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AMUSEMENTS. You would be wise to book your seats for To-right and To-morrow. A WONDERFUL PICTURE ACHIEVES A NOTABLE SUCCESS. . THE REGENT N.Z.'b Pre-Eminont Talkie Theatre. Direction.,...!. C. Williamson Films. 11 a.m. Here is n really marvellous story, beautifully presented and splendidly noted by Hie greatest cast of screen celebrities ever assembled for one. single picture, WARNER BAXTER WARNER BAXTER WARNER BAXTER WARNER BAXTER ELEANOR BOARDMAN * • * » PAUL CAVANAGH LUPE VELEZ ROLAND YOUNG AND A HUGK SUPPORTING CAST. An outcast from his people—adrift in the. wild lawless country of Arizona—far from the England ha loved bo well—this man sacrificed all because of the honourable name lie bore and for the sake of the woman lie loved. "THE SQUAW MAN." "THE SQUAW MAN." "THE SQUAW MAN" "THE SQUAW MAN." "THE SQUAW MAN." "THE SQUAW MAN." "THE SQUAW MAN." "THE SQUAW MAN." Directed by CECIL B. DE MILLE. England—in every fibre of his being hj« longed for it—but because of another's shame it was denied him forever. THREE TIMES MADE AS A SILENT PICTURE—WORLD-FAMOUS AS A STAGE PLAY—AND NOW AT ITS BEST ON THE TALKING SCREEN. Brilliant Supporting Programme. PAUL CULLEN,

At the Regent's Grand Organ, singing " AVro p Your Troubles in Dreams." Important Reserve Now! Box Plans at Theatre (Thone 46P88). CONTINUOUS FROM 10.30. MARION DA VIES In "A BACHELOR FATHER." " PASSION FLOWER."

("A" Cert. Only.) With CHARLES BICKFORD and KAY FRANCIS. Screening Times: "BACHELOR FATHER'— 10.30—1.55—1.50-—7.50. "PASSION FLOWER"— 12—3.20—6.20—9.20. Box Plan Now Open at Theatre— Thore 43-114. ELECTORAL. T> 0 S K I L L. TO THE ELECTORS OF ROSKILL. "Will the 4714 Electors who record&d their votes in my favour kindly accept my sincere thanks. Also, to those who worked so hard to secure my return I would like to convey mv deep appreciation. Tours sincerely, W. J. HOLDSWORTH. Declaration of result of poll FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF FRANKLIN. I. JOHN PATTERSON. Returning Officer for the Electoral District of FRANKLIN, do hereby declare the result, of the Poll taken on the 2nd day of December. 1931. for the Election of a Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows: Votes Candidates. Polled. EDWARDS, .TOHN HUMPHRIES 2G4 MASSEY. JOHN NORMAN . . 4.008 MELLSOP, HARRY OSWALD . . 2,51]

Total number of valid votes polled 7,7-13 Number of votes rejected as informal 55 I therefore declare the said JOHN NORMAN MASSEY to be elected. Dated at Pukekohe this 10th day of December, 3031. JOHN PATTERSON, Returning Officer. jyj-OUNT ROSKILL ROAD DISTRICT. NOTICE FOR NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES AT ELECTION OF ONE MEMBER. Pursuant, to Section 7 of the "Locnl Elections and Polls Act. 1025," I hereby cive notice that an election will be held on WEDNESDAY, Iho fith day of January, 10:!2, for tho purpose of electing ONE MEMBER for the Road District, of Mount Iloskill in tho pluco of Mr. <>. E. Tanstcy, deceased, and T hereby appoint, the Office of tho Mount Roskill Road Board. Mount Albert Road, as tho place, and THURSDAY, tho 21 Ch day of December, 1931 (before noon), as tho day for the nomination of Candidates for nuch Office. Dated this 10th duy of December, 1931. J. WARREN. Relurnijiß Officer, Mount, Rosltill Road Board. SECTIONS FOR SALE. TT'LLERSIiIK.—S7 x 190. level, rich soil, £SO. easy terms. Warren, City t 'hambers, 41-149. r 11J.TIR ANO I.—Seafront Sections, metal I. road, closo concrete, native bush.— Phono 40-50 G. HOUSES AND LAND WANTED. ONE-Man Farms wanted, soinp concerns. Christie, Findlny, 150, Queen St., Auckland. PROPERTY Ownere. —Your Rents assured. —Consult, Newton and Kalman, Colonial Mutual Buildings. SECTION. Kood, wanted, unencumbered, in exchange for Rood Piano.—Write .Agent, 814. ilK.TiAi.p. \/l/"E havo buyer for Coiner Concern, 20 Vt. io 40 acres; reasonable deposit.— Pat tie, Ltd., Pnjckohe. TO LET OR LEASE.

BUNGALOW, furn., IC> Acres, at Henderson.—Apply Hrpald, IT* ARMLETS, t<ood Residences, H and 8 J acres; close hug, train: 25s week.—Peglor, Agent, Manurewa. OTAHUHU, South Rd.—2 Acres, suitable gardening; good tenant considered.— Phono Jl-)07. FOR SALE OR LEASE. rpAiRM. IHS Acres; Dwelling, 5 rooms; £4 -I- month.—Stonham, Maungattipeie, AVlinng:i I'fi. A* Rooms. garage, workshop, well fum.; 5 O pernianents; lease; HQs. Ingoing tenant buy furniture.—Mrs. Stewart, 53, Groat North lid. TENNIS REQUISITES. A BRUCE AND SONS, 94, Albert St., • stock Best Brands of Tennis Rncqueta and Reguiaitoa.

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 4, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXVIII, Issue 21053, 11 December 1931

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