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HAMAFORD'S MATRIMONIAL AGENCY.

HANNAFORD'S MATRIMONIAL AGENCY , not confined solely to obtaining "Life. Partners* for gentlemen in town and country, but those who have suited themselves can have all the preliminaries taken off their hands by addressing themselves to Hannaford's Agency. They can then, be married any day or hour they like, without the least trouble on their part 9 everything being done for them.

■fc/TATRIMONIAL.— Young well-to do farmers (ages JjlL somewhere about 28) are particularly requested; to note this, that I have on my list* an educated, good* looking farmer's daughter, age 22, who would make a most valuable wife. She can cook, sew, milk, make butter, rear poultry, make bread and cheese, and just sings at her work.

■jl/TATEIMONIAL.— A childless widow, age 3?. She _LtjL is a thorough housekeeper. Would make a loving wife to any worthy man.

Tl/jTATRIMQNIAL.— An educated, highly respectable Xu. widow, age 46, whose children are all married and well off, is open to negotiate through' this office with a view to above.

MATRIMONIAL.— A worthy single young person age 26, is on lny lists. Hhe is admirably adapted, for a storekeeper's wife. She is not only good-looking but most industrious.

fart ATRIMONIAL.— "An educated widow, age 48 (all L»X her children married), is open to negotiate. She has some means, and would really make a most devoted wife, the is a thorough housekeeper.

MATRIMONIAL.— A widow, a<?e 36, no children,, She is educated, nice-looking, and as industrious as a bee. She is likewise an excellent pianoforte player, and capable in every way of shedding sunshine into any home.

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HAMAFORD'S MATRIMONIAL AGENCY. Observer, Volume 9, Issue 57, 18 January 1890

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