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Railway Notices. V. m R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS ANNIVERSARY DAY, DEC. 16, 1880, ALL ORDINARY TRAINS will run as per Time Table, except where specially mentioned in this notice. Wherever the starting time of any train has been altered from the time set down in the Table, a corresponding alteration will be observed in each Station to destination. SOUTH LINE, INCLUDING MALVERN AND WHITECLIFF BRANCHES, & ASHBURTON FORKS RAILWAY. The 4.20 p.m. from Christchurch to Ashburton will leave at 5.20 p.m. The 5.30p.m. from Rolleston to Springfield, 7 p.m., Darfield to Whiteoliffs, and G. 50 p.m. Rakaia to Methven, will each leave one hour later. FARES. Ordinary Single Fare Tickets issued from any Station to any Staticn within the Provincial District of Canterbury on 15th and IGih December, will be available for Return up to and including 17th December. FREDK. BACK, Traffic Manager. Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, Dec. 9th, 1880. 747 Hotels. New Restaurant, MORTON’S HOTEL. High street, Christchurch. George w. collinson, (From Carle’s) Proprietor. Luncheon from Twelve o’clock. 676 Eailway hotel, South Rakaia. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS and TRAVELLERS. Good Stable and Paddocks. Wines and Spirits of Best Brands. J. S. COMPTON, 647 Proprietor.

PO R T -ITT IN E or t Wine FOR INVALIDS. NYALIDS. rjIHOS. QUILL begs to inform the inhabitants of Ashburton and district that he can supply them with PORT WINE OF THE FINEST QUALITY (suitable for Invalids), as shipped direct by Warre Brothers, of London, one of the oldest houses in the Oporto Trade. Note Address— QUILL’S WHOLESALE BOTTLING STORES, Commercial Hotel, (Near Railway Station), Ashburton. 7510-336 c Boarding Houses, &c. Board and lodging, its. per week, at S. Corrigan’s, Tinwald. 446 NEW PROPRIETOR. CENTRAL TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Havelock Street. THE undersigned having taken the above Hotel, hopes by strict attention to business to merit a fair share of Public patronage. Board and Lodging, LI per week ; Meals and Beds, Is. GEORGE WATTS. Proprietor. G44c PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, close to the Railway Station, (next to Cookson’s Stables). This commodious house contains 40 rooms, with every convenience. Good Table kept. Every comfort of a home. Moderate charges. S. LUCAS, 525 Proprietor. NOTICE OF REMOVAL, the A 1 Resttjeant to the ECHO DINING ROOMS, East Street, close to Lancaster’s Butchery, where a good Table will be kept, and the proprietor will be glad to welcome his old friends and customers. Meals at all Hours of the Day, at Is. each. Beds, Is. Good accommodation for Boarders and Travellers. Conducted by Mrs Truckle. 528 SOUTH RAKAIA BOARDING HOUSE. A T A NDREW.S begs to inform Jx, fJ ’ A the inhabitants of Rakaia and Surrounding District that he has taken the premises adjoining McKerrow and Co.’s Grain Store, and has opened them as a Restaurant and Boarding House. Good accommodation for Travellers, MEALS Is. BEDS Is. A. J. ANDREWS, Proprietor. 113 e NEW DINING AND LUNCHEON ROOMS & LIVERY STABLES. PETER GOOD begs to announce that he has opened a new DINING and LUNCHEON ROOMS, on Seafield'Road, fronting the new Show Grounds and Sale Yards, at which he“will supply Luncheon at all hours of the day, at Is. 6d. Livery Stable. —Stalls and Loose Boxes.—Stalls, Is.—Boxes as per agreement. Good Paddocks, as per agreement. 507 DO you Want the News of the Day Read the Ashburton Guardian Price, One Penny.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 216, 14 December 1880

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