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A new hotel to replace that re cently destroyed by fire has been ' erected at Advancetown. Nicely fur nished and picturesquely situated on the interstate highway what will . be the man route to Murwillumbah, the Advancetown Hotel should become' a very popular resort for tourists, mors especially- as the natural bridge with its waterfall and gorges of fernB and
'native flora, is bo handy. There are a number of men now engaged, con-, structing brdges and makng the road through to the grid. It is stated that the new road will Shorten the dis tance to Murwilumbah by nearly 20 , miles. Advancetown is a pleasant run of 13 miles from Southport, and „ should become a very popular trip with Southport visitors, ^as the. scen ery en route is delightful. Mrs. H. ?Free is the' licensee of the hotel which is owned , by Mrs. A. E. Giles*, of Wynnum South, who, by her enter ptise to erecting such- an / attractive ti&tel, evidences she has faith in the ( future of the district; '? Correspondent, . 'Civil . Engineer,' » Letter reached us too late for .inclus ' ion'in this week but will appear in next issue.