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Waikato Times, Volume XVIII, Issue 1498, 9 February 1882, Page 3
Wanteds, &c. WANTED, owner for a White Poley Cow tar brand. Owner can have her by paying expenses. Joseph Cochrane, Pah Farm, Hamilton East.
WANTED, a General Servant j one who understands washing. Apply at once to Mrs Hunter, Lake View, Ohaupo.
WANTED, a Situation by a Profes- sional Cook and Confectioner. Address X., Waikato Times.
WANTED, a Situation by a young Girl. Reference to John Knox.
WANTED, a MAN to garden, milk, and make himself generally use- ful.— Apply to Mr Lewis O'Neill, Claude- lands, Hamilton.
WANTED, by a Gentleman of ex- perience a Situation, such as a Manager, on a farm where a large stock is kept. Good colonial references. Apply W. E. A. Office of this paper.
WANTED KNOWN— That Hugh Fitzgerald is the Registrar of Dogs for Tamahere and Cambridge Highway Districts.
WANTED— Bushmen, Stockmen, and those employed at rough work, to know that they can obtain, for £6 10s, A THOROUGHLY SOUND KNOIJHH LKVER watoh, "made by Rotherham," in extra stout dust proof silver hunting cases, with two years guarantee, from S. McLeknon, Hamilton.
A MEETING of the Trustees and Committee of the Hamilton Band ill be held This (Thursday) evening, at ("iwynne's Hotel, at 9 o'clock. Business of importance.— R. Edwards, Hon. Sec.
NOTICB. TV/TB W. F. JONES, Pianoforte Tuner, has arrived in Waikato. Orders for the present may be left at Gwynne's Hotel, Hamilton.
JJ^AURTOE R. KEESING, BVRRISTER AND SOLIOITUR, CAMBRIDGE, ■WAIKATO.
WAIKATO TURF CLUB Annual Summer Meeting, 1882. A CCEPTANCES and GENERAL JrX. ENTRIES will be received up to FRIDAY, February 10, at 8 p.m., payable to Mr William Percival, Handicapper, Auckland, or ROBERT BRADLEY, Secretary, Hamilton.
PIAKO ANNUAL RACES. St. Patrick's Day. A MEETING of those interested in the carrying out of the above Races are requested to meet at the Nottingham Castle Hotel on SATUR- DAY NEXT, February llth, at seven o'clock p.m. G. SMITH, Secretary.
"YTICTORIA INSURANCE COM- V PANY. Capital £1,000,000. JOHN KNOX, Agent, HAMILTON.
For Sale, A FIRST-CLASS FARM, of 400 acres XJL about 200 acres in grass 100 acres in virgin forest; comfortable' dwelling, and near to a school. The advertiser can confidently recommend this to any in* dusfcrious family.— Apply to W. STEELE, Hamilton.