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Waikato Times, Rōrahi XXVI, Putanga 2129, 2 Poutūterangi 1886, Page 4
OPENING OF THE RAILWAY! TO OXFORD.
M R W. KINCAID legs to announce to his numerous friends and customers that his Branch Store at Oxford IS NOW UNDER the MANAGEMENT OF MR BENJAMIN CADWALLADER. A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF ! Drapery ! Clothing ! Boots & Shoes I &c, &c, at Lowest Remunerative Prices for Cash ! W. Kincaicl, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, tarCAMBRIDQE AND OXFORD
IyORTH NEW ZEALAND FAR- MERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIA- TION (Limited). HAVE ON SALE AT TIILIU VARIOUS BRANCHES- L AWES' SUPERPHOSPHATE, 26 per cent. LAWES' bUPERPHOSPHATE, 36 per cent. LAWES' DISSOLVED BONES ! r^ORAL QUEEN GUAAO-xMixture BONEDUST & BONEFLOUR! i T^EW CLOVERS! rpURNIP ! /CARROT ! Tl/TANGOLD ! /IARDKN OKKDS ! V7AKDEN Deeds i All the principal Vai'ieties of first- class quality. Ryegrass Cocksfoot Oats (feed ami seed) Flour Sharps Bran Wheat Potatoes Bacon Cheese Foundation Comb Fencing Wire, 6, 7, 8 Staples Rollers and Pins Ploughshares Barbed Wire AGENTS FOR REID 8c GRAY, And WALLACE 8c HOTHAM. CHARM'"!) UESKKTH. ALEX. AITKEN. CEOFFRKY MACLEAN. HESKETH, AITKEN, MACLEAN AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, Land, Estate, & General Commission Agents, DURHAM-STREET, AUCKLAND. REGULAR SALES every TUESDAY, at noon, of HIDES, SKINS. WOOL, TALLOW, Sec. ; and every FRIDAY, at noon of GRAIN, SEEDS, FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE, FRUIT, FURNI- TURE, IMPLEMENTS, TOOLS, &o. STOCK, STUD or STATION, of every i description bought on commission. Private Sales, Arc, undertaken. Exchange Sale Rooms, Jan. Ist, 18S6.
CAMBRIDGE REFRESHMENT ROOM, Victoria Bakery, Cambridge. CHARLES pOYCE Begs to intimate to the settlers of the Waikato that he has fitted up a Refresh- ment Room, where Tea aHd Coffee can be obtained at all hours. N.B.— Ladies from the country attend- ing market sales will find this a great convenience.