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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 18, No. 1. March 3, 1954

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE SECOND-HAND BOOKSTALL Situation: Lower Gym. Go out at main door, turn right—just above the tennis courts. The Bookstall does two things . . . It sells books FOR you. It sells books TO you. ? HOURS Receiving books for sale During enrolement times. March 3-6 Selling First week of term ONLY—8-12 March. 8.45 a.m. to 7 'p.m. The bookstall is run by members of the Student Christian Movement for your convenience. We tell books on commissions. The smell charge is made to cov…

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE SECOND-HAND BOOKSTALL Situation: Lower Gym. Go out at main door, turn right—just above the tennis courts. The Bookstall does two things . . . It sells books FOR you. It sells books TO you. ? HOURS Receiving books for sale During enrolement times. March 3-6 Selling First week of term ONLY—8-12 March. 8.45 a.m. to 7 'p.m. The bookstall is run by members of the Student Christian Movement for your convenience. We tell books on commissions. The smell charge is made to cover expenses, end ell profits ere given to student activities and W.U.S. relief. Bring lest year's books now—this week—and get them sold for you—next week. All bools must be marked with owner's name. address. end the price wanted. • Conditions of Sale 1. All possible cere will be taken with books offered for tele, but no responsibility accepted for demage to books, or lots of books. 2. A commission of one penny (Id.) on every shilling (I/-) or Part thereof will be charged on all books sold. A minimum of sixpence (6d.) will be charged to each teller of books. 3. When the management considers that the price of any book it excessive, it reserves the right, without notice to the owner, to reduce that price to what it consider a reasonable figure. 4. The Management reserves the right to further reduce the price to 25 per cent on the last day of tale. 5. The responsibility for collecting money or unsold books rests with the owner atone (unless a written order it given hat they be posted). 6. (e) All money or untold books must be collected between March 29 and 31, I9S4, during the times 9 to 9.30 am., 12 to I p.m., and 5 to 7 p.m. (b) All money not collected by March 31, 1954 will be subject to a levy of 25 per cent. (c) All money and books not collected by May 31. 1954, will become the property of the V.U.C. S.C.M. Come and buy your text books here, during the first week of term, and note, ONLY THE FIRST WEEK of term. UNIVERSITY OF N.Z.