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MEETINGS. A UCKLAND CHAMBER OP COMMERCE (REGISTERED). SAX FRANCISCO MAIL SERVICE. A General Meeting of Members of the Chamber will be held in its Hall on TUESDAY NEXT. 6th inst.. at 3 o'clock, with the object of making representations to the Government as to tbe urgent necessity for re-opening negotiations for re-establishing the San Francisco Mail Service, with Auckland as first port ot call. A full meeting is particularly requested. A. J. DENNISTON, Secretary. DISTRICT FOOTq *-* BALL CLUB. 1 The Annual Meeting of the Club i win be held at the Club Rooms, i Eden-street, on MONDAY, the sth t April, at S p.m. A full attendance of members is desired. S. C. HEIGHWAT, Hon. Sec. J\EYONPORT LODGE, < Members are requested Meeting to be held at "*s>&«Mwßaß& Masonic Hall. Devonport, X * XjPw&ls? on TUESDAY NEXT, Business: Election of District President, and General. ; 3 DESPBHANDUM. USwslillfW Invited Suspend T Social Evening in the Foresters' @W®S?&m&B> Hnll OQ TUESDAY ?&ys§g!it!<&ls EVENING NEXT, after the regular business is concluded, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Court. C. F. ANDREWS. Sec. 10 J IBERAL AND LABOUR FEDERATION. WAITEMATA BRANCH. A General Meeting will be held in the Foresters' Hall. Devonport. on TUESDAY EVENING, the 6th inst.. at 8 o'clock. BUSINESS: Important. G. S. MITCHELL. Secretary. 95 \ UCKLAND FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. The Annual General Meeting of the above Association trill be held in the Sports Club. His Majesty's Arcade, on TUESDAY NEXT April 6th. 1900. at 8 p.m. All Delegates are requested to be present. WM. E. SMITHYMAN, Hon. Secy. r-tITY DISTRICT FOOTBALL CLUB. The Annual Meetius of the Clnb will be freld In the Training Hall. Baker-street, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 7th April, at 8 p.m. All members and intending members are invited to attend. GEO. DONALDSON. Hon. Sec. A UGKLAND gAVINGS TJANK. A MEETING of the Trustees wi-U be held on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 7th inst., at 3 o'clock r>.m. R. CAMERON, Manager. 3rd April. 1909. VOLUNTEER NOTICES. -y O L U N T E E R NOTICE. "A" Squadron, first Regiment Auckland Mounted Rffles. will assemble at R«muera Railway Station, not later than 5.30 p.m.. <>v THURSDAY, April Bth. to entrain their horses by the train that leaves for MorrinsviUe at 6.40 p.m. JOHN POTTER. Capt.. O.C. Squadron. DIVIDENDS, TK7AITECMATA FRUITGROWERS' CO>V OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. A Dividend of 10 per Cent (2/ per Share) has been declared, and is now payable at the Office of Society, Hall of Commerce, High-st, Auckland. J. B. TONAR, Secretary. Auckland, April 3, 1909. DENTISTRY. mHE Q.OOD rpHINGS OF J IKE Can be appreciated by those who have GOOD TEETH. MR HOWEY WALKER MR HOWEY WALKER Makes Lovely Teeth at fair fees. You can afford to smile when your teeth have been fitted by Mr Ilowey Walker. X?O 1 7/fi Lpper Plate c* , —' J-'/.V Good Quality Strong Teeth Look Well Wear Well Fit Well (Howcy Walker) "\/ XJpper Plate w' J °' Perfect Fitting Sure Suction Very Reliable You Have Eaae Comfort Satisfaction Enjoyment Easy Terms Arranged Cost Includes Extraction (Howey Walker) 3JO J-l/V Very Superior Quality Finest. Finish Lovely Teeth Beautifully Made Artistically Set Charming Expression Most Satisfactory Guaranteed 3 Years (No Expense for Repairs.'r\ UARAKTEE.—Best Quality Upper Plate VJT (£3 17/6> Is guaranteed against Breakage or Defect of any kind for 3 years. Complete Upper and Lower Sets, £5 5/, £6 6/. and £7 15/. TT OW E V \7y ALK BR, CORNER. OPPOSITE D.S.C. M X - J. M AETIN ' SURGEON DENTIST, KARANGAHAPE-ROAD, : HAS REMOVED TO HIS SEW BOOMS, in the NEW NATIONAL BANK BUILDINGS. KAEASGA HAPK-EOAD. Crown and Bridge Work a Speciality. Painless Extractions under the latest process. All Fees Moderate, and all Work Guaranteed. Telephone 1096. T> TJ> T> R I l> G M A X , DENTAL SURGEON, (By Exam.), (Late with A. M. Carter) CORNER DOMINION AND VALLEY RDS. MI. ROSKILL. Phone 1385. M 415 i T7AREE COOKING DEMONSTRATION on • -*? Perfection Oil Stoves, Scones, Calces, etc., baked while yon wait, Tuesday, Wed--1 j neßttny, Thursday Afternoons, 2 to 5.— Walter Lainbourne, Three Lamps, Fonsooby

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

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