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HO'iT.i..- , . ! 'W'aECKERLK'S I 1 OTEL : AKAKOA. SITUATE AT THE FRENCH END | OF THE TOWN. I —""—~— I V\ •J- BUKE bscjs toinform the people i of the Peninsula and the travelling public . from Christchurch and the Bays that he has j taken over the lease of the Grand Hotel This hotel is one of the best in the town finest view of harbour and-surrounding coun I tr?. The accommodation is of the best with \ all the latest improvements The Proprietor of the hotel azures his : Patrons that he will attend their every corn fort, will keep an excellent Tablo. and all the Wine?, t-'pirits, and Beers, of th? be*t Thn Hotel is situated in the R»cr« . ation Ground, Bowling, Tennis,,and ue ; Grounds. ! T.unch every day from 12 till 2. j A.I Rooms Lighted with Electric Light. I TARIFF ARRANGED. , MANNING'S EXCELLENTALE ON. T Telephone No. 11 Motor Garnge attached to hotel, and good stabling _—; ~ I Madeira H©t©l 9 LAVAUD BTBEET. AKAKOA. HW PIPK!.. (H>t- I to inform ihe I.:" '' ''' ''■■■■"' "' '■ :lr ! -urronndinp Bsy= of u;o I- '»■■--■" P-"" : that he hus ' wk-h t> i- uiles.«e of thp above Hotel, am! U:;nh<>. is reariy to tiPcon.wulßte io\ui>i.- Hiui vi,n hs ootuui.-.dKiiia iionse, Ino M.• ■■ ■■ ■ < Hotel HiJordy fiiit clft'K Hcromnindniinn. lun! is elo-e to the Reeveß'. on m.o>;s V^" , "'- 1 ■ I" 1 ' , lie tennis com is, c o<i"fi. liwn, t*.- >ti» and the Bftth area n>inu»"'s w.. i The comforts of nil visii.n B mi* house will be carefully atcemd'y ;o. hiv( a .splendid table will be at the disposal of all Patrons. BEST WINES AND SPIRITS STOCKED. CROWN XXXX BEER ON DRAUGHT. TARIFF ARRANGED. Somerset Hotel UNDER NEW. MANAGEMENT rpHK SOMEKSM" HOTf-X. Onvaiu-belle I now .-as--:* .■■"■" i»« '-•'■pable h oida ot Ma Josicph Gasm r ;.u- of Little River, who will .endeavour ~.'.-.-., y n.»ftn<» in his power to nißbn it h c-.-ulo. mVilh and con ■ venient place of c«!l ' •<■ k- v;-:to--'. The T.-jiv e .iir.« :■ •:..•! ■< » *»> •«'' r>r nn Excellent I ao'e.. C-μ,. .:-..■ Accormnodfti.ou. a-" 1 ! " •" * • Wl,! ""' '''"' Hpir : ts, w;:h grmi, va.'.tty a.a \>:ui noiluug but First Qaaliiy. ' A Firatrate Limohfion be pi-qvided on | Kale Da-yi. \ Good Stabling ami 1',00,.iy Loose iio.tei. | ... J Being an old PeniiiMiiii re-.r.-ni. fn- !' ; -o j piiet-orof the House ti,i,i.s mat ins .j-uierl friends will call at the Sonurs't, and h-.- will 'spare no pains to make them oumfortabse. 5§ r Courista from Christchuvch are invited lo break their journey, and can be confident o£ getting good lodging. JOSEPH GASKIN, PROFRIBTOR SOMRRBKT HOTEL DUVAUCHELLE. .BBTTCE . HOTEL • AKaroa rl W BTJRLAND, late of Rangiora, '. wiehee to inform big Friends, Tourists, and tbe Public Renerally that be has taken over the above new ond beautifully situated Hotel overlool i.. 8 tie lov ly AkaroaHarbour, and >n close prSximity to tbe Domuin-aunurie spot -and hope- by strict attention to bubi uees. ar.d in P npplyin ß only the be of Wines and spirits to merit a fair share of public patronage. Motor Launches, Fishing, Bathing, elc. CROWN XYXX iBEE£ON_DBAJJfI_HT . tristT _

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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