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Observer, Volume XXV, Issue 11, 26 November 1904, Page 23
- IP i «l" "'S3'- © ■«■•§ 5 >-i 5 H9 w ■ 2 all I °I od .§■ J I 2 s?T - TTOLIDAY REASON 1903- 1904. VISIT THE WONDERLAND OF NEW ZEALAND. ROTORUA THERMAL SPRINGS AND HOT LAKES. fTIHE GEYSER HOTEL Whakarewarewa. Dlrtant 2 miles from Rotorua, and situate near the site of the famous wonders of the District. Every comfort. Natural Hot Baths. C. E. NELSON, Proprietor TIOYAL TTOTJEL, (Late Royal Mail). | VICTORIA - STREET, AUCKLAND. JOHN TUTORRISON, PROPRIETOR. Beg« to announce that he has taken the above Hotel, which is now the Largest and Finest in the City, containing 76 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms elevator, etc., etc. - Entirely Refurnished throughout with Every Modern Comfort. TERMS From 8s 6d per Kay. DENTAL NOTICE. MR A. L. SMITH & SONS, Old Established Dentists. C«rner Hobson-Street (Opposite St. Matthew* Church). Supply Upper or Lower Set of Teeth, Two Guineas. Teeth Extracted Without Any Pain. By Gas or New Process, 2u«d. AH Dental Work Repaired. mRANSFER FORMS and Every X Description of Commercial Printing executed in the best style at a few hours' notice at the Observer Office.