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Monday, August 13, 1945

. _AMUSEMEXTS 1 IIQXY J LAST = NIGHTS |~ROXY~| Direction: Amaleamated Theatres. Ltd" SESSIONS CONTINUOUS: 11 - 2 — 5 _ 8. 2 — THRILL FEATURES — '-?°- '..' BELA LUGOSI - LIONEL ATWILL, In "NIGHT MONSTER" , and Most J_N°j_Ll BASIL RATHBONE - NIGEL BRUCE In "SPIDER WOMAN" Recommended by Censor tor Adulis, A V 6~N ~j SPECIAL! G rc a, r ' n Nor,.h ol Rα. TO-NIGHT * TUESDAY * PonFonby Rd. ! At r3O — _! Phone 27-071 ANNA NEAGLE — RICHARD GREENE "YELLOW CANARY" A; JOHN WAYNE — ELLA RAINES "TALL IN THE SADDLE" Both Approved for universal Exhibition. KTATTT , DEVONPORT. Phone 70-101 The Story of Carrier X. It's a Ship wiui Wings: Men with Guts! A Ship with a Mission, and Men iu the Mood! DON AMECHE — DANA ANDREWS SIR CEDRIC HARDWICKE In a Story ol Glory . . . * "WING AND A PRAYER" * KENT SMITH — BONITA GRANVILLE * "YOUTH RUNS WILD" ST , ATW ONEHUNGA. Phone 54-344 aiiiiji, nnaUj To . nlght at 745 GEORGE PORMBY in his Latest Riot . . . * "BELL-BOTTOM GEORGE" & JEANNE CRAIN — FRANK LATIMER f "In the Meantime, Darling"

P'RT'Wr'TrQQ DOMINION RD. Ph. 61-439 rmiNL/Hibb Finally To . night at 745 ROGER LIVESEY — ANTON WALBROOK DEBORAH KSRR. • The Life and Death of BLIMP" T?TTPAT ponsonby rd. ph. 26-940 F;nally To . nlght at 745 ERRCL FLYNN — ANN SHERIDAN t "EDGE OF DARKNESS" WILLIE BEST — JULIE BISHOP t "HIDDEN HAND" & N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. AFITTT PTTT Richmond av. Ph. 27-235 AJJHi.L.e.H.I Finai!y To . night at 730 PAUL HENREID — INGRID BERGMAN f " CASABLANCA " & DENNIS DAT — ANN SHIRLEY * "MUSIC IN MANHATTAN" t Denotes Recommended by Censor lor Adults. * Denotes Approved for Universal Exhibition. TENDERS BOBSING CONSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT. Tenders, closing at the office of the Housing Construction Department, Auckland, at I p.m. on the dates shown, are Invited for the undermentioned works. Tenders must be lodged in sealed envelopes marked "Tenders for Contract No. ," and separate tenders must be lodged for each contract. ROADING, DRAINAGE AND WATER RETICULATION. NEW LYNN. Closing date August 27, 1945. Contract 27/17/1330—5 chains (approx.) of Roading, 483 ft of Din Drains, 518 ft of 61n Drains, and 5 chains (approx.) of 4in Water Mains with Auxiliary Mains and Fittings, on the Davis Block. SANITARY SEWER—PT. CHEVALIER. Closing date August 27, 1945. Contract 27/17/1269/I—3Bft of 12in, 750 ft of 9in, and 943 ft at 61n Sewer on the Parkdale Estate. HOUSE DRAINAGE. Closing date MONDAY. August 20, 1945. Contract 11/800, 6 units; Contract 11/860, 5 units' all at Onehunga. SINGLE CONCRETE TOOLSHEDS. Closing date MONDAY, August 20. 1945 Contract 11/820, 629, 633, 641-2, 647. 674, 691. 638, , 710-11, 715-17, 731-2 and 753—71 Sheds at Orakel. TRELLIS AND TYPE J FENCING. Closing date MONDAY, August 20, 1945. Contract 11/744, 767, 871, 805-6, 908, 918, Avortdale; 11/538. 672, 683. 644, 793, 804, 811, Pt. Chevalier; 11/459, 719, 743, 825-6, 853-5, 875. New Lynn—loß units. Contract 11/648, 656, 847, Grey Lynn; 11/579, 655, Westmere; 11/560, Ponsonby—39 units. Plans, etc., axe available at the office of the Housing Construction Department. Payfcel's BuUdlns, Anzao Avenue, Auckland. 13 SURPLUS WAR ASSETS FOB SALE

The War Assets Realisation Board, Defence Sex-vices Building, Bunny Street, Wellington (Postal address P.O. Box 5080, Lamb ton Quay), invites otters lor:— RADIO COMPONENTS: Condensers, potentiometers, resistors and chokes. In small quantities. Located in Auckland district. Offers for complete holding required. POLES—N.Z. GROWN LARCH AND DOUGLAS FIR: (Quantity 12a), 50 feet and 70 feet lengths. Located at Auckland. Kaltaia, Tauranga, Blenheim. Palmerstau North, New Plymouth and Chris tchurch. FLY SWATS: (Quantity 1000). Located at Weliineton. Offers for lots of not less than 100 TRUCKS STEEL: (Quantity 39). Used for carryice traps for medicinal plant drug drier. Located at Hastings. BRASS CARTRIDGE CASES. EXPENDED: Assorted calibres from .5 to 37 m.m. Stocks held districts"* 18 " 3 ' Wellington and Christchurcti PACKING CASES, WOODEN: (Quantity 200). Various sizes, mostly under 2ft x lft 61n. Located at Ardmore, Auckland. Offers close with Board's Secretary, to whom toey should be addressed in envelopes marked "Offer for —," at noon on MONDAY, August 27. Further particulars and conditions of sale obtainable from Board's Wellington Ofllco. offices of Board s District ExecuHve Officers. Dilworth Bide Queen St.. Auckland, and Old- Art Gallery Bid!.',' Durham St.. Christchurch. and also at District Storekeeper's Office. Public Works Dept., Dunedin and Napier. : j3 CITY OF AUCKLAND. R|PAIRAND SEALING OF PATHS AND DRIVES WAIKUMETE CEMETERY. WESTER SPRING'S STADIUM, AND VARIOUS CITY PARKS. I Tenders will be received at the Office of the ! Town Clers. Town Hall, Auckland, up to i p.m. ! 011 WEDNESDAY, Au eust 29- IMS, for the Repair and Seallns of Paths and Drives at— (a) Auckland Zoological Park. (b) Waikumete Cemetery (c) Western Sprinir.-, stadium. (d) Various City Parks. -pi^P les of specifications and plans and forms of ESSP may be obtained at the Office of tile Stores Purchasing Officer. Town Hall, Auckland. accepted! 01766 '' Or any Ten< Jer not necessarily .„ T. W. M. ASHBY, £Z Town Clerk. C J X Y OF AUCKLAND. SUPPLY OF FILLING. SfX£ ta p,?S?h W i 11 ' "^ received at the Office of the w? to s SS 1 Town Hall - Auckland, up to 10 a.m. on FRIDAY. Aumist 24 1945 fnr S,b! C S v PPI ? and ot "wroxtaately •zloo Cubic Yards or portions of that quantity of Clay. Soil or other approved filling to specification and cono-itions. a copy of which, together with quota? n storTs S PuTc^asu^ 0 o b n?ce n r ee " the ° mces ° f Jxepte&T"** ° r aDy quotatl<>,l not necessarily ~, T. W. M. ASHBY. — Town dork. LIGHT E.K S POK SALE. Sealed Tenders, marked "Tender for Lichtera ■• 5R %&'V' I % D i ep g t.. Q w% ln^g' and - and Hcad Offlce - "jtf; : MONEY TO LEND COMMERCIAL Loan and Finance Co.. Ltd.—Loans on Pianos, Furniture, Sewing Machines, Life rfron^il-^™ , etc — Sly ' B Buildings. Symonds St. NrWTON LOAN AGENCY Makes Advances on all securities without removal).—B3, Karangahape Rd ' (upstairs), corner Karangahape Rd. and Liverpool St. Phone 48-677. MX ' KOSAL FINANCE CO. Lends Money an Furniture" Radios, Sewing Machines, etc., without removal.— 1 Royal Exchange Building. 10. O'Connell St. N ABOUT ADVANCES—To Ladles and Oentlemen In good employment on P.N.'s and Any Class of Security Without Removal. < MRS. WILD, 122. VICTORIA ARCADE. ,-' Corner Queen and Shortland Streets. Phone 45-185. MT • ADVANCES, LIMITED. I IMMEDIATE LOANS I On Furniture. Pianos, Sewing Machines. Motor i Cars, Insurance Policies, Wills, f,c, £ Also Without Security. . - 122, VICTORIA ARCADE. H Corner Queen and Shortland Sts. Ph. 45-185. MT ? COLONIAL FINANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. S Tabernacle Building. Karancahcpe Road. B IMMEDIATE ADVANCES ? WITHOUT AND UPON ANY SECURITY. § .__• . M 3 £ PERSONAL LOAN OOMPANX. 'i On Purnitnre, Pianos, Machines. Life Policies. N i Dairy istock. etc.. without removal LENDS MONEY IMMEDIATELY. ' C 11-J. PAOtFIO BUILDING. WELLBSLEY STREET ; Phone 44-631. ij LEADERS LOAN AND FINANCE LIMIT En IMMEDIATE CASH LOANS, " BUTED - I (Without Removal ot Securltvl \ On Pormture. j LEADERS LOAN AND FINANCE. LIMITED. 63, KAianEahape Rd. (by Tivoll Tram Zone) . ' - - Phone 49-473. g; '

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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