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BOARD AHP RESIDENCE. , A CCOMMODATION , for Xor '3 Boarders - with, private family; good home; good. - table; hot and cold bath; comfortable bed--1 rooms; 4min. walk Queen-st.; soft washing; , IS/. —Roslyn House, cor. Wynyard-st. and 1 Graf ton-rd., near Choral Hall. - M 405 J A USTKALBION, foot Sentluel-rd., over- - —J- looking harbour. —Splendid Accommor dation for gentlemen; Urge airy rooms; • tennis lawn and garden; sea bathing; ? charges moderate. 'Phone 2554. Mil I A CCOACODATION for 2 or 3 Boarders; ■ —i .\ll home comforts; good table; soft . washing; .18/. —"Havilah," Cobdenrßt., "next Newton P.O. Mrs.; Storer, Proprietress. 11l • TJOAED and Residence required by a • -»-» Gentleman; Ponsonby or Heme Bay. —Address "G," 491, Star Office. IK) - Home for married CDiipie VJ in private family; no children.—Address at Star Office. , 33 1 Home for one or two - respectable men, with or without 1 board.— 2s, Arawa-5t.,.. off Khyber Pass. J XpLLESMEKE, PKINCES-STKEEX. Eα vacancies. Telephone 455. M 524 FERNGLEN," 89, GKAFTON-RD.—Pri-vate Board and Residence for permaJ nent boarders; ever; convenience; home . comforts; terms moderate. ! " /4.I.KNALVON" PEIVATE HOTEL. i VJ (Late "Admiralty House.") , Telephone, 1010. JEUMYN-ST. ! T ARGE Bright Front Bed-slttingroom, or ■»-• 2 Rooms, married couple; no cbLdreu. ; —Apply Star Office. 80 Single Furnished Bedroom, in pri- . vate family; suitable for gentleman; . Mr. Eden cars to door.—Apply Star Office. ■ , 49 t>UIVATE Family would like Gentleman ■*• as Paying Uuest; musical; near sea; • North Shore; 'bus passes door.—Apply Star Office. 1 "rnHB LIONS," 72, WELLESLEY-ST. ; J- WEST. 'Phoae 2583. Telegrams "Lions." Miss Alison Macktmle mHE WAiHEKE.—New 19-roomed Board- -*- Inghouse at Mercer for tourists and ! shooting season, etc.; good accommodation; terms moderate. 65 O LET, on Khyber Pass-rd., No. 78, 2 large Kurnlalmd Rooms; all conveniences. 12 rPWO Unfurnished Rooms to let! no objec--L tiou to one or two children; good localIty and central.—Apply Star Oaice. 127 mo LET, Itooui; suit 2 friends or m.c.; - 1 - with breaktust or full board.—Apply Surrey Store, Kose-rd., off Ponaonby-rd. t>l rpo LET, Double Bedroom and slttlngrooui -*- and 2 Single Rooms; private family.— 44, Nelsou-at. uwo Uoore Irom Vlctorla-at.), 1 City. 55 . rr\O LET, 2 Nice Unfurnished Rooms, use t ■*- of kitchen and conveniences; good locality, Pousonby; «/ weekly.—Apply Btar Office. go • mo LET, two large Unfurnished Rooma, ■*- With fireplace, uae of kitchen; every convenience; rent a/, —Apply No. 8, Englandstreet. 114 rpo LET, Devonport, li Furnished Rooma, •*• ull conveniences; no children.—Addres at Henderson's Store, Victorla-rd, Devonport. gj, : rrvo LET, Furnished and 7 Unfurnished ; -»• Booms, town *ud suburbs, with all ' convs.—Warren's Agency 20 HJgh-st. ; 'Phone. 2(jQ2. 83 \ rpO LET, clean, comfortable Furnished ; -*- Koom to respectable tradesman; private family; bath; 6/ weekly.—Apply Next School, Nelson-st. ' 07 rr\O LET, large front Balcony Room, suit 3 -L aeuuemeu friends, near tram, train, 'boat, id. section; splendid harbour view.— Apply atar Omce. • ' ud TO LET, Part of Well-Furnished Uouse; piano, all conveniences, mala road; • musical people preferred; terms muderute. I —Apply Star Omce. 43 rpo LET, Double Bedroom, use of slttlng- ■*■ room; suit married t>cple or two young ladies.—Apply 3rd Hou&o on right, Suriey-st., Grey Lynn. 81 VISITORS to Auckland can get good clean Beds and Board at Whitehead's Coffee ! Palace, Cook-street, near Markets. 14.'i J VS7ANTKD, 2 respectable Youag ' Men »» Boarders; good table; terms, 10/.— • Apply -S!2, l'ojisouby'-id. 52 . Vt/ANTED, respectable Working Men, as 1 TV Boarders, in good home.—Apply Mrs. [ E. Todd, 33, Franklin-rd., Pousonby. 8 5 Y7I7ANTE~D, 2 resp. Boarders, 11 piano, bath, omius' walk town; termu 1 moderate.—Orari, 27, Grafton-rd. 3 ~ XAT ANTED to Let, Furnished Room, to suit 5 tV 2 lady friends ov gentleuiqu. — 35, • Eden Crescent, near Supreme Court. 164 \ TX/'ANTED to Let, 2 Furnished Front , 11 Rooms, near trani and Id section.— Apply to Mrs. Braid, Fruiterer, Newton. 82 I VyANTED, by lady, Nice Unfurnished t 1 Rooms; suburbs not objected to; terms " moderate.—Address D.K., 45*4, star Ulttuu. 8 ' VX7AXTED, Hooin and Board, near By*t mouds-st., by gentleman; private I family preferred.—Address •'H," 46i Star ? Office. ' 39 1 VXTANTED to Let, Nicely Furnished Bed--11 room; suit 2 friends or m.c; no objee- ' tion to children; use of all conveniences - - . Apply Star Office. 114 ' VA7ANTED, 2 Lady Boarders, comfortable, 'it private home, no children; terms B moderate; Cruinmer-rd., near Ponsonby-rd. . Star Office. 75 ' Gentleman, Paying Guest, prl--11 vate family, all conveniences; piano; : 20/ week; few minutes from wharf.—Ad--1 dress Devonport, 439, Star Office. 17 WANTED, Uent. Boarder, private family, best part Ponsonby, 2mins. from tram, . 3mins. from beach; £1 week, including • washing and mending.—Apply Star Office. ■ <a WE meet trains and (boats. Proprietors of boardinghouses kindly communicate with us.—Auckland Agency, 20, Victoria-st. t <S3 " f> ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, with j"J use of kitchen and all conveniences; . Id section.—Apply D. Hedley, Butter Mer- • chant, top of Syinonds-st., Mt. Eden-rd. 37 I T£ A. W A U T 8 L A N D, | I KAWAU ISLAND. |, TO AUCKLAND BUSINESS MEN. • When you are run down, COMB TO , KAWAU, the only Un-to-Date Seaside ' Resort this side of the Line. The old order of things have changed. " Every attention given to visitors. Under new management. A few vacancies for permanent boarders. EDWAKD HAL.LETT. ProDrietor. M 441 METROPOLE, ROTORUA, PRIVATE HOTEL, 40 BOOMS AVAILABLE. This newly-erected House is immediately opposite the railway station, at gates to left entrance. Visitors to Kotorna will find the Metropole the best appointed and most np-to-date house In Rotorua. Magnificent view from balcony. Electric light throughout - } hot baths; first-class table; 3mins from - Sanatorium. Bedrooms large, airy, and ' well furnished.— J. I)\ DWXEB, late of ' Auckland and Chrlstchurch. Adtlress- ; HOTEL METKOPOLE, Botorna. M 512 - rriß AROHA HOUSE, TB A&)HA. This well-known House is now under «n- ---: tlrely New Management, and has just been J Renovated in First-class Style. Situated 3 [ minutes from Government Baths and 1 ■ minute from Railway Station. Single and • Dpnble Rooms. Good Beds and Table ' Terms Moderate. JOHN SALMON, Proprietor. , M4SB )T7-1A OKA h O U S B. ■■ ARKLE'S BAT. ' Boating, Fishing, Sandy Beach. TERMS: 5/ per day, 23/ per week. Children, under 12, 12/8 per week; under 1. V per week. . Steamers to and from Auckland. See Ngr- : th v S.S. Co.'s Time-table in "Star." Week End, Saturday to Monday, 8/. ." Steamer fare 5/ return; Wharf landing. I ARKLB BROS., Proprietors. Note the Address: Arkle Bros. 3 - ' ■ •* "■ ROAD BOARD NOTICES. - ARCH HILL ROAD BOARD. - NOTIGE.- * ■ The ANNUAL MEETING of Ratepayers ; will be held -in the Primitive Methodist L Church, Great North-rd., on FRIDAY ~ EVENING, April 23, 1900, at 7.30 p.m. Business:— Presentation of A-cconnt3. " , Proposed 'Loan, foir the improvement of all the streets In the district. t. ;.'; ■':..' J. FRANKLIN, '. : '" P AErUie t ieOe.' >; "-'-' * " -' I'J* ,- * , "' / ";■■' <

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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