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paE WAITKMATA COMMERCIAL AND L FAMILY HOTEI , AUCKLAND, C 33. EDWARDS, Proprietor. C B.E. begs to draw ihf» attention of ti e Commf'ivial Public ami Families (en rou'e) to the un-urpassed accommodation of this Hotel. The Subes of A par:menlß for Farnilh-s are well arranged and distinct from the Hotel Drpit< men(, while the rooms are both commodious an I easy of access. Ordinary at 1 o’crocK. Taste D’Hote at 6 o’clock. The Billiard Saloon is one of the finest in the colonies. The Table, one of Thurston’s best being; under the superintendence of an experienced marker, is a guarantee of everything connected With this notie game being in firs-’-class order. Night, Porter for the convenience of late arrivals. Wines. Spirits, &c., of the Best Brands only. The aim of the Proprietor is to make for this Hotel a reputation second to none in tbo colonies, and nothing that shall conduce to that end shall be wanting. “ ’Tis not in mortals to command success. Bat I’ll do more—deserve it.” GREYHOUND HOTEL, QUEEN-STREET, AUCKLAND. THE Proprietor, MICHAEL CORCORAN. 1 _ begs to direct the attention of country visitors to the above old-established and centrallv suuited. House. It in in close proximity to the Banks, principal Sale Yatds, Government Offices, See. _ The hotel being under the Proprietor’s supervision, travellers may rely on strict attention to their comfort and requirements. The sleeping accommodation is excellent, embracing well ventilated bedrooms with good beds. A bathroom is attached. Billiard Room is fitted up with one of Aicock s superior slate tables with all the recent improvements and appliances. M. C. trusts by strict attention to business to merit a share of patronage, and assures his guests that nothing on his part will be omitted to "make them comfortable. Wines and Spirits of the finest quality. A night porter in attendance. Remember GREYHOUND HOTEL, Queen- street, Auckland, Opposite the Union Bank and adjoining Harding! on’s Coach Office. J A M E S ’ S T EMPE R A NCE HOT EL, EDEN CRESCENT, (Late Royal Club House), Auckland. TTISITORS to Auckland, Commercial Men. and ? others, will find ail the comfort of a private residence iu this Hotel combined with the wellk n own Qiuilit} r , Cleanliness, and Economy, in which the Proprietors original Q. C. F. (established in 1859) for many years held so universal a reputation. A iable d’Hote at 1 o’clock precisely. For the accommodation of passengers arriving by late_ steamers or coaches a Night Porter is always inatlendance. Rooms ea suite for the accommodation of families. Good Livery and Bait Stabling, The proprietor, in soliciting a continuance public patron ate, pledges himself to spare net trouble nor expense to promote the comfort of patrons.

GOVERNOR BROWNE HOTEL (Lite D. Sheehar,') HOBSON-STREKT, AUCKLAND. jpltvS C-CLAS3 T able. Single Bed.rooms *■ families accommodated. "Bo ” and loiter. Good Stable accommodation. 5 and Spirits of the best brands. I)L NNIIS GH AM & RING, Proprietors. “In retiring from the business which he has carried on at the above hotel (or so ms.nv ve.r* the undersigned begs to return his sincere thanks to loose who have honoured him with their patronage, and trusts that the same support will be given to his successors, Messrs. Dunningr.am and Ring, -whose previous aequniidar.ee with the business will enable them to give the fullest satisfaction. to customers of the house. , “D. SHEEHAN. Auckland, September 22, 1871.” JNighfc Winct SCOTIA HOTEL, HOBSON-STREKT, AUCKLAND. E. S. H ill, Proprietor. First-class accommodation for Boarders and 1 vaveliers. (Late of Masonic Hotel, Tauranga, and of M hanganui.) TO Farmers, SETTLERS, BUTCHERS AND OTHERS. THE Undersigned are Cash Purchasers of Hides Wo "'' L. D. NATHAN AND CO., Shoktlaxi) Street, (Opposite Post Office), Auckland.

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Bay of Plenty Times, Bay of Plenty Times, Volume I, Issue 15, 23 October 1872

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Bay of Plenty Times, Volume I, Issue 15, 23 October 1872

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