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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10420, 15 September 1897
ssgyp'TO. TTNION steam ship cosip any of U NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Steamers will be despatched as under LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers to all West Coast ports)— p.XU. iTe Anau ■ 1,1652 I Friday, Sept. 17 14 Dunedin Tanovera | 2063 1 Tuesday, Sept. 211 2.30 train . NAPIER, UISBuRNB, and AUCKLANDTarawera I 2003 I Tuesday,' Sept. 211 2.30 train Waihora ( 2003 1 Tuesday, Oct. 5 j 2.30 train SYDNEY via WELLINGTON— Mararoa I 2598 1 September 28 I 3 Dunedin Waikare | 3050 1 Monday, Oct. 4 | 2.30 train SYDNEY via AUCKLAND— Tarawera 1 20031 Tuesday, Sept. 2112.30 tain WaiUora | 2003 j Tuesday, Oct. 5 12.30 train MELBOURNE via BLUFF and HOBART— Talune I 2078 I Thur., Sept. 23 I 2Dunedin Wakatipu 1 1945 | Monday, Oct. 4 1 2.30 train WESTPORT via TIMAtiU, LYTTELTON. AK4ROA, WELLINGTON, PIOTON, !■ - and NELSON— Omapere* I 6011 Friday, Sept. 17 I 4 Dunedin Cortona 11279 | Friday, Sept. 24 | 4 Dunedin * Via New Plymouth and Greymouth (tranships at Wellington for Picton, Nelson). GREYMOUTH via OAMaRU, TIMARU, LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, andNEW PLYMOUTH— Herald | 573 I Wed., Sept. 22 14 Dunedin SOUTH SEA ISLANDS EXCURSIONS. For TONGA, SAMOA, FIJI, and SYDNEY (From Auckland)— Ovalau 11229 [ Wednesday September 22 For SUVA and LBVUKA (from Auckland)— Flora 11273 1 Wednesday, October G For TAHITI and RARATONGA (From Auckland)— Upolu 111411 Wednesday, September 29 CARGO RECEIVED AT DUNEDIN— Fors.s. Till Day. Wharf. TeAnau 2 p.in. Friday Tongue Omapere 2 p.m. Friday Rattray street Tarawera 1 p.m. Saturday Tongue Tickets available by Uuddart, Patkur, and Co.’s Steamers ANGLIAN and WESTRAIIA. rjpiiE NEW ZKALANi. A salp piNG COMPANY’S ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOR LONDON Via Monte Video, Teneriffo, and Plymouth. Passengers sent to port of departure FREE. Warrants issued for passages from the United Kingdom to New Zealand on approved guarantee for payment in the colony. Through Bookings to West Coast of South America, Falkland Islands, Bahia, and Per* nambaco. For Further particulars apply to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING -COMPANY, LIMITED, 9 Bond street. Dnnei l i-'. CJHAW, SAVILLAND ALBION COMPANY IO LIMITED. FOR LONDON. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, With Superior Accommodation for all Olassei of Passengers, calling at Monte Video or Rio de Janeiro, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. a iui mtruuu xrom to ir< of Departure of Mail Steamer FREE. Special facilities arc afforded for bringing o friends and relatives from Home by isaut. passage orders in the colony. For Freight or Passage apply to the Agcn NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY CO! PANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITE MTERVY. ROBERTS, AND'CO. DALQHTY AND COMPANY. LIMITED
SHIRR LINE DIRECT STEAMERS. OTAGO TO LONDON. 2,400 h.p. 2.500 h.p. 2.500 h.p. 3.500 h.p, 3.500 h.p. 3.500 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 ELEO THIO LIGHT, and accommodation ia provided for 36 Saloon Passtugers. STEWARDESS la carried. SALOON PASSAGE MONEY, 45 GUINEAS OTAGO TO LONDON. For fuller particulars apply to the Managers, TERN GULL, MARTIN, AND 007, Australian Mutual Provident Buildings. ' Princes street, Dnnedln. HUDDART, PARKER AND CO. PROPRIETARY, LIMITED. DUNEDIN TO SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON WELLINGTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE, AND AUCKLAND. Q S. WESTR.ALIA, U» TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. Cargo, 5 p.m. Dunedin Wharf, 13th inst. Passengers 2.30 Train, 14th. inst. All Tickets abs available also fob Stop©veb oa Retock by ANY of the UNION COMPANY’S STEAMERS, and the holders of the UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S Tickets may travel by the WESTRALIA or ANGLIAN. For further particulars apply to NEILL AND CO.. LTD., Agents. S.S. ONSLOW. WINTER TIME-TABLE. SS. ONSLOW leaves Portobello for Dnnedln • at 9 a.m., leaving Dunedin at 4 p.m. . On Wednesday and Saturday, run an Excursion, leaving Dunedin at 2.30 p.m. Instead 4 p.m., returning at 4.30 p. m, - FARES ... Is each way. Ordinary Time-table suspended on Holidays. ■hT ONE V. nmU&T MONEY TO LEND ON FRKK 1 HOLD SECURITY, In Largo or Small Sums, for long or short periods, at LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF INTEREST. CALLAN AND CALLAWAY, Sdiiltora,
No. 3 JKTTY BVREET, DuN/CDIK. nnns perpetual trustees, estate. ■8 AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, has Money To Lend on Freehold Security, ALTER HISLOP. Managrit, Money to lend, in any sum. on FREEHOLD SECURITY. STOUT. MONDY, AND SIM, f|lilE Carlton Loan and Investment Company _JL Advance Money upon Note of Hand, Deeds, Life Policies, etc., at reasonable Interest • special terms to tradesmen; strictly private* repayments to suit borrowers. Exchange Court, Dunedin. “ ONEY To Lend on good freehold securities at very lowest rates. Scott and Oo„ Dowling street. at current rates The 1 rut tees, Executors, and Agency Com* ,wiy of New Zealand, Llmited. MONEY To Lend £lOO at 6 per cent £I,OOO up to £3,000, at 5 per cent, Sums to Lend on Bills of Sale. Bills dls:cuntcd. Apply Jas, Whyte, 69 Princes street I r.' W P-r -rd ■ “Sticking Together in All Sorts op Weather.”— 'l he friendship between man and man which enables them to stick together in all sorts of weath-r is a friendship worth having. In times of prosperity some < f us can hardly distinguish a friend of this kind from one of the other sort. But let the storm clouds gather and we soon know who the true fri- nd is. And when the clouds cf sickness gather about ns we turn naturally and instinctively to Holloway's ”ills and Ointment They are the only friends whose friendship is worth a rap at such times. We know it, and we turn to them, confident m the knowledge that they will restore us to health.
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