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SHiPPIHG. NEW-ZEALAND, LIMITED. _ L2TTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers to all West .(tout ports)— Mararoa I 2198 I Tuesday; oct:49 I S3O " rarawera 2003 Thur., Oct. 21 ~ 230 m a 2ft,!,- J, m Fridfl y. Oct 22 3 Dunedin .NAPIER, GtSBORNE, and AUOKLAND>Ya^v^i. I Nov:ST- 2.30 train HYDNiSY via WELLINGTONTarawera I ■ £OO3 I Thursday, Oct 21 12 " r Thursday Octls 4 SYDNEY via Mararoa 25981 Tuesday Oct 1Q io *» f™:.. .Waihora 2003 Tuesday Nov 2 2sn t££ ? MKLBOUBNK virßLuMw Sf" |3omMonday,Oct.2s laDSfedm Taluue 20/8 Monday, Nov. 1 a?b train WESTPORT via TlilAtvU, LYTrELTON .-'-. AKAROA, WELLINGTON, PIOTON '>: and NELSON— . " '- Corinna 11270 I Friday, Oct. 22. I sDunedln Omapere* 601 Thur., Oct 28 6DuSdl° ♦Via New Plvmnnth <™A *..••'' . Wellington for Picton, Nelson). ■■ ■ r GREYMOUTH via OAMARU, TiMARU. LYITELTON, WELLINGTON, and NEW PLYMOUTH— , ? e £&™™ I 573 | Wed.. Oct. 20 " |sDunedin SOUTH SEA ISLANDS EXCURSIONS. Por TONGA, SAMOA, FIJI, and SYDNEY t> (From AuoklandVl- -- 11165 | Wednesday, October £0 For SUVA and-LBVUKA (from Auckland)Hauroto 11SSS ! Wednesday, November 3 *or TAHITI and RAKATONGA '■;•••■■ (From Auckland)— Up< £ u « »«« W 4l ' Wednesday, October 27 . . JUARGO RECEIVED AT DUNEDIN—■For B.a. Till Day. Wharf. . Herald 2 p.m. Wednesday Jetty Btrect larawera 4 p.in. Wednesday Tongue Kotorua Noon Friday Rattray street Connna 2 P.m. Friday Rattray street ■ lioketa available by Huddart, Tarker, and Co. a Steamers ANGLIAN and WESTKALIA'. pHE NEW ZEALAND ___^_ j _ - SHIPPING COMPANY'S ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOB LONDON Via Monte Video, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. Steamers, (ton,! •' 1097 Rimutaka 4515 Greenstroet Wellington Nov. 25 Kaikoura 4507 Forbes - Dec. S3 1898 Tongariro tift* Mayoss Jan. 20 Ruanina 6127 Bone _ v Feb. 17 Passengers sent to port of departure FREE, Warrants issued for passages from the United Kingdom to New Zealand on approved guarantee for payment in tire colony. ■••-.' Through Bookings to West Coast of South America, Falkland Islands, Bahia, and Per. nambuco. ..-■::; ... - For Further nartleulare apply to THE NEW ZEALAND COMPANY, LIMIjDED, / / 9 Bond strftst. Duno.v.t!. QHAW, SAViLL AND ALBION COMPANY KJ . LIMITED. FOR LONDON. -ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, with Superior Accommodation for all Classes >. of Passengers, calling at Monts Video or Rie de Janeiro, Tenerifie, and Plymouth. L S - S " M mander. **«»■ I Date. lonic ... 4573 Kempson Wellington Nov. 0 Delphic... IQQR Gothic ... 7730 Kidlev _ Jan fl Aotea ... 0313 Scotland Feb. 3 CARGO STEAMKRS. Jlamari... 3583 Levack . Wel'ngfn Nov. 18 .RaDgdtira 4045 Burton Dec Maori ... G2OU Moffat Matatua 3322 Holmes Pakeha ... "4331 Prosser _ Tokmpnru 6:38 Maxwell ' . _PasseDgers forwarded from Dunedin to Port ef Departure of Mail fctearher free Special facilities are-afforded for bringing out friends and relatives-from Home by issue of passage orders in the colony. „forfreight or passage apply to the Agent?; NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z., LIMITED. MURRAY. ROBERTS. AND CO. DALOETY AND COMPANY, LIMITED. I v CJHIP.E LINE DIRECT STEAMERS. 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.p. The above magnificent Steamers, which have au been specially built for the New Zealand trade, and make an average passage of 46 dav» will be despatched at regular intervals. Steamers are fitted throughout with KLEO TRIO LIGHT, and accommodation Ib provided for 36 Saloon Passengers. STEWARDESS is carried. SALOON PASSAGE MONEY, 45 GUINKAB OTAGO TO LONDON. For fuller particulars apply to the Manaecrs>. TURNBULL, MARTIN, AND CO?, Australian Mutual Provident Buildings. Frinces street, Dunedin. HUDDART. PARKER AND CO. PROPRIETARY. LIMITED. DUNEDIN TO SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON WELLINGTON, 1 NAPIER, GISBORNE.AND AUCKLAND. i S. ANGLIAN. KJe TUESDAY. OCTOBER 26. Dunedin Wharf 2 pm. All Tickets are available also fob Stop. QVES ob Rbtttbn by ANY of the UNION COMPANY'S STEAMERS, and the holders of the UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S Tickets may travel by tho WESTRALIA oi ANGLIAN. For further particulars apply tc NBILL AND CO. r.TO.. Asonts. S.B. ONSLOW. I WINTER TIME-TABLE. SS. ONSLOW leaves Portobello forDunedlr • at 9 a.m., leaving Dunedin at * p.m. On Wednesday and Saturday, run an Excursion, 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. x&miY IRUST MONEY TO LEND ON FREE-' HOLD SECURITY, In Large or Small Sums, for long or short periods, at LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF INTEREST. . OALLAN AND GALLAWAY, Solicitors, No. 2, Jetty stmet, Ddnedin. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, has Money To Lend on Freohold Security. .- WALTER HISLOP, Manager. THE Carlton Loan and Investment Company Advance Money upon Note of Band, Deeds, Life Policies, etc., at reasonable interest; special terms to tradesmen ; strictly private ; repayments to suit borrowers. Exchange Court, Dunedin. MO J.EY To Lend on good freehold securities at very lowest rates. Scott and Co., Dowling street. - ' MONEY To Lend at current rates. The Trustees, Rxecutors, and Agency Company of New Zealand, Limited. * ONEY To Lend-£IOO at 6 per cent. Small Sums to Lend on Bi-ls of Sale. Bills discounted. Apply Jas. Whyte, 69 Princes Btreet (opposite Pryor and Son) [ Ahusixg BtEAcn op Pkomisk Case.—This is a familiar line in the newspapers, and one which always attracts the eye. And yet, when we come to read the report, how often do we find that the case is not verv an-ÜBiiig after all.' Indeed, considered riglulj! the breaking of a promise is a very serious matter. A mau who : is once guilty of euch an act is never trusted again. When wo 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 nev<?r yet broken their promise during a trial in all parts of the wor d for nearly Bixty .years* :■■■,'■■■■■-■■■■■■ ■ .-■*

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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