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i SCHOGXi COMMITTEE MEETINGS . i*aparata ; 7,34 p.ui.j Sehooi Fapadmui t p.m., Sehooi Paparoa, 7 p.tu., Paparoa Scueal Papatoitoi, 7.ifcj p'.nl.i Sefcee» Paradise, ■& p:ni.> Bdiool ! Parawal; 7-8,0 £.bi;j Sehdol I Parkhursfc f p;m.i Sehooi i ParneJlj 7.3t) ii.HU Sehooi • fafua; t p:fafc; Ko; 1 School i Patetangl; T p:hi. t School : PalumaJJpe; T. 30 ii:m.j Public Hall rWlaka t a.ni.. afanuimi Seheol ; Point efiefaliei 1 ., T:8l) £:&;} Belieel Epkeno, t.30 p : ai:i SehSoi • Pbllods; T fete., Seliool , 7 p.m.; SeUeei Ponsouia-i r--3t» p.ihii JfoSsoaby Hall fpiii Alßiirfc T o.ai.i 6ekaof Jftillel! B \fa., Behpol J p.iß;; Horse fihee Sush Bctieoi Pukekawa; 7 p.ai.i Scheel fakekojie JSasti J p.ni.; Beheol Wese, T:SU p.W: t Bekoel Puketaratfli V piai-.j EtiiitJet Pukete., T p.m., Behbdi Puaaklterfe i p,m., Scfeeol Pungaerej T p s m>, Schßdt Puni, T.ciO p.ai., iiclioel Puriri, 7.30 p.MJ., School Purua, 2 p.m., Purua Schoel PutaiUcU, if p.m., School KaglaSU ? pMa,, Sckoet Rainarama, 7 p.m., School Ranglaohia. 7.80 p.m., Senool Ranglrirl, 7.30 p.m., School Raupo, 7 p.m.. School Rawene, J. 30 p.m.. School ?" ," Red Hill, 7.30 p.m., School Rehla, X p.m.. School [temuera, 7.30 p.m.. Old School Rlponui, 3 p.m., Palaka Bcliool Riverhead, 7 p.m., School Botorangi, 7 p.m., School Rotorua, 7.30 p.m., School Rototuna, 7.30 p.m.. School Ruakaka, 4 p.m., School ■Ruapekapeka, 7.30 p.m., at the Old School Building Ruapuka, 2~p.m., School Kuatangata, 4 p.ni.. West School EukuhJa, T p.m., School Russell, 7 p.m., School Swanson, 7 p.m., School Tohuna, 7 p.m.. School Tairua, 7.30 p.m., School Tairua Block, 7.30 p.m., School Takahue, -4 p.m., School Takapuaa, 7-30 p.m., School Tamahcre, 7.30 p.nu, School Tamakl West, T.SO p.m.. School Tangaihi, 7.30 p.ta. Hou»nton v s Hall Tanglhua (Blosk It), t p.m.. School Taogowahlae, T.Sd b.tt.. School Taotaoroa, 2 β-ia., No. 1 School Tapu, 7.30 pja,, Hastiugs Hchoel Taratn, 8 p.au. School Tatu. 7 b.ia,, School Tauhoa, 4 p.m., School Taupaki, 7 g.tri., Behcet Tauplrl, 7./SJ p.m.. School Taupo. 7.3Q p-ta.. School Tauranga, 7.80 f>ia., School Tawharanut, 4 U.a., School Tawhare, 7 p.a., Bchodt Te Aroha, 8 p.m.. School Te Aroha West,- 7.30 p.m., School Tβ Awamutu, 7.80 p.m., School Te Kopuru, 7.30 p.m., School Te Kowhal. 7 p.m.. School Te Kuitl, 7 p.m.. School Tβ Mata, 4 p.m.. School Te Oruru, 7 p.m., School Te Poki, 7 p.m.. No. 2 Schoor Te Pdl, 7 p.m., Scliool re Puke. 7 p.m.. Mission Hall Te Puna, 7.30 p.m., Bcliool Te Rahu, 7 p.m., School , Te Rapa, 7 p.m., School ' Te Rore, 7 p.m., School Te Uku. 4 p.m.. School Tirau, 7.30 p.m., Senool Titiracgi, 4 p.m., School Titold, 7 p.m.. School Tokatoka, 7.30 p.m., School Xotara, 7 p.m., School Tryphena. 2 p.m.. Tryphena School Tnakau, 7 p.m., School Turua, 7.30 p.m.. School Union ■Collieries, 7 p.m., School Utakura Valley, 7 p.m., School Victoria Valley, 7 p.m.* School Wade, 4 p.m., School Waharoa, 8 p.m., Waharoa School Waiau, 7 p.m.. School Walharara, 7 p.m., School Waiheke Island, 3 p.m.. Central Schoel Walhl 7 p.m., Miners' Union HsU Waihopo, 7 p.m., School Widhou, 8 p.m., School Waikiekie, 2 p.m., West School Waiilnb, 7 p.m.. Victoria Hall Walmamaku Valley, 7 p.m., School Waimate, 7 p.m., School Wainul, 4 p.m., School Waiokaraka, 7.30 p.m., WaiokaraSa Bcho«» Waiorongomai, 7 p.m., School Waiotemarama, 4 D.m., School Waip'.pl, 7 p.m., Waipipi School Waipu Central. 7 p.m., School Waipn Cove, 7.30 p.m., Waipu Cove School Waipn North River, 4 p.m.. School Waipu Upper, 4 p.m.. School Wairanga, 7 WalTanga School TVairere, T * "», School Wairoa Boaßtf f p.m.. School WaltekaurL 7 p.m., School Waitetuna, 7 ».ei., School Waitoa Valley, 7 p.m., School Waiukn, 3 p.m., Temperance and Public Hall Waiwera, 7 p.m., Upper Waiwera School Walton, 7 p.m.. School Warkwortb, 7 p.m., School Wayby, 4 p.m., School Wellsford, 4 p.m., School ; Whakapara, 7.30 p.m.. School Wbakatane, 7.30 p.m., School Whananaki, 7.30 p.m., School Whangamarino, 7 School Whangaparaoa, 7 p.m.. School Whangapoua, 7.30 p.m., Tererenga School Whangarata, 7 p.m.. School Whangarel, 7 p.m., Whangarel School Whangarel Heads, 4 p.m.. School Whangarlpo, 7 p.m.. School Whanearoa North, 7.30 p.m., School ■Wharenlne, 4 p.m., School Wharepoa, 7 p.m.. School Whata Whata, 7 p.m.. School ■iVTritfora, 7.30 p.m., No. 1 School Woodhlll, 7.30 p.m.. School WoodlandSi 7 p.m., New School TOIiET. rpo QVET, 4 Rooms; shop -would suit dress. -*- maker.—Apply A. A. D.awson, G^rajn Store, Great Xortfr-rd. mo I/BT, Epsom, Villa 6 rooms, furnished; ■*- 32/6.—George Peace, 105, Victoria Arcade, opposite Town Clock. 117 rpo LET, Large 2-roomed Cottage, with 5 -*- acres of grass; rent, 8/.—Apply F. Grattan, Avondale South. 178 mo LET, large new 6-roomed House close . -•- Three Lamps, city side; elevated, sunny. References.—Bell, Scotia-place. rpo LET. Cottage of 4 rooms, Vaushall-rdT -•- Devonport; up-to-date.—Apply T Harbins, Tole-st., Ponsonby. 'Phone, 1952. rpo LET, Ponsonby, 6-roomed House- -*- water frontage, large allotment; every convenience, hot Water and shower.—'Masefield and Co. 148 O LET, 6-roomed House, and all convenlences, near Newmarket Station; 17/6. — - George Peace, 105, Victoria Arcade, opposite Town Clock. 117 rpo LET, 'Waihi, Dining ana Oyster Sa- ■*- loon. Confectionery; boarders; plateirlnss windows; best position.—E\ Lees, Scotia-place. Queen-st. 152 ri>O XiET, off Domdnlon-rd., 6-roomed New J- House, 20/; Newmarket, 6 rooms, 17/6; near car. ■Walter Taylor, 37, Shortland-st. 1M343 O LET, —(Newmarket, 6 rooms, 17/6; El' Jerslie, 6 rooms, £1; Epsom, 6 rooms, 30/, Furn. —Epsom, 32/6; Devonport, 35/; Takapuna, 30/— Colson, 31, Shortland-Bt. 184 rpO LET FOR THE SEASON. ; A MALT. HOUSE (about 3,800 square feet gronnd floor space) XS THE AUCKLAND CITY. To an approved tenant. Rent £4 per week. T, 3IAKDEBJO JACKSON, _? Customs-st. K. OTORUA.—To leti furnished, Fiveroomed House, every convenience.—Address Carrie, Post Office, Rotorua, IARBBRS —To Let. Shop and Dwelling; good opening for barber.—Apply" to Mrs. Johnston. Draper,- Dominion-rd. 188 DENDALE 3m. tt> Can—7 Booms, 2 acres, 20/. MT. EDEN, Belle Vue-rd.—6 Rooms; 20/. OWEN'S-RD., Epsom—7 Eooms, well finished. MT. EDEN—2-roomed Shanty; 5/. MORNINGSIDE— 6 Rooms; land, 60 x 175, orchard. MT. ALBERT (opp.~St. Luke's Church)— 7 Rooms, stable, coachhouse, etc.; 1J acre orchard. PARNELL—Modern Residence, 7 rooms2T/6. FUENISHED HOUSES—DeTonport (close I Wharf), 10 Rooms, 35/; 6 Booms, 35/; 5 Eooms, 25/. City, 12 Rooms, modern conveniences, £3. Ponsonby, 6 Rooms, 25/. Parnell, 9 Booms, extensive grounds, and 8 Rooms, all conveniences 42/. AND MEDLJJS , . IS, Shortland-street 140

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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