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Hotels FOREST HOTEL. The undersigned having taken the above well-known Hotel, begs to inform his friends and the travelling : public generally that, they will always find every comfort, combined with civility and economy. Wines, Beer, and Spirits of the choicest brands, &c, i- , ■ . Good Stabling and Secure Paddocks. JOHN BOWICK, . , c Proprietor. THE GLASGOW PIE HOUSE, Comer of Dowling and Princes streets, Dunedin, . J. DONALDSON, .. . - Proprietor. ‘ _ '}} HaS opehed'a place in connection with the above, which he has christened “THE BODEGA,” and can promise to' supply hia friends with a better Glass of Wine or Beer, direct from the cask in a cool cellar, than, they can obtain anywhere in the city. Dowling Street. Princes street. ' . ' “THE BODEGA. J ’ au 17. TH. E S H A D E S, Hereford street. W. H, PORTER ! Begs to announce that he has entirely Rebuilt the Shades, and in soliciting the patronage of his friends, and the public generally, is determined that the prestige attaching to the old house for the excellence of its wines, spirit 3;, liqueurs,, A.PPj ' dies, shall be fully maintained. ~,, s Especial attention has been paid to the , Cuisine, ,the. resources, of the kitchen being very complete. ■ : ; One of the Largest Ranges procurable, and a Grill of corresponding size, hajs been fitted therein. ■ The services of one of the best chefs has been secured, so that the LUNCHEONS at the Shades are second to - none in the colony. Gentlemen whose business avocations necessitate luncheoh in the city are respectfully solicited to patronise this establishment. N.B.—The Grill is in full swing to-day. Boarding Houses, &c. E Panama ho u (late a stee’s; Tanored street Ahhpurton. . The undersigned begs to inform the fable that he has REMOVED from the rince Albert Dining-rooms to fche_ more commodious Boarding-house lately itt the occupation of Mr Anstee, where he hopes to. merit the same patronage beato’tfdd npon him as heretofore. Good Bathroom, S. LUCAS*!, Proprietor. -r>EINOE ALBERT BOARDING J f HOUSE. i ,In ; Consequence pi insufficient accommodation at the Echo Dining Rooms, the proprietor has taken the PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, where a good table w always ho kept. Meals Is each. Good Accommodation for Boarders and Travellers, at 16s, and £1 per week, to meet the times. - Private Rooms for families. Remember .the ad dress—Charles Truckle, Prince Albert' Boarding House, Wills street,! near the Railway Station. ' : w ,944 Triangle boarding house (Late Cotton s). ; The undersigned wishes to intimate that, he has taken the above Boarding House,. where Travellers and others in wapt of GOOD ACCOMMOD ATION will receive EVERY ATTENTION. Reasonable Rates. ; Meals at all Hours. lau D. STEWART, Proprietor.

Conveyances. TINWALD AND MOUNT SOMERS RAILWAY. MOUNT SOMERS AND ANAMA ROYAA MAIL COACH. i This Coach leaves Hood’s Hotel, Mount Somers, for Anama Railway Station, at 7.30 am. and 5.35 p.m. every Tuesday and Saturday; returning to Mount Somers on the arrival of each train. Parcels and Luggage punctually attended to. Single fares, ?s; return, 3s. 4n JOHN HOOD. Por Sale. T O 20 S E L L. ACRES 20 Situate at Alford Forest, 4 miles from Mount Somers Township, and 3J miles from Mount Somers school; 10 Acres in Grass, 9 Acres in Oats, 1 Acre in Turnips, Potatoes, and Man golds. 2-Roomcd House and Stable on. Terms easy. Apply to • : . ' C. B M. BRANSON, nl Agent, East street. Ashburton. r O R E. 220 Acres good Tussock LAND, partly fenced, being rural sections 32367 and 82366. The land is situated about 2£ miles from the Anama station, which has just been declared open for railway traffic. Apply to 6o POYNTZ & CO. E For s a From this date— CRUSHED OATS, 3s 4d per Bushel. BRAN, SHARPS, CHAFF. OATEN SHEAF CHAFF. First-class lot of VEGETABLE and FLOWER SEEDS. JOSEPH CLARK, Ashburton and Tinwald. o 5 Educational. MISS STEANE having returned, do Ashburton, desires to inform her ids in the town ahd neighborhood that she will be happy to receive MUSIC PUPILS at Mr Jones’ Room, Baring square, or attend at their own houses, if desired. Terms (per Quarter) —Young Children, One Guinea ; Adults, 30s. Lessons given in French, Drawing, Ladies Fancy Work, etc. An Evening Class three times weekly for general instruction—ls 6d for one, 2s 6d or two. Next Rev. Nixon’s, Tancred street. s^B jgTLLIARDS. BILLIARDS. John Beecher, OP THE CENTRAL HOTEL, ' ; Begs to inform the' Billiard-playipg public that he has now OPENED nis fine BILLTARD-ROOM, where they will find, one of .Alcook’s celebrated Tables, «nd a Marker always “ on the spot.” Billiards, Pool, and Pyramids. ■ • JOHN'BEECHER, Qbntbal Hotel, Wakanoi Road, friAiti Ashburton. au 26

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 788, 8 November 1882

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