Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 25. No. 12. 1962
Carter's Wool Shop
About half-way long Willis Street. Very. smooth-flowing silent wool for knitting during lectures. Muffled needles told. Seriously though, specialists, with the best range of plys and colours in town.
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 Hange of Student Books in Commerce and Law.
Price Lists Available on Request.
Whitcombe & Tombs, Ltd.
(University Bookseller and Stationers) Lambton Query, Wellington.
For the most complete range of text Books Discounts available to Students for Text Book Purchases.
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.
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.
Keep Fit Department
The Sports Depot
Witcombe & Caldwell)
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.
Hotel St. George
Nearest lo 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.
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.
Reginald Collins Ltd.
At No. 3 Ballance Street, in the Maritime Building. Wholesale wine and spirit people. Vintners to Students' Attn. Especially of interest are their sweet and dry sherry sold in flagons, which go well at a party. Also red and white dry (able wines at 6/-. Minimum order 2 gallons.
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.
Arty & Crafty
Artists, amateur and others: You may be a dribbling "Morris" or a sky-dreaming palette "transformer" . . . You are always welcome to exhibit books and show work on prepayment of costs at the
Cultural Centre Art Gallery, 13 Elizabeth Street, Wellington.