STEAM TO ENGLAND VIA PANAMA, ri^HE Panama, Kew Zcaliind, aud Augtralian .-Royal Mail Company's swift and powerful Steamship R U A II I N E y 1301 tons, 500 horse power, T, S. Beal, Commander, Will be despatched fromWELLINGTON TO PANAMA DIRECT, With the Homeward Mails, &c, On TUESDAY, 24th INST. Passengers booked at a through rate from Greymouth to Panama aud Southampton. Arrangements arc pending for one of the Company's steamers to leave Hokitika for Wellington, to meet the Ruahiiie, on or alout the ISth. Steamers leave the Isthmus of Panama at frequent intervals for all the principal ports of Central and North and South America. Luggage requires to be sent to the agents' office to be labelled. For rates of freight or pasaagc, apply to A. W. MONCRIIiFF and G. W. MOSS, Agents, At H. H. LAHMAN'S, Albert street. FOR NELSON VIA HOKITIKA. riIHE fast and favorite Screw Steamer X KENNJi DV, Capt. Whitwkll, Will, leave as abo t'c TH I S MOR N ING, At 9 o'clock sharp. Passengers arc requested to obtain tickets at the office of the undersigned before going on board. . " , NATH. EDWARDS aud CO., '0Mawhcra Quay. STEAM FOR BLUFF HARBOR AND DUNEDIN. TH E fast and favorite screw-steamer WILLIAM MISKIN, F. HErßuitsy Commander, Will be despatched as above THIS DAY (SATURDAY), 14th JULY, At 12 o'clock. For freight or passage, apply to WM. POLE, Boundary street. FOR THE MANUKAU*DIRECT. nnHE Fine Fast-sailing Clipper Schooner EXCELSIOR, Captain Ivjeson, Will Sail for the above port, being'towed out ' On SATURDAY, 14th JULY (Weather permitting). For freight or passage, apply to the Captain, on board ; or, P. CLARK, Arney street. STEAMERS KENNEDY, WALLABY, NELSON, AND LYTTELTON. MR. M. M. WEBSTER, Of Nelsox, Having agreed to act as PROVIDORE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS Belonging to the undersigned, this is to give notice that the owners will not be responsible for provisions of any kind supplied, unless upon the written authority Df the Captains for the time being of the above-mentioned steamers. HATH. EDWARLS AND CO., Owners. ! Nelson, July 10, 1866. -vr 0 t 1 c c . DUNEDIN STEAM SHIPPING COM. PANY (LIMITED). MR. JOHN GREY, Rattcay street, having this day been appointed Providore for the screw-steamer William Miskin, notice is hereby given that this Company will not hold, itself responsible for any liabilities he may incur. JOHN THOMSON, Secretary. July 2, 1866. In reference to the above, I hereby give notice that I will not be responsible for any debts incurred, without written' authority., JOHN GREY. CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN FOR FOR IRON FIRE PLACES HOTEL LAMPS, AND GENERAL TINWARE. T. VOXCROFT,. Tinsmith,. Richmond Quay. TJELL-RINGING AN^> BILL-POSTING, GEORGE MACKAY, \e. Pioneer Bell, man. and Bill Poster of the Vlpst Coast, still continues to conduct the ab^e U4'^' r ' '** business in a cheaper and bet^w -\. , . anvptlxer on the Grey. Orders I&i^r \ fesC Wn's Hair-Cutting Saloon J^^^^i \ be pit-actually attended4^^^^^H
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Grey River Argus, Grey River Argus, Issue 79, 14 July 1866
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