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. AMUSEMENTS j BOOK NOW FOR TO-NIGHT VI PLAZA ■ / / :== QUEEN STREET j= \ / sj Phona 41-586. s= N^ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. To-day: 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 8 p.m. 20th Century-Fox presents A NEW KIND OF PICTURE. "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" In Glorious Technicolour. ALL THE THRILLS OP "KENTUCKY," WALTER "bRENNAN LON McCALLISTER — JEANNE CRAIN CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD Approved for Universal Exhibition. ' S It's Coming — England's Masterpiece, I Noel Coward's "This Happy Breed." i |o XF 0 R Di fc^. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Opp C.P.O. Phone 42-274. SESSIONS DAILY AT 11 — 2 — 5 — 8. A Masterpiece of Macabre! i A Classic of Horror Fiction! LAIRD CREGAR. GEORGE SANDERS — LINDA DARNELL In Crime's Most Shocking Story . . . ■ i " HANGOVER SQUARE " ! "HANGOVER SQUARE" ; "HANGOVER SQUARE" Recommended' by Censor Jor Adults Only. Unsuitable for Children. FRIDAY NEXTOXFORD & TIVOLI. 20th Century - Fox Films Present ' The Goofiest, Craziest, Daffiest Detectives That Ever Muffed a Mystery! « That Devastating Duo of Dopey Dicks,. Those Dukes of Daftmore. The one and only pair of Stupor Sleuths, Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy In the Laugh Limit of their Screwball Career. "THE BIG NOISE" "THE BIG NOISE" Approved fof Universal Exhibition. until Coming — England's Masterpiece. Noel Coward's "This Happy Breed." T I V 0 L I || j^ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Near Grafton Bridge. Phone 44-136. To-night at 8. ' ! Transferred Direct from the Century. i JOAN FONTAINE — ORSON WELLES In Charlotte Bronte's Immortal Story, "JANE EYRE" " JANE EYRE " "JANE EYRE" " JANE EYRE " . Recommended by Censor for Adultg. •pTJi/~firi - vrm EPSOM. Phone 60-142 XL-EjvJ.E.'.LN •* To-night. Tues. & Wed.. 7.45 Ginger Rogers—Dennis Morgan In Christopher Morley's ii ' "KITTY FOYLE" Recommended *by Censor lor Adults. PANSp-TO-NIGHT — 8 p.m. - Midnight — TO-NIGHT Music Devoted to Swing and Styled by a Band of Talented Artists. At N.Z.'B PRE-EMINENT CABARET. Ladies 1/6. Gentlemen 2/6. Reserves TeL 48-777. OPEN NIGHTLY. Intoxicants Strictly Prohibited. AUCTIONS WITHOUT RESERVE — RICHARD ARTHUR. LTD.. & RAYMOND EDER, 181, QUEEN STREET, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. HUGE CLEARANCE SALE Of HOUSEHOLD GOODS OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Full details Tuesday's Paper. GOODS NOW ON VIEW IN THE BASEMENT. IVAN T. FRANCHI, • ■ Auctioneer. 16_ POULTRY — FRUIT PRODUCE. J. JONES, LTD., AUCTIONEERS, CITY MARKETS, S Will Sell By Auction, TO-MORBOW (TUESDAY), AT 10 A.M., POULT R-Y P O U L T R Y. ROOSTERS, HENS, DUCKS, COCKERELS, BACON, FARM PRODUCE, GROCERIES, Etc. J. JONES, LTD., CITY MARKETS. 16 PUBLIC NOTICES WARNING TO SHIPPING. On and after MONDAY. July Iβ, 1945. Masters of all -vessels are warned to keep clear of an, aiea approximately one mile square situated three miles north of Rangitote crater, and which wili be marked by flagged dan bu&ys, .• (Signed) KEITH DOWDING, 16 Naval Offlcer-in Charge, Auckland District. PUBLIC NOTICE Headquarters Company of the First Battalion National Military Reserve, and Fourth Battalion Auckland Regiment are holding a Reunion at 1 the MASONIC HALL, Princes Street, next to the Grand Hotel, at 7.30 p.m. on SATURDAY, July 21. AU Headquarters Company personnel are Invited ; to obtain Admission Tickets from the Secretary, or any other member of the Committee. 14 Messrs. mcgbegor, lowrie, butler and WHITE, Barristers and Solicitors, Announce that MR. H. J. BUTLER has Resumed the Practice of his Profession, 2ND. FLOOR, SOUTH BRITISH BUILDING, Shortland Street, Auckland, 0.1. PHONE 43-195. 17

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945