DANCING. | ST. SEPULCHRE'S HALL. TO-NIGHT. VENTURA DANCE CLUB THE HEADQUARTERS OF MODERN DANCING. SWING MUSIC AT ITS BEST BT REG. GOULD AND HIS SEJVBN-PIECB BAND. |
THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN.j 26 AMBASSADOR'S HALL, TO-NIGHT, DOMINION ROAD (2nd Section). COLUMBIA SOCIAL CLUB OLD-TIME DANCE, 8 TO 12. Under Sole Management of A. G. Cossey with PARKER'S ORCHESTRA OF SEVEN PLAYERS. 2 Monte Carlos, Ist, 2nd 3rd Priaee. Streamers, Twilight Waltz. Excellent Floor, Music and Supper. I f DANCE IN THIS BEAUTIFUL 1 HALL., WHICH HAS THE 1 LARGEST FLOOR SPACE IN | THE CITY. j i Admission 1/8. P.S.— . GRAND BALL, SATURDAY, SEPT. 2. ALWAYS THE BEST IN AUCKLAND. 26 NEW DIXIELAND cabaret DIXIELAND CABARET QUEEN STREET. TO-NIGHT—TO-NIGHT OLD-TIME) AND MODERN. See Amusements Column tor Detailed Advertisement. rp O - N I G H T TO-NIGHT ZEALANDIA HALL, Balmoral. ZEALANDIA DANCE CLUB. FAMOUS ZEALANDIA DANCE BAND. Monte, Special Prizes, Balloons', Streamer! Supper. Ladies 1/6, Gents 1/9. M.C., .7. FOX. Hostess, A. CASSIE REMEMBER LABOUR PARTY POSTEI BALL. TOWN HALL. SEPT. 20. 2' JO - NIGHT TO-NIGH 3 SRAND CARNIVAL N I G H 1
PARNELL R.S.A. HALL. Novelties, Monte Carlos. DIXIE BOYS' BAND PLAY ALL THE LATEST DANCE HITS. Modern and Old-Time. Good Supper. Gents 1/6, Ladles 1/6. J. ADOLPH. M.C. CJ T. BENBDICT'S HALL. 0 TO-NIGHT And Every Saturday Night. OLD-TIMB AND MODERN DANCING. Most Sociable Dance of all in Auckland. Good Floor, Good Supper. Monte Carlos, etc. RHYTHM ACES BAND. Ladies 1/6. Gents 2/. 26 rnO-NIGHT HARMONY HALL, Wellesley Street West. TUI OLD-TIME DANCE. Sociable, Select, Enjoyable. Featuring Favourite Old and New Dances. Exceptional Music. Floor and Management. Monte Carlo. Spot Waltz, Supper. Admission: Ladies 1/. Gents 1/6. 26 BLIND INSTITUTE. Auckland's Most Brilliant Band; Old-time and Modern. Box 8, Newmarket. Phone 45-S7O. B RAILWAY NOTICES. E W ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TIME-TABLE ALTERATIONS. On and after SONT)AY, 27th August, 1939, Kimibia Station will be closed lot Passenger and Ordinary Traffic. After SUNDAY, 27th August. 1939, Kimihia Station will cease to be a Stopping Place for trains. ONEHUNGA BRANCH. The following Time-table Alterations will operate from and including SATURDAY, 2nd September, 1939 :— The usual 11.44 a.m. Penrose Junction-Onebung-a Saturday train will NOT run. The usual 12.3 p.m. Onehunga - Penrose Junction Saturday train will NOT run. :2« EXAMINATIONS. INSTITUTE OF INCORPORATE!] SECRETARIES OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. SEPTEMBER EXAMINATIONS.
Candidates are reminded that applica tions to sit for the September Examination! must be in the hands of the undersigned not later than August 31. 1939. Further particulars on application. Library available to candidates. VAL. KIRK, F. 1.1.5., Registrar, New Zealand Division. Argus House, High Street, Auckland, C.l. P.O. Box 825. Ph. 43-749. :2» CHIROPRACTORS. pHIROPRACTIC Institute, Lionel Duggan Winstone Buildings. I'hon DIiGGAX, Miss Freda (Palmer Graduate) X.Z.C.A.. Winstone Blrtgs., 46-414. I TIES AND UII<ES, Palmer Graduates Members N.Z.C.A., Dilworth Building Phone 45-523. E PKItCY HAMBLIN. Palmer Graduate, 1( years' American experience.—Colonia Mutual Bldgs., 42-244. E GOLF. AUCKLAND'S Foremost Coach. Norrie Bell, at Watts' Sports Depot. No Increase tn fees. —Phone 43-412. D THE CHURCH AND THE MAN IN THE STREET. "THE MAIN ISSUE." I F.EREKFORD ST. CONGREGATIONAL ! CHURCH. | . SUNDAY, 7 P.M.
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