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Waikato Times, Rōrahi XIV, Putanga 1187, 5 Huitanguru 1880, Page 1
The Best House in Town. Waikato, Tauranga, and Katikati Settlers visiting Auok. land ought to make a point of visiting the TIIISTLE_HOTEL. CJPLB.NDID Bars and Setting Booms. The Up-stairs Bar and 13 Billiard-room unequalled in the Colonies. Tho ' Snn,' « Star,' 1 Herald,' and ' Bay of Flenty Times ' filed. Home Sporting papers filed. Consultations on rtttihe Great Sporting Events. SUPERB CHAMPAGNES, CHOICE CLARETS, Spirits of all the Best Brands. A MERICAN DRINKS. | USTRALIAN WINES. Assorted cases of Spirits, Wines and Beer packed and delivered on the shortest notice. Country orders, accompanied hy Post Office Order, promptly attended to.
■OOtfAL MAIL HOTEL, Victoria and Elliott Streets, In the Vicinity of the Theatre, AUCKLAND. Families, Tourists and Commercial Gentlemen visiting Auckland will find this hotel comfortably furnished and thoroughly ventilated. The roof has been ventilated with all the latest; improve- ments. The bathrooms are fitted with hot and cold water, also shower baths on the latest approved principle and- patent waste pipe, &c. r J. Codling, with his experience as a hotel proprietor of one of the largest hotels in England, ought to influence a large trade in this line. j J. CODLING, Eropri^tor. masonic hotel; CAMBRIDGE,
FRANCIS ROSE, Proprietor.
J. H. HOLMES, ) late Station Master at the NewmarJcet Railway Station HAS pleasure in announcing that he has taken that well-known and centrally- situate Hostelry, I CUSTOMHOUSE HOTEL, Customhouse Street, Auckland, where he will always be visible to welcome old friends and the public in general. , Ex- tensive additions and alterations , have ' ecently been completed andthe^ u ' CUSTOMHOUSE H*6?E£ will now bear favorable comparison for comfort and convenience with any estab- lishment in the city.
ONE of the finest hotels in the colony for con- venience and comfort. Hot, cold and shower baths. Fiwt-class Show Room for Commercial Travellers. Good stabling. W. H. PEARCE, (Late of the Royal Mail, Auckland), Proprietor. Powell's BLUE POST DINING ROOMS, RESTAURANT AND BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Lower Queen-steet, Next door to the Metropolitan Hotel Auckland. Good Beds. Comfortable Accommoda- tion for Families. Open from 5 a.m. to 12 p.m. Night Porter kept. Visitors may rely upon obtaining a comfortable Breakfast in. time to nw ihe early Train. X> AIL WAY HOTEL, HAMILTON.
The above New and Elegantly Fur- ! niahed Hotel ia pleasantly situated within a short distance of the Hamilton Railway Station, and offers a most agreeable and convenient resort for Travellers and Visitors. Private Suites of Apartments, labie d'hote Daily. Coaches run during the day to and from the township. Traps and Saddle Horses on Hire. Good Stabling. N.B.— Each train stays about tpn minutes at ttiis station, allowing pas- sengers time to visit the Hotel. L. Fv. JAMES, Prowietor. QRIENTAL LOUNGE AND ■XTUVADA HOTEL, Corner of Queen and Durham Streets, AUCKLAND. Jl. Y. JUCUMOM), J'utprv'nr. Grand Entrance to the Client E.i.stein JJiviin from Queen -street. Doors open irom 10 a.m. till 12 p.m. Durham-street Luncheon Bar Open Daily,