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PERSONAL. ALL War Widows desirous of forming a GetPeatfield. Acting-General' Secretary Y.W.C.A.. Main Building. Phone 40-754. 10 AROX.—Looking forward to 3 p.m., 11th. So make it.—B. 1.0 ARTISTS for Amateur Revue Company—Singers, male and female, and Novelty Items.—Write 8.G.. 0987, Star. ,_ xll BOBBY—I love you more every day.—Rupert. 11 FREDERICK FRANCIS HALL, formerly of Auckland, carpenter, please communicate with P.O. Box Urgent. 10 scandalising my name I will take legal proceedings. (Signed) Mrs. H. R. MacKay. 52a,JJnion St. 13 LADY, 48, would like the friendship of" another Lady, view to outings, pictures, visiting.—F. IG9O. Star. 10 MANY thanks to person who kindly returned Ration Book.—Mrs. Johnson, Titirangi Rd.. New Lynn. . 10 WILL Young Men interested soul-winning, iorming band '•Open-air Campaigners," contact Box 119. Newmarket. Genuine. 10 HELP OUR SERVICE W O M EN. An Appeal is .made for Voluntary Workers to help at the Swan Club, the Club for Servicewomen of girls in the services.—Phone 41-864, W.W.S.A.. BUSINESS PKR&D.YAI..S_ DETECTIVES — Australasian Private Detective Agency: confidential inquiries: latest equipment: results guaranteed.—Phone 62-881. NOW is the time to think about.your New Spring Millinery; take advantage of out" Retrimming and Refreshening Service. —Bring your Hats to Vanity Hat Shop, next Selfridges, 140. Karangahape Rd. 100 SEWING MACHINES wanted, to £30 electric. £25 treadle.—Faraday's, Phone 43-652. xlO HOLIDAY ACCOM. VACANT ACCOM., yueensclifj Hotel. I. Scotia Place. Queen St. Bed and Breaßlast.—Phone 44-184. D 4 "ASHLEIGH," 44, Carlton Gore Road, Grafton.— Bed and Breakfast, tray. Phone 48-054. x 25 ARUNUtL HOTEL. Waterloo Quadrant. AucKiana. Is now taking bookines tor Casual Guests. Room and Breaklast only .—Phone 48-150. p* COTTAGE, Oneroa. Waiheke, sleep 6; available Aug., Sept., Nov.—Phone Westall. 765, Manurewa. 10 GRANDE VUE! 3~! Princes St., below Grand Hotel.—Casual Accommodation.—Phone 40-089. 11 HOTEL GLENALVON. Waterloo Quad.. Ist class; 3 mln. walk Station or City.—Phs. 40-678. 42-214 D 4 LYNTON, 11, Symonds St.. always a vacancy. 3 min. to City, railway and park.—Phone 43-665. FS4 ONETANGI PRIVATE" HOTEL lor Your Winter Vacation: log fires, amusement hall. Indoor bowls. Phone 3K or write lor reservation. D 4 ROTORUA—Hinemoa Private Hotel, near grounds, balhs._Tarifl_ 14/ day, £4 10/ week. Ph. 81. TFS VENTNOR". Devonport, delightfully situated on the North Shore. 6 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 HOLIDAY ACCOM. WANTED BACH wanted, at Piha, for Labour week-end.— Ring 45-461 day, 20-193 night 11 FIJI VISITORS, husband. wife, two young daughters, require Accommodataion. private household, in or near Auckland, for one to three months. November-February.—Write, with details. Box 133, Auckland. xlO SEASIDE BACH OR HOUSE, Eastern Beach. Buckland's, or one easy reach (0 City, August Holidays. Two adults, one girl 12 years. Every care taken; rent immaterial. Write BECA, 18, Moa St., Otahuhu. 13 BOARD OFFERED BOARD, men, share room; good table, early breakfast: tram line; reasonable.—l 22, Jervois Rd. Phone 19-742. XlO COMFORTABLE HOME. Remuera, offered Middleaged lady in return light duties and company.— Phone 25-512. xl 3 LEICESTER REST HOME has vacancies lor Elderly Ladles; sunny rooms, quiet locality: Remuera. —Phone 20-138. x2O MILFORD.—Board, married couple or two friends, twin beds; minute bus; early breakfast, cut lunch. — F. 1609, Star. 13 ROOM, single, suitable business gent. Heme Bay! Phone 18-247. xl» BOARD WANTED BOARD wanted by respectable working girl; private family; handy City.—Write F. 1657. STAR. 10 BOARD wanted for working man in permanent employment; single room. —Reply 48, Fourth Ave.. Kingsland. ■ 10 .BUSINESS LADY, quiet living, requires Board In congenial home; own furniture supplied if required; handy to City preferred; phone essential.— Phone 41-654 (8 a.m.-5 p.m.), or write F. 1674, Star. n ELDERLY Man wants a few months' Board. quiet house; moderate terms.—W. 1189. Star. 10 FULL BOARD in comfortable private home, garage if possible: Mt. Eden district preferred. W. 1381. Star. xlO GENTLEMAN, respectable, requires Board, vicinity Otahuhu.—Write B.J. 0107. Star. _xl 3 MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE "require Full" Board, or would Share House.—Urgent. 1835, Star. xlO QUIET Young Business Girl requires Full Board, handy, reasonable, preferably Catholic home.— Wrtte F. 1766. Star. xlO RESPECTABLE Young Gentleman seeks Board in pleasant home; handy City.—F. 1663, Star. 10 YOUNG MAN wants Private Board in or around City.—Write F. 1772. STAR. xio HODSES AND LAND WANTED BEACH COTTAGE, handy Auckland; must be vacant; any mainland beach; £ 600-£ 700.— F. 1652. Star. 10 BEACH COTTAGE, mainland, handy Auckland: £550-£7OO cash; strictly confidential.—Write W. 1373. Star. xlO BUILDING SECTION, elevated, with sea view; good locality; cash.—Phone 45-459. 10 BUNGALOW, Villa, possession reasonable time, any district near transport; cash. —Ph. 61-453. xlO BUNGALOW, "Remviera, - Epsom - or Mt. Eden; up to £3000; immediate inspection.—Phone 20-510. xlO BUNGALOW, handy trams, freehold, all-electric if possible, but not essential. —All Cash. 0989, Star. 30 DEVONPORT, Cheltenham—House urgently wanted: cash.—W. 1193. STAR. 10 DOCTOR requires Good Home in any desirable locality to reside privately; cash transaction.— M.D., 1833. STAR. XlO FACTORY, any area, any locality, suitable furniture manufacturer: will buy freehold: describe machinery, state bedrock price; cash; or will consider good Factory Site, any good locality, provided permit available.—James Christie, Colonial Mutual Bldg., City. Phone 48-742. 10 FARMS wanted (2), about 90 acres, South Auckland; cash buyers; urgent.— B.J. 0110, Star. xlO FLOOR SPACE, apprbx. 500 sq. ft, with power supply, outside City; urgent.—Phone 63-110; 13 GBAFTON, Near Hospital.—House! must have possession; cash.—Urgent. 1671, Star ! 10 HAMILTON HOUSE. £1700, for exchange similar. Auckland.—M.Z. 1197, Star. 13 HOUSE or Section, near St! Heller's Kohi. school.—Phone 19-647. HOUSE, good, 3 bedrooms, 2-5 acres for cropping; handy: cash. — J. Panzic, Henderson. 13 HOUSE. 3 bedrooms, electric, about £2500 cash: possession within 2 months.—Phone 24-262. 10 HOUSE or Cottage, with option of purchase later; £44 deposit; preferably Mt. Maunganui or seaside Auckland.—Write Genuine, 5, Atkinson Avenue. Otahuhu. 13 HOUSES wanted in all localities, urgently: cash buy ers.—Hally Bennett. 43-798. A HOWICK, Section or Farm Frontage, V 4 to ',iAcre, northerly aspect; discharged Airman.—F. 1824, Star. xlO I URGENTLY Need Your House to Sell.—Overall. 113. Victoria Arcade. MF MODERN HOME, 3 or 4-roomed. wanted for cash, in good locality, 2nd or 3rd section.—Particulars to Mrs. Greenfield, 60, Symonds St., Onehunga. 13 PURCHASE Brick or Concrete Building. 1000 ft. concrete or earth floor; truck depot; City, Ist ■section , share larger building or buy section nronosi'tlons considered.—P.O. Box 1649. 13 RETURNED SERVICEMAN requires House, approx. £1000: possession December, one needing repairs considered.—F. 9826. Star j 10 RETURNED SERVICEMAN requires Good Elevated Section harbour view. St. Helier's or Kohimrirama: up to £ 1500.—Cash, 1354, Star. xlO SECTION, eastern suburbs. —Phone 26-487, even- . 10 SECTION wanted to buy,, with Bach or without: Waiheke or other bay.—Ring 42-243. 14 SECTION to Buy or Lease. Epsom, Royal Oak. One Tree Hill. Green Lane.—Phone 54-742 or write White. 32, Kowhatu Rd.. Auckland. xlO TAKAPUNA, Narrow Neck—Returned Soldier wishes hiw House, up to £ 1800.— Urgent, 1619, Star. 10 TENANTED HOUSES wanted all districts; cash waiting—V. J. Stewart, 36, Shortland Street. 10 TO PRIVATE OWNERS.—Young Married Couple iKh to buy 4 or 5-Roomed Neat Bungalow, vicinity £1250- deposit £350: possession essential.—Write F. 1563. STAR. 12 WATERFRONT, Remuera. or Epsom—House to £3500 for country client.—W. E. Lewisham, Limited, 37, Anzac Ave. Phone 45-768, after hours 17-841. : 512 BUNG4LOW, 3 bedrooms, handy to transport, up to £3500. Also Villa. 2 or more bedrooms, any suburb. These houses are required for all cash buyers. We also have several clients who urgently wish to purchases Houses up to £1800. Immediate inspection All particulars confidential.—A. Parris and Co 206* Dilworth Bldg. Phone 44-644. J HODSES HOUSES. OLD OR NEW. REMUERA, EPSOM OR PARNELL. LEASEHOLD OR FREEHOLD. Send Full Details or Phone 16-297. GEORGE COLE. CORNER REMUERA RD. AND NUFFIELD ST.. Six Doors on Right From Broadway. NEWMARKET. MF SALES OP PROPERTY AGENTS.— My Howick Property now withdrawn from sale.—Wm. .H.____H__ Si? p.ARFOOT BROS, have sold Mr. Bray's Land r Forest Hill Rd., Oratia. - 10

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945

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