STAR HOTEL, Lambton Quay, Wellington. 'FHIS new and commodious Hotel is now * completed, and open to the Public. Accommodation for Boarders unsurpassed. Sample-rooms for Commercial Travellers. JOSEPH AMES, Proprietor. CHAMPAGNE VINEYARD BRANDY. rpHE following is an extract from Le Figaro, JL under the heading, •* L'lndustrie Francaise a Philadelphia " : — " Passing on to Brandies, we find the name of Boutelleau & Co., of Barbezieux. This important house, founded in 1849 by a society with a capital of two millions, is known in the United States under the name of Vineyard Proprietors Company, and in other countries under that of Champagne Vineyard Proprietors Company. Boutelleau and Co., the clever administrators of this society, established it with the idea of encouragiug the sale of the country's produce, which forms a considerable figure in the business with the United States, England, India, and Australia, nor is it less astonishing that this brand passed immediately in the first line after Martell and Hennessy. The proprietors of this brand in France are certain persons having a five produce of a superior quality. The foreigners, and especially in the English colonies, where they make use of Brandy as a medicinal remedy, this brand is particularly recommended by doctors. It is with pleasure that we notice the presenco of the produce of this house in Philadelphia." DO YOU S M O X E? IF SO, TRY BUDGE'S TjILOWERY LAKD MIXTURE, ORONOCO AND VIRGINIAN BEST LEAP. Admitted to be the most superior Cut Tobacco in the Colony. CIGAK. DIVAN, WILLIS-OTRKET, WELLINGTON, Opposite Melbourne Hotel. T)ANAMA HOTEL, Taranaki-street, X G. S. NICHOLLS, Proprietor. t Superior accommodation for families, permanent boarders, and visitors to Wellington. Within ten minutes' walk from the wharf? One of Thurston's best Billiard Tables on the premises. Good Stabling. Returning thanks for past favors, the proprietor solicits a continuance of the same. U7 ILLI AJM BUOTIi & CO. TARATAHI SAW AND PLANING MILLS, j WAIRARAPA. 1 Yard in. Wellington — Pipitka Point. Agent, HY. DRYDEN.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume XV, Issue 109, 10 May 1877

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