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MONEY TO LEND. >'/^/^/\— We have this sum in hand __ _ \y\J\f for investment, and nro prepared to advance n-:on Freehold Securities from 5 per cent. ; also on Furniture, Pianos, Cattle, Horses, Lif<j Policies, P.N.s, etc., at reduced rates. Correspondence Invited. HORDKR AND CO., 90 PRINOE3" STREET, DrjNKDIN. DUNEDIN AND KAIKORAI TRAM COMPANY, LIMITED. THE REGISTERED OFFICE of the abovenamed Company has been Removed to 17 High street, Dunedin. - . . R. COOK. . Secretary. OASBY'S " Wahoo " strengthens stomaoh, J simulates livor and kidneys, and invigorates whole system; 25,6 d All chemists and Grocers. ERir wins the-.day." That's why _. _ Maharajah. pure 1 Unblended Tea is selling like cakos at Browning's Hondai-Lanka Depot. ~ LADIES' Imperial and Royal Rover Bioyolas. „,. T A J »Tgo shipment just landed: 19in, 21m, and 23in frame. gj» u vans ara tamed for.their easy runniDg, JLV finish, and durability, whioh stamps them the best. Melville.'

I>QST AND FOCTNR. LOST, lately, Maid's Navy-blue Macintosh Cape; reward. C. Moller and Son's or Station-master, Kavensbourne I i » ' Horseshoe Pin, set-with pearls. XJ Howard on returning same to Taylor's Store, Serpentine avenue. u&i, bankeys Hymn Book, between _ I Qaeens Drive, and Canongate; name inside. Return Sanders Brothers, Maclaggan THE person who Found Silver - mounted Wooden Pipe dan have the case by applyiog Trice, chemist. ILL Lady who Took Umbrella from . . counter, Simpson's Fruit i<hop, Saturday night, return same, save trouble. WANTED Person seen taking Basket, Moray place, this morning, return, save trouble. Miller, baker, Caver^ham. FOUND, Splendid Glass of Beer at .-. _ •TottersaTl's Hotel (late Red Lion), Stafford street. Fred Carter, proprietor. ,„ GOVERNMENT NOTICES. - ; NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. OAMARU SHOW, NOVEMBER 18 and 19, 1897. OLID AY EXCURSION TICKETS to . Oamaru will be issued at Duuedin, «u, and intermediate stations, iccludinc branches, on FRIDAY, 19th November, availTrX* no r , eturn U P to and including MONDAY, 22nd November. The Return Fares will bo 2d per mile Firtt Class and Id per mile Second Class, tfce minimum being 43 and 2s respectively. On THURSDAY,-18th November, the ordinary Morning Train to Oamaru will leave Dunedin at 7.40 a.m.. Sawyers Bay 8 5 a ra , Pnrakanuiß 40 a.m.. Waitati 9,0 am , Seicliff 930 a.m., Waikouaiti 9.55 am; Palmerston 10 30 am.; arriving Oamaru 12.30 p m _ 0« FRIDAY, 19th November, the Ordinary ;;™, a - ra -- Train-Dunedin-to Palmerston will NOT run. The Palmenton-Dunback Train Seivice will be suspended, and the 4.55 p.m. PalmerßtonDunedin Train will NOT jun. A Special Passenger Train will leave Dunedin Purakanul 8.40 a.in:, Waitati 9 0 a.m , Sc-aclifi 9.30 a.m., Waikouaiti.9.ss a.m., Palmerston turning from'Oamam at 5.30 p.m., Palmerston 7 '™ p -^-; n S^ollfl L ß - 28 P- m - Waitati 858p m. The 7.40 m a m. Tram from Dam din and the 5 30 p.m. Train from Oamaru will STOP at any Station where.required between Pa'merston and Dunedirf to pick up or set down passengers.. .:.: .' ;•■■-.• ■ A Train'will leave Palmerston for Dnnback at.8.0 p.m., returning ffoin Dunback about 8.30 p.m, ■•■:..■ By Order.-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 10472, 16 November 1897

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