hotels. -n MPI B £ " HOTEL, B T I MA_ R U. T.' A. OLOUPSLEY,. -. . > .' - Proprietor. Lvfo of tho C*fo de Paris and Storey's HotoJ, Christchurch. THE EMPIRE is the ated Hotel in Tirasru, and holda _the Commorcial Travellers! 'Association Certificate^ WELLINGTON. , T(TOIT rjOTEL GRAND ■■ CENTRAL, H iO7 CUBA STREET. (Few Doors above Royal Oak) Tho Moat Compi odious, Conron lent, and "omfni-fahlo Priv.ato Hotel in tho City. Ideal to l£ Travelling Public. Eight Modern BatlUom, Electric Light. Electric lira Alarm Kircptoof jSuildinjr, TARIFF: Ss Cd p*r Day, £« p«r yjrsz? 188 STBE^\ Patt iCiXt will bo ploased to 'not® that above vrell-known Loading Prirato u.i.i i, M asrsiii bcon tuiiou over bji and tho personal supervision of Mr W.llx. nveij comfort assured. The .kitcien is under the entiro charge of Mr Fix. , Tariff C 1 2s per w'cck. 8s per day. larili, P -(y 3?IX, Proprietor. KOTI CB. I STOREYS HOTEL (late Terminm). TO PASSENGERS BY EXPRESS. T UNCHEON can bo had at STORSY'B JL/' HOTEL, opposite Railway Station from 11.45 a.tn. EACH DAI. 82675 KUI'LAND PRIVATE HOTEL. DOMINION AVENUE glimmer's Steps).. This new, commodious, X rivn.f.p. Hotel is now open to receive uucals. LuHukmslv furnished; 2 bathrooms on each floor; oscellent c.usine Harfrom roof garden of Woikngtoii and Har hour. Terms modernte. MKh MICK, Proprietress. Phono 6-S. AlfrlJa BALMORAL HOTEL, noar COURTENAY PLACE, Wellington.—This New and Up-to-dat® House, has bevn deaigned for tho comfort of visitors. The rooms, 5_ in number, are well vemtilaUnl. butju-ooms on all flats. House litted with IClectrio Light. Absolutoly Fironroof. IEKMS: ts 6d PEK DAY, 35s PER WEEK. MRS E. HENDERSON. H4GOG Late Zcalandia Private Hotel. ' ORIENT PRIVATE HOTEL, Omental Bay. ' , THE most chawuing spot in Wellington, facing the harbour. Cross the road, any time and havo a dip. So von ininuteo from tho city. Tr;vm terminus at tho door. Beautifully furnished. Exoollent cuinin*. Country visitors specially catored for. Terms on applica-tion to CHARLES THOSBY, Manager. Telephone 254 A. Telegrams: "itiosk," T8233 TOURIST HAMILTON. WARWICK PRIVATE "HOTEL. • I>ICT U RESQUELY eitnated, overlooking JL the Beautiful Waikato lliver, with eloping terraces to tho water's edge. Superior Accommodation, everything new. Cars meet guesta by appointment arriving by traino. H4654 THE CITY BUFFET. UNDER New Management is acknowledged/ to be the Most Popular Private Hotel in the City. Terms on application. FourCourso Luncheon, woll cooked, eorved daily in tho commodious and ventilated diningroom, la 3d. . , MRS HYMAN, Proprietress, Corner Colombo and Lichfield streets. •Phono 800. H4773 "I L F R A C O U B E," ' ' ATiAROA. THIS FINE HOTEL hiia been acquired by X MRS E. DAVIES, lato of Hotel Federal, Christchurch, and ia now open for tho reception of guests. Tho House has boon com-pk-tely renovated, and is now under the per--1 sonal supervision of MRS DAVIES. Letters und telegrams "Ilfracombo," Akaroa., 'Phono 47. D 2584 CONVEYANCES. COBB AND CO. TELEGRAPH LINE 'COACHES. T EAVE Arthur's Poea Station on arrival JLi of. West Const Express, which leavea Christchnroh at 8.30 a.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Carrying Passengers and their Lnggagfl ■only for Hokitika, Westport', Reefton, and Greymouth, arriving: Greynjouth same ©voning 6.40 p.m. Through rai] and coach tickets can be' obtained at Railway Station and Cook and Son'e office, Christchurch, also coach tickets for coach journey obtainable at tho following hotels:—Warner's, Coker's, Storey's, Clarendon, and United Service Hotels; from Mr Caceidy, Springfield;. Mr W. Campbell, Christchurch. The management is under Mr H. Caesidy, who has had role management sinoe 1878. CASSIDY and CO.. LTD., ■ X Proprietors. jy£ OOKE TT ' S MOTOBS, CULVERDEN-HANMER SPRINGS ROYAL MAIL SERVICE. . Fares 7s each way. Daily Scrvice, Meeting All Trains. ' " CULVERDEN-ROTHERHAM-WAIAU. 1 W. MOCKETT, Proprietor, Waiau and Culvorden. 'Phone 10, Waiau. 'Phone 14, Culverdani . . 72 ChristcliuTolii ROYAL MAIL COACHES GERALDINE-ORARI. SERVICE, _ LEAVE Geraldino Daily at. aim., arrive Orari daily 8.30 a.m.; leave Orari daily 8.50 -a.m., arriv© Geraldine daily- 0.30 a.m.; leave Geraldino dailv 9.30 a.m., arrivo Orari daily 10.20 a.m.; leavo Orari daily 11.35 a.m., arrive Geraldino daily 12.20.p.m.; loavo Geraldine daily 1.30 p.m., arrivo Orari daily 2.15 p.m.; leave Orari daily 2.55 p.m., arrivo Geraldine daily 3.40 p.m.; lcavo Ger-. aldine daily 4.0 p.m.. arrive Orari daily 4.45 p.m.; lea-e Orari daily 5.0 p.m., arrivoGeraldino daily's.4s p.m.;" lcavo Goraldino daily 5.0 p.m., arriv« Orari daity fi.45 p.m.; loavo OraL'i daily fi.O p.m., arrive Geraldine C.45 p.m. Fares, Is Cd Single, 2s 6d Return. In connexion with tho above I conduct n Livery Business. Gigs and Saddle Horsos, Coaches, etc., on Hiro at reasonablo ratos. General carrying and carting carried on. Samples - carefully handled. Agents New Zealand Expreas Company. Horse Clipping done on tho premises. Machine Platoo Sharpened. Charge* reasonable. Telephone No. 41. IT. SHERRATT. X>rc;>riotor. Geraldino. X POLKING TON'S ROYAL MAIL MOTORS. Christchurch, Little River, Akaroa. DAILY SERVICE. Broadway's Dep. Akaroa Dep. Monday •• 2.30 p.m. 8.30 a.m. Tuesday . • • . 2.30 p.m. 8/10 &.m. Wednesday .. 3.0 p.m. 6.45 p.m. Thursday -• 2.30 p.m. 8.30 a.m. Friday •• 2.J0 8.30 a.m. Saturday •• 2.20 p.m. 8.30 ajn. BOOKING S-CHRISTCHURCH: Woodward's, Tobacconist. 'Phone 2504. Rink Taxis, Ltd. 'Phonco 878, 1838, 1337. Thos. Cook and Son. 'Phone 4075. Government Tourist Office. 'Phone 1176. C. W. Hervey. 'Phono, 3175. AKAROA—Pilkington. 'Phono 5. Telegrams: Pilkington, Akaroa. . rpEDDINGTON ROYAL MAIL COACHES.' Under New Management. WINTER TIME-TABLE. MORNING SERVICE, Coach leave* Stable*, Toddingtoa, 7.15 a jn, Allandalo 7.45. Governor's Bay 8, arriving at Lyttelton 9.15 a.m. ; returning from Lyttelton 9.45 a.m. AFTERNOON SERVICE, DAILY. Coach leaves «tables, Tedding-ton, 3.15 p.m . AJJandale 3.15 p.m., Governor * Bay 4 pja., biriving at Lyttolton 6.15 p.m., retunia^ from Lyttelton 6.45 p.m., arriving at . Governor's Bay 7 p.m., Teddington 7.45 pja. FARES — Rapaki (single) "is. Governor's Bay (single) 2a Cd, return 4a, Tcddixgtoa (jingle) Ss 6d. leturn Cs. - ' Special Trips by Arrangement. Two Coaches running from Lyttelton lo Teddington on Tuesday night. FARES AS USUAL. THOS. FAIRBAIRN. Proprietor. BALCAIRN AND LEITHFIELD. • A MOTOR will meet Morning Trains at i , Balcairn, arriving .from- NotUi and Soutli, and can meet Evening grain's u i*> cuirod by wire or letter to FRANK ASHBY, -—» • Leithfiold«
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