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Waikato Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 2189, 20 July 1886, Page 1
Hotels. DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE HOTEL, CAMBRIDGE. R. KIRK WOOD ... Proprietob. PRIVATE APARTMENTS. Horses and Buggies on Hire. BILLIARDS.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO COM- MERCIAL TRAVELLERS, AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. I ANDREW~GT BRIGHT, Late of the Commercial Hotei, Tau- ranga, begs to notify to his old friends, and those who choose to favour him with their patronage, that THE WAIKATO HOTEL IS NOW KKPLETE -WITH EVERY COMFORT.— fiTl FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE. TOURISTS TO THE LAKES Will find every convenience, and their route studied. LIQUORS OF THE BEST BRANDS, AND oparkling ale Sparkling Ale Not to be beaten iv the North Island. A. G. BRIGHT, Proprietor.
TTJARTON'S COMMERCIAL TTOTEL, TTAMILTON. The above Hotel is one of the finest in the Provincial District, containing suites of apartments suitable for private fami- lies and visits of officials, aud numbering between 30 a».d 40 rooms for the use of the public. It is newly built, and with all the modern requirements, baths, etc., for convenience and comfoi t. The Proprietor, C J. W. Barton, in taking over this Hotel from Mr James Hally, is prepared to maintain its favour- able character, and, to accommodate visitors FROM AUCKLAND AND UP- COUNTRY, Will have a 'Bus regularly to meet every Train. Especial advantages afforded to Com- mercial Travellers, for whom sample rooms are reserved. C. J. W. BARTON, Proprietor. .
COMMERCIAL HOTEL, (Late Devin's), T E AWAM Q T U. WILLIAM JAMES (Late of Shamrock Hotel, Alexandra), BEGS to inform his friends and the public generally that he has taken the above comtoi table 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.
D. McGKEGOE, WAITEMATA HOTEL, Corner of Queen an Customs Streets, AUCKLAND.
TAUWHARE TEMPERANCE HOTEL. f EORGE WALWORTH wishes to in- ijT form the settlers aud public gener- ally that he has opened the above, in con- junction with which arc a General Store, Blacksmith, Shoeing and Fitting business, and trusts by attention and moderate charges to gain their confidence and pat- ronage.
TpvENTISTRY. MR A.~~L. SMITH, Qualified Registered Dentist, Hobson-street (top end of Wellesley- street) opposite S. Matthew's Church), AUCKLAND, Supplies Artificial Teltii much under the usual high chaiges. Good fit guaran- teed, without exti acting old stumps. Aching teeth cured and stopped. Other Dentists' work repaired. Tram cars pass the door.
HEALTH FOX ALL. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. THE PILLS Purify the Blood, correct all disorders of the Liver, Stomach, Kidneys and Bowels, and are invaluable iv all con plaints incidental to Females. THE OINTMENT is the only rcliabk remedy for Bad Legs, Old Wounds, Sores and Ulcers. For Bronchitis, Diptheria Coughs, Colds, Gout, Rhumatiam, and at Skin Diseases it has no equal. Sold by the Proprietor, Thomas Holloway, 78 New Oxford-street, Lon- don, and by all Medicine Vendors throughout the world. WANTED KNOWN.— The Cheapest House i'or every Description of Printing is at the Waikato T mbs Office RpmiltQlU