amusements KURR-S — LAST 2 DAYS. CENTURY |||i^ Queen Street - Phone 42-169. Direction. Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Central Heating — Deal Aids. Daily: 11—2—5—8. United Artists Present ANTON CHEKOV'S "SUMMER STORM" " SUMMER STORM " With George Sanders, Linda Darnell, EDW. EVERETT HORTON — ANNA LEE. Plans 31 Theatre and Eegg's. Queen Street. Recommended by Censor lor Adults. You May Reserve Now. Plans at Theatre, 9 a.m.-7p.m. Begg's Daily. * BOOK EARLY —WHY WAIT TILL THE LAST. FRIDAY NEXT— An Event of the Turf You Will Not Regret or Forget. In Glorious Technicolour. Another 20th Century - Fox Winner. "Thunderhead —Son Of Flicka" "Thunderhead —Son Of Flicka" "Thunderhead—Son Of Flicka" "Thunderhead —Son Of Flicka" Successor to "My Friend Flicka" WITH FIVE OF THE SAME CAST, including Roddy McDowall Preston Foster, Rita Johnson Approved tor Universal Exhibition. TTc T o~ r y GREEN LANE Phone 16-647 To-night and Thurs. at 8. Mr. and Mrs. Soldier — This Is Your Love Story! Tender — Lovable — Gay. LEE BOWMAN — JEAN ARTHUR CHARLES COBURN In the Hilarious Romance . . . "THE IMPATIENT YEARS" Recommended by Censor for Adults. CRYSTAL PALACE MOUNT EDEN. Phone 60-573 FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 7,45 A Lone Wolf with Triple Trouble . . . All Women! This mysterious stranger makes no secret of his contempt for women . . . but when a woman takes a shot at him . John Wayne — Ella Raines in the Great Outdoor Romance "TALL IN THE SADDLE" Approved tor Universal Exhibition. Tvtti T TTYTP mt - albert. Phone 36-204 Uih Li U -A.XLI finally To-night at 7.45 Sor.la Henle. "WINTERTIME" Approved lor Universal ExhiDition. And N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. T> T? OTT XT I"* EPSOM. Phone 60-142 Xvi-JVJr£jlN 1 Finally To-night at 7.45 Louis Hayward JOAN BENNETT — GEORGE SANDERS "SON OF MONTE CRISTO" Approved tor Universal Exhlbiticn. THE AUCKLAND CO-OPERATIVE TERMINATING BUILDING SOCIETY l S in hC b e e by hfM en a t th the Auckland. 11 & S i^Y WC 2lt.r^u^t e . S«5. at 7.15 p.m., when Appropriations as under will be allotted. BALLOT of £400 —In Group 42 BALLOTS of £tsoo Each—ln Groups 64, 67. 68, BALLOT 6 oi' £600 Each—ln Groups J O9 ' 111 - SALES of £400 Each—ln Groups 41, 45, 46. SALES of' £800 Each—ln Groups 70, 72, 73. 74, SALES of £600 Each—ln Groups 101, 103, 104, 105, 112, 114. TOTAL £17,200. N ? T b E i August 27 which under Rule 95, is the Last Day on which Shareholders can make Uielr "Financial" dharenolacrswlUassist by making their payments early in the month. THE AUCKLAND CO-OPERATIVE TERMINATING BUILDING SOCIETY V. WILLIAMSON, Sec. P.O. Box 578 Phone 41-162. g . meetings THE DOOR OF HOPE ASSOCIATION (Inc.). Notice is hereby given that the 49th Annual General Meeting of the above Association will be held a't SALEM HOUSE, Cook Street West. Auckland. on THURSDAY. August 9. 1945, at 2.15 p.m Business- (1) To receive the Annual Reports and C 194fiY* members of committee; (3) to elect an auditor. . At the conclusion of the business Mr. Robt. A. Laidlaw will address the meeting. A cordial invitation is extended to members and friends of the Association to attend. J. VICTOR MACKY, 8 Hon. Secretary. ECONOMIC SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND BRANCH. A Meeting of the above Society will be held this evening in ROOM 33, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, at 8 p.m. Speaker: MR. H. R. RODWELL. M.A. Subject: "Economics of the South-w.est Pacific. J. A. DAVISON, 8 Hon. Secretary. THE NEW ZEALAND WOMEN'S FOOD VALUE LEAGUE (Inc.). Notice is hereby given that a Special General Meeting of Members will" be held in the FABIAN CLUB ROOMS, Queen Street, Auckland, on AUGUST 22, 1945, at 7.30 p.m. Business: To amend the rules of the League to raise the amount of the subscription to 5, per annum, and to provide for liie and honorary life membership—no proxy ,voting. W. M. GOOD, g Hon. Secretary. AUCKLAND WEST EX-SERVICEMEN'S CLUB General Meeting will be held in HAYNES' HALL, Hobson Street, THURSDAY, August 9, 8 p.m. Business: Enrol new members; discuss social events; general. Special Invitation to 2nd N.Z.E.F. Men. S. DEVON. 8 Hon. Secretary. ORPHAN HOME, P A T A T O E T O E. ANNUAL MEETING. The Annual Meeting of the Orphan Home will be held at the DIOOLSAN OFFICii, 40, Shortland Street, Auckland, on TUESDAY. August 14. at 4 p.m. All who arc interested in the work of the Home are cordially invited to attend. :1 1 J. J. LAWS, Chairman. THE AMALGAMATED APARTMENT AND BOARDING HOUSE rROI'itIETOKS' ASS.N. The above Association will hold its next Meeting in the CARPENTERS' UNION HALL. Union Bank Building, Karangahape Koad, on THURSDAY, August 16. All Intending Members Cordially Invited. 8 . H. BURROWS, Hon. Sec. i'LBLK NOTICES FERTILISER RATIONING, 1945-46. Under the Fertiliser Control Older, 1945. an oddoitunity Is afforded Farmers to make application for an allocation of Fertilisers lor their property under the following headings:— A Those farmers who have no* appealed on any previous occasion. B Those farmers who can produce documentary evidence to the effect that they have brought In out ol VIRGIN country during the last ration period areas which have been sown down in new grass. Applications under., the above headings will be received by the Appeals Committee up to ana including August 15. 1945. Application forms available lroyi the Secretary. Auckland District Council of Primary Production. P.O. Box 787. Auckland. First Floor. Dalgety s Building. 41. Albert Street. W. ALEXANDER. ;11 Secretary. AUCKLAND GOODS DISTRICT Increase on Schedule Rates Due to Wage Increase? Awarded by the Arbitration Court. It is announced to the General Public following on the decision of the Goods Services Charges Tribunal that all schedule rates are increased as from August 1. 1945. by 5 per cent. AUCKLAND GOODS TRANSPORT CONTROL COMMITTEE. E. J. PRICE. 8 Secretary. A. J. PARK AN D SON, PATENT AND TRADE MARK ATTORNEYS. National Bank Building. Shortland Street. P. H. HAY (Pel.. Inc. Inst.. P.A.). * Reg. Patent Attorney. Managing Partner. INFORMATION BOOK FREE ON APPLICATION. WS
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