THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING- CO.’S KOTAL MAIL LINE OP Tlllsy STEAMERS Will be despatched from LONDON as under via Monte Video, Teneriffe, and Plymouth: — Rest accommodation for all classes of Pas* sengers at Lowest Rates. „Twin screw. Coastal Passage to port of departure FREE Warrants issued for passages from the United Kingdom. Round the World (first-class) through Canada or United States, returning by N.Z.S Co., or vice versa. For further particulars apply to ROBERT DUNLOP, Local Manager, Invercargill and Bluff.
UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD. Approximate Sailing Dates. FOR MELBOURNE via HOBART. Monowai—Monday, 21st Jan—3.3s train Warrimoo—Tuesday, 29th Jaa—3,3s train FOR SYDNEY, via DUNEDIN, LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON & COOK STRAITS Moeraki—Monday, 14th Jan. —1.45 train Mahewo-—Monday, 21et Jan —1.45 tr»in EXCURSION to WEST COAST SOUNDS (from Dunedin), Waikare—lsth January, 1907. No cargo • can be received at Bluff latex than noon on day of sailing. No 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 leave Bluff Wharf (weather, and other circumstances permitting) for Half Moon Bay, Stewart! Island, on arrival of train leaving Invercargill at 9.10 a-m. every Wednesday and Saturday, commencing Wednesday, 19th December, returning same Ray, until Wednesday, 13th February. 1907. SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES. Holiday Excursion tickets will be issued up to Wednesday, 13th February, available for return up to Wed-, nesday, 20th February, at the following fares Single 3s 6d, return 55. : Family return Tickets will be issued at the Harbour Board Office only.] Fares to carry four, 15s ; five, 18s ; six, 21s ; seven, 23s 6d ; eight, 26s ; nine, 28s ; ten, 30s. These Tickets will not be issued on the steamer. Goods.—los 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 ship-* ment must arrive at Bluff by. 1.45 p.m, train on previous dayGEO.; R. GEORGE, Secretary, Bluff Harbour Board.)
There is great excitement in the Oamaru district owing to a bicycle being found in an arm of the Waltaki River, and having been identified, aa belonging to Rennie, late Bchoold master at Papakaio, for whose mysterious murder Findlay stood his trial and was acquitted. The bicycle Was found at a spot directly opposite Tomlinson’s dwelling, where Findlay boarded, and close to where the witness Miller said he saw a man with a bicycle on the night following the murder. A systematic search is be J ing maintained in the hope of finding Rennie’s watch and revolver.
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 46, 12 January 1907
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 46, 12 January 1907
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