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AUCTIONS >~ vr LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGEN ' NZ - L CO.. LTD., AUCKLAND. PUKEKOHE, THURSDAY. AUGUST 16. £ Sundries at 10.30 a.m. Dairy Cattle 11.30 le ou " u Bee j_ store and Boner 1 p.m. e- 200 DAIRY COWS AND HEIFERS-Accoi; fy Client: 12 Choice Jersey Heifers. c.t.P A Z Wilson: 6 Jersey Cows and Heifers h" P 'wv ! Bombay: 15 Choice Jersey Heifers c.tp. H Wy er yard: 10 Jersey Heifers, c.t.p. 3. N Miller, ai Extra Choice Jersey Heifers c.t.p. J. Lowe. 1 Choice Jersey Heifers, c.t.p. E. Wright. 12 Exl h Choice Jersey Heifers, c.t.p. O. Ingram: 6 Go 'i Jersey Heifers, c.t.p. Ex-Pokeno: 12 Dairy Co » and Heifers c.t.p A. C. Hogwood: 3 Cho, " Jersey Heifers c.t.p. Client: 2 Choice Jen - Cows ct p Client: 1 Choice Young Jersey Co s ' 3rd calve? c t.p. J. N. Flay: 4 Extra Cho: s ' Jersey Heifers c.t.p. Ex-Pukekawa: 12 Cows a Heifers c.t.p. Client: 20 Choice Jersey Heife ctD E J Potter: 1' Extra Choice Jersey Co 3rd calver c t.p. M. Markham: 4 Jersey-cr< .„ Heifers" c.t.p.S. Marshall: 1 Springing Jen ? Cow N Caie: 3 Young Dairy Cows, c.t.p. Book Iq Bros'.: 10 Cows and Heifers, c.t.p. ;s ALSO AT 1 P.M.: 200 HEAD BEEF, STORE AND BONI .-attt F—Account A. C. Wilson: 20 Extra Choi Yeamng'lereey Heifers. 1 R.P. Jersey Bull. Year nl Grade Jersey Bulls. Account Cher r 40 2-year Empty Jersey Heifers. 200 Pigs: Porke. '■ Baconers Stores and Weaners. Account Clier is Ba p°2 er^ er kshire Boar, 10 months. Also, accou 8 Client": Quantity Used Barbed Wire, as ne 1 Entries Solicited. LIST OF COUNTRY SALES. AUGUST. MONDAY. 13th— Maungakarainea, Maungaturo p (Pig). Paeroa (Cattle). e TUESDAY, 14th—Waiotira, Kaukapakapa. a WEDNESDAY, 15th—Arapohue, Ngatea. . '■ THURSDAY, 16th— Mangawhare (Pig). Fukekon '■'. FRIDAY U ' 17th - Papakura (Dairy). Waiul i M o ar2o«-(pw, ™ u e) (pi^ 2 TUESDAY. 21st—Mangawhare (Cattle), raen e FRlDAY^Mth—Maungaturoto (Cattle). Papakur Pukekohe (Horse). 3 MONDAY. 27th—Maungaturoto (Pig), F&erc e (Cattle), Papakura (Bull). 1 TUESDAY, 28th— Kaukapakapa. onV«i«* % THURSDAY, 30th— Mangawhare (Pig). Pukekon z FRIDAY, 31st— Papakura (Dairy). ; . WESTFIELD FAT STOCK, EVERY WEDNESDA' " WESTFIELD STORE AND DAIRY, EVER • THURSDAY. MEETINGS . t _ __ ;A PUBLIC DEBAT Will be Held In the 1 CONCERT CHAMBER. AUCKLAND TOWN HALI I On MONDAY. AUGUST 13, 1945. AT S P.M. ' Subject-"That the Manufacture in New Zealan & ' oTßubber Tyres for Motor Vehicles will t Uneconomic and Unsound." Affirmative: MR. GAINOR JACKSON, represents the Bureau of Importers Inc. • Negative: MR. W. T. ANDERTON, M.P. for Edei t Chairman: ..._», His Worship the Mayor, MR. J. A. C. ALLUN ADMISSION FREE. No Tickets WiU be Issued. 1 THE NEW ZEALAND INSUEANCE CO., LTD Notice Is hereby given that the Ordinary Genera Meeting of the New Zealand Insurance Compani Limited, will be held at the registered office o the Company. Queen Street. Auckland, on TUES DAY, the 14th August, 1945, at 12 noon, for th purpose of receiving the Directors' Report am Balance-sheet for the twelve months ended 31s May. 1945; for the Election of Two Directors ii thf* room of Sir James Gunson and Mr. G Morton Smith, who retire by rotation, but ar eligible and offer themselves for re-election; ani for the Election of Auditors. The Transfer Books of this Company will t» closed from the 31st Instant to the 13th proximo both days inclusive, preparatory to payment o dividend. Dated at Auckland this 24th day of July, 1945 By order of the Board. F. R. BAKER., 11 General Manager. LEWIS EADY HALL LEWIS EADY HAL: THURSDAY, AUGUST IS. AT 8 P.M. Speaker: MR. S. S. GREEN. Subject: "COMING WORLD CHANGES AS PROPHESIEI IN HOLY WRIT." DON'T MISS THIS MOST INTERESTING ADDRESS. ALL WELCOME. ALL WELCOME. i: ORPHAN HOME, PAPATOETOE, ANNUAL MEETING. The Annual Meeting of the Orphan Home will be held at the DIOCESAN OFFICE, 40. Shortland Street, Auckland, on TUESDAY, August 14, at 4 p.m. All who are interested in the work of the Home are cordially invited to attend. :11 J. J. LAWS, Chairman. N.Z. HOMESERVICEMEN'S ASSOCIATION (Inc.). NORTH SHORE BRANCH. Usual Monthly Meeting will be held in the RED CROSS ROOMS, Clarence Street, on TUESDAY, August 21, 7.45 p.m. (Note Change of Date.) Business: Report by Delegate from Dominion Conference; General. 11 R. A. SMITH, Hon. Sec. AUCKLAND SWING CLUB FIRST RECITAL NEXT TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, At 8 p.m. AUCKLAND COLLEGE OF MUSIC, HIGH ST., Next Campbell's Shoe Store. Inquiries: Miss V. Kissin, Hon. Sec. Ph. 78-230. 11 j RAILWAY WORKERS RAILWAY WORKERS F. LANGSTONE Speaks on "BANK OF NEW ZEALAND," NEWMARKET SOCIAL HALL, THIS SUNDAY, AT 2.30 P.M. 11 TRADE UNIONISTS' FOKTJM TRADES HALL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 7.30 P.M. Speaker: MR. H. BARNES (President N.Z. Waterside Workers' Union.) Subject: "THE WORLD TRADE UNION CONGRESS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS." R. JONES, Hon. Sec. EX-MEMBERS 34th BATTALION—AII interested in a Reunion meet Club Rooms, Second N Z E F Association. 7.30 p.m. Thursday, August 23, or wrlte_K. Warner, Box 1954. 11 W.W.S.A.—AII Past and~Present Members are Invited to Attend a General Meeting, to be held A,,m,<t Wa ™ 7 o b ' °- ueen 's Arcade, Wednesday, August 22, at 8 p.m. 11 PUBLIC NOTICES ~ NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP MR THOMAS HENRY HALE, of Takapuna, near Auckland, Baker, and VICTOR THOMAS HALE, of Takapuna, aforesaid. Baker, heretofore trading m Partnership as Bakers and Pastrycooks at TaKapuna, Auckland, under the name or style !i. T - 2- **&lc and Sons, hereby give notice that the said Partnership is as Aid from the 3rd dav a °L A y h G F 1945'l 945 ' DISSOLVED by mutual consent and that the business heretofore carried on bv the f. a r'^S2, rtl^ rship wi " •« carried on by the said VICTOR THOMAS HALE above. Dated at Auckland this 9th day of August, 1945. THOMAS HENRY HALE. VICTOR THOMAS HALE. Sf M tM^EL 01 Thomaa Henr y Hale D. L. BONE, Solicitor. Auckland. 11 HENRY HUGHES, LTD DILWORTH BUILDING, Patents, Trademarks, Reg. Designs. No Fee for guidance on how to protect your idea . Freg_ Booklet, "Advice to S MAKOGAI AND PACIFIC ISLANDS LEPER FUND Oo Thr £fu *?«r C ot the New Zealand Egress uo.. guts lor the Lepers may be left at thi> Company's Office. 10. Fort Street. Auckland CI sag g-^jfr-gdr-tg INSURANCE INSURE WI x H THE SOUTH BRITISH. Low Rates. Prompt Settlements. FIRE. ACCIDENT. MOTORS. S '

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945

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