' AMtISEMEXTS NOT SINCE "WTJTHERING HEIGHTS" AN! "REBECCA" HAS THERE BEEN A DHAMt. SO COMPLETELY COMPELLING. CENTURY |'b Queen Street — Phone 42-169. Direction; Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Centra] Heating — Deal Aids. DAILY: 11—2—5—8. United Artists Present GEORGE SANDERS LINDA DARNELL EDWAP.D EVERETT HORTON " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " Recommended oy Censor lor Adults. "victory" GREEN LANE. Phone 16-647 Tc-night and TTiurs. ct 8. The Sensational Story That Startled Millions When Fublishcd in the ns.--.ders . Digest . . . and as a beck . . . shave with them this nevcr-tc-be-forgc-tten emoiicr.al CApe*icnce. PAUL LUKAS — K. T. STEVENS " ADDRESS UNKNOWN " Kcccmmended b.v Censor tor Aduiu. II CRYSTAL PALACE ■ II; MOUNT EDEN. Phone 60-073 j ; FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 7 45 !! Matchless, Blood-Stirring — ENTERTAINMENT — An epic o£ Heroism that will live in the memory o£ all who see it. with particular In the capture ot Tcbruk! GRANT TAYLOR. GEORGE WALLACE. "RATS OF TOBRUK" Approved ler Unlveisal Exhibition. ! R I A L T 0 III! NEWMARKET. Phone iO-809 FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 745 The Daring Eugene O'Neill Love Drama They Said Couldn't Be Filmed! WILLIAM BENDIX — SUSAN HAYWARD "THE HAIRY APE" Recommended by Censor lor Adults. fc THE RTTZ BROS. — FRANCES LANGFORD "NEVER A DULL MOMENT" Approved lor Universal Exhibition. SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN Conducted by Pastor F. A. Wilson. Commencing NEXT SUNDAY. August 5, 7 p.m. Subject: "What of the' Future " In the light oi Bible , prophecy. , UNITY HALL. 323, QUEEN STREET (Just above Town Hall). -A I'CBUC NOT I CBS THE GUARDIAN TRUST AND EXECUTORS CO. OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD. NOTICS TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby g:ven that all Creditors and 3thers having Claims against the undermentioned Estates arc required to lodge such claims in iupllcale at the Guardian Trust Office. Shortlind Street, Auckland, forthwith. The claims must show ful! details and must be certified r.s [ollows:— "I hereby certify that the amount of thij cla'm was due and owing at the date of the Jeath of the deceased." ESTATES iITCHON. Ughtred, late of Auckland, Gentleman, died 17th July, 1945. McFARLAND, Margaret Ellen, late of Devonport, Spinster, died 16th July, 1945. rOOMAN, Arthur, late of Onehunsa,. Retired Auctioneer, died 14th July. 1943. R. F. WARD, Manager. The Guardian Trust and Executors Co. of N.Z.. Limited. 1 FERTILISER RATIONING, 1943-46. Under the Fertiliser Control Order, 1945. an opportunity is afforded Farmers to make application for an allocation of Ferlllisers for their property under the following headings:— A—Those farmers who have not appealed on any previous occasion. B—Thos= farmers who c* n produce documentary evidence to the effect that they have brought in out of VIRGIN country during the last ration period areas which have been sown down in new grass. Applications under the nbove headings will be received by the Appeals Committee up to ano Including August 15. 1945. Application forms available from the Secretary. Auckland District Council of Primary Production. P.O. Bex 787. Auckland. First Floor. Dalgety s Building. 41. Albert Street.
I W. ALEXANDER. ■ii secretary. EXHIBITION OF PORTRAIT STUDIES Of MISS GRACIE FIELDS Is Now On View In THE DISPLAY WINDOWS Of STEELE. PHOTOGRAPHY, 322, Queen Street. Note: Mr. Steele is the only Portrait Photographer for whom Miss Fields has consented to sit during her entire Australasian tour. ; 4 REHABILITATION DEPARTMENT DISTRICT OFFICE, AUCKLAND. As from and including Saturday, ths 4th Augustr 1945. the above Onlc?, situiled In the Nsw Government Buiidins, Jjan Batten Place, Fort Street Auckland, will be open during the follow.ng hours: — Monday to Friday—9 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. Saturday Morning—9 a.m. to 11 a.m^ Servicemen and Ex-Servicemen are requested to note that the Office will b2 closed at 11 a.m. on Saturdays Instead of 12 noon as heretofore. L. P. TURNER, District Rehabilitation Officer. • :x3 CITY OF AUCKLAND. AUCKLAND ZOOLOGICAL PARK. INCREASE IN ADMISSION CHARGES. Notice is hereby given that as from and including Monday, 6th August, 1943 the admission charges to the Zoological Park will be 1/6 for each adult and 6d for each child. . T. W. M. ASHBY, £l Town Clerk. A. J. PARK AN x> SON, PATENT AND TRADE MARK ATTORNEYS National Bank Building. Shortland Street, ' F. H. HAY (Fel.. Inc. Inst.. P.A.), Reg. Patent Attorney, Managing Partner. INFORMATION BOOK FREE ON APPLICATION WS SHIPPING UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF N.Z., LTD. Sailings, Circumstances Permitting: Passenger and Cargo Services WelllngtonLyttelton, Wellington-Pir.ton to South Sea Islands, Australia. Particulars on application. FOR LYTTELTON, FROM WELLINGTONWAHINE Mon., Wed.. Frl., 7.30 p.m. FOR PIC'ION, FROM WELLINGTON: TAMAHINE .. Mon., Wed.. Frl.. 2 p.m. CARGO SERVICES: • WELLINGTON, LYTTELTON, DUNEDIN, BLUFFSteamer Early. GISBORNE: MARGARET W. .. . Tues., August 7, noon. Booking Agents for Union Airways of N.Z., Cook Strait Airways, Tasman Empire Airways and all other principal Air Lines. MAIN OFFICE: 36-33, Quay Street East. Telephone 49-430. CITY PASSENGER OFFICE: 103. Queen Street. _D NORTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED. Sailings, Circumstances Permitting. CARGO. Usual 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 of these classes. SHAW SAVILL AND ALBION CO., LTD.. (Inc. In England), Wellington. Agents Throughout New Zealand. C THE 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 Matiatla. 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
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