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OPENING CEREMONY 3 p.m. TO-DAY by the Right Hon. J. G. Coates. OPENING BALL TO-NIGHT (by invitation) at 8 p.m. I9MKIBBPPMP? , , ■'/ y-.. wm M Sllii wis?' I>4 i *■ aWlllMi if If J! , |l W I j& I > 'A 1, If i i mmmimm , . mmmm }' md?« < % r I B !i j " * mim 'mWfa* I mmmmfm*"r. ViVitk'■**s& i»®a of s mVN 3fc .-a MPJmm mj m: . \ Gzrffe on the "Fr (TITIRANGI —The Fringe of Heaven) The Hotel Titirangi is 1 I miles from G.P.0., Auckland, on concrete road. Last Z\ miles first" class metalled roading. This portion has just been regraded 'and rolled. No effort has been spared in ,the furnishing of the building to cater for the comfort of guests. Suites of rooms, with bathrooms attached, are, a special feature, while all bedrooms have hot and cold water installed. Tearoom and cabaret, to accommodate 200 people, opening out on to a spacious balcony, commanding a wonderful view of the bush and Manukau Harbour. The Hotel dining room, situated on the first floor, is the acme of comfort, carpeted from wall to wall, and furnished in dark oak. Guests arriving by motor-car drive directly into the Garage, from which they enter the Hotel to reach the Reception Hall and Office. The building is crowned by a flat Roof Garden, from which a wonderful panorama of Auckland's Blue Mountain scenery and the ever-changing glories of the Manukau Harbour Heads is obtained. An innovation, as far as hotels in New Zealand are concerned, will be the installation of a Wireless and Talking Machine, which will operate in the Cabaret, on the Roof Garden, and all landings, permitting dance music to be rendered on one floor, while broadcasting may be indulged in on the others. Installed by Johns, Limited, of Chancery Chambers. For the convenience of guests, a Government Post Office is in the building, from which mails are despatched daily. Included in the equipment of the Hotel are bowsers and oil supplies, for the ever-present motorist. Central heating and electric elevator. The grounds are in the hands of a Landscape Gardener, who is supervising the laying out of the always necessary putting green. Atkinson's Park and Mt. Atkinson, 900 feet, are in the" immediate vicinity. The Hotel is 600 feet above sea level, while the view from Mt. Atkinson, is one unparalleled in the vicinity of Auckland. Within a mile and a-quarter are the beautiful beaches of the Manukau Harbour, where In the summer days the wants of the tourist are well catered for in the' matter of ice cream, cooling drinks, and general picnic requirements. So soon as the Hotel has been officially opened, a spacious Loungo Room is to be erected on a position of the Roof Garden* commanding the best view obtained from the Hotel. The Management are prepared to cater for special parties in the Cabaret, which is available for engagement for private functions. A special floor has been laid down in the Ballroom on rubber buffers, A feature will be the inducement offered for week-end guests.
WW Cr. Dominion Rd. and Foch Avenue. 1 ESTIMATES GIVEN. PHONE 13-967. .liiminmittmiiiuiimMmiiimmiirMiwmiiiiiiiinmmiiiHiiiuiiiiiHUHHiiiiiuMmitHiuiniiiimmiinumrmmimimiimmfiiwmmifiramnnnrnmnnnrimfli < ► The Plastering and Modelling at the HOTEL TITIRANGI " were carried out by J. A. E. THOMSON, LTD. 63, MT. ALBERT ROAD, ROYAL OAK (One of the Oldest Established Firms in Auckland). PLASTERERS. MODELLERS. TILERS, Etc., Etc. j All Classes of Plastering Undertaken. 4 LET US QUOTE YOU i iinniiuimfiniiimiiminmiiiiiiyiinirrtligiHawffliiintis REED LOOM REED LOOM Furniture was especially selected to produce a beautiful effect and colour scheme in the spacious Dining Room of the new HOTEL TITIRANGI. The N.Z. Reed Loom Co., Ltd. Rautangi Road, Mt. Eden, AUCKLAND. Phone 42-948. £1 AUCKLAND BUS COMPANY PHONE 41-087. New Lynn. Glen Eden, Te Atatu. Titirangi and Henderson Services. Auckland Bus Company Regular Service to Titirangi and Sight-Seeing Service. A TOUR OF 36 MILES. Through nil the Beauty Spot# of Auckland, / Heaven") in the WAITAKERE RANGES; also ATKINSON PARK, at the foot of the Ranges. A Magnificent Tour of 3 Hours. FARE, 5/- > SEATS MAY BE RESERVED. ai Charabanc leaves General Post Office, at ft J foot of Queen Street, City, daily at 10.30 ' a.m. and 2.30 p.m. Buses and Charabancs available for Country Races, Private Parties, Picnics, etc.
HOTEL TITIRANGI adopted A SPECIAL RADIO-GRAMOPHONE INSTALLATION, designed and fitted by JOHNS LTD. / This up-to-date installation, believed to be the only one of Its kind /J In New Zealand, employs separate complete Radio > and I allele Amplifier Systems. The latter particularly possesses remarkable volume and extreme clarity. Jensen Dynamic Speakers are operated on each floor and In »• Cabaret. A compact switchboard enables dlffer«it set. of speakers to connect either To RADIO or AMPLIFIER. This double system provides A 'V?"can iquIpTALKIES O^ CABARETS. RESTAURANTS, HALLS both hi town ancl country, with modern, efficient installations, w '}'!= ° ur Public Address and Announcing Plant —powerful, modern and GOOD, is available for sports meetings, etc. JOHNS LTD. CHANCERY STREET AUCKLAND. if Once again J v is chosen J Studying the convenience of their patrons, the proprietors of the Titirangi Hotel have installed GAS for all cooking purposes, thus assuring the utmost reliability and efficiency of service. This is another proof of the reliability of GAS for all cooking purposes. AUCKLAND GAS CO. LTD. WYNDHAM STREET, AUCKLAND.
AGAIN experience leads the wise - - - THE fact that we were chosen to supply the complete furnishing for this sumptuous new Hotel again proves that those who are wise to the advantage of experience and quality choose only the best. The commission for supplying furniture to this hotel and floor coverings and drapes to the New Railway Station are among the most recent of our chain of important furnishing contracts. m.v m ** ftp ** % Even to the mo&t minute detail, the furniture and furnishings of the Titirangi Hotel bear witness to the good taste and experience of qualified interior decorators. In co-operation with the management, we feel that we have provided a furnishing ensemble of which they may well be proud. iMßßmißill FURNffHING SPE C/AL ffTf St. duckland 1
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXVII, Issue 20726, 20 November 1930
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 New Zealand Herald, Volume LXVII, Issue 20726, 20 November 1930
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