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PUB&EG NOTICES. TADIES': TURKISH BATHS. Tlllfc DAV,.AND'EWBRTJ WEDNESDAY, Froiirß>a.inj to 9'p.m. Uiider.tlie peisonal supervision of MItS BURTON. mU;RK. IS H BAT H, MORAY- PLAGE.. 1 TIAr Greatest- Luxury, of the Age ! '. TrjMt. IP-yon wish to eiijpy your Holidays, Vfti'T THE TUBKISH. BA--1 ITy ! Monv;. Place. miPiD. swlmmTing bath, i JL' MOKAY PEACE. : Opemfrom. O"a.n*.> to 8-p.mi. m U R X, I: S H BATH, l-Sj MORAY PLACE. ■ W. S.-BURTONt. Manager (Latoof RusseJl.street^ Melbourne,,and. Kuston Road, , Lontlitm), 30il fc|F A L. E - H O L~ I D A V JJi. INTHE BUILDING.TRADES. \ Ifeh&vingJjcen arranged .between the Employers and Pperatives-jncho Building Trades to. introduce the SATURDAY HALF-HOLI DAY into the above Trades, Jvo beg: to announce' to. th«in> and. to the I'ublij generally thattafter JANUARY. Ist,, 1875, tins time for Reaving., work on Saturdays will to 12 o'clock Noon; and we hope, every man. i ngaged, in tho: above Trades will value the privilege, anti. deem, it a, duty to maintain the. much-talked of. ! SATURDAY. HALF-HOLIDAY. ij . < 'J-, ALLEN,. i Acting. Socrptany. for. Joint-Committee. T ONJDON PORTRAIT ROOMS. ; . Establishad.lSSl; R:ED,UCED- P. RI.GES. 'Die Proprietor having, angaftodi the services of a talented. Photographer, (J:ite of. Messrs Johnston and p'Shannessy's,. Melbourne), and. otherwise completed jarrangeiuents- for doing a more extensive—because •cheaper— business, in.future tlia price of • CARTES DE VISITE WILL BE FROM 12s-Gd. psr, doz.,, cash. 29d ; N.O.TIC E. JT TELE. UKDERS.IGNED, being about |JL«i to. leave Dtmodai, rcquwst that all claims iajrainst; me be sent in. or before. 4th JANUARY, 1875, 'and also request that all Oiccatuits due me be paid on ■or,before the abov.e:dat«i I CHAS. FIELD, |;iOd. Canongate Hotel. j SOUTHERN ROYAL MAIL LINE OF COACHES. :\/f'NEIL AND WILLIAMS, j.IfJL PROPRIETORS, j Bntwecu Dunediu, Invercargill, and Tapanui. The '■ iropnietors wish to call tho attention of the public to i their new branch lino of Coaches to Tapanui, which ' lease Dunedin, Inverairgill, and Tapanui, every MONDAY and FRIDAY. Passengers from Invercargill ' taking tickets by this line will be forwarded from ; Balclutlia to Duuedin by Messrs Yeend and M'Neill. ! Note.—Passengers from Dunedin are particularly I requested to book by Messrs Chaplin and Co.'s 7.30 COACH, as the South Coach starts immediately on its : arrival at Balclutha, and Messrs Chaplin ai.d Co. are our only agents in Duuedin.?. On M'NEIL and WILLIAMS. OTAGO HARBOUR BOARD 6 PER CENT. DEBENTURES, DUE 1913. A PPLTCATIONS are invited by the -OL Colonial Bank of New Zealand for the whole or part of the first issue of the Otago Harbour Board Debentures, amounting to £20,000. The Debentures will be issued for £100 each, and will bear interest at tho rate of G per cent per annum, principal and interest beins; payable at the option of applicants either in London, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, or Dunedin. The entire loan, which is secured on the Harbonr Property and Revenues, is repayable by annual drawings after five years from date of issue, the total sum being payable not later than the year 1913. Further particulars may be obtained at tho chief office of the Colonial Bank of New Zealand, Duuedin, who have been appointed Agents by the Board. Ihe Debentures will be allotted as applied for, and interest allowed for payments made prior to the date of issue, which has been fixed as the Ist January, 1875. i Byordcr of the Board. JOHN L. GILLIES, Secretary. Dunedin, 17th November, 1874. 18_ Patronised by H.M. the Queen, H.R.H. the Prince and Princess of Wales, The Principal Nobility of the English Midland Counties, and Their Excellencies Sir George Grey, Sir George F. Bott'cn, and Sir G. Fergusson, Governors of New Zealand. T>URTON "BROTHERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS AND ARTISTS, PmxcES Street, Duxediu, Have opened the Season of 1874-5 with a REVISED PRICE LIST, So that they are now producing the HIGHEST CLASS of PHOTOGRAPHY at exceedingly MODERATE PRICES. ggT They are now exhibiting their new Panorama of Dunedin, taken from the spire of the First Church. See opinions of the Press. ldl ■*3 '. UNIVERSITY HALL. THE BAZAAR in aid or the Building Fund of All Saints' Church, Dunedin, will be OPEN TO-DAY from, 2 p vi. till (jp.m., and from 7.30 p.m. till 10 p.m. Admission, One Shilling. Children, Half Price. *!9d PARTNERSHIP NOTICE WE beg to intimate that we have This Day entered into Copartnership as Stock aud Station Agents, and Wool and Produce Brokers, under the style or firm of MACLEAN BROTHERS. John Maclean, ) Albx Maclean, j" Late J. aud A. Maclean. Hoou John Maclean, Late of Driver, Stewart, and Co. Dunedin, 2nd November, 1874. |v INSUR ER S IN THE TTICTORIA INSURANCE COMPANY V Secure to themselves the ceru»mty oi II.BIJB AL AMD PROMPT SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS IN THE EVENT OF LOSS. Established 1849. Capital, £200,000. W. D. MEARES, Resident Secretary. Offices: Manse street, Duuedin. 21n ■ftXATIONAL INSUrInCE"~COM- •*-* PAJJY OP NEW ZEALAND. HEA£> OFFICE DUNEDIN. CHAIRMAN: W. J. M. Larnaoh, Esq. DIRECTORS: J. L. Butterworth, Esq. E. B. CargiU, Esq. Henry Driver, Esq. Robert Wilson, Esq. Richard Oliver, Esq. J. M. Ritchie, Esq. Evan Prosser, Esq. Keith Ramsay, Esq. A LOCAIi INSTITUTION. Insurances effected on Every Description of Buildings,, Goods, or other interest, from damage by fir,Q. Insurances on Ships, Goods, or Freight, efected onfavourable conditions to the Assured, and Losses paid either in the Colony or at vessel's port of, disctarge, LOWEST CURRENT RATES. A. HH& JACK, 3a General Manager. OMMERCIAL HOTEL, PEEL STREET, LAWRENCE, J. N. STORRY, late <4 the Commercial Dining Rooms, Dunedin, begs to inform his friends and tho public that he has Leased tho above welWcnowu Hotel, and trusts by civility mid attention to merit their patronage. No endeavour on his pirt will be spared to ensuro the comfort «* thQS9 wh<> m W 'avour im with ft Visit. 21d

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Otago Daily Times, Issue 4015, 30 December 1874

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