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PERSONAL E.—Will be in town to-night, usual time; hope you can make it.—F. x 8 I. A. PARSONS wishes to thank Percy Chapman. Handbag received 8 JACK.—Meet me, Post Office, 7.45 to-night.—Anne. 8 LADY would like to meet a Lonely Lady, 35-40. able to drive a car, view Friendship.—Write B.G. 0953. Star. x 8 MISPRINT; should have been bricks; I get thf* blame for everything.—Dream. x 8 WOULD Mr. Boyle, who rang last week. . lease ring 80-022. Urgent. 8 ZOO, last Easter Time—Looked, seen, in company With two older adults. Interested? x 9 T HANK S. I wish to sincerely thank the two gentlemen (car license 129632 and Morris van) who so kindly ! assisted me on Sunday night when my car broke ! down at Waimauku. 8 G. T. PENNELL. BUSINESS PERSONALS DETECTIVES — Australasian Private Detective Agency; confidential inquiries; latest equipment: results guaranteed.—Phone 62-881. xll 100 SEWING MACHINES wanted, to £30 electric, ! £25 treadle.—Faraday's, Phone 43-652. xIQ i BALFOUR, IRVINE & WEBSTER, LTD., QUALIFIED OPTICIANS. Phone 110, QUEEN STREET 48-111 100. KARANGAHAPE ROAD 45-009 24, VICTORIA STREET. HAMILTON ... 3141 BANK STREET. WHANG AREI 2416 K H. W. F R O S T, LIMITED, SURGEON DENTIST, JELLICOE CHAMBERS, Corner Queen and Wyndham Streets. PHONE 48-232. Hours— MONDAY to THURSDAY 9 to 5 FRIDAY 9 to 6 SATURDAY 8.30 to 12 K HOWEY WALKER. DENTISTS. Corner 'Opposite John Court, Ltd. 209, QUEEN STREET. K KEEN'S BEAUTY PARLOURS. 18. STRAND ARCADE. Specialise in MACDONALD STEAM WAVING EUGENE WAVING WELLA STEAM AND OIL. MACHINELESS. Phone 40-155 for Appointment. WS4 KLEXEMA SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS, fourth Floor, DINGWALL BUILDING. QUEEN STREET. Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis, Seborrhoea, Baldness, Alopecia, Baby Eczema, Successfully Treated. Also Facial Treatment. Phone 41-374. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.. Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. And the NATIONAL BANK BLDG., HAMILTON. Phone 1611. KLEXEMA (N.Z.) LTD. K MAKE YOUR SPRING CLOTHES, While You Learn DRESSMAKING. CUTTING AND FITTING, At the SEL-PHIT SCHOOL OF DRESSMAKING, Second Floor, Plaza Theatre Building, . 236, Queen Street. Phone 41-322. MISS K. D. ASHTON. Principal. x 9 MATRIMONIAL ' ELDERLY Lady, sincere and refined, would like to meet Gentleman, view matrimony.—Reply Refined, c/o Burns, Stationer. Te Awamutu. x 8 MISS STAINTOn, Box 1351, Auckland, invites Lonely Country Folk living in remote areas, v.hd have 'little social opportunities of meeting their "ideals" personally. Write me. I will help you through correspondence which is mailed to you under plain seal. Fee £22/. Refs. required. 8 A PARTICULARLY FINE PERSON of middle-age. TRAINED NURSE (Widow), Has requested me to arrange introduction Tor her through my organisation to a Retired Gentleman offering good credentials as to personal Integrity view Companionship and Matrimony. MISS STAINTON, Box 1351, Auckland. 8 NUMEROUS NEW CLIENTS are desiring Introductions view Matrimony SYLVIA GERARD, 17, Rew's Chambers, Opposite C.P.0., Invites Young and Elderly Lonely People to write, call. No obligations. Established many years. 8

I'IiPILS WANTED ABOUT DRIVING Appointments—Learn Professionally and economically. Licenses obtained. Cars. provided.—Leighton Driving School, Ph. 63-134. D 1 AUCKLAND"SCHOOL OF MOTORING: efcabT 1938. Thorough rapid tuition, including traffic. Latest Cars provided.—P.O. Box 941. Phone 16-303. D 4 AUTOMOBILE DIUVING—Expert Rapid " Tuition. Cars provided.—Consult Kiwi Motor Driving Academy, Phone 20-940. D 4 THE DE GUISE SCHOOL, Professional Chambers, High Street. Box 2014. Auckland. Elocution. Public Speaking, Dramatic Art. A. Mickie, principal. Interviews Monday, Tuesday. Friday.. 12.30-1.30. 8 EARN 5/ TO 10/ PER HOUR WRITING DISPLAY CARDS AND TICKETS. Full or Part Time Job. Free Illustrated Booklet sows you how. Write .now McKAY'S ART SCHOOL, P.O. Box 367. Wmganui. K MAKE MONEY QUICKLY—MAKING ART CRAFT Novelties in spare time at nome. Ready Market. Free Outfit Provided. Write NOW for Free Prospectus. ARTCRAFT STUDIOS. P.O. BOX 264. WANGANUI. A FPU WOMEN SISTER ALICE, Mental Healer, Psychologist.—l 4. Northland St., Grey Lynn. Phone 2G-083. G SLEEPER EARRINGS, 9ct gold, for pierced ears, 10/6 pair.—E M. Dawson, 292 a. Queen St.. Auckland 11 H OLIDAY ACCOM. VAC AX '1 ACCOM.. Queensclifl Hotel, l, Scotia Piace. Queen St. Bed and Brea-Klast.—Phone 44-184. D 4 ARUNDEL HOTEL, Waterloo Quadrant. Auckland, is now taking bookings lor Casual Guests. Room and Breakfast only.—Phone 48-150. p 4 GRANDE VUE, 3, Princes St.. below Grand Hotel. Casual Accommodation. —Phone 40-089. 8 HOTELTiLENALvON. Waterloo Quad.. Ist class, 3 mln. walk Station or City.—Phs 40-678. 42-214 D 4 ONEAANGI PRIVATE HOTEL lor Your Winter Vacation; log fires, amusement hall, inaoor bowls. Phone 3K or write tor reservation. D 4 SEAVIEW LODGE, ONETANGI —Open all the vear round. Lovely walks and log fires.—Phone 3A, or write. 1 _ ( WS4 VEN TNOR, Devonport, delightfully situated on the North Shore.. 5 mln. ferry :■ casual accom.— Phone 70-466. D 4 GREAT BARRIER ST, CLAIR HOSTEL. NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS. Good Accommodation, Beautiful Scenery, Sport, Fishing, Boating. Horse Riding. Swimming. Tariff 16/ day. For Reservations, PHONE 25-529. D 4 T K Y* MACK'S PLACE, WAIHI BEACH GUEST HOUSE. For complete rest. First-class table. Tariff, £5 5/ week, 17/6 day. Returned Services in uniform. 10 per cent reduction. - Telegrams: Waibeach. WS JOiiN A. C. McOORMACK, Prop. ACCOM. VVAMKU BACH, East Coast beaches, August school holidays, sleep s.—Phone fil-100. x 8 BACH, lor 3 weeks, lrom December 22; good price. Phone' 27-796. x 8 BACH sleep 6, Laoour week-end, Oneroa or Surltlale.—w. 1172, Star. 8 BACH sleep 6, Titirangi. North Shore or Waiheke. Labour week-end.—Write B.G. 0950. Star. ..nil Christmas, £3 4' week; sleep 4; careful; From Dec. 22, Waihi-Tauranga.-Write 61, Wanganui Avenue Heme Bay. x 9 BOATS FPK SAJjE • •iROIIT SHIP" and steer for Speedwell. Exchange T iPo P„v fir sell Boats, any kind.-31-198. TWH OUTBOARD, Johnson, 3'* 2 h.p.. Master Twin, little use; £58.—Motor Exchange, Ltd., 25, Rutland Street. AUXILIARY CRUISERS, well found, £310. £750, £1350" Keelers. 24ft. 36ft, 38ft, 42ft; Special, 36ft v aioft x sl,£ft,"5 l ,£ft," Marconi yawl, 7 sails, as new, has everything. £500; 18-Footers, from £120; Y s, from £80* Clinker Rowing Boats, Bft, 10ft, 12 ft , wit? or Without l'/4, 2 1 .2, 3!i h.p. Outboards.Speedwell, Exchange Lane. RRIDGEDECK AND CRUISING LAUNCHES, from 22ft to 54ft Diesel and Petrol Fishing allsizes up to 48ft; Auxiliary Cruising Launches ail sizes ui cutter, 'ketch. JcCner rigs; 70h Motor Sailer; Good Selection 18ft V and T Classes; also Z and Frostbites; Pi mahouts 12 to 22ft; New and Used Marine Fnelnes Diesel and Benzine, 45 to 143 h.p.: Out-' boards, 3V2 and 5 h.p.; terms. Marine Insurance Arranged. A. DONOVAN, 217, Victoria Arcade. Phone 44-534 (Office), 16-075, 81-574 (residence). 8 BOATS WANTED ADVERTISER anxious secure Frostbite, all gear, sound condition.—Ph. 49-114. or 27-452 evenings. x 9 OUTBOARD MOTOR, 1-5 li.P.. 10-12 ft Dinghy; buy separate: inspect anywhere.—44-534, 16-075. 8

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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