THE PARCEL POST. WITHIN NEW ZEALAND. The following are rates of postage ant weight for parcel post : — s. d Not exceeding lib m weight . . . . o ; Exceeding lib, but not exceeding 2lbs o n Exceeding 2lbs, but not exceeding 3lbs I l Exceeding 3lbs, but not exceeding 4lbs I t Exceeding 4lbs, but not exceeding slbs I ; Exceeding slbs, but not exceeding 61bs i i< Exceeding 61bs, but not exceeding 7lbs 2 i Exceeding 7lbs, but not exceeding 81bs 2 t Exceeding 81bs, but not exceeding gibs 2 j Exceeding gibs, but not exceeding lolbs 2 v Exceeding iolbs, bui not exceeding l libs 3 ] No parcel exceeding nibs m weight or th< dimensions hereafter specified, will be ac ceptcd , and unpaid or insufficiently prepaic parcels will be reiused. SIZE.— The dimensions allowed fora parce are: — ft. m. Greaest length .. •• •• *■ 3 t Greatest length and girth combined • • O c PARCEL POST BETWEEN NEW ZEA LAND AND THE UNITED KINGDOM The following are the regulations under which I parcels will be accepted and transmitted to the j United Kingdom : — 1 Parcels will only be forwarded by the I steamers oi the New Zealand Shipping Company, Limited, and the Shaw-Saville-Aibion Company Limited. A parcel for transmission must not exceed I lib m weight, 3ft 6in m length, or 6ft m length and girth combined. Parcels of the maximum size and weigh, will only be received at, and delivered from New Zealand Post Offices at places accessible by railway, steamer, or mail-coach. From places m New Zealand not served by railway, steamer, or mail-coach (list at page 57 of Postal Guibe) only paroels not exceeding 2lb, m weight, and not measuring more than aft m length or Ift m breadth or depth can be ccepted. Parcels should be securely and substantially packed and closed by the sender. If wax is used, it should be of the special quality which resists the heat of a hot climate. Auctions SATOBDa*, 13ph JUIY. Town Property, Well Situated, Near the Bailway Station, Vfß T. BULLOCK has received IVJ instructions from Mb Wm. Oookbon to sell by Publio Auction at the Aroideon bATO RDAY, July 13, his Town Property, being,— T.S. 988, Wi'ls Street, on whloh is eteoted 2 Cottages. This property is Oentrol'y Situated, beiog only a few ohoins from the Railway Station, and m a very healthy looJity. Easy teime of payment. B*le at 12 30 o'clock, T. BULLOCK, 7*23 Auctioneer. RURAL LAND, BHJCPHBRD'3 Buii SORT.T DISTRICT. MR T. BULLOCK bus received Instructions from Mb A. -Applebv to cell by public »uHlou at the Arcade on Saturday July 18tb, 229 ACRES 229 being B.a 3 iI6I trail »itu*ied n^r Mr Corbeu'd property. It is fjnood, well watered, and will be sold at a low price. Intpeotion Invited, Sale at 12.30. T. BULLOOK, 7f24 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JULY 13th * SUBURBAN PROPBBTIES. MB T. BULLOOK has reoeived instructions from Mrs Boiler to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on ! the above date LOT 41 ooutattlig about 1 acre 38 porches wall situated on the Alford Forest Hoad being opposite Mr b em's store, cant' al site tr a home. Also,— LOT 2 aud 3 p»rt of R P. 5800 O3nt»li I g 1 aore fronting tht Town B»jit, Nortb, on which is ereoted a 4 roomed house, It Is fenced and cultivated. LOTb 4, 6, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13 ptrt of R.S. 4833, deposited plan 513 each containing about i aore. Termo liberal, doolared at Sale. luspeotlon Invited. Sa'e at 12 30 o'clock. T. BULLOOK, 7J25 Aao'loneer. BArUKDAY, JULY 20m. Valuable Suburban Property for sale at Hampetead koown as Savage's Blook. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on bAIUBDAY, 20th JULY, At 12 noon. •i O About ACRES -| ft Part of R.S. 7767, divided into allotments and known as Savage's Block. The Land is of first-claBS quality and well situated, and should prove a remunerative i; vestment. Tfcia property must be sold . T BULLOOK, 7§26 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JULY ISth. Building Bites fronting the Alford Fores! Boad, opposite the Faotory. MR T. BULLOOK haR reoeived ' inductions from Mb Jambs Portki to sell by Public Auotion at the Arcade on the above date,— Lots 5 and 6, opposite the Woollen Faotory, each containing £-aore, part of RS. 8767, deposited plat 206. Liberal terms of payment. Bale st 12 30 o'olook. "~T. BULLOOK, 7f28 Auctioneer. BY ORDER OF THUS MORTGAGEE MR T. BULLOOK has reoelvec instructions to sell by Poblli Auction at the Arc*de, on SATURDAY, JULY 13th, On account and by order of the Mortgagee R. 8.33020,. 33020, containing 100 AOBBS 100 Westtrfield Survey DUtrfot. Sale at 12.30 o'olook. T. BULLOOK, 7t27 Auctioneer. TOMORROW AT MAST STREET HORSE BAZA.AB At lo'clook . -f f\ DRAUGHT MAREB AND -f C _LU UELDINUS. \\ TTTILJ,IAMB & BLAND have receive VV Imtruceiona to sell by Publl Auotion at the above time and place.— -J f\ Firflt-OlaBS Draugh,!; Mares •* f t J- V aad Geldings from 4to 7 XV. years old just out of work, } WILLIS * BLAND, 1 9 Aq^iqneoVtjj
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