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c " HCTIfi'U! ;a."j lavaud street, akaeoa run I —r ice--'i J T W Pll'Et>, ('."l^-Clirifct-jhuvoii)'.vio j I"! to iniorm the Public of Akaroa ;tt 'Bt surrounding Bays -of the Peninsula ar )n J_ Christchurch that he has taken over tl 't. lease of the above Hotel, and that he iurs ready to aooommodato tourists and visitoi !in his commodioiiß house, The Madeu ! Hotel affords first-class accommodation, an hur i close to tho Recreation *port ground, pu c tennis courts, croquet lawn, bowling gr-.e ES and the Bath are a minute's walk. The comforts of all visiting this licons. ■ 0D house will be carefully attended to, an-l ' ed splendid table will be at the disposal of > Patrons. , n> BEST WINES AND 7 SPIRITS STOORKJ rid CROWN XXXX BEER ON DRAUGHT TARIFF ARRANGED. "*• Somerset Held 3S ' UNDER NEW MANAGEMENH id. Ea qnHE SOMERSET HOTEL, Duvauchelh JL has now passed into the capable hind 3i of Mb Joseph Gabkis, lata of Little River , who will endeavour by every means in bi (power to mako it a comfortable and con veaient place oli call for all visitors, *~ j The Travelling Public 'are assured of ai Excellent Table, Comfortable Sleeping Ac cainmodation, and the very best Winos an< Spirits, with great variety and with nothini of but First Quality. be /A a First rate Luncheon bo provided o> Sale Days. Good Stabling and Roomy Loose-boxee Being an old Peninsula resident, the Pi' pnetor of the House trusts tbat bis fornix riiend-- will call ai the Somerset, and h-: w > .pure no pains t.o mulie them oumfortahlf Tonriso--. fn'-m are. invited otcak ins i j.-vj.-iicy, <ir-'l can bef eonfid.-n> good io.i|;in;_4. JOSEPH GASIUN. l-'ltiM KIGTOR SO Ml-; US HIT HOTK.L DUVAUCHICLLE. Jb i\> U vy f)j | Ss. i\J JL lil-Li i'% &&£&. IT© s ■> -. ks'i-.s ;•' i'-v.kin a>;d w row L y» \ iN 0'- wi-h to info.-m iheir Friend and the public centrally that th' j Irive mkcn over the above now and i ~a.'. nful'v .xitUii'f:! Hotel ovenoofcb v i.-.c ii V lv' Mciiu.iii.ubour, and m close " tnu.wu.Li :■.-. a unique spot r.'d hope by strict attention to bu-r 1 iir-3, and in supplying only the booi . cf WiDHS and spirits to merit a fair share of public patronage. Motor Launches, Fishing, Bathing, etc. CROWN XYXX BEER ON DRAUGHT ~ MAPS OF BANKS PENINSULA MAPS of tbe Peninßula showing the roads may be procured from th* vkaiioa Mail Omc, or the Tourist Offiaet. Akaroa. | Rico of tbe trap is GJ *• TIME AND WAGES . EOOK. ,J IItTE have all the required forms aod ,w VV will print TIME AND WAGES id BOOK at the following'prices :— , Book,' 25 pages 3s ; 52 „ 5s -I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 27 October 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 27 October 1915

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