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AMUSEMENTS Finally To-night Sessions: 4.40. 7.45 p.m. WALLACE BEERY in "THIS MAN'S NAVY" Also, DONALD BARRY in "THE WEST SIDE KID" Recommended as Unsuitable for Children. HIIIIIIIIIII FULLER'S HlHllllllii MAJESTIC THEATRE Destined to become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch for later announcements, llllillHllll ™ «-2!0 Hllllllllll TO-MORROW! TO-MORROW! Sessions: 4.45 p.m., 7.45 p.m. ROMANCE RIDES THE TRAIL OF A THOUSAND THRILLS! James Craig Marjorie Main — Donna Reed IN Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's "GENTLE ANNIE" "GENTLE ANNIE" "GENTLE ANNIE" A Power-packed Drama of the Old West—with Lovable Marjorie Main at her Exciting Best. Also, that Special Universal Attraction, THE GAYEST OF ALL—ALL-STAR—ALL-SONG-FUN JUBILEES, "BABES ON SWING STREET" "BABES ON SWING STREET" "BABES ON SWING STREET" With Peggy Ryan — Ann Blyth Marion Hutton — June Preisser Andy Devine — Leon Errol | FREDDIE SLACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA. The Screen's Top Tune and Fun Show. It's got ' that Glorious Kind of Revelry . . it's got Rhythm . . . it's got Romance. : Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S Pprinceedward I THEATRE I KARANGAHAPE ROAD, TOP OF QUEEN ST. Phone 48-252. Soon to Screen First Release Programmes. FINALLY AT 7.30. 6d GUEST NIGHT 6d Turhan BEY with Evelyn ANKERS In "THE MAD GHOUL Recommended More Suitable for Adults. And the ANDREWS SISTERS £>th Patric KNOWLES, Grace McDONALD, Billy GILBERT in " ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID Approved for Universal Exhibition. Commencing To-morrow at 7.30 Two — MAGNIFICENT ATTRACTIONS — Two On the Same Programme RESERVE NOW. DO NOT DELAY _ For the Most Thrilling Screen ACHIEVEMENT ever Filmed. „ Esther WILLIAMS, Red SKELTON " BATHING BEAUTY Approved for Universal Exhibition. And Also STUNNING in its SPLENDOUR TERRIFYING in its SUSPENSE. Susanna FOSTER, Turhan BEY, Boris KARLOFF " THE CLIMAX " Recommended by Censor for Adults. Box Plan at Theatre and Reservations are NOW BEING MADE. Book Early. FULLER'S i BRITANNIA | THEATRE " THREE LAMPS Phone 26-041 Last Night at 7.30. WALLACE BEERY in M.G.M.'s Terrific Western Thriller. " BARBARY COAST GENT " Also Universal's Horror Drama " JUNGLE WOMAW " COMMENCING TO-MORROW (FRIDAY)— Paramount's Outstanding Attraction "GOING MY WAY" "GOING MY WAY" With BING BARRY RISE Crosby Fitzgerald Stevens Two Sess ons To-morrow at 5 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Three Sessions Saturday at 1.30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Finally Monday Next Two Sessions at 2 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. All Approved for Universal Exhibition. Box Plans Filling Rapidly. Book Now. FULLER'S [VICTORIA] THEATRE DEVONPORT Phone 71-683 FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 Charles Olivia Paulette BOYER DE HAVILLAND GODDARD "HOLD BACK"THE DAWN" Recommended by Censor for Adults. Also Leon Errol, Johnny Downs in «' TWILIGHT ON THE PRAIRIE " Approved for Universal Exhibition. Commencing To-morrow— Pare mount's Technicolour Mpsterpiece, the Last Word in Beauty, Colour. Spectacle, Music and Romance GINGER ROGERS, RAY MILLAND, Warner Baxter. Jon Hall, Mlscha Auer in "LADY IN THE DARK" Recommended Ly Censor for Adults. DON'T' MISS IT! BOOK NOW! ' FUI..T 1 CAMEO j THEATRE GREY LYNN Phone 26-406 Finally This Evening at 7.30. 6d GUEST NIGHT 6d Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce in 44 SHERLOCK HOLMES IN WASHINGTON " Also Showing: Allan .Tones. Jane Fr*7.*p. An-'y n—w j n •' RHYTHM OF THE ISLANDS " Programme Approved for Universal Exhibition. DON'T FORGET SCOTTISH VARIETY CONCERT TO-NIGHT, 8 P.M. CONCERT CHAMBER. Follow the Pipe Band from C.P.O. Admission 2/. Children 1/. 19 ' TKXDKKS HOWICK TOWN BOARD. REINFORCED CONCRETE RESERVOIR. Tenders are invited by the Howick Town Board for the Construction of a 250.000 Gallon-; foicccl Concrete Reservoir in accordance with plan and specifications which may be inspected at the Office of MR A. GREVILLE WALKER, Consulting Engineer, 508, R.S.A. Building, High Street, Auckland, C.l. Sealed Tenders addressed to "The Town Clerk and endorsed "Tender for Reservoir" wIU be received at the Town Board's Office, Howiclc, up to 4 p.m. on THURSDAY, 26th July, 1945. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be acccpted. M. H. GUTHRIE, Town Clerk. July 18, 1945. :21 CITY OF AUCKLAND. TENDERS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PUMPING STATION Tenders will be received at the Office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Auckland, up to 4 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, August 1, 1945, for thfe construction in reinforced concrete of the Lower Hihotupu Pumping Station. Plans and specifications may be obtained on application at the Office of the City Engineer, Town Hall, Auckland. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. T. W. M. ASHBY, •i£ Town Clerk. AUCKLAND TRANSPORT BOARD. Quotations are invited for 100 TONS STEEL P»tt.s, and 250 PAIRS FISHPLATES. Quotations Close at 12.0 noon, AUGUST 27, 1945, at the Office of the Stores Purchasing Officer, Customs Street West. Auckland. Drawings and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Stores Purchasing Officer. Customs Street West, Auckland. 19 C. R. GRIBBLE, Sec. THE PUKEKOHE LAWN TENNIS CLUB (Inc.). Tenders, closing with the Secretary at 4 p.m. on AUGUST 1, 1945, are Invited by the Club for Surfacing Four Tennis Courts at Pukekohe. For specification and conditions of contract apply to BOX 27, PUKEKOHE. 09 TENDERS—Price wanted, two tradesmen, labour only, to Finish Off Bungalow, material Is on site.—H. 6048. Star. X l 9 DECEASED ESTATES THE GUARDIAN TRUST AND EXECUTORS. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that All Creditors and Others having Clsims against the undermentioned Estates are required to lodge such claims in duplicate at the Guardian Trust Office forthwith. The claim must show full details and must, be certified as follows:— "I hereby certify that the amount of this Claims was due and owing at the uaie o* death of the deceased." ESTATES EASDOWN. Thomas Hancox, late of Auckland, Bank Manager, died 2nd June, 1945. GREEN, Aethel du Rieu, late of Auckland, widow, died 7th July, 1945. Mcl-AREN, Elizabeth Ann, lav? of Auckland, spinster, died Ist July. 1945. R. F. WARD. Manager. The Guardian Trust and Executors Co. of N.Z., Ltd.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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