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Ohinemuri Regional History Journal 42, September 1998

Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Governor.

Criterion Hotel

FRANK GIMBLETT.

Has assumed the Proprietorship of this First-class Hotel, which is most conveniently situated being close to Bank, Past and Telegraph Station, and Coaches to and from Waihi, Thames and Te Aroha.

First-class Accommodation for Travellers and Tourists.

Best Brands of Wines, Ales, Spirits, and Cigars.

Billiard Room Adjoining Hotel.

Comfort, Civility, & Moderate Charges.

FRANK GIMBLETT . . . . . .PROPRIETOR

Paeroa Hotel

M Delany . . . . . .Proprietor

This New, Handsome. Commodious and
Centrally Situated HOTEL

has

EVERY CONVENIENCE

for the

COMFORT of the TRAVELLING PUBLIC.

It is close the Railway Station and Coaches from the Junction and Puke Wharves pass the Door en route for Karangahake, Waitekauri, Waihi, Owharoa, Te Aroha & Thames.

HOT AND COLD WATER BATHS.

THE CUISINE A SPECIALTY.

AMPLE ACCOMMODATION FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS.

M DELANY, Proprietor.

(Late of Ohaupo)

The Ohinemuri Gazette, 23/12/1902

The Ohinemuri Gazette, 23/12/1902

COMMERCIAL HOTEL

Normanby Road, Paeroa.

HOMELY, COMFORTABLE, AND UP-TO-DATE

HOT AND COLD WATER BATHS

FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR

TOURISTS, TRAVELLERS, AND PERMANENTS

VACANCIES FOR A FEW PERMANENTS.

TERMS MODERATE

Mrs Cottrill,

PROPRIETRESS.

Commercial Hotel

PAEROA

Mr J H Moore begs to thank his patrons for the
consideration he has received from them since entering into possession of the above well-known and popular house. He in the future, as in the past, will endeavour to serve them well by keeping a first-class table and refreshments of the choicest brands. For the Christmas trade special preparations are being made, so that those from the outlying districts visiting his hotel will find every comfort and convenience.

Ehrenfried’s Sparkling Ales always on tap

J H MOORE,

Proprietor.

The Ohinemuri Gazette, 24/12/1915

The Ohinemuri Gazette, 23/12/1902

Royal Mail Hotel

PAEROA

MR S J ATKINS begs to announce to the patrons of the above hotel and the general public that he has taken the same over.

He has had experience in the leading shipping companies of the world, and in the hotel business, and is determined that the catering will be above reproach,

Wine and Spirits of the very best brand.

This Hotel is the headquarters of the Royal Mail Coaches running between Thames, Te Aroha, Waihi and Tauranga.

Wires promptly attended to,

Samples Rooms-Liver Stables

S J ATKINS,

(Late of U. S. S. Co.’s Steamers,)

Royal Mail Hotel, Paeroa

Mackaytown Hotel

(Situate on the Road between Paeroa and Karangahake)

MR W WOODWARD

(Late of the Pacific Hotel, Thames)

Desires to inform the public of Thames and Ohinemuri Districts that he has taken over the proprietorship of the above well-known and popular hostelry.

The new proprietor will make it his aim to carefully cater to the wants of the travelling public.

Only the Very Best of Ales and Liquors kept

on the premises.

THE DINING ROOM will be under the control of Mrs Woodward, which is sufficient guarantee of its efficiency.

Don’t forget to give "Rock" a call when Passing.

The Ohinemuri Gazette, 23/12/1902

The Ohinemuri Gazette, 23/12/1902