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' BOARD AND RESIDENCE. A RNCLIFF, 106, Symonds-st.—Vacancies -*"»- for boarders; large balcony room, suit chums, every convenience; terms, £1 per week.—Mrs Thomson, Proprietress. 26 A DVEKTISER can thoroughly recom■lX- ' mend Private Board aud Residence to m.c, every comfort; liberal table, and kind attention. Apply Star Office. 86 A Li J. A ' 138, Symonds-st.—Residential „ Boarding Establishment; penny section; excellent table; modern conveniences; permanents, 16/; others by arrangement. 25 A CCOMMODATION for 2 or 3 Boarders 777, w i. th P rlTa te family; good home; good taDle; hot and cold bath; comfortable bedrooms; 4min. walk Queen-st.; soft wnshini;: n/'77 , yn House . cor. Wynyard-st. and Grafton-rd., near Choral Hall. M 405 "DOARDER Wanted; single room; every ■*? convenience; soft washing Included; li/ per week.—7, Scotia-place, off Queen-st. 64 "pitIVATE Apartments; single and double *■ beds, according to requirements.—Address Ngapuhi, Arawa-st.. Grafton District. ""DARK VIEW," 51, Vincent-street. Va- -*- cancies for Gentlemen Boarders.— Mrs. Corrigan, Proprietress. 61 TRAVELLERS and Tourists.—Board and ■x. Residence, 46, Khyber Pass; moderate charges. 24 rpo LET, 2 Large Rooms.—Apply Burling--L _ton, Wellesley-st. E. . 4 rpo LET, on Khyber PaVs-rd.~N0.~78, ■x- 2 Large Furnished Rooms, all conveniences. 09 rpo LET, Double Furnished Bedroom; use <», d'mugroom; gas stove; all conveniences —G3, Symonds-st. gg rpo LET, Single or Double Furnished Bed- ■*• room, with fireplaces.—Apply 34. Ver-mont-st., Ponsonby. 45 rpo LET, Furnished Double Room, with ■x. all conveniences; suit married couple or two friends.—4, Sale-st., City. 8 rpo LET, nice furnished Bedroom, 2 single ■*■ beds; suit . 2 friends; breakfast odtlonal; terms moderate. Grafton-rd. dress Star Office. 39 rD& LET, furnished Double Bedroom use dining, slttiugroom; all conveniences; moderate.—.Address at Atklnson's, Grocer, Ponsonby, Lamps. 43 rpo LET, in private house, Two Large, A Airy, Furn. Bedrooms; gas, h and c. bath; fireplace each room; use sitting-room; no children; suit gentlemen or ladles in business; 3mins.' walk ld section.—4l Boston-rd., Mt. Eden. ij "yACANCY for 2 Young Men ln private • B.C. family; at ld section.—Apply Coogee," Symouds-st. P.O. 33 ~V7"ISITORS to . Auckland can get good, » clean Beds and Board at Whitehead's Coffee Palace, Cook-st., near Markets. 17 TX7ANTED, some kind erson to Board fine " Baby Boy, 12 months old.—Apply Star Offlce. 33 yyAXTED, Boarder, 10/ wifh board, 4/0 » ' without, iv private family._io, Wake-field-st., oppo. Grey Statue. ' 138 UtTANTED, 1 or 2 Uufurn. Rooms, with »' fireplace; City or King's Drive.—Address E. 8., 741, Star Offlce. 20 VyANTED, few Men Boarders; good table, ' » single rooms, soft washing and mending; 18/ week.—Apply 30, Rnndolph-st. .Newton. 40 VyANTED, 1 or 2 Respectable Boarders; '» h. aud c. water, bath, p.w.c; one minute from tram.—27, Auglesea-street, I'ousouby. mi W ANTED, by two gentlemen. Board unil Resideuce, wlt-i private family, in or near Khyber Pass.—Reply Permanent, 785. Star Offlce. 4 WANTED, Gentleman Boarder; suburb, Mt. Eden; two minutes' walk from tram; every home comfort; no childreu.— Address X.. Star Offlce. 11 ANTED, by lady, Large Unfurnished, sunny Front Room, with fireplace; near Karangahape-rd. or Symonds-st.—Ad-dress 120, Newton l'.O. 30 WAN TED, kind, clean, respectable person to Board two little Boys, beds and bedding supplied; liberal allowance to suitable person.—Apply Star Offlce. 34 "OTEEKOO-NA," NORTH HEAt>7 VV DEVONPORT. Select Boarding Establishment. Conducted by the MISSES MiLLS Tennis Court and Sea Bathing. Terms moderate 41225 THING'S pOBBT -pitIVATE TTOTEL, UPPER QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. TVT" f-r TjSHER, PitoriilEXOß. This Hotel is very private, central, and convenient, surrounded by large and well laid-out grounds, aud in the healthiest part of the city. Tenuis Court aud Gymnasium. Telephone 2^56. THE OLD ESTABLISHED A RKLB BAY HOUSE, WHANGAPAROA Beautiful sandy beach, native bush, lovely view, fishing, boating, bathing, tenuis; lauded at wharf; plentiful supply of spring water. Terms: Aduits per week, per (lay 4/-; children under 12, 10/6; horse hire 3/ half day, 5/ per day. Book with Northern S.S. Co. —Mrs. George Arkle, "Arkle Bay House" (private mall bag). M4lO E A S "IDE R E S O R T. THE PLACE TO SPEND YOUR EASTER HOLIDAYS. COWES BAY, WAIHEKE. Two aud a-hall' hours' trip iv smooth water. Boating and bathing in sheltered buy; splendid fishing; tenuis, croquet; dancing hall; boat swiugs for children; beautiful bush scenery; iirst-elass table; oil launch and boats for free use of visitors. Steamers trl-weekly. Ring up "Coitus" Bureau for Tariff. 11. 1. I:\SLEY, Proprietor. Mio4 vyAIWERA. VyAIWERA. TyAIWEKA. THE PARADISE OF AUCKLAND. SPECIAL TARIFF FOR THE EASTER HOLIDAYS. A Special Boat will run from Auckland, 7 p.m. THURSDAY, leaving Walwera 6 a.m. TUESDAY. 33/ INCLUDING HOTEL AND BOAT FABE. Cricket, Football, Bowling, Tennis, Croquet, Boating, Fishing, Launch Parties. MINERAL BATHS WILL BE AT BEDUCED 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. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, a Gold Pendant, with two baby photos.—Apply Star Offlce. Reward. 56 OST, Greenstone Broocsh, mounted with gold, thistle and N.Z. in pearls.—Reward, Welllngton-s't. 59 OST, Sunday evening, between Railway Wharf and Quay-st., Small Greenstone Heart, 2 ferns.—Reward, apply Star Officii OST between Sargood's and Smith and Caughey's, Lady's Gold Watch.--Re-ward, Nicholas uud Daisley, Tailors, Wcl-lesley-st. West. 40 I- OST, or Stolen, from Curran-st. Bay, on J or about 14th March, Fiat-bottom Punt; painted green. Reward— Carder Bros and Co., Ponsonby. 104 LOST, between North Shore and Victorlast., Gold Pin, with leaf and shoe attached. Finder rewarded.—Apply Mrs. Sharp. 181, Vlctorla-st. West. 13 ECONOMY, CLEANLINESS, SAFETY, SIMPLICITY—Four Good Points in favour of Pel feet ion Oil Stoves. Free Demonstration, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at Walter Lambourue's, Three Lamps,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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