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AUCTIONS 8 RICHARD ARTHUR, LTD., I Sz RAYMOND EDER, i Will Offer by Auction, at their Satoroonu, B 191, QUEEN STREET, 1 MONDAY, AUGUST 20, AT 11 AM., j THE FOLLOWING CITY PROPERTIES. a (1) 80, WELLINGTON ' STREET: HOUSE £ OP THREE STOREYS, containing 36 rooms 0 and conveniences Leased at £5 per '■veek. Lessor pays . rates. Lease expires December 21, e 1946. Section, containing 12-3 perches, being portion ol Allots. 19 and 20 of- Section 47, Town of Auckland. C.T. .54/25. (Limited as to - parcels.) Sale subject to existing tenancy. 3 (2) 109, WELLESLEY STREET WEST: HOUSE - OP TWO STOREYS, containing 8 rooms and cone venlences. Leased at 32/6 pei week. Lessee pays 5 rates. Lease expires October 16. 1948. Section, r containing 9.4 perches, being portion of Allot. 17. Section 24, Town of Auckland, C.T. 597/121. (Limited as to parcels.) Mortgage securing £330 to Auckland Savings Bank. Sale subject to existing tenancy. 118 PAPAKURA—HOUSE IN DECEASED ESTATE. FRIDAY. AUGUST 17, AT 2 P.M. SAMUEL VAILE AND SONS. LTD. Account Trustees Estate Late Mrs. E. A. Robert--1 son, at their Rooms. 83. Queen Street. BUNGALOW, 5 rooms, kitchenette, bathroom, washliouse; situated corner Opaheke Road and Albert Street, only one-third mile from school, station, bus. etc. Built-in wardrtbes, beam and plaster ceilings, elec. light; range with hot water. Insurance £600. Level corner section, 1 rood 21 poles (119 ft x 131 ft): lawns, garden, 26 fruit trees. Sale subject existing tenancy at 19/ per week. POULTRY PRODUCE. J. JONES, LIMITED, Auctioneers, City Markets. WILL SELL BY AUCTION TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) AT 10 A.M. POULTRY — POULTRY — POULTRY ROOSTERS. HENS, DUCKS. COCKERELS. 100 W.L. PULLETS. Also: GROCERIES. FARM PRODUCE. SUNDRIES. 16 TURNERS & GROWER 8, LTD. AUCTIONS COMMENCE: 8 A.M.—FKESH VEGETABLES (Daily). FRESH FRUIT (Daily). 9 A.M.—FRESH CUT FLOWERS (Tuesday and Friday). 10 A.M. —FRESH CUT FLOWERS (Mpnday and Thursday). 10 A.M.—POULTRY (Tuesday and Friday). ' 12 NOON,—CARS AND TRUCKS, Each Wednesday. LARGEST SALES IN NEW ZEALAND. :16 OTAHUIIU AUCTIONEERING COMPANY, LTD.. KING STREET, OTAHUHU, Will Hold A "BUMPER" SALE NEXT SATURDAY AND EVERY SATURDAY THEREAFTER, Commencing « 12.30 P.M., SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. Full Details Later. Entries Solicited. A. BELL. Auctioneer. _18 PUBLIC NOTICES PEACE DECLARATION The undermentioned Fruit and Produce Auctioneers and Merchants advise their Clients that.— (1) If the announcement is made morning auction sales the Markets will Close as soon as possible thereafter and remain closed for the following day. (2) If announced after 12 noon and betore the next morning's sales commence, then such sales for perishable goods only will be held and the markets will Close as soon as possible thereafter and remain closed the following day. (3) The above arrangements will operate (a) If announced after 12 noon onSATURDAY the markets will be CLOSED on the following MONDAY. (b) If announced during SUNDAY, and before Monday's sale commences, such sale for perishable goods only will be held and the Markets will be CLOSED on TUESDAY. A. B. DONALD, LTD. ' J. JONES, LTD. E. A. PERKINS. LTD. PRODUCE MARKETS, LTD. RADLEY AND CO., LTD. TURNERS AND GROWERS. LTD. 16 LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICE Evidence of the loss of the outstanding copy of Memorandum of Lease No. 10294 affecting Lot 24 on Deposited Plan 8985 being part of Allotments ■ 22 and 23 of Section 13 of the Suburbs of Auck--1 land being part of the land, comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 686 folio 56 (Auckland Registry) given by The Auckland Harbour Board as lessor and JESSIE MATHIESON GEMMELL of Auckland spinster as lessee having been lodged with me together with an application to register evidence of marriage and surrender of the said lease without production of the outstanding copy thereof in terms of Section 40 of the Land Transfer Act 1915, notice is hereby - given of my Intention i to register such evidence of marriage and surrender after Fourteen days from AUGUST 16, 1945. Dated the 10th day of August. 1948'.. Nt the Land Registry Office at Auckland. s-* R. F. BAIRD, 16 District Land Registrar. CITY OF AUCKLAND VJ CITIZENS' THANKSGIVING CHOIR Members of the Auckland Choral Socity, Royal Auckland Choir, Dorian-Ariel Singers. Miss Holmes' Choir, Auckland commercial Travellers' Choir, The Lyric Harmonists, who formed the Citizens' Thanksgiving Choir, are. requested to attend a rehearsal for the VJ Citizens' Thanksgiving Service, under the conducstorshlp *of Mr. Colin Muston. on THURSDAY. August 16, .at 7.30 . p.m.. In the CONCERT CHAMBER of th<S Auckland ! Town Hall. As this may be the only rehearsal, the members , are requested to attend. 1 T. W. M. ASHBY,. ? 16 Town Clerk. | BOROUGH OF ONE TREE HILL i REFUSE COLLECTION There will be NO COLLECTION of household 1 Refuse on the Two Victory Holidays. Refuse will I be taken on the next normal collection day. Householders affected are requested to burn or ; bury all organic refuse during this period. I (Sgd.) A. LEESE. j 16 Town Clerk. . MAKOGAI AND PACIFIC ISLANDS LEPER FUND • Through the courtesy of the New Zealand Express , Co., gifts for the Lepers may be left at the Company's Office. 10. Port Street. Auckland. C.l. All donations will be acknowledged by me personally.—P. J. TWOMEY. "Leper Man." , Chris tchurch. 22 STEELE'S STAFF STEELE'S STAFF We Advise all our Workroom and Office Staff that FRIDAY will also be observed as a Paid I Holiday. All are requested to Resume Work on MONDAY, August 20. J. STEELE. LTD. 16 > WM. A. TAFFE, LTD., Opticians, Ellison , Chambers. Queen Street, wish to notify their , Clients that their omces will be Closed until j Monday, August 20. 16 , SHIPPING ' f UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF £J.Z., LTD Sailings. Circumstances Permitting: Passenger and Cargo Services WelllngtonLyttelton, Wellington-Picton to South Sea Islands. Australia Particulars on application. FOR LYTTELTON-. FROM WELLINGTON: I RANGATIRA . . . Mon.. Wed.. Fri.. /.30 p.m VVAHINE Tues., Thurs.. Sat., 7.30 p.m FOR PICTON. FROM WELLINGTON: ■\RAHURA Mon.. Wed., Fri.. 1 p.m CARGO SERVICES: LYTTELTON: I Steamer Early GISBORNE: i MARGARET W Tues.. August 21, noon. Booking Agents fqr Onion Airways of N.Z., Cook Strait Airways. Tasman Empire Airways , and all other Principal Air Lines. MAIN OFFICE: 36-38, Quay Street East. Telephone 49-430. . CITY PASSENGER OFFICE: 103, Queen Btreet. • D NORTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. LIMITED Sailings, Circumstances Permitting. CARGO. Osual Services to all Coastal Ports PASSENGERS, GREAT BARRIER. Full Particulars and Bookings. [ Please Phone 32-730 (three lines), also 40-750 and 45-094. N.S.S. COMPANY. LIMITED. Quay Street. D ■ THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO.. LTD. I 0 PASSENGER SERVICE TO THE UNITED j KINGDOM. All persons wishing to proceed to the United J, Kingdom must first obtain Exit Permits from the ■ 1 Department of Internal Affairs. FuJl particulars of further procedure may be obtained on application to the Company's Offices and Agents throughout New Zealand. __j B RADIO APPARATUS WANTED AIRMASTER. Ultimate. Philips Radios Purchased. McCabe's. Newton. N BATTERY SET, portable, or small late model Electric Radio.—Phone 42-680. MH 1 GEGG'S Pay Spot Cash for reasonably modern Small Radios. Your opportunity before new sets arrive.—Charles Begg & Co.. Ltd.. 112. Queen St. 1 N V HEADPHONES. Radios, Speakers, Parts wanted— S Keith's Radio Shack. Swanson St. 48-145. HS ej RADIO, recent model, suitable omall flat: cash i buyer.—Phone 42-680. MH

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 193, 16 August 1945

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 193, 16 August 1945

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