers in silence for the need : f this Service Miss Stainton is so fitted to ! •ender. Lonely People, YOUNG AND AgED. , tICH OR POOR, desiring Introductions through ' iy organisation, write me fullest particulars of ; rourself and your request. I will help you. fci. ee. £2 2/ in advance. All correspondence und~ i lain seal. References required. 4 1 FUNERAL PIRECTORS j lAMERON, JOHN, Three Lamps, Ponsonby.— ( . •hone 26-137. Residence IS-076. TS i lOOPER AND CURD, LTD.. Pukekohe Funeral J Hrector. Phone 15, after hours 1198, 416. TS j THICKPENNY, Funeral Director, Takapuna, - fight Phone 79-302, day Phone 78-449. WS4 £ ,A\riS N. C., Funeral Director nad Florist. 292-4, i ipminion Rd. Phone 61-321. Private Chapel. S j [. MORRIS, LTD., Funeral Directors. Devonport. : rivate Chapel.—Phone 70-130. WS g IcIVOR AND SONS, LTD., Funeral Directors. 434. .2 larangahape Rd. Phone 40-689. WS < y MORRISON, Funeral Director, 367. Parnell I ;d. Phone 43-768, any hour. HS J FLORAL EMBLEMS t LL Branches Floral Work. Wreaths. Bouquets, etc. - nrie's. 19, Park Rd., 43-632 (all hdsrs). H3 - RIUAL BOUQUET Artist, Specialist in Floral x /ork. —Miss Carney. 69, Karangahape Rd. Ring «= 3-035. Night 60-550. WS g MONtMKNTAI, MASON'S £ I c N A B AND MASON. S 109. SYMONDS STREET. AUCKLAND. T And Bridge and Grey Streets. Hamilton. B MANUFACTURERS Of MONUMENTAL ° MASONRY HS S1 _______ T [EMORIALS cleaned, ' EXTRA LETTERING ADDED. Inquiries receive Drompt attention. ? R. W. JACOBSEN, I 28, Warwick Avenue (off Garnet Road), s V/es.mere, V..2. 4 i

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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