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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10423, 18 September 1897
SHIPPING. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Steamers will be despatched as under : LTJTTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers to all West Coast ports)— p.m. Tarawera I 2003 I Tuesday, Sept. 211 2.30 train Rotor ua | 92t51 Friday, Sept. 24 I 3Dunedin For AUCKLAND via BLUFF, OAMARU, AND TlMAßU—flauroto 119SS |Thur.,Sepi. 23 I 2Dunedin NAPIER, UISBORNE, and AUCKLAND— Tarawera I 2003 I Tuesday, Sept. 211 2.30 train Waih'ocS. | 2003 I Tuesday, Oct. 5 I 2.30 train SYDNEY via WELLINGTON— Mararoa I 2598 I September 26 I 3 Dunedin Waikare | 3050 | Monday, Oct. 4 I 2.30 train SYDNEY via AUUKLAND— Tarawera I 2003 I Tuesday, Sept. 211 2.30 train Waihora | 2003 | Tuesday, Oct. 5 I 2.30 train MELBOURNE via BLUFF and HOBART— Talune I 207S I Thur., Sept. 23 I 2Dunedin Wakatipu 11945 | Monday, Oct. 4 | 2.30 train WESTPORT via TIMAKU, LYTTELTON, AK4P.OA, WELLINGTON, PiOTON, and NELSON— Omapere* I 6011 September 19 I 5 Dunedin Corinna 11279 I Friday, Sept. 24 | 4 Dunedin *Via New Plymouth and Greymouth (tranships at Wellington for Picton, Nelson). GREYMOUTH via OAMaRU, TIMARU, LYITELTON, WELLINGTON, and NEW PLYMOUTH— Herald | 573 I 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 LEVUKA (from Auckland)— Flora 11273 I Wednesday, October 6 For TAHITI and RAKATONGA (I<V-:.. Auckland)— Upolu 111411 Wednesday, September 29 CARGO RECEIVED AT DUNEDIN— Fors.s. Till Day. Wharf. " Herald 2 p.m. Wednesday Rattray street Talune Noon Thursday Tongue Hauroto Noon Thursday Tongue Tickets available by Huddart, Parker, and Co.'s Steamers ANGLIAN and WESTRAUA. -. ~ r|IHE NEW ZEALAND SHOPPING COMPANY'S ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOR LONDON Via Monte Video, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. Steamer ß .|Ton,| \jSSSL\ ***' 1897 Ruahine 6127 Bone Wellington Sept. 30 Rimutaka 4515 Greenstreet Nov. 25 Kaikoura 4507 Forbes Dec. 23 Tongariro 1163 Mayoas - Jan. 20 Passengers sent to pert of departure FREE. Warrants issued for passage", from the United Kingdom to New Zealand on approved guarantee for payment In the oolony. Through Bookings to West Coast of South America, Falkland Islands, Bahia, and Pernambuco. For Further particulars apply to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COM. FANY, LIMITED, iJHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COMPANY K~ LIMITED. FOR LONDON. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, With Superior Accommodation for all Classes of Passengers, calling at Monte Video or Rio do Janeiro, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. I 1897. 6,340 Wellington I Sept. 20 4,753 I Nov. 11 5,200 Dec. 9 1898 7,730 - Jan. 6 OABQO BTEAMEB3. Rannatira ... 4.045 Lyttelton. I Oct. Mamari ... 3,583 I Nov. Matatua ... 3,322 Nov. - Pafceha 4,331 - ' ~ Tokomaru ... 6.23S I Passengers forwarded from Dunedin to Poit of Departure of Mall Steamer FREE. Speoial facilities are afforded for bringing out friends and relatives from Home by Issue of passage orders in the colony. For Freight or Passage apply to the Agents NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO. DALGKTY AND COMPANY. LIMITED HUDDART, PARKER AND CO. PRO* PRIETARY. LIMITED. DUNEDIN TO SYDNEY VIA LYTTKLTON WELLINGTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE. AND AUCKLAND. < S. ANGLIAN, .J» TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. Dunedin Wharf, 3 p.m. All Tickets abe available also fob Stoj«« ' i3VKK OB Retcbn by ANY of the UNION COMPANY'S STEAMERS, and the holders of the UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S Tickets may travel by the WESTRALIA o» ANGLIAN. For further particulars apply U, tfEILL AND CO.. LTD.. AeenU
B.S. ONSLOW. "WINTER TIME-TABLE. S. ONSLOW leaves Portobello" for Dunedln « at 9 a.m., leaving Duncdin at 4 p.m. On Wednesday and Saturday, run an Excur* slon, leaving Dunedin at 2.50 p.m. instead 4 p.m., returning at 4.30 p.m. FAKES ... Is each way. Ordinary Time-table suspended on Holidays, EDUCATIONAL. NIVERSITY OF NEW ZEALAND. ~ DECEMBER FXAMINATIONS FOBMATRICULATION, JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIPS. MEDICAL PRELIMINARY. BARRISTERS' AND SOLICITORS' GENERAL KNOWLEDGE. These Examinations ■will commence on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7. PLACES OP EXAMINATION: Auckland, Gisborne, Napier, New Plymouth, Wanganui, Palmerston North, Wellington, Nelson, Greymouth, Christchurch, Timaru, Oamaru, Duncdin, and Invercargill. Candidates will not be allowed to change their centre of examination unless they give notice before NOVEMBER 10th. Candidates must Fend in to the Registrar of the University, Wellington, on or before SATURDAY, October 23rd, a list of the subjects in which they desire to be examined, SIGNED WITH ALL THEIR NAMES IN FULL, accompanied by the examination fee, from which there is no exemption in any case, except on a medical certificate for a former year. Receipts on the Public Account of New Zealand will not be accepted. Cheques must have exchange added. Candidates' notices will bo accepted up to Saturday, October 30th (but not later), only on condition that they are accompanied by a treble fee. Tho Fee for the Matriculation, the Medical Preliminary, or the General Knowledge Examinations, is Two Guineas ; the Fee for tho Junior Scholarship is One Guinea, but in the last case a second guinea will be payable if the candidate after passing wishes to bo matriculated. Candidates must distinctly hentjon for which Examination they pbotose to come up. I Candidates for the Junior Scholarship ExI animation must not be less than sixteen and not more than nineteen years of age on December Ist. Fourteen Junior Scholarships of the annual value of £3O, tenable for three years, are offered at this examination. There will be an additional £2O per annum for scholars who have to live away from home in order to attend a University College. W. M. MASKELL, Registrar. SHORTHAND, Typewriting, Reporting, Bookkeeping Evening Classes from.6 till 10 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Fee, 103 6d per quarter for each subject. Apply School. Atbol nlapo • or Shipl, Tpt.tr Rt.rpet. Monet Panic in the City. Nothing disorganises all sorts of business so effectually as a money panic in the City of London. It signifies that something is wrong with the very foundation upon which the whole fabrio of commerce is erected. The commercial world "turns giddy, as it were, and loses its head. In such a case even the wisest man dops not know what to do. In our personal troubles, happily, we are not so help'ess. If we suffer from heidache, indigestion, loss of appetite, disorder of the stomech or liver, we simply take our Hollow&y'a Pills and we_ find relief. If it is gout, rheumatism, bronchitis, sore throat or weak chest which ails us, we turn to Holloway's Ointment, which is an infallible remedy for all such troubles.
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