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Observer, Volume XXXI, Issue 9, 12 November 1910, Page 10
|tf A P-I E R AND g* I ■*•'H, BARBJBTEBB AND 80LICITOB8. SECURITY BUILDINGS. AUCKLAND. : MONEY TO LEND on Land at a Low . rate of Interest. "):-■■ A U BOR A Tt O T E L VICTORIA AND CHAPEL - STS. AUCKLAND. pHAS. A/lULLOY, Formerly of the Bricklayers'. Ansa, Desires to intimate that he has taken over the above house, apd patrons can rely on ' receiving ALES, WIN IS AND SPIRITS Of the Best Brands Only. 17* ID D' S no MM E R CIA L JJOTEL,, SUORTLAND-ST., AUCKLAND Opposite Postl Office. FlttST-CLASS ACCOMMOPATION FOB TOURI-TS AND COUNTRY (VISITORS BPCIQHTB XXXX ALE On Draught a lt-b r 17- in o, PROrRIKTOH. PARTRIDGE'S <Qft CEICKKT jj / >l CBICKET fjffi .W U CEICKBT J»NmHI Tlrr* f CRICKET CEICKBT I 7 / iTll CBICKET J I |Jj// ," CBICKET CRICKET GOODB are "THE REAL THING." Not the usual rubbish dumped into Colonial Houses—Wβ pay for and get the pick of the Best uoods made in Britain, and offer them at COMPETITIVE PRICES. — Write at once for List. H.E. PARTRIDGE A Co., Ltd. AUCKLAND. .
■RE MOVIL M O T I O E. In consequence of our late Offices coming down, we have removed to new Offices in Legal Chambers, Wyndham Street. DEVOEE. MAETIN & PEENDEBGABT. Barrietere and Solicitors. 23rd January. 1909. Photographers by Special Appointment to His Excellency Lord Plunket. aCHMIDT QTUDIOS. FIVB GOLD MEDALS AND TWO SPECIAL AWARDS. . NZ INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. MEDALLIST WORLD'S FAIB. U.S.A. GOLD MBDAIJ.IST FRANCO • BRITISH EXHIBITION. 270, QUEEN-STREET (Next McMaster and Shatters, Drapers), AUCKLAND. N.Z. . . TMPERIAL TTOTEL, FORT-STREET, AUCKLAND. -JOHN TT-ELLY, Formerly Proprietor of the Bob Boy Hotel, Waihi. Desires to intimate to bis Numerous Friends, as well as the Public generally, that he has taken over the above Centrally-situated House. No effort will be spared- to miniscer to the wants of Patrons, and Ales. Wines and Spirits of the Beet Brands only will be Stocked. . pI T V U 0T E L Corner of VICTORIA AND HOBRON-STS, AUCKLAND, TIT ALTER QTIMPSON (Late of the Queen's Ferry), Will be pl&d to Welcome Old and New Friend* ■ , at the above Popnlar House. THE WINES, SPIRITS, ALES AND CUISINE Will be found to be unexceptionable, while the Accommodation ia thoroughly modern.
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