Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 25, No. 1. 1962.
Studio of Ballroom and Latin-American Dancing. A school of dancing which asks its pupils to study assiduously and offers expert individual or group tuition. The basic course is 5 half-hour lessons, but there is no limit to what can be learned. Phones 45-818 (8) and 52-973 (H).
A fine place in Lambton Quay between the Cable Car and Whitcombe & Tombs. The best range of dresses and coats in town, attractively displayed.
Carter's Wool Shop
About half-way along Willis Street. Very smooth-flowing silent wool for knitting during lectures. Muffled needles sold. Seriously though, specialists, with the best range of plys and colours in town.
Opp. the Grand Hotel in Willis Street, below street level. An excellent range of mixand-match separates—slacks, skirts, blouses, overblouses, sweaters, etc. Skirts with matching three-quarter coats are new. Suede coats and sports jackets, casual and charming. Also at 137 Cuba Street. For students only—7½% discount on presentation of Library Card.
Discount does not app'y to Sales.
Upstairs in Herbert Street, off Manners Street. On one side of a partition, coffee and fruit juices, on the other, dancing (live orchestra). Admission on dancing nights, 6/-.
Modern Books Ltd.
At 48a Manners Street, a co-operative bookshop. Buying a single share (£1) entitles you to 10% discount on all titles for life. German, Spanish. French and Russian. Any book ordered from anywhere in the world—delay about two months.
Half-way along Willis Street. The bulk of the stock Penguins, plus selected American educational titles—probably the best representation in town of really good paper-backs. Useful references in Pelican, especially for English, History, Philosophy, Psychology.
At 102 Lambton Quay, Phone 43-910. Religious books of all descriptions, e.g., theological, devotional, church history — and children's.
Sweet & Maxwell (N.Z.) Ltd.
54 The Terrace. Carry a Complete Range of Student Books in Commerce and Law.
Price Lists Available on Request.
Whitcombe & Tombs, Ltd.
For the most complete range of Text Books. Discounts available to Students for Text Book Purchases.
Keep Fit Department
22 Manners Street. Toughen up for the football season, loosen up for the cricket season, tone up for the swotting season. Personal individual tuition. There is a significant reduction in fees for groups of four or more. This is a special, for students only, and Library Cards must be produced.
The Sports Depot
Half-way along Willis Street. Long-standing connection with University sport, Every one of Vic's twenty-four sports catered for here All contingencies provided for.
At the bottom of the Plimmer Steps. Handy to the 'Varsity, to eating places and shops. Students and student teachers found here. Only bar in town with a choice of beers on tap. Red Band Draught and Tui Draught.
Hotel St. George
Nearest to the University, on the corner of Willis and Manners Streets. Many like the Back Bar. Never too crowded and comfortably twilit. Handy to eating places. Red Band Draught, drawn from a refrigerated tank room.
Watson Victor Ltd.
16, The Terrace. Phone 42-095. Angle-poise lamps, drawing instruments, precision slide rules, etc. Serving science for over 70 years, Watvic offers students the most comprehensive range of scientific equipment.
J. B. Porath, Chemist
In the T. & G. Building, opp. Cable Car Lane. A most handy shop with the usual range of soaps, cosmetics, ointments and soothing balms. Prompt prescription service.
Gilbert's Beauty Shop
In 10 Willis Street above S. P. Andrew's, near Stewart Dawson's Corner. Hair styles for girls. Highly individual attention and plenty of fashion ideas.
James Soteros, Hairdresser
In Manners Street, beside the Post Office. An entirely now well-designed little saloon with 3 chairs and a good standard of cutting. Continental haircuts a specially. Tatts tickets.
At 86 Manners St., opp. the Regent Theatre. Tel. 40-529. For Capping. Tournament, Law, Commerce and Miscellaneous Balls, a good dress suit hire service, with individual service and/or alterations. For the exhibitionist—costumes to hire. Go wild, man.
Central Park Cabaret
Dine and Dance
Supper and Dance
Tony Noorts' Orchestra
Featuring the electronic console organ, floor shows, vocalists. Ideal for all your social functions.
Phones: 50-590 or 58-000/6033.
Curiously enough, they come in various shades of fawn. But they come. They have a reputation for responding soonest to telephone calls. After the ball or the party . . . 56-900
Reginald Collins Ltd.
At No. 3 Ballance Street, in the Maritime Building. Wholesale wine and spirit people. Vintners to Students' Assn. Especially of interest are their sweet and dry sherry sold in flagons, which go well at a party. Also red and white dry table wines at 6/-. Minimum order 2 gallons.
The Bank of New Zealand
Comes a degree. Comes a wife, child and bank account. Get in early with a Bnz cheque account. Pay by cheque. Get the record of your statement. Control your spending.
In Willis Street, near Stewart Dawson's Corner, and
In Lambton Quay, opp. the D.I.C. Two of a kind. Good food cooked with a light touch. Just the place for business girls. The salads are special. Prices good.
4 Roxburgh Street, off Marjoribanks Street, past the Embassy Theatre. Serves a delectable plat du jour at 3/6. Home-made cakes Coffee, of course. Praiseworthy.
A network covered by trams, diesel buses and trolley buses, will take you anywhere in the City. Timetables can be procured at the Lambton Quay and Courtenay Place Terminals at 6d. per copy. The sight-seeing tours are truly remarkable and will make you familiar with the terrain of Wellington.
Telephone 42-719 for further information