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Shipping. UNION STJSAM SHIP COMPANY jffF^"^"^ 0F NEW ZEALAND |sf!i|4 (LIMITED). b-t a bove Company will despatch lU Steamers as under •— FOR OAMARU.—MAORI, s.s., on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. - Pasacnirera on Friday 8 p.m. Dunedin Wharf. Cargo till 4 •p.m. FOR TIMARU—BEAUTIFUL STAR, s s., on MONDAYS aud THURSDAYS. Passengers on Thursday by 5.15 p.m. train. Cargo till 4 p.m. Wednesday. FOR LYTTELTON and WELLING-TON.-TE ANAU, s.s., THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), Ist November. Passengers by 3.<!0 p.m. train. FOR NAPIER, GISBORNE, and AUCKLAND. - TE ANAU, 8.5., THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), Ist November. Passengers by 3.30 p.m. train. FOR PICTON, NELSON, TARANAKI, and MANUKAU. — WANAKA, SB., on MONDAY, 6th November. Passengers by 12.10 p.m. train. FOR MELBOURNE DIRECT.— ROTOMAHANA, 8.5., on THURSDAY, 2nd November. FOR MELBOURNE, via BLUFF.— ARAWATA, S.S., on THURSDAY, 2nd November. Passengers per 3.30 p.m. train. FOR SYDNEY, via LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON.-WAKATIPU, 8.5., on MONDAY, 6th November. TTIOR WESTPORTand GREYMODTH JJ (taking car"O for HOKITIKA).-MAHINAPUA, s.s., about THURSDAY, 2nd November, via OAMARU, LYTTELTUN, aud WELLUNG-ON. Cargo at Wharf. FOR AUCKLAND, via OAMARU, NAPIER, and GISBORNE. - SOUTHERN CROSS, s.s., on SATURDAY, 4th November. Cargo at Wharf. RJiOR FIJI, from AUCKLAND.— JD HERO, 8.5., on TUESDAY, 14th November. Officks : Corner of Liverpool and Bond streets. CHRISTCHURCH RACES. CHEAP EXCURSION. -ljl mHE U. S. S. C O.s W||||^^. S.S. WAKATIPU rH iiiiTtX—- will Jelve port Coa i merß for LyttelMONDAY, 6th NOVEMBER. Return Tickets availablo for a week at Single Fare. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED), Iq Bond street. QRIENT LINE. The following Steamships belonging to the ORIENT CO. and the PACIFIC CO. will leave SYDNEY at the undei mentioned dates for LONDON, via MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, DIEGO GARCIA (at steamer's option), SUEZ, and NAPLES:— From Sydney. From Melbourne. AUSTRAL .. .. Nov. 11. Nov. 15. GARONNE.. .. Nov. 25. Nov. 29. POTOSI .. Dec. 0. Dec. 13. ORIENT .. .. Dec. 23. Dec. 27. "And fortnightly thereafter. New Zealand passengers may connect with 8.8. Austral at Melbourne per s.s. Arawata from Port Chalmers on THURSDAY, 2nd Novoinbor. Fares to London, 15 to TO guineas. Passengers can book from Dunedin at a through rate to cover intercolonial fare and canal dues, and so secure special advantages. Passages from London can be granted in Dunedin. Parcels booked turocoh to London at Rkdi/ced UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF N.Z., Agents for New Zealand. DUNEDIN CUSTOM-HOUSE, COMMISSION, AND GENERAL SHIPPING AGENCY, VOGEL STREET. C< TEAM to CATLIN'S RIVER.—The _> s.s. KAKANUI, THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), Ist November. Cargo taken for Owake to be landed at Catlins at shippers' risk. Freight payable by shippers. Cargo received till 3 p.m. STEAM to INVERCARGILL WHARF —The s.s. KAKANUI, on FRIDAY, 3rd November. Cargo received till noon. FOR HOKITIKA.—The MARTHA REID. Cargo received in Sheds. KEITH RAMSAY, Agent. pi E OR G E BL V T H, VJT Custom-house asd Snimsa Agent, Will despatch i Tor Auckland Vision Loading For WeUington Mary Ogilvie Early For Napier Zior Early GEORGE BLYTH, Agent. STEAM TO LONDON, HAMBURG, AND ANTWERP, VIA SUEZ CANAL. FEBRUARY WOOL SALES. iTKJk. T^HE Al Sloman Line & O R K. J_ JM J- vj 3000 tons burthen, 11. Pauls, Commander, will be dcspitchod Urom PORT CHALMERS for London, via Suez Canal, about the MIDDLE OF NEXT MONTH. A limited number of passengers will be booked. Tho Sorrento goes via Suez' Canal in order to be in ample time for the February Wool Sales, and as a large portion of her cargo is already engaged, intendin? shippers should make early application for space. Shippers to the Continent will have the advantage of through carriage at low rates. For rates of passage and freight, and all other in(OTmaUon'aPPlyt° GIBBS, BRIGHT, ft CO., Bond street. OVERLAND ROUTE VIA TORRES STRAIT TO SINGAPORE AND HONGKONG. THE EASTERN AND AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY (LIMITED). -wa. npHE Company's splendid wUI be despatched from Sydney i_ririi_< nrM_i—— j_ Q above Ports about the beginning of December. Chinese and European passengers booked through to Hongkong. Passengers and cargo per Wakatipu on SATURDAY, 4th November, 1882. Full particulars as to rates Qf freight and passage, money obtained from GIBBS, BRIGHT, _ CO., Agents, 27 0 9 Bond street, Dunedin. TTT ijJIOR GREYMOUTH S|*«a%s. 5} DIRECT. |giKSgi§K Tho JESSIE NICCOL 2|K_g will receive Cargo on THURSDAY, at Rattray Btreet Wharf, and will have despatch. For freight apply . O r WM. ELDER, l n Port Chalmers. -i3_*_?k. HP HE KEW ZEALAND express company, g^™^*™" general customs _ express FORWARDING AGENTS, Despatch PARCELS, PACKAGES, _c, by Express »nd Goods Trains to all Stations connected with Dundin by rail, Daily. To Northern and West Coast ports by every steamer. To the Australian Colonies Weekly. To Great Britain and tho Continent of Europe via Melbourne, by mail and other steamer, Fortnightly Parcels forwarded by or ordered through the N.Z. Pipress Co. delivered promptly on arrival at destination, without trouble to consignees. Order from Melbourne through t. xATE, 13 Market fcroet; Great Britain, W. R. SUTTON _ CO., Golden m»p, Barbican, London, and overy town in Britain. ?_ftCELB RATE.-LONDON TO NEW ZEAL_KD. 21b lb 101b 161b 201b jj gi Bs "B 6d 10s 15s 6d fOlb 401b GOlb 801b 1001b Us Ws ed 523 6d Ms 6d BCa. CAMPBELL k CRUST, 7 MfttlßO fltreet. DutiA n. Situations Vacant, Caoh advertisements under this head, not exceeding fou/tcon words, will be charged SIXPENCE. WANTED, competent REPORTER for a Morning Journal. Unclose copy of testimonials.—Address Reporter, Box 110, Duiiedin. In WANTED, by GROOM, COiCHMAN, or GARDENER ; first-clasa reference if required.— R. W. Edgcworth, Times Office. 310 WANTED, HoUßemaide, Nursemaids, Cooks, Laundresses, Dairymaida, General Servants— Oamaru, Dunedin; good wages.—Miss Allan's, St. Andrew street. In WANTED, Blacksmiths. Boys, Couples, Plough men Storemen, Barmaids, 20 Domestics (hotels, farms, stations). Milkers, Nurscgirß Gront'i. _> WANTED, on the Goulburn to Cooma Railway, Sydney Waterworks, and Sydney Tramways 500 Railway Men—Navvies, Miners, Tunnel-bricklayers, Brick-moulders. Bridge-builders, _;., &o. Two yearn work ; splendid climate, plenty of excellent wood and wa ter —iinolv on the Works :or to water. *PP'> pHAMi ANGUSi & co., 31 0 703 Oeorge street, Sydney, N.S.W.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Otago Daily Times, Issue 6465, 1 November 1882

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