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AMUSEMENTS ' [ 2 — SESSIONS DAILY — 2 1 1 111 1 1 1 1111 FULLER'S 111111111 1 11! ? MAJESTIC THEATRE" Destined to become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch lor later announcements. : Sessions: 4.40. 7.45 p.m. Illllllllim Phone 43-210 ■ |||||| |l 111 II . Now . . MEET THE OLD GAS BAG! WALLACE BEERY WALLACE BEERY Beery in Action . . Beery In Trouble . . « the Biggest Liar on the Seven Seas . .with Tom Drake — Jan Clayton •"THIS MAN'S NAVY" "THIS MAN'S NAVY" "THIS MAN'S NAVY" Approved lor Universal Exhibition. A Gripping Dram" of!" Mai? n s \!"L d t S n ACoUSe£i of tryins to Buy his Ov:n Death. DONALD BARRY Henry Hull — Dale Evans "THE WEST SIDE KID" "THE WEST SIDE KID" "THE WEST SIDE KID" Recommended as Unsuitable" for Children. FULLER'S i | r pMNCE~EDW^DJ 1 THEATRE I KARANGAHAPE ROAD, TOP OF QUEEN ST. Phone 48-252. 7 30 — To-night — 7.30. Final Screening The B~l.Thr ! lling H WeS n tern r mama. c Ifs ROUGH, Wallace BEERY, Binnie BARNES and John Carradlne *•» ~ "BARBARY COAST GENT" — And Also — Ann SOTHERN with John HODIAK In " MAISIE GOES TO RENO Programme Approved for Universal Exhibition. TO-MORROW at 7.30. «£, GUEEIT, Turhan Bey and Evelyn Ankers In THE mau GHOUL." Recommended for Adults. And als£ Fatric Knowles with Grace McDonald in -ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID." Onl. Exhib. s FULLER'S rBRTTANNIAJ THEATRE THREE LAMPS Phone 28-041 J Final Presentation THIS EVENING AT 1.30 Universale Mighty Drama "THE SUSfECT" With Charles LAUGHTON Ella RAINES The story that thrilled millions as a book and Cosmopolitan sensation! Recommended by Censor for Adult*. Added Feature: i Mary Beth HOGHES starring In a Musical " melodyTparade " Approved for Universal Exhibition. TO-MORROW WALLACE BEERY In " BARBARY COAST. GENT," Also Evelyn ANKERS, J. Carrol NAISH in " JUNGLE WOMEN " 3 Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S ■ 1 VICTORIA] THEATRE I DEVONPORT Phone 71-683 : Finally To-night at 7.15 CLARK JEANETTE SPENCER Gable Mac Donald Tracy In " SAN FRANCISCO " Recommended by Censor for Adults. Also Bing Crosby I With Ned Sparks, Linda Ware In "THE STARMAKER" Approved for Universal Exhibition. Commencing To-morrow — t Charles Olivia Paulette BOYER DE HAVILLAND GODDARD "Hold Back n The Dawn" I Recommended by Censor for Adults. 3 3 FULLER'S [CAMEO I THEATRE ' ' GREY LYNN Phone 26-406 7.30 — This Evening — 7.30 Fun and Romance "BACHELOR MOTHER" Starring Ginger David ROGERS NIVEN "BACHELOR MOTHER" With Joyous Ginger as a Glamorous Shopgirl. 1 David Niven as the Boss" Son. Charles Coburn as the Store Owner. Frank Albertson as the Jitterbug Stock Clerk. 5 E. E. Cllve—the Butler—Turned Housemaid. "r "BACHELOR MOTHER" Recommended by Censer for Adults. LOCAL BODY NOTICES NORTH AUCKLAND ELECTRIC POWER BOARD. PUBLIC NOTICE. Public notice is hereby given that the North - Auckland Electric Power Board, at a meeting held .' on the Twelfth day of July, 1945. passed the following resolution: — "That In pursuance and in exercise of the powers conferred on it by the Local Government Loans Board Act 1926, the Local Bodies t Loans Act 1926. Section 15 of the Finance Act (No. 2) 1936. and Section 15 of the Statutes Amendment Act 1938, and Amendments and Regulations made thereunder . respectively,' the North Auckland Electric Power Board hereby resolves by way of Special Order as follows:— r "That for the purpose of supplying and distributing electric energy for the benefit of the constituent districts of Hobson County, Whangarei County, Otamatea County, Dareaville Borough and Hikurangi Town within the North Auckland Electric Power District, and for such purpose to do all or any of such matters and things which the Board is empowered to do by the 6 Electric Power Boards Act 1925. and its Amendments, and in particular, but, without limiting in any way any of the e -, aforesaid powers, to provide, erect and " construct, additions and extensions to the present system of electrical distribution t and reticulation, to purchase plant, land, easements, general equipment, and any existing electrical installations and plant, to erect buildings, and to make provision for financial assistance to consumers and for trading purposes as provided by the said Act, the North Auckland Electric Power Board hereby authorises the raising of a loan of Twenty thousand pounds (£20,000) for a term of twenty (20) years at an Interest rate of three and one half (314) per centum per annum. "That the proposed security for the payment of interest, repayment of principal and the payment of other charges on the said loan is a special rate of five forty-eighths (5-48ths) of one penny in the pound (£1) upon the rateable value (on the basis of the unimproved value) of all rateable property in the aforesaid constituent districts. "That it is proposed to pay out of the as an have Ch bee C ° StS ' charges and ex Penses nection with the raising of the loan. That it is proposed to provide for the repayment of the loan or any part thereof by the Issue for each portion as raised of forty (40) debentures covering . forty half-yearly payments of interest and principal over the term of- the loan." Pursuant to Section 45 of the Electric Power Boards Act 1925, public notice is hereby given that the foregoing resolution will be submitted by tne Board at a meeting to be held in the Hobson County Chambers, Normanby S «J! et, Dareaville, on the 9th day of AUGUST 1945, at 11.30 a.m. Pursuant to Section 15, paragraph 2 of the Finance Act (No. 2) 1936, public notice is hereby given that a Poll is required if five per centum of the ratepayers in the aforesaid constituent districts so demand by writing under fheir hands delivered or sent by post to the said Board before the date fixed for the confirmation of the resolution to raise the Loan by Special Order. S. P. DAY, A.R.A.N.Z., F.C.C S Secretary. Dargaville, July 16. 1945. :6 THE AUCKLAND ELECTRIC 1 POWER BOARD Disconnection of areas (when necessary) will be carried out in the following order: FOR WEEK ENDING JULY 23, 1945: Areas 15, 8, 8' .. from 4.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. „ 10, 4, 16 .. from 4.30 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. „ 7, 3,11'.. from 5.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. „ 2, 13, 14 .. from 5.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. „ 1, 5, 6. 12 from 6.00 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. R. H. BARTLEY, '"* General Manager. 16 . 16 Printed and Published for the Proprietors, New Zealand Newspapers. Limited, by Guy Harold Batger, of 73. Upland Road, Remuera. Publisher at the Office.of the Company, Shortland Street Auckland, MONDAY, JULY 16, 1040.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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