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HOTELS* Madeira Hotel, LAVAUD STREET, AKABOA. HW PIPEB, {late Chrisichuroh) wishes to inform the Publio ol Akaroa and ■surrounding Baya of the Penineula and Chrietehuroh that he has taken over the lease of the above Hotel, and that he is ready to accommodate tourists and visitors in hie commodious house, The Madeira Hotel affords first-class accommodation, and olose to the Recreation sport ground, pub c tennis courts, oroquet lawn, bowling green and the Bath are a minute's walk. The comforts of all visiting this licensed house 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 DRAUGHT. TARIFF ARRANGED. Somerset 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 mean<i in his power to maka it a comfortable and con • venient place of call for all visitors. The Travelling Publio are asaured of an Excellent Table, Comfortable Sleeping Accommodation, and the very best Wines and Spirits, with great variety and with nothing bat First Quality. A First-rate Lunoheon be provided on Sale Days. Good Stabling and Roomy Loose-boxes. Being an old Peninsula resident, the Proprietor of the House trusts that his former friends will oall at the Somerset, and he will spare no pains to make them comfortable. Tourists from Christchuroh are invited to break their journey, and can be confident of getting good lodging. JOSEPH GASKIN, PROFRIETOR SOMERSET HOTEL DUVAUCHELLE. BEUCE HOTEL : ARaroa MESSRS. H. PARKIN AND W. ROBe IN SON wish to inform their Friends Tourists, and the Publio generally that they have taken over the above new and beautifully situated Hotel overlooking the lov ly AkaroaHarbour, and in olose proximity to the Domnin—a unique spot —and hope by strict attention to baeinese, and in supplying only the best of Wines and spirits to merit a fair Bhare of public patronage. Motor Launches, Fishing, Bathing, etc. CROWN XIXX BEER ON DRAUGHT

MAPS OF BANKS PENINSULA MAPS of the Peninsula showing the roada may be procured from the vkuoa Mail Office, or the Tourist Offioe Akaroa. price of tha map is 6(1 TIME ~ANeT WAGES BOOK. WE have all the required forme and will print TIME AND WAGES BOOK at the Jollowingjpricea :— Book, 25 pagee. 3s m „ 5s

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3477, 23 July 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3477, 23 July 1915

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