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BOARS AND RESIDENCE. CCOMMODATION for 2 or 3 Boarders with private family; good home; good table; hot and cold bath; comfortable bedrooms; 4min. walk Queen-st.; soft washing; 18/.—Roslyn House, cor. Wynyard-st. and Grafton-rd., near Choral Hall. M 403 A GOOD Home offered to quiet Worklng■CA men . —Apply second house on right, Devon-st., Newton-rd. A GENTLEMAN would like to hear from •"- a Jewish family In view of spending Easter Week as a paying guest.—Address A, 297, Star Offlce. 88 A USTRALBION, foot Sentinel-rd., over- **• looking harbour.—Splendid Accommodation for gentlemen; large airy rooms; tennis lawn and garden; sea bathing; charges moderate. 'Phone 2554. Mil ""DOARD and Residence, 1 or 2 &!>arders, AJ private home, single rooms; bath, piano; near Id section; moderate.—42 Westst„ Newton. "gOARD AND RESIDENCE. Young Gentleman requires Board and Residence in private family ln vicinity of University, Symonds-st.. or Grafton-rd. preferred; opportunities for study.—State particulars to Reasonable, Star Offlce. 40 LIFTON, North Head.—Private Board and Residence for Permanents and Tourists.—Mrs E. Waters. 76 "/.ORINDaT" Corner Cook ana Nelson v> sts.—Vacancy for 2 chums: bath and piano, under new management. Every home comfort.—Mrs Blyth, Proprietress. LENALVON " PRIVATK HOTEL. (Late "Admiralty House.") Telephone, 1010. JERMYN-ST. ••/""•J. LENOSMOND," ~~ ' " Select- Board aud Residence. G»od table. Flrst-claaj Chef. Mrs J. Ingram, Lower Symonds-st, 'Phone 1349. M 174 TIT C. can have nice Front Furnished Bed- ■***-. room, use dlulngroom and kitchen conveniences, no boarders or children. 4, lurner-st., og Upper Qneen-st. 102 "jV/rARRIED Couple require, at once, Two - L ' J - Unfuru. Rooms, conveniences- refined family, where no children.—Reply' Ureeut 322, Star Office. y 66 /"\AKLEIGI-I, UPPER SYMONDS-ST.— Private Board und Residence for Ladies and Gentlemen; Id section; opp. Buchanan's, Coufectiouer. Terms moderate. 'Phone 1720.—Miss Costley. KOOuM to Let, unfurnished, every convenience; terms moderate.—Fourth House Left Railway-st.. Newmarket. 20 E~~ ESPBCTABLE Man wants Single Room (no board), off tramline; moderate tejms. —Address Quiet, 310, Star Offlce. 18 "rpHE LIONS," 72; WELLESLEY-ST. A WEST. 'Phone 2553. Telegrams "Lions." Miss Alison Mackenzie ri"\HE Abbey, Quecn-st. (Just past Towu •*- Hall). First-class Accommodation for Boarders; lovely grounds. Telephone 2694. Mrs Staines. M 471 rpo LET. Large Front Bed-Slttlngroom; A overlooking harbour.—Apply Star Offlce. 64 TO LET, Furnished Bedrooms for respectable young men; 3 mius.' walk from G.P.O. 17 rpo LET, Furnished Bedrooms for respect- -»- able young meu; 3 uiins.' walk trom G.P.O.—Apply Star Offlce. TO LET, 2~nTce larie Unfurnished, Front Rooms; fireplace; use of kitchen; moderate.—s2, Sommer-st., Pousonby. 21 FITO LE 17 Furnished and Unfurnished A Rooms, every convenience, lovely harbour view.—Apply to 64, Sale-street. 32 LET, furnished or unfurnished. Double Room, suit married couple or two friends. —40, Wynyard-st., off Grafton-rd. 63 rpo LET, 2 Unfurnished Front Rooms, ■A. fireplace, close to Id section; rent 8/. All conveniences.—Apply Cooper, 13, COl--iv;e HUI. ' ' ■ ■ 63 rpo LET, Double Front Bedroom; fireplace A and gas; good locality; also. Single Bedroom, o mlus from Reservoir.—Apply Stat Offlce. TO LET, Ponsonby, nice com. Furn. Front Bedroom, or 2 L'nfuru. Rooms; no children; comfortable home; use conveniences. —Apply No. 29, Coombes Arcada Uop _oo r) • 7 VATANTED, Furnished or Unfurnished » « Room; Id section. Address Makambo, 3JS, Star Offlce. WANTED, 3 or 4 Unfurnished Rooms; suit m.c. with small family.—Address D.8., 316, Star office. - 29 ANTED, 1 or 2 Respectable Boarders; hot and cold water; bath. etc.—27, Anglesea-st., Ponsonby. " 44 WANI r ED7~Boarder, 16/ with board, 4/6 without. In private family.—lo, Wake-heid-st., oppo. Grey Statue. 113 VX7ANTED to Let, a Furnished Bedroom »» (single), private house, city; penny section; rent 0/ weekly.—Apply Star Oliice. 21 VXTANTED, Board and Residence, with •» private family, single room; omins. walk from yueeu-st.—M.K.Y., 321, Star Office. 5y 2 Uenlieineu Hoarders to »• share room, or murrled couple; good locality; near Id section.—Appiy R.D., Newton P.O. 65 VyANTED. Ellerslle, by respectable m.c, • » with private family, Furuiened Bedroom, with use of kitchen.—Tradesman, 311, Star Offlce. 25 Y"l/AN'1ED, by respectable young man, ' ■ Comiortable Home lv private family, near to Three Lamps.-43ead terms, etc. to Reliable, P. 0., Pousonby. 41 "TX7ANTED, by m.c, Board and Residence, • » private tamily, use of sitting-room; Mt. Eden preferred; terms moderate.—Address W.L., 313, Star Offlce. Id YyANTED, by refined young lady in busi- • * ness, good company for widow, Parnell, piano preferred, Board, not exceed 10/ to 12/. —Apply Musical, 323, Star Offlce. 63 WANTED, 2 respectable Young Men Boarders, private family; bath; every convenience.—-For address apply Goidie, Grocer, cor. Nelson and Wellington sts. ANTED, Gentleman and Wife us puylug guests In private family; comfortable home; garden, lawn; near tram: Epsom. — Gentlewoman, 9S4| "Star" Offlce. M 435 rpE AROHA HOUSE, TE AROHA. This weil-known House is now under entirely New Management, and has lust beea Renovated in First-class Style. Situated 3 minutes from Government Baths and 1 minute from Railway Station. Single and Double Rooms. Good Beds and Table. Terms Moderate. JOHN SALMON, Proprietor. M4S3 T"T A .W A U TSLAND, KAWAU ISLAND. TO AUCKLAND BUSINESS MEN. When you are run down, COME TO KAWAU, the only 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 K~I~A O B A i3~O U~S E. ARKLE'S BAY. Boating, Fishing, Sandy Beach. TERMS: 5/ per day, 25/ per week. Children, under 12, 12/6 per week; under 7, 7/ per week. Steamers to and from Auckland. See. North v S.S. Co.'s Time-table lv "Star." Week End, Saturday to Monday, 8/. Steamer fare 5/ return. Wharf landing. ARKLE BROS., Proprietors. Note the Address: -*rkle Bros. THE~OLD _ ESTABLisHED A RKLB BAY HOUSE, WHANGAPAROA Beautiful sandy beach, native bush, lovely view, fishing, boating, bathing, tennis; landed at wharf; plentiful supply of spring water. Terms: Adults per week, 22/6. per day 4/; children under 12, 10/0; horse hire 3/ half day, 5/ per day. Book with Northern S.S. Co.—Mn. George Arkle, "Arkle Bay House" (private mall bag). M4lti PLEYEL PIANOS, Horizontal and Upright. — Sole Agents, EngUsh and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. — S. Coldicutt t Manager- •

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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