\ SHIPPING. ? H UDDAKT ~ pARKER T INE FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE. Circumstances permitting. Steamers will Sail as under: — FROM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDNEY. WIMMERA | Monday j Apr. 19 | 5.30 p.m. VICTORIA | Monday | May 3 j 5.30 p.m. FOR GISBORNE, NAPIER, WELLINGTON. LYTTELTON, AND DTJNEDHST. VICTORIA .. | Tuesday~j~Apr. 20 | 3 p.m. WIMMERA.. j Tuesday | May 4 | 3 p.m. No cargo received after Noon. FROM WELLINGTON^ • FOR SYDNEY. RIVERINA Friday | April 10 FOR MELBOURNE. • VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. ULIMAROA ■ ■ | Thursday | April 29 Cargo must be booked and alongside, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less than TWO HOURS before advertised sailing time. All Tickets tor Stop-over or Return mutually exchangeable with the Union Company. L- D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agents. OTEAMSHIP QOMPANY. ALTERATION OF TIME-TABLE. WAIROA SERVICE. On and after MONDAY, the 22nd inst., the Present Time-table will be CANCELLED. Steamers will run as follows:— Leave HelensviUe. Leave Dargaville. Monday. 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, 6 a.m. Thursday, 10 a.m. Friday, 5 p.m. NOTE.—The Company's Ticket will be available for return by the Sellars-Alleu Company Steamer, leaving HelensviUe for Dargaville at 10 a.m. Saturdays, and leav- • ing Dargaville for HelensviUe on Sundays at 5 p.m., and vice versa. R. C. HAMMOND, Manager. March 17. 1909. TO LET. • rpo LET, nice Cottage, near Penrose • A Junction.—Apply W. Cotterell, Store- ' keeper, Penrose. rpo LET, at " Y'aterview. Cottage, 4 rooms . A a „d scullery---Apply to Geo. Arnold, Vv'aterview, Avondale. 2 rrvj LET, A illu Kesideuee, 6 rooms and couA veniences; large level volcanic section. , —H. P. Abbott, 30. Shorrland-st. . ryio LET, Northcote, 7-roomed House; lmin J - from wharf; rent. 16, .—Apply Smith and Ualcombe. Auctioneers. Victorla-st. E. ' ryiO LET, Ponsonby. 8-roomed House; -»- water frontage, large allotment; every convenience, hot water and shower.—Mase- ' held and Co. 35 TO LET, furnished House for five weeks, handy cars, use piano.—M. "3. Sheahan, 5 and 7, Coonihes' Arcade, 'phone 1962, or . "Walnui," Milton-rd., Mt. Roskill. SS 1 rpo LET, turnlshert, ponsouhy, 6 Booms, A 30/; 7 Rooms, 35/. Parnell—l9 Rooms • and large grounds, £85 per year; and others. ■ —Alf Walker. City Chambers. Queen-st. 4 rpo LET. Walhl, Re.-.rauraut and I'onfetA tionery: accommodation few boarders; best position: sacrifice owing ill-health; im- [ mediate possession.—Lees, Scotia-place, Queen-st. 147 O LET. Xorthcoto. 5-Boomed House, scullery and all convenieuces; 24 acres iv grass and orchard. Incoming tenant must buy linoleums and part furniture; rUeap. Rent, 12/6.—Apply Ormiod~s Stole, Nortbcote. 13 TO LET, an Allotment, having 44ft frontL age to College Hill and lu9ft to Scot-land-st., adjoining the Gas Company's Premises; all fenced, and suitable for a Coal aud Firewood Yard. —For particulars, apply to Manager, Star Office. ROOMS, Furnished, single, double beds, use kitchen, sitting, smoke; piano, h. aud c. bath, p.w.c; 3 minutes from Queen--1 st. Terms moderate.—Apply 48, Nelson-st., City. 1 m or c t7 Sample Room. 22 x 34; rent 20/ per week. Single Offices, from 7/ per week. Suite of Front Offices at Moderate Rent- - al to approved tenant. Dominlon-rd, corner Prospect Terrace— Large Shop. Will be altered to suit tenant's requirements. SHEARER AND EASTGATE, Security Buildings, Telephone 2678. QUEEN-ST. j Opposite Union Bank. "PREMIER "DUILDINGS, ' CORNER OF QUEEN-ST. AND DURHAM ST. EAST. A FEW OFFICES, either singly or en suite, to Let in this Fine New Building. Electric Elevator and all modern conveniences. Apply to J. McCULLOUGH, : On the Premises. HOTELS. 1 rpHB AKCHOK TT OX E L (THE SETTLERS' FAMILY HOTEL), CORNER 1 QUEEN AND MARKET STS., CITY. Under New Management. Under New Management. This Old-established and Popular House has been Thoroughly Renovated Throughout, and now otters Comfortable Accommodation for Boarders. Tariff: 4/6 per day; 25/ weekly. Market Day Luncheon for Farmers, Tues- ' days and Fridays. A First-class Meal for IA 1/, V. Campbell Ehrenfried's Champion Pure Ales on Draught. All Wines and Spirits True to Name. No Women Served on the Premises. ARTHUR WHITEHEAD, Proprietor. I M 45 1! rTAHE WINESI T> E E R ON THE AUCKLAND MARKET. "DOB -^-OXON, Desires to draw the attention of his numerous friends and customers to the Ex- ■ cellent Condition of McGAVIN AND CO.'S DUNEDIN ALE, which Is now ON DRAUGHT at the THISTLE TTOTEL, QUEEN-ST. I:L M 453 EDUCATIONAL. TUITION, ORAL AND !'I*"R POST, For Subjects of the Public Exams. Sucl-c.-s guaranteed to workers. I H. MASON. M.A.. MT. EDEN-ROAD, j Past Railway Station. 6 O N S. F. JULIAN, OF BRUSSELS, Teacher of Voice Production and Respiration, ha 3 removed to No. 37, 2nd Flour, City Chambers (take lift), Voice "Trial and Prospectus tx<ut 01 ajjDli,catWt(.*3£fi99.j
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