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Waikato Times, Rōrahi VII, Putanga 399, 3 Hakihea 1874, Page 3
WANTED to purchase or lease a FARM of 230 to 400 ■cres. Apply to Ambed Buckland.
WANTED— Tenders for Sawing Twenty Thousand feet of Timber in the Bush, at Ohaupo, at per Hun- dred. Apply to JAMES HARPER, Ohaupo. 14th November, 1874.
WANTED KNOWN,— New Farm, Vegetable, and Flower Garden Seeds, true to the name, and of tbe finest quality at Robert Brevin'b Seed and Plant Depot, Next Sibbin's Auction Mart, Queen street, Auckland.
FOR SALE. An improved Form of two hundred acres close to a bush, within four miles of Cambridge For further particulars apply to Mr J. P. Campbell, Store- keeper, Cambridge.
TENDERS for Alterations and Additions to the Central' Hotel, Ngaruawahit, to be sent in on or before the 4th December. R. J. DAVIDSON, Central Hotel, Ngaruawahia.
X>EEN Running on my Run at Puketutu, Raglan, since July, 1873, one Red and White Heifer, uDbranded, Tip off Right Ear. If not claimed before 7th January, 1875, will be sold to pay expenses. WILLIAM ROBERTSON. Puketutu, December 1, 1874.
MANGAPIKO HIGHWAY DISTRICT.
THE Lower Te Awamutu and Alexandra Road has been CLOSED on account of the dangerous state of the two large bridges near Mr Seccombes farm. By order of the late trustees, F. C. GERMANN,
Alexandra, Nov. 21, 1874.
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT BOARD.
THE ASSESSMENT LIST lies for inspection at Mr Dawfon'a Store, Whatavrhata, and #t tho Post Office, Ngaruawahia. Appeals against tbe same will be heard on Saturday, 19th Pecember, at the Delta Hotel, Ngaruawahia, at 11 a.m. HENRY BYRON,
•TOWN OF NGARUAWAHIA HIGHWAY" BOARD.
THE ASSESSMENT LIST is finally settled, and Rates are now payable to MR GIFFNEY, the Collector, within fourteen days. Rates not paid within the specified time will be sued for
Fgaruawehia, Nov. 27, 1874.
W."*i l i^V -.SSV a^&
J. S. BERNARD having been appointed Sub-Immigration Officer for Waikato is hereby autho riied to act in that capacity from thia dale. Hamilton, Nov. 21, 1874. H. ELLIS,
PURCHASE OF SLEEPERS.
THE Undersigned is ready to Purchase Sleepers for the Mercer and Newcastle Railway. Those who are willing to aupply them can obtain printed conditions and specifications upon application to the District Engintci, Thames the Resident and Assistant Engineers in the Waikato DiHtrict or from Officers commanding Engineer Volunteer Militia.
JAMES STEWART, District Engineer
Auckland, Octobor 16, 1871.