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; BOARD AMP RESIDENCE. • CCOMMODATION for 2or 3 Boarders' f-r. WH* Private family; good home; good ronmi- i 0 , ana cold batn = comfortable bed•iß/ T> 4l ?- n - F alk Queen-st; soft washing CrnTT i yn House . cm- Wynyard-st. and Grafton-rd., near Choral Hall. - M 405 . X GOOD Home offered to quiet Wbrking- ' ri^r, m f n "T Apply secon a house on right, . Devon-st., Newton-rd. ' ■ T>OARD and Residence or Furnished . Z?< Rooms to Let, to 1 or 2 gentlemen ; going to business.—Apply Star Office. '.. 23 . (COMFORTABLE Home offered V,, man, superior house, quiet family, no - children; good table; piano;.bath; near cars; 18/.—l>l, ColUngwood-st. . ; j sM" C. can have nice Front Furnished Bedaix. room, use diningroorn and- kitchen, conveniences, no boarders or children.—4, i-urner-st., off Upper Qaeen-st. - 192 ' O-*i? LEIGH ' UPPERS SYMONDS-ST.— ; v-r p r i Vate Board and Residence for Ladies , and Gentlemen; Id section; opp. Bnch- , anan's. Confectioner. Terms moderate. ' 'Phone 1720.—Miss Costley. • rr\O LET, Superior Furnished Double Bed- ■ ■*- sitting Room.—7o, Cook-st. West. 28 rpo LET, 2 Rooms, partly furnished.— -*■■ Apply Mrs Everitt, Bxighton-rd., Parnell. IT\O LET, Furnished Bedrooms for.respect- -*- able young men; 3 uilus.' walk from G.P.O. . X! rpo LET, 2 ulue large Unfurnished Front ■*- Rooms; fireplace; use of kitchent-'mo-derate.—s2, Summer-st., Ponsonby. ■ 21 rpO LET, Furnished and" Unfurnished ,J- Rooms, every convenience, lovely har- ; bour view.—Apply to 61, Sale-street.; 32 rpo LET; 2~~Unfurnished Front Rooms, .J- fireplace, close to Id section; rent S/. ■ All conveniences.—Apply Cooper, 13, College Hill.. " 53 rpo LET, Double Front Bedroom; fireplace • - 1 - and gas; good locality; also, Single I Bedroom, 5 inlus from Reservoir.—Apply StoKOttice. V LET, 44, Nelson-st, fourth house off i -*- Vietorlu-st., Nice Single and Double Rooms; suit business people; breakfast, if required; private family. ! TX7AXTED, a nice Lnfnrnlshed Room in » ' good locality.—Address Urgent, 260 Star Office. 16 ANTED, Boarder, 16/ with board; 4/6 ";'Wlthout, in private family.—lo, Wake- , field-st., oppo. Grey Statue. . j 113 WANTED, by married couple. Furnished Room, Henderson, Swaonson, or'simi, : lar; with respectable people.—Apply Star ' Office. , 47 WANTED, in private family, 2 Young Men to share room; hot md cold , bath, with shower.—Takapuna, Plcton-st., , Ponsonby. . 31 ANTED, Three Tradesmen Boarders; first-class table; room overlooking har.bour; all new beds; terms, 10/U. —Apply 272, " 7 - TX7ANTED~j 2 Gentlemen Boarders to » » share room, or married couple; good I locality; near Id section.—Apply X.D.. 1 Newton P.O. 65 ' TX7ANTED, 2 respectable Young Men ' »» Boarders, private family; bath; every convenience.—'For address apply Goldle, ' Grocer, cor. Nelson and Wellington sts. ANTED by m.c, 2 Furnished Rooms and use conveniences within 2d section; also Accommodation for Pony and " Gig.—Terms to Urgent, ZXi, Star Office. 64 "TTTEEROONA," NORTH HEAD. I VV DEVONPORT. Select Boarding Establishment. Conducted by the MISSES MILLS. ' Tennis Court and Sea Bathing. Terms moderate 41225 • ttING'S pOUKX pRIVATE TCTOTBL, UPPER QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. . • A/T X 'C* TJBHJSK, PKOPiili!7J.Oll. This Hotel Is very private, central, and convenient, 'surrounded by large and well : laM-nur grbunCs.'auU- In■■■ tue part- ; of the city. Tenuis Court aud Gyiunasium: j Telephone 2256. I THE OLD ESTABLISHED 1 i BKLE BAY HOUSE, WHANGAPAROA 1 Beautiful sand 7 beach, native bush, lovely ' view, fishing, boating, bauilug, tennis; Jaud- • ed at wharf; pientlfui supply of water. Terms: Adults per week, 22/6, per day 4/; children under 12, 10/O; horse hire 3/ half day, 5/ per day. Book with Northern S.S. Co. —Mrs. George Arkle, "Arkle Bay ' House" (private mall bag). M4lu ■QEASIDB KESORT. ' THE PLACE TO SPEND YOUR SUMMEB > HOLIDAYS. 1 COWES BAY, WAIHEKE. ' Two and a-half hours' trip in smootn 1 water. Boating and bathing in sheltered : bay; splendid lishing; tennis, croquet; clunc- ' Ing hall; boat swings for children; beautiful bush scenery; tirsi-class table; oil launch [ aud boats for free use of visitors. Steamers . tri-weekly. Ring up " Cowes " Bureau for I Tariff. H. I. INSLEY, Proprietor. M 404 • JJ OT g PR INGS -g-OTEL. ' THE LOVELIEST AND PRETTIEST t PLACE FOR THOSE DESIRING A : HOLIDAY. Two and a-quarter hours' sail from Auckland. i • SPECIAL HOLIDAY TARIFF R / FOR WINTER MONTHS, W '. Beginning Ist April. PER DIEM. i Hot Mineral Baths, Swimming or Private at Reduced Prices. Sea Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Tennis, Croquet, Cricket, Bowling. Call at Office of the Company, 22, Short-land-street, for Booklets and all Information. ' Under the new Management of C. B. CAVE, late of Union S.S. Co. Ml2l I "*~ ' LOST AND rODNU. LOST. —Kindly return Gold Watch to Stow, 58, Victoria-st. W. 40 O-ST, on Saturday, Small Gold Padlock. Reward. — Robins, Oaklauds-rd., Mt. Eden. 48 . T OST, Pair Gold-rimmed Eye Glasses, on : -U Sunday. Reward.—Mrs Ross, Hutlway- ," St., Newmarket. 50 LOST, about Tuesday or Wednesday, Gold Chain and Heart; reward.—For address apply Star Office. 10 OST, Wednesday, between Prlncepi and Bond sts., Parcel Fancy Work, thimble . and spectacles.—Reward, Campbell, Grocer, Great North-rd. . 150 LOST, Lady's Umbrella, engraved Louise, between Seccombe's-rd. aud foot Khyber Pass. Owner has part handle. Keepsake. Reward.—.Defiance Factory, Newton-rd. 42 LOST this (Saturday) morning, on or from Klngslnnd Car, between Page's Store and Wellcsley-strect, Purse containing Money.—Reward Page's Store, Klngslanu. 61 OST' Saturday nlgnt, between Newton aud Boud-st., Arch Hill, a Pair of Earrings, with W. Maud, Jeweller, name on case.—Finder will be rewarded on returning to W. Maud, Jeweller, Newton. 20 TRAY ED, from Albert-rd., Devonport, yesterday, .young Fox Terrier Dob; reward. —T. Considlue. .. 11 TOLEN from Devouport, on the 10th or 17th March, Gordou Setter Ptip, black and tan; last chance.—Norman Wells, Do-mnln-st. 72 FOUND, iv Symonds-st., Quantity Butter. If not claimed without delay will be sold.—Apply Barrett, Currier, Waverley Hotel. 56 PLEYEL PIANOS, Horizontal and Upright. — Sole Agents, English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. — S. Coldl- , cuttj Manager. _

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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