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Waikato Times, Volume XXV, Issue 2098, 17 December 1885, Page 3
WANTED.— A Good Smart Boy, about 15. Apply to C. Boyce, Victoria Bakery, Cambridge.
WANTED.— Two Good Farm Men. Apply to John H. Scott, Pate- rangi.
WANTED— Forty Good Shovel Men. Apply to D. Falion, Morrin«ille- Lichfield Contract.
WANTED Waikato settlers to apply at once for balance of ■hares in Cambiidge Jam Factory Com- pany.
WANTED TO SELL-A Hornsby Rraper and Twine Bmdci, nearly new, and in good working oi der. Apply S., Waikato Times Office
WANTED KNOWN. -FENCING Having a very large stock of Totara Posts on hand, also a larg.' supply of Plain and Barbed Wire, with" Rollers, Pins and Staples, thoie fencing vi.i be supplied at tho lowest possible rates at the New Wharf, Cambridge.
WANTED KNOWN-On and after Saturday, the 19th December, the Cambridge Jam Factory will be buyers of Gooseberries, iv an> quantity, at their Factory in Brewery-stieet.
117" ANTKD KNOWN. FOR SALK-A FARM of 400 acres in grass, with three acres orchard, consist ing of some of the best land in H.uitapu, the centre of the Cambridge District. It is distant about two miles from Cheese F.ictoiy, Hailway Station, .School and Poat oflhee. The ituiMingi consist of a ten roomed house, stable, sheds, etc nil in excellent tepair. As the Farm is dnidcil into two equal parts by a gravelled road, lam prepared to dispose of it, cither as a whole, or in lots of not less than 100 wren. VM SKLBY, Hautapu, Cambridge.
WANTED KNOWN— The best and cheapest place for all your Boots and Shoes, ready made or made to order, is tho Auckland Boct Depot, Duke-street, Cambridge, where you can have about £1000 worth of Boots and Shoes of English and Colonial manufacture, of every description. All goods are hold at Auckland prices, and without doubt th<y are the best and cheapest ever offered in the district, and heads of families and others will do well to sec that all their Boots and Shoes are purchased from the above Depot. P.S —Every desciiption of Boots nnd Shoes hand made to order on the premises. Good material, work- manship and fits guaranteed Repairs of all kinds of Boots and Shoes daily. Boots, Leather, Uppeis and Grindery wholesale nnd retail. Orders attended tf; without delay in all parts of the district.
AUCKLAND BOOT DEPOT, Dr/KK-bTRKET, CAMBRIDGE. T. L. COX, Manager. GOATS-Wautcd, a Milch Goat, or Two Young Goats (male and female). H.H Post office, Cambridge.
TTAMILTON ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SPORTS.
ENTRIES CLOSE ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, With THE SECRETARY, Hamilton, AM) MR R. E. ELLIS, Auckland.
"VT O T I C E. A CONCERT and DANCE in aid of the funds of the Hnntly Public Cemetery will be held on December 26th, 1885. Doors open at 7 commence at 7.30 p.m. Tickets, 2s Od. LEWIS 15. HARRIS, Chairman Trustees Huntly Public Cemetery.
T^- O T I C E ALL ACCOUNTS owing to me prior to Ist September, remaining unpaid on 22ud December, will be handed to a Solicitor for collection forthwith. AKCH. WALLACE. Pukftrimu, December 12th, lbS5.
"p O R SALE. MOWER by Hornsby, and American Hoise-rake; both nearly new. Apply Ellis Bros.. Kihikihi. "TMRST CLASS FARM FOR SALE. Capital Saw-mill Site. A FARM of 406 acre* with half a mile frontage to the Waij.a Ritr, and mile frontng to the Kaiuw lianiwlm River. The whole is securely fenced and sub divided into eight paddocks Four roomed House, lar^p and com- modious Stables ami Cow sheds, .)Oft by 20ft 'liiere is a good bush of Knlit- kutea and Rimu on about 100 acres of this pioperty istiniated to yield over 2,000,000 feet of timber. This desirable property is for sale at £1300 Terms easy. The proprietor is prepared to sell in two separate lots. One portion with Waipa river frontage containing about 130 acres is offered at 30s per acre. I''or Particular! apply to J. S EDGECUMBE. Hamilton, November 13th, 1880.
LOST— In Hamilton West, a small Gold BROOCH, set with emeralds. Thf* finder will kindly leave same at this otlice.
V X OST, about two months ago, a bunch JLi of small KEYS, between Phmnix Hotel and railway station. Finder will be handsomely rewarded on returning same to John Smith, Phcruix Hotel.
LOST, November last, 1 Dark Red Shorthorn Steer, white forehead and 1 Light Rod and White Yearling Bull, both branded "O"on right rump. Information leading to recovery will be auitably rewarded on application to W. E. Meadway, Patrrangi.
"VTEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. Auckland Section.
CAMBRIDGE SPO-JTS-DECEMBBR 26th, 188.").
On December 26th, 1885, a SPECIAL
TRAIN will leave Frank ton Junction at 11.5 a.m.; Hamilton, 11.10 a.m.; Cam- bridge arrive 11 50 a.m. Passengers will be booked through to Cambridge from Te Awamutu and inter mediate stations as far as Frank ton by the 950 a.m train. A RETURN SPECIAL to Hamilton will leave Cambridge at 7.45 p.m. Hamilton arrive 8 35 p.m. Saturday Return Fares will be avail- able. By order. C. HUDSON, District Traffio Manager.