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NZ Truth , Issue 218, 28 August 1909, Page 7
HOTELS JOR SALE. HOTEL, HAWKE'S • BAY.— 2B rooms. Three years' lease. 20 acres of land. Rent, £2 10s. Takings, £45. Sub- lets £2 per week well furnished. £1050 for goodwill and furniture. HOTEL, CARTERTON.— 6 years' lease. Rent, £5s Goodwill and furniture, £3100. HOTEL, SOUTH WAIRARAPA.-^5 years' lease. Rent; '£7, Takings ££0. Gdpdwill and furniture. . £_500. HOTEL. CLOSE TO CITY.— & years' lease. Rent, £6. Takings, £75. £1550 for goodwill and furniture.; £750 cash retrtrired. fHOTEL, CLOSE TO FEILDING.— Rent; £4. 3_ years' lease. Takings, £45. Only Eotel, goofl district. £850 and furniture at valuation. £600 cash re- quired. HOTEL , MARTON.—S years' lease. Low rent. Sublets £2. .Trade, £75... Gdbd- will and furniture, £2650. We , (San Finance ariy of the above Hotels; Full particulars "will be given to bbha fide purchasers on application. BERTENSHAW & EVENSEN, HOTEL BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, LAND AGENTS AND GENERAi 1 VALUERS, , Manners-street, Wellingtoits ' P A O_ BOSj ,(Te Aro) v No. C. TELEPHONE. _33& Long&urn Junction Hotel. C Morgan, Proprietoi 1 . ; 'ALL TRAINS STOP AT LONGBUKN.- --' PKENTY, OF, TIME FOR REFRESBt MENTS. ; GJNL"^ tfHB BEST OES LIQUOR^. DISPENSED. CITY BREWBR¥, FIELDING. ftEDWOOD BROS., PROPRIETORS, C«BERCIAL HOTEL — PAHIATUA. OWEN and HARAN, Proprietors. The above well-known and ponular hotel has recently been rebuilt and newly fiir- nished throughout, and is no^y considered one of the most modern, comfortable arid up-to-date hostelries m the North is- land. The best Brands of Wines and . Spirits procurable are stocked. The recognised hotel for commercial travellers. Coaches leave the hotel to meet all trains. Speight's Beer on Tap. Telephone No. 42. MASONIC HOTEL* MABKEEP PI&OE, ?. ' BLENHEIM. /ytHIS NEW HOTEL will be Open. Xoi 1 the Travelling Public on September Ist. ALL BEERS ON DRAUGHT. BEST WINES & SPIRITS STOCKED. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION 1 FOR '. VISITORS. TARIFF . . 8/- PER DAY., Owen Newport, PROPRIETOR. MASON.G U6JEL EIVEEBANK, WANGANUI. JOHN T. COijGHUN, . PROPRIETOR. KUMEROA HOTEL (Nine Miles from Woodville). v . Coach Leaves Woodville Tuesday, Thurs- ,. day and Friday at 2.15 p.m. FISHING ! FISHING FISHING ! T. J. NOTT announces that he has pur- chased the above Hotel* and, haying reno- vated it throughout, trusts by strict at- tention to business and civility, combined with good accommodation, to merit the support of Fishermen, Tourists and oth- ers. '... . . . Only the Best of Ales,. Wines aA4 Spirits Stocked. ..Fishing Tackle can v b& obtained at the Hotel. f HOS. JAS. NOTT, PROPRIETOR. NORMAN E. AITKEN, "ffce Post Card King." Absolutely the Largest. £Stock of Pos^ Cards m the Dom^ioii. ... ■ Send 1/6 m Stamps for -Sample Packet. Note Address— "■.: ' 4 CHARLOTTfcST., WELLiNGTQN. R. S. TAYLOR, BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK, 1 35a Cuba-st., Wellington 1 35a MJUK and Digestive Bread a Speciality. Try 6ux " Cuba " Loaf . Caterihg for Socials, Evening Parties, etc., undertaken. Wedding and Birthday Cakes Made to Order. THE MOST UP-TO-DATE HAIRORBSSirSTG AND TOBAGOOINiST BUSINESS IN WANGANUI (Under Rutland Hotel). W. J. AYNSLBY; Proprietor. caldwellsT RAILWAY HOTEL, HAWEBA. BEST BRANDS OF WINES AND SPIRITS KEPT. SPEIGHT'S ALE ON TAP. As all Trains stop 15 minutes Passengers have ample time for Refreshments. MEALS TO SUIT TRAINS. * _______ J. Caldwell, PROPRIETOR. CLUB HOTEL. PAHIATUA. Most modern and up-to-date Hotel m North Island., first-class coolc. Attention and Comfort. Hot and Cold Baths. Speight's beer. Coaches to meet all trains. P. DEBRECENY, Proprietor.