amusements ! 2 — SESSIONS DAILY — 2 111111111111 l FULLER ' S lllllllilllll "MAJESTIC THEATRE Destined to become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch tor Later Announcements. Sessions: 4.45. 7.45 p.m. - UIJIIIIIIIII Phone 43-210 lIIIM^ MYSTERY o^CTIONs S r MOST a LOVABLE ROGUE Charles Korvin (an exciting new heart menace) Ella Raines (the sensation of "Phantom Lady ) "ENTER ARSENE LUPIN" "ENTER ARSENE LUPIN" "ENTER ARSENE LUPIN' Cracksman of Hearts—Prince Charming of Crime. HAIR-RAISING THRILLS FOR EVERYONE! ACTION AT ITS SPEEDIEST. MYSTERY AT ITS WEIRDEST! Robert Lowry Marie Mac Donald "A SCREAM IN THE DARK;; "A SCREAM IN THE DARK and gves Both Recommended More for Adults. vim iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mil i v i STRAND j ; | | : ! niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu I in I I ~ | Direction: Civic Theatre, Ltd. II I \ 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. R.K.O. Radio Pictures Present N.Z. PREMIERE THE SENSATIONAL SPY DRAMA " Betrayal From The East" " Betrayal From The East " 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. Plus: LATEST A OVERSEAS cA NEWS k REVIEW MARSHAL TITO'S ARMY SEE HOW ARMY PLUS DONALD DUCK In " DER FUEHRER'S FACE" YOU MUST HAVE HEARD THE SONG NOW SEE THE FILM. IT S A RIOT Recommended by Censor for Adults. NO EXTRA FOR pI B °° K ™ G STRAND THEATRE. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE „ Noel Coward's THIS HAPPY BREED. PANCIXG MUNICIPAL HALL NEWMARKET EVERY MONDAY NIGHT. Come and See Kay Laurenson and His Samoan Gardenia Troubadors. Floor Show, Gardenia Hula Queens, Samoan Siva Troupes, etc. Featuring George Pouesi and His Samoan Gardenia Orchestra. OLD-TIME AND MODERN. Good Supper. All Welcome. 30 Ladies 1/6, Gents 2/8 fa _ TO-NIGHT AND EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY NIGIIT DRUIDS' BALLROOM Newton OLD-TIME DANCING AT ITS BEST All your old favourites including Two Monte Carlos. Everyone enjoys dancing to the Strict Tempo Orchestra. Good floors, excellent music. Supper. Everybody welcome. Come and join the happy crowd of dancers at the Druids . Admission: Ladies 1/6, Gents 2/. A. S. Ridler, N. Powley, M.C. 30 MONDAY. WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY NIGIITS Orange Coronation Ballroom (Top of Symonds Street) EMBASSY DANCE CLUB Presents TED CROAD AND HIS BAND (New Zealand's No. 1 Dance Band) Monte Carlo I, 2, 3 Prizes. Supper Provided. The Dance of Distinction. 30 MAC BROWN, M.C. AUCKLAND'S MOST POPULAR DANCE. MY -T - FINE DANCE CLUB. PARISH HALL (Lf.te St. Sep.'s) Ofl Top Khybcr Pass (near Miller's Garage) \ TO-NIGHT MONDAY HIDDEN TALENT CONTEST. £10 Cash Prizes, also Contract to Sing with ■ Band tor three months. Special Monte Carlo and Spot Waltz Prize, including Free Gifts. 10/, Ladies and Gents. Carnival Hats. etc. Admission 2'. A. McKenzle, M.CAnderson, Mgr. 30 ST. MARY'S HALL. ELLERSLIE 2mins. from the Great South Rd. Tram Terminus GRAND DANCE MANUKAU RUGBY LEAGUE JACK LUCAS* DANCE BAND. (nine players) Two Montes, Spot Waltz, Novelty Dances. Good Supper. Gents 2/6. Ladies 2/. 30 J. WHEELHOUSE, M.C. GRAND CARNIVAL DANCE PETER PAN WEDNESDAY. AUGUST I, AT 8 P.M. Waltzing Competition, one guinea prize, best couple. Ticket and Cubicle Reservations obtainable at Lewis Eady, Ltd. Double 10/6. Single 6/. BE THERE FOR A GREAT NIGHT Dress Informal 30 MFRRYLANDS HALL — OFF ORANGA AVENUE TE PAPAPA LABOUR PARTY FORTNIGHTLY MODERN AND OLD-TIME DANCE. TUESDAY, JULY 31, 8 till 12. Novelty Dances and Prizes. Ted Rivett's Orchestra 30 F. LALOLI, Hon. Sec SHIPPING UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF N.Z., LTD. Sailings, Circumstances Permitting: Passenger and Cargo Services Wellingtonuyttelton. Wellingion-Picton to South Sea Islands. Australia Particulars on application. FOR LYTTELTON. FROM WELLINGTON: WAHINE Mon., Wed., Fri., 7.30 p.m FOR PICTON, FROM WELLINGTON: XAMAHINE Mon., Wed.. Fri.. 2 p.m. CARGO SERVICESWELLINGTON, DUNEDIN, O AMARU: Steamer Early. Glc BORNE: MARGARET W. Tues., July 31. noon. Booking Agents for Union Airways ol N.Z., Cook Strait Airways, Tasman Empire Airways ind all other Principal Air Lines. MAIN OFFICE: 36-38. Quay Street EasL Telephone 49-430. JITY PASSENGER OFFICE - IC3 Queen Street. CANADIAN AUSTRALASIAN LINE, UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD., Agents Throughout New Zealand. D NORTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. LIMITED. Sailings. Circumstances Permitting CARGO Osual Services to all Coastal Ports. PASSENGERS. GREAT BARRIER. Full Particulars and Bookings. Please Phone 32-730 (three lines), also 40-750 and 45-094. N.S.S. COMPANY LIMITED. Quay street. D SHAW SAVILL LINES. TO ENGLAND. TO SOUTH AFRICA. The Line's Passenger Services provide for First-class. Cabin Class and Tourist Class Passengers, but each vessel carries only one oi these classes. SHAW SAVILL AND ALBION CO.. LTD.. (Inc in England). WELLINGTON. Agents Throughout New Zealand. O TIIE DEVONPORT STEAM FERRY CO.. LTD. WAIHEKE REGULAR CARGO SERVICE A cargo vessel owned and operated by the Devonport Steam Ferry Co., Ltd.. will maintain a regular daily service between the City and Matiatia. Prompt carrier delivery arranged. Cargo received at Ferry Building 8.0 a.m. to 5.0 p.m. MONDAYS to THURSDAYS, and 8.0 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. FRIDAYS. Vessel sails from Auckland at 9.30 a.m. Charges pre-paid or on monthly account to approved firms. C LECTURES NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS SOCIETY. TAKAPUNA SUB-CENTRE. NOTICE TO MEMBERS AND INTENDING MEMBERS. A Course of Lectures in Hygiene and Sanitation will .commence in the Presbyterian Hall, The Terrace, on THURSDAY, August 2, at 7.30 p.m. S. A. GALBRAITH, Sec. Phone 78-255. • 30 I KKLMOXS REUNION M.T. POOL. Member»? and ex-members are reminded that the Annual ainror of the above Association will be held on AUGUST 17 (Haynes). Members must be financial by JULY 31. 30 A. KEESING. Sec. j OI'TDOOK SPOKTtS I ic/tLUL'LI 1U1.\:.IN«». oest, 8 b to 30/.— I Watts Sports Depot. Exchange Lane. 45-412. N
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