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Waikato Times, Volume XXX, Issue 175, 21 June 1873, Page 1
WAIKATO COACHES NGARUAWAHIA AND HAMILTON". A CONVEYANCE leaves Harbis 1 DELTA HOTEL Ngaruawahia, each day at 8.30 a.m., and returns same day, leaving Hamilton at 3 p.m. (Sundays oxcepted) carrying Passengers and Luggage, thus enabling passengers arriving by steamer to proceed next morning. Special arrangements for parties wishing to go through to Cambridgo. To Storekeeper*, !(c. Light Packages coming by steamer as far as Ngaruawahia will be carried at reasonable rate*. Saddle Horses and Buggies on Hire. L. B. HARRIS, Proprietor.
CENTRAL HOTEL, NaAEUAWAHrA. rtIRAVELLERS visiting the Waikato district will find the above Hotel replete with every convenience and co.mfort. The proprietor would also inform the public that the Ferry is now under bis charge, and every assistance will be given in the crossing of cattle, sheep, Sec. Meals always ready on the^arrival of each coach to and from Auckland. Wines and Spirits Second to None. FIRS JT -CLASS STABLING, HENRY THOMAS, Proprietor.
Governor Browne Hotel (Late D. Sheehan) Hobsok Street, Auckland. TjIIRST- CLASS TABLE, Single Bed-iooms, Families Accommodated, Boot 3 and Night Porter. Good Stabling, Wines aud Spirits of the Beat Brands. DUNNINGHAM & KING, Proprietors.
HOUGH (Late of Gr a hams to wn), HAVING purchased the PREMISES, Stock, and Goodwill of Messrs. Owkk & Graham's Business, at Hamilton, wishes to call the attention of the settlers of that town and the surrounding district? to the fact that he has on hand a NEW AND SELECT STOCK OF GOODS, which will be sold at the lowest pos&iblo prices, consisting of General Drapery, Ironmongery, Crockeryware, Tinware, Groceries, Ac.', &c. fgg" Nate*: Late Owen & Graham* Store, next Mr Smith's Dispensary, Hamilton.
Saddlery, Horse Clothing, Etc. J WISEMAN has received, ex Durham, a shipment of Kersey's Webs, Rugs, Sergo3, &c, and expects by the Edinburgh Castle and Parsee, now due, several cases of Ladies', Gents', Girls and Boys' Saddles, Bi idles,. Stirrups, Spurs, &c, «tc. A large and varied stock of Saddlery always on hand. Carriage, Buggy,' Gig, Spring-cart, Dray and Plough Har ne« on hand, or made to oider at the shortest notice. Enamelled-hide, Hogskin, Kip, Bag-hide, Basil, &c, Gaiteis, of every description and shape, wholesale and 1 reta-1. Also long Riding Loggings, with or without tongue*.. J. WIS«M4tf, Saddler. Harnessmaker, and Importer, Queen street, Auckland.
THE Undersigned has on aalesat lowest rates for caeh Totara Post 3 Dry Matai do Ti-tree Rails Rimu do House Blocks Failings, sft Shingles Tanikawa Piles T>« Heavy Plankinc Squared Timber. H. W. HUBERT, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, (Late Mabin) NGARUAWAHIA
THE U. S., N. Z., AND A. FRUIT DEPOT is Removed to Lower Queen Street, a few doors above Coupland's, Wharf Hotel, and at the Now Market PJace, where Waikato Settlers aud others will always (iud tho largest stock of seasonable fruits. The only house where Iced Drinks are to be obtained. All kinds of Nuts kept in stock. Country o>dera attended to. R. MESSENGER, Manager.
j. k. McDonald, VALUATOR AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGEN T. Agent Union Steam Sash and Door Company, Auckland- Agent for Mr C. Bell, Ngaruawahia, for Sale of Timber, etc. Hamiltok.
Albert Iron Foundry, Albert and Chapel Streets, Auckland. MASEFIELD & Co., Engineers, Iron and Brass Founcleis, and Manufacturers of all kinds of Quartz Crushing Machinery. Stevm Engines, Saw Mill, Pumping, Flour, and Flax Dressing Machinery, &e.,&c.
Sherley's Hotel, Rangiriri. nnHE Propiietor wishes to thank the Wsikato settlers X and vißitois for their libeial patronage. No effort will be spared to perpetuate the good fame of this old established house. Good Stabbhug. Saddle Horses. Secure Paddocks. N, IS. —Excellent Shooting Quarters.