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Waikato Times, Volume XVII, Issue 1460, 10 November 1881, Page 1
GWYNNE'S HAMILTON HOTEL HAMILTON TVEBT. Afford, unrivalled accommodation for visitors and travellers. Families orlnva- lides can be accommodated with Private Apartments in THE COTTAGE, It is seperate from the Hotel, with all the comforts of a private home. Pleasure Grounds, Croquet Lawn, Billiard Table, Skittle Alley, Shower Bath (continual), Commercial Show-room Wines & Spirits of best Brands. Table accommodation not excelled in the Province. Horses and Traps on hire. Tourists' letters forwarded wher- ever directed. Cobb and Co.'s Booking Office A nice light Boat on the River. RICH Alii) GWYNNE, Proprietor.
NATIONAL HOTEL, CAMBRIDGE. Numerous Improvements and Additions having been completed, this Hotel now affords the best Accommoda- tion to -yiSITORS AND moURISTS. SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS Have been provided for Commercial Travellers. FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE Under the Superintendence of a careful Marker. GUIDES FOB TOURISTS. Arrangements have been made "o that the Guides for Vi&itors to the Hot Lakesv are available upon short notice. AUDUS RAYNES, PROPRIETOR.
Duke of Cambridge Hotel, CAMBRIDGE.
MR R. KIRKWOODS new building in connection with the above Hotel having been completed and hand- somely furnis'hpd (including a first-class bath-room) affords the Best Acommoda- tion for Travellers of any House in the Waikato. Being separate from the Hotel, is as Retired as a Private House, yet supplying pll the conveniences and attendance of A First-Class Hotel. PRIVATE SUITES O? ROOMS FOR FAMILIES. Good Stabling. Fiust-Class Saddle Horses and Buggies 3<'OB Hire. Competent and experienced Guides Pro- vided, on short notice for Tourists wifeh- ing to visit th Lake Dstnct. Good Grass Paddocks securely fenced, with a plentiful supply of water.
MASONIC HOTEL, OAMB RIDGE. FRANCIS ROSE, Proprietor.
npAMAHEEB HOTEL. JAS. T. CAMP, proprietor. This Hotel is the most central in Wai- kato, being the only Hotel on the direct route for Te Aroha, and on the main road from Cambridge to Hamilton, Piako to Alexandra and the Hot Lakes. It affords unrivalled accommodation for visitors and travellers. The House occupies a most command- ing and healthy position. First-class stable accommodation. Tamahere, Feb. sth, 188 J.
m E AROHA HOTEL, Waihou, thames' Valley. (Three' Miles from the Goldfield.) Visijbo^rs ,to,the Goldfield will find first- ; class accomodation and every comfort at the above Hotel,, with good Stabling and secure paddocks. ! - ' None fcut/the^best brands of Ales,^ Wines, and ,sp£risG 1 kept in Btock. Saddle Horseß for Hire. ' * C6achdsfifor.&ißei^aik:at<> <v^QLd the Gold- field call it the Hotel dkilyV' C6m:pany,^anc|s ' l 'N^24alkna tf :lc(ri^y;'l^Urawj?- Company, ' '-' vrk^C;: -:..:_