t Hotels. Ashburton Hotel, ASHBURTON (Next to the Bridge). Duncan McKenzie, iat© of the firm of Mutch and McKenzie, having purchased this*well-known and oldestablished MOTEL, now takes this opportunity of thanking his numerous friends and customers for the liberal support accorded him during his _ connection with the late firm, and trusts in his new undertaking he will meet with a full share of public patronage. D. McK. trusts his long experience in the trade will be a sufficient guarantee for the contents of the cellar, as nothing but the best quality of Ales, Wines and Spirits will be kept in took. The well-known reputation of the TABLE will be fully maintained, under the personal supervision of the proprietor, who will spare no effort in making his patrons really comfortable. GOOD STABLING. D. MoKENZIE, 50c Proprietor. LBION HOTEL, COLOMBO STREET NORTH, CHRISTCHURCH. W. DANIELS Proprietor. Every accommodation will be afforded visitors and the travelling public at this hotel. The cellar will be found to contain Wines and Spirits of the best assortment, at the lowest remunerative rates. 271 c Dunedin coffee palace and PRIVATE HOTEL. Moray Place. These extensive premises, replete with every comfort as a first-class Restaurant and Family Hotel, are now open to the public. 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. , s."sThawkins, 873 a Manager. RS FENWICK’S Adelaide Hotel, Hanover street, DUNEDIN. Good Accommodation for Boarders. 872 a: MRS FENWICK Transformation!! QUEEN’S MOTEL, CHRISTCHURCH, keep now the best brands only in Liquors and Cigars. C. KNOWSLEY, 331 c Proprietor. Boarding Houses, &c. * REALLY GOOD BOARDINGHpUSE, Directly opposite the Mail Office, Burnett Street, Ashburton. Good Breakfast, Good Luncheon, Good Dinner, Good Tea, and Meals at all times, to suit the convenience of customers and people from the country. The best place in the town of Ashburton ■ for quiet and comfort. MRS. MUTCH (Late of the Ashburton Hotel). 985 c The A 1 Restaurant. PHILLIP HARPER wishes to intimate to his old Patroi s, and the Public generally, that he has taken those Commodious Premises in Tancrbd street known as the A 1 Restaurant, where SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION can be obtained by all who favor him with a visit. Board and Lodging, £1 per week. Board only, 13s per weak. Single Beds and Meals, 1s each. Meals at all hours. Don’t forget the Address — PHILLIP HARPER A 1 RESTAURANT, Tancrbd street, Ashburton. 886 PANAMA HOUSE (late anstee’s), Tancred 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 Bathroom. S. LUCAS, 945 a Proprietor. PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE. In consequence of insufficient accommodation at the Echo Dining Rooms, the proprietor has taken the PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, where a good table will always be kept. Meals Is each. Good Accommodation for Boarders and Travellers, at 16s, 18s, and £1 per week, to meet the times. Private Rooms for families. Remember the ad dress— Charles Truckle, Prince Albert Boarding House, next to Cookson’s Stables, and dose to the Railway Station. 94a4 JpOODFOR THE MILLION THE A 1 RESTAURANT, TIMARU. It Beats the Christchurch Coffee Palace. Hot Pies and Coffee ... 6d. Mince Meat and Coffee ... 6d. Meals Is. It is close to the Railway Station, so don’t forget to run over while the train stops. A smart waitress in attendance. Dr James Murdoch, -yyAYING taken the House in Burnett street, at present occupied by Mr Cambridge, Chemist, will COMMENCE PRACTICE in Ashburton, on MONDAY, 6th Jane, 188 L 951 a
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 407, 28 July 1881
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