RAILWAY NOTICES ]N EW 2^ EALANI) always. ANNIVERSARY DAY. JANUARY 29. 1935. EXCURSION TICKETS. HAMILTON REGATTA AND CARNIVAL. On TUESDAY, January 29, cheap Return Tickets at Zone Fares (including Is in each case for admission to Regatta) will be issued from the undermentioned, stations to Hamilton by Special Train leaving Auckland for Hamilton at 7.42 a.m. t Return fares are as follows: Second First Class Class h. d. s. d. Auckland, Newmarket. Remuera, Green Lane, Ellerslie. Penrose, Otahuhu. Papatoetoe. Mauurewa. Papakura .6 0 8 0 Pukekohe und Tuakau . . 4 6 6 0 Mercer, Te Kauwhata and Eangtriri 4 0 5 0 Ohinewai and Huiilly .. _ . - 3 0 3 6 Taupiri and Ngaruawahia ..2 6 3 0 These tickets are availabla for return only by Special Train leaving Hamilton for Auckland 7.10 p.m. Day Excursion Tickets, plus la for admission to Regatta, will be issued to Hamilton from Rotorua, Paeroa and intermediate stations on direct line of route by trains due 'to arrive at Hamilton not later than 12.53 p.m. _ HELENSVILLE A. AND P. SHOW. Day Excursion Tickets will be issued to Helensville from Auckland and intermediate etations and to Helensville South from Maungaturoto and intermediate stations by trains due to arrive Helensville not later than 12.45 p.m. TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. A U CKL AND-HELE N S VILLE .—The following trains will NOT run:— 6.30 a.m. Henderson-Auckland. 7.18 a.m. New Lynn-Auckland. 4.10 p.m. Helensville-Auckland. 6.40 p.m. Henderson-Auckland. The 8.40 a.m. Auckland-Opua Express, in addition to making the übuol stops, will also • stop at Helensville South (Showgrounds) to set down passengers. The usual 11.5 a.m. Auckland-Henderson train will run to Swanson. The usual 12.11 p.m. Henderson-Auckland train will leave Swanson at 12.4 p.m., Henderson 12.13 p.m. The usual 3.40 p.m. Auckland-Henderson train will leave Auckland at 3.27 p.m., Newmarket 3.35, Mt. Eden 3.43. Avondale 3.58. Henderson 4.24, arriving Swanson 4.33 P.m. Usual 5.8 p.m. Henderson-Auckland train will run from Swanson, leaving Swanson at 4.58 p.m. A train will leave Helensville for Auckland at 5.55 p.m., Wqdtakere 7.0, Henderson 7.21, Avondale 7.42, Mt. Eden 7.57. Newmarket 8.4, arriving Auckland 8.9 p.m. Stops at all etations if required. AUCJi.LAND-FKAiNIv.XON JN. - HAMILTON.—Xiie lollowing trains will NOl' run; —6.1.1 a.m. .f apaKura-iiuckland, 7.15 a.m. Auckland-Papatoetoe. 7.20 a.m. JiuntlyFrankton Jn., 8.5 a.m. Papatoetoe-Auckiand. 4.20 p.m. Auckland-t'rankton Jn., 5.25 P.m. Auckiiuid-Papakura. and 6.4 a p.m. UtahuiiuAuckland. Li addition to the ordinary trains, a Special Train lor HAMJLIOiN will leave Auckland 7,42 a;m.. iNewixiarKet 7.50. Remueia 7.55, Otahuhu 8.14, Papatcetoe 8.20. Papakura 8.36, i J ukekohe 8.58, Mercer 9.35. Huntly 10.21, Ngaruawaliia 10.4 X, i'ranktoa Jn. 11.2, Hamilton arrive 11.7 a.m. The return train for Auckland will leave Hamilton at 7.10 p.m. and ruiikton Jn. at 7.24 p.m., Auckland arrive 10.45 p.m. These trains will stop, if required, for passengers at Newmarket Jn.. Remuera, Green Lane. Ellerslie, Penrose, Otahuhu, Papatoetoe. Manurewa, Papakura, Pukekohe, Tuakau. Mercer, Te Kauwhata. Rangiriri, Ohinewai. Huntly, Taupiri, Ngaruawallia, and Frankton Jn. The usual . 7.4 a.m. Auckland-Otilhuhu train will leave Auckland 7.10 'a.m. and run correspondingly later to destination. A train will leave Auckland for Frankton Jn. at 5.25 p.m.. Racecourse 5.45, Papakura 6.18, Pukekohe 6.50. Tuakau 7.2, Mercer 7.29. Te Kauwhata 7.51, Huntly 8.16, Taupiri 8.25. Ngaruawahia 8.36. arriving Frankton Jn. 8.55 p.m. •This train will, if required, stop for passengers at Newmarket, Green Lane, Racecourse Platform. Manurewa, Papakura and all stations south thereof. The usual 5.26 p.m. Auckland-Papatoetoe train will leave Auckland at 5.28 p.m., Newmarket 5.36, Racecourse 5.47, Penrose 5.53. Otahuhu 6.1. Papatoetoe 6.8, arriving Papakura 6.31 p.iji. The usual 5.27 p.m. Auckland-Otahuhu (via Orakei) train will run to Papatoetoe. A train will leave Papakura for Auckland at 6.40 p.m., Otahuhu 6.59. Panmure 7.9. Auckland arrive 7.25 p.m. Stop at all stations, Otahuhu to Orakei inclusive. WAIUKU BRANCH.—The usual 10.15 a.m. Paerata-Waiuku. 8.50 a.m. and 3.55 p.m. Waiuku-Paerata trains will stop at the Sportsground (between Patumahoe and Mnuku) for passengers. The usual 5.30 p.m. Paerata-Waiuku train will leave Paerata at 6.45 P.m. (after arrival of 5.25 p.m. Auckland-Frankton Jn. train). Waiuku arrive 7.35 p.m. " GLEN AFTON BRANCH.—The usual 4.10 p.m. Rotowaro-Huntly, 5.35 p.m. Huntly-Pukemiro, and 6.30 p.m. PukemiroHuntly trains will NOT run. A train will leave Huntly at 8.25 p.m. (after arrival of 5.25 p.m. Auckland-Frank-ton Jn. and 7.10 p.m. Hamilton-Auckland trains). Glen Afton arrive 9.5 P.m. This train will stop at all stations, if required, for passengers. / FRANKTON JN. - ROTORUA-PAEROA LINES.—The usual 3.40 p.m. Frankton Jn.Paeroa train will leave Frankton Jn. at 5.32 p.m., Hamilton 5.40, Morrinsville arrive 6.30 p.m., depart 6.45 p.m. (after arrival of the 5.53 p.m. Frankton Jn.-Rotorua train), Te Aroha 7.30 p.m., Paeroa arrive 8.5 p.m. The usual 5.53 p.m. Frankton Jn.-Rotorua train will leave Frankton Jn. at 5.53 p.m.. Hamilton 6.0 p.m., and will be accelerated to leave Morrinsville 6.43 p.m., Matamata 7.25, Putarnra 8.10 Mamaku 9.15, arriving Rotorua 9.46 p.m. ZEALAND RAILWAYS. HELENSVILLE SHOW. JANUARY 29. On January 29 trains leave Auckland for Helensville at 6.51 a.m.. 8.40 a.m. and 10.0 R Return trains leave Helensville for Auckland at 3.51 p.m.. 5.55 p.m. and 8.45 P.m. I The 8.40 a.m. Auckland-Opua Express, in : addition to making the usual stops, will also : stop at Helensville South (Showgrounds) to I set down paseengera. , , . Day Excursion Tickets will be issued to Helensville from Auckland and intermediate 'stations, and to Helensville South from Maungaturoto and intermediate etations. by trains due to arrive Helensville not later than 12.45 p.m. EXAMPLES OF RETURN FARES. From— 2nd Class Ist Class 6. d. s. dl. • Auckland ~ ..43 63 Mt. Eden .. ..40 60 Avondale .. .. 3 6 5 6 Henderson .. , .. 2 9 4 6 Maungaturoto ..5 9 8 6 Low fares, in proportion, from intermediate stations. PROFESSIONAL NOTICES LIGHT Ray Clinic.—Treatment of Nervous, Physical, Rheumatic Conditions, consultations free. —Miss E. K. Lane, Reg. Masseuse, 515 Dilworth Bldg. 46-324. IGHT Ray Clinic.—Modern Slimming Methods, Health Maintained by Ray Baths, Massage, Electric Blankets: evenings by appointment.—46-324. 515 Dilworth Bldg. MEULI. P.— Endocrinologist. Specialises Gland Treatment. Backward, Nervous. Weakly, 111-nourished Children; Mental. Nerve Gland Disorders.—Southern Cross ChancerySt. IITcLEOD ~CRAIG, Magnetic Healer, IVI Psycho-Therapeutist, treats Nervous Breakdowns, Stomach Troubles; success certain. —St. Kevins Arcade. ISS MILLER, Colon Irrigation. Foam Bath, Skin Conditions, Rheumatism, Neurit!?, Colitis,. Debility, Obesity, loxaemia. Blood Pressure. Insomnia.— Brooklyn. Phone 45-593. PATIENTS having my treatment are rewarded with instant improvement - Donald Blackie. D.C., M.N.Z.A.C.A., The Vyne." Svmonds St. Spinal Analysis. 30aNURSES AND NURSING HOMES AROHA, 53 Epsom Ave—Every Care and Comfort for Convalescent or Elderly; elevated: garden: fees moderate.—Phone 13-184. T ONSDALE Convalescent Home. —Sunny JU verandah: diet considered: good nursing attention. Sister. Kelsall. 24 Pah Rd.. Epsom. Phone_ 20-618. REST Homo for Elderly People and Semi r Invalids, few vacancies.—2 Pukenui Rd., Epsom. Phone 21410. CJT. HELIERS Convalescent Home. O Sisters Mandeno and Phillips, „03 St Heliers Rd. Phone 17-755 Bus passes door. TjVHE Sanatorium. Morrinsville. for chest JL diseases; modernised; X-ray installed. guineas weekly, including medical atten tion. CHIROPRACTIC AM and V. HART, Palmer Graduates, • Members N.Z.A.C.A.. 407 N.Z. Insurance Bldg., Queen St. 45 : 278. BARR AND BARR. Paimei- Graduates. Members N.Z.A.C.A.. A.M.P. Buildinj Bnnk St.. Whangarei Phone 2GOO /CHIROPRACTIC Institute Inc., Lionel Duggan, Principal, 43 Winstone Bldg; X-ray and Patho-Neurometer Service. Phone 44-929. : DUGGAN, Miss Freda, Palmer Graduate, Member N.Z.A.C.A,, Winstone Bldg.. Queen St. Phone 46-414. GILES AND GILES, Palmer Graduates, Members N.Z.A.C.A.. Dilworth Bldg.. Auckland; Princess St., Dunedxn. Phono 45-525.
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