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) BOABD AlfP RESIDENCE. A CCOMMODATION for 2 or 3 Boarders ♦k, w i th P r| vate family; good home: good table; hot and cold bath; comfortable bedi'"° ms i 4lnln - walk Quee n -st: soft washing i»/.—Roslyn House, cor. Wynyard-st. and Grafton-rd., near Choral Hall. M 403 ALMA. 136, 7u> Board j°B Estab.. Id section: excellent tabic; modern conveniences; permanents, 16/; others by arrangement. A RNCLIFFE, 106, Symonds-st.-Vacan-cles for hoarders. Large Double Bedsittingroom, suit married couple; also Young Lady to share room.—Mrs Thomson Proprietress, g TJOARD and Residence or Furnished J-» Rooms to Let, to 1 or 2 gentlemen going to business.-Apply Star o>flice. 23 /SOOD Accommodation for 1 or 2""respect" V-» able Boarders; hot and cold water, bath, etc.—2i7, Anglesea-st,, Ponsonby. 52 T ADY requires Bedroom and Sittingroom, U with board, in private family; references exchanged; Mt. Eden. Remuera Epsom, Paruell preferred.—Address Peruianent, 21S, Star Office. jq 20, DUBLIN-ST (near Three Lamps, Ponsonby).—Private Board and Residence; terms, IS/. —Mrs. Campbell Proprietress. ' jjj rpo LET, Superior Furnished Double Bed- -»- sitting Room.—7o. Cook-et. West. 23 0 LET, 2 "Unfurnished Frnut Rooms; conveniences.—No. 20. Great North-rd. (near reservoir). 23 rpo LET, 1 <w 2 furnished or unfurnished -L Rooms.—For address apply Smith, next Suffolk Hotel, College Hill, fonsonliy. 50 mo LET. 44. Nelson-st. fourth, house off -L Vlctoria-st.. Nice Single and Double Rooms; suit business people; breakfast. If required; private family. ACAN'CT'ES —Permanent Boarders, single roms, 18/.per week, every convenience. —Apply "Goulburn House," 60, Cook-st., three doors from Hobson-st. 60 VACANCY for 2 Boarders, hi private family; Dmins." walk to towu.—Apply Star Office. 14 ANTED, 2 <Jr 3 respectable Boarders. — Apply 91, College HIH- Under new management. ANTED, by two young ladles. Beard and Itesidence;'terms moderate.—Reply A.M., 277, Star Office. 47 WANTED, a respectable Man as boarder in private family, single room, etc.; terms, 17/ per week.—Apply No. 1, Bath-st, Ponsonby. ANTED, iv private family, 2 Young Men to share room; hot and cold bath, with shower.—Takapuua, lictou-st.. Ponsonby. 31 ANTED, Throe Tradesmen Hoarders; flrat-class table: room overlooking harbour; nil new beds; terms, 16/6.—Apply Ponsonby-id. 7 ANTED] 2 respecuble Young Men Boarders, private family; bath; every convenience.—'For addavßS apply Goldie, • Jrocer, cor. Nelson aud Wellington sis. A/'OUXG Tradesman, yuiei, wants Board X and Lodgings in private family, uff Ponsonby-nl.; single room.—Address Eiiclish, 214. Star Office. 13 "07EEROOXA,' - NORTH fIKAO, VV DEVONPORT. Select Boarding Establishment. Conducted by the MISSES MILLS Tennis Court and Sea Bathing. Terms moderate U223 ICING'S pOURT pitIVATE TTOTBL, UPPER QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. M U P TTSUtIt, PKOrJili/lOK. This Hotel is very private, central, and convenient, surrounded by large and well laid-out grounds, and iv the healthiest part of the city. Tennis Court anu Gymnasium. Telephone 2256. THE OLD ESTABLISHED A R.KLB BAY HOUSE r WUANOAPAROA Beautiful sandy beach, native bush, lovely view, nahing, boating, bathlug, tennis; landed at vrhaxf; plentiful supply of spring water. Terms: Adults per week, 22/0, per day 4/; children undur 12, 10/6; horse hire 8/ half day, 5/ per day. Book with Northern S.S. Co.—Mrs. George Arkle, "Arkle Bay House" (private mail bag). M4lO TT- A W A U T S L A N D KAWAU ISLAND. TO AUCKLAND BUSINESS MEN. When jou ate run down, COME TO KAWAVi. the only Up-to-Date Seaside Resort this side ol the L.mc. The old order of things have changed. Every attention given to visitors. Under new management. A few vacancies for permanent boarders. EDWARD HALLETT, Proprietor. A 1441 QEASIDE RESORT. THE PLACE TO SPEND YOUR SUMMEiI HOLIDAYS. COWES BAY, WAIHEKE. Two and a-half hours' trip iv smooto water. Boating and balbiug in sheltered bay; splendid nshlug; tennis, croquet; dancing hall; boat swings for children; beautiful bush scenery; first-class table; oil launch and boats for free use of visitors. Steamers trl-weekly. Ring up "Oowes" Bureau lor Tariff. H. I. INSLEY, Proprietor. M 404 yyAIWERA TTOX gPRINGS TTOTEL. THE BRIGHTON OF AUCKLAND. ABOUT 21 HOURS BY STEAMER (See Northern S.S. Company's Time-tabie.) TARIFF: J/ PER DAY, £2 2/ I>EB WEEK - SPECIAL ROOMS BY _ AERANGEMEKT. Children under 12, Half-rates WEEK END TRIP OQ/ INCLUDING STEADIER FARE. Under management C. B. CAVE, Late Union S.S. Company's Service. Call for Booklet, with all particulars OFFICE, 22. SHORtLAND-ST. M4OB LOST AND FOUND. 9A/ REWARD.—Lost, between Princep*J\J/ st. and reservoir, Mounted George Sovereign.—Apply Xewdick's Store, Great North-rd. eg REWARD— Lost. Liver and White Spaniel Dog, collar 78 Newmarket —F G Bridges. Park-rd. c TOST, yesterday. Fox Terrier Pup.—Reward at Gleumore Dairy. Kingsland. 21 LOST, a Canary; reward.—Apply Mrs. Howe. Marlborough-st.. Mt. Eosklll. 5 TOST, Geld Cable Bracelet, between Milne ■*-* and Choyce's and United Service.—Reward, Milne any Choyce. 45 OST, about Tuesday or Wednesday, Gold Chain and Heart; reward.—For address apply Stiir Office. 10 OST on Wed. night, between St. Benedict'e Hall and Western Park, Gold Bangle.—Reward, apply Star Office. 19 LOST on or abont 11th. Tan end White Spaniel Pup; reward.— C. Wren. Pan-mure-rd., Otahuhu. Detainers will be prosecuted, is WOULD Lady whose child ivas ser-n picking up Blue Pram Quilt on Selwyn's Point, kindly return to Mrs Gane, Parnell. without further trouble? 18 FOUXD, straying between Penrose and Eiierslie, One Horse, with saddle and bridle: owner can have same by paying expenses.—Apply H. Hull. EMerslie. 34 rnRUTHFUL BEDSTEADS—Ours are J- Truthful Eedsteads that look you straight in the eye, because they know they are as good as they look, honestly made through and through, and choice qpt restricted. Prices attractive.—F. Prime, Ironmonger and Complete House Furnisher, Karangahape-rd. FOR a Real Treat try oar Lovely Vβ Golden Tipped Ceylon Tea.—John Earle tee St9>, $tr«cf T«» Ifttperttri, fI9,M»-J»«i

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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