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AMUSHMKNTS FOUR SESSIONS EVERY DAY \ 111 PLAZA m / / QUEEN STREET == \ / | I Phone 41-586. =|j| \ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. 20th Century-Fox Films present GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS With Monty Woolley Roddy' McDowall IN HER LATEST PICTURE "MOLLY AND ME" "MOLLY AND ME" "MOLLY AND ME" Roaring: with Fun Glorious with Songs SPECIAL SUPPORTS INCLUDE Latest Air Mail lJTews from Everywhere. PLANS AT THEATRE AND YEGG'S. Approved lor Universal Exhibition. It's Coming — England's Masterpiece, Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED" OXFORD |_| TTVOLI OXFORD & TIVOLI QUEEN ST. | | Near GraftOD Opp. C.P.O. Bridge. Phone 42-274. | | Phone 44-138. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 8. DICK POWELL CLAIRE TREVOR ANNE SHIRLEY In the Thrill-Paeked Murder Mystery: "MURDER, MY SWEET" Recommended by Censor tor Addlts and Unsuitable for Children. To-morrow (Thursday): Gay, Sparkling, Diverting Entertainment. Tuneful Songs — Melodious Music — Exciting Dances. United Artists Present JANE POWELL MARTIN GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA RALPH BELLAMY — CONSTANCE MOORE ARTHUR TREACHER In Charles B. Rogers' Greatest Musical Hit. " Delightfully Dangerous " I Approved lor Universal Exhibition. See Special Advt. Below. RIA L T 0 NEWMARKET. Phone 20-809 FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 7 # 45 "What Shall I Do With My Nameless Baby?" Shocking—Sensational—True! OSA MASSEN — LLOYD BRIDGES In the Super Shock Sensation of the Screen. A Daring Picture Fearlessly Produced by the Makers of "Hitler's Children" " THE MASTER RACE " Recommended by Qensor for Adults Only. INDOOR SPORTS BOXING TOWN HALL — MONDAY Auckland Boxing Association's Tenth Carnival. Splendid Varied Programme of TWELVE AMATEUR BOUTS And a PROFESSIONAL MIDDLE-WEIGHT FIGHT: • ERIC SCOTTY O'NEILL v. McLEOD Six Three-minute Rounds. O'Neill defeated Kitchen recently at the Town Hall, while McLeod, who is making his professional debut, is the hardest-hitting amateur for many years. There should be plenty of thrills. The programme will be as follows:— SIX AMATEUR BOUTS. PROFESSIONAL CONTEST. SIX AMATEUR BOUTS. The standard of amateurs has never been higher and a great night's sport is in prospect. ADMISSION:* 'stage. 11/; Special Circle, 5/7; Circle. 4/6; Ringside Seats, 4/6; Stalls, 3/4; Gallery, 2/3. Prices include tax. Box Plan opens at Watts' Sports Depot, Exchange Lane, To-morrow (Thursday), at 8 a.m. LECTURES TO-NIGHT — PACIFIC BLDG., ROOM 200. Illustrated Lecture — "MORE ABOUT JAPAN." Beautifully coloured Slides, additional to those shown at Town Hall Concert Chamber. Lecturer: E. W. FRANCIS, Author-Lecturer. * Collection Only. 8 MOTOR SERVICES WHITE STAR SERVICES. EDWARDS MOTORS. LTD. MORRINSVILLE - TE AROHA - MATAMATA (via Tahuna) Depart Auckland 3 p.m. for Morrinsville, Te Aroha, Matamata— Monday to Saturday. Also: Depart Auckland 9.30 a.m. for Morrinsville. Te Aroha— Friday. Saturday. Monday. Depart Auckland 6 p.m. for Morrinsville. Te Aroha. Matamata—Sundays. Passenger free luggage now limited to 301b. Please board bus five minutes before departure time. Cookings: WHITE STAR OFFICE, Municipal Bus Terminal. Phone 41-963. WS AUCKLAND - WAIHI AUCKLAND - WAIHI BUSES DEPART AUCKLAND BUS TERMINAL for Hauraki Plains. Paeroa, Waihi. 10 a.m.. 3 p.m.; Sunday, 6 p.m. Fares: Paeroa 13/6, Waihi 16/. DEPART WAIHI for Auckland. 8 a.m.. 2 p.m., Sunday, 4.45 p.m. Reserve Seats at least. £4 hours before departure. Free luggage limited to one packet of 301b. TRANSPORT LIMITED. Phone 41-963. WS FOIt HIKE RENTAL CARS —Car Hire. Ltd., Newmarket; Business Houses a specialty.—2, Great South RH. Phone 17-186. M4_ BOTTLE JACKS, Timber Jacks, Extension Ladders. —Sam White, Fanshawe St., 44-708. U FANCY COSTUMES, Evening Frocks. Bridal Gowns, Veils, Evening and Serge Suits. Catalog!"* 2d.—Desirec, 310, Dilworth Bldg. 42-491. U RENTAL CARS, late models and sizes.—ll, Nuge::t St.. Khyber Pass. Phone 48-541. U ■ ! SINGER SEWING MACHINES RENTED, | 7/6 WEEK. I Quotations given for Repairs. Buttonhole and Hemstitching. Orders promptly attended to SINGER SEWING CO. (Inc. in U.S.A.). A

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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