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. AMUSEMENTS {J^ Queen Street — Phone 42-169." y' Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. f Central Heating — Deaf Aids. \ Flans 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 - Fox 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 ALIOE FA YE — : BETTY GRABLE u_ .. ...... THE RITZ...BROS., = And a Host of other Favourite Stars. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. It's Coming — England's Masterpiece Noel Coward's "This Happy Breed." ! _ T I V O L I ji - i _ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres; Ltd. Near Grafton Bridge. Phone 44-138. To-night, Wed. & Thurs. at 8. Transferred Direct Irom the Century. JOAN FONTAINE — ORSON WELLES In Charlotte Bronte's Immortal Story, "JANE EYRE" "JANE EYRE" "JANE EYRE" t "JANE EYRE". Recommended by Censor for Adulte. d■ ■ ■ yiCT-ORY GREEN Phone 16-647 To-nieht, Wed. and Thurs. at 8. \ So Different It Defies ComT parisoh! r So Enthralling It Has No Equal! CHAS. BOYER — BARBARA STANWYCK ' THOS. MITCHELL — C. AUBREY SMITH ROBERT BENCHLEY. "FLESH AND FANTASY" Recommended by Censor tor Adults. CRYSTAL PALACE — MOUNT EDEN Phone 60-573 TO-NIGHT AND WED. AT 7 # 45 Full of Laughter — Music — I Dancing — Romance! 9 — Song Hits — 9 > f NELSON EDDY — CONSTANCE DOWLING '_ "Knickerbocker Holiday" & JOAN DAVIS — 808 CROSBY : "KANSAS CITY' KITTY" Both Approvea tor Universal Exhibition. T\T7I 1 TTYTP MT - ALBERT. Phone 36-204> LfSh J-IUAJII To . ni g ht & wed. at 7.45 Anne Baxter. "EVE OF ST. MARK" — Kent Smith. "YOUTH RUNS WILD" iT Both Recommended by Censor for Adulte. fJITVTrp EPSOM. Phone 60-142 15. KHj<jrJLJN 1 To . nlght & Wed. at 7.45 II Ginger Rogers—Dennis Morgan ite In Christopher Morley's ds „ KITT y FOYLE " Recommended by Censor tor Adults. ia. AUCTIONS n, HIGH - CLASS FURNITCBE AUCTION. 10 GEORGE WALKER, LTD., or AT THE DE LUXE SALEROOMS, , d, 249, QUEEN STREET, ds THURSDAY NEXT, AT 11 A.M. CHOICE WALNUT AND OAK FURNISHINGS. . CHtSTERFIELD SUITES j AND BRIC-A-H. BRAC. V AT 12 NOON e " BRIGGS WHITE ENAMEL HOUSEHOLD ed REFRIGERATOR. 5 cubic lect, A.C., in good rt order. . '.;.": ES H.M.V. 2-DOOR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR. °l approx. 5 J ,i cubic lect. Universal current, in °» perfect order. AT 1 O'CLOCK. Ed BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO by Eft Vβ- . ill staff. London. In Rosewood case, overstrung and fine tone. Ed BOUDOIR GRAND PIANO .by T. B. • Cramer and _ Co.. London, In Rosewood pol. case, good. tone. . . ..:•■■ i ed HEAVILY CARVED CHINESE \CHERRYWOOD — ' SETTEE. . CIRCULAR INLAID TERRAZZO TABLE on :i. Pedestal Stand. 20 YARDS 461N FURNISHING TAPESTRY. , £ AT 1.30 P.M.,. — FINE CROMWELL ALL-WAVE 5-VALVE CON- j SOLE RADIO. In perfect order. ™ s PACIFIC 5-VALVE ALL-WAVE MANTEL RADIO. in , J ;d Furnishings Include: aS LIVING ROOM—BEAUTIFUL WALNUT VEM- ] be EER DINING ROOM 3UITE of 6 pieces, c&mpris- - Ing Buffet and Refectory Table with glass ioy. j at and 4 padded-back Chairs en suite; English XT Dinner Set. E.P. Urn. E.P. Cake Baskets, Cutlery, , in CANTEEN OF CUTLERY (38 pieces, as new). X MAGNIFICENT CHESTERFIELD SUITE of 3 it pieces, uph. in Green Embossed Velvet; Cushions, i lg BRASS-TOP TABLE AND STAND, Diopslde Tea Waeon, WalKUt Book Table., ROSE POLISHED 5. BUREAU. Gilt-framed Pictures, Tea and Coffee , Cups and Saucers. English 21piece Tea Set. Jardinieres, Metal Frame Oval Mirror. CHOjCCE , • OAK DINING ROOM SUITE ol 6 pieces, comE. prising Bow-ended Mirrored Sideboard, Drawleaf j -e Ext. Table, and 4 Chairs en suite; Fireside i in Chairs. Occ. Tables, FINE LOUNGE SUITE ol ;r 3 pieces, uph. in Tapestry, with Oak Bentwood i I- Arms, as new; Brass Smoker's Companion, Rose iy Polished Writing Table. Oak Bureau. DARK OAK 1 L 9 EXT. TABLE AND 6 CHAIRS. CHESTERFIELD SUITE lnu Genoa Velvet. CHESTERFIELD D LOUNGE in Velvet. Oak Hallstand, 6-pce. Oak Dining Room Suite, etc. id BEDROOMS—CHOICE WALNUT VENEER BED- ' *. ROOM SUITE of 4 /pieces, comprising Eull- ''■ length Wa,rdrobe, Circle Mirrored Dressing Chest, 17 Gent.'s Tallboy, and D. P?nel Bedcte-.d en suite; H.S. Wire Wove. Best Kapok Bedding,. Silver- . mounted Powder Bowls and Scent Bo.tles, Reedloom and Seagrass Chairs, GREY OAK MIRRORED WARDROBE AND DRESSING CHEST. AND D. PANEL BEDSTEAD AND WIRE WOVE; Kapok, MODERN OAK REFLEX DRESSING CHEST. GENT. S TALLBOY AND D. PANEL BEDSTEAD en suite,. Wire Wove and Kapok, MOTTLED KAURI WARDROBE, β-drawer Scotch Chsst. RIMU COMB. ■ WARDROBE, Rimu Gent.'s 'Rob:, Rose Folished Tallboy, Oak Cheval Chest, P(d. Cupboard and D. Bsdstesil ttnd Mattress. S. Rimu Comb. Bedstend aria Kapok, • and. other Bedroom Plenlshments. KITCHEN—RIMU KTITCHEN CABINET. Kitchen Table. E.P. ELEC. COFFEE URN/ Clock Scales. Crockery. Glassware and Cooking. Utensils.. Ele? Ircm. Elec. Jug, Else. KetUe. Wringer. 2 Shaving Cabinets. Push Chair, 3 PIECE 3 BLACK VITROLITE GLASS, ELEC. MACHINE MOTOR, in good order, and Hosts of Usual Sundries. AND AT 2.30 P.M. AXM. BODY CARPET, 16.9 X 11.3 (27yds, floral design). WILTON AND AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARES (assorted sizes). FLOOR RUGS, ETC. ■ NOW ON VIEW; ■ - GEORGE WALKER, LTD., THE FURNISHING AUCTIONEERS. Leonard Coakley, T. A. doulding,- Auctioneers. 17 HOUSE INVESTMENTS. PONSONBY AND GLENMORE. FRIDAY. JULY 20, AT Z P.M. . ■ . SAMUEL VAILE/AND SONS, LTD.. ■ At their Rooms, 83. Queen Street. I—THREE HOUSES,' situated No. 1, Runnell St.. Nos. 8 and 10, England Street, off College Hill. Total rents £2 16/ per week. Freehold Corner Section 80 x 80. Good letting . locality, handy trains and within e&sy • reach of City. ■ Trustees selling to wlad up estate. 2—OLENMORE, MT. ALBERT. . Two Houses, situated, Nos. 22 and 24. Buchanan St., off Aitken Terrace. Each 4 rooms, kitchenette, bathroom and laundry Insured £400 each and let at 18/- per week. Freehold Sections, 40 x 90. > • Wittiln second tram section. Owner realising on account -ill-health. :19 B A D L E Y AND CO., LTD., • CITY MARKETS, ' Will Sell by Public Auction On Behalf of A. L. COLE. Waimauku. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, AT» U A.M. ROSES—Modern Varieties in Bush, Climbing and Polyanthus. FRUIT. TREES—AppIe, Pear, Peach, Plum, Nectarine, Apricot, Quince, etc. ■■ '. • CITRUS TREES—Grapefruit, Sweet Orange, Mandarine, Lemon. Best Varieties. IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASER AT AUCTION • PRICES. SPECIAL QUALITY TREES' FROM GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED NURSERY. :17

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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