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Observer, Volume XVI, Issue 988, 18 December 1897, Page 16
PUBLIC "VTOTICE. I wish the public of Auckland and district to know that the Pastry Cook and Confectioner advertising himself late first hand at my es- tablishment has never been in the position, as both my first and second hands are still in my employment. P.S.— I also wish to intimate to my many friends that we are still takine the lead with Fancy Goods and Bread. Christtnaß Cakes and Shortbread— plain and fancy— and Mince Pies— the speciality of the season. Order Early. Ty TDUCHANAN, . Model Bakery, KARANGAHAPE ROAD. Telephone 512. r<ITI OF AUCKLAND. TO WATEB CONSUMERS. Notice is hereby given that leaky taps must be reported to the Waterworks Department, City Market, otherwise consumers are liable to be prosecuted for waste of water and have their supplies cut off. WM. ANDERSON, City Engineer. City Council Offices, December 13, 1897. 432 d PARKER'S LIVER 5T STABLES TOP OF SYMONDS STREET, (Opposite -Edinburgh Castle Hotel). HORSES AND VEHICLES op Every Description. Buggies, Cabs, 'Buses, Brakes, Waggonettes day or night. A six-horse brake leaves wharf every Sun- day at 1.40 p.m. for Otahuhu, Mangere, and Onehunga. MODERATE CHARGES. Telephone No. 244. OTAR AND r ARTER TTOTEIi COBOMANDEL W. N. STEHR Proprietor. Having thoroughly renovated the above hos- telry, W.N.S. is prepared to offer first-olass accommodation, combined with reasonable tariff, to the travelling public •BUS FROM STEAMER PASSES DOOR. TELEGRAMS PUNOTUAIifcY ATTENDED TO. Observer Filed Every Week. A Commodious SAMPLE ROOM for Con- mercial Travellers. J[ ITOHELL & •«/ ATT ARCHITECTS', 16 & 217 VICTORIA ARCADE AtroKliAND
AUCKLAND TROTTING CLUB SUMMER MEETING First Day : Friday, December 24, 1897. HURDLES, STEEPLECHASE, TROTTING AND FLAT RACES Good Fields of Trotting Horses and Ponies. First Race starts at 12.45 p.m ADMISSION - ONE SHILLING EACH. C. P. MARKS, Secretary. '