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Money. MONFY TO LEND ON APPROVED SECURITIES AT CURRENT RATES. IZARD and LOUGHNAN, Solicitors, cgs Hereford street, Christohurob. MONEY TO LEND. THE Undersigned have Several S#MS of TRUST MONEY TO LEND, at Lowest Current Rates, on First-class FREEHOLD SECURITY. ACLAND, BARNS and CO., 174 Hereford stieet. 9981 Christchurch. THE No, 3 BUILDING AND LAND SOCIETY (PERMANENT). m,|"ONEY LENT f!£oM £25 UPWARDS, FREEHOLD SECURITY For Fixed Periods, Or on Monthly Repayment System. Advances made without fees, and at a few hours notice. J. H. SEAGER, Secretary. Offices—Worcester street, Christchurch. 5204 Hotels. A. X Temperance Hotel MANCHESTER STREET SOUTH, Two Minutes from the Railway Station MRS HOLMES, lateTof Railway Boarding House. Timaru, having taken possession of the above Hotel, will be «iad to receive her old friends and customers, where every attention will be paid to their comfort. Mrs H. begs to state that do expense or trouble will be spared to ensure satisfaction to her past patrons. The house contains fifty bedrooms, sitting, smoking, and private rooms, also bathroom. MEALS AND BEDS-ONE SHILLING. Night porter kept. A cloak and parcels room for the convenience of visitors is attached. 6SII The Royal, W oodend. PROPRIETOR, HARRY ARCHER (Late of Club Hotel, Rangiora, and Middleton's, Kaiapoi). THIS Well-knewn Family Hotel, replete with every convenience for visitors, boarders, aid travellers, is RE-OPENED with an entire re-furnishing. A spacious billiard room has been added, wines, beer, and spirits of the best only kept. New stables with extensive paddock accommodation for stock. 9U83 GROSVENOR HOTEL, TIMARU. TMTR JOHN IyCEIKLB PROPRIETOR. Proprietor has again RESUMED J. CHARGE of this hotel, and begs to in form hie numerous friends and patrons that nothing will be wanting on his part to make the hotel all that could be desired. Country visitors, commercial gentlemen, and the travelling public will find tliia hotel one of the most comfortable and well conducted in South Canterbury. The accommodation for commercial gentle* men is unsurpassed, as the sample rooms are large, spacious, well lighted, and attached to thehotol. 5309 WHITE HART HOTEL, CHRISTCHURCH. MR RICHARD N. NEWBY, PROPRDXTOR. IT ia not generally known that at the White Hart Hotel LUNCHEON ROOMS There is a SPLENDID TABLE. Comprising 2 Soups, 3 or 4 Entrees, Cold Joints and Fow in season, Hot Roasts, 2 or 3 Puddings and Sweets, Cheese and Salad in season. S3" ONE"iHILLING. All are invited. Tea and Coffee included. All superintended by 861 HOST R. N. NEWBY. CAFE DIE PARIS. F. ARENAsfpROPRIETOR. CASHEL STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. 4 REN AS wishes to inform his nunaer X; « J\. ous friends and the public that he has Resumed Possession of tie Cafe de Paris, and that tho whole establishment has undergone a thorough renovation and refitting. The Cuisine is no w under the superintendence of Mr R. Sullivan, and Mr Arenas himself giving this part of the business his personal supervision is a guarantee for its being high-class, and the best in the colony. The Private Dining Saloon for Ladies has been refurnished, and meals will be supplied on Sundays as usual. A specialty in connection with the Cafe has boon added in tbe shape of a Select Oyster Saloon, and what has been a great want here will now be supplied in the shape of a comfortable and nicely-furnished room, where oyster suppers will be supplied at any hour up to the time of closing. During luncheon and tea operatic and other selections will be performed on a Lipp Grand, specially imported by Mr Arenas for the purp.jse. The wince, beera. and spirits now in stock are of the best quality procurable, and it will be Mr Arenas' study to keep up the high reputation formerly acquired by him for excellent liquors. The Bedrooms have been refitted and refurnished, and the Cafe now offers the beat accommodation for travellers. 568 Board and Residence. T ODGEB Temperance Rest—Board and JLj Lodging on reasonable terms. Tuesday Night, a Temperance Meeting. All invited. Saturday Nights—Concerts for the People. Refreshments all hours. 431 SUPERIOR Private Board and Residence, St. Elmo. 187 Worcester street west. 7773 (COMFORTABLE Rooms for Families at 38 j Park terrace. 7972 "VTERY Superior Private Board and Residence V 269 Cashel street west. 65g SUPERIOR Private Board and Residence 287 Cashel street. 3199 VERY Comfortable Board and Residence at Waitahuna House, 385 Caahel street West. 668 GROSViCNOR HOUSE, Comfortable Private Board and Residence, No, 56 Gloucester street East, near Latimer square. Terms very moderate. 500 TJLIGHS TEMPERANCE HOTKL and f> RESTAURANT—Best accommodation in town is now offered to boarders. Double room. 163 per week; single room, 18s per week ; board without lodging. 12s per week; weekly dinners, 4s per week; board and lodsring3. 3s per day. Good accommodation for families. Smoking-room, sitting-room (with use of piano), bath-room, and shower-bath. Stabling free. F. BRIDGES. Proprietor North Steam Woodware Factory, rangiora. J. CARMICHAEL. CHURNS IN ALL DESIGNS. BUTTER PACKAGES. TUBS. FIRKINS AND KEGS TALLOW CASKS, &C., &C. ,_
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