AMUSEMENTS. Direction : Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. 11 A.M. — 2.15 — 8 P.M. LAST DAY — "THE PETRIFIED FOREST." Jtccoin mended by Censor for Adults. ===== TO-MORROW. HERE'S THE LAST AVORD IX ' SMART ENTE It'l'A 1N MENT. WILLIAM POWELL, WILLIAM POWELL, WILLIAM POWELL, WILLIAM POWELL, WILLIAM POWELL, WILLIAM POWELL, WILLIAM POWELL, WILLIAM POWELL, WILLIAM POWELL, With JEAN ARTHUR JEAN ARTHUR I In THE EX MRS. BRADFORD -- THE EX MRS. BRADFORD - THE EX MRS. BRADFORD THE EX MRS. BRADFORD Rccommcnded bi/ Censor for Adults. The screen's Number One Society 'Sleuth in a crime riddle" dark with mystery, brilliant wiib wit, dangerous with the wileiTof an ex-wife-determined to get him back. YOU'LL REVEL IN IT. 1 PRINCE EDWARD j Karangahnpe Road Phone 4G-252. Direction: Sir Benjamin Fuller. Centrally Heated. Warm and Comfortable. Last Night .... "A LADY'S PROFESSION," With Alison Sklpworth, Roland Young, George Barbior. "THE PHANTOM PRESIDENT," With Claudettc Colbert, .limmie Durante, Kent Taylor. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. ALSO SCREENING: Pop-eye Cartoon, Sportlight. Etc. ADULTS, 6D. CHILDREN, 3D. KIDDIES! Don't forget tlie Grand Opening o£ the Prince Edward Pop-Eye Club on Saturday Next, at 1.30 p.m. The Programme includes : Pop-Eye and Betty Boop Cartoons. "O'Shauglinessy's Boy" and Tim McCoy in "Whirlwind, Etc. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition.
j | ONEHUNGA | 1 STRAND TO-xioht. STRAND | ID O U BLEST Alt AXT KAC TI ON. 'First Feature: STANLEY LUI'INO ill a Br«!v Musical Comedy. "HONEYMOON FOR THREE." Second Feature: MAY ROBSON, CAROLE LOMBARD aiul ROGIOR I'RYOR in "LADY BY CHOICE." Hoth Rccommcnded Censor [nr Adults. (7) "GREY" LYNN CT) VI/ CINEMA. To-night, at 7.45. Phone 20-100. GUEST NIGHT. George Burns — Oracle Allen 1 n "MANY HAI'PY RETURNS.' Approved for Universal Exhibition. Also Pop-Bye the Sailor in "Ha Ha ! Ha!" Friday : "Wliipsaw" aiul "Ship Cafe." They's Wonderful ! The New Seats. | THE CAPITOL] TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW ONLY! Alexandre Dumas' Famous Story,, "THE THREE MUSKETEERS" Also Zane "Grey's Thrilling Adventure, " NEVADA." Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. BRITISH DRAMA LEAGUE (N.Z. Branch, Inc., Auckland Area). JUNIOR. FESTIVAL OF DRAMA, TO-MORROW AFTERNOON (FRIDAY), At 2 p.m. Performances by the Rlack Watch Players (directed 'by Miss Beatrice Mackenzie), Children's Theatre Croupe (by Mrs. Bartleyliaxter), Petits Perialis (by Mrs. Culford Bell), Pupils of Vasanta Garden School and of St. Anne's School, Takapuna. EVENING SESSION, TO-MORROW (FRI.), At 7.30 p.m. Maisie Carte-Lloyd Players, Children's Theatre Group, The Geotropismists (directeil by Miss Beatrice Mackenzie), and the As You Like It Club (directed by Mrs. Terry and -Miss Althea Parker. Admission: Adults, 1/; Junior, (id. 23 ELECTORAL. A UCKLAND JgOARD. In accordance with the provisions of the Education Act, 1014, it is hereby notified that tlie uiuler-named persons have been duly elected Members of the Education Board of tlie District of Auckland : — For tlie Auckland Urban Area— WILFRED HENRY FORTUNE. COLIN ROBERT MUNRO. THOMAS UMFREY WELLS. For the Hamilton Urban Area — FREDERICK AUGUSTUS SNELL (Unopposed). For the North Ward of the Rural Area— GEORGE SINGER BLACK MORRISON. For the East Ward of tlie Rural Area— ARCHIBALD BURNS. For the West Ward of the Rural Area— JAMES PRIMROSE. The result of the voting is as follows: — AUCKLAND URBAN AREA. • Votes Thomas TJinfrcy Wells 201 Wilfred Henry Fortune 103 Colin Robert Munro 103 Charles Stephen Morris 133 Alfred Roberts 00 George Brownlee 84 Total number of valid votes recorded 310 Number of votes rejected as informal 0 NORTH WARD. George Singer Black Morrison 357 Frederick Blaekwell Rciwe 210 John Morrison 192 William Alexander Bishop 07 Total number of valid votes recorded 562 Number of votes rejected as informal -16 EAST WARD. Archibald Burns 600 Charles MacShane Speedy 303 Total number of valid votes recorded 000 Number of votes rejected as informal 23 WEST WARD. •Tames Primrose 350 John Patterson 339 Total number of valid votes recorded Number of votes rejected ns informal 2S D. W. DUNLOr, Returning Officer. Education Board, Auckland. July 22, 1936. _ 23
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