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rpo LET, 6-roomerl- House, Ponsonby-rd • -L 22/6. — Alf. Walker,' City Chambers. TTKO LET, George-st., Ponsonby, a. House, ■*• 4 rooms, 10/ week.—Apply 70, Upper. Qneen-st. . ■.'.'.'■ 99 rpo LET, Villa Residence, 6 rooms and con- , „ veniences; large level volcanic section. —H. D. Abbott, 30, Shortland-st. niO LET, a 4-roomed Cottage and scullery -*- with conveniences.—Apply to L Kid ling, Qneen-st., off: Riehmorid-rtl. 48 rpo LET, Bemuera, 3 minutes from New- -*; market, 6 Booms and conveniences. W. Frater and Son, 103, Qneen-st. 65 rpo LET, a Small Store or Sample Room; -f- gas and water; situated in Vulcan Lane.—Apply W. J. -Boylan, Vulcan-lane. ~ 47 rpo X.ET, House, 5 rooms and conveniences, Eden Terrace; 12/t> week.— Apply Mrs. Hoad, Confectioner, Kden Terrace. . 38 rpo. LET, superior new 7-roomed House, at -*- Devonport, every convenience; large secbers' rEllt 25/ - —Beale and Co -> City Chainrpo LET, 10-roomed House, Ponsonby, -*- large grounds; also, 5-roomed Cottage in. City, conveniences.—Apply 32, Douglasst., Ponsonby. 66 rpo Ijt, Nice House, 7 rooms fur- -*- nished, ciioice suburb; handy ears;' only 2</6- —Xj-lden and ijpiers, Exchange-lane. rpo L-ECT, Epsom, Nice House, « rooms; •*- thorough order; lovely section; liaiidy pars.—Tylden and Spiers, Kxehauge-laue Phone 24tst>. iQS rpO LET, S-Hoomed House, Bemuera, near -»- tram, 2d section; ail conveniences; rent, 25/.— W. J, Short, Mutual Life Buildings, Queen-st. 112 rpo r«E?r,. Bucnanan-st., Glemnore, House -*- of 5 rooms, .every convenience; rent,----12/6; no young children.—M. Miller. Johnst,, Domlnion-rd. sT .. ' 60 mo L.ET, Wellington and Hepburn sts., -*- Shop and Dwelling, 5 rooms; washhouse, copper, fixed tube; jBl 2/6. —T. XJeher, 28, tf.M. Arcade, Queen-st. 102. TO LET, an Allotment, haying 44ft frontage to College Hill and 109 ft to Scot-land-st., adjoining the Gas Company's Premises; all ienced. and suitahle for a Coal and. Firewood Yard. — For particulars, apply to Manager, Star Office. "MVEW 5-roomed House" all conveniences, -»-' Williamsou's-avemie.—Apply 2nd door from G-rosvenor-st.; rent 15/. 55 JTUVO Large Unfurnished Hooms; private -*- entrance; good locality; cars stop at door.—Apply Star Office. 40 TO BE LET, near Henderson, a Convenient Little Farm of 35 acres; good for Fruit, Poultry (particularly fluess and geese); small house; not many of thl s sort to be found; prompt inquiry necessary. OFP. G.P.O. TO LET. BurnJey-ter., Mt. Koskill, Seir House, 6 large rooms, every convenience; gas fire; within 5 minutes of 2d tram; no young children- IS/. M. Miller. Johast., Dominion-rd., opp. Bridgeman's store. 58 OOM.S, Furnished, single, double beds, use kitchen, sittii-g, smoke; piano, h. aud c. bath, p.w.c; 3 minutes from Queenst. Terms moderate.—Apply 48, Nelson-st., City. TO LET, Hobson-street, Brick Shop and Dwelling. — Harrop. and Medley, 18, Shortland-street. ' 91 ;"r),'OSIINION-RD., Mount Eden.—House 7 'J- , ! rooms, stable, etc., 20/. —Harrop and MedJey, IS, Shortland-street. 92 TO LET, House, 4 rooms; scullery, bathroom; large hall; gas; Venetian blinds, curtain poles, wardrobe, dresser; detached wash-house, set-in tubs, copper; no children preferred; rent, 14/. —Apply Newton •Post Omee. 88 OWICK.—Newly furnished House, 5 rooms; near beach; low rent.—Harrop and Medley, 18, Shortland-st. 70 EPSOM —6-roomed Cottage, large section; Just ofE tramline; 16/. DEVONPOKT— 7-roomed Villa, Victoriard.; amin to ferry; 20/. TCTOKNISHHD VILLAS in most desirable -E Positions. PABNELL, 45/; PONSONBY, water front, I>KVONJ?ORT, 32/6 and 23/. KOKTHCOTIi, 6 rooms and 6 WILLIAMSON AND QO., HOBSOX ■ BLDGS.W - - -• iSHOKTLANI> ANI> PORT STS. - 129 pKBMIEB "OTJILDINGS- : COBNEB .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. -ipply to J. McCULLOUGH, . On the Premises, rp o . t B x. Sample Boom, 22 z 34; rent 20/ per week. Single Offices, from 7/ per week. Suite of Front Offices at Moderate Rental to approved tenant. SHBABEB AND EASTGATE, Security Buildings, {Telephone 2678. QUEEN-ST. Opposite Union Bank. TENDERS. HOUSE at Mt. Eostill.—Tenders will be received till 24th April, at Noon. Plan and Specifications next Tower House, KJngsland. A UCKLA.ND HABBOUE BOARD. XX TENDERS FOR TEN BALL AND SOCKET JOINTS. Secretary's Office, April ■ 14th, 1903. Tenders will be received at this Office until. TUESDAY, the 27th day of April, 1909. at noon, for Ten Ball and Socket Joinfs, in ■ terms of plans and specification to be seen at the Engineer's Office. ' The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Ten Ball and Socket Joints." By order of the Board. J. 31. BRIG HAM, Secretary. EDUCATIONAL. SCRIPTURE Gift Day School (unsectarian) reopens April 19fch. Schoolroom, Primitive Methodist Church, Franklin-rd.--Principal, Miss R. Clarke. 7S ' AMUSEMENTS. €TT A.O.D. — GREY U • LYNN LODGE NO. SECOND ANNUAL To be held in RICHMOND HALL, Richmond, FRIDAY, APRIL 16th. Grand March, in full Druidic Regalia, at 8 p.m. Music by Meredith's Orchestra. Doable Tickets 4/6, Single do. 3/, Extra Lady 2/. C. A. BROWN, Jr., Secretary. 118 GOLD MINING NOTICES. TX7AITAXGI CONSOLIDATED GCJLO* VV MIKING COMPANY, NO UABIIiITI. A Call {The Second) of Two Pence per; Share has been made this day by the Directors, payable to , the Secretary, at the Company's Office, Hobson Buildings. Short-land-st.. Auckland, on WEDNESDAY, the 2Sth day of April. 1909.' HEXB.Y J: LEE,.. . . Secretary.: Auckland, 14th Aprils 1909. >. ' ,MEETIW GS. ■-■■■ ■ ■■ , . A VONDALD FOOTBALL CLUB.' The Annual Meeting of the above Glub' : will- be held-in: the .Avondele Hotel, on: MONDAY, April 18th,. at 7.30-p.m. eharp.; All members and. - intending members are. requested to'attend.—P. jCABB, Hon. See.;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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