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HOTELS iiaieira !©t@S^ LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA. is T_T W"PIPER, (late Chriatcliuroh) wishes 8--I- to inform the Publio of Akaroa and : ■insi-ounding Bayß of the Peninsula and Cbr'stohureh that he has /taken over the lease of the above Hotel,' and that he is 3 ready to accommodate touasts and visitors in his oommodious housei The Madeira Hotel affords first-class acownmodation. and '" is close to the Recreation s|brta ground, pnb He tennis courts, croquet lawn, bowling green 5 and tho Bath are a minute's walk. ' The (jomforts of all visiting this licensed 1 house will be carefully attended to, and a ' splendid table will be at the disposal of all Patrons. OEST WINES AND SPIRITS STOCKED. CUOWN XXJ& BEER ON DRAUGHT. TARIFF ARRANGED. S@m@! w set Hotel UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT rHE SOMERSET HOTEL, Duvauohelle has now passed into tho capable hands of Mn JosEpn Gaskin, late ot Little River, who will endeavoar 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 Accommodation, and the very best Wines and Spirits, with groat variety and with nothing but Firet Quality. A First-rate Luncheon be provided on' Sale Days. Good Stabling and Roomy Loose-boxe3. Being an old Peninsula resident, the Pro-p-ietor cf the House trusts that his former fcihTi'l-i will call at the Somerset, and will ■Van: nj p.-iins to r_iibe them comfi.rJable. Tiurlsf- from Chrbtchuroh are invited to hfi'iik t.i-.eir journey, and can be aonfident of V V. !ig ijU'.;d lodging. JOj£PH- GASKIN. i-iUil-'IiJIiTOR SOMI.RSKT HOTEL .DUVAUCHELLE. _.■— ■ — ? ' AKaroa W. lat nf Ranpinra, , v-, l;.■■« to info'lli hiLi Friind'. T ■•,,•, A ii il'io Public ui'n<-r,illy that ii<: hrs taken ovag the above new and » Item :;fn 11y ifituatw Hotel ovenonUi'g the l-.v ly AkironHaibour, and in clnse proximity to the Domain—a unique spot —and hopes by .strict attention to business, and in supplying only the best of Wine* and spirits to merit-a fair chare of public putronage. Motor liiuVch'. h, Fishing, Bathing, eto. OR OWN BEEH ON DRAUGHT' p ■TO iIFSIDRNTb OF.DUVAU- ' mi,-; i,!' nii --TTn-'OTTSDIMfi i.., \.i [ ~ 3 . i i'Gt ■. ot.fy ihat I ibould b'! plen=eri | Jl t,i i ,i'y nit riqiiiicnvnlr ',ir the | piam lUi'iniu.e, or atijtliiug yon'r-'qairo. 5 E. W. BAG! ELOII, I | Builder. DuvaucheUe. 1 Fv- hi'i -k chi f-; nsmi ;i l,i>- and yet I . r >\wre runrc ''old in t, c FUad, did yon } i sv'? ' Why do vhi ot f .ry vZOIj" \

Sfsb't'l.<ii. BANKS PENINSULA STEAM--BHIP SERVICE. rHK Steamers "OYGNET" "MONICA," and " JOHN ANDERSON " will run as under ;weat!vr r.nd othor circumstances permitting) :— ; C.irpo at Steamer. Daw Train, Station. For AKAROA and Bay* in Akiroa Harbour— Oygnet Mon. 9.. r >j am Noon Sat. Frid. 9.55 am 4pm Thurs For LE BON'S BAYCygnet Fri 9.55 urn 4pm Thtir LITTLE AKALOA AND MfiNZIES BAY— j Monica Tues.. 7 '<"> am 4pm Mon i Monica Thnr. 755 urn 4pm Wod Monioa Sat. 755 am 4pm Fri. For OKAIN S !AYMonica Tuea- 755 nm 4 jim Mm. Monica Thur. 755 nm 4pm Wad Manioa Satur 755 am 4pm h'na For PIGEON TSAYMonica Mon. 755 am Noon Sat. Monica Fri. 7.55 am .4 pm Thur. • Wed ' 4 p.m 1[ a.m Wed For POUT LEVY— John nders'n Wed 0.30 am 4pm Tues, John Anders Wod. 4.0 pm Neon Wed. Spaoial Trips and Picnics can arranged STEY-NSON, STEWART & CO., Telephone 348. 130, Manchester Street. W. D. WILKINS & SON*, Agents Akaroa. ■ 8. W.-HAYWASiD (Lata J. Hayward) Painter .Paperhanger, Glazier, r and Picture Framer, t'': BEGS to notify the Public that ha h- - taken. over tha Business of Mr J Hayward, and will endeavour, by striul ' attention to business, to merit a fair f-haro of patronage. CHOICE IN M'Jj DESIGN;! JU:iT LAND >) *' \gint for'" U.viiao'' ■>■■! Portable Boilrir Fiimi'S Business Premises: ,_ , BAIiGHERI XTIir.KT. A.KAUOA OROWN BRSWTS&Y.. i > nPHE Celeni-r>fe« PfWIKUNG ALIC-. of _ 1 the Crown )■:-■■<•* o<-■'i"'| \ r r ;*X? j ■ obtained at th>» ::•!••■-. •"■ I' ■• ■■•'..■•'•■ ™'' HOUSES:— * MR- H. W. PIP ti, M:idoir>i lioSt;! Akaroa. J MB. W. PAH KIN, Bni'.'G Bowl, Akaroa. MR, J. GASKIN, Bornm>i)'j ;.■.... Hiw-s 1 .''. ||: MB W. NEWTON Hill Tup H.»t,..i. !',;,r,v'r. I'n-is mv g. wH!i:\:o;tK ! Lrtltf !•'■■ ■■■\--.i '• ■ I ,:1 «' X '■'-"' <'*■ LAYING OUT C«\Uli a-. r . •*,« It T. t •■■ ,'• !■ '<"■ 'I jSft. Al Aka-ii v/i, ■ '-. i■!l.< ■■■ •' enoe in laving no; ;. .■■■ •"■ ! benches of flower mid v < r-;. I>'r g ■ <1,-i:i■ ■rr wishes to announce l- : -''-' i> }"" !' '" ; i: ' jflfi' tinderlake work imni'din t.y. U" h>n ", ' knowledge of pruning ru:-c trees, fru't tror", shrubg, etc , and cw\ :■'» ''■ 'a B '7 p'"'''-' for tho criming s'jun, <iih.:r 11-v.'r ir vegetable. Kindly addfes* M'er, >'j, Pot Ofi'hAkaroa. :

f Cocksfoot. .We are BUYERS at Kigl-est Market Rates __nP/"\ i>\ r* '" Wr h ' '" !( ' ,,,!: -S " r ' RP 'cc()i!"'.-'«la'ion at OIUUriVJ j .!,¥ iTU.'/iON ■ I! ,:i-(Hii' iJo-ii'd Ivilffl / 'ftD l/<J-.' ! VrO W:- fi-iv-« j. i)■■- .-,: .--■ Cloning Punr.in which ' XJ±XVj<D > 8 i-> vJ Ku.).'. ~., - j.,,,1) ,-,.. y.., ft vi-:»' uceuur)'. at Lowest y. Chi' iei't Huii :•• Seed i© '■*' "KATE H!_) ©a.-TriW'Sp LT0 a? LytteStoia." .'|r> ■■■■%:•■ *',KAYE & CARTER ' LIMITED — 153 Hereford Street, Christchurcbu

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3478, 16 February 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3478, 16 February 1915

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