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SHIPPING. HE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING S3 COMPANYS ROYAL MAIL LINE OP STEAMERS (Under contract with New Zealand Government) will be despatched with Her Majesty's Mails as under for LONDON Via Rio <le Janeiro and Teneriffe: i Steamers. I Tons. Commander De f I Date. „ I uw KimonEA 4474 Crutchley Wellington July 11 Tonqariro 4163 Bone Wellington Aug. 3 Aorakoi .. 4163 ,Sutcliffe Sept. 6 Bihdtaka 4474 Greenstreet - Oct. 3 RtTAPgnn.. 4163 |Findlay _ Oct. 81 SECOND SALOON FABES FBOM 35 GUINEAS. Passengers sent to port of departure FREE Warrants issued for passages from any part of the United Kingdom to New Zealand oa approved guarantee for payment in the Colony. For further particulars aoply to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED, 10 Crawford street, Dunedin. (HAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COM- ) PA NY (LIMITED), (Under Postal Contract with the Government for the conveyance of Her Majesty's Mails), Will despatch their ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOR LONDON, As under, calling at Rio de Janeiro, Teneriffe, and Plymouth: L Portef I Steamers. | Tons. Commander Departure. Date. Tninut .. 6200 Barlow Wellington June 2* Done .. 476S Jennings July 25 Arawft .. 6026 Stuart Aug K Coptlo .. 4867 Burton _ ! S(! pt. Ie lonio .. 4763 Kidlcy _ loot 17 And thenceforward every fourth Thursday. The above Steamers are cf the highest class and speed, with saloons amidships. Second Classand Steerage accommodation are very superior. The undersigned are empowered to grant passages from London or Glasgow to New Zealand, payment for which haß been guaranteed in the colony. F>r further particulars apply to the Agentß in Dunedin: NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY, N.Z., LIMITED: D ALGETY AND CO., Limttsd; MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO. NOTICE TO GRAIN MEROHANTB AGENTS, FARMERS, AND PASSENQER3. WO FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS will run between Sydney and .. New Zealand Ports continuously, carrying Passetgeis and Cargo at •i uc i d te , p - Arrangements can be made with the Undersigned tor the season for the carrying of cargo. JAMES FOX, Agent for New Zealand. Dnnedin. ORTOBELLO BY RAILWAY AND STEAMER. Daily Time-table, Trains and EDINA, Trains leave Dunedin 7.45,12.10.4 0. EDINA leaves Port Ohalmers 8 30,1.0, 5.0. EDINA leaves Portobello 7 45, 10 45 4 40 Trains leave Port for Dunedin 8.15,11.15 515 On Saturdays only the EDINA will connect with the tram leaving Dunedin at 1.15 instead of 12.10. During the winter months the EDINA will lutu Pad. P«v.l j -r T) . n ... at 10 30 and 4.15; and run to Ross Point from 7.45 and 12.10 trains. Special trips on public holidays always advertised in Star two nights previouply. Return tickets Dunedin to fortobello—2s 8d first class 2s second class. This is the quickest route to Cape Saunders Hooper Inlet, Papanui Inlet, Otakau, Wickliff Bay, and Broad Bay. lAMPBELL AND CRUST'S NEW ZEALAND EXPRESS COMPANY, CARRIERS and EXPRESS FORWARDERS DUNEDIN, CHRISTOHUROH, INVER OARGILL, WELLINGTON. Agents Everywhere, Paroels delivered to any address: In towns served by Rail, from 6d upwards. In towns served by Steamer, from Is up wards. In Great Britain and Ireland, lib Is, and Cd per lb additional. Fuller rates on application. FURNITURE REMOVING A SPECIALTY By Road, Rail, or Steamer. Removals undertaken in Town or Country. Furniture carefully Packed, Forwarded, and Delivered by our own Agents at any address. Estimates Given. HOMAS COOK AND SON, TOURIST AND GENERAL PASSENGER AGENTS, Chief Office, LUDGATE CIHCDS, LONDON E.C., Head Office for New Zealand: No. 4 Victoria Arcade, Auckland, Have now Offices and Agencies in all the principal cities of New Zealand and Australia, and are prepared to Book Tourists and Passengers to and from any part of the Globe, issuing Coupons for STEAMERS, RAILWAYS, COACHES, AND HOTELS. For full information, apply to KEITH RAMSAY, Agent, Vogel street, Dunedin. public notice. "A' AE'OO'." ,HE MOSGIEL WOOLLEN FACTORY CO., LIMITED. There has been no exhibit in the Melbourne Exhibition which has attracted more attention than that of the MOSGIEL WOOLLEN GOODS. Visitors from all the old countries, as well as from the various colonies, are unanimous in their praises of the excellent class of Woollens made at Mosgiel and shown in the Melbourne Exhibition. The New Zealand Public are asked to recognise the benefit to them of being able to purchase GENUINE WOOL GOODS of Moegiel manufacture without high tariff duties, whereas in Victoria a tariff of 25 per cent, does not bar the recognition of the superior merits of Mosgiel Woollens, while in Sydney they meet European Goods on equal Freetrade terms and prices. JJ3"Buyern ormuld see that they obtain th'. Genuine "MOSGIEL" articles, and net be content with those termed "Colonial,' which may not give the same satisfaction, WHOLESALE TRADE SUPPLIED AT THE COMPANY'S WAREHOUSE, HIGH STREET, DUNEDIW. J. H. MORRISON, Manager EACOCK'S Pure Jams are made from the best sugar. All storekeepers keep them. Hollo wat's Ointment and Pills. —Coughs, Influenza.—The soothing properties of these medicaments render them well worthy of trial in all diseases of the lungs. In common colds and influenza the Pills taker internally and the Ointment rubbed externally are exceedingly efficacioup. When influenza is epidemic this treatment is easiest, safest, and surest. Holloway's Pills and Ointment purify the blood remove all obstructions to its free circulation through the lungs, relieve the overgorged air tubes, and render respiration free nerves, or depressing the spirits. Such are the ready means of saving suffering when afflicted permanently afflicted in most countries

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 7934, 15 June 1889

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