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Offshore Residents of Pittwater, Australia
Island Winter Fire Shed Dinner
September 8th, 7pm
Fireshed Dinner for the year
Western (Italian) by Nathalie & Crew
- Sly Dogs
Children under 12 $5
WATER TAXI NEWS - 0428 238 190
Point to Bell Special
After a few genuine enquiries as to whether the Taxis were still
running the 'Special' to Bell Wharf', we realised we hadn't actually
officially told everyone. Our bad....so here it is.
You've all done very well and we're positively dizzy from doing laps
between Church Point and Bell.
THEREFORE...the trial was successful and we've gone firm.
The ordinary working-hours commuter rate
Monday to Friday, 6am to
6pm, Church Point to Bell (or the other way) is $12 cash.
As a matter of policy, we don't charge residents cartage for reasonable
amounts of gear (i.e. shopping),
however, this only applies if it's the resident who's actually
travelling. Tradesmen working for residents
and sporting whopping big toolboxes and lugging materials will incur
cartage so please don't send them
down the hill with just $12. Give us a call first.
Yours aye - PWT
Friday Friday 31st
- Open until 1am
Water Taxi will be operating until 1am this Friday night.....
Black Rubber Mat
If you found our large outdoor rubber mat (1.5m x 1m) on the road
between Cargo Wharf and Thompson Street on Wednesday evening can you
please give me a ring. I returned immediately once I realised it had
fallen off our golf cart but someone had picked it up.
Phone 9997 8551 or 0415 393 676
1 cot - white in good condition
1 stained timber 2 drawer chest
1 matching shelf unit - shelves
2 rolls chicken wire (approx 30 metres in each)
Any reasonable offers accepted
Call Michelle McDonald, Elvina Bay - 9999 3550
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