Page 2 Advertisements Column 4
Manawatu Herald , 27 February 1896, Page 2
Royal $$^&k Mail COACH TO LEVIN. J. R.-STANBBL.L, !.. Proprietor. rpHE ONLY SERVICE that has 1 kept up continuous intercourse with the outer world. Distance from Foxton to Levin Station about 11 miles, the road going through the prettiest scenery in tho district. During the nearly four years' servico over tho Wirokino Ferry, the mail has been delivered every day, in spite oi ! floods. As showing THE ADVATAQE OF THIS ROUTE, even during the week of the late heavy flood, the mails and 2? passengers were conveyed by boat and vehicles. Tho route by boat was both safe and an enjoyable change to thepasseDgers in fact like a picnic, and all who travelled expressed themselves well pleased with the arrangements made. On the breakdown of the railway service on Easter Monday, occa- sioued by the heavy flood, this Levin route was ill 3 only way open to pas- sengers from Palnier3ton to Foxton. Five Foxton resideuts were driven ( in the Coach from Levin on Tuesday morning, lGth April, after having previously endeavoured to get ovet from Shannon. On Monday, the 15th April, tha usual Coach was run through the flood to Levin as well as a vehicle in the afternoon to Kereru, with the Manager of the New Zealand Es^ tates Compnny and the Secretary of the Wellington Freezing Company as passengers, who failed to succeed in crossing at the Shannon Ferry in the morning. Single Fares, 4a ; Return (avail- able 1 month), 6s. The Coach leaves Whyte's Hotel, Foxton, every week day at 5.30 a.m., for Levin, catching ihe train to Wellington at 8.0 a.m. The Coach leaves Levin Hotel at 10.15 a.m. on the arrival of the train from Wellington, reaching Foxton at 12.15 y.m. Passengers by this route will reach Wellington by mid-day, and at a cost, of only 17s return. NO TOUTS OR AGENTS RE* QUIRED. g. f. hawkins; BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, AND NOTARY, MAIN-STREET, POXTON, & THE SQUARE, PALMERSTON NORTH. Money to Lend on Freehold, Lease- hold and Chattel Securities. PVERY Wednesday and Thura- |> day Mr Hawkins may be con* suited personally at Foxton, at MR ALF. FRASER'S, Main-street, Foxton. [a card.] THOS. bTcRUMP, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, Palmerston North. Visits Foxton and Ofcaki Court. The Editorof the Manawatu Herald, Foxton. Dear Sir,— l notice in your valus able columns that a gentleman, by name, E. S. Thynne (not unknown in Foxton), is advertising SHEEP DIP for sale. Now, sir, will you kindly inform your readers that I can sell them SHEEP DIP, or ANYTHING ELSE, as cheaply as anybody. You might aiao tell them that I am AGENT FOR- The Anchor B.S. Co.'s steamers X**' nedy, Charles Edward, Wav er " ley, Aorere, &c, N.Z. Times a»d Mail, Evening Post, Sporting .Review, Auckland Weekly News, Chriatchurch Press and Rejeret, and Standard Insurance Coy., and nobody CAN BEAT THE RATES. Yours truly, W. B. RHODES.