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A L- L "I « A NC E HOT EL. . t\. - ' ■■.-."■-_ ... . ' . ' JULES: GUERIN, - Formerly of the Cafe Njitionale, Hokitika,' Bags to announce his having openedthe above fir3t-class Hotel. . ' ■ v . - \'■ Ball every Evening. Wines, Liqueurs, Spirits, aiid- Beers of e'xcollent 'quality. t ■ BOUNDARY STREET, Next door to Hammond and Davie3. ■A- L B IO N HOT E -L, Mawhera Quay, Greymouth, (Next to F.. and G. F. Bulleu's) " The largest and -most convenient hotel on ' • , . the Grey. ' • The system of mo-nagement that secured the success of Al'Cubbin's Hotel in Dunedin will be adopted here. . . ' , The Bedrooms ai-e well ventilated. - < The Table, under the charge, of the proprietors, will be supplied .Svith every delicacy the market affords. The wines, spirits, &c, having their particular attention may be relied-upon for quality and brand. The Billiard Room, with first-class table, is uiuleiv the charge, of an experienced ? and attentive marker. . -• TONKS , and HUGHES, . .. Proprietors. Q WEE NEY ' S HOT EL, Mawhera Quay, , Greynionth, - Enlarged and. now made the moat-commo-. ■'■. . modious in the toAvn, , Lofty and .well-ventilated Rooms.. A^first-class Billiard Tabled The Restaurant is xinder, the management of the. Proprietors," and will be found adequate to all requirements made. - . . ■ HOBBS'; NATIONAL FAMILY HOTEL, '■■■-■■-• ■;-• - : ".'■■■■'■. *....-. ■■■ . i ■'-. '.- ■'-.■■'■' Boundary street, Greymouih. ; ; W. H. HOBBS has now opened the above Hotel, and ha-\dng completed his arrangements, can confiddntly assure his old friends that they will find the National not inferior to any hotel in town, either for comfort or accommodation. N . . ../ : "" Single and Donbla Bedrooms. Private Sitting-rooms. ~ )~ ASHTON'S FAMILY HOTEL/ Richmond Quay. fc> -. ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME Is sequred in- .the accommodation afforded by this truly, FAMILY HOTEL. ." Qld. fa.ces. wetcon\ed and new ones invited. „_ ;EDWIN ASHTON, Proprietor. TT NIT ED ST ATE S. HO T E l^ ~ Corner of- Johnston and Gresson streets. . Opposite the Police. Camp. -Luncjieon from 11 till 2, Glassy of ale and ,-"-.■• s.aiidwich, la. " ,'.. ; ; G . H" ' FISH, *■ "■ ' Proprietor, , v 'v - : — — — -^ '-'-'- " ' ■■ T- >: I N . S. T ER ' -HO; T EL,; • ' • -. ■ r .-Wi^'; ;;•■ ' ■'-■ : - : v, AMERICAN BOWLINGS SALOON^ : : , GEORGE. MARTIN,, • " ■■ * Proprietor,. (Late Lynch . and Doyle), ■ . ' Johnson, street, Near Golden Age HoteL ~fc/t /A -S 0, N I C ' H OTEL. Mawhera Quay.. ■GEO, SOMNER, Proprietor. _ Wines and, Spirits of superior quality., v Good accommodation. * , B : Q AT M A N'S A RMS, . .. Flagstaff Point. Miners will find T;his a. good houle of call. „. -'.Good Liquors, only kept. .■ -: L E S.L I E and S;W &E T x\l AN, ' Proprietors. -■;•■■ _ BoatsplY from Greymouth to the- door~ every : : ;■";. "hpUl" : ■ _ ; ' xi ALLARAT- AND BENDIGO HOTEL, X3 \ Johnson street, ■ ■ \ " AVI.NES, SPIRITS,. AND BEERS Of Excellent Quality; „.;'■ 1 MISS MARGAIIET-Ai)Ani. c i . •■..'.... .-,; Propriettesa .

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Grey River Argus, Issue 108, 20 September 1866

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Grey River Argus, Issue 108, 20 September 1866

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