EDUCATION/iX. ' FRENCH CLASSES (Conversational), for Ladles aud Gentlemen, conducted by Parisian Graduate Professor, ou the "Uouln j Series Method," the most easy, rapid, and practical system known, COMMENCE THIS 1 WEEK, and will be continued twice weekly j (afternoons and evenings) for beginners and - advanced students, at the GOUIN SCHOOL \ OV LANGUAGES Rayner's American 4 Buildings, Wellesley-sT. W. (nearly opposite Federal Hall). Terms. 30/ per course. 1 Write at once for Prospectus. S<s ... ■ t ; * ; ELECTORAL. T EDEN - BOROUGH COUNCIL. ; TO THE ELECTORS, NO. 3 WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— At the request of a large number of Electors, I shall be a candidate for one of ' the seats on your Council at the forthcoming General Election on the 2Sth Inst. Should you do mc the honour of returning mc as one , of your representatives, I shall endeavour to promote the welfare of the borough generally and No. 3 Ward In particular. I , nave no interest but your interest to serve, and cau ask your support with confidence. Yours faithfully. DAVID ME'IK'LE. Meeting of Supporters TO-NIGHT at eight o'clock, Institute Dominion-rd., corner Valley-st, TO LET. (Continued from Page 1.) TO LET, Front Room, with 2 single beds aud fireplace; suit 2 friends.—Apply Star Office. M TO LET, an Upstairs Room, suitable for dwelling or workroom.—Apply Anderson, Engraver. 47, Albert-st. SS O LET, 3 Empty Rooms. Klngsland; also' Furnished and Unfurnished Rooms; all prices.—Mrs. Healey's Reg.. Pitt-st. mO UET House 8 rooms, good position. -L off Ponsonby-rd, City; h. and c. water, aud all conveniences.—Apply No. 1, Upper Uulon-st. 89 TO LET, or For Sale, City Coucre'te Residence; 12 large rooms; every convenience; large section, outhouses, etc.—A. Crawford, City Chambers. JO WELL-FURNISHED HOUSE of 4 _ rooms, every convenience: lmin. Klngsland tram; low reut; only let to elderly or newly married counle.—Apply Geo. Hatcher. Land Agent, Eden Terrace. OUSE, 7 rooms; 3mins. G.P.0.; harbour view; suitable small boardinghouse; tenant to purchase part furniture; rent, 17/6.— -Apply Star Office. 31 I WILL not be responsible for any debts contracted in my name without my . written authority.—W. F. Ford, Auckland. 95 ' rpo SETTLERS—Calfskins, Horse Hair, J- and Hides bought in any quantity, cash. —John Gittos, Albert-st., next City Baths. .-^ ANTED, a" Plainly-furnished Single Bedroom, for an old lady—Miss Walsh, . 13S, Victoria-st. West. 96 ANTED, a first-class Sanitary Plumber. —Apply J. W. Swales, Jervois-rd., Pon- • sonby. ' TOSTTIEaSter Monday, at Mt.' Eden tram s J_i terminus, Umbrella.—Please -return H. is. Crump, Dentist, 266, Queen-st. "9_
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