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UNCLAIMED LETTERS.

. The following letteis from places beyond the colony were received at the Ashburtcn Post Office during the month of August, and temamed unclaimed on Ist October, i°79 : Allinham, J. Charles, Richard - : Critchley, W. S. • ; Deacon, William Devane, Patrick Fraher, John Criffin, Morgan Maclean (or Maclear) John Kennedy, William Kissane, Michael Larkin, Andrew Morrison, James Moriarty. Michael Quinlan. Mary Ryan, Thomas B. Sharp, Sames Valpy, John N. Vincent, J. Walker, Archibald Woodman, W. D. Young, Lewis P. McAllister, Mrs Black, John Xwiss, Michael W. St, G. Douglas, Postmaster.

frr—On the first da; jf each month a list is exhibited at each Pc .t Office in the Colony of the . addresses of all letters received from places beyond the Colony that have remaind unclaimed for one month at such Post Office; and such of these letters as remain unclaimed at the end of a further period of two months are then forwarded -latte’. Dead Letter Office, to be return- , od,unopened,l®' the countries where theyorigi,xilAted. - Unclaimed letters originating in the Colony are not advertised, but at the end of two months are forwarded to the Dead Letter | Office, Wellington, there to be opened and re-,-f turned to the writers.

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 11, 21 October 1879

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 11, 21 October 1879

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