AMUSEMENTS " RrnT^ g VC f Ure Romance- and Brawlers —Triple Murders— Bold Women Brawny Men TO-NIGHT! -TO-NIGHT! / AVON A N corner ol ' 1 \ Gt. North Rd. / P) \ & Fonsonby Rd. / N. To-night aty^ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Hot-spot of the Frozen North! GLORY RULED BY SEARING LEAD AND SILKEN LEGS' REX BEACH'S "THE SPOILERS" "THE SPOILERS" "THE SPOILERS" "THE SPOILERS" With John Wayne AS THE RECKLESS GLENNISTER Marlene Dietrich AS THE FASCINATING CHERRY Randolph Scott AS THE BOLD. BAFFLING McNAMARA * * No. 2 — THRILL FEATURE — No. 2 No. 2 — THRIUL FEATURE — No. S MYSTERY'S DOUBLE THREAT V. TRIPLE-MURDER THRILLS! "Sherlock Holmes Faces Death" "Sherlock Holmes Faces Death" "Sherlock Holmes Faces Death" With BASIL RATHBONE — NIGEL BRUCE Both Recommended by Censor lor Adults. It's Coming — England's Masterpiece, Noel Coward's "This Happy Breed." CiT A TIT 1 DEVONPORT. Phone 70-101 0 ■*- ** ■*■ -*- 1 To-night & Sat. at 7.30 It's a Honey! A very hysterical story of a very historical house. JACK BENNY — ANN SHERIDAN HATTIE McDANIEL — LEE PATRICK PERCY KILBRIDE George Washington Slept Here & JOHN WAYNE — ELLA RAINES * "TALL IN THE SADDLE" Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 Comedy. Sports. "Information, Please," Novelty, Coloured Sports, and "Tall in the Saddle" Qrp A ONEHUNGA. Phone 54-344 Olninj To-night & Sat. at 7.45 PAULETTE GODDARD — FRED MacMURRAY * "STANDING ROOM ONLY" & MARSHA HUNT — ALEXANDER KNOX t " NONE SHALL ESCAPE " — Special — Western & Comedy Matinee, To-morrow (Saturday), 1.30 Charles Starrett in the All-Action * "Down Rio Grande Way" Community Sing, and "Standing Room Only" "D'DT'MT'TPCC! DOMINION RD. Ph. 61-439 JrxUlN\->JiiC3O To . nignt & gat. at 7.45 GINGER ROGERS ,£ ROBERT RYAN t "TENDER COMRADE" & DENIS DAY — ANN SHIRLEY * "MUSIC IN MANHATTAN" Special Western Matinee To-morrow (Saturday), 1.30 3 Musicals. "Flicker Flashbacks." News. Novelty, Interest. "This Is America," and * "Lone Star Pioneers" T?TT f" 1 A T PONSONBY RD. Ph. 28-940 X\.HlVjrri.lj To-night & Sat. at 7.45 ROGER LIVESEY — ANTON WALBROOK DEBORAH KERR. "The Lite and Death of COLONEL BLIMP" Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 . SAME GREAT PROGRAMME AS ABOVE. ADTTT PTTT Richmond av. Ph;- 27-235 JXU TjXjIT Xll To . n ig ht & sat. at 7.30 ANNA NEAGLE — RICHARD GREENE ■ In the Honest to Goodness Thriller. ~ * " YELLOW CANARY " & . BRUCE EDWARDS — SHARYN MOFFETT "MY PAL, WOLF" . • & N.Z; PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 2 Comedies. Sports, News, Novelty, "Captain Midnight" Serial, and "My Pal, Wolf" t Denotes Recommended by Censor for Adults. * Denotes Approved for Universal Exhibition. , SHIPPING UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF N.Z., .LTD. Sailings, Circumstances Permitting: ' Passenger and Cargo Services. WelllngtonLyttelton. Welllngton-Plcton to South Sea Islands, Australia. Particulars on application. FOR LYTTELTONJ FROM WELLINGTON: WAHINE Mon.. Wed.. Frl.. 7.30 p.m. FOR PICTON. FROM WELLINGTON: TAMAHINEV Mon.. Wed.. Frl.. 2 p.m. CARGO SERVICES: WELLINGTON. DUNEDLN. BLUFF: WAIMARINO ... Early. GISBORNE: MARGARET W. .... .. Tues., July 31, noon. Booking Agents for Union Airways of N.Z., Cook Strait Airways, Tasman Empire Alrwyas t and all other Principal Air Lines. MAIN OFFICE: 36-38, Quay Street East. ' - - : Telephone 49-430. . , ■; ? cm PASSENGER OFFICE: 103, Queen Street. 1 ■ ■ ■ • •••■ .■■ -■■■ • .__ ■: .-•• d c NORTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED. \ Sailings. . Circumstances Permitting --. ' . ■ , CARGO ■ ' • Usual Services to all Coastal Ports. PASSENGERS, GREAT BARRIER, 1 Full Particulars and -Bookirigs. •-...* ■ * Please Phone 32-730 (three lines), also 40-750 ■and 45-094. C N.S.S. COMPANY." LIMITED. " '"Quay, street... 6
GIRLS .GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS • GIRLS GIRLS LIGHT, EASY WORK IN ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. We have vacancies for Girls of any age who will receive an excellent training as Inspectors, to maintain the high quality of Nylex Toothbrushes. This work is light and easy and no previous experience is necessary. Here is an excellent opportunity for a Girl to get a start in an essential industry, with a valuable training which will provide her with an assured income. The wages are £3 5/6 per week, plus a generous bonus on individual production. No Saturday work. Girls or Parents are invited to call or phone for full particulars. THE FEARS BRUSH CO., LTD., THE FEARS BRUSH CO., LTD., \ Joseph Nathan Bldg., The Strand, Parnell. Phone 41-296. So handy—right opposite rear entrance of Railway Station.
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