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MISS STAINTON'S Introduction Service, Box 1351, Auckland. Service In this capacity extended to Lonely People, young and aged, rich or poor, possessing good references. Fee £2 2/ in advance. Strletly_confldential. 13 WORKING MAN, 45, own home, meet Lady fond of garden; view matrimony.—Write M. 2408, Star. — 17 EEW'S CHAMBERS (Opp. O.P.O.).—Gerard's Matrimonial Correspondence Club. Interviews lree. A BUSINESS GENTLEMAN, Young Bachelor. Returned Soldier, seeks, through my confidential, discreet organisation, introduction to Plain Working Girl, to share home life and Matrimony and future happiness.—lntroduction arranged by Miss Stalnton, Box 1351. Auckland. References required^ CLUB NOTICES -__y_-fS-JS? M,d % nifKIAND DICKENS FELLOWSHIP, AUC SUNDAY SCHOOL ONION BUILDING. Above Town Hall, on WFDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15, AT 8 P.M. WBD ILLUSTRATED TRAVEL TALK By Mr. Dennis A. Neal, "A BIT OP OLD ENGLAND." xl 3 —- SERVICEMEN'S ASSOCIATION (Inc.)> AUCKLAND BRANCH. H >6 _at S e o r c.- m - nt , C. J. FISHER, : Chairman, Social Committee. WANTED TO KENT Diablo"'fenantsr references.-J.T., 36. Tole St., 3rd seotton.MidfSSt 3 a'months in advance: references. £5H?"^:— ——; —ritv or North Shore, required FLAT. % l y V business couple. Excellent returned serviceren_Jn__i??^-— —=rr nan dy Newmarket, by S. 3133. g ity ._Phone 40-378.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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