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Waikato Times, Rōrahi XIX, Putanga 1566, 18 Hōngongoi 1882, Page 3
WANTED— A Married Couple, with- out encumbrance preferred. Apply M. H. Pickering, Hautapu.
WANTED KNOWN— Owing to in- disposition I find it necessary to close Kent House for a few days. Henry Chitty.
WANTED To Let by Contract- Cutting of Furze. Apply John Hill, Farmer, Tamahere.
WANTED— A Man to look after horses and make himself gene- rally useful. Apply to James Devin, Commercial Hotel, Te Awamutu.
WANTED, by Tamahere Highway Board, TWO SURFACEMEN. Applications in writing to the under- signed up to noon of Wednesday, 19th inst. JAS. McPHERSON, Secretary Tamahere H,B.
WANTED KNOWN— That Mr W. F. Jones, Piano-tuner, has arrived in Waikato. Address G Wynne's Hotel, Hamilton.
WANTED TO SELL— Strong Spring Cart and Harness, cheap. W. H. M. Lovell, Taupiri.
WANTED— Cylinder Sinkers for the Hamilton Railway Bridge. Apply on the Works.
WANTED— A Boy on a farm must be a good milker, Apply at this office.
WANTED KNOWN— Selling Off for Cash for ONE MONTH. 2s re- turned for every and Is for every 10s spent at J. Missen's, Hamilton.
WANTED— Bushmen, Stockmen, and those employed at rough work, to know that they can obtain, for £6 10s, A THOROUGHLY SOUND ENGLISH LEVER watch, made by Rotherham, in extra stout dust proof silver hunting cases, with two years guarantee, from S. McLkrnon, Hamilton.
WANTED— Travellers by Rail to and from Auckland to know that if they take the trouble to step across the road to the Hotel at Mercer, where there is a good table always ready, their pockets will be benefited by it and those who like a drop of the real McKay should always step across to the hotel, where they will get it, and bring their friends with them. There is plenty of time. J. D. Dillon, Proprietor.
TO CARPENTERS. Wanted Six Carpenters. Apply at Mr Buck- land's New Residence, near Cambridge.
FOR SALE— Nanny GOAT, will kid in about a month a good milker. Also, her Nanny Kid, born last October would breed now.— Apply, E.D., Post-office, Pukerimu.
ON SALE.— Flour, Sharps, Bran, Oats, Oatmeal, Fowls Wheat, Potatoes, Chaff, Cheese, Bacon, Kerosene, Oils, Paints. JOHN KNOX.
/CHRISTIE'S OLD ORGAN." J The above SERVICE OF SONG will be given in the Presbyterian Church on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 19th inst., by the Sabbath-school Children, assisted by the Choir and others. The Narrative will be read by Mr D. Fdltox. The Service will begin at half-past 7 o'clock doors open at 7. Admission, Is children half-price.
T7" I H I X I H I The WAIPA DRAMATIC CLUB, witli the assistance of the A.C. Force, will give a PERFORMANCE in the Public Hall, on FRIDAY, 21st JULY, the 6bject being to obtain funds to release a horse and cow that were sold recently at the Te Awamutn Pound, the property of a poor man, who was unable to pay the poundage fees.
By Request, THE WILDS OF CORSICA will be produced, in which Mr Anthony Peate will appear as Mirabile Dictu. Dramatis Person/e. Captain Gamba (military officer) Mr T. Neal Gianetto Sampiero (brigand chief) Mr Thomas Matteo Falcone Mr Patterson Fortunati (son of Matteo)... Master Berry Mirabile Dictu Mr Pcate Soldiers and Brigands. To be followed by a Laughable Farce, entitled, t "THE IRISH .TIGER in which the audience will have an oppor- tunity of judging who makes the greatest blunder— Paddy or his English master. Sir Charles Lavender../ Mr Neal Alderman Marrowfat Mr Fitzpatrick 'Mr Bilberry Mr Patterson Paddy Ryan (the Irish, Tiger... l Mr.Cooney Thamash John (a, servant)' Mrßichdale Julia Marrowfat t'a "V Nancy"' f v- Lady- Amateurs To conclude with' j.