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AjSNIRAL HOTEL, fj, CORNER OF WAKANUI ROAD & WILLS STREET ASHBURTON. SAMUEL BROWN PROPRIETOR FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. Liquors of Bert Quality kept in Stock. Good and Comfortable Stapling. 498 a TAUNEDEN COFFEE PALACE AND il PRIVATE HOTEL. MoratPlaci. These extensive premises, replete with every comfort as a first-class Restaurant and. Family. Hotel, are now open to the nubile. Cafd and spacious Dining-rooms, Ladies’ ,and, Gentlemen’s Saloons, Reading;' Smoking, and Chess Rooms ; Single Bedrooms and suits of . Apartments. The elevation of the Hotel is extremely healthy, and'the views from the upper rooms simply magnificent. Terms moderate. 873 a S. S. HAWKINS, Manager. jyj- R S FE N WICK'S Adelaide Hotel, Hanover street, DUNEDIN. : Good Accommodation for Boarders. 872 a ~MRS FENWICK New Restaurant, MORTON’S HOTEL. ' Htow street, Christchurch. HEOEGE W. OOLLINSON \X (From Carle’s) t Proprietor. Luncheon from Twelve o’clock. 264 a Boarding Houses, &c. The A 1 Restaurant. BHILLIP HARPER wishes to in- ‘ inmate to his bid Patrons, and the i*ablic generally, that he has taken those Commodious Premises in Tanobed street known as the A 1: Restaurant, where SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION - can be obtained by all -who favor him with a visit- -j.' 1 Board iynd Lodging, £1 per week. Board only, 13s per week. Singlefßeds and Meals, Is each. ■ Meals at all hours. Don’t forgetthe Address— PH IL HP H ARP E R A 1 RESTAURANT, Tanobed street, Ashburton. 886 BAN AM A HOUSE (late ansteb’s), Tanorkd street, Ashburton. The undersigned .begs to inform the pubic-that he has REMOVED from the Prince Albert Dining-rooms to the more commodious Boarding-house lately in the ‘ occupation of Mr Anstee, where he hopes to merit the same patronage bestowed upon him as heretofore. Good BathS. LUCAS, 945 a ’Proprietor. Prince albert boarding HOUSE. Conducted vt Mbs C. Truckle. T« consequence of insufficient accomat the Eohd Dining Rooms; the proprietor has taken 1 the PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, whore a good table will always be kept. Meals la. each. Good -Accommodation for Boarders and Travellers, at 16a, 18s, and £1 per week, to meet the times. Private Rooms for families.' ’ Remember- the ad qrwwu-MiM: .Truckle, Prince Alber Boarding House, next to Cookaon’s Stables, and close-to the Railway Station, 94a4 Publications. rriHE- TRADE PROTECTION SOprivate circular (instituted 1873) gives a weekly list of Bill, of Side, Mortgages of Stock, Liens, Bankruptcies, etc., throughout New ZeaOn Monday an “ extra” is printed for'Cantetbury, containing inforination up to 12 o’clock on the preceding Saturday. ]&r particulars apply at the Office, Hobbs’ Buildings, High street, Christchurch. — T. B.'Craig, Agent for Canterbury. 512 a Barristers, Solicitors, &cBranson & Purnell, p> ARRESTERS AND SOLICITORS - ’ : EAST STREET. 46 O. W. Ireland, JgARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Saunders’ Buildings, Ashburton. . 8a Business Notices. A GRICULTURAL MACHINE SHOP, A Ashburton. C. Ray, ENGINEER, MILLWRIGHT, REAPER AND BINDER EXPERT. The M'Cormick, Deering, Osborne, Harvester King, and Wood’s Machines Repaired and Adjusted, in Town or Country. Engines, Combines, Pumps, &c., Repaired at very reasonable terms. All work guaranteed. • Practical Sewing Machinist. Estimates given. C. RAY, Opposite Central Hotel, Wakanui Rd. . .Authorised AGENT for SCOTT BROS;’ celebrated Leamington Cooking Ranges, Excelsior Windmills, Tomb Railings, and other Castings. .-.Prkjb Lists on Application. 831 a S. Nashelski, HOLESALE AND RETAIL IRONMONGER, GGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, Nwir Zealand. 230 a Wilkie & Co., AND STATIONERS, m itentcm- street North, *1 DUNEDIN. 871 a SPRINTED—-“To Let ? ’ and be obtained at th* j dsi« ■ ! UT-: ‘

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 364, 7 June 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 364, 7 June 1881

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