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ABCUSEMENTS. . (Q,;H Q,B 'A--.1..;,-; ''.': ',:''- : ;.yj- ; A.LP. y. .;' ' Direction of .J.'and'N. .Tait. 1 TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) ; . EVENING (SATURDAY). '."■-,' ' -■■■■■■■;■■ •■' •■' . -■'. •. -1 . :■■ i THE : ■■'---. ROYAL WELSH' MALE CHOHV "' <£ ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR . ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR. . . ROYAL WELSH MALE CHQIB Will give their Final Concert In New Zea- . land - prior to their, departure - for Australia "' on Monday, 19th April.' £ POPULAR PROGRAMME r , . POPULAR pitOtrRAMME POPULAR PROGRAMME :.! ;-:•' -And . . , . i . , - S2ESHS PKJ CES. POPULAR PRICES. ~ POPULAR PRICES. POPULAR PRICES. Reserved Seats, 3/ (no booking fee). 2/. and.One,Shilling (no Early Doors). Box Plan at Wildman and Arey's. Day Sales H.M. Cafe. ... ' COLIN CAMPBELL, Manager. TRANCING— Mr. T. W. Robson opens his ■i-* Friday Nights' Class In Federal Hall, Wellesley-sL on FRIDAY NEXT, Aprii 16th. Heley's Orchestra. .41 ATBXETIC SPORTS. Q.RAND QARNiyAL FANCY COSTUME CRICKET MATPTT TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON.' ■ODEN T>ARK.' ... , .f AHK. THROWING'THE CRICKET BALL CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUCKLAND CRICKET CLUB'S RELAY RACE.' 2 100 YARDS, 220 YARDS, AND ONE MILE AMATEUR HANDICAPS Afternoon Tea Procurable on Ground., enlist Event, 2.15 p.m. sharp ADMISSION, 1/. J. H. BUCKLAND, Hon. See. i jyWEItAL NOTICE. ißt, VV T ? ,YABt> LODGE. &S& Sfrg lOOF - Members of the abova Lodge are requested to attend, the Funeral of our late Bro. H. > DUDLEY, which will leave his late residence, Lorne-st:, TO-MORROW (Saturday), at 3 p.m., for Waikaraka Cemetery. Brake will leave the Lodge. Room at 2.30 p.m. Members of sister Lodges are invited to attend. H. A. MILES, Secretary. ) ' = VOLUNTEER NOTICES. AUCKLAND HIGHLAND RIFLES. A Meeting of the Company will be.held in the Lecture Rpom, Drill Hall, on MONDAY, the 19th insL, at 8 p.m._' 1 Business —' Confirmation of Election of 2 Officers. ' J. M. MELVILLE. Hon. Sec. ELECTORAL. JJOROUGH OF NEWMARKET. ANNUAL ELECTION - OF MAYOR. In pursuance of "The Municipal Corporations Act, 1008," "The Local Elections aud Polls Act, 1908." and the Amendments thereof,. Notice is hereby given that the Annual Election of Mayor for the Borough, will take place.ou WEDNESDAY, the 2Sth day o! April. 1909.-,- , .; Nomination Papers duly, signed-will be received at the Borough Office, Newmarket, uatUcNoori of WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of- April. 1009. ' A Deposit of Ten Pounds must be made with each Nomination. WM. HOGG. , .Returning Officer. • Newmarket. 13th April, 1009. , '■ _L QVIY COUNCIL ELECTION. MR. P. J. NERHENY Will be pleased to meet his Friends and Supporters in the PONSONBY HALL, . TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) /EVENING, April 17th, at 8 ojclbck. ' To Form a Sub-Committee to • further his Cnndidature. 28 ■pOROUGH OF GREY LYNN. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. : TO THE ELECTORS. Ladles and Gentlemen, ', At the request of a large number of ' the Electors, I have pleasure in announcing • to you that I am a Candidate at the forth- . coming Election as a- Councillor. Should - you -do mc the honour to return mc as one - of the number, 1 will use my best en- , deavours to forward the Borough's interests. . Yours faithfully, Ml. 3. BENNETT. ' -pUKEKOHE WEST ROAD DISTRICT. C ~" ANNUAL ELECTION. Nomination of Candidates to Fill Three '■' Ordinary Vacancies on the Pukekohe West v Road Board will be received by the undersigned,, at Mr Joseph Tetlcy's Residence, Pukekohe, until, noon on SATURDAY. 24th April, 1900. 8 A Poll, if necessary, will be taken at the Board's Office, on SATURDAY, Ist May; JOSEPH TETLEY, 2 ....... Returning Officer. • mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF RA.TEy 1 - PAYEES of the above District will be - held in the Board's Office, Pukekohe, on : FRIDAY, 7th May, 1909. • •-■ JOSEPH TETLEY, - Pukekohe, April 16th, 1909. .'' ■■' I JIOAD BOARD. i. Nominations to Fill Three (3) Vacancies • " <? e ?£ Te Bonrd ™ m be recplv«l by mc - in the Library Hall, on THURSDAY Aiirti 29th, between the hours of at a m and i* rioou. .... . A Poll (if necessary), will be taken In tho ' HSf7» Ball 25 THURSDAY. May 6th. 1909, between the hours of 9 a.m. aud 6 i Annual Meeting of the Ratepayers J will bo held in the Library Hall Walnu • on May 6th, at 7 p.m. . ' I . . ALEX. W. McKAY. I Clerk and Returning Officer. ) April 15th/1900. ''■~.' JJ UN U A ROAD BOARD. Nominations of Candidates to fill three r ordinary vacancies on the above- Board will be received by mc at the Hunua School by Noon, SATURDAY, May Ist. ' - LIiUOI °y A Poll, if necessary, will be taken at the Hunua Public Hall on FRIDAY Mnv 7tb ' 1909. . ' ,lv ' B. C. CLIMO, i Returning Officer. - Hunua, April 16th, £909. ! ' j ASSESSMENT COURT NOTICES. , J± " S E S ' S:M E NT C ° D R T--1 BOROUGH OF BIRKENHEAD; >' Notice is hereby given that the Sitting of the above Court appointed'to be held i? n r a.m. on MONDAY, 19th April; will stand adjourned from day to day until the 10th 1 day of May, 1909, at U a.m. .. ' ' HENRY H. G. RALFE, ; , '. • Clerk of Assessment Court: "' '"tr'dtJ'JJ''fil«B&& will be delighted to get a ■*- copy of the ••Illustrated Guide to Auckland." obtainable at the -Star" Offlce and 90. Stationer.. Ptlct 2/.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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