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New Zealand Tablet, Volume IV, Issue 177, 18 August 1876, Page 20
MORNING STAR HOTEL, Abkowtown. JOHN O'BRIEN begs to inform his *-» friends and the Public that it is still his care to maintain the high reputation of this oomforfcable Hotel. ELBOURNE HOTEL Naseby, JOHN COGAN, Proprietor. Good Accommodation for Travellers. Good Stabling and Loose Boxes. Buggies aad . Horses for Hire. JOHN OOGAN. SHAMROCK FAMILY HOTEL, Oamaru. Messrs Markham & Dooley having taken the above hotel, are prepared to offer supe- rior accommodation to Boarderi & Travellers at moderate charges. Good Stablinck SHAMROCK HOTEL, Peel Street, - Lawrence M. MONAGHAN, PROPRIETOR TTP-OOUNTRY Travellers will find Com- U fort, Civility, and Attention at the above Hotel. All Liquors of the purest brand. Good Stabling. BURKES OTAGO BREWERY, DUNEDIN. Bottled Ale and Al Stout. Unbivalled TXXX. Pale and XXX Ales. Depot: PRINCES STREET SOUTH. T7" HITE HART HOTEL. THAMES STREET, OAMARU, Good Accommodation for Boarders. Wines and Spirits of the best descriptions. Private Rooms for Families. The WHITE HART is situated in a most centra position, and within three minutes' walk of the Post-office. Fibst-class Stable Accommodation, and Loose Boxes. M. HANLEY PbOPBIETOBs OCEAN VIEW HOTEL FORBURY. Nicholas Maloney, - Pbopbietob. The above Hotel is one of the handsomest buildings around Dunedin, is situate within a short distance of the Racecourse, and in close . proximity to the Ocean Beach. It is built or ' concrete, is three storeys, commands splendid views of Dunedin harbor, and Peninsula with Larnarch's Castle in the distance. It will be fitted up with all the latest appliances, no expense being spared to make it one of the most comfortable homes in Otago. Travellers and others from the country will find it to their interest to inquire for the above Hotel. All wines and spirits of the best quality Charges moderate. Good stabling t! R O B E R T S, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, VALUATOR, SHAREBROKER, &c, Corner of Princes and Walker Streets. A NDERSON'S BAY HOTEL XA. DUNEDIN. Michael Maloney, Pbopbietob, Wishes to intimate to the residents of the Peninsula and surrounding districts that he has taken the above Hotel, and hopes by careful attention to business, and by keeping nothing but the best drinks, to obtain a large share of public support. First-class accommodation for borders Private rooms for families. The 'Bus starts from the Hotel every hour during the day for Dunedin.