Shipping. J # __ULm J_L EYW OO D A \jO . *_« RAILWAY CONTRACTORS AND *_»&_ CARRIERS, iKSP£_3&. CUSTOM-HOUSE k FORWARD. ££j|2l» LNG AGENTS, m3S_Sc_» Porward Parcels and Packages Imrast Through Rates to any Address. Merchandise cleared and deUvered at throngh tmtes direct to Consignee. Agents- Wheatleyand Co. lionaoru Davies, Turner and Co. J J *"™ uu * M*CuUoch and Co, Limited, Melbourne Sidney Carrying Company, Sydney. J. M. HEYWOOD k CO., Lyttelton and Christchurch. Agents for the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. 3658 AUSTRALASIAN PARCELS EXPRESS. __-___& *. "OARCELS and Packages for_43S3g___\t Xl warded to any Address at cheap, throngh, inclusive ONE CHARGE. NO EXTRAS. NO TROUBLE. Ho charge for booking or for coUaoting paokage npto 561bs weight within the city. Daily Despatches by Rail and to Great Britain, Europe and Australia by every steamei, EXTRACT FROM TARIFF (Including aU charges to address of Consignee) .lb 51b 101bjl51b 201 b To s.d s.d. 9.d.15.d. s.d. London— City 406 0 9 6J13 3 14 3 England and Wales 50 7 0 10 6114 0 15 0 Melbourne and Sydney ... 56 56 60J70 70 WeUington and Auckland . 20304015056 Kaikoura 20 20 2 6| 36 36 We are now receiving Parcels for Home, to despatch per next steam er, sailing tbis montn. Revibed Cheap Bates. Insurance affected, if desired. Tariff and all information on application. CUFF k GRAHAM, 6711 TgL-JPHOirg 22 Christehnreh and Lyttelton. Amusements, Meeting!, fto, THE Cooking Class will be held in the Blue Rib_on Hall, Worcester street, at 7 o'clock to-night. 7815 TpToPE OF CHBISTCHUBCH LODGE, MCm LO.G.T.— Meets in future in Druids' Hall (late Templar), Worcester street. Opening Soiree, Tomorrow, June 9, 8 p.m. AU Templars cordiaUy invited. _ 7819 CHURCH WORK SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL MEETING wUI he held on THURSDAY, 10th JUNE. HOLY COMMUNION, CATHEDRAL, 7.30 and 10 a.m. MEETING. Christ's CoUege Library, 7.30 p.m., the Primate in the chair. Accounts of the year, and Election of eight members of Committee. Address by Bey H. C. M. Watso • on "My impressions of English Church Work," to he foUowed by discussion. AU Church people ore invited to be •resent. FRAS. KNOWLEB, 78S. Hon Sec. Funerals. TH B Friends of Mr Jame. Gnpes are respectfußy invited to attend the Funeral of his late Son, Alfred, to leave his residence, Victoria Bt'-eet, on Wednesday, June 9th, at 2 o'clock, for the New Cemetery. R. W. WALTERS k CO., Undertakers, 2CCS Victoria and Manchester streets. Auctions.. -f~l ENT RA L SALEROOMS. " SOUTHERN CROSS PETROLEUM COMPANY." Encouraging Reports from the Oil Districts of Poverty Bay. g\S account of Owners leaving for Kimberley— 500 SHAE£S In the above rapidly-riMEg property, the " Southern Cross Petroleum Company," WiU te offered for SALE BY AUCTION, AT THE ROOMS, COLOMBO STREET, ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9th, At 12 o'clock, BT H. J. ROSS, A. AVERS, Auctioneer. N.B. — Intending purchasers are informed that, notwithstanding the recent BOOM in this property, the above Shares, forthe reason stated, are POSITIVE SALE, 7787 TO-MOBBOW. CENTRAL SALEROOMS. WEDNESDAY^ JUNE 9th, At 12 noon. TO POULTRY FANCIEES AND OTHERS. CELEBRATED LIGHT BRAHMA FOWLS. HJ. BOSB i 3 instructed by Mrs R. W. m Feiaiay TO SELL, At the Central Salerooms, os WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9th, At 12 noon. 12 head of Magnificent Light Brahma Fowls— 6 cocks and 6 hens. Mrs Fereday instructs the Auctioneer to Btate thit, not intending to exhibit this season, purchasers can depend upon securing some of tho finest and purest birds in Canterbury, without hurls? to compote ogainßt the breeder. H. J. ROSS, j_ft3 . A. AVERS, Auctioneer. to-mou::< »w (v/eonesday), At 12 o'clock. HB. SORENSEN k CO. have reccked in- • structions TO SELL, At tha Saleroom?, Colombo street, 1 Beautiful Large MASTIFF PUP. After which, T*o_icy Goo'Js ruruiturc .' ropery < 'roi-'*-ry . .._^- :<.■>. ];,r.!-:.':r:'f-'''x?-' , !i, _ Ancticuti?i'3
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Star, Issue 5639, 8 June 1886
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