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Business Ndtitcefci 1 «r jy-OUNT SOMERS W. H. PUDDICQMBE & COTake 'this, dipßortunit/ ol thanhlkiMtfcwn customers for the very . liberal support accorded them since commencing business, and now beg : to notifylEGat theylutye bean encouraged to make ex ten aive’ lb . the store and largely., which will enable residents’, ih'theJMopiU ‘ Somers' and surwdhdin'g.'^sfri^iW 1 ' obtain every haymow; I ,i make - a long journey ' t’6' pt ; ' Christchurch. Drapery. GroCfeffi Ironmongery, of every description, at mt&jM&am orders. W. H. General Storekeepers, &c., Mount S6m'efs. Agents for the Ashhurton ■ ; ■ ' ■ "?i» S. Nashelski, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRONMONGER, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, New Zetland. 230 a rnHRESHING BOOKS printed on the J. shortest notice, at the Office of this ISSU - ■ ' - —• J.:-f -li Hotels.

Ashburton Hotel, tASHBURTQN (Next to the Bridge). X/L Duncan McKenzie, late of the firm of Mutch and McKenzie, having purchased Ahis well-known and old* established HOTEL, now takes this opportunity of thanking his numerous friends and customers for the liberal support accorded him-during his cquneotfßn with the late fi'rm, hfad trusts in nts Mr undertaking he will meet with a full share of public patronage. D. McKi trusts his long experience in the trade will be a sufficient guarantee for the contents of the cellar, as nothing but the best quaHty oT I Ales, Wines and Spirits wiljbo -kept in stock. The well-known, reputation of the TABLE will be fully maintained, under the personal supervision of the prppfidhPiT who will spare no effort in making his patrons really comfortable. 60c GOOD'STABLING. D. McKENZIE, Proprietor. Dunedin coffee palace and PRIVATE HOTEL ite with itaurant to the ■rooms, Readlie Moray Placul. These extensive premises,' . every comfort as a first-das* and Family Hotel, -ate now public. Cafd and spacious Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s } ing, Smoking; and Chess Rf Bedrooms andanits of ApaT and .the 'yiefriK simply magnificent. : .'■> V U O (1 Terms moderate. Ci s-IThawkins, 873 a

■i t e ir •ii Adelaide ’ HaKOVBB STREET, DUNED! Good Accommodation for Boarders. 41 ,al.v:o 872 a ■' ' ' RENwi: • ''fv ;■ New Restaurant, MORTON’S HOTEL, t Hiohstebbt, Christchurch. a EOR6E W. COLL IN SOTS"* t (From Carle’s) r t v t/j ; ; r :_>■ 11 Fbopkktok. Luncheon from Twelve ' o’clock.'26ia. r —m——— Boarding Houses, &c. ~,, I* REALLY GOOD BOARDINGS i - house, • ••• jT Directly opposite the Mail Office; --'.loj. BuRNETT SIBKET, AsHBUBIOIf. Good Breakfast, Good Lu , , Dinner, Good Tea, and Meals at tu* Hun. to suit the convenience of customers wd people from the country. * ,’ A §' ! The best place in' the town of AshbUrtorf.. for quiet and comfort. MRSNTOTCH , .. .. (Late of the Ashburton Hotels ’9B6h ‘ ~|-H —: .r; —ii *!!UfA The Al Restaurant. T3TTTT.T.TP HARPER wishes to inilT timate to his old Patrons, and the Public generally, that he has taken those Commodious Premises in Tanobed stress known as the A 1 Restaurant, where SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION can he obtained by all who Savor him with a visit. Board and Lodging, £1 pet week. M “ f: Board only, 13s per week. = / j. Single Beda.and Meals, Is each. Meals at all hours. OSSS- Don’t forget the ■ , PHILLIP HARP ER ; Al RESTAURANT, ~ ; , Tanobed street, i.n r. j'l Ashburton. . ■? «8 V iX3 A N A M A' ■!H i O ; -U i 'S B JL ' (bate anstbe's), -I i 3. Tancbbd street, Ashburton. The undersigned begs to inform the Ipubic that he has REMOVED from i ttd Prince Albert Dining-rooms to them&eL commodious Boarding-house lately intha 1 occupation of Mr Anstee, where hehopesto merit the same patronage bestowedjupon him as heretofore. Goon 1 ROOM. ■ ; S. LUOAg, :-r |945a Proprietor. ;i ' T^igNCEj. albert b HOUSE r ■* | 'lh . consequence of insufficient aa>om->, the Echo Dining Rooms). the. ithprietdr' ■ ! has taken ALBERT boarding i a good’table will always be . k«ipt.'. J 1 llS'“rnwh. 1 " Good Accommodation _ Boarders tad Travellers, at 16p, 18s, and <£l per Week, to meet the*times.,': Private {Rooms for families. Remember the ad {dress —Charles Truckle, Prince Albert 1 ■ MM

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 381, 28 June 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 381, 28 June 1881

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