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BOARD AND RESIDENCE.

* A CCOJIMODATIOX for L' or .". Boanlers I •«•*■ wiih private family: (rood home; good laole; hot aud <-old bath: comfortable bed- ,^ ms i, 4mi "- ,valk Queeu-st.; soft washing; ,*/-~ Oa W n House, cor. Wynyard-st. and Grafton-rd., uear Choral Hall. M4o."> A LAIA, VJ(i7~ SYMONI) ."T, Boardin S Estab.. Id section: excellent table; modem conveniences; permanent*, 16/; others Uy arningement. A RNCLIFFi;. Too Symonds-st.- Vacnucles for boarders. Large Double Bed-.-ittingroom, suit married couple; also Young Lady to share room.-Mrs Thomson, Pro prietress. . g Corner Cook and Nelson y-J sts. — Vacancy for 3 chums; bath aud piano, under new management. Every home comfort. —Mrs Blyth. Proprietress. " rj_LE"NA~I7v"ON _r; PRIVATE HOTEL. VJ (Lote "Admiralty House.") Telephone, 1010. JERMYN-ST. OOD AiMimiinodallon lor 1 or 2 respectable Boarders; hot and cold water, balh. etc. - '_.T. Anglesea-st... I'ousouby. r>2 Llill'KSTKl! VILLA. «>. <."ollege-rd.—Ac-couinioil.-ition for 1 or 1' respectable men in private family; piano; bath; moderate terms. 72 L~ADY requires Bedroom a"iiTl~S!r!!n-rooiji with board, in private finally;" references exchanged; Mt. Eden. Lemu'era, Epsom. I'arne.l preferred.—Address Permuueiit. -'l:-:. Star Ollice. li, •7T\HE LIONs 7' T2. WE I.LESLEY-Sri\ -L WEST. 'Phone USS3. Telegrams "Lions." Miss Alison Mackenzie rpHE Abbey. Queeu-st. Oust past Tow a •*- Hall), first-class Accommodation for Boarders; lovely grouuds. Telephone 'J6U4. Mrs Stalnes. M 471 TO LET, Two Large Front Unfurnished Rooms, al! conveniences. —27, East-st., Newton. T IT LET. V rnfiirnlshcd Fr.Tul Rooms; conveniences.—No. 2\\ Great Xorth-nl. TO LET, 1 or 2 furnishc.l nr unfurnished Rooms.rpi-'ot- address apply Smilh. next Suffolk llt>le!. College Hii:. I'onsonby. ..>j rpo let; " 1;" rnfur'nlsbPi] Front"" liooiue. -L nil ennveniences.—AjipSy 2nd Uoush Stanwell-st.. Parueil, off G.adstone-rd. FpO LET 3 Empty Kooius-, private kitchen -1- and 'entrance; also ."> lluoms, Parueil. Rooms, all prices.—Mrs. llealeys Registry. Pitt-st. . __ . 3 " lVruianent Boarders, single V rums, IS/ per week, .-very convenience. Apply "Ooulburn Hi>u.-i'," 00, Cook-it., lUree doors from llobsuu-»!. _-> HrACANC'i for • - Boarders. In private V family: oniiiis.' walk in town.—Apply ■Star Otiice. ___» W/AXTEU. "J or a respeclable Boarders.VV Apply i>l, College Hill. Under new WANTED, Lioanl for lady and lntunt in VV Epsom or Remueia. IU-.ily to X.Y.Z., 107, Star uffi.-e. __7 V\7AXTED, a Respectable Working Man VV as boarder In quiet- family; private home; terms moderate—Apply star oiUee. \\ fANTEI), - respectable Young Men *V Boarders, private family; bath: every convenience.'-Ft.r adduces apply Goldle, Crocer. cor. Nelson and Wellington sis. ANTED, i.eulieuiau uml Wife as paying guesls In private family; comfortable home: gardeu, lawn; near tram; Epsom — Gentlewoman, ob 4, Star" Utncc. M4SO WANTED, by 1 or 2 young men. ii. and L. with private familj-. wume no chlldrei'; luiur town; m> or tew other boarders; Pro tcstaut.-Terms to Clerk. L'l,l, Star otfin , . 12 \T,7ANTED l>y married couple. Furnished "V Bed and Silting Room use of kiu-hen. in nice locality: Id section: out of Pousouuy iirt?ftri"oil Slu 1 c terms tv t'crumiic—.t, 1*.0., Pousouby. 311 -VrOt'XU frndesman, quiet, wants Board X und Lodgings lv private family, off Pousouby-rd.; single room. Address Eugllsh, 'Jl4. Star t.UUce. 10 G~LEXOSiIOND," Select Hoard and Residence. Gaood tabic. Flrat-clasa Chef. Mrs J. Ingram, Lower Symonds-st 'Phone 1349. M 174 Fα" oh a a'o ss i, ARKLE'S BAY. Boating, Fishing, Suudy BeachTERMS: 5/ per Oay, iV per week. Children, uuiler 12, 12,0 per week; under 7. 7/ per week. Steamers to aud from Auckland. Se& North v S.S. Co.'s Time-table in "Star." Week End, Saturday to Monday, B/. Steamer fare 5/ return. Wharf landing. . ARKLE BROS., Proprietors. Note the Address: a ride Bros. DENTISTK.Y. "CUI.SE rnEETII. FAIR FEES. EASY TERMS. Terfect Fitting. Finest Finish. r-Q Q/ Beautiful Teeth. 3~0 O/ very Superior Quality. Perfect Coullnri. Give Charmitij: Kxpresslon. LOOK BEST. LAST LONGEST. TTOWEY \VAI.KKR. ~ B R IDG MAN, DENTAL SURGEON, (By Exam.), (Late with A. M. Carler) CORNER DOMINION AND VALLEY RD3. MT. ROSKILL. Phone USo. M 415 — My T\KSTAL TJOOMS WILL BE CLOSED -at 1 o'clock Every Salu.dn.v. —RE-OPEN SATURDAY SUM-IT, 7 to 9. — Also Upeu Friday Evening, 7 to 9 o'clock. TTO WE V ry ALK XR, — CITY DENTIST. EDUCATIONAL. Q JOHN'S /COLLEGIATE QCHOOL. "THE PAH." BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Headmaster: THE REV. P. S. SMALLFIELD. Assisted by an Efficient Staff of Resident and Visiting Masters. Half Term begins on MONDAY, March 2i Telephone 729. M 312 LUHCHBOS AND TEA ROOMS. UE LOTOS LUNCHEON «ND TEA ROOMS. Partridge's New Buildings, Queen-st. (nrst floor). Cold Lunch, Stra\v r berries dnd Cream, Ice Cream. Morning and Afternoon Tea. Rooms delijrhtfully cool. IN -pONSONBY. VISIT WILES , DINING, LUNCHEON, AXD TEA ROOMS. AFTERNOON TEA FOR LADIES A SPECIALTY. Kolc the Only Ai.'ilross: I VVILES, BAKER, WEST END BAKERY. THREE LAMPS. Phone 2612. PLEYEL PIANOS, Horizontal and Cpright. —• Sole Agents. English and : Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. — S. Coldlcutt, . Manager. I OR a Real Treat try our Lovely 1/6 Golden Tipped Ceylon Tea.—John Earle and Co., Direct Tea Importers, Qusen-Bt.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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