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-SMppiJig STBAM TO AUCKLAND, Oabrtiho Pasoknokks abt> Oisao-., \\&, . niHB m. ■ | BOTOMAHANA. A. Fabquhab, Master. FbomThamks. 30th—Friday, at 6 afternoon FBOX AtrCKIAOT). 31st—Saturday, at 1 afternoon Weather and other circumstances Permitting. ■•■v Freight to Te Aroha, 25s per ton. ißgr Not responsible for Acoidents"in Shipping, Carrying, or Discharging Li?« 9tock, or lor any Good*, Parcels, Ac;, put on board unless signed for, and all Goods stored tr« at the riok of Oomigneo^ H. 0. Gem-bbpib, Agent. STEAM TO AUCKLAND. DABBTINa PA.SBBKaBBBi.KD OABfIO. '•t a rpHS favorite Stfiftmor, 3j|3g|j||£ ENTERFEISE No 8. Fbom Goods Wbaav. 81st—Saturday,, at 8.30 night . Fbom Auokdake. ■30th—Friday, at 9 sight SIBiaLIC FABB (8ALOON) ... 7s Rd „ (DECK) ... 5s Od ff^either and other circumstances Permitting. 'Sat responsible for aeoidents in shipping, carrying, or discharging live stock, or any goods parcels, etc., put on board unless signed for, and all goods stored are at the risk of consignees. . - H. C. GiEUSBPUt, Agent.

HARD TIMES INDUCE COMPETITION. Competition Fobces Tbadb — fobced tbade bbßt7i.ts.in ettin to Some and Success to Othebs. r^OMMKBCE T~"t ITEEATUEE The Grandest Entsbpbise 6v thh Age. The tinion of. Commerce wpd Literature is an accomplished faot. This event is brought about through the agency of MoGowan, of 3s Tea Celebrity. The Enterprise to which we refer is that of the LLQUOR TEA COMPANY, of London, Whow TEAS are Sold, and whose BOOKS ire Presented at McGOWAN'S 3b TEA Warehouse. BVBRY PUBOHABEB of 3 Pounds of LI- • QUOB TEA is entitled to a Valuable BOOK* Standard Novels and Works of the best authors, all well bound. See for yourselves. A London privilege at London Price. SEE McGO WAN'S WINDO W, Over 700 WOEKS to Choose from U-tIUOR M ' W At McGowan's. CHE UNION FIEE AND MAEINE INSUEANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. THSS »bo?f Company is prepared to accept Bisks in »°7 Parfc of the Di»triot fct Current Bite*. R. B. McaBEGOR, Agent. , A TELBaBAM received from WhakaUne to-day state! that there are no hopes of saving the wrecked steamer Hannah Mokau, which is owned by Mr Windsor »nd other*, of Auckbnd, and is insured for £100 in the Colonial Sluwnce Company, which has £300 of the •mount re-insured. The steamer was under the charge of Captain Wood and was «I tons cross and 35 tons net register. Her length ?•• 71 feet, depth of hold 6 feet 6 inches, md beam 13 feot 8 inches. Her engines were of 16-horse power. She has only recently been placed o5 the trade between Wh.k»t.ne «nd Poverty Bay ports. Wdbfiw J» been received that a survey was hold on her this morning,' and eho has been condemned. ( Dok't Dm nr ihb House.—" Bough on | A»U" clears out rate, mice, beetles, roaches, .; bed-bugs* .flies^anU, insects, "^^^Br! C% Aiooti^^^^B^^^^^^V

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Thames Star, Thames Star, Volume XVIII, Issue 5462, 29 July 1886

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Thames Star, Volume XVIII, Issue 5462, 29 July 1886

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