AMOSEMEXT3 NOTHING SO BEAUTIFUL. WAS EVER SO DEADLY! 5 ' -*|" CENTURY~ iHI / Queen Street — Phone 42-169. \ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. Central Heating — Deaf Aids. DAILY: 11—2—5—8. Cnited Artists Present ANTON CHEKOVS u " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " With GEORGE SANDERS GEORGE SANDERS LINDA DARNELL Edw. Everett Horton Anna Lee. Plans at Theatre and Begg's. Queen Street. ill Recommended oy Censor lor Adults. ill COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE. Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED." "victory GREEN LANE Phone 16-647 To-night and Sat. at. 8. The Merriest Man-Hunt in "Kiss"-tory — Gay! Witty! With the Comedy Sensations ot "My Sister Eileen" together again, and funnier than ever. ROSALIND RUSSELL — BRIAN AHERNE In Irving Cummlng's Enchanted Comedy. " WHAT A WOMAN " Recommended by Censor lor 'Adults. Special Western Matinee - To-morrow (Saturday), 2 p.m. 2 Cartoons. Community Sing. Comedy. Fox Aussie News, screen Snapshots, and CHARLES SIARRETT — SONS OP PIONEERS, "West of Abilene" All Approved tor Universal Exhibition. HI CRYSTAL PALACE MOUNT EDEN. Phone 60-573 TO-NIGHT AND SAT. AT γ^g Laughs! Tunes! Technicolour! ! ALICE FAYE — PHIL BAKER CARMEN MIRANDA — ED. EV. HORTON BENNY GOODMAN. CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD, " GIRLS HE LEFT BEHIND " & ROCHELLE HUDSON. RICARDO CORTEZ, "RUBBER RACKETEERS" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. 111111 l TO-NIGHT AFTER THE THEATRE dance to your heart's content in N.Z.'s largest Cabaret. Civic Winterpardens. with N-.Z.'s Largest Cabaret Band. (Dress optional.) Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 Serial. Fox News. Magic Carpet, Aussie News, "Girls He Left Behind" TIT? T TTYTP MT - ALBERT. Phone 36-204 Dili LjUAJiI Tc ,. night & Sat . at 7.45 Dorothy Lamcur. "AND THE ANGELS SING" Recommended by Censor for Adults. Bruce Edwards. "MY PAL WOLF" Approved for Universal Exhibition. MATINEE TO-MORROW (SAT.). 2 P.M. "My Pal Wolf" and Featurettes. "DTP PIT "NTT , EPSOM. Phone 60-142 KiilUJilJN 1 To . nlgnt & Sat . at 7.45 Margaret O'Brien — James Craig "LOST ANGEL" Approved for Universal Exhibition. & Jimmy Lydon in the Riotous "HENRY ALDRICH HAUNTS A HOUSE" Recommended By Censor tor Adults Special Matinee Sat., 2 p.m. Donald Duck. "Skytroopers." Mickey Mouse and Pluto. "Gentleman's Gentleman," Our Gang Comedy, and "LOST ANGEL" 4HPETER PANp-TO-NIGHT!! SUPPER and DANCING 2/6 — ADMISSION — 2/6 Jitterbugglng Prohibited. Soon! The Millionth Patron. OUTDOOR SPORTS No. 1, 3 P.M.: MARIST v. GRAFTON (Navy and Light Blue (Black and White) and Red) Two of the strongest teams competing for the Gallaher Shield wlil meet in the main game. This should provide a hard forward tussle, and better back combination may be the deciding fkctor. This will be the chief attraction of RUGBY RUGBY AT EDEN PARK, SATURDAY As curtain-raiser, the early game will show a much improved Otahuhu fllteen in action against the redoubtable Ponsonby side on No. 1. 1.30 P.M.: Otahuhu v. Ponsonby (Red andßlack) (Black and Blue) ADMISSION: Ground, Gents 1/, Ladies 6d. Stand 6d extra. School children (in school uniform) and Returned Servicemen with N.Z. Shoulder Flashes Free U) ground. ~ STURGES PARK (OTAHUHU) R.N.Z.A.F. (Swanson) V. TRAINING COLLEGE Admission: Gents 1/, Ladles 6d. Cars 1/. " : j LEAGUE FOOTBALL CARLAW PARK, SATURDAY 3 P.M.: WEST COAST v. AUCKLAND TRIBUTES FROM FAMOUS PLAYERS., Roy Brown, famous International, made this comment after witnessing the West Coast-Canter-bury game: "I have played Rugby League in England, Australia and New Zealand, and I can truthfully say that I have never seen better League than that shown by the West Coast this afternoon. There was perfect understanding and co-ordination between forwards and backs." . Norman Griffiths and Jim Calder, both exlnternatlonals from the West Coast, are supremely confident, and both contend it is one> of the finest provincial sides ever assembled. Johnny Dodds, also an ex-international, is coaching and training the team, and reports it as fit as is humanly possible, and concludes with the remark: "Take It from me, the 'Coast' will win." West Coast beat Canterbury 60-5 and will proveworthy adversaries for Auckland To-morrow. CURTAINtRAISERS FROM 12.30. Admission 1/6. Stand I/. Vice-president's tickets will not admit. RUGBY LEAGUE The Waikato's Star Attraction of the Season. WEST COAST V. SOUTH AUCKLAND. NEXT SUNDAY. AUGUST 5. DAVIES PARK, HUNTLY Net profits go to the Patriotic Society. This Advt. is donated by Self-Help Stores. 3 LOCAL BOD? NOXICKS MOUNT BOSKIIX ROAD BOAED. Notice Is hereby given that at a Special Meeting of the Mount Roskill Road Board held on Tuesday, uly 10, 1945, the following resolution was passed and will be submitted for confirmation at the rdinary Meeting of the Board to be held at 30 p.m. on TUESDAY, August 7, 1945. at the B'oard Office, Mt. Albert Road. Auckland, 5.E.3. The Mount Roskill Road Board, acting In pursuance of the powers conferred upon it by the Road Boards Act 1908, the Counties Act 1920. the Health Act 1920. and all other powers and authorities It thereunto enabling, doth hereby make by way ot Special Order thefollowing By-law, to be known as the Mt. Roskill Building By-law 1945. The object and purpose of the proposed By-lav/ is to amend and extend the Mt Roskill Road Board Building By-laws, being part 11. of By-law No. 1 (1927). by the adoption of the New Zealand Standard Code of Building By-laws parts VII. to , IX. relating to Means of Egress. Residential Buildings and Light Timber Construction. A copy ot the By-law is deposited at the Board Office as above for Inspection oy the public during Office hours until the 7th AUGUST, 1945. J. H. REICH. Clerk and Treasurer. Mt. Roskill. July 10. 1945. :3 MEETINGS MENTAL HOSPITAL REFORM ASSOCIATION A Meeting of members, friends and Bill Interested in mental health will be held on MONDAY, August 6. at 7.45 p.m., in the Baptist Tabernacle Church Hall. • Chairman: His Worship the Mayor, MR. J. A. C. ALLUM. 3 j. BATES. Hon. Sec.
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