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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10424, 20 September 1897
:tis: - msmM. 1Sami COMPANY OF U:^l " NEW ■Steamers will- be-'despifcfcl as under;:— O.JitTTELTON mid WKLIJNGTON\ (Booking PasßSnget3:to all ports)— Tarawera I 2003 j TuWaayi S&t 21 I SL3O train Rotorua | m | Frida>, Sept 24 13 Dunedin For AUCKLAND via BLUFF, OAMARD, AND TIMAKU ' Haiiroto 119S8 | Thur., Sep?. 23 | 2Dunedin NAPIER, UISUURNE, and AUCKLAND— Tarawera I 2003 I Tuesday, Sept. 211 train Waihora_ | 20031 Tuesday, Oct 5 I 2.30 train SYDNEY via WELLINGTON— Mararoa - | 2598 I September 20 " I 3 Dunedin SYDNEY via AUCKLANDMELBOURNE via" BLUFF and HOBART— Talune I 2078 I Thur., Sept. 23 |2Dunedi."»*»"P« Imo i Monday, Oct. 4 12.30 trai_ WJiSXPOKT. via IIMAiiIVLYTTKLTON,AKAROA, WELLINGTON, PICTON.J . ..-. and NELSON— Cprinna - 11279 Friday, Sept. 24 1 4Dunedin Omapere* ] 6011 i riday, Oct. 1 1 4 Dunedin * Via JNew Plymouth and Greymouth (tranships at „ „ Wellington for Picton, Nelson). : " GREYMOUTH ; via OAM ABU,? TIMARU, LY'ITELTON, WELLINGTON, and . NEW PLYMOUTH— Hepld | '673 I Wed., Sept. 22 : 14Duriedin SOUTH SEA ISLANDS EXCURSIONS. For TONGA, SAMOA, FIJI, and SYDNEY *(From Ovalau 11229. | Wednesday September 22' j For SUVA and LEVUKA (from Auckland)— iFlora 11273 \ Wednesday. October C: For TAHITI and RAKATONGA . ■- (From Auckland)—: Upolu 111411 Wednesday, September 29 CARGO RECEIVED AT DUNEDIN— For s.s. Till Day. Wharf. Herald =-2 p.m. Wednesday .Rattray street lalune Noon' Thursday Tongue: Haurpto Noon Thursday TonguejTiokets available by Huddart; Parker, and Co.'s Steamers ANGLIAN and WESTKAUA. _ H|HE NEW ZEALAND '.- COMPANY'S EOYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOR LONDON Via Monte Yideoi Tenerifie, and Plymouth. '-„■-■-■ 1897 Ruahino 6127 Bona Wellington Sept 30 Rimutaka 4515 Greenstreet Nov. 25 Kaikoiira 4507 Forbes Dec. 23 Tongariro 4163 Mayoss Jan. 20 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 Pernambuco. For Further nartleulars apply to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COM. PANY, LIMITED, SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COMPANY LIMITED. FOR LONDON. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, With Superior Accommodation for all ClasEei of Passengers, calling at Monte Video or Bio de Janeiro, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. II ' 1897 Wellington I Sept 20 Gothic 7,730 - Jan. 6 OABGO BTKAMKE3. Rangatira ... 4,045 Lyttelton. I Oct. Mainari ... 3.553 Nov. Matatua ... 3,322 Nov. Pakeha 4,331 Dec Tokomatu ... 6,238 ■]'; Passengers forwarded from Dunedin to Port of Departure of Mail Steamer FREE. Special 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 COM. PANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. MURRAY, ROBERTS, A'ND CO. DALQKTY AND COMPANY. LIMITED [HIRE LINE DIRECT 45 ,J STEAMERS." : I OTAGO TO~LONDON. FIFESHIRE ... 5,000 tons 2,400 h.p. NAIRNSHIRE ... 5,100 tons 2,500 h.p. MORAYSHIRE ... 5,100 tons 2,500 h.p. PERTHSHIRE ... 8,000 tons 3,500 h.p. BUTESHIRE ... 8,000 tons 3,500 h.p. BANFFSHIRE ... 8,100 tons 3.500 h.n. The above magnificent Steamers, which have all been specially built for the New Zealand trade, and make an average passage of 46 dayß will be despatched at regular intervals. : Steamers are fitted throughout withELEO TRIO LIGHT, and accommodation Is for 36 Saloon Passengers. - ...*•..., STEWARDESS is carried. SALOON PASSAGE MONEY, 45 GUINEAS OTAGO TO LONDON. TURNBULL, MARTIN, AND COT, Australian Mutual Provident Buildings. Princes street, Dunedin.
HUDDART. PARKER AND CO. PROPRLETARY. LIMITED.'i: . mmMMmMffigm, ■- AND AUCKLAND. • ' 3. A N G L I A N. i TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. Dunedin "Wharf, 3 p.m. All Tickets ab2 available also fob Stof. Qveb ob Setdbn by ANY of the UNION company's fiTRAMWRa ..j *i» k.ii"rr. I the UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S H^mJMMfl^MilTiMtlVm NEILL AND CO.. LTD.. Aeents. S.S. ONSLOW. "WINTER TIME-TABLE. SS. ONSLOW leaves Portobello for Dunedin • at 9 a,Aa., leaving Dunedin at 4 p.m. On Wednesday and Saturday, run an Excm> Blon, leaving Dunedin at 2.30 p.m. instead » p.m., returning at 4.30 p.m. FARES ... Is each way. Ordinary Time-table suspended on Holidays. 1 MONEY. JRUST MONEY TO LEND ON FREE. HOLD SECURITY, In Large or Small Sams, for long or short periods, at LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF INTEREST. OALLAN AND CALLAWAY, Solicitors,.! No. 2 Jmr ,SjObeet, Dukxihii. THE PERPETUALTRUSTEES.ESTATF. AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW LIMITED, has MoTey To l 2£ Freehold Security. WALTER HISLOP. Manager. THE Carlton Loan and Investment Company Advance; Money upon Note of Hand, mwiaiMtmai mm repayments to suit borrowers. Exchange .Court, Dunedin. 5 MONEY To Lend on good freehold securitie« _ ~ at very lowest rat«». Scott and Co., Bowling street. Trustees, Executors, and Agency Com* pany of New Zealand, Limited. ONEY To Lend—£loo at 6 per cent - a £l.ooo up to £3,000, at 5 per cent, bmall Sums to Lend on Bills of Sale. Bills discounted. Apply Jas, Why to, 69 Princes' street ODDOsite Prror and Son). ihu.-ski mio ik the UITY. Nothing disorganues all sorts of business so effectually as a : money panic in the City of London. It signifies that sometlrng is wrong with the very foundation upon which the whole fabric of commerce as it were, and loses its head. In such a cafe even the wisest man does not know what to'do In our pereonal troubles, happily, we are not so helpless. If we suffer from heidache, indigestion, loss of appetite, disorder of the stomsch or Jiver, we simply: take our Holloway's Pills and wefind rehtf. If it is gout, rheumatism, broncnitis, sore throat or weak chest which ails us. we turn to Hollbway's; Ointment, which is an infallible remedy for all such troubles.
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