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Waikato Times, Rōrahi XXII, Putanga 1811, 14 Huitanguru 1884, Page 3
WANTED— A Slaughterman ; single man prefened. J. S. Buckland.
WANTED-A Waitress, Apply Wai- kato Hotel.
WANTED— Ten Teams for _ Earth- work on Railway at Morrinsville — Hunt and White, Contmctois.
WANTED— A good Cook and House- maid for Lichficld. Apply by letter to Mr Halcombe, Lichfield.
WANTED, by a well educated young person, who can be Highly recom- mended, a Situation as Governess. Ad- dress, "Governess," Tin; Waikato Timks office.
WANTED— flood Harness Hand ;to a competent petson permanent situation and good wages. Apply by letter to Isaac Bates, Saddler, Duke- street, Cambridge.
WANTED— A smart youth, of 14 or 15, as Apprentice to the saddlery tiade. Apply to Isaac Bates, Saddler, Cambiidge.
WANTED— To Sell a fhst-cla&s Ladies' Pony and Side-saddle. — Apply K. McDonald.
WANTED— The Settlers of tlie Wai- kato to try the Waikato Flour Mills Al Flour. It is the best quality in the maiUet. Kept by ncaily all stoie- keepeifi.
VT ANTED— Everybody to ic.id K. T t M'Donald's I'iice List in another column.
WANTED KNOWN— Nails, 2'jfd per lb.; Vinegar, Is 9d per gal.; Milk Dishes fiom 2s each, for s.ile at K. M'Donald'b, Hamilton.
WANTKD TO SELL-Fifty Acres of Land Apply Samuel Foul- sham, Hamilton West.
|>ALL PROGRAMMES.— A large and iLJ varied assortment iust lecenedat Thk Waikato Timj;s olhco.
LOST, iiom Te Aroha, bay Maic, branded M on near shoulder. J. Madden, Post-office, To Aioha.
T7IOUND-A Gold Shut Stud. Owner JL can have same on application to tlie Manager of The Waikato Ti.mks and paying expenses.
CA M B 11 1 DG E BAPT I S T TABERNACLE.
The Rev. Charles Carter Will pi each in the aboe place of Woiship
Ox LORD'S DAY, Feb. 17th, 1884, MdUMM! AVI) EVKI(!.
DUBLIN NOTICE X ]-> hciuhy ghon, in tenus of .Section 1 1 Regulation of Local Elections Act, IS7G, that Nominations of Candidates, duly qualified to serve for the ensuing eji ds irctnbetbof Licensniff Commitloci
foi t!ic Licensing DistnU of Jlangum, Kuikiiuoa, Tainaheic", and Oauibiiclge, must be dulixeied or po&ted to the undci signed at the Post-office, Kiiikuiroa- on orb toie noon of SATURDAY, the 10th inst.
JAS. McPHERSON", Returning Ofliccr Waikato County. Kuikiuioa, 9th February, ISB3.
rjHAMAHURE ROAD BOARD. JL Tru'mc i^Sroi'i'. i) a'jio^s Ckvwkord's Gtllv fiom tins date, pending altei- ations. By oulei of tlie Bond. SANDES & NAPPER, (Y. , Ens/uieeib T.R.B. Hamilton, 4th Febiuaiy, ISSI-.
NOTICE ! ! ! CAUTION ! ! !
Some pei son or peisons having taken hoi^es over the concrete culvert at Ciawfoid's Gulh, a lewaid of £2 will be gn t-n for such information as will load to the conviction of tho offender, and any poisons injuiing said culveit will be piosecutedaccoiding to the utmost rigour of the law. By Older of the Boaid. SANDES & NAPPER, C.E. Hamilton. 14th Feb., 18S4.
■piAKO COUNTY COUNCIL. Tenders.
TENDERS will be received up to Satin day, the 16th inst., at 3 p.m , for — Cuttings, Sidings, Diams, and Culverts on the Cambridge- Tauianga Road, between Manga- whaia cieek and Waihou river. Specific itions at our office, Hamilton, at I'iaUo County Council odiee, Cam bndgo, and at Mi Walkei's lcbidcnce, Tiuuaparahaialnra. Mr Geoige Walker, junr., will show intending contractors over the work. Address tenders to "The Chairman Piako County Council," Cambiidge, and endorse, "Tender Cambndge-Tauranga Road." SANDES & NAPPER, C.E. Engineers Piako County Council. Hamilton, 4th February, 1881.
TENDERS WANTED, for PLOUGH- ING about fifty acies of stubble laud. For fuither information apply to C. J. Storey, to whom tenders can be sent by noon on SATURDAY, 16th instant. Te Awamutu, February 9th, ISB4.
LITTLE'S SHEEP DIP
HAS secured first honours against all competitors at the following Exhi- bitions :—: — HIGHEST AWARD MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. FIRST DEGREE OF MERIT ADELAIDE EXHIBITION. HIGHEST AWARD, GOLD MEDAL, NEW ZEALAND INTERNA- TIONAL EXHIBITION.
Is highly concentrated ; each gallon will make one hundied gallons dipping com- position ; is soluble in cold water ; and the most economical and effectual dip used. Price reduced to 6s the gallon in five gallon tins ; 5s 6d, in forty-gallon casks.
Sole Agent for Auckland,
NEW ZEALAND LABOUR EXCHANGE. R. M. Heighten & Co., 177 Queen- street, Auckland, House, Land and General Commission Agents, Valuators, Missing Friends and Private Enquiry Office. Properties of every description bought and sold, including Farms, Hotels, Board- ing Houses, Businesses. Town and Coun- try Properties Bought Sold or Let. Money Lent on Freehold, Leasehold and Personal Security. Mortgages and Loans negotiated. Partnerships and In- vestments Arranged, Rents and Book Debts Collected.^ Labour Exchange and Private Enquiry Office, having ma- ll the principal towns -in the colonies. <R. M^H^lQHTON.f.qq., ,