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Messrs. C. W. Hursttouse, Engineer", in-Chief, and Robinson, Disttict; neer of the Roads DepartMent, wholiitf : : . been retired' under the* SiperennUAtjbp-i Act, were, says a Press gram, entertained at dinnerby the staff■«■• of the Department. Mr; Hutjthouse wai presented with a purse of sovereigns wid, Mr. Robinson with an illuminated i&'. : U dress. V ' ' '•' . At the monthly general meet\ngof>thi-r Richmond. Cruising Club" it, wai. decided to hold the general handicap 6ij April 24. The present season has been a very successful one, both as regards 'raciaj-S; and the •financinl pbsitioa of tht dub. The total receipts,. at present in'|"toii are over £30, which is quite a word one. The membership now totals \»Ter: 100. Entries ■> for the general handiep will be received on Wednesday April 21, at the club house, Cox's' Creefc^ Funny, things are ofttimes placed ,i , the overhead rack in the railway, riages. Probably, however, the one'abdlS to be related is a record. On'a-recent through trip from Wellington a thongt,t>i' ful mother noted the comfort of thr; hammock-like bottom- of the- rackj an( : ;•'■. came to the conclusion that it.vrou'4,- , make a nice sleeping place for'babyf' ' Whenever the little one became troublesome on the trip, it was wrapped up in a copy, of the "Star," and put away, ..„.■ in: the rack. ■ . ; Have you a cold and a cough with * t? - Stop them both by taking Stearjw' Win* of Cod liver Extract. It gete down t» : the root of the trouble! by strengthening | and invigorating the entire. , :eye**' n •:?, Correct style* in men's neglige shirty There'!? no end to the yarie,ty of sbp , , designs here. Have you seen cur**- , Geo. FowM«^~UA|

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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