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I FOR SALE. ■pOE SALE. Keel and Centreboard Yachts. J} —Address Yacht. 85, Star Office. 01 TDOAKDINGHOUSE, 12 rooms; good locall■D ty; Id section; accomodate 16 boarders; always full; well furnished; rent, 30/ per week. Price, £120.— W. J. Short, Mutual Life Buildings, &L, Qneen-st. &i DOARDINGHOUSE, 6 rooms; good locall--L* * ty; Id section; all furniture complete; rent 25/ per week. Price, £45.— W. J. Short, Mntual Life Buildings, 64, Queen-st. 85 EEMDEKA (on 3d section, 25 per cent reduction by tickets) —House 6 rooms; bathroom paratry, scullery, attached washhouse; faithfully built and beautifully finished; allot., 53 s 130. £600.—Address Easy Terms, 93, Star Office. 83 4?OK DEPOSITt-Xew House, 5 rooms; »«" bathroom, pantry, bay window; large volcanic section; Kenilworth Estate, J Kingsland-rd., just past Edendale School.— Apply next door. 92 DBVONPORI —Over Half-acre Land and ' 7-roomed Dwelling, mala road, frontage; desirable, high, healthy position. £750. MT. JUDErS —β-rowaed House and Nice Section; close to main road and railway etatton; £500. , EPSOM— £450—Sis-roomed Cottage and Large Volcanic Section; 6 doors from 0 T{ TTyii'i-iAjisox and Y^o., HOBSON BUILDINGS, SHORTLAND AND FORT STS. &i Q. H E A P LAND. MOUNT EDEN.—Cheap Allotment, 82ft frontage; quite level; just off tram line. £240. TWO Acres Volcanic Land, Takapuna; mnin road and water frontage; will grow anything. £250. ONE Acre of Land, Just off Grafton-rd., close to Cemetery .Bridge. £350. C. R. WILLIAMSON AND CO., Hobsou Buildings. Shortland and Port ets. Z'AAft— * J ONSONBY.—A neat new Coto*>_LJ.\J tage, & rooms, scullery; bath, pantry, workshop, washhouse; nxed tub's; allot., 60 s SOft_ Will sell, £85 cash,-bal-ance on weekly payments. JPOOPC — PONSONBY. — Cottage of 4 omHJiJtJ rooms, in first-class order; nice level section; near tram. Sell on easy terms. MOUNT ROSKILL—ROCKY NOOK.— Cottage of 5 large rooms; bath, etc; fine level section; splendid position. £500 C.i E. WILLIAMSON AND CO., Hobson Buildings, Shortland and Fort sts. 92 UNCLASSIFIED ADVTS. LUNCHEON ROOMS. 1 tnustt go to WAEATAH and give it a trial. If you're hungry there's plenty, and you meet no denial; Four courses a shilling; by Jove! what a feed! Then hie to WARATAH, and from hunger be freed. Luncheon, Tea, and Supper Booms. IS7, QUEEN-ST., British Buildings, nest E. and F. Piano Company. 62 gIXES AND Q< E TESS By the kindness and courtesy of Mr Stanford (manager for Messrs ClaiJke, Wren, Meynell, and Giinu) the Dress Rehearsal of "Sixes and Sevens" will be held in H.M. Theatre TO-MORROW (Saturday),' 27th. Curtain at 2 p.m. prompt. M. COHEN, Director. /"VNLY Fancy. Onr Suits are the admira- '-' tlon of all.—Mcßride, Tailor and Ourtitter, Vlctorla-st. 71 I y\ •pONSONBX CRUISING y'/j I 'tits Atjfisstt Piealc" of ✓ / *-™,J tbp sbov© Club V.-111 b» S.S. KAIPATIKI will leave Queen-st. "Wharf at 2 o'clock and Ponsonby Wharf at 2.30. Single Tickets, 1/6. Family Tlcbots, 3/. J. MACKAY, Hon. Sec. "you would display True Wisdom by get- -•- tins your nest Suit from G. Mcßrldo, Tailor and Oututter, Vlctorla-st. . 71 "DIIIDGE ami Porridge may be luxuries, -*-» our Suits nre a necessitr.—Mcßz-iile, Tailor and Ontntter, Vlctorla-st. 71 I. N QITEAMSHIP pOMPANY, T MITSD. TJEDUCED "DATES OF pASSA<JE ONSBnSOA-NEW FLXMOUTH SERVICE On ana aitoi; Apvll 1, ptiestigo rates will be reduced nn tollows:— Saloon: Siuslo. 20/; WtlH-U, 33/. ■Steerago: sluffle, 13/ i retsirii, aa/o. On tho tame data tba pf,ta of Freight will bo Increased from 10/ to 12/0 pep ton, CHARMS BAHSON, Manager, yd~ IT II i h iT~w ~H "p. Tenders will m reoeii-ed fa? tUe Erection Bnil OflOipletlofi Qt a Heuse at Vfetlsford (for LaSetjp euiy), AJvBJS, IViISRMAJf, AFcaifEct, .-______, g'eyl-st; |^BkJkUL6ID -> .tfswli- an 3

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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