CASUAL ADVERTISING. Wanted, Lost and Found., For Sale, etc.: 16 words 1/cash, booking 6d «Ktra; Three insertions, 2/6, booking i/-< Extra words, Id per insertion. PubJi-o Notices,.. Amusements, etc., 4/- per inoh pee insertion.
"ANDBAG —Large, containing sam- ' pies, on Pukekohe-Bombay Road, Thursday afternoon. Reward on returning Pukekohe Police. 404 GMOOTH Fox Terrier Puppy, three months' old, black and tan head, large black marking back, answers to name Jack, lost Thursday.—Reward to anyone returning same Dr. Bull, Harris Street. 409 Situations Vaoant. "AN wanted, for digging garden and odd jobs. Wages £2 and found. -Apply W. Batty, Patumahoe. , 375
Situations Wanted. , MARRIED man requires employ- " ment of any description, temporary or otherwise. Window and office cleaning, carpet cleaning, lawn mowing, etc., undertaken. —Address at Times. 377 ADY, with son 7, and daughter 17, want positions, housekeeper and general, preferably together. Former good cook, latter fond of housework, Write to 368 Times. To Let. ' 'OUSE, 4 Rooms, Victoria St., bath.room and scullery, 1J acres land. Apply Phone 266 K, Pukekohe. "304 "OUSE 4 rooms, on Pukekohe Hill, " bathroom, scullery, copper and tubs, electric light.—Apply R. Bilkey. 376 VTEW 4-room bungalow, Victoria St., h and c water, all conveniences. —Apply A. Fausett, West St. 360 Wanted to Buy.
()RION or Orb Stove, with H.P. Boiler. State price and where to be seen to 395, Times Office. .• T EMONS, Passion Fruit, Fungus an« other Fruit in season; any quan tlty; highest market prices given. Apply— D. C. WAI, King Street. For Sale. 9K TONS Baled Hay, £-i per ton f.o.r. ° Buckland.—R. &J. Logan, Buckland. 406 1000 oash. — Harry Rogers, Box 24, Pukekohe. .OOD Quality Cream Wove Writing " Paper, 8 x 10, 3/- per paoket of 500; special quotations for quantities. —Times Office. /OR SALE. —Settings White Leg- •' horns, R. I. Reds and Wyandottes. Best prize winning strain. Inspection invited. —E. L. Curnow. . 335 J Stock. Day old chicks, 1/6 each; fifty or more, 1/3 each. Settings 10/and £l, all bred from Official tested record layers. Special for incubator lots. Book your orders early. —Mrs. J. Watson, STRINGY BARK POSTS, First Class, from Old Trees, £6/10/- per 100, f.o.r. STRAINERS, 5/- and 7/- each.
Apply to— G. GLASS, Whangamarino. TENNIS PLAYERS! ARE YOUR RACQUETS IN PERFECT ORDER? If the strings have been weakened by the games of last .season, it will pay you to let us put them in order now/ as playing with faulty strings tends to weaken the others. We use only the Best Quality Gut, and guarantee a satisfactory job. RACQUETS, PRESSES, COVERS, and AYER'S CHAMPION TENNIS BALLS in stock. CALL AND INSPECT (Late W. G. Flavell) SADDLER & SPORTS DEPOT. OOK! 1/9 per gallon cash Big Tree 1 Motor Spirit, at Lally's Station Gara.ee. East Street. Pukekohe, 336
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