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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945
lost and found Fiehirn L , a n°'VF „ TICKr - T . No. 455 A. - Return „ _" c ", 140. Calliope Rd. x 9 BADGE, R.S.A.. 63354.—Please return R.S.A. x 9 Epsom LE A„ G °, ld . P h ,?in. vicinity Oaklands Rd.. 64-364. " lonn 'Bht ago.—Finder please Ring CUy ' WedneS 9 9 S A ?' • ofl 6 '. 20 am - bus . s t- Heller's, anv hf J P l . a^ei ,and City, Wednesday. Please return 5 ,;' t ' lor Kohi-St. Heller's. Reward. Leave address witn driver. x 9 T?th-aS?* E , R ' °. veralls inside, between City and iitnangi, reward.—Phrmo 26-840. x 9 o.'r*. *'; YS , I3 >. between" Wellesley and Rutland streets to-day; reward.—Phone 26-446. x 9 black, Waterman, Wednesday, City.—Phone 30-045. x 9 horn rimmed. C.P.O. and Waterfront Tuesday; reward.—Phone 27-318. x 9 9^ S 5 ES A„ pink rims - Princess Theatre, MondayT regard. 38. Vermont St., Ponsonby. x 9 GLOVES, black kid, vie. Duffy's, Queen's Arcade, customs Street safety zone; reward—Phone 81-774 or 44-156. x 9 GOLD CHAIN and Pendant, rubies and pearls, oetween Parnell Tea Kiosk and Nurses' Home, Park Rd., Wed, night; reward.—Phone 43-075. x 9 HANDBAG, brown, in Point Chevalier tram or Avondale bus, containing money, valuable receipt books; reward.—H. 1541, Star. x 9 PHOTOGRAPH, Air Force, vicinity of Symonds St. and Grafton Rd.; reward. —Mrs. Antonelli, 2. MarellaFlats, Kensington Ave., Mt. Eden._ x 9 PIECE OF SHAFTING with groove. Pulley attached, vicinity Newmarket, Great South Rd.; reward.—Phone 20-873. x 9 PURSE, money, meat coupons and Australian stamps, Titirangi Beach; reward 10/.—Bus Co. 9 PURSE, small, containing sum of money, in Woolworths, Newton, Tuesday, August 7; reward. — Phone 80-333. 9 PURSE, small, black, containing two £1 notes, receipt with name, vicinity Franklin Rd., Douglas St.; regard.—Greer and Son, Douglas St., Ponsonby. » g RATION BOOK, near St. Leonard's Rd. tram stop: reword.—Phone 64-268. 9 SATCHEL, containing valuation papers; reward.— Phone 44-635. x 9 SHOE, lady's, brown suede and kid, size 5, be tween Peter Pan Cabaret and Civic Taxi Stand, Monday night; reward.—Phone 19-607 (after 6 P.m.) 9 STRING OF PEARLS, vicinity of Remuera; reward. —Phone 25-472. 10 WALLET, containing army paybooks, photos, between Carrie Hostel, Richmond Ave.; reward.— Phone_43-954. xlO WATCH, gold, oblong, leather strap, mother-of-pearl face; keepsake from deceased father; reward. Mallinson, c/o Alex. Harvey, Albert St. _ x 9 WATCH," ~~ gold. Chain" and Gold Medal attached, owner's name engraved H. Lunn, valued keepsake one brother in last war; good reward. — 25. Ireland St., Ponsonby. 15 WRISTLET WATCH, gent's, chromium, name on back; reward.—Finder Phone_ 78-357. 10 WRISTLET WATCH, lady's." small, Swiss, somewhere between Papatoetoe Town Hall and Manurewa, on August 8; reward. —Phone 31-098. 9 WRIST WATCH, gent's, Wednesday evening, near corner of Kensington Ave., Dominion Rd.; sentimental value, presentation; reward. —Ring 32-735. Heselton. between 8 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. 9 £20 REWARD for Suitcase and Contents removed in error from Store Room, Clarence Street. Devonport. Phone 70-027. *10 FOUND, Watch, Penrose; owner have same pay advert. —267. Mount Smart Road. x£ FOUND, Purse, in Lewis Eady Hall, April last. — Apply Instrument Counter, Lewis Eady, Ltd. 9 FOUND, Grey Knitting and Needles. Dominion Rd.. containing letter to Betty.—Phone 63-714. 9 STRAYED AND IMPOUNDED STRAYED, Budgie, blue, with white head. Parnell district; good reward. —Ring _4 1 - 522. xll CLUB NOTICES CUMBERLAND, WESTMORLAND ASSOCIATION— Saturday. August 11, Manchester Unity Hall. Special Dancing, Cards, Items. 9 JOVIAL SOCIAL CLUB (for Lonely PeoplesSocial and Dance. Members. Guests; invitation only. Balmoral Bowling Club Hall. Saturday. August 11, 8 p.m. sharp. 9 PT. CHEVALIER EX-SERVICES' Social Club (Inc.). —Members please note: Admittance to Club by Membership Card only.—A. B. Sharpe, Hon. Secretary. • MATRIMONIAL A RETIRED Lady Farmer, of middle age, very pleasant disposition, agile, refined, would be pleased to share Companionship. Home. Matrimony with a Retired Congenial Gentleman. Personal introduction arranged confidentially by Miss Stainton, Box 1351, Auckland. References required. 9 YOUNG~MAN~desires companionship with Young Lady, view matrimony.—H. 1396, Star. 9 17, REW'S CHAMBERS (opp. C.P.O.).—Gerard's Matrimonial Correspondency Club. Interviews free. CATHERINE WALLIS Desires to arrange an introduction between Lady, 36, with XJniversity education, and Gentleman with similar standing, with view Friendship and subsequent Marriage. _ BOX 81W, AUCKLAND. 9 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 of 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. Reis. required. Country 9 FLATS TO LET FLAT, unfurn., 2 rooms and balcony, share convs.: not suitable children; Grey Lynn.—Ring 18-112. x 9 ~ TO LET HOIISF unfurn. 4 rooms, needs renovations, usual convs " close Penrose Station and bus: fair rent 32/6: will accept 30/ rent; 2 years in advance.—H. _1406._ STA R. 9 APARTMEXTS VACANT BED AND BREAKFAST, or Beds only.—Phone 41-546. .-- 1 BED SITTING ROOM, double* furn., twin beds: men 0.:1y.—85. Wakefield St. » BED SITTING ROOM, double, furn. —Call, 2, St James' Square, after 7. 9 bed"SITTING ROOM, double, furn., own kitchenette.—2, Arawa St.. Grafton. 9 BEIT SITTING ROOM," £u . rn 'U h s ®' e p Ct -, 7 q i l ( if t: b " s 'o ness person: tray optional.—Phone 27-261. \J RT.D sITTiNG ROOSI, Double, single beds, breakfast; men friends or business couple. 171, Grafton Road. — FLAT' to let. Grafton, self-contained, 2 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bath, e.h.w.. garden, rent £3. adulfs only.-Write H. 1456, Star. 9 550 M 'single, furnished, linen, morning tray -—1, Green Mansions. Sarawai St., Newmarket. — -— ROOMS with tra.v. suit clean working men. Address. 42, Wynyard St. XJ ROOMsTThare. gents only; reasonable.-23. Mt Eden rtd.. nearJSymonds St.. —ii SALVATION ARMY Auckland - Patnotlr EtSfL^ron^ St Bed P -a'nd St ßr=t.-£ Open all night week days -™ vnifvG WOMAN, husband overseas wants another. Share Flat. 3 months; £1. inclusive: no lmen.H. 1399. STAR. amrtmexts wanted 7.., c-nRf'F Officer (returned) and wife urgently require Flat Hou,e.-W_i279. Star^lO nirn sYttTn G ROOM, with cooking convs., respectable young man. non-smoker, non-diinkei. W. 1333, STAR. . ——7 —Fitting ROOM, cooking convs.. electric day), or u-nte W. 131 J. &tak. — jrXrTTWTTr Rooms married couple, 2 chadren 1 school age.—W. 1192. &tar._ Full Board. ReUuned Eoldicr, wife, anl son 6 years; urgent—Phone 41-108. *» ~~ ntjc t? furn. or unfurn., with cooking O^c?nnv S -gnehunga.-H,.150 8 9 — _ ttoif House s.c., police constable and El# -™ ■ e 0 Cenl '' ol po " ce station - - ' ■ — —„ r „nfu n ■ 2 Business Girls: preferably f v^^V^isfeVi^ A -Vh — by Marr ed Couple with f L^,d? el pay° UP W te | 3 by io/ per week-Phone Kiwi requires Room in or near H 1489, STAR. • . . — ~Vrrn —cpRVirFMAX wants Unfurn. Flat or gS B^ g D enf.-AV™^e_Ave. 9 78-777. after 6 P.ni. ioSavH, To d r C e CO POAV. or wit r h lat Engl}s r h' wiK F °on e -W. 9 ■pn\RRAL DIRECTORS Director, 367. Parnell Rd. Phone 43-768. any nmuFT,ORAL KMBIiEMS . r>*.rv rq Karansrahape Hd., Auckland s Snf.FlorisU;Brida n l Bouguet SpecialistsRing 41-° -^ n ) t - Wori ;. Wreaths. Bouquets, etc. ra ?£ h Park Rd.. 43-632 (all hours). HS .»IQNUMEXTAIi MASONS T AND mason. M ' 109 SYMONDS STREET. AUCKLAND. And Bridge and Grey Streets. Hamilton ¥ ANUFACTDRERS so O| v MONUMENTAL
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945
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