,1. BOARD AND BESEDEWCE. ARNCLIFF, 106, Symorids^st.—Vacancies rffor boarders; largfe'balcony room, isuit chums, ; ,every convenience; terms, iX per. week.—-Mrs Thomson, Proprietress. .'.. 26 ALMA, 136, " Boardlngv Establishment; penny section; excellent table; modern conveniences j-. permanents, 16/; others by; arrangement. 25 ACCOMMODATION 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 Graftontrd., near Choral Hall. . M 403 ("DOARDER Wanted; alhgle room; every A-» convenience; soft .washing Included; 17/ per week.—7, Scotia-place, off Queen-st. . '" 64 GORDON House, 207, Hobson-st.—Com-fortable Apartments; breakfast optional. •' xi GOT»T> Board and Residence for 2 young Men, comfortable home; no children; 18/, with soft washing.—Apply 41, Llncolnst., Ponsonby. 39 ENTLEMEN can have Comfortable Board and Residence, with soft washing, 18/. Residence and. Breakfast, 10/,— 141, Ponsonby-rd. 39 AKLEIGH, UPPnIH SYMONDS-ST.— Private Board and Residence for Ladies and Gentlemen; Id. section; opp. Buchanan's, Confectioner. Terms moderate. 'Phone 1720.—Miss Costley. ■ RIVATE Apartments; Blngle and double beds, according to requirements.—Address Ngapnhl, Arawa-st., Grafton District.' RAVELLERS and Tourists.—Board and Residence, 40, Khyber l>iisß; moderate charges. 24 O LET, 2 Large Rooms^—Apply Burlington, Wellesley-st.-E. 7 4 j TO LET, 2 or 3 nice Unfur. Rooms; all ' conveniences; quiet home.—Apply 2nd House, StanweU-st., off Giadstone-rd.,* Par- ■ nell. «o O LET, Large Doable Bedroom or Bedsitting Room, with gas; use conveniences; good locality.—B, Pagec-st., off Picton-st., Ponsonby. 31 WANTED, 2 Gentlemen to share room; board 10/ a week and washing.—Apply Star Office. 10 WaNi._;_>, respectable Young Man Boarder; every home comfort; terms, 16/.— Mrs J. Elwarth, 272, P6nsonby-rd. 12 ANTED, 1 oc 2 respectable Boarders, hot and cold water, bath, etc., lmln from tram. —27, Anglesea-st., Ponsonby. 13 WANTEDTfew Men BoardersTgood table, single rooms, soft washing and mending; IS/ week.—Apply 30, Randolph-st. Newton. 46 _NIBD, Double Furnished Bedroom, use of conveniences; lady and daughter; central position.—Address BeUubie, 712 (Star Ofllce. 6 WANTED, Gentleman Boarder; suburb, Mt. Eden; two minutes' walk from tram; every home comfort; no children. — Address X., Star Office. ▼ 11 "TJC7EEBOOSA," NOKia HEAD, YV DEVONPORT. Select Boarding Establishment. Conducted by the UISdES MiLLS Tennis Court and Sea Bathing. Terms moderate 41223 TT-ING'S jpOURT pBIVATE TJ"OTBt, UPPER QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. M U G- TJ aHISB ' I'BOPRIWI'OB. This Hotel is very private,' central, and convenient, surrounded by large and well laid-out grounds, and In the healthiest part of the city. Tennis Court and Gymnasium. Telephone 2256. gAW A~5 \ TSLA ND, KAWAU island; TO AUCKLAND BUSINESS MEN. When you are run flown, ..COME TO KAWAU; the, only UiftoiDate Seaside : Resort. lliU _td_.»>';>ln.?;Ll.nc-':Tkfold"»nl.«. ot iU_.i_ I l£_ve--jlluiuj;ed.- ! tivefj; attt-ntlna 1 gi"fen ito'visltdrsS ?Under new management. A few vacaiiei6s;for permanent Boarders. EDWARD Ha'LLETT. Proprietor. M 441 THE OLD ESTABLISHED \ RKLE BAY HOUSE, WHAN.GAPAROA Beautiful sandy beach, native bush, lovely view, fishing, boating, bathiug, 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 Northern S.S." Co.—Mrs. George Arkle, "Artie Bay House" (private mail bag). M4lu E-ASIDBR B S O R T. -THE PLACE TO SPEND YOUR EASTER HOLIDAYS. CO WES BAY, WAIHBKE. Two and a-half hours' trip in smooth water; BOating and bathing ■In sheltered buy; splendid llshing; tennis, croquet; dancing hail; boat swings for children; beautiful bush scenery; flrst-class table; oil launch and boats for free:use of visitors. Steamers trl-weekly. Ring up,' "Cowcs" Bureau for Tariff. H. 1. INSLEY, Proprietor. M 404 TyAITVERA. YTTAIWERA. YiyAIWERA. THE PARADISE OP AUCKLAND. SPECIAL TARIFF FOR THE EASTER HOLIDAYS. A Special Boat will run from Auckland, 7 p.m. THURSDAY, leaving Waiwera 6 a.m. TUESDAY. ■-'•'" ,m . ; « 33/ HOTEL AND BOAT PARE; Cricket, Football, Bowling, Tennis, Croquet ' Boating, Pishing, Launch Parties. ''MINERAL BATHS WILL BE AT REDUCED PRICES. Supper provided on arrival. Book Early to .ivold Disappointment. ' ■ Telephone* and Telegrams promptly attended- to. All information Can be obtained from the Managerv or 22, Shortla'nd- ; st., Auckland. "'Under new rcanagEnient. ; i C. B. CAVE, Ml2l ' ', '..- "Late Union s.S. Co. HOUSE FURNISHINGS. 'Iw-pp.Bjj|i : .u-B ; a-;." "./ ' -■■■"";' -.:''; "w '■' _T IXJRN W I ? F "'• ,' v ■''••'' QUITE_„' •DED.STEAT)S, i *' ETC.. IT WILL PAY IOTJ TO INSPECT OUR STOCK AND- PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. Why spend your time in a sale room, when you;-win see what yon are buying? HAVE YOUR PURCHASES DELIVERED FREE, or it for the country, packed free, and get better value for your money. COiME AND' JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. QLARKE J3ROS, LATE DAVENPORT'S, TJOAD. NEARLY OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. ,- - ••. \ "■ '■'■•'■ MBS 1 i' 1 __, YOU «m get any sort, of Tor awfully, cheap by tho ohest tn>m tie iWrect Ipi" porters, John Earle and 06.,' Queen.st. ; SI. PIANOS 7 Horiaontal and v oprigUt, "Broad-; wood, Hlutimep, Hrsi'd, Pleycl, Wpp, Envestaff. Allison, — E, and F. Piano (.Agency,. Ltd. . ' J fS. :
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