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AMUSEMENTS ATTEND THE MATINEES ...SM PLAZA \m / / T=S QDEEN STREET p== \ • / Phone 41-586. |;= \ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. Dally: 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. 20th Century-Fox Films present GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS Monty Woolley Roddy McDowall In Her Latest Film . . . "MOLLY AND ME" "MOLLY AND ME" Including 6 New Grade Fields j Song Hits. PLANS AT THEATRE AND BEGG'S. Approved for Universal Exhibition. It's Coming — England's Masterpiece, Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED" OXFORD |_| TIVOLI OXFORD & TIVOLI QUEEN ST. ,___ i Near Grafton Opp. C.P.O. Bridge. Phone 42-274. J ■ | Phone 44-136. 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' Musical Hit. " Delightfully Dangerous " Approved lor Universal Exhibition.

FRIDAY NEXT— R.K.0.-Radio Pictures Present The Happiest Picture Ever Made! - The Show Sensation of the Generation! Many Will Now See It For the First Time . . . DON'T YOU ENVY THEM THE THRILL! WALT DISNEY'S Greatest Pull-length Feature In ALL TECHNICOLOUR The Miracle of the Movies ... "SNOW WHITE and "SNOW WHITE and "SNOW WHITE and THE SEVEN DWARFS" THE SEVEN DWARFS" THE SEVEN DWARFS" Approved for Universal Exhibition. T\T? T TTYTP MT. ALBERT. Phone 36-204 UHj IjUAH, To . nlgnt i Wed . at 745 Alan Marshall. "BRIDE BY MISTAKE" Recommended by Censor tor Adults. And Selected Featurettes. RFjOFNT EPSOM. Phone 60-142 XVAJVJX-1.1.VX To-night & Wed. st 7.4S DENIS MORGAN — IRENE MANNING In the All-Technlcolour [ "THE DESERT SONG" Approved for ,'Universal Exhibition. -VICTORY CELEBRATIONS BOROUGH OF -DEVON FOB X VICTORY CELEBRATIONS Immediately following the official announcement of the Cessation of Hostilities with Japan, residents are requested to sound sirens, and bells and display bunting. Bands will render musical programmes In the streets throughout the day and provide music outside the Council Chamber in the evening for dancing on the Square. The Official Ceremony, including reading of Proclamation will be observed on the second day by Service of Thanksgiving In front of the Council Chambers at 2.30 p.m. The parade will assemble In Calliope Roadat 2p.m. (Clarence Street comer) with Captain A. McR. .Forbes. M.C.. acting as marshal. - to participate- in parade:—Bands, Returned Soldiers,* 'Navy, Wrens, Army," Home Defence Units. Home Servicemen, Home Guard, E.P.S., Fire Brigade-and-E.F.6., W.A.A.C.S. and W.W.S.A., ■■ St. • John Ambulance. Brigade and Nursing Division. Red Cross and Transport' Corps. Boys - Brigade; Boy Scouts and Cubs. Girl Guides and Brownies. Schools, and other organised units. Medals and decorations to> be worn, armlets to be worn by. civil defence units. Units parading are invited to carry Denoting Banners. «.££?.„ "S" 6 '. S UI be followed by Community Staging, Band Programmes and Dancing In the ~ J. R. MILLER, "*__ Mayor.

PONSONBr BOYS' BRASS BAND. S^SSST. 10 THREE LAMPS IMMEDIATELY OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF PEACE MADE. . . SECOND . 2 P.M. . • •;■-•• - '/■ ■ 14 « « PICNICS AND EXCURSIONS THE DEVONPOBT STEAM FERRY CO.. LTD. . . WINTER. FEBBY TIMETABLE.. MATIATIA AND ONEKOA PASSENGER SERVICE (Weather and other circumstances Permitting.) Leave Leave Auckland Matlatia Mondays to Thurs. , Launch 9.30 a.ra'. 3.00 p.m. Fridays ..-...;.... Steamer 1.00 a.m. 8.30 a.m. 5.45 p.m. 7.05 p.m. Saturdays 1.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m. Sundays 8.30 a.m. 5.00 p.m. FARES: Over 14 years, 2/6 return, 1/6 single; five to 14 years. Hall 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. WAIHEKB CARGO Cargo tor Walheke Island will be received lor discharge at Matlatia Bay at any time between 8 a.m. and 5 pjn. 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. 8.30 a.m. Monday to Friday. PHONE 41-348. :16 MEETINGS PENSIONERS' ASSOCIATION—BETTER THOUGHT MEETING. Miss E. Morton, the Speaker. A Thought is the Mother of: an Act? If so, then a Better Thought. A cup of tea provided. WEDNESDAY NEXT,- at 2 p.m.. DRUIDS' HALL, Newton. An Open Meeting. 14 - -T. H. MEGANN. Organiser.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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