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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909
1-. BOABP, AMD nSMTDEXCE. ;*7lj^.7 t iaßi SYMONDS-ST.—Residential ld ; section; .excellent I table, modern , conveniences; j>ermanents, lfl/; others by arrangement. ...'. .:■/;/. 90 ~A CquMMODATION for 2 or .3 Hoarders I i.^t,; 'Wh.prlvate. family; (ood borne; good ; table; "hot and told bath; comfortable Bed-; rooms; 4mln. *alk Queen-st.'j< soft iwashln?; | J_lTI Koi,l jn .House...cor. -Wynysrd-st. and i Graftpnra., near Choral Hall. M_os A VACANCY—Private Board and. ResTi if~ n^^-.8U »« le room; early breakfast;! I'M section.—M, Cook-st. -Terms. 16/7 4, "DOARDy and Kesldence-MJne or Two jp* Boarders, private home, single rooms; I bath, plaii6;.,nearyld section.—Moderate d-V-*. West-st;. .Newton. >. ' ';.:■ ' "|7iORI'SDA, , .' J; Corner Cook and Nelson sts.—Vacancy .for a chums; bath and piano;- under new management. Every home con-fort.-*M-S Blyth, Proprietress, j, S /ILBNALVON" PRIVATE HOTEL. VA (Late "Admiralty House.") Telephone, 101—. ' - JBRMYN-ST. jfTJOOD Accommodation for 1 or- 2 respectVA able B6ardersr"'_rot"* and cold water, bath,, etc.—37. Angleaea-st:,; Ponsonby. 52 M;C:WANT Immediately, Furdlghed Bed- • Sitting Room, or 2 smaller ones, conveniences.- —• Address, with terms, t0.8.H., 185, "Star" • Offlce, City,- or penny section. /■■■■■ --• - . ft: -ft. 1 173 "WB._. LiONS," TO. _ WELLESLEr^r: •Jm WEST. 'Phone 2588.. y Telegrams "Lions." 7 Miss Alison Mackenale THE Abbey, Queeu-.t. (Just past Tuwu I Hall). First-class Accommodation for Boarders; lovely grounds. Telephone 2884. Mrs-'-Stslne-y . .'.'•■ -ft-, -..,_ . M 471 f| — T-SIT,' Two- Larue Front 'Unfurnished i "Aft. ItoonlS.'All TSast-st, Seirton,' ~...,. •■ ■• ■ ■_"'-. ■■ . O LETT, .3 Large Unfurnished -.Rooms,:' with ;use of. kitchen iafce locality— 'Apply Btar. Offlce. .", ~ 74 rpo LET, Double Room,- furnished, suit !■*;.*_,> couple, two -trie—is; 19/.—V), Wyn-1 :yatd-«t.;- ott'GrafMn-Td. '*-■;' ;;ft 46 :fpp LET; ! Front Double A Bedrooni/Dlulng-foo'm; us«frout-room, plSno, kitchen.—App&rllO.qNewtou-rd. 2a rpo.; LET, 2 Unfurnished Front. Rooms, A all' convenience '2nd House Paruetl, off Gladstone-rd. 23 mo LET. Large Double Front. Furnished ', A:Bedroom;.2 gents .or 2 ladles.—34, Upper ,Queen-st., close,iNtfw.ton East• School.. ID rpo LET, Superior Double Bedroom, Use :A ' bath; piano; within 2d. section. Suit two friends.—Address F.S., P. Offlce, Ponsonby. r : .'/■.,// 7 . ": • m TO LET. Front Dout/ie Bedroom, Sittingroom; all cony.; penny-section;, terms moderate; suit married couple.—Apply Star, .Offlce. .. ;- ■ ' . ■ ■ ,- . •(Tip' UET, /Furnished 'Front Rooms or -A,. v __srge "Combined Room, close 'tram.— Ist house on. - right, ■ Brlsbane-st., Great *Nqr"»T«l.-.;..-;.. ■ ■:- 108 TO. LET, ,2., Fur, Rooms, djningroom. and . double bedroom; suit m.c; all conveniences; 7;_/*te*2ud. on right, ttsllway-sti, Newmarket..-,^;7 ~2ftftft.//"ft : 7-'7-7,,'_a. mO -LET, 2-nice Unfurnished Rooms, use' :Ai ' kitchen/and 'eon veniences; near reser--1 voir corner.—Apply -neit Phillips', Baker, Gt. ■ ■■ ■'■' ' -■■ : 'ft!i: Irno LET, 2 Unfurnished Balcony Rooms, ■A sepiirater copper;, tubs, bath; every convenience,, Xd section.—7B, Westst..jott. .Upper Qpeen.-st.. ...7.12 fpO LET, superior Furnished Balcony -Par-' -«■ lour Bedroom,- to business lady; every-' convenience; bathroom; Hoe central position; private family; moderate terms.— Address at Star ■Offlce. 30 WAN'i*ED,7.B6-d for lady und Infant ln Epsom 7or Remuera.—Reply to X.Y.Z., 167, Star Officer __J"T ANTED to Let, 3 Unfurnished Rooms li good locality; id section; Symonds-st. —Aduress'appiy Btar Oflice. ft 18 WANTED, by elderly lady. Furnished or. Unfurnished Room, with entire use of _Iteheu.—Adoress LB., Newton P.O. 87. WANTED, an unfurnlahed Room, by a. vyonng Ladyv- at- business- during the day, close to city.—Address X.8., 145, Stir Oiti-e.. 01; WANTED ut once, at Northcotc, near whart, for lady and 3 children, 1 or 2 j Furnished Rooms, wim conveulences.—Address E.P., Star Offlce. 21 WANTED, Gentleman and Wife as paying guests In private family; comfort-1 able home; garden, lawn; near tram; Epsom. — Gentlewoman, 084, "Star" Oflice. M 485 WANTED, Board uud Resideuce for m.c. and gent, friend, ln private family, use of private sitting room. At business during day. Terms mouerate. Mt. i_deu preferred, j —Rfeply V., 1-J2, Star OHl.c. u 1 WANTED, by m.c, "with~one child, Board and Lodgings for about sis moufchs, with respectable private family, where no other boarders kept; bed aud slttlngroom required; will, bring own furniture if necessary; will pay 20/ to 25/ weekly for each; child's expenses not included.—Address U.S., Newton i'ost Office. SO YOUNU tientiemau wants Lodgings In private family.—State terms to M.J., 134, Star Uffi-.. 23 "Q.LENOSMOND," s Select Board aud Residence. Gawd -table. First-class Chef. Mrs J. lusraiu, Lower Symonds-st. 'Phone 134 U. '"/ -U74 Xli o it. a o v a~~K AKKLE'S BAT. Boating,' 'Fishing, Sandy Beach. TERMS: -5/ fper day, 25/ per week. Children, under 12, 12/0 per week; under • -7,--7/ per week. Steamers to and from Auckland. See- North v S.S'.'Co.'s Time-table ia "Star." Week End, 'Saturday to Monday, 8/. Steamer fare 5/ return. Wharf landing. I AKIiLE BROS., Proprietors. Note the Address: -*rkle Bros. XT A W A U TS L A N D KAWAU ISLAND. TO AUCKLAND BUSINESS MEN. When you are., run down, COME TO KAWAU, the only Up-to-Date Seaside Resort this side of the Line. The old order of things have changed. Every attention given to visitors. Under new management. A few vacancies for permanent boarders. EDWARD HALLETT. Proprietor. M 441 LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Saturday. I*ug I'up, about four months old, from Grafton-rd. lteward. —157, Grafton-rd.- •■* ■ ' LOST, from near Remuera Station, One Ued and White Cow, in full milk.—: Reward. E. G. Churches. 80 LOST Saturday night, Queen-st. or wharf. Greenstone Heart on Pin; keepsake.--Finder please return same to M.1)., 169, Star Oflii--. 01 LOST, betweeu Ml, ■ Roskill and Penrose, Girl's Brown Coat. — Finder kindly leave nt Hambliu, Grocer, Newmarket, or Mrs Walls,-Penrose. Reward. Person who was seen taking a Lady's Umbrella from the Tivoli Theatre on Saturday Evening is requested to return the same to the Manager to save further itronble. 03 STRAYED from Park-rd., 14th lust., Spaniel Dog,-browu.head, white body, 2 brown- spots "near tall; collar 78, Newmarket. Anyone detaining same will he prosecuted.— V: J. Bridges. 10 OUXD, at Stanley Bay wharf, Black and Tin Terrier Bitch.—F., B0_: 335, Auckland. 43 I-.iT" v '— . ; CIONSCL.T ' TTILLIOTT ON I J AA «»| -C<KIN A INFECTIONS, riHESt AXD (3TOMACH mROUBI.ES. j Hundieds,of Auckland References. Cdnsnltiitlou Free. Hours: Id tn 1. S tn 5. . ! Evenings: Tuesduy and Saturday, 7.150 to 0. -, ■ ■/ J. A. ELLIOTT. City Chnicbers. Corner (yuccu nad Victoria st-., Auckland/
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909
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