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A CARD. M R. C. E. BUTTON, BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, MR. ROBERTSON'S OFFICE, WILLIS STREET. NELSON HOTEL, LAMBTON QUAY, TOSIAH MINIFIE, PROPRIETOR. J. M. having purchased the above commo. dious premises, and having made considerable additions and improvements, is now ready to offer first-class accommodation to parties visiting the province of Wellington, and trusts by strict attention to business and moderate charges to receive a fair share of their pa* tronage. N.B. — Private apartments for Families. January 16, 1865. PANAMA HOTEL. TOHN EADES BANNISTER, formerly of the Crown and Anchor Hotel, and late of the -Wellington Club, begs to inform his friends and the public generally, that he will shortly OPEN THE ABOVE HOTEL, notice of which will be duly given by advertisement. />< AWITH'S FAMILY HOTEL, \Jf Molesworth street, Thorndon Flat. ALFRED WISE, in returning thanks for the generous support he hue experienced Bince conducting the above-named Hotel, begs to assure those who have patronised him, and also the public in general, that his greatest desire will be to secure the flrst-rate article in the market, so as to ensure their future favors. N.B.— Private rooms for families. Good Accommodation for horses, both in stables and paddocks. February 4, 1864. REE MASON'S TAVERN, Lambton Quay, Wellington. Wines and Spirits of the best brands always on hand. First-class accommodation for Boarders. CALEB CULL, Proprietor. N.B. — Free and easy every night ; good skittle ground on the premises. milE CRITERION TAP HOTEL, LAMBTON QUAY, WELLINGTON. Wines, Spirits, and A les of the best brands always on hand. WILLIAM PRIDE AUK, Proprietor. O A I L O R'S HOME, MOLESWORTH ST., WELLINGTON. Wmea and Spirits of the best bran.la always on hand. D. RIVER s *, Proprietor. THOxMAS RITSON, TITILLWRIGHT AND ENGINEER, WILLIS STREET. ALFRED P. PALMER, SHARE, STOCK, AND BILL BROKER HOUSE, LAND AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Office— Harbor street, opposite side entrance of Messrs. Krull and Co.'s store. All charges strictly moderate.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Issue 44, 30 March 1865

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Issue 44, 30 March 1865

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