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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 8030, 5 October 1889
mHE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY 3 ROYAL MAIL LINE OF STEAMERS Uudcr contract with New Zealand Government) rill bo despatched with Her Majesty’s Mails an under for LONDON Via £lo de Janeiro and Tenerife: And henceforward every fourth Thursday. Second Saloon Fabks fbom 35 Gdjneas. Passengers sent to port of departure FREE, ■Warrants issued for passages from any part of the United Kingdom to New Zealand on approved guarantee for payment in the'Oolony. For further particulars avplv to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COM. PANY, LIMITED, SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COMPANY (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, Tenoriffe, and Plymouth; And thenceforward every fourth Thursday. The above Steamers are cf the highest class and speed, with saloons amidships. Second Class and Steerage accommodation are very superior. The undersigned are empowered to grant passages from London or Glasgow to New Zealand, payment for which has been guaranteed In the colony. F>r further particulars apply to the Agents in Dunedin: NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY, N.Z., LIMITED ; D ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED; MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO. PORTOBELLO BY RAILWAY AND STEAMER. Daily Time-table, Trains and EDINA. Trains leave Dunedin 7.45, 12.10, 5,15. EDINA leaves Port Chalmers 8.30, LO, 6.0. EDINA leaves Portobello 7.45, 10.45, 4.40. Trains leave Port for Dunedin 8.15,1L15, 5.15, On Saturdays only the EDINA will connect with the train leaving Dunedin at Lls instead of 12.10, Daring the winter months the EDINA will leave Ross Point (instead of Broad Bay jetty at 10.30 and 4.15 ; and run to Ross Point from 7.45 and 12.10 trains. Special trips on public holidays always adver tised in Stab two nights previously. Return tickets Dunedin to Portobello—2s Sd first 2s second class. This is the quickest route to Cape Saunders, Hooper Inlet, Papanui Inlet, Otakau, Wioklifl Bay, and Broad Bay. Thomas cook and son, TOURIST AND GENERAL PASSENGER AGENTS. Official Tourist Agents to the New Zealand Exhibition. Chief Office; Ludgate Ciecus, London B.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. j For full information, apply to KEITH RAMSAY, Agent, V ogel street, Dunedin. AND CRUST’S NEW ZEALAND EXPRESS COMPANY, CARRIERS and EXPRESS FORWARDERS DUNEDIN, CHRISTCHURCH, INVER CARGILL, WELLINGTON. Agents Everywhere. Parcels 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, Uhls, and6d 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, aid Delivered by our own Agents at any address Estimates Given. PUBLIC NOTICES. “A’ AE ’OO’.” The 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 rje asked to recognise the benefit to them of being able to purGENDINE WOOL GOODS of Mosgiel manufacture without high tariff duties, whereas in Victoria a tariff of 26 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, 4&33uyers should see that they obtain tfaL Genuine “MOSGIEL” articles, and not be content with those termed “Colonial,’ which may not give the same satisfaction, WHOLESALE TRADE SUPPLIED AT THE COMPANY’S WAREHOUSE, HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN. J. H. MORRISON. Manager Health is wealth. Try LUKE’S LIVER ANTIBILIOUS PILLS; they are the most reliable in the world. A single dose acts like magic, relieving Giddiness, Sick Headache, Nervous ness, Languidness, Wind, or Disturbed Sleep; a single dose makes yon feel yourself again. To be obtained from BARNARD ISAAC, Manufacturing and Pharmaceutical Chemist, 11 Rattray street, six doers from Princes street; and Octagon Drug Hall, corner of George street. PEACOCK’S Pure Jama are made from the best sugar. All storekeepers keep them, SAUSAGES. Sausages. Sausages for the million at Grindley’e, the Batcher, Albany street. Holloway’s Pills are the medicine most in repute for curing the multifarious maladies which attack humanity when wet and cold weather give place to more genial temperatures. In short, these Pills afford relief, if they fail of beins an absolute remedy in all the disturbances of circulation, digestion, • and nervous energy which at times oppre s a vast portion of the population. Under the wholesome, purifying, and strengthening powe:s exerted by these excellent Pills the tongue becomes clean, the ippetite improve?, digestion is quickened, and laaimilation rendered perfect. Holloway’s medicines possess the highly estimable property af cleansing the whole mass of blood, which, in its renovated condition, carries purity, strength, rnd vigor to every tissue of the body,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 8030, 5 October 1889
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