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SITUATIONS VACANT TnE LEYS INSTITUTE, PONSONBY. JUNIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT, FEMALE. Applications, with testimonials, will be received nj to WEDNESDAY, loth August, for the abovi position. Salary: Minimum £95 per annum, plu cost of living bonuses. Conditions of appointmen may be had on application. Replies must b-» addressed to _____ THE LIBRARIAN. 1 CASHIER CASHIER. CASHIEF A Leading Retail Credit Company has vacanc: for Senior or Intermediate Girl as Cashier. Scim clerical work of an interesting nature included. Preference will be given to applicant! with previous clerical experience. Some knowledge of credit accounts would be an advantage The pcsilic-n oilers a fjcod salary, with ronditirV and prospect? above the average. in weV appointed and modem office. No Saturday work. Apply, giving full details of experience, ir I strictest confidence, to CASHIER, B.G. 0981. STAR. x< WANTED TO BUY ARMY HUT, 20 x 8, stud Gft 9in. —T. 1201, Star BOOTS, Shoes, Overcoats, doming. Electric Ughi Shades.—Vrede, 64. Victoria St. E BUGLE BEADS, bronze, black and colours; also Small Beads; good quantities required.—Write Beads, 0925, Star. x 9 COPPER, 12 or 14-gals: cast, Methven, or concrete frame.—Phone 36-115. xll CUT GLASS or Crystal, full set or odd pieces; getting married; cash.—Write B.G. 0932, Star. x 9 DOLL'S PRAM, cane, large.—H. 1252, STAR. 11 DOLLS or Doll's Parts; highest prices paid; alsc Human Hair, over Bin length.—Auckland Do] Hospital, 460, Karangahape Rd. D-J EWBANK Carpet Sweeper, also Hand Juicf Extractor.—Write H. 1502. Star. < FELTEX, approx 2yds, mottled fawn.—Phone 26-132. r FURNITURE, Chesterfield Suite, pre-war, as new; Dining Suite, modern, oak; Singer Sewing Machine. State price and particulars to N.B. 1420. Star. S MAGIC LANTERN and Slides, for boy.—Phone 42-963. xfl PIIOTOFLOOD BULBS, 500 watt; highest cash price offered.—Write H. 1454, Star or 22, Arcadia Rd., Epsom. 0 PICK-UP, with or without- Amplifier, for musical instrument.—Phone 64-359 (evenings), 25-284 (day). 1C RANGES, any condition.—Write particulars. Rebuilt Range Co.. 6. Broftvning St., Grey Lynn. Phone 18-204. x2O RUNNING SHOES", sizes 6, 7, V/z. —H. 1547, Star. x 9 SEWING MACHINE, suitable private home.— Phone 25-428. N SEWING MACHINE, treadle or hand; privately; urgent.—Ph. 17-585 (evening). 17 SfcW/NG MACHINES, any condition, very liberal prices.—Phone 78-450. D SEWING MACHINE, Singer preferred; need not be drcphead if good sewer.—Phone 17-085. xll SEWING MACHINE, any reliable make, required urgently, but must be reasonable.—Ph. 26-657. xll SEWING MACHINES, cabinet models, either Singer, Unity or New Home.—Phone 43-652. xll SEWING MACHINE, must be electric, only recent nodel considered.—Ring 51-120 (evenings onlv) xll SPRAY EQUIPMENT, complete or parts, good jrder.—Percival Oldridge. Phone 858 M, Rotorua. xIC TEA or Coffee Service, sterling silver; state price ind where seen.—B.G. 0959, Star x 9 TRICYCLE wanted urgently, any condition; suit ;hild 4-7; Immediate cash/-—B.G. 0976, Star, li IVEDDING TROUSSEAU — Will buy "Everything; spot cash.—Write B.G. 0931, Star. x 9 CAMERAS WANTED CAMERAS WANTEE ROLIFLEX CAMERA. Also DIRECT VISION %-PLATE CAMERA. Full particulars as to price, condition, age anc nake to ILLUSTRATIONS EDITOR, THE AUCKLAND STAR, P.O. Box 1409, Auckland. xj WANTED TO SELL SEA BOOTS, size 7; also Bicycle, needing little repairs.—Apply 129, Carlton Gore Rd., Newnarket. X 9 JETTEE, American, beige leather, £7; Fur Stole, E3; 2 Pairs Hair Clippers, £3; all as new.—3l, flackelvie St. (between 4 and. 5 p.m.). 11 SEWING MACHINES, or- will exchange, electric.— 31obe, 154, Queen St. Phone 40-295. N SHACKLOCK RANGE, No. 1, very little used; Copper Cylinder also.—Ring 36-197. S SHARES (6), Group 34, Northern Building Society: £98 12/ paid up; offers -invited.—H :394, STAR. < SINGER SEWING MACHINE, 66K, excellent conlition; £25.—Ring 44-350 (8-5). xIC SLNGER SHOP, Newmarket. — Specialists in tepairs. Reconditions.—Next Post Office. HE JINGER SHOP, Newmarket, lor Used Machines. ixpert Repair Service.—Next Post Office. H£ jINGER Sewing Machine, other makes, all prices, .lotors fitted, expert repairs. Parts.—Phone 63-499. Andrew, 11. Greenfield Rd.. Epsom. L iINGER and other Reliable Machines, all prices; .•ritten guarantee; free trial; prompt repairs.— /laster. Sheriff's Hill. Phone 78-450 N PLEDGES, Gates, Konakis, Cream Trucks, Con:rete Mixers,. Farm Carts, Swingletrees. Concrete 3 osts, Water Troughs, Pig Troughs, and Trailers 'lease write and tell us what you want. —Cooper md Curd, Ltd., Pukekohe. £ iOIL, good, heavy, Iree from stone, any quanrity. rheap. delivered.—Phone 63-057. Hi: lOLID FURNITURE, passed by Govt, inspectors; 'isit our showrooms. —Paxson's, cor. Swanson anci ilbert Sts. Phone 31-889. x 9 .OLID SINGLE BEDS and"Wires, from £5*19/6; >quabs in Tapestry Covers, wool or fibre filling.— 'axson's Furnisners, cor. Swanson and Albert Its. Phone 31-£B9. x 9 OUTHBEND LATHES for 1946 delivery.—Macnelll. 0, Wyndham St. 41-236. \ •PORTS COAT, Mans, genuine Brown Harri Tweed, hand-tailored, approx. size 5. —Write W 328. STAR. | XRAW, slightly damaged, 4/6 a bale. —218, Greai forth Rd., New Lynn. 1( TUDENTS' DESKS, with Bookshelves and Drawer ompact, strongly built; Ideal secondary students >ixie Furnishers, 353, Queen St. (above Towi lall). BUITS, latest English material, size s.—Phone 4-640. { IMBER, 12 x . 9xl, 6-inch Flooring, als< x 2, 4 x 3. 4 x 2, 3 x 2, 2 x 2, 6ft length: nly; Corrugated Iron; Orion Stove; Water Pipe oil Pipe; Doors, Sashes; Bxß Sections, suit ble for sheds.—l 97. Dominion Rd. 11 ACUUM CLEANER, Electric, British make, good action, had little use, as new; £16. —Write B.G. 377, STAR. S PATCHES, Ladies', Gent's, Wristlet; new leathei uitcases. —Meltzer, 61, Victoria St. West. > FRAME PICTURES and Colour"Photographs.— he Auckland Blind Co., 184. Symonds St. H£ r'HITE ORGANDIE, 10yds, 42in;~Whfte Hailstone et, 12yds, 45in..—Apply before 7 p.m., Jones, 6a dinburgh St.. Newton. x * WHEELBARROWS, standard cesign, sturdily jilt, with strongly bolted brackets and legs; I6ir rought Iron wheel; cash price 55/; easy terms 6 deposit, 2/6 weekly.—Machinery Dept.. Farmrs' Trading Co.. Auckland. t D' PICKER BED and Mattress, Child's, approx. 5f 3ft. —Phone 16-595 (this evening). ! INING SUITE, like new," well made, modern 2S; Unit Chesterfield Suite, new covering, sprung : 20; Writing Bureau with Bookcase at side. £4 ireside Chair, 37/6; Chester Lounge and ons hair suitable recovering. £2 15/; Fully Sprung ounge, only £4 15/. —Room 61, Brunswick Buildlg, 174, Queen St. . xi ROMORNE LINENS —Pure Linen Damasks reakfast Cloths, Towels, Sheets, Pillowcases mbroide.ry Linen, Duchess Sets; Handworke inen Bedspreads, Supper Cloths, etc.; all you xiuirements. —Dromorne Linen Co., Ltd., Fourt; loor, N.Z. Insurance Building, Queen Street uckland. x OSTESS BED SETTEE, single, like new. £1< )/; 3ft 6in Bed and Wire, 45/; Sideboard, £4 5/ Wardrobe, as new, £6; Chest Drawers, 45/ eather Chairs, -10/ each; Kitchen Chairs. 7/( ich; Double Mattress, £4 15/; Chesterfield Suite re-war, fully sprung, £29; Douglas Chair, £I.— oom 61, Brunswick Building, 174, Queen £t. x! EDROOM SUITE, 4-piece, Maple, D. Bed an< Wire, Pedestal, Mirrored Dressing Table, £18 10/ edroom Suite, Walnut Veneer, Full-length Mirro Wardrobe. Panel Bed and 4-ply Wire, Dressin; able with full-length mirror, £37; Kitchei hairs from 7/6; Child's High Chair. 30/; Sette nd Squab, £4 17/6; Oak Occ. Table, £2 2/6 'ak Tea Wagon, £2 15/; Gent's Tallboy. £7 5/.iew Furniture Mart, 112, Dominion Rd (cm lew Rd.). HESTERFIELD SUITES (2), Genoa velvet, £3 D/ and £32 10/; Dining Suite, 6-piece, dar mu, £35 10/; Scotch Chest, £3 15/; Solid Oai Wardrobe, as new, £14 10/; Folding Table, fel >p, £1 2/6; Seagrass Chair, £1 5/; Full-lengtl Cirror, £3 17/6; Kitchen Tables, from 6/; Bed >om Suite, 5-piece, dark rimu, £21 10/; pai teps, 12/6; Single Bed and Wire, £3 5/.—Viet urniture Mart, 112, Dominion Rd. (cnr. Vie\ d._). HILD'S HIGH CHAIR, 25/; Single Wire Mattress 30d order, £3 5/; Double Wire, only. £3 17/6 ouble Bed and Wire Wove, sound, £2; Kitciici hairs, plain wood, 8/6; Standard Lamp, 6ft high jautifully turned oak base, and large rose sil lade, £4 17/6; Plain fcolid Oak Dining Chair ather seat, 15/; Solid Oak Square Extensio: ining Table and 4 Low-backed Chairs, all turnc gs, £17 15/; Settee, sprung, upholstered Squat jht maple frame, £3 5/. Open Saturday morning reenwood's Corner Furnishers, 626, Manukau Rd ETURNED SERVICEMEN receive Special Dis >unt. Bedroom Suites. Chesterfield Suites, Dinin lites, pre-war manufacture. Oak Refectory Exten Dn Dining Table, Single Panel and Plain Bed id Wires, Rimu Dropleaf Table, Rimu Dinin lairs. Settee and Squab, Extra Squabs, Singl id Double Mattresses, Fireside Chairs, Oce ibles, Coffee Tables. Fireside Stools. Scotc lests, etc. —Kingsland Furnishers, 460, >rth Road, Kingsland (next Page's Store).

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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