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U»^i ul SHD? COMPANY OF .;.- OT ZEALAND, LIMITED. £>t wUI be despatched as under:— ,*, and WELLINGTON (Boofang Passengers to all West Coast porti)Manapouri 117831 Thur., Nov. 4 llDunedin Waffe U^&lW™ 6 wautare | 3u711 Wed.. Nov. 10 UDnnpdin WAPiER, GISBuRNE.'aud'aUOKLAmS)! Rotorua 926 Friday, Nov. 5 l3Dunedin Mararoa 2598 Tuesday, Nov 1G «taS Waihora J.20U3 Tuesday Nov 30 Jlm train" SYDNEV via WELLINGTONManapoim 17831 Thur., Nov. 4 |2Dunedin Waikan 130711 Wed.,' Nov. 10 » SYDNEY via AUOKLANDMararqa 12598 I Tuesday, Nov. 10 18.30 traifc N Y?i. h ,°£\~J ' Tuesday, Nov. 30 2.30 tiain MELBOURNE via BLUFF and HOBARP™ Tarawera I 2003 | Monday, Nov. 8 I 3 Dunedin Wakatipu | 19i5 | Monday, Nov. 15 4Dunedin WESTPORT via TiAiAtvU, LYiTELTON. AK4ROA, WELLINGTON, PiOTON, : andNELSONConnnn 11279 I Friday, Nov. 5 15 Dunedin *^ n l? r ™' CO I Thur., Nov. 14 15 Dunedin V la New Plymouth and Greymouth (tranships at Wellington for Picton, NelsonX GREYMOUTH via OAMaRU, TIMARU. LYiTELTON, WELLINGTON, and ■ . „ NEW PLYMOUTH— I 573 | November 7 | sDunedin c SO £lE SBA ELANDS EXCURSIONS. For TONGA, SAMOA, FIJI, and SYDNEY . ■ (From Auckland)— °, val ¥' 1 1229 I Wednesday, November 17 for &LVA and LEVUKA (trom Auckland)Hauroto 119SS | Wednesday, December 1 • For TAHITI and RAKATOAGA ._" , (From Auckland)— Up ?, u .««^-' uil l Wednesday, November 2» CARGO RECEIVED AT DUNEDINFors.s. Till Day. Whart. Manapoim Noon Thursday Tongue Comma 3 p.m. Friday Rattray street Uotonia Noon Friday Tongue ~», / I P- U1 - Saturday Jettyßtreot lickets available by Hudaart, Parker, and Co. a Steamers ANGLIAN and WESTKALIA. -a-Cr> NEW ZEALAND . -JllWs SHIPPING"^^^^^s3 COMPANY'S ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOR LONDON Via Monte Video, Tenerlffo, and Plymouth. Kaikoura 4507 Forbes Tongariro 4163 Mayoss Kualiine 6127 Bone Dec. 23 IS9B Jan. 20 Feb. 17 Passengers sent to port of departure FREK. Warrants issued for passages from the United Kingdom to Now Zealand ou approved guarantee for payment In tho colony. Through Bookings to West Coast of South Amorioa, Falkland Islands. Bahia, and TerFor Further particulars applj to IHB NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COM. ' PANY, LIMITED, 9 Bond street. Danr^in. (HAW, SAViLLAND ALBION COMPANY kJ LIMITED. FOR LONDON. -ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, . with Superior Accommodation for all Classes of Passengers, calling at Monte Video or Rio do Janeiro, Ter.eriffe, asd Plymouth. S.S. iTons.i Captain. From. I Date. 3 Kciupson Wellington Nov. 6 - Dee. 23 I ISPS 730 Kidley - Jan. 'c Aotea ... KUU Scotland - IFeb. 3 CARGO STEAMERS. Maman... 30b3 Levack Wel'ugt'n Nov. 18 Rang.ttira 4015 Burton Dec Maori ... 520 D Moffat Matatua 3322 Holmes Pukeha ... 4331 Prosser Tokomaru 6238 Maxwell Passengers forwarded from Dunedin to Port of Departure of Mail Steamer fhee. Special facilities are afforded for bringing out friends and relatives from Home by Issue of passage orders in tho colony. For freight or passage apply to the Agents : NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z., LIMITED. MURRAY, ROBERTS, ATNDOO. DALGETY AND COMPANY, LIMITED. SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COMPANY LIMITED. R.M.S. lONIC, FOR LONDON. NOTICE TO PASSENGERS. JUJTj- T>ASSENGERS booked for JL above steamer muit proceed by the MANAPOURI, , to sail for Wellington on THURSDAY, at 1 oVock, from Dunedin. DALGETY AND COMPANY, LIMITED, Agents. HIRE LINE DIRECT sv.nx STEAMERS. OTAGO TO LONDON. FIFESHIRE NAIRNSHIRE MORAYSHIRE PERTHSHIRE BUTESHIRE BANFFSHIRE 5,000 toni 2,400 h.p. 5,100 tons 2,500 h.p. 5,100 : tons. 2,500 h.p. 8,000 tons 3,500 h.p. 8,000 tons 3,500 h.p. 8,100 tons 3,500 h.p. The above magnificent Steamcra, which have all been specially built for tie New Zealand trade, and make an average passage of 46 days will be despatched at regular intervals. Steamers are fitted throughout with ELEO TRIO LIGHT, and accommodation is provided for do Saloon Passengers. STEWARDESS is carried. SALOON PASSAGE MONEY, 45 GUINEAS OTAGO TO LONDON. . For fuller particulars apply to the Managers. TURN3ULL, MARTIN, AND CO., Australian Mutual Provident Buildings. I Princes street. Dunedin. ■ HUDDAKT. PARKER AND CO. PROPRIETARY, LIMITED. DUNEDIN TO SYDNEY VIA. LYTTOI.TOr WELLINGTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE'ff. * AND AUOKLAND. I S. W E S T K ALI A. >• MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 3 p.m. Spec al Excursion Fares to Christchurch Races. Saloon Tickets, available for return to 20th November, 255. Passengers Dunedin Wharf, 2.30 p m.. Cargo received till 10 a.m. All Tiokets aeb available also poe SrorSVKB on Rxtuen by ANY of the UNION COMPANY'S STEAMERS, and the holders of the UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S Tickets may travol by tbe WESTRALIA or ANGLIAN. For further particulars apply to NBILL AND CO.. LTD.. A?™t*. S.S. ONSLOW. WINTER TIME-TABLE. SS. ONSLOW leaves Portobollo for Dunedlr • at 9 a.m., leaving Dunedin at 4 p.m. On Wednesday and Saturday, run an Excur. slon, leaving Dunedin at 2.30 p.m. Instead 4 p.m., returning at 4.30 p.m. FARES ... Is each way. Ordinary Time-table suspended on RolMa INSURANCE NOTICES. UNION FIRE INSURANCE ±H SOOIEIT. INSURANCES c-ffetted at Lowest Current Rates, LOSSES from Fire and Lightning covered. , Claims settled with Promptitude and Liberality. Agents for Otago: THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, RATTRAY STREET DTTNttnTO. 7MOTHKR, I aji Cut op Sobts."—tie who uttered these words was a strongly-built young tellow, with clean-cut, intelligent features ; but a glance was enough to show that he was run down by work and worry. His head was heavy, his eyes lacked brightness, he wa3 languid, and the fiend of indigestion had printed its marks upon his face. "My boy," replied the good and* wise mother, "be advised this once by me. Let me doctor you." The lad readily assented, and in a trice Holloway's world-famed pills were produced. 1 hey soon did their work, and in a day or two the young fellow went about his' work like a new man filled with strength and energy.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 10461, 3 November 1897

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