AMUSEMENTS . I FINALLY TO-NIGHT Sessions: 4.45, 7.45 p.m. CHARLES KORVIN. ELLA RAINES ; "ENTER ARSENE LUPIN" Also ROBERT LOWRY in "A SCREAM IN THE DARK" ; Both Recommended More for Adults. lIIIIIIIIIH roLLER ' s Illllillllll MAJESTIC THEATRE Destined to become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch lor Later Announcements. 111111111111 l 43-210 IIIHIIIIIII TO-MORROW — TO-MORROW A NEW PROGRAMME OF DRAMA, THRILLS. , EXCITEMENT AND LAUGHS. FACTS "REVEALED FOR ™E FIRST ME IN A FILM THAT IS SHEER DYNAMITE. Gail Patrick — Nancy Kelly Bill Henry — H. B. Warner In "WOMEN IN BONDAGE" "WOMEN IN BONDAGE" "WOMEN IN BONDAGE" WOMEN-ENSLAVED AND DEGRADED BY THE PAGAN SAVAGERY OF A GANG OF RUTHLESS Associate Feature: THE SCREEN'S NEWEST INNER SANCTUM | MYSTERY. A TOP-NOTCH MYSTERY THRILLER LON CHANEY LON CHANEY Evelyn Ankers Elena Verdugo "THE FROZEN GHOST" "THE FROZEN GHOST" "THE FROZEN GHOST" Nnmpless Terror Creeping from the Walls Nameless t £ Murdcr . Both Recommended More for Adults. FULLER'S [PRINCE "EDWARD] I THEATRE I KAR.ANGAHAFE ROAD, TOP OF QUEEN ST. Phone 43-252 Soon to Screen First Release Programmes. 6d GUEST NIGHT 6d TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. Lon CHANEY, Anne GWYNNE, With Ralph Morsan and Evelyn Ankers in " WEIRD WOMAN " Recommended More Suitable for Adults. — And Also — LAUGHS ROMANCE and GAIETY with ... Leon ERROL, Harriet HILLIARD, Grace MCDONALD In " GALS INCORPORATED" Matinee To-morrow at 1.30 For Three Days Only ... Mctro-Goldwyn-Mayer Presents THE PRIZE PICTURE OF THE YEAR. Greer GARSON and Waller PIDGEON. " Madame Curie " Approved for Universal Exhibition. — And Also — UNIQUE and THRILLING . Sensational Secrets of the CONGO Revealed in " Leopard Men Of Africa " Recommended by Censor for Adults. Box Plan Now Open .. RESERVE. FULLER'S N 1 BRITANNIA"] THEATRE THREE LAMPS Phone 26-041 Auckland's Leading Suburban TheaUe with the Best in Screen Entertainment. FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. A Love Story That's Merry With Music! "SEVEN SWEETHEARTS" "HAT CHECK HONEY " A Bright Musical Comsdy with Three Bands. TO-MORROW NIGHT AT 7.10. Chapter One of Columbia's SERIAL "THE SHADOW " TO-MORRCW NIGHT AT 7.30 Columbia P.ctures Presents CARY GRANT in Alexander Hall's " ONCE UPON A TIME " With JANET BLAIR. I The Comedy with a G?.y New Twist! Also Screening: LAUREL and HARDV3 Feature Comedy " NOTHING BUT TROUBLE " All Approved for Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S [VICTORIA 1 THEATRE DEVONPORT Phone 71-683 fc North Shore's Home of Entertainment. Finally To-night at 7.30. Wcllsce Decry, Binnic Barnes in "BARBARY'COAST GENT" Approved for Universal ExhiDiuon. • " IN " Recommended by Censor for Adults. TO-MORROW (Friday)— At 1.30 and 7.30 p.m. Sat. and Mon. at 1.30 and 7.30 Laughs More Uproarious, Songs More Glorious Than Ever Be.ore! Bing , Crosby At His Brightest and Best with BARRY FITZGERALD, RISE STEVENS 111 " GOING MY WAY " " GOING MY WAY " Tues., Wed., Thurs. Next — GREER OARSON, WALTER PIDGEON In " Mrs. Miniver " All Approved for Universal Exhibition. MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY FOR THESE T'.VO OUTSTANDING ATTRACTIONS FULLERS I CAMEO I THEATRE GREY LYNN Phone 26-406 Finally This Evening at 7.30. 6d GUEST NIGHT 6d " THe'fALCON'S 1 BROTHER " Approved for Universal Exhibition. — Also Showing — Guy Kibbee, Margaret Hayes, Wallace Ford in Scattergood Survives A Murder Recommended by Censor for Adults. Coming To-morrow & Sat.— Red Skelton in "BATHING BEAUTY" Sessions as follows:— TO-MORROW (Friday)—s p.m. and 7.30 p.m. SATURDAY —1.30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Box Finn Open From 10 a.m. Daily. Patrons Frcm Outer Districts May Take Advantage of Our Exacting Tele-phone Reservation Service. Phone 26-406 for Reservations. TOWN. HALL AUGUST 22 AUGUST 22 EMBASSY BALL Dance Music by TED CROAD AND HIS BAND. Star Vocalists: Flo White and Shirley Rhodes. Superb Decorations. Ball Tickets, £1 1/ Double. 12,6 Single, at the Box Office, Chas. Begg and Co., Queen Street. ■ 2 JUMBLF, SALE, 1.0.0. F. Hall, Pitt St.. Friday, 1 p.m. Bargains. 2 PICNICS AN l> EXCURSION'S THE DEVONTORT STEAM FERRY CO., LTD. WINTER FERRY TIMETABLE. MATIATIA AND ONEROA PASSENGER SERVICE (Weather and other Circumstances Permitting.) Leave Leave Auckland Matiatia Mondays to Thurs. . Launch 5.30 a.m. 3.00 p.m. Fridays Steamer 7.00 a.m. 8.30 a.m. 5.45 p.m. 7.05 p.m. Saturdays 1.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m. Sundays 9.30 a.m. 5.00 p.m. FARES: Over 14 years. 2/6 return, 1/6 singlefive to 14 years, Half Fares; under five years, Buses and carriers ninnlng through Oneroa to and from Surfdale meet all vessels. All vessels leave from and return to Ferry Building. WAIHEKE CARGO Cargo for Waiheke Island will be received for discharge at Matiatia Bay at any time between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mondsys to Thursdays, and from 8 a:m. to 9.30 a.m. on Fridays at the Ferry Buildings. Moderate freight rates. Charges prepaid, cr on monthly account by arrangement with approved firms. Vessel sails 9.30 a m Monday to Friday. PHONE 41-346. :2 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY There will be an Exhibition and Sale of Handwork at the Red Cross Rooms, Mercantile Chambers, Customs Street, on FRIDAY, August 3, from 11.30 p.m. This is work done, by the pst'lcnts at the Aurklmd Mcntcl Hospital, and w.ll include weaving, embioidcry and woodwork.
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