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SHIPPING. G U S T A V, SAILIXG EARLY FOR SVDXEY, WILL TAKE CARGO. For full particulars, apply. J. B. O'LOGHLEX, 9, Ferry Buildings. THE S.S. OHiXEMUKI will receive II Cargo for WHAXGAPE at the Albert Wharf, Auckland, on TUESDAY, and until Noon, WEDNESDAY, 17th inst. , Shipping Notes must be stamped and freight paid «t our Offices, National Bank Chambers, Fort Street. GILFILLAN AXD GENTLES. Agents. Q y HEDA, FOR WHITFORD. leaves Albert Wharf: Leaves Whitford: Fri. 19th. ? p.m. Fri. 19th, G p.m. For Waitakaruru, every Monday, 12 noon. OV. IRANUI, for Piako River, Every Thursday. 12 noon. A. G. BERTRAM AND CO. Phone 43-107. XT TE TOA AND OUTLAW.— . V . GRAHAM'S BEACH. AWHITU, POLLOK. TE TORA, and WAIAU PA. Leaves Onehunga: Leaves Te Tora: Mon. 15th, 2 p.m. Tues. 16th, 7 a.m. Tues. IGth, 5.15 p.m."Wed. 17th, 7.30 a.m. Wed. 17th. 6 p.m. Thurs. 18th, 7.30 a.m. Tiiurs. ISth, 6 p.m. Fri. 19th. 9.15 a.m. 'Calls at Orua Ba\* and Wattle Bay. ORUA BAY, WATTLE BAY, AND HUIA. Leaves Council Landing, Huia Bay: Fri. 19th. 8.30-a.m. EXCURSIONS, PICNICS, ETC. LAUNCHES LANCIA AND OMATI. (No Cargo received within one hour of sailing time). Weather permitting. FOR SILVERDALE. MANLY. ARKLE'S BAY AND RIVER PORTS. Leaves Auckland: Leaves Silverdale: Mon. 15tb, 10 a.m. Tues. 16th, 1.30 p.m. Wed. 17th. 12 110011 *T!mrs. 18th, 6 a.m. Thurs. 18th, 3 p.m. "Fri. 19th, 6 a.m. •Returns same day. LAUNCH TVYNONA. DAILY EXCURSION TO PINE ISLANDLeaves Auckland at 10 a.m. Returning from Pine Island at 3.50 p.m. Fares: Adults, Is Gd; Children, 9d return. Calling at Whenuapai, Greeuhithe, Hobsonville. Beach Haven and Island Bay. Refreshments obtainable on the Island. MOTOR SERVICES, MASTER MOTOR WHAKATANE-OPOTIKI-GISBORNE. Messrs. Kusabs and Puckey's Cars leave Rotorua daily at 8.30 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. after arrival of Express. Reserve your seat at Auckland office. No. *!. Swanson St., Phone 44-65G, or by collect wire. Aard, Rotorua. Direct one-day services to Gis borne on Sundays, via Whakatane and Opotiki. Only 1926 new cars used. Service unexcelled. A UCKLAND HAURAKI JSJfcHffjajg A PLAINS-THAMES. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS. HUDSON SEDAN. (Special I'ripß by Arrangement.) Car leaves G.P.0., 1 p.m.. for Mangatawhiri Valley. Maramarua, Waitakaruru,, Pipiroa, Ngatea, Kerepeehi,-Tarua, Kopuarahi (connects with Thames btis) % Ring Phones: Auckland 26-574. Ngatea 39, RIDE WITH AARD. OGIE.R AND WOODS. /v 73 A ERG A - AUCKLAND./M l&L, **- WHITE STAR SERVICE. Leaves Imperial Hotel, Fort W W Street, 1 p.m. DAILY for Hauraki Plains and Paeroa, connecting with bus for Thames, Waihi and Te Aroha. Ring Phones 45-420, 42-000. EVAN THOMAS. DAVE A DAY IN TRANSIT. O TAURANGA-MATAMATA. }P** S Cars leave Matamata after arfw d§ rival of Rotorua Express from W W Auckland. Arrive Tauranga about 5.30 p.m. Reservations and Information GOVT. TOURIST OFFICE. Johnston's Taxis phone 42-000. Or Collect Wire to WALKER'S MOTORS, Matamata and Tauranga. HAMILTON-KAWHIA SERVICE. Leaves Kawhia —Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 7.30 a.m Leaves HamiltonTuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. 10.30 a.m. Leaves Te Awamutu—Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday. 11.30 a.m.. for Kawhia.—J P. Robinson, Proprietor. Book seats by collect wire. Aard, Hamilton or Kawhia. WHITE CAR SERVICE. THE LARGEST MAIL SERVICE IN THE NORTH ISLAND. LEAVES ROTORUA DAILY AT 8.30 A.M. For WHAKATANE, OPOTIKI. GISBORNE. Through Service. No Changing. Our Fares are the Cheapest in the District. WILLIAMS MOTORS, LTD., Hinemoa Street. Rotorua. Phone 124. WHITFIELD'S g ONE-DAY gERVICE. Owner Drivers. ROTORUA-GISBORNE. via OPOTIKI, £2 10s. Tuesdays, Saturdays, 6 ROTORUA—NAPIER, via TAUPO, £3. Wednesday. Saturday, 6 a.m. Other days breaking journey at WAIRAKEI. Wo are the onlv One-day Through Service Both Routes. '* Book at THE GEYSER MOTOR SERVICE. FENTON STREET, ROTORUA. Phone 391. THE BEST SIGHT-SEEING TRIPS IN THE THERMAL REGIONS. FOR HIRE. BOTTLE Jacks and Timber Jacks in good order.—Sam White snd Sons. Market Place. Phone 44-708. WANTED KNOWN. JEFFERS' Irish Linen Store, 41, Jervois Rd., Ponsonby. Visitors cordially invited to inspect oar stock. CONTINUATION Sale of Gramophone Motors and Gramophones this week only, at Woodhouse's, 340, Queen St. Bunions cured. Green Leaf Regd. Vy Salve, Is, 2s 6d; postal note.—Peter Brennan. Chiropodist. Paeroa. VOU wouldn't know your Car when -I washed by latest Spray method.—Used Cars. Ltd.. Newmarket. T>ILE Cones.—Coonley's give instantaneous J- relief. Sufferers report wonderful results. Posted 4s 9d.—Dewar. Strand Arcade. EE Wise, Order Your Costumes and Suits from Laurie and Hardy. Foresters' Bldgs.. Albert St. HARRY FORT, High-class Tailor.-Moder-ate Prices. Palmerston Buildings, Queen St. opp. G.P.O. MISS BRADY, Confidential Typiste, First Floor. Winstone's Bldgs., Auckland.— Duplicating. Specifications. Price Lists.— Phone 43-799. BROS., 336, Remuera Rd. (next VJ P.O.).—High-class Laundry Work guaranteed: moderate charges. HEALTH is Wealth.—lf you are seeking it consult W. T. Anderton, 17, Mt. Eden Rd. GEORGE B. PROUD. Iron and Brass Founder, Cleave Ave., off Grey St., Auckland. Phone 40-784. ATEUROL Tablets give instant relief in Headaches. Toothache. Neuralgia, Is 6d at Chemists and Stores. CHESTERFIELD Suites m Moquette; Damasks, newest designs; prices right fnr nuiilitv work.—Fahey. Civic Square. BOWLERS.— We Stock your registered Club Colours.—Cox, The Hatter, Karangahapc Rd. Phone 40-585. INECTO " Hair Dye, procurable in all shades from' Miss Borgolte. Toilet Specialist, City Chambers, Auckland. 4 LL-Wool Indigo fine Serge Trousers, xi. sizes 3to 7. 18s 6d.—Hunter's. 13. Elliott St. i RTHUR BREE (Pianist). Tuner and jA. Repairer; expert attention.—Symonds St.. opp. Tutt's. Phone 4IS-395. MISS HUNWICK, Dressmaker, 63. Strand Arcade.—Costumes and Gowns to order. Pupils taken for dressmaking. BEST Liquid Floor Polish, la, B-Shine, non-slipping, no rubbing, beautiful effect: la 6d pints, all Stores. BASKETS Rehandled and Repaired by the Soldier Basketmaker.—A. Slade. Corner Howe-Jersey Sts.. Newton. "DUNGALOWS. LTD., High St., Auckland. i> —Buildings financed; plans and specifications supplied.—Phoca 2116 A.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIII, Issue 19485, 15 November 1926

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