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Waikato Times, Rōrahi XXI, Putanga 1740, 30 Hereturikōkā 1883, Page 3
CAMBRIDGE HORSE SALE.
For Sale at Cambridge on Saturday next, Ist September, at one o'clock The Well-known Stallion President. HEAVY DRAUGHT GELDING, 6 years old, good in all work Strong Second hand Buggy, with pole and shafts (double-seated.) 2 Very small Ponies, quiet and handsome, used to children 2 Heavy Draught Geldings 7 Upstanding Strong Horses, broken to harness 1 Side Saddle 2 Pack Saddles and all extras, and two tents, &c.
J. S. BUCKLAND.
SATURDAY NEXT, AT CAMBRIDGE.
For Sale by Auction on Saturday, Ist September NICE SINGLE-SEATED BUGGY, Quiet Good Pony, and Set Har- ness, a neat and serviceable turn out 1 Biown Gelding, six On account yeaisold J-of whom it 1 Brown Marc and Foal J may concern 1 Set Iron Harrows 1 Sow and Fne Pigs 1 Sow aud Seven Pigs 70 Fowls.
J. S. BUCKLAND.
CAMBRIDGE CATTLE SALE.
Tuesday Next, 6th September,
OA PRIME FAT CATTLE _wU 100 Fat Sheep Store Cattle Dairy Cows.
J. S. BUCKLAND.
NGARUAWAHIA CATTLE SALE.
Thursday, 13th September.
The undersigned -will hold his fhst cattle sale at Ngaiuawahia on Thursday, loth September. GOOD S T E E R S tJJ aie alieady entered, and all who puiposo selling stock at this sale aie i ('quested to communicate m ith the auctioneer. Stock not sold m.iy be foi warded to Ohaupo, aud sold on the following Tuesday.
J. S. BUCKLAND. N.B. Second sale will be held on the 1 Ith October.
WELL-BRED COWS OVERLAND FROM NAPIER.
OA CHOICE SHOBTHORN COWS O/ are on the road from Napier, for sale on arrival. Most of them arc fat, others for breeding pur- poses.
J. S. BUCKLAND. CREWELS! CREWELS! riREWELS Briggs' Patent Transferring Papers. DESIGNS FOR CREWELS, BRAID- ING AND EMBROIDERS,
To be had as in list underneath from
J. E. E. HATRICK, DRAPER, HAMILTON.
ON 3-inch PAPERS— 2d per yard, or 9d per piece. Daisies and Butteicups Daisies, Maiden Hair, and Rosebud Wild Rose Wild Rose and Maiden Hair Koscbiuls Rosebuds and Leaf; Ko-jiibiuhand Foiget- nie-not Rosebuds and Maiden Hail Rosebuds, Jessamine, and Foi get-mo not; Field Poppy Lily of the Valley Foiirct- me-not Hawthorn Blossom Foi get me- not with Scollop Hips and Ha.t&.
ON 4-inch PAPERS— 2^I per yard, oi- ls per piece of (J yards.
Convolvolus and Maiden Hair; Pink and Maiden Hair; Mountain Asli Passion Flower Peacock's Feathers Feins Hawthorn Blossom Apple Blos- som Virginia Creeper Dog Rose Holly Jessamine; Jessamine, Rosebud, and Forget-me-not; Wild Rose.
ON 6-ixoH PAPERS— 3 Jrt per yard, or 9d per piece of 3 yards. Passion Flower Mountain Ash Apple Blossom Sunflower.
ON PAPERS, 8 inches— 6d per yard, or Is 3d per piece of 3 yards. Trumpet Flower Azalea.
GROUPS FOR MANTLE BORDERS—
2d I'ach. Geianinm and Maiden Hair Narcissus and Oat Glass.
GEOUP FOR CUSHIONS, &c, 6x7 iNCin s— 3d fiich. Jessamine; Tulips; Hips and rlaus; Holly and Christmas Rose Fuschia Carnation Apple Blossom Jessamine (for corners) Daffodil (for comers).
GROUPS FOR CUSHIONS & DESIGN,
9x9 iNCHfcs— 6d each. Maiden Hair and Azalea Wild Rosr, Lily, aud Pansies.
DESIGN, 10 x 13 ixcmjn—Scl each. Pansies and Fancy Grass: Pansy, Dat&y, ancl Rosebud Poppy a:. d Daisies; Ox-eye Daisies Ivyleat and Convolvolus.
SLIPPERS— Bd per pair. Mountain Ash.
FOR D'OYLEYS, &u. Wild Rose Forget-me-not Forget- me-not, Rose, and Jessamine.
SMOKING CAPS are formed by using a D'Oyley pattern for crown ancl a running pattern to cor- respond for border.
Silks and Wools to work any Pattern, at 2W per skein, or 2s 4d per dozen.
Ice, Berlin, Shetland and Andalusian Wools Stamped Antimacassais Toilet Mats, Children's Feeders, &c. Canvas, Crash, Oat- meal Cloth, &c.
Orders by post punctually attended to. Purchasers for Bazaars, &c, liberally dealt with.
J. R. E. HATRICK, KAIAPOI HOUSE, HAMILTON.
"VT O T I C E j. t7~oamp. Tailor, &c, Tamahere,
Begs to inform his old customers of Cam- bridae and the public generally that he has 'COMMENCED BUSINESS in the above, next to the Tamahere Hotel, and thanks them for the liberal support ac corded to him for the last eleven years in Waikato, and trusts to still receive a fair share of patronage. All Work done the same as heretofore. Gentlemen's own material made up at the lowest possible price.. J, T. CAMP. August 10th, 1883.