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WANTED— TENDERS for BLACKSMITH WOHK. Specifications to be seen at Office of undersigned any da? at 9.30 a m. until Saturday nest. —R. C. Jordan^ WANTED— A. few G-ood Pickand-Shovel MEN.—R. 0. Jobdak. F R S E. BACON and OHAEF. Apply U> Mr A. Cook, Baker, Tauranga. jjiSittxCT races. A MEETING of Gentlemen interested in the next meeting of the above races will be held on WEDS ESD 4 Y Evening next, the 30th instant, at Mr Bennet’s Tauranga Hotel. L, Samuels, Treasurer, S.S. SOUTHERN CROSS. 4 LL persons indebted to the above for freight xX or passage are required to pay their accounts before Noon This Day, otherwise proceedings will be taken to recover the same without further notice. NOTICE. A MEETING for the purpose of forming a Cricket Club will be held at 7 p. m. on the 29th instant, at the Tauranga Hotel. All Cricketers are respectfully invited to attend. H. LUFKIN SKEET. ARRIVED PER SOUTHERN CROSS. OEYERAL TONS OF POTATOES will be O sold by public auction, by Mr Bodell, on Saturday next, at Noon, in lots to suit purchasers, at the store next to Mr Connor, saddler. STALLION. JJEAVY Draught Horse NELSON Will stand the Season at Opotiki. 1 erms, £2 2b ; Groomage, ss. Should sufficient inducement be offered, the horse will be taken to Matata. For particulars apply at the office of this paper.

B. T. TRAFFORD, StTEQEOK Dentist, Wakefield- street, Auckland, NO MORE BARE LEGS. ASHER has the pleasure t j offer to the community at large, the new FIGURE DEVELOPING- TROUSERS, just imported direct from home per Bulwark. TO TOURISTS AND OTHERS. r FRAYELLERS will find a new and well--1 assorted STOCK of SADDLERY at D. CONNOR’S, Next Tatjbanga Hotel, From which they may select all requisites. TO THE PUBLIC. THE BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. IVE much regret to hear that the Billiard, Tournament has not been satisfactory to all parties. I hope my friends and patrons will believe me when I say that, if I have erred, it has been ignorantly and not intentionally. At the present time matters stand briefly thus. Two well known gentlemen amateurs are the highest scores- —one 104, the other 92 ; but unfortunately the highest scorer played at any ball or balls in baulk, while the other had not that advantage, and played in the usual manner—up the table. I beg, therefore, respectfully to propose that these two gentlemen have, without charge, a certain number, say twenty breaks each, to be played at a properly appointed time, playing under the same rules and conditions ; and the highest scorer to be then declared the winner. I trust this proposal will be satisfactory to all parties. If not, I shall be happy to hear any other suggestions for settling matters. All I want is fair play and no favour. Yours respectfully, W. H. LONG. ACCLIMATISATION. EXTRACT of Letter received by Captain Norris from Mr T. Kirk, Secretary Auckland Acclimatisation Society : Sir, As you informed me during my stay at Tauranga of your wish to procure trout to liberate m your streams, I write to say there will be a few dozens for sale at the rate of one guinea per dozen put on board steamer, but not including the cost of tins, &c. Early application will be necessary.” A MEE IING of Gentlemen interested in the above will be held at BENNET’S TAURANGA HOTEL on MONDAY Evening next, at 8 o’clock. RE EXPIRATION OF LEASE. SAMUELS AND JACOBSOHN, MR. BOOTH is authorised to receive any Accounts duo to us. All accounts not paid forthwith will be placed in a Solicitor’s hands.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Bay of Plenty Times, Volume I, Issue 15, 23 October 1872

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Bay of Plenty Times, Volume I, Issue 15, 23 October 1872

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