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BOARD AND RESIDENCE. A CCOMMODATION for 2 or 3 Boardera fl with private family; good home; good table; hot and cold bath; comfortable bedrooms; 4min. walk Queen-st; soft washing; 18/.—Roslyn House, cor. Wynyard-st. and Grafton-rd.. near Choral Hall. M 405 ACCOMODATION for 2 or. 3 Boarders; all home comforts;: good table; soft ' washing; 18/.—"Havilah," Cobden-st., next Isewton P.O. Mrs. Storer, Proprietress. HIA USTRALBION, foot Sentinel-rd., over- ** looking harbour.—Splendid Accommodation for gentlemen; large airy rooms; tennis lawn and garden; sea bathing; charges moderate. 'Phone 2584. Mil A M.C., or 2 Ladies or Gents would find •"■ Comfortable Home at Croydon Belle Vlew-rd., Mt. Eden. g CCOMMODATION for 1 Boarder, single room; terms, 17/.^-Apply No. 33,' ■ Karangahape-rd. --v. • gj LLESMERE, > PRINCES-STREET. VACANCIES. Telephone 458. M 524 "TTIERNGLEN," 89, GRAFTON-RD PriA vate Board and Residence for permanent boarders; every convenience; home comforts; terms moderate., " |~i LBNALVON " PRIVATE HOTEL. VA (Late "Admiralty House.") Telephone, 1010. JERMYN-ST. GENT requires Board and Residence, near City; private family; no other boarders kept.—Terms (must be moderate) to D.X., 112, Star Office.. 57 LADY has Vacancy; for 2 Young.'Men Boarders; private family, near 2d section.—Apply Star Office.-; _ 64 : "rnHE LIONS," 72, WELLESLBY-Sir. A WEST. "Phone 2583. Telegrams "Lions." Miss Alison Mackenzie /TUIE WAIRERE.—NCw 19-roomed BoardA Inghouse at Mercer for tourists and i shooting season, etc.; good accommodation; terms moderate. 55 : O LET, In Cobden-st., 2 Unfurnished Upstair Rooms, with use of kitchen.— Apply Star Office. 4* TO LET, 2 large Unfurnished Rooms, with all conveniences.—No. 65, Wood-st., near Franklln-rd.; no children. 35 0 LET, to lady. Furnished Room in supcrlor home, Mt. Roskill; hanuy to cars. — Address at "Star" Offlce. 97 riAO LET, Room; suit 2 friends er m.c; A with-breakfast -or fnil - board.—Apply Surrey Store, Rose-rd., off Ponsonby-rd. 01 mo LET, Double Furnished Bedroom to -»• respectuble m.c; no children; use kitchen; gas; firewood; rent 10/. —Apply Star Office. 10 mo LET, 2 Unfurnished Booms (1 front) 7 ■a- use kitchen; every convenience; 8/ week (tiring included). —35, Ardindre-rd., Ponsonby. 7 rfio LET, Furnished .and Unfurnished A ._ Rooms, with convs.; town and suburbs.—Warren's Agency, 26, . High-st. 'Phone 2602. U4 mo LET, Nicely Furnished Double Room; X also Single Room;. use dining-room, kitchen, conveniences; vicinity Symonds-st. star Office. 29 VISITORS to Auckland can get good clean Beds and Board at Whitehead's Coffee Palace, Cook-street, near Markets. 14ft VACANCIES for respectable Boarders; . hot and cold water, bath, etc; one minute from tram.—27, Anglesea-Bt., Pon-soi-by. 43 WANTED, Few respectable Boarders.— A. Butler, 91, College Hill. ' 40 \7J7ANTED, Bed-slttlngrooin, with cooking; * * must be central.—Reply D., 526, Star Office. 00 ANTED, 2 respectable Young Men Boarders; good table; terms, 16/. — Apply 272, Pousouby-rd. 52 ' WANTED, by young man, Board aud Residence, In, private family.—Reply "Student," 581. Sttfr •Office. ' 20 WANTED to Letf Furnished Room, to suit" 2 lady friends or gentleman. — 35, Eden Crescent, near Supreme Court. 154 WANTED, by 2 young ladles in business, » » Board and Residence; private family . preferred.—Apply "W.R.," 104, Star Offlce. 12 ANTED to 'Let, detached .Suite of Rooms . in refined home, with board, suitable for married couple or friends; harbour view; lawn and garden.—Apply Star Offlce. WANTED, by two ladles, engaged during day. Two Nice Unfurnished Rooms, within easy reach of city, with board; no washing.—Address Hope, 599, Star Offlce. J£AWAUJ S L A N D KAWAU ISLAND. TO AUCKLAND BUSINESS MEN. When you are run - down, COME TO KAWAU, the only 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. EDWARD HALLETT, Proprietor. M 441 METKOPOLE, ROTORUA, PRIVATE HOTEL, 40 BOOMS AVAILABLE. This newly-erected House Is Immediately opposite the railway station, at gates to left entrance. Visitors to itotorna will find the Metropole the best appointed and most up-to-date bouse in Rotorun. Magnificent view from balcony. Electric light throughout; hot baths; flrst-class table; 3mlns from Sanatorium. Bedrooms large, airy, and well furnished.—J. F. DWYER, late of Auckland and Chrlstchurch. AddressHOTEL METROPOLE, Rotorua. M 512 rpD AROHA HOUSE, TE AROHA This well-known House Is no.w under entirely New Management, and has Just been Renovated In First-class Style. Situated 3 minutes from Government Baths and 1 minute from Railway Station. Single and Double Rooms. Good Beds and Table. Terms Moderate. JOHN SALMON, Proprietor. M4BB Xi a ou a a o v s m. ARKLB'S BAY. Boating, Fishing, Sandy Beach. TERMS: 6/ per day, 25/ per week. Children, under 12, 12/6 per week; under 7. 7/ per week. Steamers to and from Auckland. See North v S.S. Co.'s Time-table' in "Star." Week End, Saturday to Monday, 8/. Steamer fare 5/ return. Wharf landing. ABKLE BROS., Proprietors. Note the Address: Arklo Bros. MISCELLANEOUS. AUGHTER IS RESTFUL!—If you want to feel Bright, Happy, and Young don't fail to attend Prof. Beaumont's Humorous Lecture on Max o*Bell, To-morrow (Wednesday) Evening, at St. Andrew's Hall, Lower Symonds-st. 62 UALITY TELLS; PRICE SELLS— Prunes, 4d; Figs, 3d; Raisins, 3d; Sultanas, 41d. —McNab, Symonds-st., The Cheapest Grocer In Auckland. M 237 EW ZEALAND DAIRY ASSOCIATION'S, LIMITED, BUTTER VAN delivers Butter in City and Suburbs dally. UlTS—Men's (Boxed) SnitsT equal - to tailor-made; splendid range from 42/6----at RUSHBROOK AND BRIPfctfAN'S. LADIES ONLY require to use WILWORSH once to prove to themselves what labour and time is saved, clothes wear longer. Washing costs 3d, RESENTS In Collar Boxes, Tie Cases, Purees, Ladies' Hanrtbugs, Squaw-bags, j Jewel Cases, Travelling Cases, Belts, Wrist Purses, Card Cases, Shaving Companions, Mirrors, Bottle Cases, Sovereign .Cases, Cutlery, etc., etc. — J. Wiseman aud Sons, Ltd., 175, Queen-st. FOUND SOMETHING GOOD. Clothes last longer, no labour, rubbing, or soaking, when WILWORSH is used. Washing costs 3d. IDER AND. ERICSSON'S HOT AIR PUMPING ENGINE. — 211b of Coal or 51b Wood pumps 150 gallons per hour !50ft high. — Write for particulars. — ( Hardley and Hardley, Ltd.. Albert-st. QUALITY TELLS, PRICE SELLS— Door Mats, 1/9, 2/3, to 4/6 each; Hair Brooms, 1/6, 2/, to 5/6. Wonderful value. —McNab, Symonds-st., The Cheapest | Grocer in Auckland. M 237

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 93, 20 April 1909

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