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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 9525, 24 October 1894
SHjsrmo. NION STEAM SHIP / COMPANY : OF NEW ZEALAND. LIMITED, Will despatch Steamera as under : LYTTELTON AND WELLINGTON.WAIHORA, S.S., To-morrow (Tlurslayf, 25th October. Passengers from Dunedin Wfcarf at 1 p.m. PICTON AND NELSON via Lyttelton and Wellington (transhipping at Wellington).— FLORA, s.s., on Monday, 29nd Octobe!. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. AUCKLAND via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, and Gisborne.— WAIHORA, s.s,. To-morrow (Tliursday). 25th October , Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 1 p.m. Cargo till 10 a.m. SYDNEY via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, Gisborne, and Auckland. WAIHORA, s.s., To-morrow (Thursday), 25th October Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 1 p.m. SYDNEY vi» Lyttelton and Wellington.— WAKATIPU. s.s., on Monday, 29tfc October. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. (Speeia? excursion fares.) MELBOURNE via Bluff and Hobarfc. TARAWERA, s.s., on Monday, 29th October. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3.30 p.m. Cargo till noon. (Special excursion fares.) WESTPORT via Timaru, Akaroa, Lyttelton, Wellington, and Nelson. —OMAPERE, s.s., on Friday, 26th October. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 5 p.m. Cargo till noon. GREYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) via Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, and Wellington.—HEßALD, s.s., early. NAPIER via Oamaru, Timaru, and Lyttelton.— A Steamer eariv. FIJI (from Auckland). OHAU, s.s., about Thursday, 25th October. EXCURSION FARES in force ON ALL THE COMPANY'S LINES. Offices: Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland streets. HHE NEW ZEALAND - SHIPPING ROYAL MAIL LINE OF STEAMERS FOR LONDON, Via llio do Janeiro, TenerifFe, and Plymouth. «+».>,„„,.- It„„ 0 1 Com- I Port of I n , mcro - Ton H mandcr. Departure. Datt - Tongariro 4163 Mayoss Wellington Nov. 1 Ruahine (5127 Done Wellington Nov. 23 Kaikoura 4507 Forbes Dec 27 isyc Rimutaka 4515 Greonstreet Jan. 24 Ruapehu 42(12 Fiudlay Feb. 21 Tongariro 4103 -Mayoss .Mar. 21 And henceforward every fouith Thursday. FARES: Saloon—Single 50 guineas, Return 85 guineas. Second Saixjos—3o guineas, Return 50 guineas. STKKRAGE-Single £ls 15.x, £l7 17s, £l9 19.-V Passengers sent to port of departure FREE. Wa» ants issued for passages from the United Kingdom to New Zealand on approved guarantee for payment in the colony. ROUND THE WORLD (first class), through Cauada or United States, returning by N. Z. S. Co., or rice versa, £125. For further partiulars apply to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED, 9 Bond street, Dunedin. 1 HAW, S AYILL AND ALBION COMPANY, ) LIMITED. MONTHLY ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS NEW ZEALAND AND LONDON, Via Rio de Janeiro, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. C( „ r ,„ r ! T „„„| Date of I Ducat Steamer., Tons. Departllre . Plymouth Tainui ...i 5,031' Thursday, Nov. 15 |Dec. 25 i ! (Wellington) I V~ Gothic .. I 7,730 | Thursday, Dec. 13 iJan. Doric ...I 4.7.54 '< Thursday, Jan. 10 il'eb. 19 lonic ..J 4,753 , Thursday, Mareh 7' April Hi. Thenceforward every Fourth THURSDAY.
FAKES: SINGLE. KETUKN. Fikst Class ... 50 guineas 85 guineas Second Class ... 39 guineas 50 guineas Third Class .. 15 to 19 guineas Passengers forwarded to port of departure FREE. Special facilities arc afforded for bringing out friends and relatives from Home by issue of passage orders in the colony. The above Steamers are supplemented by a fleet of Cargo Steamers specially built for the New Zealand trade. For Freight or Passage apply NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY COMI'ANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED ; MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO.; or to DALGETY AND COMPANY, LIMITED. -(HIRE LINE DIREOI k3 STEAMERS. FIFESHIRE NAIRNSHIRE MORAYSITIRE PERTHSHIRE BUTESHIRE BANFFSHIRE OTAGO TO LONDON. .. I 5,000 tons 2.400 h.p .. 5,100 tons 2,500 h.p, .. 5,100 tons 2,500 h.p. .. ] 8,000 toiiß 3,500 h.p. .. | 8,000 ton* 3,500 h.p. .. 8,100 tons 3,5 W h.p The above magnificent Steamers, which have all been specially built for the New Zealand trade, and make an average passage of 46 days, will be despatched at regular intervals. Steamers are fitted throughout with ELECTRIC LIGHT, and accommodation is pn>vidod for 36 Saloon Passengers, STEWARDESS is carried. SALOON PASSAGE MONEY, £3?. OTAGO TO LONDON. For fuller particulars supJy to the M.tnagtri TURNBULL, MARTIN, AND CO., Australian Mutual Provident Buildings, Princes street. Dimodin. :i S. O ITS L OW.-TIME-TABLB Leaves Portobello for Dimedlu dc-.ilj at 9 a.m. Leaves Dune-Jin for Poriobelio daily at 4 p.m. on Saturday leaves Duuc-lin at 2.33 p.m. in place of 4; on Sut:;'.ay leaves Dusedln at 2.30 p.m. I'icnio Parties arranged for. FARE ls6J P.tturn; Is Bin;,'.-.. EDUCATIONAL. DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART, Moray place. Evening Classes open every Evening for study of Elementary Freehand any Model Drawing, Practical Plane and Solid Geometry, and Prospective, Architectural, and Mechanical Drawing, Advanced Drawing and Shading, Painting from Antique and Living Model, Modelling, etc. Open from 7to 9 p.m. DAVID C. HUTTON. ART STUDIO, Colonial Mutual Buildings. ISS ANNIE T. BLACKE is prepared to L receive Pupils at the above address for Drawing, Flower Painting from Nature, and Landscape Painting. Terms on application. PRIVATE TUITION. ' NSTRUCTION given in Latin, English, and Mathematics, qualifying Candidate for Matriculation, Preliminary Medical, Civil Service, and Teachers' Examinations. Students also prepared in Latin for the B.A. Degree. E. A. PHILLIPS, B.A. Occidental Chambers, High street. IHORTHAND, Typewriting, Copying, Speed, ) Reporting, Bookkeeping—Classes daily, year rouud. Typewriter Athol place. Telephone 768. INDERGARTEN, Inglewood, Queen t street (established 1332) —Outdoor and Indoor Amusements and Games, large garden ; Pianoforte Taught; Quarter commences Monday, Ist October. Mre and Miss Grant. Holloway's Pills.—Weary of Life.—Derangement of the liver is one of the most efficient causes of dangerous diseases', and the most prolific of those melancholy forebodings which arc worse than death itself. A few doses of these noted Pills' act magically in dispelling iow spirits and repelling the covert attacks made on the nerves by excessive heat, impure atmospheres, over-indulgence, or exliausting exciiement. The mof>t shattered constitution may derive benefit from Holloway's Pill, which will regulate disordered action, brace the nerves, increase the energy of the intellectual faculties, and revive the failing memory. By attentively stcdving the instructions for taking these Pills, and "obediently put'ing them in practice, the most despondent will soon feel confident of a perfect recovery.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 9525, 24 October 1894
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