J^EW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. AVONDALE RACES, 18th, 22nd and 25th SEPTEMBER. Trains will leave Auckland for Avondale at 11.15 a.m., 11.35 a.m. 12.20 p.m., returning from Avondale at 5.40 p.m., 6 p.m., and 6.13 p.m. Special trains only stop at Newmarket and Mount Eden. A train will also leave Auckland for Avondale at 1.20 p.m. Usual Racecourse fares. The usual 1.45 p.m. train, Henderson to Auckland, will not run on 18th and 25th September. BY ORDER. TENDERS FOR WANGANUI RIVER MAIL SERVICE. General Post Office, 39th August, 1909. TENDERS will be received by the Chief Postmaster, Wanganui, up to NOON on the 3 th September, IHO9, for the carriage of mails by steamer between Wanganui and Pipiriki, also between Pipiriki and Taumarunui, from 28th January, 1910, to 30th April, 1916. Frequency of service to be five times weekly from Ist November to 30th April, and thrice weekly from Ist May to 31st October, in each year for the service between Wanganui arid Pipiriki; and thrice weekly from 16th December to 30th April, and twice weekly from lßt May to 15th December, in each year for the service between Pipiriki and Taumarunui. Tenderers will be required to specify the speed, power, and capacity of the steamers to be employed in each of the services. The general and special conditions to which the services will be subject can be ascertained on application to the Secretary, General Post Office, Wellington, or to the Chief Postmaster at Auckland, Wanganui, or Wellington The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted D. ROBERTSON, Secretary. TENDERS FOR WANGANUI RIVER MAIL SERVICE. General Post Office, 7th September, 1909. The time for receiving tenders for the above service has been extended to NOON on the 14th October. 1909. D ROBERTSON, Secretary, npENDERS FOR INLAND MAILJL SERVICES FOR 1910, 1911, AND 1912 (ADDITIONAL). General Post Office, Wellington, 2nd September, 1909. SEALED TENDERS will be received at the several Chief Post Offices in the Dominion until MONDAY, the 27th September, 1909, for the conveyance of mails between the undermentioned places, for a period of THREE years, from the Ist January. 1910, to the Slat December. 1912. POSTAL DISTRICT OF AUCKLAND. 74a. Ngaruawahia, Te Akatea, Huntly Finger Post, Waingaro, and Raglan Landing, twice weekly ; and Waingaro, Waimai, and Pepepe weekly. (Alternative to Nos. 78. 74, and 74b). 74b. Ngaruawahia, Te Akatea, Huntly Finger Post, Waingaro, and Raelan Landing, thrice weeklyi; and Waingaro, Waimai. and Pepepe, weekly, (Alternative to Nob. 73, 74, and 74a). 126 a. Raglan Landing and Raglan, twice weekly, by launch (Alternative to No. 12tB). 1268 Raglan Landing and Raglan, thrice weekly, by launch (Alternative to No 128 a). 164 A. Te Kulti, Piopio, Paemoko, and Mahoenui, twice weekly (Alternative to Nos. 16S and 164, and No. 1, New Plymouth District). SEA SERVICES. 6A. Horeke, Kohukohu, Rawene, Onoki (Colonel Noake's landing), Koutu, Rangl , Point, Opononi, and Omapere, thrice weekly; , steamer or launch as required. [Note— lf steamer used, speed not to average less thai! 9 knots ; If launch, to be not less than shora« power, and not less a speed than 7J knots.] (Alternative to No. 6). [This advertisement Is additional to the advertisement appearing in the supplement to " Gazette," No. 68, of lath August, 19v9 The conditions of tenders are as previously advertised.] D ROBERTSON,
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