AMUSEMENTS NOT SINCE "WUTHERING HEIGHTS" AND "REBECCA" HAS THERE BEEN A DRAMA SO COMPLETELY COMPELLING. CENTURY 1B!^ Queen Street — Phone 42-169. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Central Heating —/Deaf Aids. DAILY: 11—2—5—8. Plans at Theatre and Begg's. Queen Street. United Artists Present GEORGE SANDERS LINDA DARNELL EDWARD EVERETT HORTON In " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " Recommended by Censor lor Adults. "victhy" GREEN LANE. Phone 16-647 | Finally To-night at 8. A Love Story Every Woman Would Die a Thousand Deaths to Live! JOAN FONTAINE — ORSON WELLES In Charlotte Bronte's Immortal Story . . . 3 "JANE EYRE " Recommended by Censoi lor Adults. 1 CRYSTAL PALACE | I MOUNT EDEN. Phone 60-573 i FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 7.45 ] The Loudest, Longest Laugh in 20 Years. ' MARJORIE DENIS GAIL REYNOLDS O'KEEFE PATRICK MISCHA AUER - CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD. "UP IN MABELS ROOM" CHESTER MORRIS — JANIS CARTER "ONE MYSTERIOUS NIGHT" Both Recommended by censor .for Adults. & N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. •pv-rp T TTVTP MT - ALBERT. Phone 36-204 UHi J_j LJTo-night. Tues. & Wed.. 7.45 Alice Fare —Betty Grable —Carol Landis ••4 JILLS IN A JEEP" Approved for Universal Exhibition. T3T? EPSOM. Phone 60-142 Xv-Cj VJT-LLi-L> 1 To-night. Tues. & Wed.. 7.45 Leslie Howard — David Niven In the Immortal Story of the Spitfire . . . " FIRST OF THE FEW " Approved for Universal Exhibition. AUCTIONS GEORGE WALKER, LIMITED, AT THE GREAT SALEROOMS. 249, QUEEN STREET. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), AT 11 A.M. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS. Including: LIVING ROOMS.—3-PIECE RIMU DINING SUITE, comprising Mirror Sideboard, Oval Table and six chairs to match; Glassware, Dinner Ware, Cutlery, Rimu Settee and Squab, Morris and Seagrass Chairs, 3-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE, Cushions, Occ. Tables, Kerb, Pictures, Vases and Ornaments. Odd Sideboards, Dining Tables and Chairs, Booksheli, Easy Chairs, 'Curtains, etc. BEDROOMS.—4-PIECE RIMU BEDROOM SUITE comprising Mirror Wardrobe and Dressing Chest, Toilet Cabinet and Full-size Bed and Wire-Wove, Kapok Bedding and Pillows, Bedside Tables and Chairs, Curtains and Flooring, Odd Wardrobes and Comb. Dressing Chests, Double and Single Beds and Wire Woves, Chests Drawers, and other Bedroom Plenishments. KITCHEN TABLES AND CHAIRS, Crockery and Cooking Utensils, Glassware, Lawnmower. Garden Tools, Sundries too numerous to detail. GEORGE WALKER, LIMITED. Leonard Coakley, T. A. Gouiding, . Auctioneers. 30 7 SQUIRREL L AND CO. WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THEIR SALEROOMS. 54. HIGH STREET. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) AT 11 A.M. 2400 L FT TOTARA LATHS, 2 h.p., 2'i h.p., and !i h.p. A.C. Electric Motors. New Domestic HW. Incinerator, 4 Gent's Bicycles, Electric Washing Machine, A.C., In perfect order; Wood r Turning Lathe (3ft 6in bed), 3 Mullet NcuS, 8 141b Boxes Mixed Nails, 1-6 h.p. D.C. Emerson Motor, 2 Benzine Lanterns. Copper Sink and Bench Top Bourdon Vacuum Gauge, Bullion Pressure I Gauge (400). Garden Incinerator, Refuse Bins. 10 Dozen Assorted Heavy Hammer Handles. Ledger Desk, Ice Chest. Garden Roller. 3-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE. 2 A.C. Elec. c Radio Sets, Easy Chairs, Rimu Dining Tables. Dining Chairs, 9x9 Coir Matting Square, 2 Fireside. Chairs, Pictures, Crockery. COMB. CHESTS, Beds and Wires. Dressing 1 Tables, Box Ottoman, Cots. Commode, Plunket a Cot. KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, Kitchen Tables 5 Chairs Settees and Squabs. Aluminium and 1 Enamel Saucepans, Cutlery, G.I. fibs. Electric • Iron 16in Acme Wringer, Sp. R. Blinds, Kiddy s High Chair, 2 Folding Camp Stretchers, Saratoga Trunk Rocker Chair, Clothes Airers. Wood ■ Kerbs and General Household Sundries. TERMS CASH. i. FRED ZIEGLER. Auctioneer and Valuer. 3 TO SANDRINGHAM AND MOUNT ALBERT ; RESIDENTS AND OTHERS. 3 BQUIRRELL AND CO. r A/c the Owner, who is giving up housekeeping, S On the Premises, i 305. SANDRINGHAI.'I ROAD. S SANDRINGHAM. s WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1, 1945. at" 11 a.m. H Hayman Electric Radiant Lamp, Chesterfield ' Suite. Oval Gate-leg Table, 9 x 7:6 Congo. Square 3 Floor Rugs, Cushions, O.R. Settee and Squab, Escritoire, Bookcase, Mantel Clock, Rimu Sideg board, Dining Table, Dining Chairs, crockery. Glassware, Green Mohair Table Cover, Singer ' Drophead Sewing Machine with Electric Motor. 3' Bedrooms (3). —Two Rimu Wardrobes, Comb. ? Chests, Four Single Beds and wires, Mattresses, r Pillo»s, Blankets and Bed Linen, Floor Rugs, 3 Ped. Cupboards. J Champion Gas Stove (grey enamel). Aim. f Kettles, Aim. and En. Saucepans, Pres. Pan, Elec. Toasisr, Set Kit Bins, Wringer, Clothes Basket, Brooms. Mop, Man's Bicycle, 4in Bench Vise, 6lt Crosscut Saw, Lawnmower (Red Cloud, ball-bearing), Stepladder, Garden Tools, Two Hand - 3aws Odd Tools, and a Host of Useful Sundries, r Terms Cash. N.B.—On view morning of sale. Owalraka Trams to Balmoral Rd. Fred Zlegler, Auctioneer and Valuer. 31 |TO HEBNE BAY RESIDENTS. *J. R. ROBERTSON, LTD., \ Account Trustees Deceased Estate. AT THE RESIDENCE. 37, WALLACE STREET, HERNE BAY. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST I, AT 11 A.M. Details:— Living Rooms—Four-piece Chesterfioid Suite in damask, Chesteiflel'd Lounge, Easy Chair, Uph. Settee and 6 Chairs In beech (cabriole legs), 2 Large Sideboards, Dining Table, Dining Chairs, Table Cover, Bookcase, Books, Brars Kerb and Fire Irons, Sofa, Cushions, Copper Kerb, Pictures, Overmantel, Vases, Epergne. E.P. Ware, Glassware. Radio, Cuitains, Lino., Violin. Bric-a-Brac. etc., etc. Hall —Approx. 15yds 27in Axm. Runner, Hall Stand, Curtains, Slip Mats. Bedrooms (4) —Kauri Wardrobes, Dressing Tables, Washstands, Chests o1 urawers, Single and Double Bed and Wires, Kapok Bedding, Toilet Ware, Occ. Tables, c edestal Cupboards, Eiderdowns, Quilts. Curtains, Quantity Flocks and Clothing, Bed Pan, Pictures, Chairs, etc., etc. Kitchen and Outside —Kitchen Table, 4 A.B. Chairs, Sofa, Table Cover, Lino., Curtains, Kitchen Utensils, Saucepans, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Mangle, En. Ware, Meat Safe, Brooms and Mops, Mirrors, blocking Chair. Garden Tools, Garden Roller, Stepladder and General Sundries. Terms Cash. No Reserves. Terence P. Frogley, Auctioneer. 31 CARS, TRUCKS CARS, TRUCKS . TURNERS AND GROWERS. L,TD„ CITY MARKETS, AUCKLAND. Will be holding a Sale of Cars and Trucks NEXT WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, AT NOON. This Week's Sale will Include: 1939 MORRIS 12. very good tyres, *ound mechanical condition; a first-class car tnroughout. 1939 NASH, b good tyres, mechanical condition excellent; fitted with wireless, air conditioner and heater; paintwork nnd upholstery first-class. 1939 VAUXHALL 12, rubber excellent; mileage only 15,000. This car has perfect upholstery and paintwon:, ana is mechanically Al. 1937 MORRIS 10, mechanically sound, rubber first-class; new spare. We do not deal in Cars and Trucks. We only Sell on Commission. We give a Service to both Buyer and Seller. Watch this column for details of further vehicles. Any trial will be given on the morning 0t Sale ' ' PHONE 32-100. 30 TURNERS & GROWERS, LTD. AUCTIONS COMMENCE: 8 A M.—FRESH VEGETABLES (Daily). FRESH FRUIT (Daily). 9 A.M.—FRESH CUT FLOWERS (Tuesday and Friday). 10 A.M.—FRESH CUT GLOWERS (Monday and Thursday). 10 A.M.—POULTRY (Tuesday and Friday). 12 NOON—CARS AND TRUCKS. Each Wednesday. LARGEST SALES IN NEW ZEALAND. :2 POULTRY — FRUIT — PRODUCE. J. JONES, LTD., AUCTIONEERS, CITY MARKETS, Will Sell By Auction, TO-MORROW (TUESDAY, AT 10 A.M., P O U L T R Y POULTRY. ROOSTERS. HENS, DUCKS, COCKERELS, BACON, FARM PRODUCE, GROCERIES, ETC J. JONES. LTD., CITY MARKETS. 30
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