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MAIL NOTICE.

THIS DAY. "For Marsden Point, Parua Bay, Whangarei Heads, Waipu, Mangapai, Whangarei, Kamo, Hikurangi, Kauri, Wnakapara, and Hukerenui, per Ngapuhi, 6.45 p.m. "For Port Fitzroy, Whangapara, Tryphena, Okupa, • Awanga, and Okiwl, per Waio-

tahi, 7.45 p.m. , _ "- S"or Southern Oflices, also Napier and Gisborne, per Train, £.45 p.m. THURSDAY, March ISth, 1909. "For Leigh, Mangawal, and Kawau Island, per Kawau, 5.45 a.m. ._ For Awaroa, Cowes, Coromahdel, and Cab^ bage Bay, per Daphne, 7.45 a-m. For Thames, per Wakatere, 5.45 a.m. J ;" IFor Whangaparaoa and Wade, per Orewa,

10.15 a-m. JTor Rawene, Kohnkohu, Omapere, Opononi, and Kontu, per Claymore, LlO p.m. J"or New Plymouth, as far South as Wan-

ganui, per Rarawa; 2 p.m. -' - For Whangarei, Kamo, Kauri, Wbakapara, and Hnkerenui, per Kanieri,

2.45 p.m. a For Tauranga, Te Puke, and Maketn, per

Ngatiawa, 3.45 D-m. For Honhora, Waihopo, Pukenui, Walharara, Kalmamnan, Waipapakauri, Awanni, per Greyhound, b.15 p.m. jFor Turua, Paeroa, Waihi, Te Aroha, Thames, Katikati, and Tauranga, per Taniwha, 6.15 pjn. Per Train, as follows— For Ceylon, India, China, Straits Settlements, Philippine Islands, Aden, Suez, Mediterranean Ports, Continent of Europe, and United Kingdom, via Suez, at 6.45 p.m. For Cape Colony, Natal, and other S. 'African States, at 6.45 p.m. Fgr Australian States and New Cale- , fdonia, at 7.45 pjn. Money orders at 4 p.m. Registered letteis for United Kingdom nnd Foreign Countries, at 5.45 p.m. For Australia, at 6.45 pjn. Mail will be due in London, April 25. '. For Matakana and Mullet Point, per Kotiti, 7.45 p.m. For New Plymouth and Southern Offices, also Gisborne and Napier, per Train, 8.45 '*,_ P.-? 5 -, _ FRIDAY, March 19th, 1909. For Waipu, per. Gael. .6.45 a.m. For Waiwera, Tekapa, and Warkworth, per Kapanui, 9.45 a.m. ... " For Thames,, per Wakatere, 9:45. aim; ■' -"'> For Whangaparaoa and Wade,'< per ;Orewa,: 11.15 a.m. !For Coromandel and Cabbage. Bay, ".per Daphne, 12J.5 p.m. For New Plynionrh, as far South as Wanganui, per Takapuna, 1.10. p.m.. For Whitianga, Gum Town, Kuaotunu, and

Tairua, per Waiotahi, 5.45 p.m. For Turua, Paeroa, Waihi, and Te Aroha,

per Waimarie, 7.15 p.m. "For Manngaturoto, Rowsell's (via Waipu), Marsden Point, Waipu, Whangarei Heads, Parna Bay, Jagger, Limestone,'rTauri--kura, Mangapai, Whangarei, Kamo, Kauri, .Hikurangi, Ngunguru, Poroxi, Hukerenui, Towai, Puhipuhi, t Whakapara, Kawakawa, Opua, Russell, Waimate North, Ohaeawai, Kaikohe, Kgawha, Walpapa, Kaeo, Whangaroa, Mangbnul, 're AJLuahu, Okaihau, ,Dtakura, Kohukuiiu, Rawene,. .Knutu, -'Opononl,-- Weka | Weka, _Kawerua,- Oniapere, Waiptemar- I aina, and. Waimamakuj .per Ngapnhi/ 7.43 p.m.' For Southern Offices, aleo Napier, per Train, 8.43 B-m. TUESDAY, March 23. 3 Per Rarawa, as follows— ?'-.'-. - For United Kingdom, Contlhent of Europe, and South America, via Monte Video and Tenerlffe (connecting" with Atheaic leaving Wellington on March 25), at 2jp,nt>:'"_... r . ; .-i Parcels at 1 p.m. Parcels for United Kingdom can be . foiward&i only by,, this route. , - •* - - Correspondence- for the 'United Kingdom and Continent of Europe must be specially addressed ""per Athenlc." Mail will be due'in London about-Ith May. -----.---,.-..■ - •- ~ gs? MONDAY, IMarch 29. . f ' .'■: JPor Nine IslaniL- per. schooner'Kerern, at 1L45 a.m. .-?■ TUESDAY, March 30. For Tonga, Samoa, and Fiji, per Atua, at 8.45 a.m. F. V. HOLDSWORTH. Chief Postmaster.

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MAIL NOTICE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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