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Bf SPKMBL TO&g WWOWiat , &fl ftV ■^Bs^M bCb^b^bM IB Bb lIMOATEXC??1 IMOATEXC?? t_ PRIZE MEDAL » PURECEYIONSIKDUN TEAS Norn Within the Reach of All PURE FITS CEYLON I/if f PURE I fhUk INDIAN I/11l BLENDED OT 7 EACH PRICE -=t^ AMD UP TO n/jl 4/PERLB.|yg/% SOLD HYALL GROCERS. -s HAVE NOTHING ELSE: ■^rjrr harf hotel. Mawhbra.Qpat, Geetmouth. MR H GRIFFITHS begß to notify the general public tbat he has taken the above well and favorably known hostelry, and trusts that by keeping the choicest brands of WINES, WBISKEYS and BEERS to merit a fair share of public patronage. GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATION H~GRIFFITHS, PSOPEIBTOR. EMPIRE HOTEL, Corner of Tainnl & Mackay streets, GREYMOUTH. Mr WM. OLAT7GHESY Gate of Ashton's Family Hotel) begs to Intimate to the general public that he has taken charg6 of that favorab3y-slbaated hostelry known as the EMPIRE HOTEL, and truata that by strict attention to business co merlt^a fair share of public patronage, WINES, BRANDIES, WHISKIES & BEERS Only of the very CHOICEST BRANDS &.QUALITY An EXCELLENT TiBLE kept and every attentton paid to the requirements of boarders and vlaltors. One of Aloook'a beat Billiard Tables on the premiaea. Wm. CL AUGHESY EMPIRE HOTEL, GREYMOUTH. POST OFFICE HOTEL OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, GREYMOUTH. Mr THOMAS JONES bees to notify that he has RESUMED CHARGE of the above well known hotel, where he hopes by hla oare and attention to the wants of cußtomera and the quality of vlandß, to secure a fair share of public patronage. The accommodation for boarders, visitors, and tourists, 1b first class ; and the diniog room Is under the charge of Mrs Jones, which Is sufficient to say that everything will be A 1. GRAND HOTEL, WESTPORT, Sole Proprtetot .„ A. H. BRIND, (Late of the Anohor S.S. Company.) * Close to tha Post Office, Railway Station, Banks, and Steamer Wharf. One of the leading and most fashionable hotels on the West. Coast. Sample Rooms, Baths, Lavatories, Billiard Room (two tables). PRINCESS THEATRE, Attached to the Hotel. The only building In Westport suitable for theatrical companies, <fee. NOTICE. In THANKING the Public for past patronage, I beg to Inform them that I have REMOVED my forge to the premises next door to Ashton's stables, In Boundary street ; and hope by strict attention to business, to receive a faic share In the fnture. JOHN TANNER, I FARRIER, Next door to Aahton'a Stables, BOUNDABY SXEKIX, UjUSYHOUTH,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Grey River Argus, Volume LVII, Issue 9527, 24 August 1896

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Grey River Argus, Volume LVII, Issue 9527, 24 August 1896

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