Tenders. mENDERS FOR INLAND MAIL SERVICES FOR 1881 AND 1882. -1 General Post Office, Wellington, August 17,1880. Sealed Tenders will be received at-/the several Chief Post Offices in the Colony, until THURSDAY, the 30ih September, 1880, for the Conveyance of Mails between the under-mentioned places, for a period of two years, from the Ist January, 1881, to 31st Deoember, 1882. POSTAL DISTRICT OF AUCKLAND. 1 Mount Eden Railway Station and Post daily 2 Kingsland Railway Station and Post Office, Offloe, daily }3 Mount Albert Railway Station and Post Office, daily U Whau Railway Station and Post Offlco.da'ly }5 Hendersons Mill Railway Station and Post Office, twice weekly 6 Whau, Titirangl, and Muddy Creek, fortnightly 7 Whau, Titirangi.and Muddy Creek, weekly 8 Railway Station,Bilerslio.andHowiok,daily 9 Panurare and St. John's College; dally 10 Otahuuu Railway Station and Poac Office, daily XI OtaUnbu anorMangare, twice weekly 12 Otahuhn and Mangaro, tbrice weekly }13 Papakura Railway Station and Post Office, daily 14 Papakura and Wairoa, thrice weekly 15 Papakura and Uunua, weekly 16 Papakura and Ilunun, thrice weekly 17 Diury and Bombay, thrice weekly 18 Pukekohe and Pukekohe Hast, weekly 10 Pukekohe and Pukekohe East, twice weekly }20 Pukekohe and Waiuku, twice weekly }21 Pukekoho and Waiuku, thrice weekly 22 Waiuku and Port w aikato, weekly 23 Waiuku and Port Waikato, twice weekly 21 Walnku and Pollock Settlement, weekly 25 Waiuku and Pollook Settlement, twice weekly 2C Pokeno and Razorbaok, twice weekly '2i Pokeno and Razorback, thrice weekly 28 Pokeno and Bombay, twice weekly. 29 Pokeno and Bombay, thrice weekly 30 Pokeno and Maungatawhlri, twice weekly 31 Pokeno and Maungatawhirl.thrice weekly 32 Rangiriri and Churchill, weekly 33 Rangiriri and Churchill, twice weekly 31 Taupiri Railway Station and Post Office, thrice weekly 35 Ngartidwabia and Whatawhata, thrice weekly 3G Hamilton and Whatawhata, thrice weekly 37 Whatawhata and Raglan, thrice weekly 38 Raglan and Aotea, weekly 39 Hamilton and Ngahinepouri, weekly 40 Hamilton and Morrinßville, twice weekly til Hamilton Junction Railway Station and Cambridge, daily 42 Ohaupo and Pukcrimu, twice weekly 43 Oliaupo and Pukcrimu, thrice weekly 41 Cambridge and Pukerlmu, twice weekly 45 Cambridge and Pukerimu, thrice weekly 46 Cambridge and Ohinemutu, twice weekly 47 Cambridge and Ohinemutu, thrios weekly 18 Ngaroto Railway Station and Faterangi, twice weekly 49 Ngaroto Railway Station and Paterangi, thrice weekly 50 Te Awamutu Railway Station and Kihikihi, thrice weekly 51 Te Awamutu Railway Station and Klhikihi, daily 52 Te Awamutu Railway Station and Alexandra, daily 53 Alexandra and Haraplpl, weekly 51 Alexandra and Rarapipl, twioa weekly 55 Auckland and Devonpo t, twice daily 158 Auckland and Waitemata Mills, daily 57 Helensville and Kaulcapakapa, twice weekly 63 Helensville and Kaukapakapa, thrice weekly 69 Kaukapakapa and Komokorlkl, woekly 6U Devonport, Lucas' Crock, Dairy Flat, Wade, Orewa, and Watwera, thrice weekly 61 Wade and Parakakau, weekly 62 Wade and Parakakau, twice weekly 63 Waiwera and Puhoi, weekly 61 Waiwera and Pulioi, twice weekly 65 Waiwera and Upper Waiwera, weekly 66 Wade and Upper Waiwera, weekly 67 Te Kapa and Lower Matakaca, weekly 68 Warkworth and Pakirikirl, weekly 01) Warkworth and Komokoiiki, weekly 70 Warkworth and Tauhoa, weekly 71 Warkworth and Weilsford, weekly .72 Wellsford and Port Albert, weekly 73 Port Albert and Warehine, weekly 74 Tuahoa and warehine, weekly 75 Wetlsford and Te Aral, weekly 76 'Wellsford and Waipu, weekly 77 Kalwaka and Manga wai, weekly 78 Paht, Paparoa and Matakohe, weekly 79 Waipu and Periwaka, weekly 80 Waipu and Wangarei, weekly 81 Waipu and Wangarei Heads, weekly 82 Wangarei and Maungakaramea, weekly 83 Kamo and Kaurihohore, weekly JBl Wangarei and Kamo, thrice weekly 85 Kamo and Ruatangatu, weekly 86 Wangarei and Maugapai, weekly 87 Wangarei and Ngunguru, weekly 88 Wangarei Heads ana Parua, weekly 89 Russell and Wangururu, fortnightly 90 Huasuli, Pahla, and Kawakawa, daily 91 Kawakawa and Ohaeawai, weekly 02 Pailiia and Ohaeawai, weekly 93 Ohaeawai, Waimate, Okaihau, and Kohukohu, weekly 91 Ohaeawai and Herd's Point, Hoklanga, weekly 95 Hokionga and Omapere, weekly Se Omapero and Dargaville, weekly 97 Whaugaroa and Kato, weekly 08 Monganui and Ahipara, weekly 99 Ahipara and Parengarenga, fortnightly 100 Mongonui -and Kaitaia, weekly 101 Mongonoi, and Oruru, and Victoria, weekly 102 Auckland and Waiheke, weekly 103 Kapanga and Tokatea, thrice weekly 101 Kapanga and W hangapoua, weekly 105 Kapanga and Manaia, weekly 106 Tauranga and Ohinemutu, twice weekly 107 Tauranga and Ohinemutu, thrice weekly 108 uhinemutu and 'J'aupo, by horse, weekly 109 Taupo and .Napier, by horse, weekly 110 Tauranga and Opotitei, -weekly 111 Chief Post Office and Wharf, as required 112 Chief Post OHlce and Railway Station, as required 113 Landing and Shipping Mails at Auckland, as required 114 Landing and Shipping Mails at Onehunga, as required. 115 Landing and Shipping Mails at Awitu, as required. 116 Land and Shipping Mails at Te Kapa, aa required, 117 Landing and Shipping Mails at Matakana, as requited. 118 Landing and Shipping Mails at Warkworth, as required 119 Landing and Shipping Mails at Mangapai, as required 120 Landing and Shipping Mails at Russell, as required 121 Landing and Shipping Mails at Mongonui, as required 122 Landing and Shipping Mails at Wangaroa, as required 123 Landing and Shipping Malls at Wangarei Heads, as required 124 Landing and Shipping Mails at Wangarei, as required 125 Landing and Shipping Malls at Tauranga,' as required The services marked thus t may be affected by railway extension, and may bo terminated by the Postmaoter-General on his giving one month's notice in writing. The attention of Intending tenderers Is directed to the following clause of the terms and conditions of contract printed at the back of the tender forms:—"The days and hours of arrival and departure to be fixed from time to time as the Postmaster General may direct. Forservices performed by coach, no stage shall exceed twelve miles except by special permission from the Postmaster-Qeneral, who shall determine whether or not longer stages are unavoidable." Contractors, whose tenders may be accepted, must be prepared to carry out the services for wbich they tender according to the time-tables framed by the department Forms of tender, with the terms and conditions of contract, may be procured at any Post Office. No tender will be considered unless made on the printed form. Tenders, endorsed " Tenders for Mail Servloe, No. ." to be addressed to the PostmasterGeneral, Wellington, and enclosed to the Chief Postmaster of the Postal District to which the tender may specially refer. (Signed) W.GRAY, Secretary. WatcnrnaKers and Jewellers. |"ILEARING-OUT SALE FOR ONE \J ,WBBK. P I A N o S, HARMONIUMS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, and JEWELLER! tsrNo Reasonable Offer llkfused.jei 25 per cent. Discount for Cash Buyers, \ O» HOWD EN, SHORT LAN D-BTRKKT. « FTIHE SONG OF THE LABOUBEK," —Estelle'b Popular Song, can be obtained at the Auckland Music Wabbhopbe, corner of Queen-street and Vulcan Lane. /CHESTS OF DRAWERS in Kewa Kewa \y (honeysuokle) or Mottled Kauri are nowselling at the following prioes for cash .--Handsome Chest of Eight Drawers, «6; Five Drawer Chests, *J4 :Three Drawer Chests, £2 58. Suites re-upholstered by a first-class upholsterer at reasonable prices. A New Designed Walnut Suite ready to upholster to order.— W. NORRIB, ' Cabinetmaker too of ShorUand-street. "WHERE IS HEAVEN? SECOND EDITION NOW PUBLISHED, —Copies may behad at the Auckland Music WA3EH9UOBi
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