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AMTSEMEXTS NOT SINCE "WUTHERING HEIGHTS" AND "REBECCA" HAS THERE BEEN A DRAMA SO COMPLETELY COMPELLING. CENTURY [Mb 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 oy Censor tor Adults. "VICTORY GREEN LANE Phone 16-847 EXTENDED FOR ONE MORE NIGHT. 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 . . . " JANE EYRE " Recommended by Censor tor Adults. ' lIJIII CRYSTAL PALACE |||| I j : : MOUNT EDEN. Phone 60-573 | TO-NIGHT 'AND WED. AT <7 AK j; I .lO I ,' Matchless, Blood-Stirring — ENTERTAINMENT — An epic of Heroism that will live in the memory of all who see it. with particular significance for these who actually took part in the capture of Tobruk! GRANT TAYLOR. GEORGE WALLACE. "RATS OF TOBRUK" Approved _ lor Universal K.-shibition. II R I A L T O 111 I II NEWMARKET Phone 20-800 j 11 TO-NIGHT AND WED. AT HAK I una ' •^ <J 111 I The Daring Eugene O'Neill Love | Drama They Said Couldn't Be Filmed! WILLIAM BENDIX — SUSAN HAYWARD " THE HAIRY APE " Recommenaea by censor tor Adults. & THE RITZ BROS. — FRANCES LANGFORD "NEVER A DULL MOMENT" Approved for Universal Exhibition. AUCTIONS RICHARD ARTHUR, LTD., & RAYMOND F.DER, 191. QUEEN STREET, (Next door Power Board Building), Will Sell, TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY. AT 11 O'CLOCK. PIANO. WALNUT CASE, BY PAUL WERNER. 12 x 9 PLAIN BROWN AXMINSTER CARPET. 3-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE. Occ. Table, Sinter Sewing Machine, Rimu Settee and Squab. China Cabinet, Uphd. Easv Chairs. Seagrass Chair, Oak Dining Suite, 3-piece Chesterfield Suite, 12 x 9 Lino Square. 2 only 12 x 9 Congo. Squares, 5-Valve Cromwell Radio, Glass Front Bookcase. 12 x 9 Ax. Carpet. Mirror. Set Bookshelves. 12 each D. and L. Stainless Knives. D.S. Sideboard. Oak Sideboard, 6 Bung. Blinds. 2 large Holland Blinds. Pictures, Dining Table. H. Rugs, Firescreen, Kerb. 12 x 9 Ax. Carpet. Chesterfield Lounge, Rimu Dining Suite, Light Oak Sideboard. OAK BEDROOM SUITE, large Light Oak Wardrobe. 3 compartments; . double-door Light Oak Wardrobe: Liberty Oak Linen Pre.«s. Oak Chest Drawers, D.S. 6 Drawer Chest. Duchess Dressing Pair, Comb. Chest, D. Rimu Bed and Wire, D. Kapoc Mattress, Pillows. Linen, Rimu Commode, Child's Cot, Pcd. Cupboard. KITCHEN CUPBOARD. K. Table. A.B. Chairs, Side Tables. Penn. Lawnmower, Garden Hose, Garden Tools. Kitchen Sundries and Crockery, Gent's Bicycle and General Sundries.

IVAN T. FRANCHI, Auctioneer and Valuer. _31 C A K S AND TRUCKS. TURNERS AND GROWERS, LIMITED, 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, sound mechanical condition. A first-class car throughout. 1939 NASH. Six gocd tyres, mechanical condition excellent. Fitted with wireless, air.-condi-tloner and heater. Paintwork and upholstery first class. 1P39 VAUXHALL 12. Rubber excellent, mileage onlv 15,000. This car has perfect upholstery and paintwork and is mechanically Al. 1937 MORRIS 10. mechanically sound, rubber first class, new spare. 1936 CHRYSLER De Luxe Sedan. Very good tyres, mechanical condition excellent. Good paint and upholstery. 1937 BUICK STRAIGHT 8. Only two private owners. First-class tyres, mechanically perfect. Paintwork and upholstery unmarked. This car can be guaranteed In first-class nvdT throughout. We tlo not deal in Cars and Trucks-. We only sell en 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 of sale. TURNERS AND GROWERS, LIMITED. Phone 32-100. 31 TO II ERNE BAY RESIDENTS. J. R. ROBERTSON. LTD.. Account Trustees Deceased Estate. AT THF RESIDENCE, 37, WALLACE STREET. HERNE BAY. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1. AT 11 A.M. Details:— Living Rooms—Four-piece Chesterftoid Suite In damask. Cheste field Lounge. Easy Chair. Uph. Settee and 6 Chairs in beech (cabriole legs), 2 Large Sideboards. Dining Table, Dining Chairs, Table Cover. Bookcase. Books. Hrars Kerb and Fire Irons. Sofa. Cushions. Copper Kerb. Pictures, Overmantel. Vases. Epergne. E.P. Ware. Glassware. Radio. Curtains. Lino.. Violin. Brlc-a-Brac. etc.. etc. Hall—Approx. 15yds 271n Axm. Runner. Hall Stand. Curtains. Slip Mats. Bedrooms (4) —Kauri Wardrobes. Dressing Tables. Washstands. Chests of Drawers. Single and Double Bed and Wires. Kapok Bedding. Toilet Ware. Occ. Tables. n edestal Cupboards. Eiderdowns. Quilts. Curtains, Quantity F.ocks and Clothing. Bed Pan. Pictures. Chairs, etc.. etc. Kitchen and Outside —Kitchen Tabic. 4 A.B. Chairs. . Sofa, Table Cover, Lino., Curtains. Kitchen Utensils, Saucepans, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery. Mangle, En. Ware. Meat Safe, Brooms and Mops. Mirrors, locking Chair. Garden Tools. Garden Roller. Stepladder and General Sundries. Terms Cash. No Reserves. Terence P. Frogley, Auctioneer. 31

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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