THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO.’S ROYAL MAIL LINE OE STEAMERS Will be despatched from LONDON as made? via Monte Video, Teneriffe, and Plymouth:— Best accommodation for all classes of Passengers at Lowest Bates. *Twin screw. Coastal Passage to port of departure FREE Warrants issued for passages from the United Bingdom. Bound the World (first-class) through Canada or United States, returning by N.Z.S Co., or vice versa. For further particulars apply to ROBBET DUNLOP, Local Manager, Invercargill and Bluff. mm G? UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD. Approximate Sailing Dates. FOR MELBOURNE via HOBART. Mokoia—Tuesday, IBth Dee —3 35 train Warrimoo—Monday, 24ih Dec—3.3s train FOR SYDNEY, via DUNEDIN, LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON & COOK STRAITS Monowai—Tuesday, 18th Dec—l.4s train Mokoia—Monday, 31st Dec— 1-45 train EXCURSION to WEST COAST SOUNDS (from Dunedin). Waikare —15lh January, 1907. No cargo can be received at Bluff later than noon on day of sailing. JNo sundries can be received for shipment later than 11.25 train on day of sailing. AGENTS ORIENT ROYAL MAIL LINE OF’ ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS TO LONDON, via Suez Canal. AGENTS FOR CANADIAN AND AUSTRALIAN LINE, THE ALL-RED ROUTE TO LONDON, Via Brisbane and Vancouver. Passengers booked through to Vancouver, Liverpool or London. Round-the-world bookings a specialty. For passages and particulars apply to UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (Limited), he Orescent, Invercargill THE S.S. THERESA WARD will leav the Bluff Wharf (weather and other circumstances permitting) for Half Moon Bay, Stewart Island, on arriyal of train leaving Invercargill at 9-10 a,m. every Wednesday, FARES—Return, 7s 6d ; Single, ss. Goods 10s per ton. N.B.—Freight must be prepaid on goods shipped to Stewart Island. Freight on Goods landed at Bluff must be paid when delivery is given. Goods for shipment to Stewart Island must arrive a Bluff by 1.45 p.m. train on previous day. GEO. R. GEORGE, Secretary Bluff Harbour Board. Campbelltown, 9th Dec., 1904. AMERICAN Carriage Factory. John MacGregor & Co Beg to intimate to their friends and customers that the above firm, having expired by effluxion of time and been mutually dissolved as per agreement, will be carried on in the future by MacGREGOR, NISBET AND CO., who have taken over the entire business, and hope by close attention to the wants of customers to still merit the large share of patronage hitherto extended to the late firm.; We respectfully invite the public to inspect our large stock of .Vehicles, and particularly the new “ TRAYi SULKY,” now becoming so deservedly popular. For lightness, style, and durability it cannot be excelled. “FROM £ls UPWARDS.” Carriage Painting Mr JOSEPH CLARK (late of the American Carriage Factory) wishes to announce that he has purchased the Carriage Painting Business of the late Charles Tapper, and will carry on the work in all its branches in the old premises, LBET STREET. By using the best material and turning out a good job at the LOWEST POSSIBLE COST he hopes to retain Mr Tapper’s large connection, and merit a share of support from the trade and others.
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 42, 15 December 1906
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 42, 15 December 1906
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