Postcards: Paris Evangelical Missionary Society – Series A – Green

Paris Evangelical Missionary Society

Series A – Green

This series has a greenish hue to the back of the card.

No.sDescriptionEarliest PMK Date
N/AZAMBEZE - Bebes indigenes
N/AZAMBEZE - Fillettes indigenes
N/AZAMBEZE - Fillettes revenant du fleuve
N/AZAMBEZE - La canot royal
N/AZAMBEZE - La grand cour interieure du palais royal
N/AZAMBEZE - La Reine au travail
N/AZAMBEZE - La Reine et la Princesse
N/AZAMBEZE - La Roi Yeta III
N/AZAMBEZE - La salutation idigene - 2 mouvement
N/AZAMBEZE - La salutation idigene - 3 mouvement
N/AZAMBEZE - La suivantes de la Reine
N/AZAMBEZE - Les flotilles des canots royaux
N/AZAMBEZE - Maison missionnaire a Lukona
N/AZAMBEZE - Salutation idigene.
N/AZAMBEZE - Une famillie chretienne
N/AZAMBEZE - Vannage du grain

1898: Postal Notice No.66 – Mail Communication with Northern Zambesi

Departments of Posts and Telegraphs

Postal Notice No.66

8th March, 1898

 

Mail Communication with Northern Zambesi

It is hereby notified for general information that a monthly mail service by native runners has been established between Bulawayo and Lialui in Barotseland. The mails leave Bulawayo and Lialui on the 1st of each month, and are conveyed by the Gwaai to Wankies, thence along southern bank of the Zambesi to Sekutes, five miles above Victoria Falls, thence along northern bank to Sesheke, thence to Lialui, the journey occupying twenty-five to thirty days. Letters only are conveyed by these posts, and any newspapers, book packets, or parcels intended for the places served by these posts can only be sent forward by wagon as opportunity offers. The rates of postage are the same as other parts of Rhodesia.

G. H. Eyre, Postmaster-General

General Post Office, Salisbury

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