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Waikato Times, Volume XVIII, Issue 1491, 24 January 1882, Page 3
CRICKET! CRICKET CRICKET! •THE ENGLISHMEN ARE COMING. A GRAND DISPLAY OF CRICKET A WILL TAKE PLACE on the Cambridge Racecoubsk on TUESDAY, 31st inst., when a MATCH will take place between TWENTY-TWO OP WAIKATO AOAINBI THK ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN. WICKETS PITCHED AT 10 A.M.
THE CRICKET MATCH. A RRANGEMENTS have been made XjL for the evening train to Mercer to run on to Hamilton on MONDAY, 30th inst., conveying the English cricketers. This will give down country people an opportunity of being present at the Cricket Match. JACKSON PALMER, Secretary Waikato Cricket Association.
THE CRICKET MATCH. THE undersigned have been favored with instructions from the Wai- kato Cricket Association to sell by public auction at their Rooms, Cambridge, on SATURDAY, January 28, at twelve o'clock noon, the privileges at the forth- coming cricket match, England v. Wai* kato, Gates Booths Refreshment Stalls H. E. COTTON & CO. January 23, 1882.
CAUTION. rpHE Public are hereby WARNED X that the ROAD near Stokes's Hill, old Whatawhata Road, is IMPASSABLE. A Horse Track will be rendered pas&able through StoUes's Paddock. SAMt. STEELE, Chairman Hamilton Highway Board. January 23, ISBI.
CAUTION. THE public are hereby* notfied that the road from T.unahere Bridge to Ewen's Hill, is closed for wheeled traffic. S. S, GRAHAM, Chairman CD. B.
CAUTION. THE Public are hereby CAUTIONED that the BRIDGE at Creek near Moanavale is UNSAFE FOR TRAFFIC. A Lamp will mark the danger at night, EDWARD LAKE, Chairman Pukekura Highway Board. January 23, 1881.
NOTICE. I HAVE appointed HUGH FITZ- GERALD, Cambridge, to COL- LECT all ACCOUNTS due to me, for services of Hercules, 1880-81, and whose receipt will be a sufficient discharge. CHARLES LAKE. Cambridge 20th Jan. 1882.
I NOTICE. ALL Persons indebted to Malcolm Miller for the services of Young Wellington will oblige by meeting him at the undermentioned places Jan. 24-—Tuesday, Kihikihi 25 Wednesday, Te Awamutu 26— Thursday, Hamilton 2S Saturday, Cambridge. M. MILLER. Jan. 17th, 1882.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, HAMILTON. CONVERSAZIONE IN AID OF THE BAZAAR FUND IV THE PUBLIC AND VOLUNTEER HALL, This (Tuesday) Evening, 24th Jan., 1882, at half-past 7 o'clock. J. B. Wiiyte, Esq., M.H.R., will preside, TICKETS TWO SHILLINGS
A SELECT QUADRILLE PARTY will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, on the evening of Monday, 30th January. Tickets for Gentlemen, 2s 6d Ladies by Invitation. ,)AS. COOMBES, M. C.
FO. SINGLETON. ELECTRO-PLATKR, GILDER, JEWELLER AND SILVER- SMITH, Next the corner of "Victoria and Hobson-Strcets, AUCKLAND, Is now picpared to execute all kinds of Electro- plating, Gilding, and Repairing. Ladies can nave their Old Jewellery renovated and made equal to new. All kinds of Jewellery and Watches repaired at the lowkst ratks. Re- flating. Table and Desert Spoons and Forks, 12s doz.; Tea Spoons, 8s doz. i Salt and Mustard Spoons, 6s doz.; Cruets, from $s to 12s 6d each Salvers, Cake Baskets, and Side Dishes at rea- sonable rates, according to size; Albert Chains, as: Watch Cases, 2s 6d; Cornet Mouth-pieces, from is 6d; Brooches, is; Earrings, is per pair. Re-gilding. Watch Cases, 3s 6d each; Lon^ Chains, 5s Cd each; Albert Chains, 3s 6d each Brooches, from 25 each; Earrings, 2s pair; Rings, 2S each. A liberal allowance to the Trade. F.G.S. has a large Stock of Spectacles always on hand. Country orders executed on tip sootiest notice, oq4 with prompt despatch.