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PERSONAL ALL LONELY PEOPLE. Young. Middle-aged, interested in loaning Private Social Club, write Macefleld 60. Wo"dslde Rd., Mt. Eden. xl 4 ERIC MORSE.—Letter""awaits" you. C.~P"b.. Auckland. 14 WHO or what yo'i are. I wouldn't know. If I'm crazy I am only k»eping up with the times. What a mystery. xH ANY PERSON Travelling in Tramcar towards Newmarket, cr witnessing Collision between the Tramcar and a Model A Ford Motor Car. at the corner of McColl Street and Khyber Pass Road en Monday. April 9. about midnight, please communicate with MESSRS. MORPETH. GOULD. WILSON AND DYSON, Solicitors, 228, Queen Street. Auckland. BUSINESS PERSONALS LEON BEAUTY SALON (late Eugene. London), Specialises Eugene Waving and Vitamised Machir.eless. Holders of highest awards in Hairdressing.—lst Floor. Ellison Chambers. Queen St. Phone 44-627. TH ACHING FEET, corns.—Mrs. A. E. Russell (late Russell and Long). St. Kevin's Arcade. 42-489. TS DETECTIVES—Smith Private Agency. Consult experts. Phone 41-318 (office hours). ____} SKIN, Scalp Specialists.—New Ray Clinic. 31. Shortland St. British. American and Continental methods. Principal. J. M. George, S.R.N. 44-178. fob SEWING MACHINES wanted, to £30 electric, £25 treadle.—Faraday's. Phone 43-652. XlB AUCKLAND'S SUPER HAIR STYLIST. MR. A. VOGEL (Late David Jones. Sydney. Diplomas). Permanent Waving, Curl and Feather Cutting. Exclusively Designed. CEDRIC BEAUTY SALON. 403. Parnell Road. Opposite St. Stephen's Avenue, Parnell. Phone 42-395. TH LEARN tne secret ol easy shopping. Use Leaders Cash Orders when purchasing Dentures. Optical Work and Beauty Treatments, as well as Drapery and Clothing of every description. Inquire at LEADERS. 63. KARANGAHAPE RD. (By the Tivoll Tram Zone.) RTH DR. B. FRIEDLANDER, DENTAL SURGEON. SAFE DEPOSIT BUILDING, VULCAN LANE. Phone 44-695. 45-344. By Appointment. OTAHUHU SURGERIES. Phone 168 S. B DENTAL SURGERIES W. E. SCOTT, A.M.P. Building. Victoria Street East. Phones— City (immediate appointments) 45-168 Avondale Branch 88-*66 Mount Albert Surgery (after hours) .. 36-193 B BALFOUR, IRVINE A WEBSTER. LTD.. - QUALIFIED OPTICIANS. Phone 110. QUEEN STREET 48-111 100. KARANGAHAPE ROAD 45-009 24. VICTORIA STREET. HAMILTON 3141 BANK STREET. WHANGAREI 2416 K H. W. FROST, LIMITED. SURGEON DSNTIST. JELLICOE CHAMBERS. Corner Queen and Wyndham Streets. PHONE 48-232 Hours — MONDAY to THURSDAY 8 to 5 FRIDAY f 9 to 6 SATURDAY 8.30 to 12 K HOWES WALKER. DENTISTS. I e Corner Opposite John Court. Ltd. J

209. QUEEN STREET. K KLEXEMA SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS. fourth Floor. DINGWALL BUILDING QUEEN STREET. Acne, Eczema. Psoriasis, Seborrhoea, Baldness. Alopecia. Baby Eczema, Successfully Treated. Also facial Treatment. Phone 41-374. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.. Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. And the NATIONAL BANK BLDG.. HAMILTON Phone 1611. KLEXEMA (N.Z.) LTD. K CLUB NOTICES LANCASHIRE SOCIETY. Ninth Annual Social. Manchester Unity Hall, Wednesday, August 15. 7.45 to 11.45 p.m. Members and friends. 14 YORKSHIRE SOCIETY. Fabian Rooms. Wednesday. August 15 at 7.45 p.m.. cards and dancing. 14 GAUNT ST. VALEDICTORY FUND (A.T.8.), VALEDICTORY SMOKE CONCERT. Yugoslav Club. Hobson St., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. 8 P.M. Retired Members Cordially Invited. 14 T. VINE, Secretary. N.Z. HOME SERVICEMEN'S ASSOCIATION (Inc.). AUCKLAND BRANCH. All Members and Friends invited to 500 Card Evening at CLUBROOMS. Swanson Street, on TUESDAY. August 14. at 8 o'clock. Admission 1/6. Refreshments. C. J. FISHER, 14 Chairman. Social Committee PUPILS WANTED ABOUT DRIVING Appointments—Learn Prolessionally and economically. Licenses obtained. Cars. provided.— Lelghton Driving School. Ph. 63-134. Dj AUCKLAND SCHOOL OF MOTORING, estab. 1938 Thorough rapid tuition. Including traffic. Latest Cars provided.—P.O. Box 941. Phone 16-308. D 4 AUTOMOBILE DRIVING—Expert Rapid Tuition Cars provided.—Consult Kiwi Motor Drivinc Academy, Phone 20-9'IQ. D 4 DRESSMAKING, Patterns. Classes.—Selwyn College. Safe Deposit Bldg„_Vulcan_Lane. TS REFRIGERATORS, Prompt Service. — Anthony Works. 26-300. PO. Box 778 After hours. 18-382

EARN EXTRA MONEY 'MAKING TOYS AT HOME. SelJ Us vour Work Write Now tor Free Details oi Wooden or Sofr .Toy Making (state preference). MACMASTER'S TOY SUPPLY. P.O. Box 183. Wanganul TP N.Z. RADIO COLLEGE - COURSES FOR RAL/1C OPERATORS, ENGINEERS AND SERVICEMEN Practical and Theoretical Instruction at eveninp or day classes. HELLABY'S BUILDING, opp. C.P.O. Phone 30-889 TS HOLIDAY ACCOM. VACANT ACCOM.. QueenscllH Hotel. 1. Scotia Place uueen St. Bedand Breaklast.—Phont 44-184. D 4 ••ASHLEIGH," 44, Carlton Gore Road, Grafton — Bed and Breakfast tray. Phone 48-054. x 2 5 ARUNDEL HOTEL, Waterloo Quadrant. AucKianu is now taking bookings lor Casual Guests. Room and Breaklasi only.—Phone 48-150. D 4 CENTRAL HOUSE, 143. Hobson ~Sl.—Single and Double Rooms, with tray; casuals. —Phone 30-733. , 13 GRANDE VUE, 3, Princes St., below Grand Hotel! Casual Accommodation. —Phone 40-089. 14 HOTEL GLENALVO.V Waterloo Quaa.. isi class. J mln. walk Station or City.—Phs 40-678 42-214 D 4 ONLTANGI PRIVAI'E HOTEL lor Yout Winter Vacation: log fires, amusement nail, indoor bowls Phone 3K or write lor reservation. D 4 ROOMS, casual, cooking convs.—Phone ROTORUA —Hinemoa Private Hotel, near mounds. baths. Tariff 14/ day, £4 10/ week. Ph. 81. TFS VENTNOK. Devonport. delightfully situated on the North Shore. 5 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 04 UNITED SERVICE HOTEL. CHRISTCHURCH. Nerves relax in the friendly, dignified atmosphere ol the United Service Hotel. Uhristchurch. 100 comfortable bedrooms with private phone and hot and cold running water; also rooms with private bathrooms. Full inclusive tariff, 22/6. N. WRAY MILLNEU. Proprietor. RTS HOLIDAY ACCOM. WANTED BACH or House, Auckland, 3 weeks Xmas; beach preferred.—T. 2554. Star. 15 BACH wanted, ueep 4. school holidays; urgent. Titirangi preferred.—Phone 81-517. 14 HOUSE, Eastern Beach, 3 weeks. January.—Phone Mr. Page. 63-579 (business hours). 15 ONEBOA, Surfdale —Bach, Oct. 19-22, Labour geek-end.—Phone 24-895. 14 THAMES COAST or any beach within 80 miles Auckland.—Furnished House or Bach, to sleep 8 persons.—Location, rent, etc.. to 1. 2438. Star. 14 WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE iooO TO - 3000 SQ. FEET wanted to lease by Clothing Manufacturer.—Write T. 2593, STAR. 14 BUSINESSES ■ WANTED BOARDING or B. and B. House wanted urgently. to £1200 cash.—Phone 30-989. ' Z DAIRY Mixed, or Similar, must have living accom .—Particulars _to_ T._ 2513; STAR, 15 MATERNITY HOSPITAL." modern, well equipped. Auckland, to Purchase or Lease.—Sister 0111. Star. , 51 4 MILLINERY, good position.—Particulars to T. 2522, STAB. 15 WE - have "clients waiting for all kinds of businesses. If yours is for sale we can sell it. Phone us and we will inspect immediately. — JonesProsser. Wlnstone Bldgs.' Phone, Office 44-574. 14 £100 CASH for empty Shop with living rooms. possession within 4 months.—T. 2521, Star. 14 APARTMENTS. GUEST HOUSES, FLATS. BUSINESSES COUNTRY STORES of all descriptions, at all prices. The Firm That Specialises. An interview is gladly given. STACEY AND WASS, Ellison Chambers. 138. Queen Street, Auckland. Phone 45-633. ' J

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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