Shipping, THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY'S LINK. REGULAR MONTHLY BISSOT STSAH LINE TO LONDON. * "jhj^- TpHB following magnlfi--s?*Swgcs^. _sL cent full-powered 3^llXl^2*' SUE AM E R 3 will be despatched as under: — St&ansera. §| J*"?' PRmi' jb| : «| muder. Dapartoe . gj| Tongariro .. 4170 Halleit Lytt«lton Aug. 30 lonic .. .. 4753 Cameron — Sept. Aorangl .. 4170 Turpln — Sept. Doric .. . .. 4744 Jennings — Oct. Ruapehu ~ 1170 Crutchley — Nov. The above are all new steamers, built of etecl, and commanded by men o! great experience. The Passenger Accommodation la replete with every modem convenience, And the dietary scale such as will Bti3t»in iha well-earned reputation ol the Company. The Homeward route will be via the .Straits of Magellan, if weather permits, and the time occupied is not expected to exceed 40 days. An experienced Burgeon will accompany e»ch steamer. THROUGH PARES from PORT CHALMERS:— Saloon, from 60 guineas upwards; Second Saloon, 40 guineas; Steerago, from 18 to 22 guineas. Cargo now being ebobivbd. Siorasb frbh. For further particulars apply to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED. 10 Crawford etreet, Dunedlu. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING) COMPANY'S LINE. STEAM TO LONDON IN FORTY DA VS. ofea^ mHS COMPANY'S ' fMt and favoutito Bteol steamship TONGARIRO, 4163 tons register; 3600-horsa power, E. 0. Haimit, R.N Commander, Will be deapatched from LYTTELTON as above, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 30. No expense has been spared in making her passenger accommodation equal to tfcat of any steamer afloat. Ste is fitted throughout with electric light, and carries frozen provisions for all classes of passengers. . ■ , Special attention is Invited to the second saloon, in which are provided bath and smoking-rooms, ladies' boudoir, piano, &c, and which equals the saloons in most first-class eteamers. Last passage home, 38 days. Cargo now being received. Shippers of wool we reminded that this i 9 .the only steamer from Port Chalmers certain to catch the November sales.For further particulars apply to XHS NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, 2au LIMITED. Jp OE, C H A R T:B X, The firat-class BARQUE ELIZABETH, carrying about 600 toes, now due here. Apply to ' W. & G.TURNBULL & CO., 25au AgePJ8 :_ Situations Vacant. Caen advertisements und9r this head, not exceeding sixteen words, will bo charged SIXPENCE. WANTED, a thoroughly-experienced JOBBING COMPOSITOR ; permanent employment.— Apply "Willis and-Martin, Union Printing Works, Christchurch. • 22au MRS FiSH Wants—Three fiist-dass Barmaids (30s), Female Cooks, Housemaids, Ploughmen, I'aim Boys, Station Hands, Shepherds.—Grant's. 26au S~KENE Wants- Married Shepherd (don't object to now arrivals), 10. Girls, Men of all sorts, as usual. .__ . - . . . 85au MRS CHALMERS wants-Barmaids, Cooks, experienced General Servant,Laundreßß, Nursegirle. Labour Exchange, Moray place, opposite Criterion I Hotel. " 25au mRAVELLER WANTED.— Wanted, a Traveller J. who works the Qoldfielda regularly to take up a COMMISSION for a good House.-Address Commercial, Times Office. ' , 21au RESIDENT^" GOVERNESS. — Wanted, a LADY (Church of England) to Teach three little Girls, agos 6 to 10 Tone holduig^univorsity honour""c6rtifl-~ \ cate preferred. Subject*—English (thorough), Latin, French, Drawing, Music—Apply, stating age and salary required, to Mrs Coleman, Napier. - gljy A PPLICATIONS will be received up till tho 20th •^^ inst. from Persons competent to discharge the duties of FORESTER to the Maniototo County Nursery. Salary, £160 per annum, with free house. '. Apply by letter, enclosing testimonials, addressed to the CHAIRMAN,' Maniototo County, Naseby endorsed " County Forester." _18au AN I E D, A firßt-cla3a ; IRONMONGERY TRAVELLER. Applyjby letter to . ARTHUR BRISCOE $ CO., 21au Dunediri. REEFTON HOSPITAL. A PPLICATIONS for tho appointment of SURGEON J3L SUPERINTENDENT to the above, with testimonials and age stated, will be reueived until October 1,1884. Non-resident. Salary £260 per annum, with right of private practice. ■ All required information will be supplied by the Undtraigned. DAVID O. PRESHAW, Secretary. Beefton, August 12,1884. .• .- ig a u Situations Wanted. Cosh advertisements undsr thi3 head, not exceeding sixteen words, will be charged SIXPENCE. WANTED, EMPLOYMENT by Clerk; 10 yean1 experience; moderate salary. References.— Spes, 12 Maclaggan street, Dunedin. 26au WANTED, by a Youth, aged 17, SITUATION in Office. Nominal Balary. References.—Addresß Learner, Times Office. 22au A THOROUGHLY experienced NORSE, who is returning to Knstland by the Tongariro or lonic, wishes EMPLOYMENT on the vojage either as Nurse to a small family or Attendant to a Lady, in return fov half pasaage-rnoney. Highest references and testimonials.—Address Nurso, Box 124, Timaru. 21au __ Miscellaneous Wants. Cash advertisements under thia head, not exceeding eixtoen words, will bo charged SIXPENCE. PARTNERSHIP. -VACANCY offers In a wellestablished Business. No premium or goodwill required ; only £500 as working capital required. Noue but parties willing to take an active part in the, business treated with.—For full particulars address Box 15S, Post-office. . ip.au WANTED, Huntaway SHEEPDOG, broken on rough country; trial required.—Apply Robinson, Highland Home, Cumberland street. 25au T^TANTED, CHEMISTS' JARS, BOTTLES, &3.— TV Apply R, W. Parkinson, stationer, Greymouth. 26au WANTED KMOWN.-K you want good comfortable Boots and Shoes cheap, try City Boot Palace, 75 George Btreet. . ANTED KNOWN.-Heads of Families ana others should visit City Boot Palaco before buying elsewhere. mHE nimble ninepence beat 3 the slow -shilling. X Our motto: Small profits, quick returns.—City Boot Palace. , TXT ANTED KNOWN.-The Largest and BestV T assorted Stock of Boots and Shoes at City Boot Palaco. WANTED KNOWN,-Jußt landed, ex lonic and ,_, Tongaiiro, Ladies' and Gente.' German Boots and Shoes, glassy kid. TKTANTED KNOWN.-AlllTyloTlipß^ots^nd City Boot Pa 3acT de t0 meaSUr°: fit «u»iU*«d--■jVTOTE ADDRESS: OlTy BOOT~pII\Ce7 76 P* GeoTge stxeßt (late Elliott's). Just landed, German Felt Suppers, tzoa 2j. 2 gju M RS W!NEFIELD7^^tr7offic7Io7IERVANTS, Octagon Buildings, Duuedin. Town and Country supplied with Servants. 22iu WANTED TO SELL, five-year HOLLIES, threo ™!? ea t™nsPlante'J! EP'endid plants; 25a per 100.—William Martin and Son, Fairfiold, near Dunedin. 20au TTT ANTED KNOWN,-That Campbell's China Vv Bazaar is the Greatest Show in New Zealand. Inspection invited. WANTED, Ladleo como and gavo BO por cent, at Campbell's China Bazaar. The Goods must be Sold. WANTED, the Public to know that Campbell is selling nil his Stock Cheaper than Ever. Come early. Get Bargains: WANTED KNOWN, - Whole Stock ~MUST be SOLD at Campbell's, the Cheapest Houbo this side of the Lino 24my WANTED, THEATRICAL MANAGERS *nd Others to know that the Otago Daily Times undertakes the Posting' of WoodcuJa (any size), Streamers, Posters, snd every description of Printing on the most prominent poaliiona In the Oi4y, on the shortest nbtica. ISni TO LANDLORDS AND TRADESMEN OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. rfIKE Undersigned Is prepared to execute Distraint JS. Warrants, Billo okJSalo, to Collect Ronta and Debts at tho shortest notice. All communlestlonu strictly confldontlM. RICHARD BREW, » x, .. (Wlso'a Corner) 2 Rattray Btrool. R. B. having hod 10 years' oxperfeneo, has no hesitation In tnvttlnsr tbo patronage of all ol»s»og. %v
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