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PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, Etc. >. -M-OBT-HEBK- STEAM WHIP «*•> COMPANY, LIMITED." THURSDAY, Bth, GOOD FRIV DAY, 9th,. and EASTER MONDAY. 12th, TRIPS. • (Wearier and Other Circumstances Per mitting.) EASTER FARES. , THAMES, PAEROA, AND COROMANDEL. Excursion Fares will be issued to and . from Thames, Paeroa, and Coromanael, J from SATURDAY, 3rd April, until MON- . DAY, 12th April, both days inclusive. Tickets available for one month from date • of issue. YyHANGAREI AND TTAJIO OPRINGS. The S.S. AUPOURI will leave Auckland I on THURSDAY, April Bth, at 8 p m Saloon Return Fare, 20/. Available for one month from date of issue. Steamer leaves Whangarei every day except Sunday. ' QOOD F RIDAYv, A P RI L 9t JJOT gPRINGS. - S.S. DAPHNE 9.30 a.m. Leaving Walwera on return trip at 4 p.m. I Return Fare, 3/. J£AWAU TSLAND. S.S. KAPANUI 9.15 a.m. , Leaving Kawau on return trip at 4 p.m. Return Fare, 3/. ; gUNDAY. A PR!L 11( 1909> THAMES FORESTERS , SPORTS. (HELD MONDAY. APRIL 12th.i The P.S. WAKATERE will leave Auek- ; land on SUNDAY, the 11th April, at 530 ■ p.m.. and leave Thames on return trip en Monday night at 10 p.m. Saloon Return Fare. f>l. Available to return up to Tuesday, 13th. E ASTER jypXDAY, A FRIL -JJ2 1900 CO WES BAY, WAIHEKE S.S. NGATIAWA " 9 a . m . • Leaving Waiheke on return trip at 4 p.m. Return Fare, 2/. gAY, T^AIHEKE. S.S. AVAIOTAHI 9 a . m . Leaving Walbeke on return trip _ . at 4 p.m. Return Fare. 2.. gPRINGS. ; S.S. CLANSMAN 9 am Leaving Waiwera on return trip •--t. i p.m. • ■ Return Fare, 3,'. JTAWAU TSLAND. S.S. NGAPUHI 9. 15 am . Leaving Kawau on return trip _ "t -1 p.m. Return Fare.. 3.'. QOROMANDEL QPORTS. EASTER MONDAY. APRIL 12, 1309 S.S. APANUI 8 a . m Leaving Coromandel on return trip at 10.30 p.m. Saloon Return Fare. 7/0. QRDER COURT PRIDE OF ONE. I ANNUAL PICNIC AND SPORTS. I ONE-TREE HILL DOMAIN. J TOASTER jIjTONDAY. 1 ADMITTANCE FEEE. PROGRAMME OF OPEN KVENTS. 100 YARDS MAIDEN — Trophy, value 35/. Nomination I.'. 75 YARDS OPEN HANDICAP — Ist, £2 10, ; second. 10/. Nomination 2/6. 100 TAKDS OPEN HANDICAP — Ist, £2 IV: 2nd, 10.. 100 YARDS FRIENDLY SOCIETIES - Trophy value £2. Nomination 1 6. 75 YARDS OPEN FORESTERS' HANDICAP — l*t.. Foresters' Sash; 2nd, Tronliv. Nomination L\ XomlnatiouE. with past two years" performances, close at Metropolitan Hotel. Auckland, and Watts Bros.. Groceis, Onehunna. Nt l> p.m.. TO-NIGHT. No nomination will be accepted without the lee accompanying nomination. Handicaps will appear WEDNESDAY, 7tb April. MONDAY NIGHT — A PROGIJESSIVE EUCHHE PARTY and DANCE will lie held iv the. Foresters' Hall, Ouehunga. at S p.m. Admissiou, Gents. 1/6 Ladlee V. W. A. WORRALL. Eprom, Sec. EORTICUtTTIRAI. SHOWS. \ UCKLAND TTOKTICULTVKAL QOCIETY. Owing to the extremely unfavourable season, and the consequent shortage of blooms, the Autumn .Exhibition intended to be held loth and ISth Inst., has been abandoned. W. WALLACE BRUCE. Secretary.. AUCTIONS. \yEDNESDAY, \ PRIL IJ AT 2 O'CLOCK. Iβ O "V EIL S T " pO^SO^E^rr\ ATANDENO JACKSON Instructed by the owner, will Sell by PubMc Auction at their Kooins, Customs-st. E., on tne above date:— THAT HIGHLY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF 7 ROOMS AND CONVENIENCES: drawing-room 14 x 12, dining-room. 15 x 10 x 11.6. kitchen 15 x I 11.0; Orb range; scullery, bathioom. etc.: 4 fireplaces: section. ,'iKft frontage to O'Neilst., by a depth of nrrr. la'ia out in gardeu. etc.: splendid lidw of upper reaches of the ' HarDiur. : The Property is Flagged. p O' U N T R V <a A L E S. ' WELLSF'ORD—MONDAY. April 5. ' KAIPARA FLATS—TUESDAY. April 6. HKLENSVILLE—WEDNESDAY. April 14. . POKENO— MONDAY. April 19. I PUNCIMAN—WEDNESDAY. April 21. PUKEKOHE EAST—Clearance Sale of Mr W B. Bayly's Live and Dead Stock— SATURDAY. April 24. PUKEKOHE—MONDAY, April 26. ALFRED BUCjGXAND AND SONS Auctioneers. TJI'LBS tSTTIL-S -— "DULBS Snle of above postponed until May 12, at 12.15 p.m... when Oftftn STRONG .TECOMA PLANTS _i\;uu will be sold. "\TOKTHCOTE — TWO BEAUTIFUL VILLA. ALLOTMENTS, situated within ' ll'iiulns.' walk from wharf. It would be i rliflicult to tind 2 More Valuable and Delightful Budding Sites In this popular subi urh. To be sold on MAY 12, ct 1 p.m., at Auction Mart. HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS; well laid out grounds of 1 acre, at XORTIICOTE, near wharf. Price. £1250. Full particulars— •^yAITEMATA'•-pVRtnTGROWEB.S- /COOPERATIVE QOCIETY. ' J. S. TOKAB, Auctloneeii.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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