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BOARD AHD RESIDENCE. AT WAIHE-KH,— Furnished Cottages; all ■"" necessaries; fine sandy beach; boats free* Terms, from £1 upwards.—Apply F. Wllson. Therness Bay, Waiheke. Hβ FT\O LET, 2 Large Booms. —Apply Burling_ton, JYellesley-st. B. i TO LET, Doable Furnished Bedroom; use dinlngroom; gas stove; all conveniences. —65, Symonds-st. OS rpo LET, Single or Double Furnished Bed- -*- room, wltu fireplaces.—Apply 34, Ver-mont-st., Ponsonby. 45 mrO 'LETT, furnished, Stogie Room; suit ■*■ working nian; also. Double Ottooai, with all conveniences.— 4, Sale-st., City. 34 TO LET, Comfortably Furnished Double Bedroom, use dining-room and kitchen; suit married couple.—o2, Newton-Td. 87 TO LET, 2 or 3 nice Unfur. Rooms; all conveniences; quiet home.—Apply 2nd House, Stamvell-3t., off Gladstoue-rd., Parnell. po rT\O LET, 2 large Uufur. Booms, all conJ- renlences, quiet home; suit mc., quod locality.—ll Pa-get-street, off Pictou-street, Ponsonby. 121 mo LET, nice furnished Bedroom, 2 single -•- beds; suit . 2 friends; breakfast optional; terms moderate. UraXton-rd.—Ad-dress Star Office. 30 TO LET, furndshed Rooms, Grey Lynn - , Ponsonby, .Mt. Eden, ißemnera, Vlncentsrt, etc., from 4/. —iW&rren's Agency, 26, Hlgh-st, 'phojie 2692. "VISITORS to Auckland can get good, » clean Beds and Board at Whitehead's Coffee Palace, Cook-st., near Markets. IT WANTED, by Gentleman, Board and Rfrsldence with, private family.—Keply "Alpha," G.P.O. 71 ANTED to Let, 2 ilarge Unfurnished Front Hoome; harbour frontage; Id section,—Apply Star Office. 55 YX7ANTED, Boarder, 18/ with board, 4/6 » » without, in private family 10, Wake-field-st., oppo. Grey Statue. 138 WANTED, respectable i'oung Man Boarder; every home comfort; terms, 16/.— Mrs J. Elwarth, 272. fonsonby-rd. 12 WANTED, by Young Man, Board and .Residence in strictly private family.— Address "Office," 785, Star. Offlce. 156 WANTED, 1 or 2 respectable Boarders, not and cold water, bath, etc., lmin from tram.—27, Anglesea-st., Ponsonby. 13 WANTED, few Men Boarders; good table! single rooms, soft washing and mending; 18/ week.—Apply 30, Raudolph-st. Newton. 46 ANTOD Let, Plainly Fiirn. Bed-Sittlng-room; Christian home; suit Udy engaged during day.—Blackheath, Pollen-st., Ponsonby. 133 ANTED, 3 Unfurnished Rooms, with use of conveniences; no children; near lfl section preferred.—Address Rooms, 736, Star Office. 167 WANTED to Let, Nicely-furnished D~oubie Bed-sitting Room, with every convenience.—"Windermerei" 4, Scotia Place, off Upper Queen-st. 98 WAKTBDJ Gentleman Boarder; Sit. Eden; two minutes' walk from tram; every home comfort; no children.— Addresß X.. Star Office. 11 Y7r7IAiNTEfD, a middle-aged Widow l<ady, or »». two young Lady Friends, as Paying Guests, in a quiet, respectable ■home; .terms moderate.—Address Star Office. 11 WANTED, by young married couple, no -children, 2 F-urnished Rooms and conveniences; handy Three Lamps.—State terms, add. M.G., 81, Star Offlce. 107. ANTED, by father and son aged 6 years, a Furnished Bed-Sitting room with fireplace and use of conveniences,— Address "G. 8.," S3, Star Office. 143 YOUNG aian requires Board and Resldence with nice private family in or near to Parnell.—Address Permanent, 722, Star Office. 1 rrua aroha house, ria aroea. This well-known House is now under entirely New Management, and has just been Renovated in First-class Style. Situated 3 minutes from Government Baths and 1 minute from Railway Station. Single and Double Rooms. Good Beds and Table. Terms Moderate. JOHN SALMON, Proprietor. M4SS Kia oka a a c b b, AREXiE'S BAT. Boating, Fishing, Sandy Beach. TERMS: 5/ per day, 25/ per week. Children, under 12, 12/6 per week; under 7, 7/ per week. Steamers to and from Auckland. See North v B.S. Co.'s Time-table in "Star." Week End, Saturday to Monday, 8/. Steamer fare 5/ return. Wharf landing. AB.K.LB BROS., Proprietors. Note the Address: Arkle Bros. ECCLESIASTICAL FREE METHODIST CHURCH, Mt Eden. —Services: 'Morning, 11; evening, 7; Saubath School, 10 aon. and 2.30 p.m. PERA HOCSB MISSION.—Sunday Afternoon, 3 o'clock, "Life-story of a Converted Steeplejack. Evening, People's Popular Service, 7 o'clock.— A. J. Black. 202 ENOCH'S Presbyterian Mission, Morningside. — 11 and 7, Rev. R. Wylie. Everybody welcome. A DCKLAND TENT MISSION. -£*- Tent Well-seated and Lighted. QUEEIX--ST.. ONESUNOA. SUNDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Continuing MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND •■WEDiNESDAY. Speakers: MR FORBES MA.CLEOD (Evangelist from Scotland). Also at EDEN TERRACE PUBLIC HALL. SUNDAY, 3.30 p.m., and WEDNESDAY, 7,30 p.m. Bible Readlugs. All Heartily. Invited. No Collection. 157 OPERA HOUSE MISSION.—Sunday Afternoon, 3 o'clock, "Life-story of a Converted Steeplejack. Evening, People's ! Popular Service, 7 o'clock.— A. J. Black. 202 QUNDAY~SCHO r OL AN^XVERJSARY" S3 FRACtsKMN-RD. PRIMITIVE METHODIST GHiURCH, To-morrow. Preachers: 11, Rev, J. Carlisle; 3, ißev. J. Cocker; 6.45, > Bey. 'R. iRr-ine. Excellent music. Kpeclal singing by children -anti choir. Annual Tea and Public Meeting, TDESiDAY—Tea from 6.30 to 7.30. ■RICHMONOD^RD.— To-morrom as usual; Itevs. Baine and Carlisle. WIATEtRiWEiW—Rev. Ottaine and Mr Wood AViONOAILE—Mr. Vlggers. ISO 1 SHIPPING. EmOURS TO THE gTORIED g$g s TSLES OF THE gOUTH "" £i -* gEAS, lin the Magnificent Twin Screw Steamers TOFUA 4350 Tons 4TUA 3500 Tons ; NAVUA SOOO Tons NEXT SAILING — ; mOF.UA, 9'7TH A PRIL. Leave your Business Cares to visit These SUMMER ISLES OF EDEN. Full particulars of Tours on application— UNION S.S. COMPANY OF N.Z., LTD. ATHLETIC SPORTS. HELENSVILIiE, TE PUA AND PARKHURST SPORTS. EASTER 'MONDAY, APRIL 12th. j Commencing 12 o'clock sharp. i ; Special Train leaves Auckland, S o'clock a.m., returning from Helensville 5.10 p.m. Garrison Brass Band in Attendance. Refreshments Booths on the Ground. • A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT I EELENSVILLE HOT BATHS. EXCURSION FARES. > N.B.—Handicaps for above Sports will ■ appear in "Star," Monday Nest, April sth, ■ ISO 9. J. REA, Hon. Sec. MILLAR, I .•-■ . iAssiatant Bon. Sec.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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