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ALLIANCE HOTEL Thames street, Oamaru, Mrs. HANNING, Proprietress. Good Accommodation for Boarders, at Moderate Charges. The Miners' and Mechanics' Home. Good Stabling. HOS. H. WOODCOCK, Collector, Bent and General Commission Agent, Temporary Office, (Opposite Grange street), HANOVER STHBET, DUNEDIN. Agent for the ' New Zealand Wesley an.' Tradesmen's Accounts carefully made out and Collected. Settlements and Good References. SHIP I IT N HOTEL KINGSTON, J. O'Brien, Proprietor. J O'BRIEN respectfully begs to apprise • the travelling public of his having taken possession of the Ship Inn and Stables, both of which he intends to thoroughly reno- vate and keep under his own supervision. Ha anticipates establishing for the above Hotel a name hitherto unknown to it. Having just completed new and extensive additions to the house, the proprietor can with, confidence say that it is equalled by no hotel on the road. The accommodation for families is first-class. CLEANLINESS, COMFORT, AND MODERATE CHARGES Will be the motto aimed at. JAMES O'BRIEN. rjNIVEBSAL HOTEL Maclaggan street, Dunedin. Board and Lodging £1 per week. Meals at all hours, Is each ; Beds, Is. Baths free of charge. Alcock's Billiard Table on premises. Wines and Spirits of best quality. J. PAVELETICH, Proprietor. CARRIERS' ARMS HOTEL Princes Street South, DUNEDIN. Patbick Faoan begs to inform the public who may favor him with a visit, that they can rely on comfort- able and quiet accommodation. Country visitors will meet with first-class quarters. Good Stabling. PATRICK PAGAN, Propbietor. ~T RS, F O RSTER' ■*■'■*■ George street, (Late Artillery Hotel). Begs to intimate to her Friends and Country Visitor* that she ia now in a position to give Fust-class Accom- modation to Boarders at reasonable prices. MRS. FORESTER, Proprietress. 1 RANGE HO T E L~"I Hanover street, Dunked*, C. BUNBURY, Proprietor, begs to inform the public that his Whiskeys, Brandies, and Wines are second to none in the market. Ales and Porters, &c, of the best brands. C. BUNBURY. TJ "DAGLET AND OON, CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS, IMPORTERS OP DRUGGISTS' SUN- DRIES, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, &c., . GeOBGE tJmEET, DUNDDIN, Are constantly in receipt of shipments from the GLASGOW APOTHECARIES' CO., 1 and other firms of established reputation while the extent of their own business tranpac- tions enables them to give their customers the advantage of a large and varied stock of the very best quality and most recent manu- facture. Established 1862.