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Waikato Times, Volume XXVI, Issue 2111, 19 January 1886, Page 3
117 ANTED -A General Servant, who T V cau cook. Good wages. Apply this office.
WANTED — A Ooner.il Servant. Apply to Mm Pickering, Hau- taupu.
WANTED — Chairmen of School Committees and Teachers to com- municate with Mr Vereker Bindon re proposed .Sports at Hamilton for children attending Waikdto Public Schools.
WANTED KNOWN. -FENCING - Having «a %cry large stock of Totara Po^ts on hand, also a large supply ot Plain and Barbed Wire, with Rollers, Pins and Staples, those fencing can be supplied at tho lowest possible rates at the New Wh.uf, Cambiidge.
l7 ANTED KNOWN — That the VV Cambridge Jam Company are buyers of plums at '2d to 3d ; raspberries, 2id ; chenies, 3d; blackberries, 3d per lb.
WANTED KNOWN.— Best Machine Twine tor sale at 6d per lb. Joseph Cochrane, Hamilton East, 13th January, 18Sb
V7* ANT ED KNOWN. FOR SALE -A Small FARM of 9 acres and <t good house and orchard ; place well fenced and watered. Near Railway Station, and in township. For particulars apply to JOSEPH PAPISCH, Ohaupo.
WANTED KNOWN— The best and cheapest place for all your Boots and Shoes, ready made or made to order, is the 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 sold at Auckland pi ices, and without doubt they are the best and cheapest ever offered in tho district, and heads of families and others will do well to bee that all their Boots and Shoes are purchased from the above Depot. P.S.— Every description of Boots and Shoes handmade to order on the premises. Good material, work- manship and fits guaranteed. Repairs of all kinds of Boots and Shoes daily. Boots, Leather, Uppers and Grindery wholesale and retail. Orders attended to without delay in all parts of the district.
AUCKLAND BOOT DEPOT, DCKE-bTIIKET, CAMBRIDGE. T. L. COX, Manager.
T>UTTER!! BUTTER!!! WANTED — Fresh Salted, in f>oU kegs or less, best quality only ; 8d per lb. cash. R. FORSYTH & CO., Te Awamutu. 2ud January, 1886.
I" OST— A PURSE, containing mouey. .J Finder rewarded on returning same to Mrs J. Reid, Hamilton East.
FOUND— small Bunch of Keys on a brass ring. Owner can have same an application to this office.
rrEN SHILLINGS REWARD. STRAYKD from Ngaruawhia about a fortnight ago, a 3-year-old Bay HORSE ; no brand, small white star on forehead. The above reward will be given for any information leading to the recovery of the same. G. C. SOPPET, Ngaruawahia.
rjIEN SHILLINGS REWARD. LOST— On December 26th, 1885, from Mr Day's Farm, Whatauhata, a Light Grey COB, no brands, shod all round, aged. Ou returning to Mr Day, the above reward will bo given.
RUNNING on my farm, last five weeks ; a stray HORSE, black, medium draught, shod ; branded Hg near shoulder. Owner can have him by paying expenses and this advertisement. J. McGUIRK, Harapepe. January 13th, 18S6.
Tfl O R SALE. REAPER and MOWER by Wallace, Glasgow. Also, 1 Spring Trap, nearly new. Apply to C. LIMNER, Whatawhata. January 16th, 1886.
U7HATAWHATA TTOTEL FOR SALE. For particulars apply to ARTHUR DAWSON Whatawhata.
MUSH'! MUSIC!! • MISS WINNIE MURRAY (Holder or thk Intermediate Certifi- gate of Attainment), Is open to receive Music Pupils. For terms apply at the School-house, Hamiltou West.
(CAMBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY V^ (Incorporated.) The ANNUAL MEETING of the mem- bers of the above Library will be held in the Reading room on TUESDAY, 19th inst., at 8 o'clock p.m. JOHN DODS, Secretary.
S ANDREW'S, CAMBRIDGE.— • GRAND CONCERT in aid of Parsonage Repairs, Public Hall, To- morrow (Wednesday), January 20th, by members Orpheus Glee Club and other friends.
W. F. BELL, BAKER & CONFECTIONER, HAMILTON EAST. i^-BALL PARTIES AND PICNICS Supplied with Pastry and Confectionery at short notice. Wedding and Clmstening Cakes to order. W. F. BELL.
R. T. MILLAR, SEED MERCHANT, PATERANGI. Established Fifteen Years. HAS to ARRIVE PER S.S. DORIC, his FIRST SHIPMENT OF NEW CLOVERS. Paterangi, 13th January, 18S6.
FJENTISTRY. MB A. L. SMITH, Qualified Registered Dentist, Hobson-street (top end of Wellesley- street) opposite S. Matthew's Church), AUCKLAND, Supplies Aimnci l Tuktii much under the usual high charges. Good fit guaran- teed, without extracting old stumps. Aching teeth cured and stopped. Other Dentists' work repaired. Tram cars pass the door,