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THE PARCEL POST.

WITHIN NEW ZEALAND. The following are rates of postage and weight for parcslpost ; — s. d. Not exceeding lib m weight . . .. o I Exceeding lib, but not exceeding 2lt>B o ie Exceeding _lbs, but not exceeding Jibs I 7 Exceeding 3lbs, but not exceeding 4lbs 1 1 Exceeding 4lbs, but not exceeding slbs 1 1 Exceeding slbs, but not exceeding olbs I 10 Exceeding olbs, but not exceeding 7lbs 2 7 Exceeding fibs, but not exceeding 81bs 2 o Exceeding olbs, but not exceeding olbs 2 o Exceeding olbs, but not exceeding iolbs 2 17 Exceeding iolbs, but not exceeding 1 libs 3 4 No parcel exceeding nibs m weight or the dimensions hereafter specified, will be ac« eepted , and unpaid or insufficiently prepared parcels will be refused. SIZE. — The dimensions allowed for a pare are :— ft; 1 Grea est length . . .. 3 Greatest length and girth combined . • 6 _ ___,

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THE PARCEL POST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2155, 22 June 1889

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