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Waikato Times, Rōrahi XVIII, Putanga 1517, 25 Poutūterangi 1882, Page 1
PAPERHANGINGS, WHITE liEAD,&C. VV. PHILLIPPS & SON Abe Now Landing, ex ' Loch Dee,' 450 PACKAGES 450 PAPER HAGINGS Scrims and Hessians Oils, White Lead Zinc White, Patent Paints Colours, &c. (in wood and iron) Silvered (polished . and rough) Plate OBNAMUNTAL, PHOTO., COMMON WINDOW GLASS. Varnishes, Brushes, and Trade Sundries. W. PHILLIPS & SON, 95 and 97, Queen- street.
TT P T O N & /~1 0., STATIONERS & BOOKSELLERS, Wholesale and Retail. christmas cards, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, WRITING DESKS (in wood and leather), PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS SCRAP ALBUMS, GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF BOXES QUEEN ANNE TEA CADDIES. UPTON & 00.
Philip Munro, SHOEING & 'GENERAL BLACK- »• • ' SMIIH, Corner of Hood & Anglesea Streets, ■ HAMILTON, Begs to thank the public for their liberal support. iggfGrood workmanship with moderate charges, and ptrict attention to business. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF IRONWORK.
JAMES CHARLES O'GARA, COAOnBUILDEB & WHEELWRIGHT, Hood-street, Hamilton West, For the last eight years in the employ- ment of Mr. I. R. Vialou, intends carry- ing on in the above Hue of business on his own account at the above addresa ( near Mr. P. Munros, Blacksmith, Hamil- ton West. Any Job entrusted to him will be care- fully executed. Igg" Country Orders promptly at- tended to. Estimates given upon all classes of work in connection with cither of the above Branches of his Trade. Drays and Buggies made to Order. I^° Note the Address: Near Mr. P. Muuro'ii, Hood. street, Hamilton West.
HPE AWAMUTU BUTCHERY. W. AVENELL, Proprietor. W.H., in thanking the inhabitants of Te Awamutu and the settlers around the district for the liberal support accorded to him for the last two years and a-half, wishes to inform them that he still hopes to supply them with a good article at the lowest po&sible price, and by btrict atten- tion to bubiness to merit a continuance of their favors. Hides, Skins and Tallow Bought. W. AVENELL, Butcher, Te Awamutu.
[Established 1859,] GEE & POTTER, COACH BUILDERS, Grrey-street, Auckland. BUGGIES, Wagprons, Farm Drays, and a variety of traps always on hand. N.B.— Shafts, Felloes, Spokes, Blue Gum, Ironbark, &c, always in stock. GEE & POTTER.
CHARLES HESKETH.] [ALEXANDER AITKIN. TJ E KETH ani> AITKIN, " Grain and Seed Merchants, SHIPPIN G AND GENERAL AGENTS. The Hay market. 105, QUEEN-STBEET, AUCKLAND. Having succeeded to the Seed and Grain business lately carried on by Mr Alfred Buokland, hope, by steady attention to business to merit a continuance of the public favours. Their present stock con- sists of a new importation of all kinds of AGRICULTURAL, GARDEN, and FLOWER SEEDS. Also, Oats, Maize, Chaff, Bran, Bonedust, Guano, and Artificial Manures, Fine, Coarse, and Rock gait, New Zealand Flax, Tow and Cocoanut Fibre. Messrs Hesketh and Aitkin, having been in m imploy for many years, I confidently recommend them to my friends as reliable and careful busineas men. ALFRED BUCKL4ND.
MONEY TO LEND on Mortgage, on - First-class Freehold' Security. Wm. Coleman, Solicitor, corner.of Queen Shortland Streets, Auckland,