PANAMA MAIL SERVICE. rriHE Panama, New Zealand, and Aus- . lian Royal Mail Company's Steamship . M AT A U R A , 1767 tons, 550-h.p., Gkoroe Edwd. Bird, R.N.R., Commander, Is appointed to leave Wellington for PANAMA QN THURSDAY, Bth NOVEMBER NEXT, At Three p.m., With her Majesty's Mails for Panama, Southampton, and intermediate Ports. Passengers, Specie, and Goods from Melbourne. Sydney and New Zealand Ports booked through to Southampton, Panama and Colon, for West and East Coasts of lN'orth and South America and West Indies. Ist class passengers are allowed twenty cubic feet for luggage ; second class, fifteen cubic feet All luggage must be delivered at the Company's Olfice, twenty-four hours before the departure of the steamer, when " it will be labelled, manifested, weighed arid measured. All excess to be paid for as measurement goods. ■ For further particulars, apply to the undersigned. G. W. MOSS, Agent, Albert street. Greymouth, 9th Oct., ISB6. STEAM to BLUFF HARBOR, DUNEDIN AND MELBOURNE. T 1 lIIE Pcvnania, New Zealand, and Australian Royal Mail Company's Steamship E G M O N T, Jqhn Vine Hall, Commander, Will be despatched THIS DA\, THURSDAY, 11th INST. Passengers for Melbourne, will be trans- ! ferred at Bluff Harbor- to the splendid steamship Otago. The p.s. Persevere will convey passengers on board, free of charge. ■ ', .-. For Freight or Passage, apply to G. W. MOSS, Agent, Albert street. STEAM TQ I ; NELSON, • ' WELLINGTON, LYTTELTQN, DUNEDIN, BLUFF HARBOR, AND MELBOURN-E. fTTIIE Panama, New Zealand, and Australian, Royal Mail Co.'s steamship T A R A R U A, Ri. H. Ferguson, Commander, Will l^e despatched for the above Ports THIS DAY, THURSDAY, 11th INST. The p. s. Persevere will conyey^passengers on board free of charge. For freight or passage, apply to G. W. MOSS, Agent, Albert street. STEAM TO,. MELBOURNE DIRECT. THE Melbourne, Adelaide, and New Zealand Steam Shipping Company's fine and powerful steamers will sail for Melbourne direct, as under — GOTHENBURG, on the 12th inst. OMEO, on the 29th inst. For freight or passage, apply to, D. GIRDWOOD and Co, Albert street. "~ STEAM-TUG PERSEVERE. npHE above-named Steamer is prepared to JL carry Passengers and Cargo, and TOW VESSELS in and out of the River at the following rates : — ...... Vessels 40 tons or under, inwaids £20. 40 outwards £10. „ over 40 tons, inwards 10s per ton. „ outwards 5s per ton. : The aboveTates refer only to vessels towed both in and out by this steamer. " i'• No passengers will be allowed to cross the Bar- in said Steamer without a ticket from thft. offiqe of the undersigned.. ; '" D GIRDWOOD and CO., : Agents, ' ■ Albert streot. '• .-■.....- - . . '■ —^ — I — '■ — — : NOTICE,— Tenders;, Wanted to Fence in it, section o^ ground 66 feet, by 33, with sawn timber, the postato be 4 x. 2, and the battens 3xl; 4 feet high. ; ajso a wicket to Win it. For further particulars^ apply at J
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Grey River Argus, Issue 117, 11 October 1866
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Grey River Argus, Issue 117, 11 October 1866
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