. AMUSEMENTS 2 — SESSIONS DAILY — 2 ijnujiiiin_ *"**'*' m>lllllllll "majestic theatre - Destir.ed to become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch for Later Announcements. Sessions: 4.45. 7.45 p.m. 111111111111 l Son. 43-2 T - ||||||!!|||!l THE GAYEST O^ALL-ALL-IPAR-ALL-SONG-"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, -rhp <!|,™m's Ton Tune and Fun Show. Its got mat Glorious Kind ot Revelry . . it's got Rhythm . it s got Romance. Associate Feature: A POWER-PACKED DRAMA OF THE OLD WEST James Craig Marjorie Main — Donna Reed "GENTLE ANNIE" "GENTLE ANNIE" "GENTLE ANNIE" Romance Rides the Trail of a Thousand Thrills.
Both Approved for Upiversal Exhibition. V I IiIIIIjIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIHI J I V Ii STRAND i ; ; ! ' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijii li i I, J, Direction: Civic Theapre. Ltd. II ill 11 _ 2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. 20th Century Fox Presents " SUNDAY DINNER FOR A SOLDIER " With ANNE BAXTER, JOHN HODIAK In a. Delightful Love Story of a Family who "Adopted" a Soldier for One Day. Approved for Universal Exhibition. FRIDAY NEXT—
R.K.O. Presents the SENSATIONAL SPY DRAMA "Betrayal From The East" " Betrayal From The East " With LEE TRACY and NANCY KELLY Jap Spy Secrets Revealed. JAP Torture Methods Exposed JAP Espionage and Treachery. Thrilling and Exciting. Recommended by Censor for Adults. NO EXTRA FOR BOOKING. PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's " THIS HAPPY BREED." VICTORIA . LEAGUE YOUNG CONTINGENT. GRAND FAIR In aid of Invalid- chairs for Military Annexe and General War Work.
VICTORIA LEAGUE ROOMS Fourth Floor, Pacific Bldg., Wellesley Street East. NEXT SATURDAY at 1.30 • Do Your Week-end Shopping at the Fair. FIVE WEXL-STOCKED STALLS. SEWING FANCY WORK, BABY AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHES. KIDDIES' TOYS, FLOWERS, HOME-MADE CAKES. JAMS AND SWEETS. VEGETABLES, PRODUCE And Scores of Varied Useful Articles. AFTERNOON TEA. MYSTERY ENVELOPES. ADMISSION FREE. 1111 metropolel bVfcxtir TUESDAY NIGHT. BERT PETERSON'S BAND. I Plays Your Popular Numbers and Requests. i Milk Bar Supper t Lucky Number Dances. Six Cash Prizes. Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN, Director. j PICNICS AND EXCURSIONS
! THE DEVONPORT STEAM FERRY CO., LTD. WINTER FERRY TIMETABLE. MATIATIA AND ONEROA PASSENGER SERVICE. (Weather and other Circumstances Permitting.) Leave Leave I Auckland Matiatia Mondays to Thurs. . Launch 9.30 a.m. 3.00 p.m. Fridays Steamer 7.00 a.m. 8.30 a.m. 5.45 p.m. 7.05 p.m. Saturdays 1.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m. , Sundays 9.30 a.m. 6.00 p.m. ; Parcels and light perishable cargo will be carried j on launch Monday to Thursday. Buses running through Oneroa to and Irom Suridale meet all vessels. All vessels leave from and return to Ferry Building. FARES: Over 14 years, 2/6 return, 1/6 single: five to 14 years. Half Fares; under five years. t Free. , WAIHEKE CARGO. Matialia on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. Documents stamped at Ferry Building Office, and cargo received at ship's side up to 9.30 a.m. on day of sailing. Return cargo received at ship at 1 Mallatia between 12 noon and 2 p.m. the same day. Charges pre-paid. Freight rates on application. PHONE 41-346. :2S PUBLIC NOTICES CITY OF AUCKLAND APPOINTMENT OF POUNDKEEPER. Notice is hereby given that Mr. Magnis Manson Mangan, of Astley Avenue, New Lynn, has been appointed City Poundkeeper by the ' Auckland City Council. This appointment is in lieu of that of Mr. George Thomas Chandler, now deceased. T. W. M. ASHBY. 24 Town Clerk. OYSTER DEPOT CLOSED. Owing to sickness amongst pickers, no oysters .will be available for sale at the Government Oyster until next week.
SHIFT WORKERS SHIFT WORKERS SEVERAL VACANCIES FOR SHIFT WORKERS IN OUR BOTTLE FACTORY. AVERAGE MINIMUM WAGES: 40 hours (Monday to Friday inclusive) £6 5 6 48 hours (Monday to Sat. inclusive) £8 6 9 56 hours to Sun. inclusive) £10 12 4 HOURS OF WORK: ; Production is continuous for seven days weekly. i J The shifts are 8 a.m. do 4 p.m., 4 p.m. to midnight, [ and midnight to 8 a.m.. ' ,v. Workers alternate their shifts each week. Under existing conditions week-end work is available if desired. EXCELLENT PROSPECTS OF FUTURE ADVANCE- i MENT for men showing keenness and initiative. ; PREFERENCE. GIVEN TO RETURNED SERVICEMEN. Apply personally to NEW ZEALAND GLASS MANUFACTURERS CO. PTY., LTD., j ' Great South Penrose, 5.E.6.
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