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HOTELS Madeira Hotel, LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA. i Tpr w PIPER, (late Christohureh) wishes JO. to inform the Publio of Akaroa and surrounding Bays of the Peninsula and Chrlstohurflh that he has takes over the lease of the above Hotel, and that he ia ; ready to accommodate tourists and visitors in his commodious house. The. Madeira Hotel affords first-class accommodation, and clow to the Recreation sport ground, pub a tennis ooariß, croquet lawn, bowling green : and tbe Bath are a minute's walk. Theoomforta of all visiting this licensed house will be oarefully attended to, and a splendid table will be disposal of all Patrons. • BEST WINES "SPIRITS STOCKED GROWN XXXX BEER ON DRAUGHT. TARIFF ARRANGED. . Somerset Hotel __. • i. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE SOMERSET HOTEL, Duvaaohelle has now passed into the oapable hands of Mb Joseph Gabkin, late of Little River, who will endeavour by every means in his power to make It a comfortable and: convenient plaoe of call for all visitors. The Travelling Publio are assured of an Excellent Table, Comfortable Sleeping Accommodation, and the very befit Wines and Spirits, with great variety and with nothing but Fire* Quality. A First-rate Lunoheon be provided on Sale Days. Good Stabling and Roomy Loose-botee. Being an old Peninsula resident, the Pro-, prietorof the House trusts that hia former friendß will call at the Somerset, and he will spare no pains to make them comfortable. Tourists .lromOhriatohuroa are invited to break their journey, and can be confident of getting good lodging. josephTgasiun, PROPRIETOR SOMERSET HOTEL BMCE HOTEL Akaroa T*/rKSSRS. H. PARKIN AND W ROB, JVL mSON 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 dose proximity to the Domain—a unique epqt —and hope by atriok attention to bueiness, and in supplying only the best of Wines and epirits to merit a fair share of publio patronage. Motor Launohea, Fishing, Bathing, etc. OROWN xyxx "beer on p^Q^J MAPS OF BANKS PENINSULA. MAPS of thePeninaula showing the roads may be prooured from tbe vkaboa Maii. Offiop, or the Tourist Offioe Akaroa. price of the map is 6d TIME AND WAGES BOOK. WE have all the required forms and will print-TIME AND WAGES BOOK at the followinglprioes :— Book, 25 pages 3b 52 -~ . 5s %

iiTivoNET " "MONICA," THE SteamewJ'OYQNEi parmitfmg):—. Cargo at ' r. Traia Station. CJga . -^a^asft-— : LITTLE AK&LOi UD WHBBj Kloa 2? 7.65 am *p-^ s≤: ffi as *V Frid Monica M6n. 4pm Thur. Mon,oft % 4p5» H ft - mWed HTEVENSO , STEWART & CO., i; el ephof * 130, Manchester Street ' OBOWH BREWER*. •:, HOUSES:— _ ~,;. ; iMB '- B : w *•-» V MB.W.PABKIN, - Bruoe Hotel, Akatofl. i mbA. qabkih.' f Bomereet Hotol. Duvanohellee MB W. MBWTOK HiU Top Hotel, Barry's Paaa. ~ mbg.Vphmoee, . .'Jv-"' " ''Eafee Little Klver HeTROPOLE AKAROA IHEMOBTCEOTBiI. HOTEL. ■ 1 Proprietor. Queen's ■"oSSeeitooe- p^^y attended tO, TABIFF-6i6jPEB DAY. 0. HUM^^^

'I ■ ttu , udders and Lire Dairymen all over New "Zealand to be' f;' ' Erovea by Feaigwa /?' ~ « nrnnn j afl eß of rroteiQß, andJCarbon Hydrates thanlotbor li'l Conlaine WB ner per "tVatad •Yerjjeflonotnioal., Stops ana prevents scouring in Ssl*, 5O11 " lOOlb ' attd 2O ° lb ****' ti' k , . _______„ ::: . ' M{■■ ■ ' ■ iVil ■ AUtota-tfton AGENT- ~ . ■ ■■" •J,* , l ■•»-■■»Jill'' ABCADB, | 1( ; LIM. BHigig! , OABHEL ST, CHBiSTCHURGH

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 3 March 1916

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 3 March 1916

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