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AsßMfittbk* j Hotel, - t h c i r ■ ■' ASHBURTON j ’ Hotels." asaalc'f.’t .(Nextjo^the, Bridge). .UNCAN; McKENZIE» late of the Pin -.’ IM>W U* firmiolMutch and McKenzie, having purohasedthia well-known and oldestablished HOTEL, Jft»w takes this opportunity: id) numerous In ends, and customers forahe liberal aupr port accorded;; him dudaigihis connection with the late firm, andAroata in hisnoW; undertaking ho wUl.meet.with a fuU share, of public patronage. I>, McK. trusts hip long experience, in the trade will be a suf* , flcient for the contents of the cellar, aaAothing but -the .best quality -of Ales, Wines and Spirits will be kept.in. ■took. j The well-knbwn-'* reputation o£> the TABLElwilb.be,' fully maintained, under the personal [supervision -of the proprietor, who wiU rapare i joa in . making. his patrons really comfortable. « G. d: McKenzie, . r ■ Proprietor.

PAiLACE AND gI^ATE^HOTEL. lii ;i MORAYPtAOB; m i.j- • » •- • . •>• Xheao extensive- premises, - s replete; with every ibofafort'.as‘a firat-classßeataurant and Family, i Hotel, iare-Hoy open to the puhliooij;Gafb and; spacious Dining-rooms, Ladies’- and fientlementa.Saloona, Reading, SinalciDg, iandiOheasi Rooms: ;Single Searomnhr.acad suits.rof'Apartments. The. is extremely healthy, and the ViaWfe from the; upper rooms aimplr-m®*®^ o ® ll *''” j 3:iji -■ Terms moderate. 673 a:: J/.* J’ > .• , r . . ( Manager. Rf?FBNW I 0 K ’ S M Adelaide Hotel, DUNEDIN.- ’ ‘ Good for Boarders. 872 a,y a -l /~MRS FENWICK NMfc :!Kest aiir ant, hnfi.NtoNTDN'B Wr«7#lferftV.ißT, ’ GsfttihidnmcH. f'i BOdWH B : W. - C DLLI NS O N •<’ Carle’s) • 1 1 i mi , i-mo. PRIETOR. LnncHe&d'frbm Twelve o’clock. 264 a ! - r Houses,; &c. A really good boabding- ' i; HOUSER Directly opposite the Mail Office, B n .asx t *_S,*^ s.hb». Good Breakfast, Good Luncheon, Good Dinner, Good Tesy,, and,Meals at all times, to suit the oonvd&ience of customers and, people from, the country. ~ - ThO out place in the town of Ashburton for quiet tmd comfort. ■ , ■ . (Late of me Ashburton Hotel). 985 c The AlE.estaurant. IPERI wishes tor in- .. bid*-Patrons, and thePublic generally, that he has taken those Commodious ip, Tanored , street knoimiias?’the i-A-i tßestaurant, where SUPERIOR,; :i ACCOMMODATION can be all< who favor him with a writ. iUfH plli t:"- •'/ v.V* BdiMJiridnhodging, £1 per week. Board only, ISapeßwe-jLi; HitfglalßMaiftiiA Meals, Is each. WOJfl .. hours.- - ; . 7/OJKnJ of jMh Don’t, forgot'the Address— , P > HARPER ■ h-,A I? T>;HR A NT,. ■ . - - „TAI*bEK» BTBBKT, Ashburton. ' ' 886

i-A. Js N.A‘ M *A- 1 ' H O’U 'S ; E ( 'f ianbtxb’s). , STREET, ASHBURTON. Ur underaigned'b'ef^* 1 toinform the pubßrthßtrhe haa REMOVED from the Prince Albert Dining-rooms to ? the more commodious Bpiidlrig-house lately in the occupation of Mr Anstee, where he hopes 16 m«it(jOio same: patrcmage bestowed upon'mm as heretofore^-Good Bath, BOOH. *' - 1 " ■' J S, LUCAS, • ; T|l|*TOpWetol'l l ‘ u l OIbJI«IJXA 1 BRINOB ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE.’ r . » ad yt ■ ■ ■ i/' . ■ - ‘ . f Tftd cetosbqtfence ' ofinSnffident-wicom- * modfttSffi t At t th'e Eptio Dfaing 'Robins, the protfififfl^r' ;,,! htfs ' J «akeii j "the/ 1; PRINCE ALBERT ‘BOARDING HOUSE, 7 where a good table will always'hA 1 kept.''' Mbals' la Travellers, at 16s, 18s, and £lperweek, tompetthe-times. y Private Booms for families. 0 JKemember the ad dresa—OHAphra Tracp?, Prince Albert Boarding riext to 1 Cookson’s WWiiiiiiili Business Noticed vAnl -Bj-OUNT SOMERS STORE; , JjShIW) V»1 vi«q3T-i‘t ! <fo>f AiIItW»tUDDICOMBE & GO. > &ke this r ppr»Vtunify •of thankihg(their l‘ support iriade commencingibiislness, 'flfptl nnw:tayio notify.that; they- have been! encouraged to make extensive additions to f thnisfUitri inoreasatheir stock,! whiftn-otlkArtahla.residents in: the ’Somers and surrounding districts ..to I .) without having to mfiky y t««g-to Ashburton or " * Drapery, Grocery, rand t?iw' ilcsorlptioß,/ at A cart goes round tie ”ev«^ n and execute E&eo., General Storekeepers, &c., JS Somers. m^riwiGvArdian. aidant co i * 757 a ibn.L. .nimV7’";i uf*■ shelski, hsH h:m *j ! k«i. ww ait li ,‘Mtl*T .1 g|i SdnfiAtMoirifchs Office of this -TTi

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 382, 29 June 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 382, 29 June 1881

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