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HOTELS' W~JLJ" " AEOKEULE'ri JLI OTiiL AKAROA. i SITUATE AT THE FRENCH END j OF. THE TOWN. ! \A 7 ' YV .J- T '"'KP. bssrs toinform the people of the L-^riin-tila &w the trftvellin!» public from and the Bays that he has taken over the lease of the Grand Hotel This hotel Sβ one of the beat in the town finest view of harbour and surrounding coun h'v. The fkcmomm'odntion is of the best with all the latest improvements. The Proprietor of the hotel assure* his .Patrons that he will attend their wery comfort, will, keep an excellfint Table, and all the Wine.?, t'yirits, and Beer?, oi th« best •iuality. • T!jr- n-tei ; s situated c\o*p to -lip lir-cre 'miuii Gi'onrn!, Bowling. Tennis, iinil oque "J.uneii.'fivorv niy fvnui 12 til! 2. All li.r*is Liyiitfti! wi<!) Klrc'ric JVglit. TARIFF AIUtANGED, MAHNINCi'S EXCKLLIi'NT ALE ON TAp't'shf;;./ ;ip. No. .11 . j ■*v 1 y.:.-i Gartgo asU!.ohed t,<j hotel, and g oi' sfeabiinp • ' I . . • I LAVAUD iSTIIEKT,: AKAItOA.

H\V PlPBl!, (late Chriatchurcb) wiahes to inform the Public of Akaroa and surrounding Biys of tbo Peninsula and Christohurch that he bas taken over the learc- of the abovo Hotel, and thut be ia ready to-accommodate, tourists and visitors in his-commodious house. The .• Madeira. Hotel nfiords .first-class accoDtnuidatici;. and is, clo-e t,o thse Becreation sports around, pub lie 'tenuis couUs, croquet lawn,-bowiing green duel thc.Ha'.h are a-minute's walk. Thn.-o.brutotts of all visiting this licensed house, writ be'carefully attended to,•• Hue! a splendid table will be a; the disposal .01 a! ! Patroii?. BSB.T WIKES : AND SPIRITS STOCKED. CH r > A r SXXX BEER iW V° t T Gb 2 i mES'£G.\IERoF.t'BO.T : ,'X- 'Has nosy paused into She oapabit?, flfinii* of Mb-Joseph Gabkis, late cf LitlUt- B.iy-ir, whoiwiil en'lsavuui , hyevm , .? Tn?i<.ri,. in htapower to cj.'ikt' it- & e7rofartab!e-!-.:>d convenient place of. o?:llhii' ail vieitnrs.The Travellicg Puiiio are , igi'V.fe-.V oi an Excellent Table, Oomi'jrtitbio N.-.j..i;;ii;.; /.aeommodation, and tho very best Vfinsg and Spirits, with great variot-y and with nothing but ITirefc Quality, &. Firft-rats faiacheon wiH be provider] on Sale Days. Goc.3 Si&bllng and Lteomy T.icoEe-boiLOtt. , ' Being an old Peninsula resident, the Proprietor o( the Houso trusts thnt hi 3 former friends will call at the Somerset, and ha will spare co paina to mate them oomfortable. Tourists from Christohurch aro invited to break their journey, and can be confident of {;etting good lodging. JOSEPH GASfUN, PBQIr RIETOB SOMERSET HOTEL DUYAUGHELLE. .BKUCE ■ HOTEL : • , AKaroa W, BUUL&ND, late of Bangiora, J „ ' wishes to iniorm hie Friends, . Tour-scs, and the Jrabiic generally that ho has taken o-v?v its abavo new und boauiiinujioifuaUu xlclei overlooking j [be 'ov :y AkaroaJJarbou:', and in class 1 '0 tbe.Uc^uin —a unique spotr ■--ft id I,"ipfß by EtV'/'.i. attention 10 busilittf- iit-'J h. supp;y:ng only the best 0! Winea and spirits to iusris a fair share of public patronage.' Motor Jjaunohes, Fiebiag, Bathing, elo. CROWN XIXX BEEB ON DRAUGHT

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914

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