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,t S :ju -J Hotels. Ashburton Hotel, , "ASHBURTON . -- i * ’"(Next tojfche Bridge). . MoKENZIE, late # of. the _ ‘mrhbf Mutch and McKenzie, havA 1 • m? huroHsaed, this well-known and -oldHOTEL, now takes thja opnaiw ‘ of : thankinghis friends and customers for the liberal sup- ! r • »1 pojPt’accordcd /him' hia connection . with the late firm, and trusts in his new ts frill meet, with a full share of public patronage. ;■ D. r. McK. trusts his long exppifipnoe.in"the tradewillbe a sufcontents of the , " s ' cellar, asndthing but the best quality of 4 "’-'Aldi, Wines ancl Spirits will be kept in stock. , . , ’ reputation of the • ij TABLE will be fully maintained, under j ; personal supervision of the proprietor, who will spare ho effort in making his ; ; -jpatrons resuly comfortable. b'ty. V r '254 : 0 »tu. 500 GOOD D. MoKENZIE, Proprietor. Oa; COFFEE PALACE 'AND U'JuP*' !v '' ‘PRIVATE HOTEL. , . Mobat PIACK. These extensive premises, replete with i'erety comfort ss>a first* class Restaurant and Family<;Hotel,/ are how open to the, public!' Csfd and' spacious Dining-rooms, >jLadies’.and:Gentlemen’s Saloons, Beading)' 1 Smoking, and Chess Booms ; Single Bedrooms and suits of Apartments! The elevaiionof the Hotel is extremely healthy) and the views from the upper rooms < Amply magnificent. - 878 a Terms moderate. s.*sThawkins, Manager. tw* e > y. - ■ ill Jjr B S FENWICK'S Adelaide Hotel, Hakovee stbeet, DUNEDIN; Good! Accommodation for Boardfera. 872» v . ~~MBS FEN WIQK. New Restaurant, ‘ MORTON’S HOTEL. i .. . High- street, Chbistohcboh. W, OOtiLINSiON A \JC • - - (From Oarie’s)- . Pbofbiezob. _,,, f . from p’cJockS. 264 a

xonauaBusiness' Notices. OUNT SOMERS -ST6RE, &|cp. Tale tma opportunity of thanking their ikA ; iOMufibiditon 7loi Jthe -V&ty liberal i support J ... _ accorded! thMtoittc&ttnbmencing jbufpness, and now beg to notify that they havs been' - ,, , encouraged to make extensive additipna to tkefatdref “ ‘ ( ; in.the,']|[ount disfriots to ppt haying to *inbutt«n ! br pya:i ji.ua ~ jr T// , oceiyjj and j bf-- SVMy description, at H;M dart gpesi.itound the eekto aifd execute " £ *

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 384, 1 July 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 384, 1 July 1881

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