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BOARD AND KESIDENfJE. A CCOMMODATION for 2 or 3 Boarders 7i,Ki W ! th P rlva te family; good home; good ™ble; hot and cold bath; comfortable bed--18/.—Roslyn' House, and Grafton-rd., near Choral Hall. M 405 A GENTLEMAN would like to hear from -f»- a Jen-lsh family In view of spending a"£- JY e<? V ls a P a y'»S Suest.-Addresf A, 29i, Star Office. 86 T3OARD and Residence, 1 or 2 Boarders ■y private home, single rooms- bath,' piano; near Id section; moderate. 42 West- ' "DOAR.D and JResiden-ce in private family J- , by three chums, bath, piano; two bedrooms; close to Three Lamps; terms inodernne.—Reply Genuine, Pousonby P.O. 51 T>OAR"DERS — wiinTed _ ""at D«v"oiiport for -L" Easter Holidays; bath (hot aud cold)- 1 sS'r'bffl"? 11 ttUd ferlT; £1 ""***-*»»» ( nUFTO.V, North Head.-Private Board and Residence for Permanents aud i Tourists.—Mrs E. Waters. 7« AR.RIED Couple require at once Two ' Uufurn. Rooms, conveniences; refined : family, where no children.—Reply' Urgent • f 3ja, Star Office. y S (55 OAKLEIGH, UPPER SYMONDS-ST — Private Board and Residence for Ladies aud Geutlemen; Id section; opp. Buch- ' anan's. Confectioner. Terms moderate 1 'Phoue 1720.—Miss Costley. TO LET, Large Front Bed-Sittingroom; overlooking harbour.—Apply Star Office. I 84 rpo LET, 2 or - 3^"Rooms, with use of ■*• conveniences; waier-front, Devonpor'L —Apply Star Office. c . rpo LET, Furnished Bedrooms for respect- -•- able young men; 3 mlns.' walk from ( G.P.O.—Apply Stnr Office. ; rpo LET, 2 nlce~ia7ge Unfurnished Front ■ ■*• Rooms; fireplace; use of kitchen; moderate.—s2, Sumiuer-st., Ponsonby. 21 ; TO L-ET, 2 Unfurnished Front Rooms, : - -«- fireplace, close to Id section; rent 8/. • All conveniences.—Apply Cooper, 13, College Hill. 53 ; rpo LKT, Ponsonly, nice com. Furn. From ' ■*• Bedroom, or 2 L'nfurn. Rooms; no children; comfortable home; use conveniences. : —Apply No. 20, Coombes , Arcade (top floor). 7 ANTED, 1 or 2 Respectable Boarders; hot and cold water; bath etc.—27, Anglesea-st.. Ponsonby. '_ 44 WANTED, 3 or 4 Unfurnished Rooms; ' suit m.c. with small family.—Address ' D.8., 310, Star Odice. 37 1 WANTED, 3 Unfurnished Rooms by lady and daughter. In or near penny sec. tion.—(Julet. :i2S. Star OtHce. 7a WANTED, resp. m.c. for furnished Bedroom, no children; with or without •board.—Apply 30, LLarangai-ape-rd. 71 VST ANTED to Let, a burnished Bedroom »» (single), private house, city; penny section; rent 5/ weekly.—Apply Star Orflee. 21 ANTED, 2 respectable Men, share furn. ißctirooui, prtvate Xmnily' use l>atti * ■breakfast it feyuireU.— Apply 154, Upper Neison-st. 44 WA NT l5L\ ■> Gentlemen Boarders to share room, or married couple; good locality; near Id section.—Apply R.D., Newton P.U. t» WANTED, Ellerslle, by respectable m.c, with private family, furnished Bedroom, With use of tfeciwin.—Xratlesniuii 811, Star Office. 60 WANTED, by respectable young man, Comfortable Home in private family, near to Three Lamps.—Send terms, etc., tv Reliable, 1.D., Pmisonby, 41 by young Married Couple, no • » chlWreu, 2 furnished Rooms and conveniences, handy Poitsonby liarn.—.State terms, G.M.. 3rlß, Star Ottlce. 3^ lady in busluess, good company for widow, Parneii, piano preferred, Buaid, not exceed 10/ to 12/. —Apply Musical, 3US, Star omce. tW ' 7 \x7eero6na7' north "head, vv devonport. Select Boarding Establishment. Conducted by the MISSES M.ILLS Tennis Court and Sea Bathing. Terms moderate i 1225 T/"ING'S pOUKT "piUVATE TTOTEIT UPPER QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. Tyrß TTSHER, PROPKIIiTUR. This Hotel is very private, central, and convenient, surrounded by large and well lald-out grounds, and in the healthiest part of the city. Tennis Court and Gymuasium. Telephone 2256. THE OLD ESTABLISHED " i A RULE BAY HOUSE, WHANUAPAROA Beautiful sandy beach, native bush, lovely view, lishlng, boating, bathing, teuuU; landed at wharf; plentiful supply of spring water. Terms: Adults per week, 22/ti, per day 4/; children under 12. 10/0; horse hire ' 3/ half day, 5/ per day. Bock with Northern ' S.S. Co.—Mre. Georse Arkle, "Arkle Bay House" (private mail bag). M4lu 1 TyiIWEKA TT O,r CJPRINGS TTOTEL. 1 THE LOVELIEST AND PRETTIEST PLACE FOR THOSE DESIRING A HOLIDAY. Two and a-quarter hours' sail from Auckland. SPECIAL HOLIDAY TARIFF n/ FOR WINTER MONTHS, W Beginning Ist April. PER DIEM. Hot Mineral Baths, Swimming or Private, at Reduced Prices. Sea Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Tennis Croquet, Cricket, Bowling. Call at Offlre of the Company, 22, Short-land-street, for Booklets and all information. t Under the new Management of C B CAVE late of Uuiou S.S. Co. Ml2l LOST AND FOUND. T OST.—Kindly return Gold Watch to Stow. 58, Victorla-st. W. 4!) T OST, last Friday, Carter's Rook.—ApJ - J ply Grey and Menzles, Eden-creseeut. :v> T OST, a Bay Mare, about 14.2, both knees •" broken.—Apply Parsons. Butcher Grey TOST, between Queen-st. and •*-' GoJd Chain (keepsake).— 'Keward, apply Cochrane, Ltd., Queen-st. 33 LOST, Pil-ans and Specifications of Taheruacle.—Please return to Caretaker, Tabernacle, Upper 40 LOST, Gold Tle;u : t"Brooch, with ruby in centre, uetween Itaudotph-st. and New-ton-rd.—Reward, i-No. 7, 43 LOST, Saturday, Ponsonby tram, or a"t Auckland railway siatlou, Lttdy's Silver Watch, attached to curd.—Reward, c/o Mr Ferguson, Smith and Caughey. uo TOST, on lb'th Inst., between Albert-st. J ~' and nrbarf, Delivery Book.—Finder rewarded on returning to The New Zealand Dairy Association, Ltd., Wellesley-st. 52 OST, between Ponsouby and Takapuna. Gold Watch, Chain. Heart, aud Cioss Pendant; prized as memento. —£2 reward on returning to Mr. lllsted, Ponsouby-rd. LOST, Tuesday evening, small Parcel miflnlshe*! Fancy Work and Materials, silver thimble iiud scissors, in Parnell or tram car.—Reward, Miss Gllmer, Parnell Borough Council. 40 OLLOvVED mc from Queen-st.. St. Hernard dug, last Tuesday.—Apply 40. Eden-crescent. 40 OUND, In Ngaruawnhia, March 16th, Sum of Money. Owner can have same on application to Mr liidgley, Ngaruawahia. WE IMPORT the Ve/y Finest China Tea; suitable for Invalids and Delicate People.—John Earle and Co., Tea Importers, Queen-st. 77 |

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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