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. WANTED. .*, .. ...\ TTTAIsTEp, a Respectable Youth for the ,:? grocery; one used to trade preferred. —Apply Martin and Co.. Mt. 'Eden. TyAXTED to Kent, In Grey Lynn, 6-roomed '' House,.near tram terminus, trom 10th, April.—Apply_H.K.. • Onehunga P.O. ry-ANTED.— of letting » » houses or • rooms to, please send full particulars.—Warren's , Agency,23, Hlgh-st. 'Phone 2692. - 65 Washerwoman, 5/ day; Laun- »». dresses, 30/; Lady Helps. 10/: Generals, town and country, 10/. 13/. —Warren's ■Agency, 26; High-street. 'Phone 2992. ' 83 A X Active Working Partner in an estab- --»- t Ushed business, turnover £300 per an. Half share, £100.—Address "Active,"- 67, Star OSee. 44 VTf ANT E D T O SELL. £o0 CA - H f■NICE COSY COTTAGE. GOOD ORDTER. SRS.. CORNER. SECCITY.—LET AT 12/ WK. ONLY £2SO. . , : PALETHORPE. Estott Agent, 13, Victoria Arcndo. 50 BOARD AND RESIDENCE. CCOMAIODATION for 2 or 3 Boarderc with private family; good borne; good table; hot ana cold bath; comfortnWe bedrooms: 4mln. walk Queen-st.; soft washing: 18/.—Roslyn House, cor. Wynyard-st. and Graf to α-rd., near Choral Hall. M-103 : d"land~Resldence for vJ 1 or 2 in private family: terms moderate.—Apply Homely, 656, Star Office. fFIOMFORTABLE Board and Residence with soft washing. 18/;: wltli.breakfast only. 10/; private family.—'Apply,- 33, Pon-eonby-road. 61 OUDON House, '207. Hobson-3t.T-Com-fprtable Apartments; breakfast optional. 18 G~ OTi'P Board and Residence for 2 young Yen. comfortable nome; uq children; 13/, with soft washing.—Apply 41, Lincolnst., Ponsonby. 39 AKLEIGH, UPPIdR SYMONDS-ST.— Private Board and Residence for Ladles and Gentlemen; Id. section; opp. Buchanan's, Confectioner. Terms moderate. 'Phone 1720.—Miss Costley. UPERIOR Balcony Parlour Bedroom, furnished, to lady; every convenience; private family; fine central position; 5/ per week; references.—Apply Stur Offl.ee. rjTWO Young Gentlemen require Double -*• Bedroom and breakfast.—Addiess Ingo. 69, Star Office. 53 TO LET, unfurnished, 2 Rooms. Railwayst., Newmarket.—Fifth House on left. -2 0 LET, Half Fur. House, well situated; suit two ladies or m.c; gas, etc.; low rent.—Apply Star Office. 45 TO LET, 2 nice large unfurnished Front Rooms, with fireplace and use of kitchen.—s2, Summer-st., Ponsonby. 10 rpO LET, two large front Unfurnished J- Rooms; all conveniences; near peuuy section;— Apply 7, Exeter-street, Newton. 48 rrvo LET, Furnished Rooms, Vincent-street, 4- Newton, and Remuera: all convs., i/, 5/.—Warren's Agency, 28, HJgh-et. "Phone 2682. -. JH TO LET, nicely furnished Double Bedroom, with fireplace; suit m.c: about five minutes' walk-from Queen-st. —Apply Star Office. ' ■ 15 TT7-ANTEJS! an Elderly Gentleman Homely, Waliumete Post-otnee. W~ "" TNTED~I ~or~2~r?7peetabie Boarders, hot and cold water, batn, etc., Imln from tram.—27, Anglesea-st., Ponsonby. 13 A^tedT by" mariieu couple- (one~child), XJce Double Itoom,. conv k *nlencee; near ,gha.rf:jr,gferred.--y:Br,pjijy J . 53 WAITED to Let. a Pnvmeaed. Bedvoom (single); private house, city; penny section; rent 5/ weekly.—Apply Star Offlee. . . 36 WANTED to Let superior Furnished Bedroom, with all conveniences: would suit man-Jed couple.—Address corner Har-oid-sti-eet. Mount Edeu. «3 TKT ANTED, for lady! 3 Unfurnished ** Rooms, with board; must be dose town, vicinity iiovt. House preferred.— Address L.W., Box 10S. P.O. WANTED, Board and' Kesideuce. m.c. and youth, end Aprii; do own washing and ironing; business all tiny; near town; terms moderate.—Address G;. 54, Star Office. 5a •'TS7EEROONA," NORTH HEAD, »» DEVONPORT. Select Boarding Establishment. Conducted by the MISSES MILLS Tennis Court and Sea Bathing. Terms moderate 41225 THING'S /"AOURT TJRIVATE TTOTEL, UPPER QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. •A/TR (t TT SHEtt ' PUOPUIETOR. This Hotel is very private, central, and convenient, surrounded by large and well laid-out grounds, and In the healthiest parr of the city. Tennis Court and Gymnasium. Telephone 22SS. THE OLD ESTABLISHED RKLE BAY HOUSE, WHAN.UAPAROA Beautiful sandy beach, native bush, lovely view, llshlng, boating, bathing, tennis; lauded at wharf; plentiful supply of spring water. Terms: Adults per week, 22/6, per day 4/; children uuder 12, 10/6; horse hire 3/ half day, 5/ per day. Book with Northern S.S. Co.—Mrs. George Arkie, "Artie Bay House" (private luail has). Him SEASIDE RESORT. THE PLACE TO SPEND ZOUR EASTEK HOLIDAYS. COWES HAY, WAIHEKE. Two and u-balf hours' trip in smooth water. Boating and bathing in sheltered buy; splendid fishing; tennis, croquet; dancing hall; boat swings for children; beautiful bash scenery; first-class table; oil launch aud boats for free use of visitors. Steamers tri-weekly. . Ring up "Cowes" Bureau for Tariff. U. 1. LNSLEY, Proprietor M 404 TyAIWERA. TyAI-WEBA. TyAIWEBA.' THE PARADISE OF AUCKLAND. SPECIAL TARIFF FOR THE EASTER HOLIDAYS. A Special Boat will run from Auckland, 7 p.m. THURSDAY, leaving Waiwera 6 a.m. TUESDAY. • ■ - . 33/ INCLUDING HOTEL AND BOAT FARE". Cricket. Football, Bowling, Tennis. Croquet Boating, Fishing, Launch Parties. MINERAL EATHS WILL BE AT REDUCED PRICES. Supper provided on arrival. Book Early to Avoid Disappointment. Telephone • and Telegrams promptly attended to. All information can be obtained from the Manager, or 22, Shortland-st., Auckland. Under new management. C. B. CAVE, Ml2l Late Union S.S. Co. /CONSULT T7LLIOTT ON OKIN A FFECTIONS, £<HEST AND g'XOMACH fTIP.OUBI.E9. Hundreds of Auckland References. Consultation Free. Hours: 10 to 1. 3 to B. Evenings: Tuesday and Snturday, 7.30 to 9. J. A. ELLIOTT, .City .Chambers. Corner Queen and Victoria ate., Auckland. T7IOB INDIGESTION and Kindred ■»-' plninta.-try-Partlneton'e Wholo Wheotmeal Biscuits; vutall and wholesale, at Victoria Flour Mills and Steam Bieciitt Factory,- S»mones«t, OFP. Cemetery Brldm--1 rd. Telephone 2-?S2.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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