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Waikato Times, Volume XXVI, Issue 2138, 23 March 1886, Page 1
DUKE OP CAMBRIDGE HOTEL, CAMBEIDGE. R. KIRK WOOD Proprietor. PRIVATE APARTMENTS. Horses and Buggies on Hire. BILLIARDS.
IVI ERCER T3EFRESHMENT •DOOMS. MRS JAMES, In returning thanks to her numerous friends and clients for their very liberal patronage during the past four years, begs to inform them that the extensive alterations to the Rooms now completed enable her to offer very superior accom- modation to passengers per trains. Meals (both hot aud cold) will always be ready on arrival of Auckland and Waikato- trains. Every delicacy of the'season will be found in the bill-of-fare. Trains stop Twenty Minutes. Mercer, 9th October, 18S5. mAKE NOTICE. W. H. PORTER, late of Queen's Hotel, Queen's Redoubt, and Charlemont Hotel, Auckland, begs to thank his Friends (especially the Waikato Settlers) and the Public Generally for their very liberal support during his fifteen years as proprietor of the above hotels. W.H.P. now wishes to notify to his Friends and the Travelling Public that he has purchased the Railway Hotel, Mercer, where meals and other refreshments are always ready on arrival of Trains either from Auckland or the Waikato. And with strict attention to business, combined with civility aud cleanliness, W.H.P. trusts he will still merit a fair Share of Public Patronage. Mercer 24th August.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL, (Late Devins), T E AWAM U T U. ■WILLIAM JAMES (Late of Shamrock Hotel, Alexandra), BEGS to inform his friends and the public generally thai he has taken the above comfortable hotel, and that visitors to the district will find excellent accommodation in it, the proprietor sparing no pains to make his hotel second to none in the Waikato. Good accommo- dation and sample room for commercial travellers. Good paddocks for horses and excellent stabling. !A coach will be run to meet the night train.
STAR HOTEL (Late Wilkinson's), KIHIKIHT. WILLIAM BOND begs to inform his friends and the public that he has pur- chased the above well and favourably known hotel. Having at considerable expense effected many improvements, visitors will find it a most comfortable place at which to stop. For ladies espe- cially this is a most suitable hotel to put up at, as there is a private stair leading from the garden to the upper storey. Good stabling and paddocks. Good accommodation for commercial travellers. Saddle horsesund buggies for hire. Bath- room, etc. The excellent reputation of the hotel will be kept up by the present proprietor.
YI7AVERLEY TT O U S E, TE AROHA (Dobsons). New and commodious premises having been erected, visitors to the Hot Springs who wish to enjoy retirement will find the above a desirable retreat. Within three minutes' walk of the baths. Coaches to and from the Morrinsville Kail way Station, Thames, &c., pass i daily. Box 17, P. 0., Te Aroha.
D. McGBEGOE, WAITEMATA HOTEL, Cohner of Queen and Customs Streets, AUCKLAND.
TE AWAMUTU HOTEL, (Latb Central Waikato Hotel). THE Proprietor, HenkyLe^is, begs to thank the inhabitants of the Waikato and tbc travelling public for the kind patronage accorded bun for the last fifteen years. He has much pleasure in informing them that he has RE-BUILT his HOTEL, aud has spared neither trouble nor expense to make it second to none in Waikato. Hot and Cold Batiis. One of Wrights best Billard Table. WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE VERY BEST BRANDS. Buggiea, Ladies' aud Gentlemen's saddle horses for hire. Good sample rooms for travellers, detached from the hotel. Good paddocks for horses.
W, F. BELL, BAKER & CONFECTIONER, HAMILTON EAST. PARTIES AND PICNICS Supplied with Pastry and Confectionery at short notice. Wedding and Christening! Cakes to'order. W. F. BELL,