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POST OFFICE NOTICES.

- -Mail® leave the Ashburton Post Office,

as follows ; For Christchurch and North at 10,20 a.m. -4 p.m.,. and, 7.30 p.m., daily, For Chertsey at 10.20 a.m daily. F<t Rakaia at 10.20 a.m and 4 p.m daily. Fori Dunedin, Tinwald Winslow, Hinds, Coldstream, Raogiiata, Orari, Winchester, and Gera'dine, at 10.20 a.m, daily. ,For Temukal Timaru, and South at 10.20 ‘aAn and 3 p.m daily. . > For Greenstreet, Ashburton Forks, Mount Somers, and Ashburton Gorge on Tuesdays and Fridays at 10.30 a.m ... For;Ashton, Waterton, and Longbeach. at 1 .15 p.m. daily. For Wakanui and Seafield, on Mondays and Thursdays, 7.30 p.m. Sydney J. Dick, Chief Postmaster. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. TWe following letteis from places beyond the iboM^hy''weicj received at the Ashburton Post Office during the month of October, and remained unclaimed on the Ist Decern* her, 1879 ’:— - ■ Bennett, Frank Buntoh, W. ! , . Clucas, E. HiU, Walter (2) %><%! ■ Lockey. John Hampton < ; Mf Carthy, Jeremiah .. • ..... Murray, William Sheppherd, Elizabeth Slush, John Sornssen, T. Valpy, John. N. Williams, John Young, L. P. . On the first'day jf each month a list is exnibited at each Pt ;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 st 1 further period of two months are then for'StovVaided’ to - the Dead Letter Office, to be return- ■.‘ ed unopened to the countries where tney ongi- ' 'natpd. Unclaimed letters originating in the C 'Colony are not advertised, but at the od of ( r iV<rrrKmths are forwarded to the Dead Letter • Office, Wellington, there to be opened and returned to the writers. notice, A travelling Post Office having been established on the Southern line of railway, letters i -Jieanhg a late fee of 2d. may be posted at any * expre=s train, and they will be included m the mails made up in transit for offices on the mam line and branches. , NEW POSTAL REGULATION. Letters posted, within .the. colony having the ames ahd'addresseiof; the senders printed on the address side, ofthe envelopes, accompanied by a request that the letters be returned if not claimed within a stated period, will be returnd unopened-,Provided, however, such letters shall have remained in the post office to which they may lie addressed, at least ten days-

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POST OFFICE NOTICES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 36, 18 December 1879

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POST OFFICE NOTICES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 36, 18 December 1879

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