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GW . MO-S S , ... ... SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENT, . ' Albert Street. .■ - • -, - Agent for the Panama, New Zealand; and Australian Royal Mail Company. . _ ■ STEAItI TO NELSON, x • WELLINGTON,- --• . LYTTELTON, ,' * DUNEDIN,' '- /' ■' ELUFF HxVRBOR; ALSO, v ■ . TARANAKI AND MANUKAU. TF^HE Panama, New, Zealand,' ancl Austra-_ 'I ' . ■ . ' . h'an Royal Mail Company's steamship $... AI RE D. ALE, -j AY. H. MEiKLEnAM, Commander, Is appointed sail for the s above Ports THIS DAY (THUESDAY), 26th INST. Passengers for Taranaki and Manukau will be transferred at Nelson to the Otago ; those for ether ports preceed:* through without' transhipment. The Persevere wjll convey passengers on board, Free of Charge. ~ *' '" For freight or passage, apply to G. W. MOSS, Agent, , Albert street. -STEAM TO MELBOURNE DIRECT. \- npHE Panama, New Zealand, and Australian Eoyal Mail Company's Fast and Favorite Steamship T A R A R U- A , R. H. Febguson, Commander, Is appointed to sail for Melbourne direct THIS DAY (THURSDAY). - The Persevere will convey passengers on board, -Free of Charge. . . For Freight or Passage, apply to G. W. MOSS, Agent, ■ \ Albert street. FIEST STEAMER TO MELBOURNE DIEECT. rp H E Swift and Powerful Steamship JL ' % ' . '.■'•. ... . - SOUTH AUSTRALIAN, ' James Pain, Esquired Commander, t Will be despatched from Greymouth for " Melbourne Direct • ' ' ON OR ABOUT THURSDAY, 26th INST, (weather permitting). - ; For Freight or Passage, apply to . BAIN, HOUGHTON and CO., Agents, At the offices of D. GIRDWOOD and CO., ' Albert street. * - ' —^ — ■ -.. The Persevere will convey passengers on board from the wharf, Free of Charge . —^S-v , •. ■ : '■ • NOTICE.— If two hhds. of Eggs, marked K." L., ex. Gothenburg, from Melbourne,, consigned to. Messrs Pfeiffer and Mullen, are, not claimed, and* freight and. charges paid thereon by Saturday next, the 28thinsti, they will -be Sold at Consignees' risk. .-. - D. GIRDWOOD & Co., -.-•'.• . Albert street. Warden's ' Office^ " * Cobden, 13th July, 1806. TE N D E R S Will be" received AT THIS OFFICE, TUESDAY, 31st JULY INST.', For the Erection of a- r DRAY BRIDGE ACROSS GOAL CREEK. Plans and specifications can be seen at this office. ; Tho lowest tender not necessarily accepted. > T.. A. SNEYD KYKNERSLEY, . . v „;■ /* Warxlon.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Grey River Argus, 26 July 1866

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Grey River Argus, 26 July 1866

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