CONVEYANCES PUBUO NOTICE. COACH TO CHEVIOT. A COACH now RUNS betwssn Waipara and Cheviot EVERY MONDAY and FRIDAY, SATURDAY * (r ° m oheviot " n TUESDAYS and JOHN BOYOE, Proprietor. GOVERNOR'S BAY-LYTTELTON COAOH SEE. VICE. ON AND AITER MAY IST. Leave Ocean View Hotel at .. 8.10 a._t. •« „ „ .t „ .. 3.15 p.m. „ Railway Station at .. 9.30 a.m. ■• .. „ .. .30 p.m. MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY ONLY Weather and ether ciroutnstanoes permitting. W. H. TRAPS, Proprietw. _ COAOH TO CHEVIOT. A V o *® ll will HUN betwsen WAIPARA and ,f?-= _ .£.^ OT * Waipara EVERY BATUR DAY and WEDNESDAY, and returning from Ohevidt on Mondays and Thursday*. Accommodation tor Trav-Uim,- Public. Good Ta. and Best Brands of Liquors only kept. _«.! lo ™_-_* n(l T™? 3 aivfA y s on H, «"« at Wal para Station at the shortest notice A. FKANOIS, , Waipara Hotel LAKE COLERIDGE and GLENTUNNBt ROYAL MAIL COACH. A MAIL COAOH leaves Glentunnel for Lakft _£%. Coleridge, via Windwhinie House and Snovr•Jen, every FKI DAY MORNING on arrival of Train !rom Christchurch, returning in time far Bveatar Train SATURDAY. * Special attention given to passengers, and pares!* terwardcd for delivery by couch. A. _L BURKITT, ProprieUr. METHVEN AND ASHBURTON COACH, A COACH RUNS between METHVEN a_< ASHBURTON on TUESDAYS and SATUR DAYS, Leaves Methven S a.m., arrives Ashburto* 10.45 a.m. Leaves Ashburton 4.0 p.m., arrive! Methven 6. .5 p.m. Parcels and Orders left at Somerset Stable., Ashburton and Methven Livery Stables. NEIL DUFF, SO Proprietor. _ MOUNT SOMERS AND METHVEN ROYAL MAIL COACH. A OOACH RUNS each TUESDAY, THURSDAY, f\_ and SATURDAY, starting at- Noon from Rood's Uottl, Mount Somers, for Springburn and Mtord Forest, there connecting with Duffs OsACfc Irsm Metkvea, returning; same avsning. F-RKS— Springburn, 2s ; return, 3s. AJfprd Forest, 4s; return. _s. . COBB AND CO. AKAROA LINE~OF COACHES. MEETS the Train at Little River «■ Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday. Meets the steamer at Pigeon Bay '•» Tuesday Thursday and Friday. 8. BARKER, Proprietor, DuvauchehVe Bay, Information can bt obtained from COOK W_t SONS, Tourists' Agsuoy, Cathedral square. __ CULVERDEN AND KAIKOURA. THE only REGULAR COACHES oarrying Mails North of Waiau, meeting train MondaysLeaves Waiau EVERY TUESDAY, returnm* THURSDAY. Connect with Blenheim Coaoh leaviafl Kaikoura Thursday. FARES— O-lvaxden and Kaikoura—Single 255, R«turn4ol. HAWKSWOOD. Waggonette leaves Waiau for Mendip H a, Parnassus, Hawkswood, and Claverley every SATURDAY, returning MONDAY in time for South train at Culverden. Telegrams, Letters and Parcels receive p.onups despatch. w ~"* All information to be obtained at Thos. Cook M_ Sons, Tourists' Agency. W. R. ORBED, Proprietor, _ Waian. W. F. WARNER, ?*> Town Agent HOT SPRINGS, HANMER PLAINS. rVERRETT'S ROYAL MAIL COAOHEB ■•■ LEAVE CULVERDEN FOR HAMMER PLAINS TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. RETURN WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS and MONDAYS Until September 3pth, and Daily from October Ift t_f April .let, '■■■. Through Return Tickets are issued at Ohristchurch Railway Station daily. Tickets available for two calendar months from date of issue. First class 30*. Coach and Railway. ' CULVERDEN TO ROTHERHAM, , WAIAU AND KAIKOURA. Coach leaves Culverden for Rothsrham and Waiau Daily, returning from Waian Daily. Monday's Coaoh to Waiau connects with Ooaoh for Katkoura, leaving Tuesdays, staying Wednesday In Kaikoura, returning Thursday; Blenheim Coach leaves Kaikoura I_mraday. FABES- * Culverden to Kaikoura—Single 255, .stum SSL '■'■ Culverden to Blenheim—Single £3, return £6. Culverden to Hanmer Plains—Stogie 7s 04, tStWHS 14s. Culverden to Waiau—Single 6s, return Bs. HAWKSWOOD. Waggonette l»*veß Waiau for Mendip Hills, tat nasros, Hawkswood and Claverley every Saturday, returning Monday in time for South train at Culverden. Urgent telegrams and letters promptly delivered. Parcels attended to. Special Coaches, Double aad Single Buggies, Waggonettes, Saddle Horses OH Immediate Hire. Orders through post or win native prompt attention. N.B.—All information given, Cook and Sons, TewUt Agent*, Cathedral square, Ohrirtchuroh. THOMAS DERRETT, _. Proprietor. ~,*. PATENTS. a. h.labt, COLONIAL, BRITISH, AND FORK-ON PAW-fl OFFICE, Gloucester street, Onristotaureh. TRADE MARKS REGISTERED. Established 1885. Telephone, 710. K-lAM Oontalns th* Purest Fruit and Beat Bugtte An antiseptic, preservative, and aromatio dentifrice, which whitens the teeth, preventi and arrests decay, and sweetens the breatli. It contains no mineral acids, no gritty matter or injurious astringent., keeps the mouth, gums and teeth free from the onhealthy action of germs in organic matter between the teeth. Is the most wholesome tooth powder for ladies and children, and being most beautifully perfumed it is a perfect toilet luxury for ladies who value the appearance of their own and their children' '§ teeth. 2s 9d per box. ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL Has been known for 100 years astheoespreserver and beautifier for the hair; it prevent, it falling off or turning grey, strengthens weak hair, and eradicates scurf aod dandruff; it is unsurpassed aa a brilliantinfi for the beard and moustache). to which it impartß a soft and silky appearance. It is also sold in a golden colour for fair-haired children. It is most exquisitely perfumed. ROWLAND'S EALYDOR A soothing and emollient milk for the face, and is most cooling to the skin in hot climates; it removes freckles, tan, sonburn, roughness and redness of the skin, Simples, cutaneou- eruptions, kc., and prouces soft fair skin, and a lovely delioate complexion; it is warranted free from any mineral poieons, and is absolutely harmless Bottles _8 3d and 4s 6d; sold by druggist and stores. ~ IMPORTANT CAUTION—Be rare to «ek for Rowlands' Macassar Oil, Kalydoe and Odonto, of 20, Hatton Garden, London, and see that each article bears their signature in red ink; all others are worthless and. poisonous imitations j 100, years prove tb_V Bowk-d's are the tart aad oa\g g«u__»
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