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SHIPPING UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Steamers will be despatched as tinder : LSTTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers to all West Coast ports)— Taraweru \ I 2003 I Tuesdav, Sept. 211 £L3O train KOtorua 1 92t> | Friday, Sept. 24 |3Dunedin NAPIER t GIsBuRNE, arid AUCKLANDTarawera * j sow | Tuesday, Sept. 211 2.30 train Waihora | 20031 Tuesday, Oct. 5 2.30 train aYDNK* via WELLINGTONMararoa I 2598 I September 26 I 3Dunedin Waikare | 3050 Monday, Oct. 4 2.30 train SYDNKY via AUCKLANDTarawera I 20031 Tuesday, Sept. 2112.30 train Waihora 2003 Tuesday Oct. 5 230 train MELBOURNE via BLU& and HOBARTxd l l n t- l?S?l£ hu V SS et-23 P t - 23 |2Dunedin VV^SP p, J.^tL 1945 ' Mond a>'. Oct. 4 2.30 train WESTPORT via TIMAnU, LYTTELTON AKAROA, WELLINGTON, PIOTON. ' and NELSON— Oniapere* I 6011 September 19 I 4Dunedin Corinna 11279 | Friday, Sept. 24 14Dunedin * Via New Plymouth and Greymouth (tranships at Wellington for Picton, Nelson). GREYMOUTH via OAMaRO, TIMARU. LYITELTON, WELLINGTON, and NEW PLYMOUTH— Herald | 573 | Wed., Sept. 22 I 4Dunedin SOUTH SEA ISLANDS EXCURSIONS. For TONGA, SAMOA, FIJI, and SYDNEY (From Auckland)— Ovalau 11229 | Wednesday September 22 For SUVA and LEVUELA (from Auckland)— Flora 11273 | Wednesday, October 6 For TAHITI and EAKATONGA (From Auckland) — Upolu 111411 Wednesday, September 29 CARGO RKCEIVISD AT DUNEDIN— Fors.s. Till Day. Wharf. Omapere Ip.m. .Saturday Rattray street farawera 1 p.m. Saturday Tongue Tickets available by Huddart, Parser, and Co.'B Steamers ANGLIAN and WESTRALIA. \HB NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY'S ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOR LONDON Via Monte Video, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. Steamers.l Tons.l \JggU Date. 1897 Ruahine 6127 Bone Wellington Sept. 30 Rimutaka 4515 Greenstreet Nov 25 Kaikoura 4507 Forbes Dec. 23 Tongariro 4163 Mayoss Jan. 20 Passengers sent to port of departure FKKa. • Warrants issued for passage* 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. nambuco. For Further naviculars apply to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COM. PANY, LIMITED, 9 Bond street. Dunedin. LJHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COMPANY IO LIMITED. FOR LONDON. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, With Superior Accommodation for all Classes of Passengers, calling at Monte Video or Rio de Janeiro, Tenerifie, and Plymouth.

i 6,346 | 4,753 I 5,200 CARGO STEAMERS. Ranptatira ... 4,045 Lyttelton. Oct. Manian ... 3.5KS Nov Matatua ... 3,322 - Nov' Pakeha 4,331 Dec' Tokoniatu ... G.23S Passengers forwarded from Dunedin to Poit of Departure of Mail Strainer FREE. Special facilities are afforded for bringing out friends and relatives from Homo by lssut of passage orders in the colony. For Freight or Passage applv to the Agent* NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND Co! DALGETY AND COMPANY. LIMITED HIRE LINE DIRECI ~..,.,*.,.., ■- STEAMERS. FIFESHIRE NAIRNSHIRE MORAYSHIRE PERTHSHIRE BUTESHIRE BANFFSHIRE OTAGO TO LONDON. 5,000 tons 2,400 h.p. 5,100 tons 2,500 h.p. 5,100 tons 2,500 h.p. 8,000 tons 3,500 h.p. 8,000 tons 3,500 h.p^ 8,100 tons 3,500 h.p. The above magnificent Steamers, whioli have all been specially built for the New aealani trade, and make an average passage of 46 daya will be despatched at regular intervals TOmtSiw fit s ed throu e h «mt with ELBO itiiv LHJHr, and accommodation is provided for 36 Saloon Passengers. STEWARDESS is carried. SALOON PASSAGE MONEY, 45 GUINEAS OTAGO TO LONDON. For fuller particulars apply to the Managers. TTTRNBULL, MARTIN, AND Cof, Australian Mutual Provident Buildings, Prlnoea 6treet, Dunedln. HUDDART, PARKER AND 00. PROPRIETARY, LIMITED. DUNEDIN TO SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON WELLINGTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE AND AUCKLAND. J S. ANGLIAN .Jo TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. ' Dunedin Wharf, 3 p.m. An Tickets are available pob Stop. the UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S *™™j bv the WESTRALIA ob ANGLIAN. For further partloulars apply to NEILL AND CO.. LTD.. A K enta.

S.S. ONSLOW. WINTER TIME-TABLE. SS. ONSLOW leaves PortobeUo for Dunedta • 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. , COAL NOTICES. gURNWEIL GOAL COMPANY Desire to thank the Public of Otago fortbeir liberal support during the past six months. Our output of Coal exceeds 50 Tons per day, and we are now m a position to considerably inorease Our Prices for COAL and NUTS withia Town BeltBound, Clean Household Coal on. » ii i» Nuts ... . ifig And Beyond the Belt—21s and 17s per Ton. Supplied by all Coal Merchants. Foundries and Bakers-Special Quotati*M for Quantities. GIBSON AND LEES, Proprietors, VOQEL STREBT. INSURANCE NOTICEST -ftTORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE XS\ SOOIHrY, INSURANCES effected at Lowest Current. t n Rate... LOSSES from Fire and Lightning covered, Claims gettled with Promptitude and. Liberality, Agents for Otago \ W^kM^^^,7t\\^JX^^t^^( { ZEALAND 1 LIMITED, RATTRAY STREET DUNEDIN. Monet Pans[-in the Citv. - Nothing disorganises all sorts of business so effectually as a. money pan.c in the City of London. It that something is wrong with the very iW the Whole wmmert ls erected. The commercial world turns giddy? as it were, and loses its head. Ir> —™ - ---- In our perEonal troubles, happily helpless." Ii we suffer from heVi' tion, los 3 of appetite, disorder oft mfalUbJe remedy for all such troubles.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10422, 17 September 1897

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