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Mails close at the Chief Post Office. Dunedin (subject to any necessary alterations), as underJjßrtS?- ***“• FEDERAL MAIL SERVICE. Monday, September 111. For Southland, Australian Colonies (via Hobart) India, China, Japan, Straits Settlements, South Africa. Mediterranean Ports, Continent of Europe United Kingdom, ete.—Per Waikare, at 3 p.m Money orders, registered letters, books, and newspapers, at 3.15 p.m. Late letters, C.P.0., at 3.10 p.m Parcels post mails for the Australian Colonies will close at 3 p.m. on the 11th. A supplementary mail will be made up at 3.30 P i n '-T> ( , ov ,c!' laudl counect with the Waikare at tne iiluif). For Northern Ports New South Wales, and Queensland. Per Wakatipu, at R p.m. Late letters. C.P.0., 3.10 p.m. VANCOUVER SERVICE. Thursday, September 10. The Miowera will leave Wellington for Vancouver on Saturday, 18th September. Mails for Canada, United States of America. Honolulu. Fiji, West Indies, United Kingdom, Continent of Europe, etc., will close at this office on Thursday Ibth, at 10 a.m. Late letters, North express, at 11 a.m ciKddre^effi 6 United Kin B dol » must be n>eSouth Africa leave Melbourne on the lutn, per Woollomooloo. Mails for Puysegur, Cromarty, and Tuanaroa. P?J, Inv ; e^ car Sdl, will close at Invercargill on the lutn, at 2 p.m. Mails for Tonga, Samoa, and Fiji, per Ovalau, will close at Auckland on the 22nd. at 4 p m Mails for Rarotonga and Tahiti will dose at Auckland, per Upolu, at 4 p.m. on 29th inst. m,t (Slgnudl EDJi Cook, Chief Postmaster. Chief Post Office, September 10,1897.

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POST OFFICE NOTICES., Evening Star, Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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POST OFFICE NOTICES. Evening Star, Issue 10416, 10 September 1897