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SHIPPING. . FUNKS PENINSULA STEAM- \\ AECKERLE'S, O.OTEL • SHIP MEVIOB. akaroa riHE Steamers "CYGNET" and "JOHN L , ■^ D J?^iS»*naSpS ß £ SITUATE AT THE FRENCH END ,weatner and otnor ciroum.-.i.u.»x«. v , OF THE TOWN. in S) :— - Cargo at \\ .J. BUKE begs to inform the people For AKAROA and Bays in p enin3a la and the travelling public - Oygnet »<«}• H'SS am 4nmThurs from Christchurch and the Bays that he has Fnd. 9.55 am ap taken over the lease of the Grand Hotel tr tt? BON'S BAY— This hotel is one of the best in the town •_m QKSam 4pm Thur finest view of harbour and surrounding eoun Cygnet . *" * M ""* X try< The accommodation is of the best w,ith, TTTTf.E AKALOA AND MENZIES all the latest improvements. LITTLhi *^*^ a a The Proprietor of the hotel assures his tJa,x . M Patrons thai he will attond their every com John Anders'n Tues. 7-55 am 4pm Mon fort , wju keep & _ ej j oe n ent Taolei an d a ll Joh Anders'n Thur. 7.55 am 4pm wea tha WineSi Sv i t - lt3< and Beers, of the beali John Andera'n Sat. .7.55 am <t. P m _v.. ■ qaßlUy> . The Hotel is situated close to tho Reore For OKAIN'S BAY— at i on Ground, Bowling.'Tennis, and. rogue t John!Anders'n Tues 7.55 am 4pm MM. - round 3 John Anders'n Tbur. 755 am 4pm W«« Lunoh every doy (rom , 2 till 2. John Anders'n Satur 755 am 4pm iuj A n K oo ms Lighted with Eleotrio Light. For PIGEON BAY- ' TARIFF ARRANGED. jSaJSJ FrL D * -7.55 am 4pm Tbur. jjiNNING'S EXCELLENT ALE ON T £ 0r PORT LEVY— s Telephone No; 11 \°l i n s!™ n Wed 4-0 vm Noon Wed. Motor Garage attaohed to hojpl, and good Specal Trips and Picnics can arranged .tabling STEVENSON, STEWART & CO., ■Telephone 848. 130, Manchester Street. THE "• D. Q UGB n> S H^t@l ? j MANCRI3STEH \ND CASHEL • the Wiridsor j QRnmwmm. - private Hotel 'j _ , !d ,., <hY -;;■ ,^ BTEWR ■ Pimmi: Numbbb 1204. " ' I <i '■■la.i ■'•' be nv-.Hsed to meet all old ■—• — . \,, ..,., f •,..,,,. . .-.•• ■■• and give f ■<•■: J.^'M';" - -"'N In-f ofLli*-. .'■: ■ l ■ ■'"'.'.':',...-..,.,... ■■':'' , . Wi'i >•<■:>! ' ■'•' ;' ' ' '"'' '".-'''''" ' ... , a. .. ,•■-,.'■ "" ■'' •"• •• '.V'lt-s nnd Spirits ...-,•.' " )-.-■■: "'d »•■ / • .; ' :- *■'$•$ ■■■■"' s - : -' 'I -. ■ ::.v»'A{JD, STREET, AKAROA. ■ I "^ p •"*''■' r;V N$ j )rtNSTON. tfj' W PIPE B, (late Christchurch) wisher 1 ••' " ' ■ . ' OL to inform the Public of Akaroa and « . " ' ' surrounding Bays of the Peninsula and Christchurch that he has taken over the S $W* HJIYWAHU (ea , e of the above Hotd. and thathe is . l *** . ready to accommodate tourists and visitors n „ +Q -r Havward) in his commodious house, The Madeira fi axe j. a»jr« / Hotel affords first-class accommodation, and is close to the Recreation spoits ground, pub n„i„* a .. Panftrhanoer. Glazier," lie tennis courts, croquet lawn, bowling green « Painter ,Papemangßr, oia ftnd tbe Bath are a minute's walk. , n ,l pjpture Framer, The comforts of all visiting this licensed and PICIUre r i amo carefully attended to, and a splendid table will be at the disposal of all BEGS to notify the Public that he has Patro n 9. __ taken over the Business of Mr J. anJ) spIRITS STOO KED. Haywa>d, &n& wilt endeavour, by £tnot attention to business, to merit a fair share of CROWN XX XX BEER ON DRAUGHT, peonage. __ . -- RANGED> HOICE WALL-PAPERS IN ALL — ~ ~ " ' designs just landed Hotel tt- » r«t iron Portable UNDER NEW*" MANAGEMENT Agent for, "Unique" Cast-iron mtaoie Boiler Frames. I mHB SOMERSET BOTEL, Duvauchelle ' Jl has now passed into the capable hands of Mr Joseph Gaskin, late of Little River, ' „ • r> «•=«*. who will endeavour by every means in his Business Premises. po^er tQ mak() jt a comfortab le and con- ' Balgitebi Street, Akaroa. venient place of call for all visitors. The Travelling' Pub lio are assured of an — ~ Excellent Table, Comfortable Sleeping Acit-,< • iMn WAGES BOOK commodation, and the very best Wines and 1 lal •• ANL> W &U£iD iswui Spiritßi with variety and with nothing ~" . t . „,„ ™;ii but First Quality. WE 1-nvr- all the required forms and will \\ print TIME AND WAGES BOOKg A Fi r3t . ra t e Luncheon will be provided on at the following prices:— Sale^Dayß. Book, 25 pages .. .. Good Stabling and Roomy Looseboxee. ______ — '" Being an old Peninsula resident, the Pro prietor of the Houbo trusts that his former ' /Wk. HfWWSkmSTI "?' W friends willcall at the Somerset, and he will lip I§ i* spare no pains to make them comfortable. mdjT %o'%sWkmm m Sl&it&diM Tourists from Christchurch are invited to bnak their journey, and can be confident of W 1 "^ -jo- j« getting good lodging. I JOSEPH GAS&IN. mamr ,_,,_" _» PROPRIETOR SOMERSET HOTEL "WE LASTWORD MCOCOM duvauchelle. ~r=z=z===z===: ~ — J. TRIST. VERY WET! ' -... ~■•:. i; •. waerpj = '"•'• *<■<•■■■■■ ? <'v tomers ?iy ~ no • , . • '•• tu W» tifpr. of Eiding or W»lKing Coat ~ pow beihg q-ickly recognised as the best kind of bad weather coat Make e .. q ..W««.ou*H. RIDI _ G CO , T 37/6 Talking coat , 33/----„,,fc.. . 'wtort. LpoKl-r. ■•••"' ~ ,„ M , 'j ~.g , f ~1l lundfl also siock,-:. Oi. kms f-o.led. • CALL AND SEE OH W ITB VS. J. TRIST, 81, CASHED STBEfe OHBIBTOHUBOH

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4408, 30 June 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4408, 30 June 1914

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