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SHIPPING. BANKs" PENINSULA STEAMSHIP SERVICE. * "nHE Steamers "CYGNET" "MONICA," I and "JOHN ANDERSON" will run as under (weather and other circumstances permitting):- Cw * Steamer. Day. Train, Station. For AKAKOA and Bays in Akaroa Harbour— Oyiinet Mon. 9.53 am Noon Sat. " Frid. 9.55 am 4pm Thurs For LE BON'S BAY— Cygnet Fri 9.65 am 4 pmThur LITTLE AKALOA AND MENZIES BAY— , Monica Tues. 7.55 am 4pm Mon - M*nioa Thur. am 4pm Wed Moniaa Sat. 7.55 am 4pm Fri. For OKAIN'S BAY- ■ Monica Taea. 7.55 am 4pm Mon. •' g≤ vs. s=is« For PIGEON BAYMonica Mon. 7.55 am Noon Sat. Monica Fri. 7.55 am 4pm Thur. Wea. 4p.m It a.m. Wed i For PORT LEVY— .-, John ntlers'nWed. 630 am 4pmTue ß ' JohnAndere Wed.' 4.0 pm Noon Wed. Spaoial Trips and Picnics can arranged / BTEVENBON, STEWART & CO., Telephone 848. 180, Manchester Street W. D. WILKINS & SONS, Agents Akaroa. GROWN BBEWEEY. THE Celebrated SPARKLING ALES of the Crown Brewery Companycan be obtained at the following PENINSULA # HOUSES:-: MR- H. W. PIPKR, Madeira Hotel Akaroa. * MR. W. PARKIN. Bruoe Hotel. Akaroa. MB J. GASKIN, Bomereet Hotel, Duvauohellee MR W. NEWTON Hill Top Hotel, Barry's Pass. MR G. WHITMORE. Lake Porsytti Anne, Little Jttvet OWN BREWERY BEER IS UNRIVALLED ■"*T- ■:<«* . — ■ "" •■ HOTEL _• METROPOLE SSSS? - AKAROA * THE MOST CENTRAL HOTEL. Excellent table. Lunch from 12 to 2 p.m The Snuitß. Wines, and Beers in stock will always be carefully selected from the bes bS, ana disposed of at lowest current Ia eS ' Billiard and Bagatelle Tables. Good Stabling. Splendid Motor Garage H. BELL, Proprietor. „ Queen's . Hotel . CORNER C&SHEL AND MAN■■sm CHESTER STREETS^CHEIBTCHURCH. THTS HOTEL has just been Thoroughly Renovated Throughout and Beta* • nished by Mesßre Birange & Co.. aud is now * replete with every modern conven.ence aod promptly attended to. TARIFF-6/6 PER DAY. A , C. HULLBTT ~T . g tQ P rietol

* By.y.y ,8 USE ONLY >^N. ; <palnier|> hiaher neioentages o£ Proteids, Fat, and.Carbon Hydratea than other Menufaotuted in New Zealand, therefore full value. .» * In 2511b, sOlb, lOOlb, oftd 2OOli> Bag's, "* 4\ uitovmatUn hc-m'.SOLB &GENT— _ M «jj .Jie||eA|| "TATTEKSALL'S ABOADE. Wi !!■ PUIqUW CASHEL ST, CHRISTCHURCH

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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