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COMMERCIAL., Issue 10478, 23 November 1897
a™? amount ? f avenue collected at the Customwm £1,5950° r 7d*. Cleared f ° r consum P tion to-da» MINING NOTES. The return from the Golden Gate dredge for the 19dw d t a gold dredglnS eDded Novemb er 2b is 7oz “»=■ <=“ IS W ‘ Cook. on behalf of the Deep Stream ro“kwork and litoK C ° ln f I l any ’ reports that the i an “ ditching on the company’s No. 1 race has been completed during the month just Ealf’thcWe E the Wh0l? of t* l ? trestlingand aixmt S.iAfT e , n ,°' ,v 111 Position. Given aeonbe av?n!wl f^ V ?P bleco ? dl . tl . ons - and water should S.? ava }“ * at the penstock in about three weeks, aiur? - * bas t* 66 ? largely delivered, and the “V.WO® now ready, and will reach the claim -Within a fortnight. All the kauri has been placed on the race, and the last truck of Southland timber is due at Outram on Wednesday, instructions have been given to the works and
mine managers to spare no exertion to commence sluicing operations by the middle of the coming month, and a competent staff of experienced miners is being engaged. Next report should record a start. - POST OFFICE NOTICES. Mails close at the Chief Post Office, Dunedin (subject to any necessary alterations), as under;— Overland, North, daily, 10.30 a.m. Lato letters, mail van, 11 a.ra. Thursday, November 23. For Lyttelton, Christchurch,. Northern Ports, Sydney, and Queensland.—Per Tarawera, at 2 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO MAIL SERVICE. Wednesday, November 24. For Northern Ports, Samoa, Sandwich Islands, United States of America, Canada, South America, West Indies, United Kingdom, and Continent ot Europe, at 10 a.m. Money orders at 9.15 a.m., book packets and newspapers at 9 a.m. 24th. _ Late letters, bearing an additional single rate of postage (2sd) as a late fee, can be posted in the mail van attached to the North train, leaving Dunedin railway station at 11 a.m on the 24tb. The above mail will close at the branch Post Offices, North Dunedin and South Dunedin—for letters at 9.30 a.m. and newspapers at 5 a.m. on the 24th. Mails for Noumea and Fiji leave Sydney on the Bth December. (Signed) Edm. Cook, Chief Postmaster. Chief Post Office, November 23,1897. THE THROUGH TRAINS. Passengers This Day. For Dunedin from thp. South. —Mr G. Pringle, Mrs M'Dougall, Miss Bust, MrsNarsmith and daughter, Sirs A. M'Dougall, Mrs Clark, Miss Pringle, Miss Davidson, Mr T. Davi ison, Mrs Crawford, Mr A. Bartlett, Mr .1. Dobbie, Mr .1. Officer, Mr G. Chilcock, Mrs M'Leish, Mr and Mrs Officer and chi’d, Mr and Mrs Rankin, Mr A. SFKay, Sir W. Morrison, Mr and Mrs H. Cunningham, Mrs Graham, Mrs Laidlaw, bliss M'Lean, Mr J. Berry. Mr J. Hiddlestone, Mrs Reid, Mrs J. Ritchie and two children, Mrs Baker, Mr and Mrs Hanley, Miss Hanley, Miss Rate, Mrs A. SI. Smith, Miss Copland, Mrs Hutchison and family, Mr and Sirs Somerville, Sir A. Cockburn, Sliss Cockburn, Sir and Sirs Stevens and family. Miss Shaw, Sliss Brown, Sirs A. Fleming, Sirs T. Fleming, Sirs J. Stronach, Sir F. Pattullo, Sir F. J. Williams, Sliss M’Harry, Sir T. Dove, Sir T. R. Tanner, Sir J. Gow, Misses Crombie (2), Bishop Verdon, Mrs Yule, Sliss Henderson, Sir A. Gall, Mr and Sirs Butel, Sirs Waterston, Sirs Galbraith, Sliss Smith, Sliss Fleming, Miss Ramsay, Sirs Hunter, Sirs Marshall and child. Sir R. MTlrick, Mr A. Officer; and 100 others from wayside stations. From Dunedin for the South.— Sir and Sirs Davis, Sir J. Stephenson, Sliss SI. Brass. Miss Slurdoch, Mrs .1. L. Norrie, Sir F. Qualter, Sir J. T. Wright, Mrs Arnot, Sirs Ashton, Mr Simon, Sirs Ellis, Sliss Adams, Sir J. Sl'Lean, Sir A. Ness, Mr It. Slenzies, Sir J. H. Geddess, Sir A. Beaven, Sliss Sleillies, Sirs Crawford, Sliss Bath, Sirs Marshall. Sirs SlacDonald, Sirs Archibald, Sirs Powell, Sirs Storrie, Sir S. E. Ferguson, Mrs Mitchell and family. Sirs Johnston, Sirs Carrington, Sir D. Sleilbert. Sliss Fowler, Sirs Norris, Mrs Ward and family. Sir J. Thompson. Sirs Patchell and family, Sliss M'Creath, Sir and Sirs Collins, Sirs Shearer, Sirs and Sliss Izart, Sirs Lindsay, Mr and SlrsSlacGowan. from Dunedin for tiih North.— For Christchurch ; Mr H. Brett, Sir W. Reid, Sir H. Driver, Sir J. Driver, Sirs SI. Miller, Sir J. SlacGregor. (Tnlon Company’s Steamers Due To-morrow. Tarawera, from Slelbourne via Hobart and the Bluff; arrives at Dunedin at 4 a.m. Rosamond, from Lyttelton; arrives at Port Chalmers at 1 p.m.
COMMERCIAL., Issue 10478, 23 November 1897
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