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■ ■''■'"■ '■•MPPM-'-"-' , ;'' " v ." • C ITI ' ''OF-":'-.- AUCKLAND. BATTLESHIP FUND. His Worship the Mayor'of Auckland has pleasure lv convening a meeting of ladies, held in the City Council Chamber, oa MONDAY, 19th Instant, at 3 o'clock p.m., to consider the advisability of joining in the • movement for the Women and Girls of the a Dominion to make a freewill ollerins to v assist the Government (in however small a degree) in defraying the cost of the Battleship to be presented to the mother Country, , HENKY W. WILSON, : , Aprill3th r im. ' lOWnClerfc AUCKLAND CITY SCHOOLS' -tX- COMMITTEE. - -Annual Meeting of Householders for . Election of Committee will be held at St. • James' Hall, Wellington-st., on MONDAY aeth of April, at 8 p.m. Nomination Forme cau be obtained from the' Chairman (P M Meckay, Esq.), and must be returned to him at his Chemist's Shop, 7, "Wellesley-st li., not later than 8 p.m on MONDAY - l»th April, 1909. Forms may also be had [ from the Secretary (J. S. Small, 5, Selwynst., Ponsonby). ' - A U&TKALIAN Game.—Austral Football m C i ub Meetln S <* the above Club will be held TUESDAY, April 20th, at 8 p.m. AH Members and .intending Members are requested to meet at Higgins' I Boot Shop. Grey Statue.—P. CAIKNS, g Hon. Sec. 1 67 '- AUCKLAND GUOC3RS ASSISTANTS" a **■ UNION." l " A. Mass Meeting of the Workers in the '• Grocery Trade, Union and Non-union will be held under the auspices of the Union, in the Union Chambers, 28, Swanson-st. _ (top floor), on WEDNESDAY EVENING h NEXT, April 21st, at 7.30 p.m. sharp, when the present awaid v.'M be considered, and suggestions taken for a New Award. All workers are urged to attend. ARTHUR ROSSER, t . " Secretary. •DICSHMOND BOWLING CLUB. An Important Special General Meeting of all Members will be held In the Pavilion 5 on THURSDAY EVENING, April 22nd, at 7.30 p.m. ■ 5 C. H. TOMLINSON, 1 Secretary. mHE X X AGUE. 1 A MEETING OF THE MEMBERS will be held in the FEDEBAL. HALL, WELLESLET-ST., on THURSDAY NEXT, 22nd lust, at 8 p.m. MR. C. P. MURDOCH, Chairmen, will preside. . i A Full Meeting Is desired, and every a Member urgently requested to attend. Object: To Consider Selection and Approval . of Candidates for Election to the City J Council. f The Selected Candidate* frill be In at--1 tendance. rnAUPIRI COAL MINES, LIMITED. I Notice is hereby given that the Annual Ordinary General Meeting ol the Xauplrl Coul Mines. Limited, will be held in the Chamber or Commerce, Swamon-st, Auckland, oa MONDAY, the Mth day of Aurll, 1609, at 2 o'clock p.m. • BUSINESS: -, V To receire Statement of Accounts for is the 12 months ended Marcu 31st, 1909, to Elect Xwo Directors Mud au Auditor. The Transfer Books of the Company will . be Closed from the 19th April to the 26th April, 1909, both days inclusive. J. FOTHEBINGHAM, Secretary. By Order of the Board. r "pAKUOANGA HUNT CLUB. v ' •- '■ - . .. . / The Annual General Meeting of Members ; will be held at the Haymarket, AJbert-st., t on the 23rd met, at 2.50 p.m. J Business: I To receive Report and Balance-sheet and Elect Officers for Ensuing Season. B. P. KINLOOH, - Hon. Sec. P.H.C. AUCKLAND AGRICULTUBAL ASSOCIATION. 3 CONDEMNED STOCK INSURANCE. A Meeting of Graziers and other* interested In the establishment of an Insurance Fund for Condemned Stock will be held at ? the Association's Office, 16, Hall of Com- - merce, Hlgh-st, on FRIDAY, "J3rd Inst., at • 1.80 p.m. All interested are invited to attend. EDWIN HALL, Secretary. [ April 17tn. 1909. USTBALIAA' MUTUAL PKOVIDENT ■SOCIETY (Established 1849). SIXTIETH ANNUAL MEETING. Notice Is hereby given that the Sixtieth ■ Annual Meeting of the Members of this • Society will be held in the Hall of the Young Men's Christian Association, - Bathurst-st., Sydney, at 2 o'clock In the > afternoon of FUIDAY, llth May, 1009, for • the purpose of— 5 1. Receiving the Report of the Directors ~ on the business of the Society for the year ended 3ist December, 1906. 2. Electing two Directors in lieu of Senator the Hon. J. T. Walker and Benjamin Short, .Esq., who retire In terms of Bylaw XVI., but are eligible for ro> , election. ■ ?. Electing an Auditor In lieu of William H. Perry, Esq., F.C.P.A., who retires , in terms cf Bylaw XXVIII., but is eligible for re-election. 4. Declaring .the amount of divisible surplus for the year ended 31st December, .1009. Senator the Hon. J. T. Walker and Benjamin Short, Esq., are the only duly qunli--1 nod members' who have given the requi- • «lte notice that they are candidates for t the vacivnt seats on the Board. • William' H. Perry, Esq.. F.C.P.A., is - thfr only duly qualified member who has ■ given the requisite notice that he Is a. candidate for the office of Auditor. By order of the Board. . ■ j niCHARD TEECE, ■ General Manager. - Head Office, 87, Pitt-st., Sydney, loth April. 1900.' DIVIDENDS. » rpHB SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE \ COMPANY, LIMITED, i \ An Interim Dividend of 1/8 per Share for the Half-year ended 28th February, 1909, Iβ now payable. Shareholders can . obtain Warrants on application at the Com- > pany's Office. By order of the Board. \ JAMES KIRKER, , General Manager. Auckland, Cth April, 1009. - , . TO I/ET. i mo LET, to lady, Furnished Room in '-*- superior home, Mt. Roskill; handy to cars.—Address at Star Office. 191 mo LET, Welllngtou-st., near Hobson-st" „ J- 4-roomed Cottage, with bath aud wasli - house; good yard; 12/.—Apply Star Office. \ ... -'■ ■■ -••-- -■■'■■■•.■'■ .- ' .179 rpo LET, Family Residence, furnished,7 .-»- rooms, bathroom, etc.; corner Pitt and i Vincent sts., City.rrApply W. Kaue, 185. i Iloueon-fit. : jgj r mo - LET, furnished,.Mt. Roskill, 0 Rooms \ - 1 - and conveniences; 30/; also superior t 5 Rooms, Ponsonby, water-frontage.—Alf . Walker, City Chambers. ' igo r T°. L PJ, at . ut - Edea, portion of Hpuse, * I . n £ l "? ta s. t ? r<, tlont r °oin«, with nee of furnished dining-room, . kitchen, bath, waghhouee, etc.; no cnJldreol—Beply

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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