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THIS DAT. r€r rVr^WionfinmrChina. Straits Bet-t'emfc-f. Philippine Islands. Aden, t-uez, ■Mediterranean rorrs. Continent of Eulope, and United K-ingdoni, via Suez, at b FV.r P Cape "Colon.T. Natal. and other ScTTtfa African States, at 6.45 p.m. For Australian Suites and. :New Caledonia, at 7.45 p.m. p or >pt\- "Plymouth and Southern Offices, also Napier and Gisbdrne, at b -=~> p.m. Money orders at i p.m. Recistered letters for tmtedKmg com and Foreign Countries, ar. p.m., for Australia at 6.45 p.m. Mail will be doe in London. May 11For Tnrna. FaeroaT Waihi. and Te Aroha. per Waiinarie. at 7.45 p.m. For Marsden Point. Parua Bay. Whangarei He'ids ■\Yaipn. Mangapai, Whaiisarei, Kanio.' Hiknrangi. Kauri. Ttbakapara, acd Hukerenui. per Ngapuhi. at 7.4-' i p.m. For Port Fitzroy. XTnangapara. Trypheaa, Gkupu. Awanga, and Oktwi, per Apanui, ar 7.-0 p.m. For Leigb. llangawai. and Kawau Island, per Kawsn. at 7.45 p.m. for New Plymouth and Southern Office?. gl>o Napier and Gisborne, per Train, at £.±5 p.m. THURSDAY. April S. 1909. For YTaiivera aud Kawau Island, per Gael. at 5.4-5 a.m. For llaiakana and Mullet Point, per Kotiti, at 12.15 D.m. For Atvaroa, Coives. rnromandel. and Cabbage Bay, per Daphue. at 12.45 p.m. For Rairene, Kohutohu. Oinapere. Opononl. and Koura per Claymore, at 1.10 p.m. For New Plymouth tas far Fouth as Wantannii. per Karawa. at 1.10 p.m. F'TT Thames, per Vi'akatero. at 2.30 p.m. , For Capt. F. Colberk. Sandspit. Kaiaua. and Mirands. per Hirere. at ?..4"> p.m. 1 Foi Tauraaga. Te Puke, and 'Maketu. per Apenui, at 3.45 p.m. For TVhancsparaoa and Wade, per Orewa. at 3.45 p.m. Wsiwera and Kawau Island, per SapaDui. at -5.45 p.m. For Kanrn. Hiknrangi. Kauri. Whatapara. and Hukerenui, per Nga liawa. ai fi.45 p.m. F"r Waipn. per Gael, at 7.45 p.m. For Turua. Paeroa. aud Te Aroha. per at 7.1.". p.m. For Tr-roma-ndel au'l Cabaze Bar. per DaphD". at 7.45 p.m. F"r Thames, per Wakatere. at 7.45 p.m. F"r Maungaturoto. Rowsell's (via Waipui. Marrfen Point. V."aipu. Whansarri Head?. Parua Fay. Ja/rger. Limestone, Taurikura. yLa n^r;in;ii. W tmnsurei. KaoO. Kauri. Hikuranci. XgTinffnru, Poroti. Hukerenui, Towai. Ptihipuhi. Whakapara. Kawakaiva. Opaa. Russell, mate North. Ohaea-nai. Kaikohe. Ngawha. Waipapa. Kaen. Whangnroa:' Mxrngonxii. Te Ahuabu, Okaihaa. Utakura, Horeke. Kohnk°hu. Koutu. Opononi, Weka. Kaivema. Omapere. Waiotemarama. and "Waimatnakn. per Ngapuhi, at 7.45 p.m. For New Plymouth and Southern Offices, aiso Napier and Gisborne. per Train at 5.45 cm. POST OFFICE ARRANGEMENTS DURING EA.STER HOLIDAYS. Good Friday. Oth April, is to be observed &6 r. Sundaj-. Easter llonday. 12ih April, the Post oSee is to be open to the public in ali branches, esceptiup money order and say Ings bank, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Maiis usually despatched on Fridays are to be closed on Thursday night at 7.45 p m On Monday the mails usually despatehee on that day Trill close at S a.m. There *rill be a special clearance oi streei receivers, commencing at 5 p.m. or Thursday. _ Letters intended for despatch- by mail; Closing at S a.m. oa Monday should b< placed in street receivers before U..30 p.m o.i Sunday nieht. There will be no deliveries by lettenwelH Good^ Friday or Easter Monday Saturday, 'and. "will be*opprf fn' |B over-counter delivery on Thursday angamrday njjthts. between 7 and S p m S £ r " Irs , H e t° be observed in th. rnvate bos lobby ou Good Friday an' usual Hours on Easter Monday. F. D. HOLDSWORTH. Chief Postmaster.

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MAIL NOTICE., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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MAIL NOTICE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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