pEORGE E. PL ARK, Duke-street, Cambridge, . Thanking his friends and the public for the liberal support afforded to him during the past two years, takes this opportunity of iufprming them that he has arranged a partnership with Mr Joseph Gane, and that the business in future will be continued under the style or firm of Clark & Gane, who in order to facilitate and extend their operations, have opened, premises in Auckland, and will be prepared to exeoute all business entrusted to them with the utmost oare and dispatch.
CLARE & GANE, Fort-street, Near Railway Station. Auckland,
And Duke-street, Cambridge, HAVE FOR SALE, EX 'FERNGLEN, 1 Suttons Champion Sweed Skirving Purple Top Sweed Purple Top (Yellow Aberdeen) Sweed Yellow Tankard Turnip Devonshire Grey Stone Turnip White ( lover Seed Alsyke Clover Seed Cowgrass Seed Timothy Seed. TO ARRIVE, Pub 'LOCH FLEET,' New Turnip Seeds, guaranteed 1880 English Growth, quality most reliable. Purple Top Aberdeen Green Top Aberdeen Yellow Aberdeen Devonshire Grey Stone. TO ARRIVE ABOUT FIRST WEEK
IN DECEMBER, Per 'OCEOLA,' Full Cargo Victorian BonemiU Company's Bonedust, which will be sold from Vessels side at lowest possible rate. FENCING WIRE, (EX( EX ' GLENLORA.' No. 6, 7, 8, Best Annealed Aoorn Brand. No. 8, Steel Wire Aoorn Brand. Auckland, Sydney, and Californian Bonedust. Maize, Oats, Bran & Chaff at Lowest Rates.
NOW, TO HAND and on SA.LE ex WANGANUI by the undersigned, Purple Top Swede ...2s odper lb. Green Top Aberdeen is 6d „ „ Globe ...Is6d „ Purple Top Aberdeen is 6d Swedes grown from my seed received First Prize at the Te Awamutu Root Show last season. Also, on Sale, Prime BONEDUST, J.I. Brand, at £8 per ton on trucks in Auckland.
R. T. MILLAR,
CAMBRIDGE FARMERS' CLUB.
rpHE Monthly Meeting will be held at X 7 p.m., Monday, 13th inst. Managing Committee at 6.30. WALTER SCOTT. Secretary.
RANKTON ANNUAL SPORTS.
New Year's Day.
Jones : Holloa ! Where are you going on New Year's Day ? Bhown : To James's Sports at Frankton. Jojtes: Oh! And what has James been up to now ? Brown : He is going to give the public a treat, such as never before was given to the people of Waikato. Jones: And what does the Programme consist of ? Beown: Every amusement; Races of every description, Flat and Hurdle Athletic Competition, Threelegged and Wheelbarrow Races, Pig with greasy tail, &c, &c. Jones : Oh, indeed ! Well, I'll tell the boys. We will all be there.
mHATAWHATA RACES. New Year's Day, 1881.
Members of Committee : Messrs E. M. Dickey, E. Hall, A. K. Barton, J. Ferguson, and J, Paddy. Stewards: Mr A. McCarthy and Mr G. Day. Starter : Mr Hope. Judge : Mr P. Corboy. Clerk of Course : Mr A. Ferguson. Handicapper : Mr Kennedy Hill. Clerk of Scales : Mr A. Crawford. Secretary : Mr D. F. Scott. Treasurer : Mr W. H. Bailey.
PROGRAMME. 1. Handicap Hurdle Race of 12 soys. Twice round course ; over 8 flights of hurdles, 3ft. 6in. high. 2. Maiden Plate. For three-year-olds and upwards that have never won public money. Weight for age. For 5 soys. 3. Whatawhata Handicap. Distance, twice round course. For 12 soys.
4. Pony Race. Distance, 1 mile; weight for inches. For 5 aovs. 0. Hack Race* For horses that have been the bona Jide property of settlers for three months before the races, within a radius of five miles, and horses that hare never run in a race. Welter weights, 11 stone top weight. For 5 aovs. 6. Maori Race. 7. Consolation Handicap- Distance, 1 mile. First race to start at 12.30. Three horses to start or no race. Nominations for Hurdle and Handicap to be in by Monday, 20th inst. Weights to be decided next issue after nomination. General entry and acceptances to be in by Monday, 27th inst. Nomination, 7s 6d ; acceptance, sb. P S. — All protests to be accompanied with a deposit of £1, which will be forfeited to the race fund should the stewards consider the protests f rivolos or vexatious. The rules of the Auckland Club will b« adherod to.
W. H. BAILEY, Acting Secretary.
FOR SALE, well-bred Cattle dog Pupb. Apply office of this paper.
FOR SALE, 600 7ft. Matai posts; 1,000 Heart of Rimu Wire Posts, Apply to C.J.W. BARTON, Te Koao, Ngaruawahia.
FOR SALE, 7 Acres, Block O, part Sections 1 and 2, Claudelands, best sheltered section ; good rough feed ; part fenced. ' Terms easy. Apply to Robert Harris, Hamilton East ; or, K. Hill, Auotioaeer, Hamilton West.
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