;.,_.._; ;.. Vi IHE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING ».*' COMPANY'S ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOE LONDON Via Monte Video, Tenoriffe, and Plymouth. Rhnutaka 4515 Greenstreet Wellington NoV. 26 Kaikoura I 4507 Forbes _ " Dec. S3 •Tongariro 1163 Mavoss Kuablne I 6127 I Bone Jon. SO - Feb.l7: Passengers sent to port of departure FREE. ' ' 'Warraiits issued for passages from the United Kingdom to New Zealand on approved gonrant* for payment in the colony. Through Bookings to West Coast of South America, Falkland Islands, Bahia, and Per* nambueo. For Further nartloulars apply to '•'■' ' TEE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED, 9 Bond street. Dune-Jin. »HAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COMPANY LIMITED. FOR LONDON. . r . ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS,, With Superior Accommodation for all Clasuei. of Passengers, sailing at Monte Video or Rio de Janeiro, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. 1897. 6,316 Wellington Oct. 9 4,753 Wellington Nov. 6 6,200 - Dec. 9 OABQO BTEAMEES. Mamari, ... 3,683 Lyttelton. Nov. 1 :• 'Rangatira ... 4,015 Nov Matatua ... 3,322 Nov. Pakeha ... ... 4,331 Dec. " Tokomaiu 6,238 | Passengers forwarded from Dunedin to For of Departure of Mail Steamer FREK. Special facilities are afforded for bringing out friends and relatives from Home by Issue of paasago orders in the colony. For Freight or Passage apply to the Agents NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY COM- . PANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO. DALGKTY AND COMPANY. LIMITED' HUDDART, PARKER AND CO. PRO- ' PRIETARY, LIMITED. DUNEDIN TO SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON WELLINGTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE, AND AUCKLAND. SS. A N G L T A N, s TUESDAY. OCTOBER 26. Dunedin Wharf 2 pm, All Tickets abb available also fob Stopevas ob Retubn by ANY of the UNION COMPANY'S STEAMERS, and the holders of *4ie UNION STFAM SHIP COMPANY'S Tickets may travel by the WESTRAMA or ANGLIAN. For further particulars apply to WEILL AND CO.. LTD., Agents. S.S. ONSLOW. WINTER TIME-TABLE. SS. ONSLOW leaves Portobello for Dunedir • 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 eaoh way. Ordinary Time-table suspended on Holidays. INSURANCE NOTICES. \ USTEALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. New Zealand Branch: Head Office, Custom house Quay, Wellington, Local Board op Directors : The Hon. Morgan S. Grace, M.D., 0.M.G., M.L.C. (Chairman). The Hon. Charles J. Johnston, M.L.C. (DeputyChairman). Alfred De Bathe Brandon, Esq. The Hon. Edward Richardson, 0.M.G.. M.L.O. John Duuaan, Esq. THE OLDEST, WEALTHIEST, AND MOST PROSPEROUS ' AUSTRALIAN LIFE OFFICE, AND THE LARGEST IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE, The Only Mutual Life Offiob Which declares A BONUS EVERY YEAR. The Method of Valuation adopted by this j ensures a Larger Reserve to meet Liabilities than that held by any other office in tbo I Australasian Colonies. ACCUMULATED FUND EXCEEDS £13,750,000* MILLIONS STERLING). ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS £2,000,000 (TWO MILLIONS) POLICIES IN FORCE. Sum' Assured ... Cash Bonuses Divided . 128,996 ... £40,731,231 ™ £7,276,902 BONUSES: CASH BONUS for ONE Year (1896), £428,796, yielding Reveraionarv Bonuses amounting to £830,000, after making SPECIAL RESERVES. CASH BONUSES declared for last FIVE Years over TWO MILLIONS, yielding Reversionary Bonuses exceeding FOUR MILLIONS. ASSURE YOUR LIFE In the A.M.P. SOCIETY, And b*cure a BONUS EVERY YEAB. EXPENSES of MANAGEMENT, 83 PER CENT, on the TOTAL INCOME. EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary, B. R. STOCK, District Secretary, Branch Office : CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY, WELLINGTON. District Office: PRINCES AND DOWLING STREETS. ORWIOH UNION FIRE INSURANCE .1 SOOIEIY. INSURANCES .effected at Lowast Current Rates. LOSSES from Fire and Lightning covered. Claims settled with Promptitude and Liberality. . Agents for Otago: THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEE 3, ESTATE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, RATTRAY STREET DUNEDIN. EDUCATIONAL. SHORTHAND, Typewriting, Reporting, Bookkeeping Evening Classes from 6 till 10 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday*, Fee, 10s 6d per quarter for each subject. Apj Jy School. Athol plaen • or Shiel, Jetty street. Amusing Bbeach op Pbomise Case.—This is a familiar line in the newspapers, and one which always attracts the eyo. And yet, when we .come to read the report, how often do wo find that the case is not very amusing after aIL Indeed, considered righllj, the breaking of a promise is a very serious matter. A man who is once guilty of suoh an act is never trusted again. When we are suffering from Indigestion, sick headache, or from anv disorder of the stomach, why do we turn to Holloway's Pills? Because they promise relief in such cases, and have never yet broken their promise during a trial in all parts of the word for nearly sixty years.
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