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VICTORY CEIiEBRATIOXS CITY OP AUCKLAND A SHORT SERVICE OP THANKSGIVING' Will be held TO-MORROW AT 2.30 P.M. AT THE APEX OF THE TOWN HALL His Worship the Mayor MR. J. a. ,c. ALLUM, Will Preside. CITZENS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND. T. W. M. ASHBY, Town Clerk. BOROUGH OF BIRKENHEAD VICTORY CELEBRATION the CIVIC T RPs™ B j, V i. nß n ?l rvl l e WiU be held in -RESERVE, Birkenhead, at 2.30 p.m. TO-MORROW (THURSDAY). leaving The'mln'/ 11^ 1 * 5 prec J? led b >' a Procession, and Hauraki > it a ff? lbly < corn er Rugby Rd. will h, Wk!' 1 at 1.45 p.m. The Procession .■•lit j ™ by members of the Bovs' Brigade and Women ba f f pipes - followed by servicemen Women R a A 01 " 01 . Home Servicemen and Bri2rJl - • , Home Guard. E.P.S. EPS Fire Borough r™rnoi,? etaChment Red Cross - V.A.D.'s. m°ttee rSPo « ° rS - Red Cross ' Patrlotic ComLife BrigSl t" Ba 5 e - F fe B »? s ' Brigade, Girls' Brownies I'f t„^ , Boy Scouts. Cubs and Womm',' rw,- Jolln Junior Nursing Division, ParenS an? £ rse ¥ , Leaeue ' School Children, organisatfons ?l S Assocl ?tion, various other . the General public. public li P d«ired. y )OCal orßanisa tions and the 15 E. J. OSBORNE, — — Mayor. BOROUGH OF ONE TREE HILL PEACE CELEBRATIONS of A Hosumw lvl sf^ Se ? vlce t0 mark the Cessation ! ostmties with Japan will he held in the Rrad onn i T ' CUTHBERT'S COLLEGE, Market the wSn P° st Office, at 2.30 p.m. on SECOND DAY OP THE VICTORY HOLIDAY. {V* will be given by Rev. J. W. , e J} zle ' O- 1 8 - E - M.M., late senior Chaplain N.Z. Forces. Middle East. andVke''™!? C 2, r „ dla ! ly Invited to attend will £ Thanksgiving service, which be assisted by the One Tree Hill Boys' Band. j 6 (Sgd.) I. J. GOLDSTINE, Mayor. MOUNT ROSKILL ROAD DISTRICT VICTORY CELEBRATION. are notifi ed that there will be no intention ei h^?° ny f 4 al J y ' generally expressed intention being to join the celebrations in the coUe^fi^F 0 ? 1 There wUI NO Refuse holiriiv? S the two days officially set apart for or burn JJouseholers are recommended to bury exceptional 0 ' tMr < he J. H. REICH, August 15. 1945. Clerk and Treasurer.^ CITIZENS OF ONEHUNGA 95 1 ?*l unga Borough Council invite you to attend Celebration Dances, to be held in DRILL watt ' s hurcb Street, Onehunga, ORPHANS' nA«H'TxS. hurc s ®j reet ' Onehunga, TE PAPAPA TO-NIGHT PAVILION, at 8 p.m. NO CHARGE Ladles Please Bring a Basket. ENJOY THE FUN. VM^. n I a ? B ?? , ,S n . ts ln . hands of the Onehunga District R.S.A. and Te papapa Bowling Club. ~ N. L. NORMAN, li Town Clerk. BOROUGH OF ONEHUNGA THANKSGIVING SERVICE FOR FINAL VICTORY q A Thanksgiving Service will be held at the RESERVE, at the corner of Queen and Trafalgar Streets, Onehunga, at 1.30 p.m. on the day that the National Ceremony Is held ln Wellington. Citizens are Invited to evidence their heartfelt thankfulness for final victory by attending this service. A. GARSIDE, ii Mayor. BOROUGH OF NEWMARKET VICTORY THANKSGIVING SERVICE

Thanksgiving Service will be held in the TRIANGLE RESERVE at the intersection of Khyber Pass and Broadway, Newmarket, at 2.30 p.m. on the day that the National Ceremony is held in Wellington. Citizens are Cordially Invited to be present at this service. C. H. K. MOUNTAIN, 16 Mayor. BOROUGH OF NORTHCOTE VICTORY CELEBRATIONS. The Public is requested to attend a Thanksgiving Service outside COUNCIL CHAMBERS at 10 a.m. THURSDAY MORNING. VICTORY DANCE —An invitation is extended to the Victory Dance in KING'S THEATRE at 8 p.m. THURSDAY EVENING. F. M. FEARN, 15 Mayor. CHINESE SHOPS. The Holiday period during which all Chinese Shop are to close and all Chinese occupations are to cease in celebration of the V.P. occasion, has been amended from three days to TWO DAYS in order to conform with the two day holiday period which has been declared by the Prime Minister for the whole of the community. N.Z. CHINESE ASSOCIATION (Auckland Branch) 15 AUCKLAND EDUCATION BOARD. NOTICE TO SCHOOL COMMITTEES, TEACHERS AND PARENTS. PEACE CELEBRATIONS. Schools in the Auckland Education District will close frcm to-day and will not reopen until MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. A. NIXON, Sec. August 15, 1945. 15

AUCKLAND RETURNED SERVICES' ASSN. (Inc.). At 11 a.m. on the First Day of the Peace Celebrations the President'and Executive of the above Association will lay a Wreath at the Cenotaph. A Cordial Invitation is extended to all exservicemen to attend on that occasion. R. G. MASON, 15 Secretary. baptist tabernacle. Upper Queen Street. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, AUCKLAND. Minister: REV. DR. ALEXANDER HODGE, 8.A., B.D. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT 7.30 p.m. GREAT THANKSGIVING SERVICE. GREAT THANKSGIVING SERVICE. ORAKEI BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST. GREAT THANKSGIVING SERVICE, 7.30 p.m. REV. CLIFFORD REAY. P R E S BY TERY OF AUCKLAND All Presbyterian Churches will hold a Thanksgiving Service at 7.30 p.m. on the fit's t day or the Peace Celebrations. q p McKENZIE Moderator. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lower Symonds Street (opp. Govt. House) Minister: REV. DAVID N. PRYOR. SERVICE OF THANKSGIVING TO-NIGHT, 7.30 P.M. Speclal_Sij}glnß. 15 SOMERVELL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCn REMUERA THANKSGIVING SERVICE TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 P.M. 15 THANKSGIVING SERVICE VICTORY CELEBRATIONS. PITT STREET METHODIST CHURCH TO-NIGHT. 7.30 P.M. 15 NEW ZEALAND BIBLE TRAINING INSTITUTE. Owing to Peace Celebrations in the city the ANNUAL GIFT DAY scheduled for Thursday, August 16, has been CANCELLED. An announcement will appear in the papers of the altered date. EDUCATIONAL. ACCOUNTANCY QUALIFICATION MEANS SECURITY ! Have you ever stopped to thinlc Just how secure your job Is when you have no special qualifications? The opportunities for advancement of the unqualified man are not bright-It is always the man with the specialised knowledge who gets ahead rapidly and Alls the highly-paid executive positions. By entrusting your tuition to Hemingway's you can be sure of qualifying in the shortest possible time. So make sure or your future-write. TO-DAY for Free Book "Accountancy" to

HEMINGWAY'S CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, P.O. BOX 516, AUCKLAND. 0 BRAIN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, LIMITED. It is advisable to ENROL NOW For Earliest Possible Entry. TERM STARTS FROM DATE OF ENTRY. 612, N.Z. INSURANCE BUILDING. AUCKLAND. Phone 48-288. • WS SPECIALISED VOCATIONAL TUITION In SHORTHAND (Pitman and Gregg's) TYPING _ 'S5j y Q hm BUSINESS ENGLISH. D REslffi™° DESIGNING. ETC. T-. T r* H COLLEGE, ° B U * sth Floors. HORNE'S BUILDING. 3rd. WS ENGINEERS' AN ° by o£ Machinery . write TTvaminer ana for full partlC Q a w MARTIN so4 _ WS4 216. princes St.. Dunedm. C.l. P."

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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