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Business Notices. EMPIRE HOTEL. CORNER OF WICKSTEED-STREET AND CAMPBELL-PLACE, WANGA N U I, C. P. O'HANLON, Proprietor. J J P. OH. begs to return thanks to • his numerous friends and the public for past favors, and takes the present opportunity of informing- them that he has now completed large and extensive alterations and additions to the above premises, and can assert without fear of contradiction that the EMPIRE HOTEL IS THE LARGEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS FAMILY HOTEL IN WANGANUI. The large and lofty DINING ROOM is capable of accommodating upwards of sixty persons. The spacious LODGE ROOM above is well calculated for holding concerts, public meetings, &c. The BILLIARD ROOM is well-lighted, and will shortly be furnished with Thurston's best tables. ! J THE BEDROOMS, about twenty in number, are spacious and well ventilated. Board and residence £1 Is per week; ditto, with private bedroom, £1 5s per week. Private sitting-room for boarders, unconnected with the hotel. Hotel bar, with commercial and luncheon rooms attached. Entrance in Campbell-place. Families and gentlemen accommodated with private dining and bedrooms. , Private bar with refreshment room attached. . ORDINARY AT 12 O'CLOCH DAILY. COUNTER LUNCH FREE. Parties visiting Wanganui will find this hotel replete with every convenience. EDWIN WOON, Interpretkr, and Native Lands Agent, Taupo Quay, Wanganui. Wanganui, Sept. 27th, 1867. MONEY TO LEND, /^VN GOOD FREEHOLD SECURITY. Apply to M. V. HODGE, Solicitor. Market Place, Wanganui, 26th July, 1867. JOHN BRNN IE , COOPER, St. Hill-street, (Opposite the Chronicle printing office, and a few doors from the Post Office corner.) Has always on hand Butter Kegs, Churns, Cheese Vats, &c, Hie. TRAVELLER'S REST, TUTAENUI. JOHN MATTHF.W begs to inform the public that he has now completed the large addition to the above Hotel, wich every convenience for visitors and travellers, and trusts by keeping nothing but the best supplies of everything, and paying every attention to those who may patronise him, to merit their support. Good Stabling and secure Paddocki. Saddle Horses, and Traps for Hire. April 6, 1867. PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, TUAPO QUAY. JRAPLEY begs to inform his friend 3 and • the publio. that he has first class accommodation for Boarders. Good Stabling

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 113, 11 October 1867

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 113, 11 October 1867

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