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— PPBLIQ KOTICgg NOTICE OF TRANSFER OF taW?°K f h N , D ?S? of Kaeo. HotelLicenle to resort S^h 01 Ba Accommodation Kaw and tao^ as °thi h S.n, , ?f em i ses situate a ' hereby give tw e , V ? ie Swan Hotel . °° wlllat thl S2»f T. that . l desire to obtain, - at Kaeo the 30th day of July, 1945. ; . R. A. STOW. AUCKLAND GOODB DISTRICT In " ea Awa?d?d h^ le t ? ate S ?. u . e toWW e Increases awarded by the Arbitration Court. on ufe^ffi 3^^ 6 S en S ral Publlc following Tribunal «,.} oi? 1 tL Goods Services Charge! AUCKLAND CONTROL 8 E. J. PRICE. Secretary. THE ""KIANDJLEggUC POWER BOARD. be N sh C ,?tHit„ he ? eby given that the Supply will urgent hurt? /.ST -„ the ?. urpose of carrying out NFXT 59° « tens >on alterations on TUESDAY l£m and A T St „ m l94s ; be t tween the hours of transformer arel-^- m - ta undermentioned 0 ™ (No ' 1 Trans " B. H. BARTLEY, M.1.E.E.. M.L.Mech.E.. • General Manager. 6 PAPATOETOE TOWN BOARD. grSted A^rm^ d , H ? :key Association has been t0 ch A TBe toT admission to Auguftl?'aSfaSSS*?' G S eat So"" 1 *oad. on august ii, September 1 and September 8, 1945. 8 (Signed) JEAN PINFOLD. Acting-Town Clerk. SHIPPING UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF N.Z., LTD. Sailings, Circumstances Permitting: ~S" 8n al "j .Cargo Services WelllngtonLyttelton, Wellington-Picton to South Sea Islands, Australia. Particulars on application WAS? R^ Ly ' rTEI,TON - FROM WELLINGTON: WAHINE . Mon., Wed., Fri., 7.30 p.m TJM.mL" 010 "' FROM WELLINGTON: TAMAHINE_ Mon., Wed., Fri.. 2 p.m. ~,m . — CARGO SERVICES: WELLINGTON, DUNEDIN. BLUFF TIMARU LYTTELTON: Steamers Early. «,„„„.„™ GISBORNE: MARGARET W T ues., August 7, noon. Booking Agents for Union Airways of N.Z., F«!r.,ir tra i t A, irwaySl . Ta ™ an Empire Airways and all other Principal Air Lines. MAIN OFFICE: 36-38, Quay, Street East. Telephone 49-430. city passenger OFFICE: 103. Queen Street. CANADIAN AUSTRALASIAN LINE. UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD., Agents Throughout New Zealand. D NOBTHEBN STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED. Sailings, Circumstances Permitting. CARGO, Usual Services to all Coastal Porta. PASSENGERS, GREAT BARRIER. Full Particulars and Bookings. Please Phone 32-730 (three lines), also 40-750 and 45-094. K. 5.6. COMPANY. LIMITED. Quay Street. D

SHAW SAVILL LINES. TO ENGLAND. TO SOUTH AFRICA. The Line's Passenger Services provide for First-class Cabin Class and Tourist Class Passengers, but each vessel carries only one of theso classes. SHAW SAVILL AIO ALBION CO.. LTD., (Inc. in England). Wellington. Agents Throughout New Zealand. O THE DEVONPORT STEAM FEBRT CO., LTD. WAIHEKE REGULAR CARGO SERVICE. A cargo vessel owned and operated by the Devonport Steam Ferry Co., Ltd., will maintain a regular daily service between the City and Matlatia, Prompt carrier delivery arranged. Cargo received at Ferry Building 8.0 a.m. to 5.0 p.m. MONDAYS to THURSDAYS, and 8.0 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. FRIDAYS. Vessel sails from Auckland at 9.30 a.m. Charges pre-paid or on monthly account to approved Arms. c EDUCATIONAL- ' GOING AHEAD! What every ambitious man wants to do is to go ahead in his trade or business. The I.C.S.—which Is world wide—can definitely help you to achieve success, even if your means and education are limited. At home, during spare time, the I.C.S. can train you for a better job and a successful career. Choose your subject. Draughtsmanship Plastics Anal. Chemistry Concrete Work Quantity Estimating Foundry Work Applied Mathematics Radio Eng. Carpenter and Joiner Diesel Eng. Wireman's License Refrigeration Over 300 I.C.S. Courses, training being practical and thorough. Call or write for Free I.C.S. Porspectus, stating your subject, trade or profession. Do not delay—act TO-DAY! INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, Dept. 8., N.Z. Insurance Building, Auckland. RMS BRAIN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, LIMITED. It Is Advisable To ENROL NOW For Earliest Possible Entry. TERM, STARTS FROM DATE OF ENTRY. 612, N.Z. INSURANCE BUILDING, AUCKLAND. Phone 48-288.

PARTNERSHIPS, FINANCIAL, ETC. BOMBER, Liberty. Wool Bonds, National Savings, any quantities purchased.—Securities Exchange, 11. Hellaby's Bldg.. Queen St. Phone 43-050. A LARGE or Small Sums oSered at 4 per cent long term. Existing Ist and 2nd Mortgages Purchased. P.O. Box 1381. Phone 43-o,'iO. A LEGAL PRACTICE, Auckland City, for sale.—For particulars, apply Equity, 9822, STAB. 6 £100 WANTED by Returned Mikidle East Man. urgent; will repay £150 at £2 a week; good rets.—Write M. 8901. Star. x 6 RADIO APPARATUS FOR SALE COURTENAY 5-Valve, good order, £11.-2, St. James' Square, after 6. x 6 STEWART-WARNER Radio, good nick, dual wave, 5-valve, mantel model; £10 cash. —112, Arthur St.. Onehunga. x 6 ALL RADIO REPAIRS BIT QUALIFIED RADIOTRICIANS. Prompt Attention to All Inquiries. JOHNS, LIMITED, Radio and Sound Engineers, John's Building, Chancery Street. PHONE 49-054, MS RADIO AND ELECTRICAL SERVICING. As several of our men l;ave bt~sn released from the Armed Forces, we tnn now undertake REPAIR WORK for Household Electrical and Radio Equipment. Phone 32-700. BOND Sc 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 seti arrive.—Charles Begg & Co.. Ltd.. 112, Queen St. CRYSTAL PICK-UP, must be in good condition; also Rotary Converter, D.C. to A.C.; will pay good price—Write M. 9889. Star. x 8 RADIO, recent model, suitable small fiat; cash buyer.—Phone 42-680. MH BADIO small, suitable bedside, not too dear; urgent.—Convalescent. 0805. Star. _x 8 RADIO. MUSICAL OHscellaneons) ATLANTA RADIOS, 33. High St., for Repairs. We collect and Deliver.—Phone 43-333. D 4 n c or Universal Qramo. Motor; Buy or Exchange H.M.V. Synchronous A.C.—Ring Blyth, 43-539. business hours. I EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS at low cost.—Ring Ripley's Radios. 11. Customs St. West. N rnnnMASTER'S Repairs, Accessories, QramoohcSS—3ss Queen St., above Town Hall. MH —ALBERT RADIO SERVICES.—We Buy, Sell and R*r>*lr Radios—Phone 31-105. :Vt mt —FDEN RADIO SERVICE.— Ring 63-830 fot RPiiahle Repairs. Sets lent. Courtenay Agents. U radio" SERVICING by Expert Registered Radii - triclans—F. W. Mountjoy. 54-285. Est. 10 years. STC RADIO SERVICE, Phone 44-449— E. R. and Co.. 17. Strand Arcade. Auckland. N ALL MAKES OF RADIOS SERVICED BY EXPERTS. Reasonable Charges and Prompt Attention. Beasona p hone 25-296. Local 123 D. FATNB BROS. MOTORS. OTAHUHU. N „,.,„ RFPAIRS BADIO REPAIRS. *r£Ea-B RADIO SERVICE DEPARTMENT EMPLOY ONLY SKILLED TECHNICIANS. ESest equipment used Any makes of sets repaired promptly. rnABLES BEGG AND CO., LTD., nnr. VulcaS £Tne and Queen St. Phone 32-320 L FISHER'S REFRIGERATION, BADIO AND ELECTRICAL SALES AND SERVICE. 494 Queen Street. Phone 40-608. .« '♦„ every make of Radio. - Electrical and Refrigerators. Phone us for Appllances immediate prompt service. _ An una PHONE 40-608. L Phone 40-608. .-p. B l BADIO ENGINEERS E * Are at YOUR SERVICE at - *" WISEMANS, ~ The Firm that SPECIALISES In RADIO TUTO ELECTRICAL REPAIRS. PHONE 32-427 And let the Experts Collect your Radio for REPAIRS AND RECONDITIONING. WISEMANS, _ t*. H M V. and MULLARD Agent* QueeiTStreet, Auckland.,, MP

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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