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AMUSEMENTS - Daily: 11—2—5—8. 7 century"* |= Queen Street — Phone 42-169. Direction. Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Central Heating — Deal Aids. Cnlted Artists Present • | ANTON CHEKOV'S " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM "■ " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " With GEORGE SANDERS U GEORGE SANDERS LINDA DARNELL Edw. Everett Horton Anna Lee. Plans nt Theatre and Begg s. Queen Recommendeo Dy Censor tor Adults. I COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE. Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED." "victory"! GREEN LANE Phone 16-641 I Finally To-night at 8. The Merriest Man-Hunt ii "Kiss"-tory — Gay! Witty! With the Comedy Sensations ol "My Sister Eileen" together again, and funnier than ever. ROSALIND RUSSELL — BRIAN AHERNE In Irving Cummings Enchanted Comedy. " WHAT A WOMAN " I Recommended by Censor lor Adults. jjjjl CRYSTAL PALACE llljl i'l MOUNT EDEN. Phone 60-573 || I FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT HAK II mi! '- 4D nun Laughs! Tunes! Technicolour! ALICE FAYE — PHIL BAKER CARMEN MIRANDA — ED. EV. HORTCN BENNY GOODMAN. CHARLOXI'E GREENWOOD " GIRLS HE LEFT BEHIND " &■ ROCHELLE HUDSON. RICARDO CORTEZ, "RUBBER RACKETEERS" Both Approved lor Universal Exhibition. HI | R I A L T O 111 l 111 NEWMARKET. Phone 20-809 j'j j I FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT rj Afiiii '•w mi The Loudest, Longest Laugh in 20 Years. MARJORIE DENIS GAIL REYNOLDS O'KEEFE PATRICK MISCHA AUER — CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD, "UP IN MABEL'S ROOM" CHESTER MORRIS — JANIS CARTER "ONE MYSTERIOUS NIGHT" Both Recommended by Censor tor Adults. & N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM.

AUCTIONS GEORGE WALKER, LTD., AT THE GREAT SALEROOMS, 249, QUEEN STREET, TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), AT 11 A.M. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS. Including: LIVING ROOMS.—3-PIECE RIMU DINING SUITE, comprislsg Mirror Sideboard, Oval fable and 6 Chairs to match; Glassware. Dinner Ware, Cutlery, Rimu Settee and Squab, Morris and Seagrass Chairs, 3-PCE. CHcgriIRFIELD SUITE, Cushions, Occ. Tables, Kerb, Pictures, Vases and Ornaments, Odd Sidcboaros. Dining Tables and Chairs, Bookshelf, Easy Chairs, Curtains, etc. BEDROOMS.—4-PCE. RIMU BEDROOM SUITE, comprising Mirror Wardrobe and Dressing Chest, Toilet Cabinet and Full-size Bed and Wire WoveKapok Bedding and Pillows. Bedside Tables and Chairs, Curtains and Flooring. Odd Wardrobes and Corr.b. Dressing Chests, Double and Single Beds and Wire Woves, Chests Drawers, and other Bedroom Plenishments. KITCHEN TABLES AND CHAIRS, Crockery and Cooking "Jtcnsils, Glassware. Lawnmower, Garden Tools, Sundries too numerous to detail. GEORGE WALKER, LTD., Leonard Coakley, T. A. Gouldlng, Auctioneers. 6 FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1945, .AT 12 NOON. At their Auction Rooms, corner ot Queen and Shortland Streets. Auckland. C. F. BENNETT, LTD., Acting In conjunction with Mt. Stace Bennett on the favoured instructions of Messrs. R. and W. Hellaby. Ltd.. will offer IMPORTANT REALISATION SALE OF SUBURBAN FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, WELL SITUATED ON OR ADJACENT TO MAIN ARTERIAL ROADS INVESTORS - OPPORTUNITY. I—EPSOM. No. 591, corner of Manukau and Onslow Roads—Substantial 2-storey slate roofed Brick Shop, with 6-8 living rooms; brick store and stables at rear. At present occupied by metal engineers. SPLENDID CORNER ALLOTMENT, with 56ft to Manukau Road and some 148 ft 6in to Onslow Road.

r —"»»>'«i inmiuiuiu nvtw. next out one to tne above—FlNE FREEHOLD SECTION with Hont> age to main road of 41ft by a depth of isift n and narrowing to about 21ft at rear. 3—DOMINION ROAD. Corner of Telford Avenue— 6 GOOD CORNER FREEHOLD SECTION, rect- - angular, with frontage of CGft to Dominion Road and 132 ft to Telford Avenue. B 4—AVONDALE, near the Town Hall and adjoining Hellabys Shop and the important road Junction of Avondale's centre—SPLENDID FREEHOLD ALLOTMENT, being part of Lots x 1 and 2. with approx. 60ft frontage to St. I, George's Street, by a depth of approximately r 112 ft. Note: This lot may be subdivided into t sites for shops, etc. „ J S—POINT .CHEVALIER, on main Great North = Road, Just beyond Parr Road ar.d adjacent B shopping area—GOOD FREEHOLD SECTION. 1 containing 22.8 perches, with approx. 42ft loin frontage to Great North Road by irregular 1 depth. • 6—ARCH HILL-GREY LYNN, on main Great North Eoad—LEVEL RECTANGULAR ALLOTMENT, having a frontage of approx. 48ft Gjn by 115 ft deep. 7—PONSONBY, THREE LAMPS, close to Jervois Road, No. 12, Redmond Street—COTTAGE oi I 5 rooms, bathroom and verandah. FREEHOLD 1 SECTION, 33ft x 101 ft. Subject to tenancy. ■ 3— BIRKENHEAD, corner Haurakl (main) Street and Rugby Road— (a) SUBSTANTIAL TWOSTOREY BLOCK OF THREE (3) .SHOPS, each with living rooms above and ut rear. Each shop has its own yard and brick outbuilding provides .1 washhouse. store and w.c. LOT 5. GREAT CORNER FREEHOLD. 56ft 9Jn to Haurakl Street, by approx. 246 ft to Rugby Road, (b) LOT 4. adjoining the above. '.-RICK COTTAGE of 4 rooms, office and attic loom, iron roof. The Section has sGft Sin frontage to Hauraki .Street by a depth of about 231 ft. Great elevation, with extensive harbour viows. a—NORTHCOTE, corner ot Queen (main) Street' and Vincent Road, opposite Boroush Council Chambers—WOODEN SINGLE STOREY SHOP (double plateglass), with living rooms at rear Prominent Corner, containing J2.9 perches, with 81ft to Queen Street and about 121 ft to Vincent Road. Present rental 30/ per week. 10—TAKAPUNA, on main Lake Road and next to corner of Jutland Road—TWO SPLENDID FREEHOLD Business or Residential Sites: (a) 90FT to Main Lake Road by "Oft deep on west, 113 ft on east side, and 80ft wide at rear. A great site, (b) RECTANGULAR LOT, with approx. 60ft frontage to Jutland Road by 140 ft deep, on which are a small Corrugated Iron Shop, occupied by saw doctor; a substantial wood and Iron Shed and Stable at I rear of section. Note: The small Iron shop does not go with this section. 11—DEVONPORT. corner ot Vauxhall Road and Church Street—PROMINENT CORNER, containing one of the older type of wooden shops. Irregular Shaped Allotment with approx. 98ft to Vauxhall Road, 36ft across the angle, 64ft frontage to Church Street and J 00ft on back boundary. ALL THE PROPERTIES ARE FLAGGED. NOTE.—This Auction offering of so many choice and attractive Sites is of special Interest to Investors, as all properties present po;sibilities of development. Each occupied property Is to be sold subject to existing tenancies. , Cards to view from Mr. Stace Bennett,. Estate Agent. O'Connell Street, or from the Auctioneers O. F. BENNETT, LTD.. Queen Street. :8 FRIDAY, 10TH AUGUST, 1945, AT 12 NOON. At Their Auction Rooms, corner of Queen and Shortland Streets, Auckland. C. F. BENNETT, LTD., Acting on the favoured instructions of THE GUARDIAN TRUST AND EXECUTORS COMPANY OF N.Z., LTD., the Agent for the Administrator in the Estate of E. T. Taylor (deceased), will offer by Public Auction, Nos. 586 to 594, NEW NORTH ROAD, on main ;ram route, almost opposite Mt. Albert Borough Council Chambers, and in the business area of vlorningside. BLOCK OF FOUR ATTRACTIVE BRiCK SHOPS, md at the back of two of the shops are 4 living ooms, bathroom, etc. In the basement area is a ;elf-comained flat of 5 rooms, bathroom, etc. THE LAND IS FREEHOLD, containing some .7 perches, more or less, with a frontage of ipprox. 66FT TO NEW NORTH ROAD, by irregular lepth of some 132 ft, and the back line of some ft adjoints the railway area These premises are occupied by first class tenants .nd returning £331 per annum. They offer a SOUND INVESTMENT. NOTE.—lnspsctions only by cards to view from he Auctioneers, and the property is offered subject o existing tenancies. • C. F. BENNETT. L T D.,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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