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HOTELS^ VV AECKERLE'S JtIOTEL AKAROA. N ir t- SITUATE AT THE FRENCH END OF THE TOWN. t - V\ •J. BfjXKG begs toinform the people of the P«nin=ula and the travelling public ' s from Christchurch and the Bays that he ha« taken over the lease of the Grand Hotel This hotel is one of the best in the town "* finest view of harbour and surrounding ooun try. The accommodation is of the best with S all the latest improvements. The Proprietor of the hotel assures his n Patrons that he will attend their every cornel fort, will keep an excellent Table, and all the Wines, Spirits, and Beers, of the best quality. The Hotel is situated close to the Recrei, at ion Ground, Bowling, Tennis, and Croquet [ Grounds. j Lunch every day from 12 till 2. Local All Rooms Lighted with Electric Light. TARIFF "ARRANGED. " MANNING'S' EXCELLENT ALE ON TAP Telephone No; 11 Motor Garage attached to hotel, and gcod i stabling THE Queen's Heiel; CORNER MANCHESTER AND CASHEL STREETS, CHRISTCHURCH. ALEX. McHARRY .. .. Propbietoe (Late of We3t Coast). AMcH. will be pleased to meet all old • patrons of the Peninsula and give them a hearty welcome. Only best brands of Wines and Spiritb ] kept. i SPEIGHT'S XXXX ALE , ON TAP. TARIFF ss. | Hot©!, LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA. | HW PIPER, (late Christchurch) wishes : to inform the Public of Akaroa and | surrounding Bays of the Peninsula and Christchurch that he has taken oyer the , lease of the above Hotel, and tba'the is i ready to accommodate tourists and visitors in his commodious house. The Madeira ' Hotel affords first-class accommodation, and ( j 8 close to the Recreation sports ground, pub lie tennis courts, croquet lawn, bowling green , and the Bath are a minute's walk. The comforts of all visiting this licensed bouse-will be carefully attended to, and a splendid table will be at the disposal of all Patrons. BEST WINES AND SPIRITS STOCKED. CROWN XXXX BEER ON DBAUGHT. TARIFF ARRANGED. B@H3@rsei Hotel UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE SOMERSET HOTEL, Duvauchelle : has now passed into the capable hands ' of Mb Joseph Gaskin, late of Little River, . who will endeavour by every means in his '. power to mako it a comfortable and con ■ . venient place of call for all visitors, ] The Travelling Publio are assured of an - Excellent Table, Comfortable Sleeping Ac- ' commodation, and tbe very best Wines and ' , Spirits, with great variety and with nothing but First Quality. A First-rate Luncheon wiil be provided on Sale Days. Good Stabling and Roomy Looso boxes. Being an old Peninsula resident, the Pro prietor of the House trusts that his former friends will call at tho Somerset, and he will spare no pains to make them oomfortable. Tourists from Christchurch are invited to break their journey, and can be oonfident of getting good lodging. josephTgaskin, PROPRIETOR SOMERSET HOTEL DUVAUCHELLE.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4373, 20 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4373, 20 February 1914

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