H. D. JOLLY
Begs respectfully to intimate to the inhabitants of Mintaro and neighborhood, and the public generally, that having PURCHASED the STOCK-IN-TRADE of Mr. William Butler, Storekeeper, Mintaro, he will OPEN on the 22nd FEBRUARY NEXT with a well-assorted stock of DRAPERY, GROCERY, &c., and hopes by civility and strict attention to business, combined with reasonable prices, to merit a fair share of the public support.
January 14, 1878.
To those gentlemen who have been seeking advice, I suppose residents of Mintaro, with respect to taking action against the Treasurer of the Mintaro Christy Minstrels for not paying the net proceeds of an entertainment given by the Christies in aid of the Mintaro Institute.—I beg to inform those whom it may concern that all moneys in connection with that entertainment were handed over to the proper person to receive the same on the 11th of October. I should not have troubled about this, but it is not a week since that it was publicly talked about, so that I am in duty bound to clear myself and the Committee from any further scandal.
Mintaro, January 12.
WANTED, 100 TONS of FIREWOOD, delivered at the MINTARO MILL, MINTARO. Must be sound and not exceeding six feet in length. Early application necessary.
W. H. SATTERLY.
December 8, 1877.