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Hotels FQUEST HOTEL. The undnrsigned 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. Good Stabling and Secure Paddocks. JOHN BOWICK, c Proprietor. SHBURTON HOTEL. Begs to intimate to the travelling public that hedias taken ov c r the above Hotel, which lie has entirely re- eoorated and refurnished. The table is replete with every delicacy of the season; and the Wines and Spirits are all guaranteed to be of the very best brands. T.O. invites his friends and customers to judge for themselves by giving him a THO 3. OBPHIN, Ashburton Hotel, near the Bridge. mHE GLASGOW PIE HOUSE, | Corner of Dowling and Princes streets, Dunedin,’ J. DONALDSON, Proprietor. Has opened a place in connection with the above, which ha has christened “ THE BODEGA,” and can promise to supply his 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. Dowitng Street. Fringes street. “THE BODEGA.” an 17 HE SHADES, Begn 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, spirits, liqueurs, and ales, shall be fully maintained; Especial attention has been paid to the Cuisine, the resources of (he kitchen being very complete. One of the Largest Ranges procurable, and a Grill of corresponding size, has been fitted therein. The services of one of the best chefs has been secured, so that the LUNCHEONS ait the Shades are second to none in the colony. ‘ Gentlemen whose business avocations •necessitate luncheon in the city are respectfully solicited to patronise this establishment. • THOS. ORPHIN call. 14d N.B.—Stabling free. Hereford street. W. H. PORTER

N.B.—The Grill is in full swing to-day. t 27 Boarding Houses, &c. PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE. In consequence ol insufficient accommodation at the Echo Dining Rooms, the proprietor has taken the PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, where a good table w always be kept. Meals Is each. Good Accommodation for Boarders and Travellers, at 16s, 18s, and £1 per week', to meet the timra. Private Rooms for families. Remember the' ad dross— Chaki.es Truckle, Prince Albert Boarding House, Wills street, near the Railway Station. 944 PANAMA HOUSE (late a stee’s), Tancred street Ashi 1 urton. 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, Proprietor, Conveyances. LONGBEACH f ROYAL MAIL COACH Leaves Longhead, for Ashburton daily (Sundays excepted) 7.30 a. rn., Waterton 8.10 a.m., Ashton 8;•».'> a.ra., Wheatstone 8.45 a.m., arriving at Ashburton in time for the 10.24 express from Christchurcf to Timaru. The coach leaves Shearman;? Somerset Hotel,, Ashburton, -at ’.4.50 pi m., arriving at Longbeach at 7.30 p. m. Parcels or orders left at any of tin above places wi l ! receive strict attention Fares—Through single fares, 5s ; return same day, Bs. W. E. BOND, Proprietor, 427 c Longbeach. rniNWALD AND MOUNT SOMERS RAILWAY. MOUNT SOMERS AND ANAMA ROYAL MAIL COACH. This Coach leaves Hood’s Hotel, Mount Somers, for Annrna Railway Station, at 7.30 a.m. and 5.35 p.m. every Tuesday and Saturday 7; returning to Mount Somers on the arrival of each train. Parcels and Luggage punctually attended to. Single fares, ?.s ; return, 3s. JOHN HOOD. 4n O c TO PASSENGERS. The Coach to Cracroft will bo DIS CONTINUED until further notice, on account of bad roads, and the Mail w be carried on a pack-horse. A. JACKSON, 277 e Proprietor. MR THOMAS MUTTER BEGS to announce that, having sold his General Store Business, he has NOW OPENED IN THE S A D.D L E R Y LI N E. Mr T. M.’s 24 years experience in that line is a sufficient guarantee that all work entrusted to him will bo executed in a workmanlike manner. Workmen sent out. Christchurch Prices Guaranteed. MR THOS. MUTTER, Mackay street, South Hakaia B OXING! BOXING!! BOXING!!! DAN LEA, Champion Light Weight of New Zealand, and ex Champion of England, has commenced giving Lessons in the Noble Art of Self Defence, in Mr Hill’s Sample Rooms, back of Somerset Hotel every TUESDAY and FRIDAY Nights, from 7.30 to 10 o’clock, for Pupil only. Private Class Lessons, £1 pe month. N.B.—-The rooms will be thrown open every SATURDAY Night, for PubTc BOXING, under the superintendence of Dun himself. All written communications to be addressed to Somerset Hotel. 9»

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 819, 15 December 1882

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 819, 15 December 1882

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