. . ■. " ■ ■ i i "' -US-ilBOrB. '". ' TITT,. ALBERT ASSOCIATION , FOOT.' BALLr ; fcLTOy::-'Vii3fr .V Meeting r.wlll,bo -beltfrJS the Methodist Schoolroom, Mt. Albert, on MON- 1 DAY NEXT, March 21Hh, at 7.45 p.m. All Msmbers and intending members -,are', in-. vited to"_ttthd:' '"" :*— % • '::•■" i C. MOULD,,Hon. Secretary. «_. r«OURT -PRIDE OF ONEi„ t sMtti 1 ■"' " DW^A< K »- 6-61. 'A:O.F ' fIBfICVIKM,. Members of the above £_■ ■_>Ppurt , ; oro requested .-to. flß^S9B_^ r JJJ'e QUARTERLY Wn MEETrNG 1 on .MONDAY 9HaHpMHjNEXT, 29th Inst., 7.80 p.m. (9t&BiMM-- Business: Payment: oti -_.- ; . - ;; . general ..buslBees, and presentation of tug-pf-war cup end medals to the Court** ohaaipion tea_i by v Bro. W. L. Rowland, P.D.C.R; i '■•:■- ----By order, of ;. -. /.. .. ..p.! i. SHALDRIOK, P.D.C;B.;i ■■■•■ ■| : ,•,-.. /■; ' ;■■■>■ .'' ■ -:» v ■- - - Secrototy.-,'; LODGfii' __lVvl_nl__. All Members are here-JSf-SB—S___i °y eummotied to attend' VvH|HB I—dge MeetlnK to be held Vf-__sT on MONDAY NEXT, Business: Election of District President, Etc., Etc. 'C. H. PALMER, Secretary. j£ .AUCKLAND DISTRICT mjgm **: graxd orange lodge ; -JMX Au Adjourned Meeting of _*!*_/_■ the above Lodge will be held %//P it at the Orange Hall. Newton, SkfiMtSr ou TUESDAY EVENING " i igr* f NEXT, March 30, 1009, at ..,■,' 7 o'clock abarp. Bqainees: Installation of Officers'and General. By order «.W.DjG.M., ± ' GEO. BOARDMAN, Plat. Booty. 62, AUCKLAND REFEREES' ASSOCIATION (Association Football). The ANNUAL .GENERAL MEETING wH) be heid at the Sports Club on TUESDAY, the 30th -Marcb, at 7.4S p.m. prompt. All members and -intending members are re-, quested to be present. ■"-' " : - 14 A. BHBED, rj Hon. Sec. 11 UCK. CO-OP. TERMINATING BLDG. - SOCT.—Appropriations ' Wednesday, March 31st, 7.80 p.m., St James' Hall: 11 ha110ta..,9 sales. . 10 A UCKLAND AMATEUR OPERA CLUB. Members who took part In the Anal performance of *—toemoa" are tortted to meet the "Llqula_tor»" in the Chamber of Commerce Rooms, on TBUIH3DAT, Apr— % at 8 p.m. ' Buolnesei To _eoet*e the Report of tbe • _lqotdatora," and wind up the Club. G. M. REID. '. •' ■ X 'W. -WiNAMB,' I -•' ~ , ~, Llquldatora. .100 A ÜBTRAL FOOTBALL CLUBS. ** ' (Senior and Junior). " ?T A MEETING ot the above will be held at Noton's Thistle Hotel, Queen and Darbystreets, FRIDAY, 2nd April, at 8 p.m. Members aad Intending members, please roll up. ' ' P. CALLINAN, Bte. AUBX-ALUN FOOTBALL LEAGUE OF AUCKLAND. , ,;- The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING and Presentation of Report and Balance Sheet will take place on MONDAY, April sth, at 8 p.m. at the League Boob—,. Amateur Sports Club. Members.and all others Interested are Invited to attend. - ' "' J. P. HEGARTT, Hon. Secretary;' I'mUBRAI. NOTICE. afi T, O.li, TJOi NO. 10 HUe. XJ. BOYAL BLACK PRB- "- 9_B 'I CEPXORY, 140. , ; ,-, —*f **—?-t. The Brethren of the above Lodge are requested to follow 2St__s*_r the remains ot the late wife ' intpT o 0' BRO- CHAS. ELLIOTT. Fuueral leaves tbe residence of Mr J. Weir, Fnnsonby-rd.. for Walkumete, tomorrow (SUNDAY). 2.30 p.m. Brake provlded. !■■ ".....'■. .. , ' "'.. .. 3 RAILWAYS. ___J__IHI-B_I_!- _^_E___l_ | jJJBW ' ZEALAND'! '' RAILWAYS. '. TIME-TABLE ALTERATIONS. I On*"and after THURSDAY, Ist April, a Train will leave Auckland for Wellsford dutly at 10.50 a.m.-; H—ensTllle 2.15 p.m.. arriving Wellstord 4.40-p.m.. , ~ A Train will leave WeUiford for Auckland dally at 0.25 a.m., Helensvllle 12.80 p.m., arriving Auckland 3.40 p.m. On and after THURSDAY, Ist April, tbe present trains between Helensvllle and Wellstord on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Satardaye. and the 2.82 p.m. train, Kaukapakapa to Helensvllle, on Tuesdays, will not run. ;'. .1 , BYOBDEB. f^EW., ZEALAND J BAILWAi'S. EASTER HOLIDAYS. Holiday,E-cntslon- Tickets' will be Issued for any station to any station on the Auckland, Napler-Tarariakl-Welllngten Sections, from TUESDAY, 6th April, to MONDAY. | 12th April, inclusive, available tor return up to WEDNESDAY. 12th May. HT^ m ..-^S D . NE9DAY - 7tn Apr", to, TUBSDAY, 20tb April, an Extra Express l Train will leave Auckland at 10.55 a.m. ! dally for Thames, Waihi, and Taumarunul. Passengers for Rotorua and Cambridge 1 lines should travel with the 10.0 a.m. I 1 ordinary express train; Passengers for Thames. Walhl, and Tadmarunul lines should trfvel with tbe 10.35 a.m. extra express trains] _ from WEDNESDAY; 7tfc Aprtl'; to TUESDAY, 20th April, an Extra Express Train will leave Thames for. Auckland at 0.40 a.m. -ally, arriving Auckland 5.38 p m. On THURSDAY. Sth April, a Special Train will leave Auckland for Rotorua at W.O p.m.* arriving Rotorua 6.20 a.m f on Friday, returning leaving Rotorua.at 7.13 p.m. on Monday, 12th April; arriving Auckland 3.10 a.m. on Tuesday. For full particulars as to train arrangements, see Posters and future advertisements. BY ORDER. - 08. -EABB. CJMALL' LOTS NBAft iAUdK-LAND. >_ . ~ „., "" j -• District Land*lOfflee.*" v Custoni»«t,. Auckland, 27/3/19.00. 82 Lots lv the'iletnna and Wanrl Hnmicts, ranging froul 2 ticrcs to 01 ncres, also the Hetana Homestead of -30 acres, will be opened for Leasing at this Office on 28th April next. The Hamlets are situated close to New Lynn-and Henderson Railway Statin and the Great North-rd., and aro v adm!rab(y 1 adapted tor Fruit and Poultry Farms. Poster plans, wltb full particulars, ou application, .r vv : " JOHN STftAUCHONT -" ' Comuilßaloiier of Crot^u l Liinds. person' -found .harbouring :,m'v' ** daughter, Phhnj> Berry, after tHiah date, wUI be prosecuted.—(Signed) JohnJ
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909
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