| __ - AMUr/EM£NTB _ FINALLY TO-NIGHT Sessions: 4.45, 7.45 p.m. GAIL PATRICK — NANCY KELLY "WOMEN IN BONDAGE" Also, LON CHANEY in "THE FROZEN GHOST" Both Recommended More for Adults. 11111111111 l FOLLEB-S lliiililllll MAJESTIC THEATRE Destined to Become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch for Later Announcements. HIHIIIIIIII Phone 43-210 111 111111111 TO-MORROW — TO-MORROW Sessions: 4.45, 7.45 p.m. M.G.M.'S HILARIOUS HIT! THE TIMELIEST COMEDY OF THE YEAR! NO RATION ON LAUGHTER! NO RATION TO ROMANCE! WALLACE BEERY WALLACE BEERY MARJORIE MAIN In "RATIONING" "RATIONING" "RATIONING" "RATIONING" They've Taken the Ceiling Off Laughter. Also A HEART-WARMING STORY OF THE HOME FRONT ARMY! "THUMBS UP" "THUMBS UP" "THUMBS UP" With BRENDA JOYCE Richard Fraser Elsa Lanchester A Bright. Romantic Comedy Drama! Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. "It's Warm and Cosy" ["Berkeley! Final Screening To-night at Eight. Robert Donat ("Mr. Chips") Valerie Hobson In " ADVENTURES OF TARTU" An Enthralling British Spy Drama. Recommended by Censor for Adults. "Naples is a Battlefield." Cinesound Review, etc. i "It's Warm and Cosy" fCAPITOLJ B A i»", S.S/ 1 Last Night 7.45 Last Nigty 7.45 Marsha Hunt, Alexander Knox in ) " NONE SHALL ESCAPE" A Polished Absorbing Drama. Also Joan Bennett, Milton Bene in " MARGIN FOR ERROR " 1 Clare Booth's Ironical Comedy Drama. Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. 11l ASTOR HI To-night at 7.30 _ :: Variety Session 7.30-8 Jean Pierre Aumont, Gene Kelly in "THE CROSS OF LORRAINE" (Definitely Unsuitable for Children) Donald O'Connor, Peggy Ryan in . " Chip. Off The- Old Block " Ap-proved for Universal Exhibition. DTTT?"DT TPQQ ST - HELIER'S IT Phone 51-000 To-night at 7.45. Double-Feature:. " TWILIGHT ON THE PRAIRIE," starring Leon Errol, Johnny Downs and Vivian Austin. Also " THE INVISIBLE MAN'S REVENGE," starring Jon Hall, Leon Errol, John Carradine and Evelyn Ankers. Also News, etc. Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. | SOUTHERN"ICROSS [ ELLERSLIE. Finally To-night at 7.45. " LOVE ON THE DOLE " Clifford Evans, Deborah Ken " TAMPICO " Edward G. Robinson, Lynn Bart Both Recommended by Censor for Adults MAYFAIR SAN P D ho B ne I B N O.?B 2 HAM Finally To-night at 7.30. Tallulah Bankliead, John Hodiak in '•LIFEBOAT." Recommended for Adults. Also Jimmy Rogers, Noah Beery, Jun., in " CALABOOSE," Universal. HI METROPOLE HI TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT BERT PETERSON'S BAND. Milk Bar Supper Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN. Director. THOUSANDS OF N.Z. YOUTH Have attended the great Youth Rallies that have been held throughout the Dominion during the past six months when REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER Has Addressed Great Youth Gatherings. MR. FLETCHER WILL GIVE A FINAL GREAT CHALLENGE TO N.Z. YOUTH SATURDAY NEXT, AUG. 11 AT 7.30 P.M. IN THE TOWN HALL When he will Speak on An Atomic Bomb For The Devil An Atomic Bomb For The Devil And MRS. CLIFFORD REAY Will Sing. THEN THE GREAT FAREWELL MEETING SUNDAY, 12th AT 3 P.M. Speaking on " A True Detective Story " These are definitely your last opportunities ol hearing THE EMPIRE EVANGELIST Belore liii return to Australia. Great Meetings led by Large Choir under REV. CLIFFORD jSEAY At the Grand Organ Mr. Ray Wilson At the Grand Piano .. Rev. Rex Goldsmith COME TO THE TOWN HALL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. MOUNT ALBERT GRAMMAR SCHOOL ANNUAL CONCERT — TOWN HALL THURSDAY. AUGUST 9 AND 16, At 7.45 p.m. Adults 2/. Children 1/. 9 I'ICMCS AND KXUIHtSIONS THE DEVONPORT STEAM FERRY CO., LTD. WINTER FERRY TIMETABLE. MATIATIA AND ONEROA PASSENGER SERVICE (Weather and other Circumstances Permitting.) Leave Leave Auckland Matiatia Mondays to Thurs. . Launch 9.30 a.m. 3.00 p.m. Fridays Steamer 7.00 a.m. 8.30 a.m. 5.45 p.m. 7.05 p.m. Saturdays 1.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m. Sundays 9.30 a.m. 5.00 p.m. FARES: Over 14 years, 2/6 return, 1/6 single; five to 14 years, Half Fares; under five years. Free. Buses and carriers running through Oneroa to and from Surfdale meet all vessels. All vessels leave from and return to Ferry Building. WAIHEKE CARGO Cargo for Waiheke Island will be received for discharge at Matiatia Bay at any time between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays, and from 8 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. on Fridays at the Ferry Buildings. Moderate freight rates. Charges prepaid, or on monthly account by arrangement with approved firms. Vessel sails 9.30 a.m. Monday to Friday. PHONE 41-346. ;9 MEETINGS A rUBLIC DEBATE Will be Held in the CONCERT CHAMBER, AUCKLAND TOWN HALL, On MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1D45, AT 8 P.M. Subject—"That the Manufacture in New Zealand of Rubber Tyres for Motor Vehicles will be Uneconomic and Unsound." Affirmative: MR. GAINOR JACKSON, representing tlie Bureau of Importers Inc. Negative: MR. W. T. ANDERTON, M.P. for Eden. Chairman: His Worship the Mayor, MR. J. A. C. ALLUM. ADMISSION FREE. No Tickets Will be Issued. 13 PiiOPiassioyAi, SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS THE NEW RAY CLINIC. Ground Floor Yorkshire House, 31. Shortland St Principal: J M. GEORGE. S.R.N British. American purl Continental Modern Scito i.lc Mcil'Pds. 1 PHONE 14-173. u
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