AMTTSEMEXTS CENTURY iljp Queen Street — Phone 42-169. Uircctioni Am h Ijjiini a ted Th 63 tres, Ltd. Central Heatinc — Deaf Aids. DAILY: 11—2—5—8. N A 20th Century - Pox Programme. "THE FIGHTING LADY" "THE FIGHTING LADY" In Technicclour ALSO. "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT" " TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT " WITH PHIL BAKER AND ALL YOUR FAVOURITE STARS. Both Approveo tor tfniversaJ Exhibition A STORM IS COMING! A STORM OF PASSION! " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " GEORGE SANDERS LINDA DARNELL ED. EVERETT HORTON Reccmmendcd by Censor Icr Adults. v i cWrT GREEN LANE. Phone 16-647 To-night. Wed. and Thurs. at S. "Open, O Sesame" Burning Days of Bold Adventure! Maria Montez, Jon Hall, In the Glorious All-Te-rmiroloiir "Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves" i j CRYSTAL PALACE 111 MOUNT EDEN. Phone 60-573 I j j TO-NIGHT AND WED. AT 7_45
The Daring Eugene O'Neill Love Drama They Said Couldn't Be Filmed! WILLIAM BENDIX — SU3AN HAYWARD "THE HAIRY APE" Recommended by censor lor Adults. ! & ALAN JONES — JANE FRAZEE 'RHYTHM OF THE ISLANDS' Approved for Universal Exhibition. RIALTO I NEWMARKET. Phone 20-809 TO-NIGHT AND WED. AT 'J 1 ' A Lone Wolf with Triple Trouble . ... All Women! This mysterious strancer makes no secret of his contempt for women . . . but when a woman takes a shot at him . . . JOHN WAYNE — ELLA RAINES In the Great Outdoor Romance . . . " TALL IN THE SADDLE " JUMBLE SALE, St. Matthew's Hall, Thursday. 7 p.m. Good Bargains. 26 AUCTIONS TO ROYAL OAK AND OXEHUNGA RESIDENTS. GEORGE WALKER, LTD., Account N.Z. Insurance Co., Trustee Branch, as Executors in the Estate Ida Nellie Standen, I
TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), AT 11 A.M. At the Residence, 32, TURAMA ROAD. ROYAL OAK (Onehunga tram to Turama Road corner). HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS AND EFFECTS. 3-PIECE CHESTEKFIELD SUITE, Genoa Velvet; i 3.6 x 10.6 Axminsler Carpet. Occ. Oak Table, Tea Wagon, 2 Uphd. Chairs, 10 Cushions. Clock, Mohair Rug, Window Curtains, 8-Piece Oak Dining Suite. 9 x 10.6 Axminster Carpet, 3ft C.R. Bed and Wire, 3ft Kapok, 3 Pairs Blank;ts, 2 Marcella Quilts, Travelling Rug. 6yds 271n Axminster Hall Runner. Hallstand and Chair. Rimu Comb. Chests and Pea. Cupbo:*J. 4.6 Kapok, 2 Rev. Wool Rugs, 4 Pairs Lace Curtains. Leather Chair, Settee and Squab. 1 Dozen Assorted Towels. Carpet Sweeper, 4 Pairs Double and Single Sheets, Good Lot Kitchen Crockery, 5 En&mel Saucepans, 3 Lots of Lino., Lawnmower, Sundry Garden Tools, 9 x 12 Congo. Square. TERMS CASH. LEONARD COAKLEY, T. A. GOULDING, Auctioneers. 24 HIGH-CLASS HOME FURNISHINGS
GEORGE WALKER. LTD., AT THE DE LUXE SALEROOMS. 2-19. QUEEN STREET, THURSDAY NEXT, AT 11 A.M. CHOICE OAK FURNISHINGS, CHESTERFIELD SUITES AND BRIC-A-BRAC. AT 12 NOON: FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC HOUSEHOLD REFRIGERATOR. A.C., in good order. AND AT 1 O'CLOCK: On a/c Mrs. G. Bickerton-Fisher, Westney Road, Mangere, MAGNIFICENT ROUND SPANISH MAHOGANY OLD DINING TABLE (very valuable, '.nought to N.Z. by officer of 58th Regiment. Maori Wjr). tULL SIZE CANE-PILLED MAHOGANY BEDSTEAD, with English Wire Wove and Kapok Ma t> tress; VERY OLD ENGLISH OAK CARVED HAI.L TABLE, Jacobean Oak Dropside Table. Imported TAPESTRY LOUNGE (Wncteau clCsiKll). faOLID BRASS COAL HELMET (valuable). Inlaid Ivory Satinwood Lined Old Work Box. Old Sheraton Woi'k Box. Genuine Wedgwood Vase. >;ASE SOLID SILVER LIQUEUR SET. C/S 2 SILVER SWEET BASKETS, Inlaid Braos Indian Tea Caddy. Btsss Pipe Rack, Brassware. Old English Oak Tapestry Stool. ■ _ Also: GLASS-FRONTED CEDAR BOOKCASE ESCRITOIRE, MARBLE TOP ANTIQUE METAL PEDESTAL, 24 PIEC£S TURKISH SILVER TAP.I.E-
WARE, English Shell Pattern, comprising 0 Table and 6 Dessert Forks, and 6 Table and 6 Dessert Spoons; also 8 SILVER TEASPOONS; Cutglass Ware, etc., etc. Furnishing.'. Include: LIVING ROOM—SOLID OAK DINING ROOM SUITE of 6 pieces, comprising Leadlight Sideboard, Drawleaf Ext. Table and 4 Chairs to match; E.P. Ware, OAK CANTEEN CUTLERY (110 pieces) RP Occ Table. MAGNIFICENT CHESTERFIELD SUITE of 3 pieces, upholstered in green plush, with gold coru facings; Cushions. Oak Refectory Table, D.P. Writir.g Bureau, Fire Irons and Dogs, Fireside Chairs, C.G. Wine Glasses and Finger Bowls, Standard Lamp and Shade, DARK POL. DINING ROOM SUITE, comprising Leadlight Sideboard, Drawleaf Ext. Table and 4 Chairs; Dinnerware, Cutlery, OAK LEADLIGHT CHINA CABINET. 2 CHOICE CHE3TSRFIELD SUITES each 3 pieces, uphol. in Genoa Velvet and Green Tapestry; HOOVER ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER, Cane Lounge Chair, Fire Screen, B.C. Box Kerb. etc. BEDROOMS.—FINE TWIN OAK BEDROOM SUITE, comprising Large Circular Keflex Mirrored Bedsteads °en suite;'3ft Wire Woves and Kapok Mattresses. Bedside Tables and Choirs, SHADED OAK BEDROOM SUITE of 4 pieces, comToilet Cabinet and D. Panel Bedstead and Wire Wove' Kapok Mattress. Oak Tallboy ODD OAK MIRRORED WARDROBE, D.P. Tallboys. DARK STD BEDROOM SUITE, comprising Wardrobe, Dressing Chest, Tallboy and S. Bedstead and S. Slat Mattress; W.E. Chest of Drawers, and ether Bedroom Furnishings. KITCHEN—RIMU KITCHEN CABINET. Kitchen Tables and Chairs, Crockery. Glassware, Cutlery. Marmalade Cutter, Pyrex Dish, Electric Iron, Acme Wringer, Fold. Chair, Suitcases. Brieg Bag. and Sundries too numerous to detail. AND AT 2.30 P.M.: GOOD WILTON AND AXMINSTER' CARPET SQUARES, sizes 12 x 9, 10.6 x 9. 9 x D, 9 x 6.9, 6.9 x 5.4. AXM. VESTIBULE RUGS AND HALL RUNNERS. NOW ON VIEW. GEORGE WALKER, LTD.,' The Furnishing Auctioneers. LEONARD COAKLEY, T. A. GOULDING. Auctioneers. 24 NORTH SHORE AUCTIONEERING CO., AT THEIR SALEROOM, CLARENCE STREET. DEVONPORT. On WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, AT l' P.M. GENUINE HAND-MADE PERSIAN CARPET. 9 x 6. excellent order. Other Furnishings Include: 6-PCE DINING SUITE, comprising Drawleaf Table and 4 Chairs, Modern Bow-end Sideboard Square. "Quantity Congoleum '(worn). Pair Irish Linen Single Sheets (new). Singer Sewing Machine (old model). Oak Wardrobe. Oak D. Tables Wire Wove Settee, Genoa Velvet Squab, Sewing Machine (Cabinet model), 3ft Kapok Mattress. 4ft 6in Kapok Mattress (good o'der), Fur Stoles, Ottoman Floral Covering. Woman s Ravlene Coat and Hat. Gas Heater (as new) Gas Stoves (good order). Chesterfield Suites (worn) 3ft Fibre Mattress, Golf Bag and Clubs, Kitchen Dressers. Kitchen Tables. Occ. Tables Morris Chairs, Kitchen Chairs, Jardiniere and Pla-t, Garden Tools. Camp Stretchers, and Variety of Household Effects. JOHN BUCHANAN, Auctioneer. 24 R A D L E Y & CO., LTD. CITY MARKETS. WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 11 A.M. On behalf of W. A. L. COLE, Waimauku. ROSES—Wide range of modern varieties In Bush, Climbing and Polyanthus. FRUIT TREES—AppIe, Pear, Peach, Plum, Nectarine, Quince, Apricot, etc. CITRUS TREES—Grapefruit, Sweet Orange, Lemon, Mandarin, etc SUPERIOR QUALITY TP.EES AT AUCTION PRICES.
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