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MAIL NOTICE.

• =i- i THIS DAY. For Manngaruroto, Howsell'& (via Waipni, Marsden Point, W.aip.u,.Whangarei Heads, Parua Bay, Jagger, Limestone, Taurikura, Mangapai, Whangarel, Kamo, Kauri, -RUmrangi NgOßgurU. Pdroti, Hukerenni, Towal, Pußipuhi, Whakapara, Kawaiawa, Opua, Russell, Waimate. North, Ohaeawal, Kalkohe; Ngawha, Walpapa, Kaeo, Whangaroa, Mangonai, Xβ Ahnahu, Otaihau, Utakura, Horeke, Sohukohn, Eawene, Koutu. Opononi, Wek» Weka, Kawerua, Omapere, . Walotemaraina, and Waimamakn, per Ngapuhi, T. 45 p.m. --- -" - .". . "*. For Captain F. Colbeck, Sandspit, Kaiaua, and Miranda, per Hirere, 5.15 p.m. For Southern Offices, also Napier, per- Train, 5.45 p.m. SATURDAY, March 27th,--ISD9. For Waiwera, Tekapa, ana Warkworth, per Kapanui, 5.45 a.m. For Whangaparaoa- and-Wade, per Orewa, 6 a.m. For Gisborne and Napier, per Monowai, 10.45 a.m. . ■ . For Toioga Bar, per Squall,-10.45 a.m. For Leigh, Tara, Mangawai, Te Aral, Kaiwaka, Hakaxu, Norta Albertland, and Kawan per 11-45 a.m. For Waiwera and Kawau Island, per j Daphne, 12.45 ri.m. ! For Awaroa, Cowes, Ruthe's Island, etc, per Apanni. 12.45 p.m. For Whangarel, Kamo. Hikurangi, Kauri, Whaiapara, and Hukerenul, per Kanieii, JAS p.m. For "Turua, Paeroa, Waihi. Te Aroha, and Thames, Tanranga, Katikatl, per Tanz7.45 p.m. For Waipn, per Gael, 7.45 p.m. For New Plymontn, as rar South as Wan_ganui, per Baravra, S p.m. - smmAS-,- -March - 28th, 1909. For Southern Offices, also Gisborne aad Napier, per Train, 5.45 p.m.' TUESDAY. .March. 30. For Tonga, Samoa, and Fiji, per Atua, at &45 a.m. ------ V. D. HOLDSWOBTH. Chief Postmaster.

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MAIL NOTICE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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