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AMUSEMENTS 2 Spine-tingiing Thrillers COMMENCING TO-NIGHT 0 a f AVON \ N I Comer ot I \ Gt. North Rd. / ■pv \ & Ponsonby Rd. J \ To-night at / X >e 7?3o/ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. Legless Torso that Walked! Fleshless Hands that Killed! "NIGHT MONSTER" "NIGHT MONSTER" . Creeping Terror . . . A NAMELESS THTNG OF THE NIGHT STALKING THE lIALLS OF A DEATH-CURSED HOUSE! "NIGHT MONSTER" "NIGHT MONSTER" UNEARTHLY HOUND OF HORROR With BELA LUGOSI — LIONEL ATWILL RALPH MORGAN — IRENE HERVEY Recommended bv Censor for Adults and Most Unsuitable for Children. * * No. 2 — SPINE CHILLER — No. 2 No. 2 — SPINE CHILLER — No. 2 TRAPPED IN THE DEADLY WEBB OF A SILKEN KILLER 1 "SPIDER WOMAN" MISTRESS OF MURDER! "SPIDER WOMAN" "SPIDER WOMAN" With BASIL RATHBONE — NIGEL BRUCE GALE SONDERGAARD As the Spider Woman. Recommended by Censor for Adults. orT l A rrirTi DEVONPORT. Phone 10-101 blAlfil Finally To-night at 7-30 Every House Has Its Secrets .. . And This House Has More Than One! 78 Stars — 78 Stars Including: BRIAN AHERNE — ROBERT RAY MILLAND — MERLE OBEMN CHARLES LAUGHTON — IDA LUPINU In the Picture with the £100,000 Cast. • "FOREVER AND A DAY" OrPATT? ONEHUNGA. Phone 54-344 ol AliJ Finally To-night at 7.45 TAMARA TOUMANOVA — GREGORY PECK t "DAYS OF GLORY" & JAMES MASON — TOM WALLS + "THEY MET IN THE DARK" nDTMPTTQQ DOMINION RD. Ph. 61-439 JrXtllN Fi na iiy To-night at 7.45 SABU. MARIA MONTEZ. JON HALL (Col.) "WHITE SAVAGE" And ABBOTT & CCSTELLO • "RIDE 'EM, COWBOY" & N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. ■DTTT'AT PONSONBY RD. Ph. 26-940 To-night & Thurs. at 7.45 JEAN GABIN — JULIEN DUVIVIER t "THE IMPOSTOR" & MARTHA O'DRISCOLL — NOAH BEERY. JR. • "ALLERGIC TO LOVE" A T"%T7IT OXJT RICHMOND AV. Ph. 27-235 iiJJJlFinally To-night at 7.30 GEORGE RAFT — PAT O'BRIEN t " BROADWAY " & LEON ERROL — HARRIET HILLIARD " "GALS, INCORPORATED" t Denotes Recommended by Censor for Adults. • Denotes Approved for Universal Exhibition. GUI PETER PAN Bp TO-NIGHT — 8 p.m. - Midnight — TO-NIGHT Music Devoted to Swing and Styled by a Band of Talented Artists. At N.Z.'S PRE-EMINENT CABARET. Ladies 1/6. Gentlemen 2/6. Reserves Tel. 48-777. OPEN NIGHTLY. Intoxicants Strictly Prohibited. EDUCATIONAL PLAN YODR FUTURE Don't leave your future to chance — a successful' career is the foundation of a happy and prosperous future. So start planning now for your success in the business world by becoming a qualified Accountant. By enrolling with Hemingway's. New Zealand's most successful Accountancy Coaches, you can be sure of qualifying in the shortest possible time and so' be ready to accept a more lucrative appointment with better prospects of promotion. Let Hemingway's make your pass a certainty. Write To-day for free book, "Accountancy.V to: HEMINGWAY'S CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS. P.O. Box 516, Auckland. B BRAIN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, LIMITED. It Is Advisable To ENROL NOW For Earliest Possible Entry. ' TERM STARTS FROM DATE OF ENTRY. 612, N.Z. INSURANCE BUILDING. AUCKLAND. Phone 48-288 / - K, ' WS SPECIALISED VOCATIONAL TUtTION In SHORTHAND (Pitman and Gregg's) TYPING (Rhythmic Touch). BOOKKEEPING. BUSINESS ENGLISH. . DRESSMAKING. PATTERN DESIGNING, ETC. DRULEIGH COLLEGE. 3rd, 4th and sth Floors. HORNE'S BUILDING, Vulcan Lane. WS

WOMEN FOR PACKING WORK WOMEN FOR PACKING WORK ! i WAGES: £3 10/9 for 40-hour week (Monday to Friday inclusive). OVERTIME: Saturday work will be available if desired. Wages for 48 hours total £4 15/. NATURE OF WORK: Packing bottles and jars such as medicine bottles, preserving and jam jars, milk bottles, etc., into corrugated cardboard containers. HOURS: 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Working conditions are excellent and duties are of a light nature. II II Apply personally to NEW ZEALAND GLASS MANUFACTURERS CO. PTY., LTD., Great South Road, Penrose, 5.E.6.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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