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PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, Etc. j A —fca. TO RIVEKHEAD. - J ■ ■ ™ (Weather Permitting.) The S.S. PITOITOI will leave the Queenit. Wharf TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), at 11 l.m. -Eastern-Monday, 10 a.m. Return Fara 1/. BRADNEY AND BLNNS. +; , TO THE UUIA WHATAPU. "* EASTER 110-XDAI - . S.S. W'EKA leaves Ouphungii at 0.30 a.m. sharp, Monday, returning about .1.30 p.m. Lovely Scenery arouud the Manukau. Surf Bathing at Whatapu. Fishing at the Fishing Ground. Upturn fare. :>/-. OS -pASTERp I C X I C. A GATHERING OF YORKSHIRE PEOPLE will be held at CORNWALL PARK (One-tree Hill), on MONDAY. All Yorkshire folks are cordially Invited to join the gathering, and renew "owd" acquaintances. JOHN WEST, Hon. Sec. 59 AUCTIONS. "DEMUERA -yARDS. rpHURSDAY, A PRIL "J £T AT 11 A.M. SHARP. | "TVAIRY Q<HORTHORNS. The undersigned have received instructions from the Owner t./ Sell, as above, -| -J TEDIGREE SHORTHORN COWS 7 PEDIGREE SHORTHORN YEARLING HEIFERS 9 PEDIGREE SHORTHORN CALVES o PEDIGREE SHORTHORN YEARLING BULLS. The above.are entered in the N.Z. Stud Book. Also, 17 PUREBRED SHORTHORN COWS AND HEIFERS 8 PUREBRED SHORTHORN BULLS, lyr to 2yrs. Also, THE STUD SHORTHORN BULL "RACIIAEL LAD." His dam was the highest tested pedigree cow iv the Dominion. The above can be recommended as a really flrst-class lot. Amongst them are several prize winners.

\ LFRED "DOCKLAND AND QONS.

BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ACCOMMODATION for 2 or 3 Boarders with private family, good home; good table; hot and cold bath; comfortable bedrooms; 4mln. walk Queeu-st.; soft washing; 18/. —Iloslyn House, cor. Wynyard-st. and Grafton-rd., near Choral Hall. M 403 USTRALBToN, overiooklng harbour.—Splendid Accommodation for gentlemen; large airy rooms; tennis lawn nnd garden; sea bathing; 1 charges moderate, -phone 2384. Mil A Comfortably-furnished isinglei Bed- I slttingroom to let at 82, top of Short- ; land-st.; temperance necessary. G3 "TTIERNGLEN." 80. GKAFTON-RD.—Pri--L 1 vate Board aud Residence for permanent boarders; every convenience; home 1 comforts; terms moderate. FRONT Furnished Bedroom vacant: terms - moderate.—Apply Mrs. Phillips, 9, Nel-son-street (Lower). 133 LENA~LVON " PRIVATE HOTEL. (Late "Admiralty House.") Telephone, 1010. JERMYN-ST. ISS FILLI'EL has Vacancies"for~Bo"ai-d----ers. —Westbounie, j-iO, Hobsou-st., Auckland. M~~ ARRIETf Couple - want 3 or 4 Unfurnlshed Rooms, or pari house in 2d section tram.—Amicus, Symonds-st. P.O. 16 AURIED Couple require Bed-Sitting Room, with use conveniences, vicinity 3 Lamps, in piivate family.—Clareniont. Ponsonby P.O. 9i PARK - V1EW, r,— 51, VI n cen t-st.—Va ca ncles for Gentlemen Boarders. —Mrs. Corriga.il, Proprietress. 32 •'rr\HE LIONS,"~ 72r~WELLESLET-ST. A . WEST. 'Phone 2383. Telegrams "Lions." Miss Alison Mackenzie O LET-,- 2 Unfurnished Rooms: fireplace; close Symonds-st.—Apply lot, Newtonrd. TO LET' 7 one or two Unfurnished Rooms in Epsom; suit lady.—Address 11.-G.M., Newmarket Post Office. 91 rpo LET, furnished. Front Bedroom; ArcJ- place; suit two gentlemen; meals out; Id section.—Address Star Oilice. 19 TO LET, FurnLshed Rooms, with couv.; all parts clry and suburbs.—.Warren's Agency, 26, High-st. 'Phone 2(582. 87 TO LET, to respectable m.c. without children, nicely furnisned Front Bedroom; use kitchen; rent 8/- —Apply Star Oflice. 12 TO LET, a front Bed and Sittlugroom, with all conveniences; rent moderate. —Apply 45, Merton Villa, Khyber Pass. 12d O~LET~2 — or 3 Unfurnished Rooms, close to Three Lamps, with use of kitchen and conveniences.—Address, apply Star Office. --• T"6 "LET7~Po"usouby-rd., Furnished Front Room; conveniences: single or double 1 beds; tram stops opposite door. —Address 170, Ponsonby-rd. 39 5 mo~"LET," Bright Furnished Rcil-Slttlng-JL room conveniences: m. couple, or 2 1 friends; board, if required. —Mrs. Snowden. . Rose-rd., off Ponsonby-rd. 06 VISITOR'S - to Auckland can get good, clean Beds and Board at Whitehead's Coffee Palace, Cook-st., near Markets. 40 v-X7 ANTED"" 3 Fair-sized Rooms, in decent '• W locality; no children.—"R.F.A.," 413. ;• Star Oflice. °r ,i \X7A.NTED to Let. Room, to suit two lady h VV or gentleman friends.—3u, Ldeu- '- crescent, opp. Supreme Court. __ s — man. Single Room cjW in private family; with or without '■ hoard.—Address 439, Star Office. d X\JASTI-:i>7~2~ r'ufuT.ilshed "itooins, with v VV board; vicinity lower Symonds-st. or ii Wynyard-st.- Apply Rooms, 447, Star Of- >_ fice. In VXTANTD, two" young Men Boarders In priW vate family; no children; llfth house in Gibraltar Crescent, l'aiuell; right hand side from Post Office. _ 52 WANTED, by 2 Bedroom and Slttingroom, with private board; references exchanged.—Apply Mrs. Shakespear, 22, Lower Symonds-st. _<f- . YXTANTEIJ Now, for two ladles engaged V\ during day. Two Nice Unfurnished Rooms, with board. In rctlned home; no children; Id section.—Miss Sinclair, Grafton Registry, Khyber Pass. °pAS TE R VISITORS. " GLENOSMOND." — Select Board and .Residence. "A Homo" from Home. —Mrs. '• Ingram. Lower Symonds-strect. 'Phone 1349. Telegraphic Address: " GlenosinoiHl." Telephone. 1319. 4 "TpERNLEIGH," LOWER |SYMONDS*ST. Private Board aud Residence. MRS WM. NOTON. M 514 [. XT" I A OKA aOUSE, - XX. ARKLE'S BAY. Boating, Fishing, Sandy Beacb , TERMS: 3/ per day, 23/ per week. k Children, under 12, 12/0 per week; under 7, 7/ per week. Steamers to and from Auckland. Sco North v S.S. Co.'s Time-table in "Star." Week End, Saturday to Monday, 8/. Steamer fare 5/ return. Wharf landing. 3. ARKLE BROS., Proprietors. Note the Address: -*ftle Bros.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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