AMUSEMENTS J HURRY — LAST 2 DAYS n \M PLAZA ■/ / QUEEN STREET = \ / S:| Phone 41-586. = \ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. st To-day: 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 8 p.m. 20th Century-Fox Presents "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" In Glorious Technlcolour. Starring WALTER BRENNAN LON McCALLISTER - JEANNE CRAIN i CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD Coming Friday— ROARING WITH FUN 20th Century-Fox Films will present GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS With Monty Woolley Roddy McDo .vail - IN HER LATEST PICTURE "MOLLY AND ME" "MOLLY AND ME" "MOLLY AND ME" Grade's songs include: "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean." "I Passed by Your Window," "Christopher Robin." "The Artfulness, the Sinfulness, the Wickedness of Men " "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing." and a Duct with Monty Woolley. Advisable to Book Early PLANS AT THEATRE AND BEGG'S. Usual Frices. No Telephone Reserves. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. oxfor~eT| J TIVOLI i OXFORD & TIVOLI I I QUEEN ST. I I Near Grafton | Opp. C.P.O. Bridge. j Phone 42-274. I | Phone 44-136. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd Oxford Sessions: 11, 2. 5 & 8. I Tivoli: Nightly at 8. CLIVE BROOK. FINLAY CURRIE, GEOFFREY HIBBERT In an Exciting Drama ot the Clyde. " SHIPBUILDERS " Recommended by Censor lor Adults. In Addition—Tivoli Only: The All-Technlcolour Thriller . . . "THE FIGHTING LADY" Approved for Universal Exhibition. Thursday Next — R.K.0.-Radio Pictures Present The Strangest Partners in Crime You've Ever Met! DICK POWELL ("The Private Eye") CLAIRE TREVOR ANNE SHIRLEY ("The Trigger Blende") ("Solt Shoulders ) OTTO KRUGER (Blackmailer psychologist) ESTHER HOWARD MIKE MAZURKA ("Bcozy Old Floozy") ("The Mcose") In the Thrill-Packed Murder Mystery: " MURDER, MY SWEET " " MURDER, MY SWEET " 12 Villains, 3 Murders and a Suicide. The Surprise Thriller of the Year! Adapted from Raymond Chandler's Novel "FAREWELL MY LOVELY" Recommended by Censor for Adults and Unsuitable for Children. i TYG 1 T TTYTT MT - ALBERT. Phone 36-204 UJCj ijUiVIU To . n ight & Wed. at 7.45 Alice Faye—Betty" Grable—Carol Landis "4 JILLS IN A JEEP" Approved fcr Universal Exhibition. T>Trr^Trxr r r epsom. Phone 60-442 rIUIVTIL/lN 1 To-night & Wed. at 7.45 Leslie Howard — David Niven In the Immortal Story of the Spitfire . . . " FIRST OF THE FEW " Approved for Universal Exhibition _ SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN Conducted by Pastor F. A. Wilson. Commencing NEXT SUNDAY. August 5. 7 p.m. Subject: "What of the Fu"'-» " in the hgnt of Bible prophecy. UNITY HALL. 323, QUEEN STREET (just above Town Hall). _J4 AUCTIONS TO SANDRINGHAM AND MOUNT ALBERT RESIDENTS AND OTHERS. SQUIRRELL AND CO. A/c the Owner, who is giving up housekeeping. On the Premises. 305. SANDRINGHAM ROAD. SANDRINGHAM. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1945. at 11 a.m. Hayman Electric Radiant Lamp, Chesterfield Suite, Oval Gate-leg Table, 9 x 7.6 Congo. Square Floor Rugs. Cushions, O.R. Settee and Squab. Escritoire, Bookcase. Mantel Clock, Rimu Sideboard. Dining Table, Dining Chairs. Crockery, Glassware. Green Mohair Table Cover, Singer Drophend Sewing Machine with Electric Motor. Bedrooms (3).—Two Rimu Wardrobes. Comb. Chests. Four Single. Beds and Wires, Mattresses. Pillows, Blankets and Bed Linen. Floor Rugs. Ped. Cupboards. Champion Gas Stove (grey enamel), Aim. Kettles, Aim. and En. Saucepans, Pres. Pan, Elec Toaster. Set Kit Bins, Wringer, Clothes Basket, Brooms, Mop, Man's Bicycle, 4in Bench Vise, 6ft Crosscut Saw, Lawnmower (Red Cloud, ball-bearing), Stepladder, Garden Tools. Two Hand Saws Odd Tools, and a Host of Useful Sundries. Terms Cash. . N.B.—On view morning .of sale. Owairaka Trains to Balmoral Rd. Fred Ziegler, Auctioneer and valuer. 31 R A D L E V AND CO.. LTD.. CITY MARKETS. WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1. 11 A.M. On Behalf of W. A. L. COLE. Waimauku. CITRUS TREES—Exceptionally well-grown range of , Grapefruit. Lemons. Sweet Oranges. Mandarines. FRUIT TREES—Up-to-date Varieties of Apple. Pear, Peach. Plum. Nectarine, Apricot. Quince, etc. ROSES —Modern Varieties In Bush, Climbing, Polyanthus. IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS AT AUCTION PRICES. :31
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