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Deaf Aids Installed. _^*****~SL TA T.E^^Nfc •sC^^^fc TAT E^^***** AMALGAMATED THEATRES, LTD. (Throughout New Zealand). Sessions 2.15 and S p.m. CROWDS AGAIN ON SATURDAY. "Algiers." city of forgotten men. French Foreign Legion, criminals, and fugitives from justice—yet romantic and colourful., but dangerous. Walter Wanger's ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS . ALGIERS ALGIERS ALGIERS With CHARLES BOYER - HEDY LAMARR SIGRID GURIE United Artists Release. (Recommended by Censor for Adults.) IT WILL TAKE WELLINGTON BY STORM. Plan at D.I.C. and Theatre. Tel. 51-595. DANCING. Concession Night TONIGHT. Concession Night AT THE Concession Night TVTAJESTIC Concession Night JJXAJESTIC Concession Night CABARET. Concession Night Dancing from 9 p.m. Concession Night To Concession Night SAMMY LEE Concession Night and His Concession Night AMERICANADIANS. Concession Night THE KINGS OF Concession Night SWING. Concession Night Concession Sub. Is 6d, Concession Night including Supper. Concession Night Lucky Spot. Floor Show Monster Joy Night SATURDAY NEXT, Monster Joy Night ELECTION NIGHT, Monster Joy Night AT THE Monster Joy Night TVf AJESTIC Monster Joy Night Monster Joy Night CABARET. Monster Joy Night Dancing from 8 p.m. Monster Joy Night to Midnight. Monster Joy Night TO SAMMY LEE Monster Joy Night and his Monster Joy Night AMERICANADMonster Joy Night lANS. Monster Joy Night THE KINGS OF Monster Joy Night SWING. Monster Joy Night GLEE CLUB SINGMonster Joy Night ING. FLOOR SHOW Monster Joy Night Subscription, 2a 6d, Monster Joy Night inclusive of supper. Monster Joy Night Election Results will Monster Joy Night be announced every Monster Joy Night hour. Monster Joy Night NEW MAJESTIC Monster Joy Night CABARET, Monster Joy Night Majestic Theatre, Monster Joy Night Willis Street. THE REALM BALLROOM, TONIGHT AGAIN OUR GREAT MIDWEEK EFFORT BE WITH US AND LIVE NEXT WEEK. NEXT WEEK GREAT VICTORY BALL, Book Your Possies Now. Seats Fast Filling. A MEMORABLE NIGHT. BE WISE! BE THERE! THE MAYBELLE — THE MAYBELLE x GHUZNEE STREET. TONIGHT. TONIGHT. OLD-TIME MODERN Monte Carlos Lucky Spots Dainty Sit-down Supper. Good Fluor. Subs. Is tid. Don't Forget Labour Night. _ PUBLIC MQTICES, - WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. . I^OTICE 1 GIVEN 1 that at a £; Special Meeting o£ the Wellington Oity Council held on Monday, September 0 j93B' ifc was resoJVed by way of Special Order to authorise an exchange of laud iv l'l! e Akatarawa Survey District, between the Wellington City Council as owner under the Wellington City and Suburban Water Supply Act 1927 and W. 11. Jolliffe of Wellington. Particulars as to the form of Special Order and the respective areas to_ be_ exchanged may be obtained on, application at the office of the undersigned. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that the resolution will be submitted for confirmation at an Ordinary Meeting of the Wellington City Council to be held on Wednesday, October L:, 1938, at the Council Chamber, Town Hall, Cuba Street, Wellington, at B'p.m. Dated at Wellington this 19th day of September, 1938. E. P. NORMAN, Town Clerk. WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. Notice of Special Order. XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at -*"* a Special Meeting of the Wellington City Council held oil Monday, September 5, 1935, the following resolution was passed, viz.:— In exercise of the powers conferred on it by Section 3 of the Wellington City Empowering and Amendment Act 1919 the Wellington City Council hereby declares by way of Special Order that the piece of land described in the Schedule hereto having been taken for a drainage reserve and not being required for that purpose shali bemsed for the purpose of an access-way. SCHEDULE. ALL THAT piece of land situate in the Land Registration District of Wellington containing Twenty-nine perches and two tenths of a perch (29.2 p.) bo the same a little more or lees being part of Section 1 Evans Bay District and comprising parts of Lots 102 and 105 on Deposited Plan No. 1031 and being the whole of the laud comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 229 Folio 64. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the resolution will be submitted for continuation at an Ordinary Meeting of the Wellington City Council to be held on Wednesday, October 12, 1938, n.t the Council Chamber, Town Hall, Cuba Street, AVellington, at 8 p.m. Dated at Wellington this 19th day of September, 1938' E. P. NORMAN, Town Clerk. PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. VTOTICE is hereby given that all crcdi--J^ tore and others having claims against the undermentioned estate are required to lodge such claims at the Public Trust Offico at Wellington, on or before the 11th day of November, 1938. Any claim not lodged by the date named is liable to exclusion. The claims must show full details, and must be certified as follows: — "I hereby certify that tho amount of this claim was due and owing at the date of death of the deceased." ESTATE. BEAUCHAMP, Sir Harold, late of Wellington, Knight Bachelor, died 5/10/38. A. JR. COAD, District Public Trustee for Wellington. October 7, 1938. PETONE FIRE BOARD. FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS. XN connection with the Funeral of the late James Kerr, which takes place Tomorrow (Tuesday), 11th inst., and leaves his late residence, 95 Hutt Road, Petone, at 2 p.m., the cortege will i>e in the following order:—All cars containing representatives from Government, outside Local Bodies, and other recognised organisations will be marshalled behind the Chief Mourners' and Fire Board's cars on the west side of the Hutt Road. Private cars will be marshalled in Riddlers Crescent, entering nt the southern entrance and leaving by the northern entrance, and will follow in procession alter the above cars. A Traffic Inspector will be stationed at each entrance to the Crescent to issife directions to drivers. Deputy Chairman. BAD Legs healed without restiug with Varex. Permanent results. Free booklet from Varex, Ltd., Box 1558 AG, Wellington. Local Representative: Nurse Spence, Courtenay Chambers. Courtenay Place. ______ «TE Make Line or Halt-tone Blocks for 3* all purposes and all papers from the cheapest newsprint to the finest art "Evening Poet" Printing Works. Tel ■M-040.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Post, Volume CXXVI, Issue 87, 10 October 1938

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