AMTTSEMEMTB DEANNA DURBIN " Can't Help Singing n She's (Positively Radiant, a Treat lor Eyes and Ears. Technicolour Triumph 2nd WEEK 11.0 a.m., 2 p.m., then 8 nm 5 P.M. SESSION TO-MORROW AND SATURDAY REGENT REGENT J. C. Williamson Picture Corp. jja * Universal Pictures Present . DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEA>NNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN V And Two Handsome Men In Her LH» • i ROBT. PAIGE — DAVID BRUCE I Creatine the Love. Story in the Colotr-M '' Gold-rush Days ' at California. | "CAN'T HELP SINGING* « CAN'T i HELP SINGING* "CAN'T! HELP SINGING" And How Sho' Sings those Lovely Sones wIH» Her Rich, Thrilling Voice! "* . Original Melodies by JEROME KERN, i RESERVATIONS * j Daily a.m. to 7 p.m. WHERE POSSIBLE ATTEND A DAYTMB SESSION • Approved fcnf Universal Exhibition. PLANS AT REGENT — PHONE 32-888 Direction: Kerridge < Theatres (throughout SZY, I STATE | SVL fSTAfgj 7.30 — PINAL NIGHT — 7.30 GREER GARSON. WALTER ■ PIDGEON la " MADAME CURIE " i Also: 'THE AFFAEEtS OF MARTHA* — TO-MORROW — Evening Session at 7.15 We Proudly Present Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard John Biarrymore, In WILLIAM -. SHAKESPEARE'S "ROMEO AND JULIET" • "ROMEO AND JULIET" And: Your star of "Bathing Beauty" in another Hilarious Adventure. RED SKELTON In "WHISTLING IN BROOKLYN" All Approved for Universal Exhibition. Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout NZ), l - 30 VOGUE '•»". Auckland's Modern, Popular, ■ Intimate Theatrt, Karangahape Road. Phone 43-003. FINALLY TO-NIGHT. SPENCER TRACY, JEANETTE MacDONALD " SAN FRANCISCO " Recommended by Censor lor Adults. And the Laugh-packed. Riotous Story "NIAGARA FALLS" MARJORIE WOODWORTH — TOM BROWN Approved for Universal Exhibition. ' 1.30 — TO-MORROW — 7.30 JOAN CRAWFORD — FRED MacMTJRRAY CONRAD VEIDT — BASIL RATHBONE "ABOVE SUSPICION" "ABOVE SUSPICION" The Strangest. Wildest Story Imaginable! Recommended for Adults.
And: Not a Request, but a DEMAND to Screen LAUREL and HARDY "NOTHING BUT TROUBLE" Approved lor Universal Exhibition. 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 WELL-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. _ , « GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS TOWN HALL TOWN HALL MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT AT 8 P.M. BOTH CONCERTS ENTIRELY SOLD OUT. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) 10.30 TO 2 A.M. Also Saturday at 10.30 p.m. = j CIVIC CABARET - =| WINTERGARDENS = N.Z.'s Largest Band in N.Z.'s Largest Cabaret. The £12,000 Wurlitzer . Golden-voiced Joan Vause, the Personality Girl Assure you of a Joyous Evening! MAKE UP YOUR WEEK-END PARTY. Reserve A Table Phone 30-100 JUMBLE SALE, Trades Hall.-Hobson StT~Friday. 12.30 p.m.; bargains. 26 .TUMBLE SALE. Friday. 2 p.m., July 27, All Saints' Schoolroom, Ponscnby. 25 PICNICS ANI> EXCURSIONS THE DEVONPORT STEAM FERRY CO., LTD. WINTER FERRY TIMETABLE. MATIATIA AND ONEROA PASSENGER SERVICE. (Weather and other Circumstances Permitting.) Leave Leave Auckland Matiatla 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. 5.00 p.m. Parcels and light perishable cargo will be carried on launch Monday to Thursday. Buses running through Oneroa to and frem Surfdale meet all vessels. All vessels' leave from and return to Ferry Building. FARES: Over 14 years. 2/6 return. 1/6 slngl»: five to 14 years. Half Fares; under five years. Free. WAIHEKE CARGO. A General Cargo Vessel will leave Auckland for Matiatla on Tuesdays and Thursdavs at 10 a.m. Documents stamped at Ferry Building Office, and cargo received at ship's side up to 9.30 a.m. on clay of sailing. Return cargo received at ship at Matiatia between 12 noon and 2 p.m. the same . day. Charges pre-paid. Freight rates on application. PHONE 41-346. :2S
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