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BOABD AMD RESIPENCE. A CCOMMODATION for, 2 or 3 Boarder* ,f* with;: private family.; good home: good table; hot and cold bath; comfortable bedms4mln i- walk Qheeu-sti; soft washing 18/.—Soslyn H6uee; cor. • Wynyard-st. and Grafton-rd... near Choral Hall. M 403 A COMFORTABLE. Home offered 1 or 2 ■"■ Young Ladies, private family, Poneonby; every convenience; moderate.—Address Home, 354, -Star office. 21 A GENTLEMAN Monlree Bedroom and .A Breakfast, with full board on Sundays if required; quiet home, near Queen-st.; termß moderate.—Write Chainbre, 369 Stnr Office. 1. ■ ■: ■~, .■ ■"; eg "DOARD AND RESIDENCE — Vacancies ■*-* for Boarders, Single and Doable Rooms. Terms moderate. — "Aaona," 35, Vincent*t , 114 "DOARD wanted by young man, in priTate ,amll y> Btn ßle room.—Terms, Including soft washing, to -Simpson, 87, Star Offlcei . ,' ' 55 BOABD~and _ Besiaence~in by three, chuma, bath,.piano; two bedrooms; close to T-hree Lamps; terms moderate.—Reply Genuine, Ponsonby P.O. 51 "DOARDIJkS wanted at Devonport for AJ , Eester Hotlrlfiys; bath (hot and cold); omlns. beach aud ferry; £1 weekly.—Apply Stat- Office. COMFORTABLE Home' for 3 or 4 respectable meu; with or witnont board.— 23, Arawa-st, off Khyber Pass. GENTLEMAN, wife and child (6 months) require Board and Lodging with quiet private family.—Address D.W:B., 898, Star Office. f 127 GEXTLEMAX requires comfortable Home, private family; walking distance Id section; uo children.—Home, 2, Star Office. 54 rpO LET] 2 or 3 Rooms, with use of -»- conveniences; water-front, Devonpor'r. —Apply Star Office; 6 0 LET.lTcnfurnlshed Rooms; use of a» conveniences; gas flrcs: In good locality.—Apply W. Lambourue, Ironmonger, Ponsouby-rd. mo LET, 1 Double Furnished, Bed-Sitting -•- Room, fireplace and gas, bktK, conveniences: 1 Single Furnished Bedroom; private family; Id section.—2B. Gladstouc-st., oft Newton-rd. 45 ACANCIES for few Permanent Boarders, good table; terms moderate. — Apply "Star" Office. , »» VACANCY for nice married couple, 44, Nelson-st., 5 mine. Queen-st., and 4 Gentlemen Boarders, private family. 10 ANTED, by 2 young men, Furntehed Bedroom and Kitchen.—State terms, A.G.C.. 364, Star Office. 18 WANTED, 1 or 2 Respectable Boarders; hot and cold water; bath etc.—27, Anglesea-st.. Ponsonby. 44 ANTED, 2 Unfurnished Rooms In ot about Upper Symonds-st.—Address Stirling, 361, Grafton-rd. 48 rpo LET, Furnished Double Room, with -*■ all conveniences. In private family; rent, 10/. —t. Sale-st, City. 4i V\TANTED, few permanent Boarders, and »' Apartments to Let; every convenience; lovely harbour view.—o4, Sale-st.- 12 ANTED, by respectable man, Permanent Board, with private family, near cars; Id section.—J.L., 16, Iβ WANTED, 2 respectable Menr«hare furn. Bedroom, private family; use bath; •breakfast it required.—Apply 154, Upper Nel»on-gt. «■ WANTED, 2 respectable Boarders, private family, bath and piano; iimlns from 'car; comfortable home for permanent men. —Apply Star Office. ANTED, Board .and Residence, private , family, Green Lune or Bemuera preferred, . for gentleman.—Terms, etc., to ,H.A.,- J 363j Star Office. - - ■* 21 T\ T ANTBD, 2 re3pectable Boarders, quiet *■» private family, «l«an home, goofl table. — Apply 54, Unlon-st., opposite B. Reid's Coal aud Firewood Yard. 39 "\X7KBaOONA," NOBTU HCAO. VV DEVONPOBT. Select Boarding Bcubllslimemt. Conducted by the MISHEd MiLLS Tennis Court and Sea BtUting. '* Terms moderate U225 SEASIDE RESORT. THE PLACE TO SPEND YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAYS. COWES BAY, WAIHBKE. Two and a-half hours' trip in smooth water. Boating and bathing in sheltered bay; splendid nshlng; tennis, croquet; dancing hall; boat ewings for children; beautiful bush scenery; first-class table; oil launch and boats for free use of visitors. Steamers tri-weekly. Ring up "Cowes" Bureau for Tariff. H. I. INSLEY, Proprietor. M4Q4 T£ING'S QODBT pBIVATE TTOTBL, UPPER QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. M a G TJ SHEK ' pßoi,ttiijT oE. TUi» Hotel is very private, central, and convenient, surrounded by large and well lald-out grounds, and in tue'healthiest part of the city. Tennis Court and Gymnasium. Telephone 2256. THE OLD ESTABLISHED A RKLE BAY HOUSE, WHAXUAPAEOA Beautiful sandy beach, native bush, lovely view, nshing, boating, bathing, tennis; landed at wharf; plentiful supply of spring water. Terms: Adults per week, 22/6, per day 4/; children under 12, 10/6; horse hire 3/ half day, 5/ per day. Book with jiortbera S.S. Co.—Mrs. George Arkle, "Arkle Bay House" (private mail bag). U4lu J£ A W A~~P T S L A N D KAWAU ISLAND. TO AUCKLAND BUSINESS MEN. When you are run down, COHE TO KAWAU, the only Up-toJJate Seaside Besort 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 TI7AIWERA TJ 0T OPBINGS TTOTEL. THE LOVELIEST AND PRETTIEST PLACE FOB THOSE DESIRING A HOLIDAY. Two and a-quarter. hours' sail from Auckland. SPECIAL HOLIDAY TARIFF n / FOR WINTER MONTHS, 0/ Beginning Ist April. PER DIEM, Hot Mineral Baths, Swimming or Private at Reduced Prices. Sea Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Tennis, Croquet, Cricket, Bowling. Call at Office of the Company, 22, sWt-land-street, for Booklets and all Information. t Under the new Management of C. B. CAVE, late of Union S;S. Co. Ml2l LOST AMD FOPWP. £-1 REWARD.—Lost, at Ellerslle, Great a* l -*- South-rd., or Panmure-rd., Gold Qcartz Pendant; keepsake.—Apply M. .7. Lalng, Ellerslle. < 221 OST, between StaT Hotel aud H.M. Theatve,i Pearl Brooch (.bird); reward.— Apply, Star Hotel, Albert-st. LOST, between Vlew-rd. and St. Helier's Bay, Top Part of Field Glasses; reward.—J. Davis, Eden Terrace Bakery. 43 ICKED up between Rangiriri and Ramarama, February • 21. Red and White Spotted Cow; got ear marked.—Apply Calder. Mercer. f . a OUND, False Teeth.—Apply W. H? Hamblin, Newmarket. FOUND, Small Sum-of Money, Queen-st.— Applr, about 6 p.m., to C. Wilson, co. Vlncent-st. ;l: 1U LOVBES of Good Picture* taonld attend I aacctflce at; Chandler and. Co.'s, Bixh-,9k-M*or««a#l*£MtCiite jaip,' }£&,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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