FOLi WHiTIANGA (VIKKOURY BA.Y) AND AUCKLAND. } T m “■ SOUTHERN CROSS. Captain Sellars, will leave for the above ports mis day. For freight or passage, apply to SAMUELS & JACOBSOHN, Agents. J) E N N E T* S TAURANGA FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Taheanga, This Hotel is the largest and best on the East Coast, newly furnished, including Baths and a first-class Billiard-rootn, with a new Table by Alcock; NIGHT PORTER. A Competent Guide and good Saddle Horses can be bad by parties wishing to visit the Rotorua, Hot Springs, and Lake District. JAMES T. MORRISON, yiCTORIA HOTEL, Hahrington-stheet. Tauranga. Best Ales, Wines, and Spirits supplied on the premises. JHE MASONIC COMMERCIAL & FAMILY HOTEL, TAURANGA. R, McDonald, Proprietor. Visitors to Tauranga, Commercial Men, and others will find all the comfort of a private residence in this Hotel, combined with well-known ■QUALITY, CLEANLINESS, AND ECONOMY. The Rooms are commodious and easy of access, and for the accommodation of passengers arriving by late steamers, a Night Porter is always in attendance. O SPIN ART AT 1 O’CLOCK. The BILLIARD ROOM is one of the finest in the colonies. The table, one of Webb’s best, under the superintendenceof an experienced marker, is everything that can be desired. 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 the colonies, and nothing that can conduce to that end shall be wanting. TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. T)OBERT MCDONALD has pleasure in infortning Tourists and others that REALTY GOOD HORSES, and the services of a competent grips through the Hot Springs District, may always be procure 1
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Bay of Plenty Times, Volume I, Issue 15, 23 October 1872
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