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smppma. JTNIONtSTBAM SHIP' COMPANY ?Of NEW ZEALAND, T.TMt'TRn.^-; 1 * despatched as under:— / m I J? L,TON > nd WELLINGTON . lßooWng.PaßsengeratqaU\^e3to^3fcpcrfcii)--Rotomahana 11763,1 Friday, Oct. 29 Waihora 1 Tuesday, Nov. 2 F-SiSO train Mouowai ( 3J33 Thur., Nov i lo on train NAPIER, GISByRNE.’and AUCKLAND—* 1 Waihora 2003 Tuesday. Nov. 2 12.30 train Mararoa_|2s3Bl Tuesday.Nov. 16 2.30 train SYI?NEif-m WELLINGTON— Monowai : I 3433 IThun, Nov. 4 12.30.trainWaikare 1 30711 Thur., Nov; 11 14Duaedln" SYDNEY via AUUKLANDWaihora 120031 Tuesday, Nov, 2 12.30 train Mararoa | 2598J Tuesday, Nov. 16 12.39 train MELBOURNE via BLUFi? and Talune I 2078 ( Monday; Nov. 1 15 Dunedin Tarawera | 2003 1 Mondoy. Nov. 8' I*3 Dunedin WESTPORT via TIMAkU,.LYTTELTON, AKAROA,: WELLINGTON, PIOTON, ■ and NELSON— Omapere* I 6011 Friday., Oct. 29 16 Dunedin v Corinna 11279 I.Friday, Nov.-S : 1 5 Dunedin' Via New Plymouth and Greymouth (tranships at Wellington for PlctCn, Nelson). . GREYMOUTH. via OAMARU, TIMARU, LYITELTON, WELLINGTON,, and NEW PLYMOUTH— . Herald |: 6731 Wed;, Nov. 3 " | 5 Dunedin SOUTH SEA ISLANDS EXCURSIONS! . For TONGA, SAMOA,' FIJI, and SYDNEY; (Prom Auckland)— >' Ovalau 112291 ’Wednesday, November 17 For SUVA and LEVUKA (from Auckland)— Hauroto |TBS3 | Wedneaday, November 3 For TAHITI and RAKATONGA _ . (From Auckland)— Upolu 11141| Wednesday, November 24 CARGO RECEIVED AT DUNEDIN— * For s.s. TUI Day. Wharf. Omapere 2 p.m. Friday Rattray street; jKotomabana 2 p.m. Friday .Tongue y, Talune 3p.m. .Monday -Tongue ‘tickets available by -Huduart, Parker, and Oo.’s Steamers ANGLIAN and WESTKALIA. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING , COMPANY'S ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOR LONDON Via Monte Video, Tenetlffe, and Plymouth. . Passengers sent to port of departure FREE. Warrants issued for passages from the United Kingdom tbNew Zealand on approved guarantee for payment in tho colony. Through Bookings to West Coast of South America,. Falkland Islands, Bahia, and Pernambuco. For Further nartlculars apply to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING OOMPANY, LIMITED, 9 Bond street. Dunedin. SJIAW, SAVILLAND ALBION COMPANY LIMITED. FOR LONDON. -ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS,' with Superior Accommodation for all Glasses of Passengers, calling at Monte Video or Rio de Janeiro, Teneriffe, and Plymouth, felphic... Gothic Aotea Tons. 4573 773W 0346 Captain. Kempson Dudley WSotland From. Wellington Date. Nov. 6 Dec. 23 1898. Jan. 6 Fob. :t CARGO STEAMERS, Passengers Lit wanted from Dunedin to Port of Departure cf Mail Steamer free. Special facilities are afforded for bringing out friends and relatives from Horae by issue of passage orders in the colony. . vt or apply to the Agents; NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z., LIMITED. MURRAY, ROBERTS. AND CO. DALGETY AND COMPANY, LIMITED. SHIRE LINE DIRECT STEAMERS. OTAGO TO LONDON. 2,400 h.p£ 2.500 h.p. 2.500 h.p, 3.500 h.p. 3.500 h.p. 3.500 h.p. ~ , uioguuKcm oseamers, waion nave all been specially built for the New Zealand fcnde, and make an average passage of 46 days will bo despatched at regular intervals* Steamers are fitted throughout with ELKO TRIO LIGHT, 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, TURNBULL, MARTIN, AND CO., Australian Mutual Provident Buildings. Princes street. Dunedin. HUDDART, PARKER AND CO. PROPRIETARY. LIMITED, DUNEDIN TO SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON WELLINGTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE. AND AUCKLAND. SB. W B STRA LI A, • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 3 p.m. SpEo al Excursion Fares to Christchurch Races. Saloon Tickets, available for return to 20th November, 255. Passengers Dunedin M liarf, 2.30 pm. Cargoreceived till 10 a.m. All Tickets abe available also fob Stopsvkh ob Return by ANY of the UNION COMPANY’S STEAMERS, and the holders of the UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S * ravel b > tbe WESTRALIA* or ANGLIAN. For farther particulars apply to NEILL AND CO.; LTD., Agents, S.S. ONSLOW. WINTER TIME-TABLE. Cf S. ONSLOW leaves Portobello for Dun m ; a,m *> ,eavin 8 Dunedin at 4 p.m. On y, ednesday and Saturday, run an Ex slon, leaving Dunedin at 2.30 p.m. insteo 4 p.m., returning at 4,30 pm, FARES ... la each way. Ordinary Time-table suspended on HoIMa PUBLIC NOTICES. T O H N GILLIE ** FURNITURE WARBHOUB 18 George btheet, Dunedin, Has opened out Handsome Italian and Frei BEDSTEADS, New Designs, in Black and Gold, SUPERIOR KAPOK BEDDING, Spring and Woollen FLOCK MATTRESSES, all allies. - • Carppts, Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums," in hai some New Patterns. Furniture iu great variety to choosefrom. Prices sent on application. • Time Payments arranged. Terms very eas; JOHN GILL IB 8. FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENTS, v; IB Geoeqb street, and.ll Great Kino btheet, Funerals conducted in Town or Country, : All necessary Funeral Requisites kept in stock. Telephone 534. LADIES’ Tan Canvas Shoes, 3s 6d s nea -Tan Leather Shoes, 7s 6d; superior Glac -K-td, Shoes, 5a lid. Simon Brothers, : QTRACHAN’S Bottled Ale.—Special Brew T dy - Reault: Dall y ******. ■ *.T HE ,.y° R !P Went Very Well Then is the title adopted by Mr Walter Besaht ft fLlv’rr ls ;, Maay People besides th famous English writer imagine that our vaunte. progress is a mistake, and that the world wen ♦.t^ befor l the ,. da ? B of rail ways and the elec trio telegraph. Young people nowadays areap to despise the things which were former!] thought to. be good; but happily in a few essen tsai inings _we continue to profit by the expert once anu-.^dvice of . our fathers* In sickness w< tmn gratefully, as they did* to Holloway'i 1 ills and Ointment, knowing that no new tangled methods can ever take tho place o! remedies which have stood tho test of half i century.' . •

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10455, 27 October 1897

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 10455, 27 October 1897

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