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AMUSEMJKKTS I ATTEND THE MATINEES \ a plaza a / / =; QUEEN STREET SEE \ / ~ ~ Phone 41-586. ;== \ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Daily: II a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. 20th Century-Fox Films present GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS I Monty Woolley Roddy McDowall In Her Latest Film . . . "MOLLY AND ME" "MOLLY AND ME" Including 6 New Gracic Fields Sons Hits. PLANS AT THEATRE AND BEOG'S. Approved for Universal Exhibition. It's Coming — England's Masterpierc, Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED" ; "oxforeTlPtivoli I OXFORD '& TIVOLI ! I QUEEN ST. . Near Crafton I Opp. c.P.O. I Bridge. Phone 42-274. j Phone 44-13 S. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Oxford Sessions: 11, 2, 5 & 8. Tivoli: Nightly at 8. JANE POWELL Martin Gould & His Orchestra, RALPH BELLAMY - CONSTANCE MOORE ARTHUR TREACHER In Charles B. Rogers' Greatest Musical Hit, " Delightfully Dangerous " " Delightfully Dangerous " Approved for Universal E.\hibltion. mini FRIDAY NEXTWALT DISNEY'S Greatest Feature. "Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs" || ■ RIA LT O NEWMARKET. Phone JO-809 I j FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT fj Laughs! Tunes! Technicolour! ALICE FAYE — PHIL BAKER CARMEN MIRANDA — ED. EV. HORTON BENNY GOODMAN. CHARI-OTIE GREENWOOD, " GIRLS HE LEFT BEHIND " & DENNIS O'KEEFE — SIMONE SIMON

"TAHITI HONEY" Both Aporoved tor Universal Exhibition. MPETER PANg TO-NIGHT — 8 p.m. - Midnight — TO-NIGHT Miitic 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. 48-771. OPEN NIGHTLY. Intoxicants Strictly Prohibited. AUCTIONS RICHARD ARTHUR, LTD., & RAYMOND EDEK, 191, Queen Street, next Power Board Building, Will Sell TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), AT 11 O'CLOCK, ' OAK BEDROOM SUITE. 3-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE, upholstered Tapestry. RIMU SIDEBOARD, R. Drawleaf Table. 4 B. Chairs, Oak Sideboard, mirror and leadllght top. Oval Elmu Table, Rlmu Table and 4 Chairs, Uph. Chesterfield Lounge, Occ. Tables, Uph. Easy Chairs, Wilton Carpet, 13ft 6tn X lift 31n: WALNUT SIDEBOARD with Large Mirror Beck. 2 Walnut Frame Easy Chairs, D.S. Sideboard, D.S. Rlmu Settee ana Squab, Hall Seat, 3-plece Chesterfield Suite, loose covers; Pictures, Pire Screen, D.S. Sideboard. HOOVER VACUUM CLEANER. Lambswool H. Rugs, Hallstand, OAK WARDROBE, M(rror Door; Gent's Rimu Wardrobe, D. Rlmu Bed and Wire, Rimu Comb. Chest, S. D.S. Bed and Wire, S. Mattress, Chest Drawers, 3ft 61n Bed and Wire, Green En. Comb'. Chest. 4 Barbers' or Ha!rdress9rs' Chairs, 4 Side Chairs, Occ. Tables, Lino., Lawnmower, Pushchair, Boy's Bike, Crockery and K. Sundries, Child's Cot, 4 only 30ln Holland Blinds. IVAN 't. PRANCHI, Auctloneerand Valuer. 13 BICHA&D ARTHUR, LTD., & RAYMOND EDER. Will Offer by Auction, at their Salerooms, 191, QUEEN STREET. MONDAY, AUGUST 20, AT 11 A.M., THE FOLLOWING CITY PROPERTIES. (1) 80, WELLINGTON STREET: HOUSE OF THREE STOREYS. containing 36 rooms and conveniences. Leased at £5 per week. Lessee pays rates. Lease expires December 21. 1946. Section, containing 12.3 perches, being portion ol Allots. 19 and 20 of Section 47. Town of Auckland, C.T. <54/25. (Limited as to parcels.) Sale subject to existing tenancy. j (2) 109, WELLESLEY STREET WEST: HOUSE OP TWO STOREYS, containing 8 rooms and conveniences. Leased at 32/6 pci -xeck. Lessee pays rates. Lease expires October Iβ. 1948. Section, containing 9.4 perches, being portion of Allot. 17. Section 24, Town of Auckland. C.T. 537/121. (Limited as to parcels.) Mortgage securing £330 to Auckland Savings Bank. Sale subject to existing tenancy. SQUIRREL L AND CO. WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THEIR SALEROOMS, 54, KIGH STREET,

, TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) AT II A.M. ' 1 AMMONIA REFRIGERATOR UNIT With 1 H.P. A.C. MOTOR (good order); 1 Electric Hot Water Cylinder, starkie Hot Water Cylinder: 1 . Gas Heating Unit, suitable for clubrooms; I-β h.p. ' D.C. Single Phase Motor. Cloth Guillotine. 1 i Mitra Cutter. 1 Knapsack Spray Pump, Set Pipe ' Stocks and Dies, >/i!n to lin: Large Assortment ■ Mechanics' Hand Tools. Reliance Power Mincing ! . Machine. Domestic Hot Water Incinerator, 1 Tool • : Chest (fitted with drawers). Garden Tools. Lawn- ": mower. Separator. 3 Bennine Lanterns, Set Kauri Washtubs, lort Canvas Canoe. ' OAK, RIMU AND P.K. COMB. CHESTS. Chests Drawers. Cots. Beds and Wires. Dressing Tables, Pedestal Cupboards, Bedside Tables. SIDEBOARDS. Dining Table, Dlnins Chairs. ; Easy Chairs, Tea Wagon, Pictures, Portable ' Gramophone, 9 x 0 Matting Square. Crockery. Kallstands. Falmstarjds. KITCHEN CUPBOARD. Tables. Chairs. Meat Safe, Pots and Pans. Hiffh Chairs. Pmhchelrs. Plato Rack, Fairy Carpet Sweeper. 2 Gallon. Cream Paint, (Suantity Ladles' Clothing, and General Household Sundries. TERMS CASH. FRED ZIBGLER. AUCTIONEER AND VALUER. 13 I J. JONES, .LTD.. AUCTIONEERS, CITY MARKETS, Will Sell By Auction, TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), AT Iβ A.M., POULTRY POULTRY. ROO3TERS, HENS, DUCKS, COCKERELS. 50 CROSSBRED PULLETS. In Full Lay. BACON, FARM PRODUCE, GROCERIES, ETC. J. JONES, LTD., CITY MARKETS. 13 TURNERS & GROWERS, LT D. AUCTIONS COMMENCE: . 8 A.M.—FP.ESH VEGETABLES (Daily). FRESH FRUIT (Dally). 9 A M.—FRESH CUT FLOWERS (Tuesday and Friday). 10 A.M.—FRESH OUT FLOWERS (Monday and Thursday). 10 A.M.—POULTRY (Tuesday and Friday). 12 NOON —CARS AND TRUCKS. Each WiSlnKday. LARGEST SALES IN NEW ZEALAND. :16 ART U.MONS MVTER MISERICORDIAE HOSPITAL AUXILIARY SERVICE GUILD. . WINNING NOS.: FIRST PRIZE—4I667, G. LEWIS, 48, Richmond Rd., Ponsonby. SECOND PRIZE—S3343, P. C. O'LEARY, 18, Torrance St.. Epsom. THIRD PRIZE—3794O, J. ALLEN. 11 Wall St., Penrose. FOURTH PRIZE—S9BIS, Mrs. Filling. Eden Hall Flats. J. 3 WANTED KNOWN ACHING FEET, Painful Corns, Fallen Arches; relief guaranteed.—Mervyn Adams, Specialists, 328. Queen_Bt i j_opp. _Atwaters. _Fhone 48-705. MS BAIXANTYNE'S - Beauty Shop. 138. Symonds St.— wella Non-electric Eugene PennanentJgaylng._MS BINNEY AND WALKEB. Public Typistes, Duplicating Specialists.—3l2. Victoria Arcade. MS GOUK AND SULLIVAN Rewind A.C D.C. Motors. 79. WeJlesley St. West. Phone 43-438. MS HERBAL MIXTURES—W. T. Armltage. Mackay's Dispensary, Wellesley St._East. MS NICHOLAS AND WIMLEY—Nickel. Silver. Bronze: guaranteed.—6B. Albert St. MS RALPH'S Reliable Remedies. — Ralph Sanf t. Chemist, 137. Symonds St.. Auckland. C.3. M SAWS and Machinery Knives, Repairs, Brazing, Setting, Sharpening; work guaranteed.—Thomson and Sims, Cook St. MS TRY Vegetarian Cafe. 174, Queen St.. for Better Meals. Steamed Vegetables, Salads. MS COMBAT PILES. ZANN gives Immediate and safe relief. For generous trial treatment send 9d stamps. ZAMN PTY.. Box 952 AS (B. M. Applcton, 154, Featherston St.). Wellington. RMS t**.£ t>. ,8 . 58 5- ai - G «* street, welllneton. Local Ji ep y Nuras Vaner Wallace. 12. st Kevin's Arcade. Karangahape Rd.. 'Auckland. RG

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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