AMUSEMENTS ' CENTURY Queen Street — Phone 42-16 S. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. Central Heating — Deaf Aids. Plans at Theatre and Begg's. Queen Street. DAILY: 11—2—5—8. * * THE STORY OP A SEA-GOING LADY WHO FOUGHT LIKE A HELLCAT! 20th Century - Eox Present A SPECIAL FEATURETTE: "THE FIGHTING LADY" "THE FIGHTING LADY" "THE FIGHTING LADY" "THE FIGHTING LADY" AND "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT" "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT" WITH PHIL BAKER ALICE FAYE — BETTY GRABLE THE RITZ BROS.. And a Host o£ other Favourite Stars. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. It's Coming — England's Masterpiece Noel Coward's "This Ha.ppy Breed." IVICT 0 R Y" I GREEN LANE. Phone 16-647 Finally To-night at 8. She Dared Not Whisper! She hated the life she lived . . . Hate followed her . . . Death shadowed her- . . . Scorn and scandal made her loveliness a curse . . . Because of a secret. ANNA NEAGLE — RICHARD GREENE In the Honest to Goodness Thriller. " YELLOW CANARY " And N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. CRYSTAL PALACE MOUNT "EDEN. Phone 60-573 FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 7 # 45 A Merry-Go-Round of Dazzling All - Technicolour Frolics! BETTY GRABLE, GEO. MONTGOMERY (Colour) " CONEY ISLAND " Approved for Universal Exhibition. <fc OTTO KRUGER — ERWIN KELSER "THEY LIVE IN FEAR" Recommended by Censor for Adults. II I- R I A L T 0 I j NEWMARKET. Fnone 20-809 j FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 7 # 45 A Picture You Will Praise For Its Sincerity! LESLIE HOWARD Presents ROSAMUND JOHNS - STEWART GRANGER " THE LAMP STILL BURNS " & WALLY BROWN — ALAN CARNEY "SEVEN DAYS ASHORE" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. TM7< 1 TTYTP MT - ALBERT. Phone 36-204 UHt JLjUAHi To-night. Tues. & Wed.. 7.45 Anne Baxter. "EVE OF ST. MARK" Kent Smith. "YOUTH RUNS WILD" Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. AUCTIONS SOUIRRELL AND CO. WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THEIR SALEROOMS. 54. HIGH STREET. TO-MORBOW (TUESDAY), AT It A.M. 9FT 6IN FLATTIE. 4FT 9IN ENAM. BENCH AND SINK (cne unit), 5 CANVAS BLINDS (7ft Bin X 4ft. 6ft X 4ft). MOORE ELEC. RANGE. HOTPCHNT PASTRYCOOKS' ELEC. OVEN. DOMESTIC H.W. INCINERATOR, CHAFFCUTTER ELEC. A.C. WASHING MACHINE. WOOD TURNING LATHE (4ft 6in bed). Carpenters' Tools, Lawnmower. Gent.'s Bicycle, House Telephone. Aim. Wash Basin. Buckets, Aim. Fish Boiler, Jackson Pie Heater, G.I. Bath. 8 141b Boxes Mixed Nails. Battery Milk Shake Machine. CHESTERFIELD SUITES, Sideboards. Dining Tables, Dining Chairs, Seagrass Chairs. 2 Onk Mantel Clocks, Divan Chairs, Occ. Tables, A.C. Radio Sets. 2 SCOTCH CHESTS DRAWERS/ Ccmb. Chests, Beds and Wires, Cots, Dressing Tables. KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, Tables. Chairs, Couches. Pots and Pans, Crockery, Bread Crock, Wringer, Stepladder. Rocker Chairs, 2 Large Kero. Lamps, Clothes Basket; Shopping Bags and Baskets, Cane Clothes Hamper, and General Household Sundries. TERMS CASH. FRED ZIEGLER. Auctioneer and Valuer. 16 GEORGE WALKER, LIMITED, AT THE GREAT SALEROOMS, 249, QUEEN STREET, TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), AT 11 A.M. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS. Including: LIVING ROOMS.—3-PIECE RIMU DINING SUITE, comprising Mirror Sideboard, Oval Table and six chairs to match; Glassware, Dinner Ware, Cutlery, Himu Settee and Squab, Morris and Seagrass Chairs, 3-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE, Cushions, Occ. Tables, Kerb, Pictures, Vases and Ornaments, Odd Sideboards, Dining Tables and Chairs, Bookshelf, Easy Chairs, Curtains, etc. BEDROOMS.—4-PIECE RIMU BEDROOM SUITE comprising Mirror Wardrobe and Dressing Chest, Toilet Cabinet and Full-size Bod and Wire-Wove; Kapok Bedding and Pillows, Bedside Tables and Chairs. Curtains and Flooring, Odd Wardrobes and Comb. Dressing Chests, Double and Slnßle Beds and Wire Woves, Chests Drawers, and other Bedroom Plenishments. . KITCHEN TABLES AND CHAIRS, Crockery and Cooking Utensils, Glassware, Lawnmower, Garden Tools, Sundries too numerous to detail. GEORGE WALKER, LIMITED, Leonard Coakley, T. A. Goulding, Auctioneers. 18 O N BE HALF' OF CLIENTS TUKNERS AND GROWERS, LIMITED. CITY MARKETS. AUCKLAND, Will be Holding Another ol their Weekly Sales of CARS AND TRUCKS NEXT WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, AT NOON. This Week's Sale will include:— 1939 BUICK SPEClAL—Exceptionally good rubber. This Car is in immaculate condition and is fitted with a first-class wireless. 1938 PONTIAC SEDAN—Good rubber, only one previous owner. Everything In perfect condition, including wireless. 1939 STANDARD 10—First-class rubber and perfect mechanically. Low mileage. 133e FORD 10 —First-class rubber, mechanically sound, recently overhauled; new paintwork. 1933 MORRIS MlNOß—Mechanical condition and appearance first-class. 1938 CITROEN 15 SPORTS COUPE — Good rubber, mechanically excellent: fitted with wireless. Only two owners. 1933 FORD B—Good rubber, new upholstery, sound mechanically. 1933 VAUXHALL—Fitted with first-class gas producer. In excellent working order. Good tyres, mechanically o.k. TRAILER—4.6 x , 5.6, semi-streamlined; 16in wheels, good tyres. DINGHY—7.6, brand new. clinker built, well made. WATCH THIS COLUMN FOR DETAILS OF FURTHER VEHICLES. Any Trial will be given on the Morning ot Sale. TURNERS AND GROWERS. LIMITED. Phone 32-100. 16 TURNERS & GROWERS, LTD. AUCTIONS COMMENCE: 8 A.M.—FRESH VEGETABLES (£>aily). FRESH FRUIT (Daily). 8 A.M.—fresh CUT FLOWERS (Tuesday and Friday). 10 A.M.—FRESH CUT FLOWERS (Monday and Thursday). 10 A.M.—POULTRY (Tuesday and Friday). LARGEST SALES IN NEW ZEALAND. :19 RICHARD ARTHUR, LTD., & RAYMOND EDER, 191, QUEEN STREET, (Next Door 'Power Board Building), WILL SELL AT 11 O'CLOCK, TUESDAY. 3 PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE, OAK BOW ARMS. OAK DINING SUITE. BED SETTEE,' upholstered In Tapestry; 2 Fireside Chairs, Upholstered Easy Chair, Rimu Sideboard, Dining Table, 4 Rimu Chairs, Oak Sideboard, Chesterfield Lounge, Occ. Tables, E.P. Ware, Portable Gramophone, Oval Rimu D. Table, Seagrass Chair, Rimu Settee and Squab, Oval Oak Table and 4 Chairs. Rimu Settee, 4 R. Chairs, Haywln VACUUM CLEANER, Oak Dinner Wagon, 2 Oak Carver Chairs, Rimu Settee and squab, fittld 3 drawers, Carpet Sweeper (Bissells), Electric Light Standard Lamp, Crockery, Radio, Ax. Carpet. OAK WARDROBE, Mirror Door; Rlnri 4-drawer Chest, D.R. Bed and Wire, BeaconsCeld Wardrobe, 3ft 6ln Bed and Wire, D.S. Wardrobe, ChildSs Cot, D. Oak Jacobean Bed and Wire, S. Bed and" Wire, S. Mattress, D.S. Comb. Chest, 4ft Bed and Wire, 4ft Kapok Mattress, Chest Drawers, Child's Bed and Base. PUSHCHAIR (folding), Kitchen Table, K. Chairs, Elec. Radiator, 2 Armchairs, Pictures, Boy's Bicycle, Kitchen Sundries, Golf Club and Bag, Carpenter's Tools. IVAN T. FRANCm, Auctioneer and Valuer. 16 FOR MEW SEEVICE FOB THE SERVICES. SPECIAL SERVICE TO ALL IN UNIFORM, STEELE PHOTOGRAPHY. 325, Queen Street (opp. Amusement Park). PHONE 43-370. V
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