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Hotels. "TkUNEDIN COFFEE PALACE AND ‘JJ PRIYATB HOTEL. MobatPlaob. These extensive premises, replete with every comfort as a first-class Restaurant . and Family ; Hotel, are now open to the pnblie. CaM and spacious Dining-rooms, Ladies’: and Gentlemen’s Saloons, Reading, Smoking, and Chess Booms ; Single Bedrooms and suits of Apartments. The vHtWavation of the Hotel is extremely healthy, Hind the views from the upper rooms - dimply magnificent. Terms moderate. S. S. HAWKINS, Manager. :r;s penwi ok ’ s Adelaide Hotel, Hakovbb btbbbt, DUNEDIN. - - Good Accommodation for Boarders. New Restaurant, > MORTON’S HOTEL. . Hti>B STREET* GhBISXOHUBOH. \JT (From Carle’s) Proprietor. Luncheon from, Twelve o’clock, 164 a Boarding Houses, dec. a REALLY GOOD BOARDINGA HOUSE, Directly opposite the Mail Office, BtxxiTi Stbbbt, Ashburton. Good Breakfast, Good Luncheon, Good Dinner, Good' Tea, and Meals at all times, lo.snit the convenience of easterners and " people from the county. The best place in the town of Ashburton for quiet and comfort. MRS~MUTOH (Late of the Ashburton Hotel). 986 e The A 1 Restaurant. PTTTT.T.TP HARPER wishes to intimate; to his old Patrons, and the Public generally, that he has taken those Commodious Premises in Tanobbd stbbbt known as the A 1 Restaurant, where SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION can .he obtained by all who favor him with a u ’“ Board and Lodging, £1 per week. ; Board only, 13s per week. Single Beds and Meals, Is each. Meals at all hours. ,/Hh, Don’t forget the Address — PHILLIP HARPER A 1 RESTAURANT, Tancbed btbbbt, Ashburton. 888 A HOUSE ■ (latb ahsteb’s), Tanobed btbbbt, Ashburton. The undersigned begs to inform the xmbic that he has REMOVED from the Prince Albert Dining-rooms to the more commodious Boarding-house lately in the occupation of Mr Anatee, where he hopes to merit the same patronage bestowed upon- him as.heretofore. Goon. Bathbook. , r S. LUOAS, 945 a Proprietor. TfcRINOJB ALBERT BOARDING Jt'; ■ " ' HOUSE. la consequence of insnfficient accommodation at the Eoho Dining Rooms, the proprietor has taken the PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, whore a" good table •mil always be kept. Meals la each. Good .. Accommodation for Travellers, at 16s* 18s, ahdj '£l per week, to meet the times. Private Rooms for families. - Remember the ad L Boarding House, next to Cookson’s ' Stables: and close to the Railway Station. 94a4 : Barristers, Solicitors, &c. Branson & Purnell, OARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS BAST STREET. 46 B 0. W. Ireland, ARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Saunders’ Buildings, Ashburton; 8a Easiness Notices. SPRINGFIELD COAL. THIS SPLENDID COAL may be ordered in large and small quantities^ 1 and all orders will be promptly executed. C. A. ULRICH, xCdbb’ & Co.’s Office, Cathedral Square ’’ Christchurch. Agent for Springfield Coal Co. [Limited] V GRICULTURAL MACHINE SHOP, ■a*. Ashburton. C. Ra y, ENGINEER, MILLWRIGHT, REAPER AND BINDER EXPERT. The M’Cormick, Deering, Osborne, Harvester King, and Wood’s Machines i Repaired and Adjusted, in Town or Country. Engines, Combines, Pumps, &c., Repaired at very reasonable terms. : All work guaranteed. Practical Sewing Machinist. Estimates given. t. _ - C. -R AY, Opposite Centra l Hotel, Wakanui Rd. Authorised AGENT for SCOTT .BROS.’ celebrated Leamington Cooking : Ranges, Excelsior Windmills, Tomb Rail’ihgs, and other Castings. Pkioe Lists on Application. 831 a S. Nashelski, ■TTTHOLESALE AN D RET AIL ; W ■ IRONMONGER, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand. 230 a J, Wilkie & Co., HOLESALE AND RETAIL w BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS PninKOM STBBBT NORTH, DUNEDIN. 871 a PRINTED—“ To Let ’’ and _ - obtained at the

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 370, 14 June 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 370, 14 June 1881

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