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Otago

OTAGO

No. 2741.
GLASGOW TO OTAGO.
Line of Monthly Packets
Patrick Henderson and Co.'sProvlnoial
Government.
under contract with tho

direct every month:


Ton Reg.
HOO City of Dnnedin
Wild Deer
1000 Peter Denny
E P. Bouverie
1000 0tag0.....
J K. Fleming
SC2 Jessie Readcnan
O.MAnslftnd
860 Wave Queen
AmieMnir
Helousleo

Tons Reg
108

WJ)1

PKOPRIETOB

MBS fIOWARD.
Late Mrs Alpenny,
Frincra street, next City Buffet.

~\/f
UUL
:0

a
10";

D
o
86

840
8800 Helen Burns
7
HeltmDewjy
60(
600 Jane Henderson
Bebt.Henderann....
out their friends cai
Parties desirous of
poseages
ssooro pa*
Bouro
us on favorable term on application to
CARGILLS and M'LEAN

750

M MEOKAN. BLACKWOOD. n<l Oo.'b Steamers wll


ttt deepatohed from Port Chalmers as I >llowa:

-mARARUA, for MELBOURNE, call

I S

A^ N^

S
A L L
REGISTRY OFFICE,
Geerje street,

Wanted, all classes of Servant

to ap:ly.

ANTED PASSENGERS by Cobb's


\S7
they can
w V
to

rely on being called


Coaches know
9 at the Occidental Hotel. Billiard balls cloth, tips
0 ones, &c., on sale.
1 V4/AJNT.k.D KJNOWIS, Drain Pipo ot

svery desoription; chimney tops, flowerpots,


H
ornamental vrbos, fernpans, flooring tiles, bricks, &c,
or salo, at LaiFbert's Wnter-of-LeithWorks.

TED KNOWN, Reduction of


1 VI?'AN
TV
Coach Fares to Wnikouairi, Palm'rston,
den, Otepopo, Kakanui,

Ham

Coaches,
at BLUFF, THIS DAY, FUIDAY. 18cc j

I ma
Dunedii
Cargo now being received.
passengers o on board free bj 2 o'clock ateamor.

/"IENTBAL REGISTRY OFFICE,


\J

Line comprises theunder


*3t& 'IA''HIS
mentioned well-known splendidship;
I^B^^y
Jmm&S&ano of which leaves Glasgow for Otag !>

Oamaru, Royal Mail

14n

E~^ KNOW N

ANT

of Coach Fares,
By Royal Mail Coaches.

Keduction

OTHENBURG, for LYTTELTON.

to OiMASTT,

for MELBOURNE, calling al fc \\T ANTED KNOW


OMEO,
NOVEHBSK.
BLUFF, on TTJKSDAY,
VV
to HAMPDEN.
Daily Coach
F*re. One Pound.

DALGETY, NICHOLS, and Co.,

Agents.

310

Fara One Pound.

KNOW N-

to CLYDE, eve-y Wednesday, via


LAWRENCE and TfcVIOT
310

Cjach

WANTED,
cent. First class

Cargo till 4 o'clock, Passengers at 0.30 p.m.


the
For further particulars npply nt
Offices: Harbour Chambers

\\at JJ. Martin's, next toVulcan Foundry,


' King
STEAMER Great
' Bugs,street.
ANTED to SELL, 125Dozen Real

Jetty
at 4.30 p.m.
2s Cd each.
Eeturn Tickets
Offices: Harbour Chambers.

18a

FOR HOKITIK.A.

S-otland.

MARY VAN EVERY,

Jambs Deuchbass

Master,

engaged, and will

Has tho greater portion of heroargo

, **

TENDERS
WANTED,
and Formation of Roads

WANTED,
Paparhantf-'ng.

Clieapr"Large
Q
WANTED
Lots
WANTED TO PiENT, month hence,
Box IC7.
11. Bentley
WANTED Known, that
Bilhard Tables.
Alcock'B
lantity of Clover Seed.

House, ci ht

Steamship

EXCURSION TKIP TO nAMAKT, TIMARU,


AKAROA, and LYTTELTON.

A.t-.,

ANTED TO SELL, in Melville


Lane, Freehold Hone and Land.Cheap.

E'.ty forms. Fredk H. Eyar.g.

Rnitray atreet.

T. S. COMERANG FOR SALE.

COMERANG, C 8horse-power,

mi built in Au.tr ilia of hnrd wood r!raws4ft


Jlin in ballr.et 6f 3 n when load&i with 100 tonn careo.
Within the lift ,vo aitnths )ms b. en ihornu^hly
overhaulen O' tan Auckland in.ljoilei sand machii^eiy
examined, hull coppered with heavy metal, and aloprrther thn vesfel i.^ i.i aa gsod a condition 3 whon
firai lauuehtd.
Apply to
J. S. M.-Ci'AELANE and CO.,

WANTED
Charter

to Purchase

WANTED KNOWN.New

Agmit, -taffonl a rcct.

filO LKT, Comely Bank House, Garden


aid Land. Forbnry TCoad, occupied by Mr Djnglaa.
280

New House in London


fllO LET,Apply
to D. Campbell, offico of this
JL Btrees.
paper.
8:i
npO LE P, House in London atreet. ApJL ply to D. Proudfoot :

250

01
Melville HoUfO, Melville Btreot.

Brick House in
fliO LET, Four-roomed
JL Howe street, near High street. W. Paimer,

on>rc misi'B.

y|< ANTED KNOWN.


Maggie, a Cargo of

JE.tau-.

For further partimi.srs apply to


WKHHT, S EPI.IEVSON. nnd Co.
If.n

GABHIAGEB fe VKHICI.WB
CO.

and Importer*),
Stuart street,
Havo on Hrad and for Sale
BUGOIES AND EXPRESS WAGGONS.
Coach

Builders)

Bopaire receive prompt

Landed

THE BE3T WALLSEND

attention.

ex

lofi
"
Bd

SALE.

for
yy ANTED,
a BLACKSMITH,

HAW.KE'rf BAY,

to take tho management


of a Shop.
With a good str>& y man (mnrried preferred) an
arrangement mit;bt bo made to take up tho jbnaicesa

on his own account.


Api'ly ts

SALE, 200 Acres, about a mile

'
,
,

ARTHUR BRISCOE and CO.

SALE,

TUTORS, CLERKS, &o.

IS AN TED, a TEACHER for the Side

7S. in addition 10
S.-h.,01, Wniwera.
school fees Appl catiuns urns, be f rwa d-d to vhe
undersigned on or orfore tho l'2th day of December
C.
Hon.
Sl-c.
W^iwe.a Di ttiot
TUOMsON,
next.
?y

Salary,

School C.-minittee

Editor and Manager of

Go i:& Ms New-^apii-. A^pJy, XV


Hotel, Manse streac

Z., Waiu'e

SERVANTi.
ANTED, THREE SHEPHERDS,

,..

'

Applj Dalgnty,

(7a

ANTED, a General Servant.


3

'

th;

Apply

iiiorni g. b;wcc!i 10 avd '2 o'clock, to


,L icI. Villa. Pelic-nt-t Bi\y.

> MrnG-orgeC o

.'

th. ANTED,

< et Tf
j

Cook

and Laundress.

Apply, Mis E. Mui.l.Vf, George stiu t.

Tho7^h

T
(VENTRAL
ANTED, a
'
SKkVaN W Apply bviwecn 12 and 2, to Airs
Hockr-n, Mor..> P'.a o

\1

v ANTED, two SIIEPHEUDS, with

c 17n

Dcgs, f.-T tA-onvnths'umpl

LUKEDIN

LijKTV.

Apjily nt
NICHOLS, ;.nd Co.
yni"nt.

AND i'OKT CHALnKKS

RAILWAY.

ANTED, GANGS of MEN,


\\J
Piece Wo;k. Apply on th! Works.
*f

for

ln

BOARD AND RESIDENCE.


OARD AND RKS DENCE,Apply,
in Pri-

vate Family, for Two Ger tlcmor.


Beaver, or Mntlieson Brothers, Princesstreet,

Mr

HENRT LYON,
Rivcrton.

hitherto.

39s

Gd the

In orfler to effect a spredy realisation of the entir*


stock, every inducement will be given, and all customers will be liberally treated.

Sirs Swaudo?rn

of prices Is no guarantee
/QUOTATION
tU whatever for the quality of the article offered,

B3T"NJO REASONABLE

OFFER

WILL BE REFUSED,

pUSTOMERS will

please note that we

ONLY.

THHOMSON, STRANG, AND CO.,


DHAP E
RAT

RAY

BS

STREET.

Miss Carry George,


To rouclurle with
ROU Gll DIAMOND.

THE

TO-MOIIPOW. SATURDAY,
Tho List Lo. <ki\ X v- ty, the Great Drsma of
THE II ) M E WRE C X
New an') eiiemiid sco-iery. mechanical efforts,appoint.
meiit--, i-c.
First appearance of the celebrated Low Comedian

MR W..\r.T!-,R HILL,
i.v ber o nights.

AVho If cr.gg. iif,r a limited

t A S

O N I

H ALL-

SATURDAY NIGHT NEXTTHAT NIGHT ONLY.

Printing

Stationery
Scheiules for

MR

Tendering may be had frem the Go-

vernment ~torek<eper.
1-t November. 1870.

AND

MHS HILTON,

Ina Ch jice Collection of New Songs.


Piuvb :- 3s, 2s. a\d Is.

17n

RACES

COBPOBATION NOTICE.

OTAGO

JCCKEY CLUB.
OF DUNEDIN.CORPORATION BOND-! F >R SALE BY TENDER.
The Cir.y Co.;nril invite T.rn-ers to he lodged at tho
be held
Town Clo?k'a office, on or before Wednrsday. fOth THE DUNEDIN RACES
November, at 3 p.m., for tho whole or any portion of
on WEDNESDAY anr. THURSDAY, the 22nd
10.00. value of Oori'oration Eor.da.
Ihe Bondfi a;e itsuabla under the authority and ami 23rd FEBRUARY, 1871.
provis'onn of '-The Otago Muncip*. CorporaHons
B)1 order,
Ordinance, ISO'S ;" bear interest at thn rate if 7 per
6YDXEV JAMES,
cent, per ai.uoip, payable half yea^ ly at the option of
the purchaser, in either Lone on, Melbourne, or DunSecretary.
17ii
{-din. t.nd aru secured o i the City R te*.
The B n.13 rre for 50 pach, or sunh higher am-rait
M may bi arranged wi h any purchaser, and will be
AUT UNI'TN.
rpdwrn-ibls in tee year one thousand nine hundred
Furth r piiticulars may be aiceitaineci at toe Town
ART UNION.
Cl-fksoflice.
J. M. MASSKY. Town Clerk.

CITY

Bn^

riOLDERS of Tickets in the London

EI.ECTION NOTICES
TO JAJIE3 WACASSEY, ESQ.,

Bairister-at-Law,

DuLedin.

E, the undersigned
XXJ
IT request th.t
will

Portrait7>or.rn Art TJnio-i are no'-ifled that


the Drawing wall tak" |/U'.'c at riiiaroni's Fr-nie and
PiciF.re W^re'.oure, George street, at 3 p m. on Saturday, tho 10:h November, and lire respectfully requested to pay the p.rn unt oE thrir subscriptions betweenthis and the time of flra-.vir.p;.
A few mare Tickets remain un old.
12n

-**-

Electors, beg to

"

Is !)d.
B'oad Le.if Legh m, 2s lid.
Frai eh Millinery Bonnets nnd New
Lo d n Trimmed Hats, grettly
ducert.
) Cimr.risin.st every
Children's > possible variety
) very cheap.
Infatt's

M-sli
do
do 4- CJ.
Made no sitTb" ilo SsSd.
Piquets ucri Hircoilas 1* 0,1.

ir>o doz Linon PrttP.frnm Is 4tl.


50 rlo Mn'in, Cambric, ni.d L-ice. Setts Is lid
H;3 do Kullla Frill* sv L-ice ie*. d.
Sewed Caml-ric Trir minp irom 'H i.
Prenci nrl English Ribliono t 1. vs th in halt price.
An immense vimec- ot Ladies' Fai.ey Bats, Clasps,
&c equally cheap.
Women's White Cotton H?s<\ from n-s. per pair.
3d do
Children's no
do fccx,

Brown Hj'lands.
from
fid.
"White and Grey Calicos
331.
White -n.lO.UFlanue'.a
I'iid.
Larpe Size White Blankets, 14* (M.
Dd
do Quilts,
fis 6f.
Loomanrl BlparheclDxinaskClo h?, fom2s lid
Printed C'.r.thTable Covers, lull aize, 8a 9d.
Muslin Curtains, G yrl Inns, 4a 'd
Linenand Cotton Sheeting, at cost price.

We su^joiT a list of a few special linpi. nil nfw


g o;s and imported direct, which will deserve tho
attention of Cash i uvns :
Men's Twee-1 worki- g Trousers. 7s fid
Do Fine heavy Tueed d>, 11s
Do very best v. an of Knplav.d do. 14a
Do Tweed Coas (new aud good shades) 15i
Do Tweed-nits, 3-s
Do Fashionable Suit (!ark cout with light
trOHSB !- !!! vp ) HI iO.- 0(1.
Boy's Kn ckn-bo-ker Suiti, 12s Gi
I>i Trousrr Suit- ISn
Do S.-otcliTwo.'dT-oiie-B Gs Cd
D i Moleskin Trun ctk 4- fid
Do Trnuwr* rt Vo ts, 12s Gd
Do ClothCajis, Is od
&c.
&c
ill.

'

BROWN, EWING, AND CO.


MANSE STREET.

| "-*-

v.

WPFRCIVAL
.

The whole of fur MRe-nifi'Tiit Strck of Carpets,


Flror Clo'hs. Hugs Dor MVs, slat.tir.gs, &c. (nil i ew
De>ip s. just lanced), subject to the same hwteiing
reductions.

CAiH. -INSPECTION INVITED.

_ _ _ _

Notice,

In addition to our ordi- ary i-tork. which fa this


season unprecir-nte Us largo and well-assorted, and
the >lrpr,enta notel above, w,; h vi purchased )n go
consi^nmei'ts in thisn.ti liet ata considerable discount
from Manufacturer's prices.

n |Oitimi to ;ik! up on th ir arrival.


These will lys sold at a trill n s advance.

XN

UNDEKCLOTHIXG.-T.ndiei1

fpHE

MILLINESY.Nw Styles in Hat--,

The LARGEST STOCK ir; Otago of


M' n'a Ci i-.- Con Hl.iit- Cullr-w<). from 5s
B-ivV and Yo ill's ilu(rill K'zesii, 2s 0
i
M. v' (tii.lc clothi t-- if ovt'iy lunuiii tion, greatly
rcdncfil
lien's White Dies* Shirts (liunn fronts anil 1 anils)
from <1* Bil.
Al'irKea'ut m-w stock of Hals.Tips, P. :t-'<=. trmhrdlap,
Br.cot.. bhiit Fronts, Stiuli-.&.. &a vtyy chcriii.
In alrtiiion to the above, we lihvu sccmod at an
average of nnf-third tr ilr- invniuepri. n 1 tgn ii dent

Owing to tho unupally rapid packages of Horns


Vcs^elf thisSoa'on. our Ste-k has ben unexpectedly
augmented by the arrivalof

STKKEI1 AND

INVITED.

IT

Coloured Broche and Striped Glares, 47s Od.


JACKETS.-Hack Silk Velvet Jacket*, 47s Gd.
Black Silk Jackets in variety, greatly reduce!
Black Cloth Jackets 6i 3d..

PEIKCES

INSPECTION

EVERYBODY'S FRIEND.

DRAPERY.

TBRM3

mous reductions from town price3.

CONTINUATION OF SALE

wore not, in

18.

GRAND F.WIiONAIiLi' NIGHT,


Under DUtij.f-uish'd Patronage,
Tin? ElepiUitComalyrf

HW.

In confequence of Dis-olution of Partner hin, tha


above Property is tor Salo. and in ritnateii in a
Southern Township, ai d Shipping Port of the Province of Ot go, contiguous to a splendid barley district, contan ng Eome if the test agricultural land
in the Province.
The Brewery commands a large area of country,
embracing si-veral Townships, a Goldfield. find a large
Up-- euntry Furminar and Squatting District.
The Mult Hou*e ie eecond to none in the Colony,
b;ing .bstantiaHy built, the appliances firn-ela-is a-:ii
coinpl.'tc, and working with tho leusc amount of
lanonr.
The Malt Hon-o. with n small additional outlay,
would carry 4i;o bushels per week.
The whole of tho plant is in th"rough working

business in sixty days hence, and meanwhile offer th


whole of their splendid stock for public sale at enor-

THEATRE

KOV; JIUEE

yrr

BREWERY AND MALTHOUSE.

giving up

FRIDAY,

2oth
Pro-

FimernN
Mil d B'ircwool and \Tarinbi
Provin ;ial CVa!- Green Isiand
S-liag Point
Do
Eng'i?h. Scotc, and Newcastlo, do
Irm-ining ry
K-roscne. Nc-at-fnot. Cntor, nnd Colza Oil
Plumbers Material and Wmk
Paints. Colours, and Glazing
Powder ami FH.e
P.ations an- M-dical ComfoH? for Gaol
Milk for Hospital ar.d L'rantie. A-ylum
Kutions ar.d Merti-.il Comforts (PTcliffive of
frcai), for Hospital, Lunatic Aeyluia, and
Im::iiErat.ion Dep~t.
Breid for Hcsj.ital nd Lunatic *sylnm
Do for Ir.dust. ial S<'hool and Immigration Depot
BationsMe tfor Hospital, Lunatic Asylum, atd
Iromitrrnt.ion Depot
Meat for Industrial School
Forage
Potitoea

ONLY.

hereby announce their intention of

DRINCESS

EXTENDEDAMENDED KOTICE.

EXDEIIS will be received at the Go-

UNDERTAKERS.

north of Winton Township, bounded by Great


North Road and Kai.wav li' eepen limd anc bush.
Water power passing through property. Bush
bounded by forest reserves. Lani in vicinity yielding
50 to CO bushels wheat prr acre.
Also, 200 asres, about two miles from Invereargill.
on Riverto- Road ; open land and bush, ad bounded
by bash reserves.
Larga proportion of purchase money may remain
on the property.
GILLIES and STREET.

AMUGEMEB TS.

conseijt to bo non iuated


joj
as a can idme to re aroint the City of Duneclin in the
General Ass-mWy of Nr.w ZsalanJ, at tho approaching
Children* Trim'd Hats:
General election.
MEETINGS.
4s, 4s Cd, ss. and upwards.
Quitenew and fashionable.
Henry Haworth. M.H.K. Thomas Collins
CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF OTiGO.
DunningBrothers
E. B. Cargill
Ladies Trim'd Bonnets
:
James CopeUnd
Ktbert Uillk-s
9s 6d, 12s Cd, 14s 6d and upwards.
alter g. geddes F. P. Mansfield
C. H. Street
A MEETING of Dirccfors will be held
B. C H.-Mgitt
A. M Fai land
Quite new and fashionable.
James llackerraa
A. Mercer
UNSBETAKBB,
Ht .Vain's Hotel, this evening, at S o'clock,
Sargood, Son, a-:<3 Ewen, A ex n<ier Gunn
Bonnetj:
MillineT
F antt Pt-11
per H Tcwsley
OCTAGON.
ileotings of Dinctoi's will be heli every Friday
14s 61, 1j 6d, 19 6J, ai-d upwards.
J- hn W. Jago
North and Sconlar
Quite new and fashionable.
!( John D.vie
<*erg Blyth
B P N E D I N.
evsning at the same hour untilfurther notice.
Alexander Jlacdonaid
Ghoriio T irnbull
Ladies' Silk Jackets:
B. H. Martin
W. H. M'Keay
WILL S. DOUGLAS,
lCs Gfl, 17s (id, 18a Cd, and upwards.
Thomas B Ulph
John H. Sanders
Secretary.
J. 1.. Butrerwcrth
J G Fildes
W.
Mason
Thomas
Dobbie
Ladies' Summer Jackets:
CELTIC, No. 477, S. C.
A7,
MURR
LOEGB
Hi.gh
Kirkpatrick
F.
Paiit
in.
7s Gd, 8s 6d, 10a 6cl, and upwards.
Late Spicer tmd Murray,
Henry VViliama
P. Power
UNDERTAKER,
James A. Waleott
Michael Murphy
rpHE Regular Monthly Meeting <.t
GEOBGE STREET, oppositeOdd Fellews' Hall.
Thomas M. Wilkinson
J. B. Mudie
Black ClothJackets:
W. O. Ball
Hen-y Driver
7s 6:i, Bs, 8s 6d, and upwards.
above Lorge will be helii at the Masonic Hall, en
Wil,
R.
and Co.
W. Reid
Henry "\V,i den
T Bay ley
Friday, 18th November inst., r.t 7.10 p.m.
Ladies' Silk Paletot?, in the newest styles.
Thomas Di k
W. 11. Uutten
R.bert Paterson
Eobert=on
Cnarles
By order of E. W. JI.
IjoualdHentierscn
T
R.
S P I C E E, James G .lc
Bilk, and Silk Velvet Jackets made to order.
M W. IlAWkin3
J-imes Robartson
BESJ. C. DICKITOy,
UNDERTAKER,
CJ.J r^e C( k
Go n:e S Bro.irick
Silk Sunshades (very cheap)
Sec-etary.
Will. S. Douglas
J. Ro?s Cur,d>ll
Established 1862.
3s Gd, 4d Gd, ss, and upwards.
George Young
W. J. 21. Larnaoh
And present Undertaker to the Dnnedin Hofpita)
CUA3IB-K OF COMMERCE.
\Vehb
H. M. Sobertson
J
S.
Asylum.
and Lunatic
51-.rdjKoss
Henry Wi-e
Silk Sunshades (lin'd)
Goorg.- \v. Grddos
Cari St- iuhoft"
8s Gd, 9s 6i, 16s Cd, and upward?.
G-EOKGE STBEET, DUKJBDIN.
Annual General Meeting of the
Thi m-s Hondie
John P. Ar.quctil
Next bat one to t'r.e Red House.
W. il Hodg' iue
E. P Kctij-on
-Clumber of Ccn-me--cs trillhe held in the City
Silk Parasols (lin'd):
J M llitrhia
James Mills
10s Gd, Via Gd, 16s Cd, ai.d upwards.
Coiir.cil ( hsmber, thi- afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
Michael Thoma? Spratt
J. Hjinm
PUBLIC NOTICES.
Ferguss) v d Mitchell J*mei Malcolm
Busineff :- To rrc ive the Kep;rt of the CornminitGeorgn \V.Eliott
Maurice Joel
Marriage Si?ks.Real IrishPoplins.Moire Antiques.
11. Heyma iscn
OTAGO PIONEER QUARTZ-MINING COMPANY. A. R. Ur*
tee, and tri elect Offi -ers for the or.niitg year.
John Silibald
Guthrieand Asher
KEGISTERED.
Henry p. Morse
In spite rf the aflvar.ee in the prices of all French
James Ma shall
J. S. VTEBP., Secretary.
AVillt..m Cavr Young
Goods, we have determined to sell cur Stock of Black
Giantf Firquhar
Ik Liquidation.
Silks at the uuual prices, and for the guidance of purDTJKE OF EPINB7KOH QUARTZ MIXING COMHenry J. Walter
A. Carrick
chssers quote pricesthe usual length for a dress
W. 8.->rron
W. N. BUir
PANY, iIACRAES UiEGIiT-ERED).
being 12 yards;
is requested that Statements of all J^tnes Mo'lifon
Ba es. siso and Co.
Claims against this Company, or the Liquidator, James Galbraiih
E. De.'Jarle
Bright Blick GlftC" Silks, 3s UJd, ss, 6s Cd.
A N Extraordinary Meeting of ShareP. C. Neill
The Alexandra Glnce SLk (wide width).83 Cd, 93 63.
be Be; t to the undersigned on or before Friday, Dec, B. Bigley
-T\_ h 1. e>s in tilt- al> ye C. nvmny will be held on
Juhu T. Wright
Black Ducupe Silks (very eoft ar.d durable) 3a ll^rl, 2cd. Full details at all claims on the Company should D. MLeod
Tuesi.y. the ti.h .mv of Dec- m tr next, at fourocloek
Gorge Whittingham
Jam s Af-UiU
4s !>d 33. 5s Od, 6* 6d.
be furnished.
p.m., at tie Oil! of Alj-rs Burton Brothers, Princes
George Jl Lean
Frederics II Evai s
Black Dr&p de Fianceiilks (wide width), Gs 9d, 7s Cd,
J. S. WEBB, Official Liquidator.
st.cc;, Dut edit). t> transact the follow .ng business:
Park Br.d Curie
T. S. Graham
B*Gd. 10s. llsGi.
P Barker
John Atae c.m
Black Gros Grain Silk 3 (wide width), G:Cd, 7s Gd,
To authorise the Di. ecdrii lo borrow lut-nfy, and to
Th mas H Johnson
J. Hyde Uarria
8s Cd, Os9d, llfifl, 12a 6d.
FRENCH PATRIOTIC FUND.
szcrie the repa;.niei.r :ie-ct.f, -ith u.ter. st thi-reon,
Jonu Tlnffiwu
by a mortgag- u li C.'jn, uny's litres, und by a bill
G Herbert
the Largest and Chearest Stock of
Car..hy
Ilnyn'a
B3T By fnr
Duuiel
Samuel 11
of sale of tie machinery, pi tut, go^ia chattels, and
Connedawl Fan y Silks in DunedinB ochee, Chenes,
Th mas Calendar
a Gar i.er
effects of the Cjmpauy ; o. to increase the capital of
A LL Persona residing in places where Rob-rt
Stripes, Checks, &c, &c, from 55s the full dress.
Gib on K. Tunon
J. Robin and Co.
Un i omyatiy.
no Committee has been formed, or printed lists E. Mason
And o hers.
To elect four 'Mrectors. Mess's J. Batbgite, A. H.
Patterns free by pot,
Burton, and J J. Tine are all eligible :o re-eleceion,
forwarded, wi3hirg to subscribe to the abovo Fund,
and offer th msa.vcs accordingly.
are respectfully requested to send their donations to A. ri ENTLEMEN In compliance with
T-jiJu t a .-. u-dtor.
Cambric liar dberchiefs
Any Shareholder intending to propose hinrelf orany
I beg to intimate my willingness
Augan, Hon. Secretary, Central Committee, Otivjo VJT your request,
4Jd, Sid, Gd, Si, 9d, If.
to conte.-t the rep c eutation of Dunedin nt the ensuingelection for the return vf members to serve in the Diectir, isnqu'-sfrv to
n >v c of his intention
Hotel, Dunedin.
General As-iemuly.
In writing at the Oillce of -he Ciinpany.
Lawn Handkerchiefs
I thill avai; mysplf of an evrly opportunity to
JAiltiS J. TiIKE,
4s Cd. 5s Gd, and Gs tho dozen.
political
questions
various
which
you
address
on the
Manager.
17n
PASTRY CO 'X AND CONFECTIONER,
now engage ihe pusliu mui'i.
Muslin Chemisettes,
PfiINCES STHEET.
Iam, Gentlemen.
SOUTHERN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Lace Chemisettes.
iwur obfiient servant,
LI AllI'JEU
J. P in retiringfrom the above business, beg 3to
Muslin R. ffies.
James macassey.
thank his ratrmsfor the liberal support he has reSteithnff's Bnlldi'ig..
IS
LIQUIDATION,
ce-ved f r the p.st liim yeais. and to Folicit a eon1870.
17n
lGih November.
Sewed Seti, ss, worth 83.
tinuanreof the samo to his tuCLCSsortMes ra Dunning Brothers.
Linen Collars. 210 dozen :Is 64 the dozen.
BLECTIJN NOTICE.
accordance with the provisions of
Spottrd Falls : Gd each.
J. PROUD.
the Joit t ritcrek Conip,m:es A>:t. I h reny convene
November I2tu, 1870.
White Cott-rn Hos?:
WINTER a uieering
TUT
R
JAMES
of In- slur hukics in thi^ C un any. to be
lr^d prr ta:r ; ihiee pair- ior 2sGd.
h.-ld in u,y ctlic-. Tuuiu.e Ch .inbe s. 1" incts street,
W. 1 address the
Coloure.i Cotton H'se
: TN reference to the above
Duiied n. on Wei cdi.v. the tw nty-eii;: th day o
Messrs
Is, Is id, lsCd.
FATaPAYr.B.3 OP S^UTH WAED
Dunning Brothers havo great pleasurein informetL'ps may be t>.ken for ths MiiaL is o.utio.iolciie Com
Lislo Thrpal Kose:
pany.
AT
ing the public of Dunedinanil suburbs, tint they have
Is Gd ].cr pair ; 8s per half dozen.
ngi'ist the Company or
ttitemc-its of ill
EVENISG,
by
Mr J. WATSO'I'S ROYAL HOTKL, THIS
purchased the business hitherto carried on
the Liquidator* shon'd he ren if o t to the mv.iera'gn&i,
Ladiea' UnderUeMiing.
on orb-fo-.. F iiiay D c mbe.-M.h. or cl.iiin ints' will
Atight o'clock.
Proud, andthey trust by i trict attention to the waits
Laics1 U.^dcrcloihlng.
ba excluilrd from pat ticipatiOQ in th.; ..iviu>."ud about
Lridies' Underclothing.
of their customers, to merit the s line liberal patronage
to be declared
A very larga nn^ chean Stork 1f Says. pnd every
upon
predecessor.
their
ZEGAL
NOTICES.
bestowed
FirsJf am C. Cuiihvell, Orl'.c al Liquidators,
article of Lartirs' ana Children'sUn>ercl< thing, whu-h
J. S. WEBB.
ohcapfr
buying
full
than
the
calico
and
will ba founu
14n
DUNNING BROTHERS.
making
materials for
ut homo.
Dun. din, 17l!i N lveiibcr IS7>.
RCAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
Wedding Outfit?, and (-very necessary for House
respectfully cautions
TJSWDEHS.
Furnishings.
IX BANKRUPTCY.
the tuibli.-. asrv.nat buying their Spectacle;
frnm ineom\ et*nt persons who do not underst-nd thn
scinr.ee of I'ptirs, for by fo doing th-y irjiiri th-ir
Calicoes,
VrOTICE.An Adjourned Meeting of
vi-ion. To remedy t,hw. buy o' the maker. W Prcivji'.
Flannels,
Pi-ai t'cn.l Optici,.n and Spectacle- maer. Spectnclothe Cr riiio a of Cnariej Cornalins, a Bimk-*Sheetings,
projiorly ground nnH adapted to suit impaired an
i ENDERS ure inviictl for tlie erection
Linen Damasks,
def.'ctive via o. Hi-' live Brazilian i'cbb!ca an ' rnpt. will tc held at tho S"pr..ino Court House'
tinted Spi'ctnclrs are highly recommetidodfor strengtli- Dun tii i, ou 22n 1 i^ ft., at 10 a.m.
Counterpanes,
of ADDITIONS and AI.TtEiTIOAS to tha
*
ening
lights.
veak
Blankets.
23j
Dated 17th November, 1870.
George stroet, Dnnedin.
Public Cfflces at Wellington.
>tating
prods
In nil these
we tuve no hesitation in
A. A. CATOMORE,
Uei.eral Cjiuiitions, Siiudtica ions, and Drawings
CHEESE.
OTAGO CHEDDAR CHEESE.
thit we give the very beat value to be had ior money ;
Solicitor.
as they are all boi.ght direct from the manufacturers
may be seen lit the OftU'ts of t..e Culcnial Architect,
ttellington; at the Generil Gove-nment Offico3,
A S Numerous Applications have been
IN BANKRUPTCY.
Au.-kiand ; tie Vo;t Office (Jhriaichurjh; and attlia
mado to mo for my Manufactureof Cheese. I
Tapestry Carpets
ATOTrCE.Monday,
day
the
21st
of
Custom House, Din'cdin.
hereby GIVE NOTICE that they CAN ONLY 815
Brussels Carpets
Kovembe-, at the Supreme Court, Dunedin, at
OBTAINED from Messrs HOGG and HUTTON,
Kidderminster Carpets.
Teurlerswill bo received by tho tm :crsigned up to
11
a.m..
has
been
int.d
for
the
final
examination
aj>pnoon on Motitiay, the li'th day of December nest,'
Grocers, Princes street, Dunedin.
of Jamts Skirving. when he will apply for his disJAMES
STEVENSON.
patterns),
9s Cd, 103 Gd, 12s
Tne lowest or any Tender u-ot neeessai ily accepted,
Hearth Eugs (new
24ag
Riverside Dairy.
charge, pursuant to the Bankruptcy Act Amendment
W. H. CLAI'TON,
6J, and upwards
Act, 1807 ami 1868.
Floor Cloths (new patterns), 2ft. 3in. to Oft.
9n
olonial Architect.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
with bar
Bnnedin. 17th Nor., IS7O.
on
WANTED,
rpENDEUS
12ft,,
15ft.,
(new
patterns),
Floor Cl".tns
Oft.,
ZEALAND DISTILLERY, "VTOTICE.An Adjourned Meeting of
18ft. w
Wednesdiy, 'JS.-d inst., for TiTO DSICK SHOPS
CUMBKRLAND STIIBBT.
the Creditors of James Hisl'<p. junior, a Bankrupt,
Dunedin.
Mastfn Curtains
will be held at the Supreme Curt House, Duucdin, on and DWELLINGS in George st:cot.
Lace Curtains
Established under Distillation Act, 1868.
22nd ins., at 10 a.m.
Swiss Curtains.
DiVID EOS3, Architect, &0.,

EARLY SELECTIONS.

Grainy

'

/TiHOMSON, STRANG, AND Co.,

Ladies' Trini'd Hats:


4s (id. 5i Cd, 7s Bd, and upwards.
Quite new and fashionable.

WINTON AND INVERCARGILL.

220

TIME

r\

"REMEMBER, FOR SIXTY DAYS

Summer Drosses, ffull dress):


ISs 15s 9d, 16; Gd, 17s 6i.
Patternsfteeby post.

Eldon Chambers.

Apply to

for
DATS

SIXTY

lls Bd,

H. P. HARDY,

BUSINESS.

UP

have removed to those temporary premises, B.ittray street, adjoining Mr R. K. Mnrray, confectioner.

Summer Dresses (full dress) :


12s Gd, 13s 9d, 14s Cd,

*.\.r."...*JJ 7?d
6|d

Summer Dresses full dress) :


7s, 8s Gi, 9s 7d, 10s6d.

On account of owner leaving th 3Province, Sections


14and 16, tipper Harbour West, containing over 20
Acre;", well watered and wooded ; m d-wny between
Dunertin and Port Chalmers Ra.lway and Road
formTg thronah the propeity.
Splendid site for privaco residence.
Apply to owner, G. P. Clifford ; or

DRESSES.-Fa- cy DrrF=es, fro s<t fid.

COAL.

splendid stock

..............

REITH and WILKIE,


Booksellers and Stationers.

On sale, Wholesale ani Retail,


By
JOHN FINDLAY.

for rerm^noi^t employment.


Nicholj, ami Uo.

<

Dim-

our already

in town. We shall give such bargains in tfcieje goods


as have never been seen bofore in Dunedin :
H. H. & Co.'s
Home Invoice
selling price.
prico
Is'2|d per yard
Isi^d

Is did
IOJd

Apply,

order,

to

Wejbeg to call Bpecial attention to a large purchase


of Muslin Dresses2sfifi yards- bought a job for cash

that J.
SCOBLE has removed his Branch Business in Princes
street to his old-established Boot an' .-hne Bnsinesa in
George street, where every Branch of the above Trad 2
will receive his utdivided attention.
l\ote the Address:
J.
SCOBLE,
G-orga Street.
280

Tv Let fo a Term of Years.

V* are instructed by Will-nm J nes


.t<
let for a te-m of year. hi-> yv 1-tiwn Ustnte tU*d
This spl(-n<-i(
T>ood in the Wuikonnitl Di*tMot.
pio^crty, liHn n : t.. b txylvd by any in tl:i
f/ro-vir,re i- sub -.ivi-tid int.. P d n'ks. and ciinsi-ta
sr.l land o
libnut 2 SOO ncrrp of fi: fincft ag i uitu
-which a Inrgr iior?.iou ib aid down i. Ei g i-h s:r.-s
TnpM.niMf. I'Diisc, Orn ,*. riarden. Or' h r". an<
Ontbniln-iiK", a-o .ill if tli- m'stromplcte hurnotc-r
and (iitrrt tor 11 i:m 1 man's at-ili<ihaii"it, whilst ih
F.irm Bnildin-s. il.irn?. '.&,l.V.ied &: comoriM'
every rnquiritK torcur:ying on tho per<vtion* of tin

SALE.

02 PACKAGES NEW GOODS.

the Inhabitants of
I*-ANTED,
edin, and Otago gon rally, to know

lIIH GOO..WOOD ESTATE.

Co,
WEIGHT, STFPITENSON, and
K-q

CO.

A Four-Roomed Cottage, in Cumberland street,


with Quarter Acre, well stocked with fruit, and
having the North Dunedin Cricket Reserve in front.

added

Which have bern opened np sind marked nt prices


calculated to mate a Thorough O ea-ance duiii.g the
remaining 11 days f the Sile.

J. tINDLAY.

Bjr

15s*

Bu'ld.ngs, single and doublo offices upstairs.


21c
Apply to W. (Jure Young.

ROBIN

I7n

TONS GLASGOW COAL,

TO LET, Two RoomsFurnished


TO LET, the Ground Floor of Young'a WANTED,

AND

Malt

T. Burts,

WANTED Known.Landed ex Wm.

TO LET.

House
fjP.O I>ET, Excellent Five-roomed
JL in Hannv.n str fft. Wm. Dalrymple, Jun.,
Land
4n

HEPBURN, and

still lower rates than

vw Tanks f.ir Sale, Cheap, ot A. and


P inces street north.

153

<

MLANDRESS,

18n

FOR

lately

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

NEW

from the England's Glory, Peter Denny, and James and we refrain from doing so, bat respectfullyrequest
Nicol Fleming and tko May Queen, which has just a visitfrom all buyers of Drapery, who can then judge
arrived, brings us 31 packages.
for themselves of the great bargains now being offered.

apply to

or Borrow,
r{ the R y.1
SICKS. B.'aiV Glaces nndGrcs
full dress.
News of that

PAMPHLET drac-ribin; Wreck


in i859. or Illust'atel London
Tfoar. Apply ofll eof .hi^ paoer.

A'ckland,

Apply Mr A. C. Bugg, Man=o street.

For particulars

have

44 PACKAGES OF NEW GOODS,

condition.

*'

First Quality,

GEO. S. BRODRICK, Agent.

We

\\f

aired^le,
Commander,

]C:i

Davio,

Goods taken at a low rate

purchaser.
4th. We am always prepared to give onr Customers
the full benefit of anyadvantageous purchases marie in
thisMarket

SAW MILL FOR SALE.

FOR l<t DAYS LONGER.


ANTED to Sell, Drain Pipes, PaltgUzwi Sawneo pifc Junctions. B nd?, Traps.
Flooring Tiles Chimney Topp, Fl >wer-pots>, &c, nt During the remai; dor of this Month we will continue
Also, Culvert Bricks.
Greit Reductirn.
I uildine
THE GREAT DISSOLUTION SALI?.
Bricks, t-c. N. Welhcim. t-tcam Pipu Woiks and A:, which
New and Choice Goo-is will be offered at
Poiteriea. Wa'crofLfith Diined'n.

% HE C. S. S. N. CO.'s

UnfurHifherl.

(Two

ANTED, a Second-hand Sewing


\\J
Machine, Singer's
Address,

Saturday, 19th inst., leavWill sail


ing Lytte'ron Thursday, 24th, arriving at Poit Chal-

ffIHE
JL

Address, with terms,

has leased the Criterion


best,)

PHOEBE,
H. WOKSP, Esq
Ommander,
despatched
Will be
for the above ports on TUESDAY,
22ad iusti.
12n
DRIVER, STEWART, and Co.. Agents.

I3n

10 suit pur5n

offlceof this vaver.

Greymouth, and Hokitika.

' ''

room?.

Post Office.

wonga

WELLINGTON. PICTON, NELFOR LYTrELTjN.


SON, TAKaNaKI, and MANHKAU, transhipping cargo and pas?cne:ers for Bnller, Wessport,

Oieis2Cthinst.

GUNN and ROS3.

chasers, Jago's St"res. Stuart stieefc

MAGNIFICENT

Kk.vjj HY.
fnr ub --ye P.irta on

particulars, apply to J.

For

place.

TO SELL,

Will be deFpntched firm Auckland for Honolulu on


Wednesday, 7th D cember. Passagesby this routecan
"be secured from Auckland to Liveiponl, at f:om33
upwards. An experitneed Surgeoi accompat.iescxch
Bhio. P-'enecrs ffom Dune-in proceed per steamer
leavib b
Chalmers on Ihursday, Ist December.
DRIVER, STBWART, and Co.
Agents.
12n

Afr.F&v

in Sun

BUYERS for Ward and


I* ANTED,
Payne's Sheep Shears, Nos. 38 ard 81. cheap.

fcrvice, carrying
Under Contractfora Monthly IfailMails,
and leaving
the European ai.d American
Auckland on the 7th of e*th month.

'
"^sMMxMkvh*:
A.

for Fencing
ymount.

Tenders for Painting and

290

THS CALIFORNIAN, KEW ZEALAND. AND


AUSTRALIAN LINE OF STRAM PACKETS.

Jft3s|i>

Sections in Mansforrt Bay


also on* do with
house th reon. 30 acre in Debo nh B*y,
and four-roomed house in Port Cha mers, household
furniture, &c. Apply W. Eicer or Jamea Madtgac,
Port Cbalmers.
14n

Jamo M Donald. Peninmla L:me X Inf.


VA7 ANTED to Purchase, Bank of Otajjo
T Shares must be moderate in price. Ap;ly,
Frederick H Kvana.
XBn T7l
F. Millar, Moray

SAH FEANCISRO AND OVERLAND TO


ENGLAND.

Favourite

to t^ELL, Cheap, Spring


Wheelbarrows. Carver,

D. HENRY
Master,
Will be de?patched ina fuW days.
For freight, apply to
KEITH RAMSAY,
Agent; Jetty street.
17u

r'\ HE

27s

Apply

LLOYD'S HERALD,

wonga

Princes street

WANTED

SCHOONER

s.s.

A.

Carta, Dray, and


blacksmith George street.

despatched.

jdt\^t THE

SALE, at Port Chalmers, Three


;
FOR
four-roomed
3

MERCER.

ANTED TO SELL, 1000 Posts and


\\
TT
Rail-. Apply, A. Fraser, Kaikurai Valley.

FOR ISVERCARGILL DIRECT.

$2immimaiM>

A W. MORRIS.

15a

just landed from

to Let, Four and~Five


\k' ANTED
Roomed Pottages.
Rcnt3 low. W. Oram

KEITH RAMSAY, Agont.


Jetty street.

;||g||^ -*

CALVES' RENNETS

210

Ball.

JthiK HP HEFavorite Clipper Schooner

agL tTIHE

SRLL, Cheap, Oposaum

jSNTED

PENINSULA
at 2.80 p.m., returning

Old

9a

Ma
leaves Wooeland's
Hotel every Wcdne3dtiy, passing Waikouaiti, Palmrrston, Macraes, Bydo, and Hogborn.
27n
T

EUNDAY, 20th NOVEMBER.

be early

W. PRAM BALL.

KNOWN, Hawker's Mount


\ A, ANTED
Express
Koyal George

SPECIAL NOTICE.

i^s!llgi~

security.

250

And in doing so. woiild point out the followingreal


advantages we offer to our Customers and the
Public :
Ist. Our largo business enables us always to keep
our stock New and Fresh.
2nd. It is bought in the best Homo Markets, very
few ships arri> ing without bringing us Now Good".
3rd. All intermediate proflis are thus saved to the

310

days At IIa.m.
'<
ANTED ~K NOW N
Woe TIMARU, AKAROA, and LYTTELTON.Th<
Parcels at Reduced Ratts.
B.s. MAORlthree times a msnth. Hex next day
310
of Bailing is
Per COBB and CO.
TUESDAY, 2.'nd NOVEMBER.
1000 or 1500, at 8 per

leave the

Apply to

callirg attention to our

SUMMER DRAPERY,

Shares.

T~ED K~N~O W~N


WOE
Dally Coach to MOLYNEUX.

ANTED

#r OAMARU.The p.s. WALLACE every Taesdaj


and Friday, at 9 a.m., returning on the following

WiH

UOR SALE.Bank of New Zealand

New Zealand, all perfectly sound and In good

310

We have much pleasure in


largo and varied stock of New

210

A N

gjgsfes. ff'HESE Fast Steamers will 1


jfgJE|fj^> X run regularly as under:

>te< .gSv fTIHE

Young.

Daily Coach toLAWEENCK,


Fare, One Pound Five Shill ngs.

HARBOUR STEAM COMPANY


B3GTJLAR EiTEAM TRADE TO OAMARU,
TIMARXT, AKAROA, AND LYTTSLTON.

SALE, Sections 52, 53, 54, 55,

Bock XXII., with Seven-roomed House, Conservators, &c., &c., the residence of owner, W. Carr

GIVING

PRICE THREEPENCE.

verntxe'it Offices 'until noon of Friday,


1870. for the following ?er-nce? for
UNPRECEDENTED CLEARING SALE Nov-mbnr.
vinciai Oi.va n ent, for the yenr 1871 :
OF
Biokbindin?
Cl"anmp Cesspools
SUMMER DRAPE3Y GOODS
Cleaning Chimneys

ADVERTISEMENT.

270

THE Most Complete SAW MILL in

KNOW N

ANTED

FOR

NEW ZEALAND.

PBAPJERY,

OERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO.'S

SALE or TO LET, late Resil^'O


I denoe of Mr John Hay, Maaii Uill. Zisle, Rat-

tray street.

NOVEMBER 18, 1870).


NOTHING

L Cottage. S'.ab!e, Garren, ha'f an acre, anrl


Orchard at Mornington. Terms to sui Annlj to
John Bathgote, So.loiter.

310

And no Delays.

29th

Times.

DEAPERY.

PEOPBBTIES SOJft BALE


Jj^O SALE, a Bargain, Four-roomed

310

ANTED KNOW N
Daily Coach

\JT WELLINGTON. NELSON. HOKITIK.I. GREY


IIELBOUBNK, on
MOUTH, and
MONDAY
28th NOVEMBER.

FKIDAY,'

(DUNEDIN:

MISCEIiLAWBOUS V/AJJTTB.

VTm. Davie
JaneDavie
EHrth. Fleming

Daily

<

r^-'t-^^W

lilPnoon

NEW

CLOTHING DEPARTMENT.
A Lareo and well-assorted Stock of Mon's an 1 Boys'
roady-ma-io C.Oihing al"o, till kinds of UnderClothing for Boy nnd Men ; Hats. Caps, Co'larg,
The cheap prices at which they are
Scurfs, ie, 4c.
solJ, are toj well-known to need comment.

'

RTir "he Ciwd are all marked at Uib Lowest Cn?h


Pric-s, fr< m "li eh no aliat-Hunt can be made, so that
! the most inexpiTienced are .served on the same terms
osihe bo=t judges.

The Undcrsir/ned are now prepared to supply the


finest Malt Whisky, manufactured solely from the
best Malt: also Gin and Spirits of Wine. Under
the Distillation Act, the duty on the above is only one
half that charged on imported spirit, boing v, savina
to the buyer of 6s per proof gallon.
Samples and price liat3 can be had on application.
2(in

f!

n.

HOAVHRN aril CO.

VOLUNTEER NOTIC.3.
r\UNEDIN NAVAL BRIGADE will
llUftor at the Drill Shed this Evening, for INSPEC-

HERBERT, HAYNES, and Co.,


PRINCES^STRBET.
Near

the

OCTAGON

TION, at 7.30.
A good muster requested.

Dated 17Lh November,

iS7'i.

ALFRED A. CATOMORE,
Solicitor.
EST.-TE OF JOHN

PARTIES huU-bted to tho above Estate

aro r qticstcd to pot:c their rtcconits en or bo


fore tin.- 30ih iti^t nt. up .11 tiiihat. that date will
bo i,Uu:cd in tv hands rf a soliiMor for recovery.
J.-vs. T. M-vCKKKKAS, j
Dnnedin. lflt.h '-."oveinber, ISO.
ESI'ATE OF

JjiiN

CREDITORS in fhe

Uy order,

A. GRANT,
Hon. Secretary.

: ENUEUS

GRIFFKN.

P'iTices street

12n

will be received up to the


27th instant, for tho furch i-o of tiie o ok-debts

and the b oks upptrtai'iirc thereto, in -Me ostito o


Hay Brothers tin-1 WWglr,. T.:c b ok< an I a list of
out ta'iding nor nn: en b.- inyprotcJ at my offlco.
Duru'flin. 17th November. IS7O.
Ji-UN BATHOATB,
lSn
__,o^io.ml Tiutee.

Llu&te<-S!- 'S E2SJDEK.S


17n

GKIFfEN.

above Estate are

requ s-ed v-> send in thr-ir claims to the underRUned. duly vcr-fUM. on o before tae 15th December,
otherwise they will not be rec gnigid.
OWO. TURNBUrX
) m t
JAS. T. MACKERRASj
Dunedin, lGth November, 1870.
17a

Wanted for

(J.trpenter's

i Wo k. this day. Apply, M; Woo.i grouer, Wai


leer stre-t. 1 iiiwn..;e.
HOTEL

SAILORS'

11OM

E^

'
*

HOME, CAFK DE PARIS,


to

Jetiy at cot, Clusa


Stxamboat Landiug-placa,
Trnateea- SAILORS'
N.8.-Seamen's Advance Notes Cashed.

W. OOUZENa, Proprietor.

OTAGO DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER

SHIPPING.

MARRIAGE.
On the 16l:h Novtniber, at the rpsidence of
Mr Suinmerville. sen., Anderson's Bvy, by
the Rfcv. Mr M Naughton, T.ioims Barclay,
to Ma garet Atkinson, both of London.
DEATHS.
On the loth November, at his residence,
Kakanui, Mr William Crawford, late of
Dowlini* street, Duncdin, a<^ed 35 ye^is.
G'i3gow papers please copy.
On the 17th November, at his father's residence, Lees street, Mr Murdoch M.icbeath,
aged 19 years.
On the 17th November, at bis residence,
F IJeul strtet, Mr Henry Muny^rd, aijvd SU

1870,

18.

unequal division of bur- day papers in the Spectator. He mentioned rests, and which would require his attendens which, for the sake of defending that us a rule these papers were adapted for tion if elected as a Councillor.

case the

.,

unfit for a play place for the children of 111"


The particulars as to the tendersfor the
neighbourhood. We believe the metal i' Clyde Btreet Bridge,
and for the supply
Mr Scorr stated that until a late hour n-krd up would pay for the labour, but if of horses and drays, were
POUT CHALMERS.Nov. 17.
tiie North from barbarous tribes with Sabbath reading, ami congratulated the
published in our
to remain until the grass grows it
whom it could not fight single-handed, rising generation on the fact that they had on theofprevious evening he had no inten- allowed
Wind, rf.W., fresh breem. Weather fine,
yesterday.
issue
of
be
done,
cannot
and
remain
offering
tion
must
for
ever
a
cloudy. High water vn 18th November;
himself as a candidate.
we have hitherto submitted to 1 If so, the privilege of being instructed in a pleasing
There were 54 applications lodged for
The gate is off it hinges and the
He, however, had taken an active part in nuisance.
At the Hofwis, 10.47 ; Port Uhalawrs, 11.17
the Manure Depot.
the people of the youth Island will way through the medium of such books as municipal
polities for some time past, and fence requires repairs, !>ufc we consider all the office of keeper to
Duaadin, 0.2.
have none of this great ' colonizing Good Words and the Sunday at Home. therefore he thought he was quite
that is required could bo done for LlO or On the motion of Mr Barnes, it was rejustibe referred
solved,
applications
It
"That
tho
great
ARUIVAUS.
wouldbe a
advantage
scheme,' by which they are inthe future Reference was also made to the Spectator as fied in seeking the suffrages of his thereabouts
to the
to have a place, however'. un-openedto tlio Manure Depot Comto pay for the public works of the a "well of English uudefiie.i," to which the fellow-citize: s. He was not prepared small, neighbours
Cora, schooner, 40 toiis, Russell, from Blull"
the children could play out off mittec, with the view of their recomagont.
Harbour. iCv.ii.ii Ll.nisay,H'^!-y,
North, as they are now doing for its student should direct his attention as one of at such a short notice to make a speech danger where
from the traffic of the public streets. mending a person or persons to the
from NorTar-ni-i, us, ',:::, ~z,
defence. No Provincial Council can our English classics now somewhat ne- upon all Ihe questions connected with
Mr Barnes moved that the Governand
Nichols,
Co.,
DU^oty,
Council. '
thern Ports.
As a specimen of the writing if municipal affairs, but he would be most ment be written to, as they would pospass over such a question as this. Still glected.
:Mr and Mrs Frnser.
The name of Mr Mercer was placed
amenta. Ps^.rra
happy
to
do
so
at
meetings
Mrs
the
various
one
of
the
chief
contributors
Asiuroft,
Addison,
servn'it;
complain
Mr una
lonh could it do so when, for the sake of
to
if the Corporation were to upon the list of the Manure Depot Comsibly
child iiwl
which
it
was his intention to hold before rake up the
Spectator,
Messrs ilein, M udelsohn, Stubbs, and 11 in yoiirs.
the
Mr
concluded
mittee,
these doubtful schemes, all its future
Brodie
his +he election closed. He might say, howbroken metal.
in lieu c.f Mr Griffen resided.
It was resolved that the Government ; Tho Council then adjourned for a fortthe ateeiate.
powers of usefulness, within the narrowed iecture t.y reading the " Vision of Mirzi."
that
ever,
he
considered
a
man
who
was
FUNERAL NOTICE.
should be asked to clear the ground.
night.
Lottery received by the Rev. D. M. Stuart essentially
sphere left to it, are imperilled.
'JOSTOMS ENTRIES.
local was not altogether a
A memorial, signed by 15 property
INWAUDS.
Tf^HE Friends of Mr Edwrd Downey are The colonizing scheme of the Gene- announce the appointment of the Rev. useful man, because there were questions owners in the Club Reserve, asked that
PROVINCIAL COUNCIL.
Nov. 17WVLice, 515 tons, Edie, from X respectfully invited to attend the Fune- ral Government' is not a mere question James Baird to labour in connection with which required general, and not local, the Corporation shouldtake over Stafford
ral of his late Mother, which is appointed to of borrowing so much money, and the Presbyterian Church of Otago. Mr Baird knowledge to be brought to bear upon and Walker
Oatnaru, with carjjo, J. Mills, agent.
Thursday, 17th November.
Avenues as streets of the
le
Cora. 45 toos. Kussell, from lnvercargill, leave his residence. Stafford Avenuu (Club
them. He was a progressive candidate, city.
under its own. control sailed from Glasgow in the Robert Henderson and
The SPEAKER took the chair at 2
iieatrve), tnia day. Friday, a1 2 "'louk p in executing
public improvewiUi cargo, i-i- iid.iiia-.>, agfauC.
he
would
advocate
Mayor spoke in favour
the
9-hof
September.
on
The
such and such public works. It meddles
of the me-3- o'clock.
WALTER G. GEDDES,
ments. There was one question which morial, which he said
OUTWARDS.
Our East Taieri correspondent, writing on had been
PRIVILEGE.
with and alters ever/ part of the public
from pre-iUndertaker, Octagon.
brought before the citizens vious applications to differed
Nov. 17 Wnllacf;, ftli tons, Edie, foi
the
have
streets
n
15th
taken
inst.,
says
gale
:" The
of wind already, and in which the residents of
Mr
SHEPHERD drew attention to the
policy of the Colony. Not by impliOamaru, with cargo. J. Mills, agent.
over,
as in this case the roads were pro- fait ihat he waa reported to have sa:&
FUNERAL NOTICE.
">
cation, but by the most direct methods, that blew throughout yesterday has had a South Ward were particularly interested. perly formed and metalled.
uircnTS.
that he was infavour of an adjournment
it withdraws from the Provincial Coun- damaging effect upon the gardens, as the He referred to the Southern marketa
Addition.il wt.v.o ptT May Queen, from
The
rfIHE
Friends
of
the
late
Mr
Munmatter was referred to the Publicie of the debate < n the reply iotiieAddress ;
Henry
fruit
is
hay
713
market
for
and
corn
bags,
nearly
Lot
iron'and
135
blown
all
off
in
some
of
the
and
other
elates,
proLondon:
yard are resp' c fully invited to fol ow cils the means of prosecuting the minor
Works
Committee.
i.
whereas he had expressed an entirely
pkgs, Carg'lls i>nd MLeaa; 700 bafeS, 24G h s remains to the place of interment. The works with which the Genei'al Govern- more exposed places. Even in sheltered duce. He thought that in a city like
The Surveyor's
ls different opinion.
Dunediu, having such large agricultural follows, was read, report, which was as
pkgs, Dalgety, Nichols, and Co; 12 pkB, Funtral is appointed to leave Irs late rrsi
si
uations
the
trees
have
and
suffered,
everyand referred to the
te
order ; I box, Pillaua ; 2 C3es, Slowson ; 25 dence, Filleul street, to-morrow (Saturday), ment does not deign to interfere. It thing has a soft and witbered
districts as the Taieri around it, it Public Works Committee
BYE-LAWS OF TORT CHALMERS.
appeaiance.
fixes a descending scale of subsidy for
pkgs, lima, Harris, and Co ; 1 cse, Burton at 4 o'clock p m.
Mr M'DKRMID laid on the table aI very much fear that all kinds of early sown was much to be regret'ed that men
Since
last
my
report
the
following
;
2
Gibba
200
are
the
;
;
C3es,
Eros 155 pkgo, order
the provinces out of the Consolidated crops will be very
should have to hawk their produce principal improvements effected by the
WALIER a. GEDDES,
of the Bye-laws of the Corporation of
light and short from through the streets.
day- copy
bis, Bright B;03 and Co.
Undertaker, Octagon.
He was infavour of men :Making open crossing, Walker street;
Revenue, and says to the people, in the long-continued
i\ Port Chalmers.
Per Cora, from Bluff 23,000 ft. timber,
drought,
as
the
winter
being
some
scheme
whereby
devised
a maintenance metal, Eattray street; do do,j'
PETITION.
effect, that for their Hospitals, their
Whitelaw; lot of iron, Provincial Governwheat is getting well out in the shot proper market could be established in Filleul
and Hanover streets*; repairs to road- I*.
Mr HAUGHTON prosented a petitionPolice, their Education, and what not, sown
ment.
THE
and is very thin generally, as aiso are Soiith Ward. It would be simply useless way, Royal Terrace ; gravelling to FrederickIs from S. M. Dalgleish, late Sub-Inspector
blade,
Wellington
1 parcel,
Per Phoebo, from
they must make up their minds to oats. A larger area than formerly has been to erect a gingerbread market ; what street channel, and trimming up the
same
ie of Police, praying for reinstatement in
Customs ; 1 howe, IT.iughton.
provide at an early date by di- planted with potatoes
; do do do, Howe street ; filling
g that force, or such other relief as to the
this year, and turnips money was spent should be spent in throughout
EXPORTS.
in Bwillage in Southern Cemetery ; formiDg>g Council may seem expedient.
rect
taxation. And for what ? and mangolds will also
permanent
erecting
good
a
not
structure,
be more generally
path,
Per Phoebe, for Biufl 12 pkgs, Turnbull
Alva
street;
pitching
round 58 firec
That the North Island may he colo- planted, owing to the good crops of last year one of a frail and consequently temporary
The petition was received.
and Co ; 1 do, liutr,n orth Brothers ; 1 do,
and lifting and re-pitching 4do ; liftFRIDAY, NOV. 18, 1870.
nised. Will not each coming1 session and the great difficulty experienced in win- character. In fact, he might say that all plugs,
return.
Driver, Stewart, nd Co.
ing pavement, Princes street:, and storing
matters
those
which
affected
the
interests
repeat what has been clone in the last ] tering cittle without them. The
Per Maid of Otagn, for Wangaaui : 60
same ; carting stone and lengthening culverts
bs
Mr "REID laid on the table a return of
majority
If
we
are
indebted
to
the
Colonial
of
of
at
public
large
t.he
would
receive
Lanaje
and
Co
11
and
his
;
do,
in Smith street; improvements to Manure
pkgs, Turnbull
For every sum that is spent in. the the farmers are working the ground for support.
re Hundreds recommended to be proclaimed
Tboocmnn ; 2 toi's, Bii*CMoand Co ; 22hhd8, Secretary's letter for the motion refer; repairing fencing, South Recreationm since June, 1869.
we not find a larger one these crops, whilst some have finished plantIn answer to questions, the candidate Depot
Marshall and C'.pHnd ; 4 castes. Bates. Sise, ring- to it which Mr Reid brought be- South, shall to
Ground ; repairing drain in Princos street,
the North 1 For every ing them."
COAST DEFENCES.
and Co ; 10 pkgs, M itheaon Brothers ; 1 do, fore the Provincial Council hist night, appropriated
stated that he should regard the esiah- opposite Pareraonand M'Leod's, andbuilding>
[| Mr SEATOX aaked the Provincial
Calvert and Campbell ; 2,'ihhds. Buike ; 1 that interesting communication arrived pound that is spent by the colony, will
nugget weighing 16ozs. 12dwt3., has lishment of public baths as a great boon. new eye and mud tank ; lifting and repairing
A
S
and
Ewen
5S
lot
d,
m,
;
bars,
Secretary"
iSargoi
Good sanitary arrangements ought to box drain, north side of Pitt street; carting
if any action had been.
bale,
not the South still have to provide the been found at the
Wairau diggings, Marl- receive their first consideration. Public
iron and weights.. 00 pkgs, Briscoe and Co ; at an opportune moment. The subject repayment of the larger share 1 Are we
stones out of the Water of Leith for stone-c. taken on the motion proposed by Mr
packages,
borough.
of this motion was one which the
baths, besides being a great benefit to breakers ; Bhifting three lamp posts to suit
8 bags, Anderson and Mowat; 2
it Fraser in 1867,and carried", viz. ' That
Walden ; 1 do, Kemptho-ne Piosaer, and Council was sure to insist upon debat- to he driven to resort to local taxation
The South School
entertainment the community, might be made repro- completed improvements in Smith street:;; an address be presented to His Honour
for the ordinary necessities of Govern- take3place to-night quarterly
clearing
trimming
footpaths
Co ; 1 case, Scanhn Bros.
channels
and
in
in
the Superintendent, requesting him to
in the School-room, top ductive. He should be inclined to borrow
ing, and nothing could have been less ment
in order that this may be done of Stafford street. From the programme we money for the erection of baths, and they various streets. I beg to submit three appli-li- place himself in communication with the
desirable
than
that
it
should
have
been
cations
for
of
the
Building
SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.
modification
*> Superintendent of Canterbury, with the
be made to pay tho interest on the
introduced by a side-wind, or brought before our eyes ? But this is not observe that the pupils are to have the might
Nos. 22, 23, and 24. I beg also
30
money borrowed, so as to avoid using the Regulations
(fkom our own coreesponde>'ts.)
view of their jointly devising the beat
to lay before the Council plans and specificafor discussion by any one bu? a all, by any means. There is but assistance of several well known amateurs, rates for
up
purpose. Ho was not in tions for fencing in a, portion of the Cattle
one security on which New Zea- and that a debate, written for the occasion
tho
a' means of defending the two Provinces
Lvttelton, November 16th.
member
of
the
Government.
The
favour
of
with
doing
away
dog
tho
tax.
Market at the head of Maclaggan street, and
id against attack from ihe seaboard' V
Arrived Miori, s.s., from the South, question which Mr Mosley intended land can safely be trusted for by Mr Park, is to be given. When we Btato
Tho proceedings then terminated.
Mr REID replied that, in accordance
j0
for constructing drafting yards both for cattle
9.15 a.m. ; Airedale, s.s,, f om Wellington,
a
new
and
that
is
the
Land
reveloan,
that
the
of
the
entertainment
ia
to
object
A poll will bo taken on Tuesday, tho and sheep therein. I estimate the cost of the
with the resolution, the Superintendent,
9.30 a.m; Beautiful Siar, s.a., Iroin tha to have asked the Government yes- nue of its two Southern
le
obtain
purchaso
pri/.08
funds
for
the
of
for
provinces.
j
on the 11th June, 1867, addressed a letter
2SJnd instant.
work at LSOO. Also plan of market shed
South, 5.20 p.m.
;(
terday was evidently intended to
present indebtedness is excessive, the children at their annual examination, wo
for the Southern Market estimated cost,
Sailed.Airedale, b.s., for Port Chalmers, lead up to
it, to Mr Moorhouse, the Superintendent
it, and it is not to be Our
with
the
feel sure that the friends of tlio school will
L250.
compared
7.30 p.m.
revenue
of
of Canterbury, suggesting thatapplication
ordinary
CITY COUNCIL.
regretted that the honourable member the
Wellington, November 17th.
Were the territorial show by their presence their appreciation of
It was resolved that the Grovernmenit should be made to the Imperial Governcountry.
to
allowed
it
In
lapse.
fromLyttelton,
Auckland,
s.s.,
the
Alhambra,
Arrived.
the efforts thus made, for the encouragement
be directed not to reduce a aec3 meat for a vessel to defend the coast,
revenue of the South tied
Tho umial fortnightly meeting of the should
policy of the Colonial Government has strictly to local purposes, up to-morrow of diligent pupils.
10.30a.m.
tion owned by the Corporation, ancd The reply received from Mr Moorhouse
and no longer
Sailed.Alhambra, s.s., for Nelson, 5.15 been boldly canvassed by
Oil.y Council was held on Wednesday, the situate
the
on Bell Hill, lower than the leveB l was to the effect that he would take theSuperinto be looked upon
p.m. ; Ann Melhuish, barque, for New- tendent himself in
available for coloTherewas bat an indifferent house at tho Mayor (Mr 11. S. Fiah), presiding.
opportunity of conferring with the
of the Manae Reserve.
the Speech with nial purposes, the as
castle.
Theatre
last night, although the performancec
Treasurer
inmight
The following letter from the UnderThe ! Town Clerk produced a coatt, Superintendent of Otago while in Welwhich he opened the session of his
Nelson, November 16th.
The pieces Secretary was read,
himself
deserved
a
much
better
one.
go
deed
to
watch
over
the
which,
he said, had been left at the offic<;e lington.
No further action, however,
and referred to the
Arrived.Taranaki, s.s., from the South. Council.
Differences of opinion be- floating of the
that would have-3
Public Works Committee :
by a cabman who found it in his cab, anrd was taken ; nor was he (Mr Reid) aware
Sailed.Kennedy, s.s., for Westporfc.
Loans of which he talks were played in a manner
>
tween Mr Macandeew and his ExecuNovember 17th.
so glibly. But his errand would be a confened credit on any compaay in the AusI have been directed to acknowledge the who asked for compensation.
of any conference between the Superintentive appear to have prevented him bootless
Sailed.Tavaiiaki, s.s., for the North.
The Mayor said it was praiseworthy orn dents having taken place. Certain experfone. Could Otago and Canter- tralian colonies, and were greeted with ap-i- receipt of your letter, enclosing one from Mr
from following the same course on bury endow
Napikr, November 17th.
subject
part
James Wilson, on the
of the cabman, and thought iiit meats, however, had lately been made in
of the danthe
institutions with plause from the audience assembled. To- gerous
Arrived.Keen, s.s., from Auckland, 9 Tuesday last.
The task has fallen their unsoldtheir local
state of the banks of the Water of right that a small reward should be givern the harbour with a bag of gunpowder,
the comedy of .Everybody's Friend,''
lands, the Financial policy nightthe
"
Leith, and I am to refer the Corporation of him.
a.m. Shereturns to Auckland, via Mahia, upon Mr Reid ; and since in this prowhich showed that we could defend the
"Rough Diamond," will be pre- Dunedin to the SawWs
with which the eyes of the Assembly and
at 11 a.m. to-morrow. The Luna also sa'l9
and MarlIt was understood that he was to re- ;. port against any largo vessels. The
" 1568," By
for Auckland, via Poverty B.iy, this even- vince the Provincial Secretary is in were d:ized would be a bubble that sented, and will nodoubt draw a satisfactory borough Rivers Act,
and Amendceive a reward of ss.
honourable member might feel convinced,
reality, if not in name, the head of the must burst ere fairly launched
house.
ing.
ment Act, 1870," the provisions "of which
from the
The following is the report of the Pub- i. from the result of these experiments,
Executive Government, it is in
Timaru, November 17th.
contain all necessary powers for conserving
mouth
that
blew
it.
lic
Works
Committee,
and which was8 that we were quite able to defend ourThe pressure on our spice compsls us to the banks of the stream.
Arrived.Lord Ashley, s.s., from Port the right hands.
Whether the
selves.
hold over oar report of the proceedings in
I am to add, that the labour of the prison- read and adopted
Chalmers, at d<>s light.
Colonial
Secretary's
letter has only
LEAVE OF ABSENCE.
Your Committee beg to report having con- t
Sailed.Lord Ashley, s.s., for Lyttelton,
the Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday.
ers is not available for this work.
a
course
precipitated
of action already
The Naval Brigade will muster for inthe following business :
The Presbyterian Church Trustees have
On the motion of Mr SEATON, leave
4 30 p.m.
The Under-Secretary wrote aa fol- sidered
Dowling
Ist.
Bluff, November 17th.
contemplated, or has forced it upon received information that Principals Cand- spection at the Drill Shed, this evening tit lows
street.Your Committeec of absence was given to Mr France for
:
Arrived.Phoe'ie, s s., from Port Chilhave received a report from tha Surveyor,
the Government, in either case the lish and Fairbairn, and Professors Calder- 7:30.
I hive been directed to acknowledge the from which it appears that it is impracticable'. ten days.
The annual general meeting of the Dunedin
mers, 11.30 a.m. ; Chile, ship, from London. iiroumstance is fortunate.
Although wood, Veitch, and Cairns, to whom the Chamber of Commerce will be held in the receipt of your letter, on the subject of a to form a serviceable dray road from Princess
PETITION OF GOLDFIELDS OFFICERS.
Sailed.Phoebe, s.s., fjr Port Chalmers,
the arrangements rendered necessary by selection was entrusted, have unanimously City Council Chamber, this afternoon at 3 site for the proposed Corporation Baths, and street up Dowling street, west of Princes
4 p in.
On the motion of Mr FRASER, the
to acquaint you that section 23, block street; they, therefore, recommend that the
the re-union with Southland were the appointed Duncan M'Gregor, M.A. of o'clock.
certain officers of thegoldfields
b petition of was
XL VIIL, as shown in the plan enclosed, is hill remain as it is.
The schooner Cora, frnin Bluff Harbour, jscensible cause of the Special Session Aberdeen, and M.D. of Edinburgh UniA meeting of the directors of the Caledoreferred to the Private
2nd. .Leith Ward Loan allocation.An of Otago Committee
nian Society will be held at Wain's Hotel, available for the required purpose.
with a cvso of r iwu timber and railway it the
versity,
Professorship
to
the
of
1
Petitions
for consideration.
Mental and Mansestreet, this evening at 8 o'clock.
Council, the interest with which
instruction
has
proposed
following
Mr
Mercer
been
to
the
c
iron, arrived at Port Chalmers at 9 a.m. yesgiven
Surveyor
the
in the University of
PETITION FROM THE INHABITANTS OF
The monthly meeting of the Lodge Celtic, motion, which was carried"That the to amend the schedule as decided upon byy
terday, after an excellent passage of 24 :he public has looked forward to the Moral Philosophy
BUNSTAN DISTRICT.
hours.
meeting has been chiefly founded on Otago. Mr Auld, who rendered valuable No. 477, S. C, will be held this evenins at Council decline to accept the water allot- the Councillorsfor the Ward.
3rd. Your Committeehave decided to call 1 Mr FRASER moved"That an adM'Xfeokan, Blaekwood, and Co.'3 s.s
ment offered by the Provincial Governexpectation that far more impor- assistance to the selectors, reports that the 7.30.
:he
for
tenders
for
dray
Mr James Winter will address the electors ment for Corporation batli3, the same
hire for the ensuing six dress be presented to His Honour the
Tararua arrived in harbour from the North
appointment is generally considered a very
Tenders will be submitted to-day.
at 2p m, yesterday. She left Wellington tant subjects would be discussed.
one. Dr M'G-regor is represented of Souh Ward at Watson's Royal Hotel, being situate in the centre of the bay, and months.
It was time indeed that the Province satisfactory
4th. Mr R. G. Harris's lettei1 on night Superintendent, requesting that he will
Walker
street,
at2p. m oa the 14th, and arrived at Lytevening
this
at
S
o'clock.
competent
totally
unfit for the purpose."
authorities as being one of the
the
The firing of No. 1 Company, City Guards,
men's hours.After full consideration, your be pleased to cause to be laid onfrom;
telton at 6 a.m. on the following day. had an opportunity of speaking out by
The following letter from the Secretary Committee
recommend that the hour, 11F table, the petition presented to him
Left again- at 7 p.m., called at Timaru aid upon this matter. The infatuation of ablest graduates sent out by his University for selection of representatives, will take of
certain
inhabitants
of
Duns
tan
Disthe
Dunedin
Waterworks
the
Company
years,
p.m.,
in recent
and as having, thougn a place at the Anderson's Bay butts, to-morrow
fixed in the existing regulations, be
Oamaru, arriving as above, h iviDg experitrict, praying for the erection of a Gaol,
was read :
adhered to.
enced fine weather to Timar >, thence fresh the Assembly, dazzled, as it appears young man, already achieved for himself a morning at 5 o'clock.
We have received from Mr A. R. LivingI have the honour to acknowledge receipt
sth. Dr Richardson's letter.As it is notI, and the establishment of criminalsittings,
southerly winds We are indebted to Mr to have been, by the vast figures and position of eminence as a scholar. He gained
of
letter
of
your
Dowling
limitless promises of the Government ho Fullarfcon scholarship in Aberdeen Uni- stone, Princes street, a copy of Letts's War
the 2nd instant, asking intended to allow
street west to be9 under the Extended Jurisdiction Act, at
Heaton, her purser, for files.
Map of Central Europe." It " is, like the whether, in the event of the consent of the cut down, your Committee cannot at presentt Clyde ; as also the petition of the CorThe ship May Queen has commenced dis- policy, deprived the people of the
versity
for
Ethics,
being
given
and,
Classics and
in 1867, other productions of this well-known firm, Government
make any recommendation as to completingl poration of Clyde, touching the same subthereto, the Comcharging cargo.
colony of the opportunity which they the Fergusson Scholarship in Mental Philo- well drawn and coloured, and
is sufficiently pany will supply the Corporation baths with Castle street, though the Surveyor has beeni ject."
ought to have had of pronouncing riieir sophy, including Logic, Metaphysics, and full without being over crowded with
all water which may be required free of instructed to report as to quantity of matenames.
The motion was carried.
COMMERCIAL.
rial necessary for the completion of Castle
opinion upon such a scheme at the Ethics, the latter scholarship being open to It is accompanied by a packet of coloured charge.
UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO.
In
street.
reply,
you
with
the
I
am
instructe-i
to
inform
dots,
gummed
progress
which
of
polls. Under these circumstances the graduates from all the Sco tish Universities. even's may
Daily Tiifleb Office, Thursday Evening.
Mr REID moved"That an address
be ma-ked, and is on the whole that my Directors are of opinion that they
The Finance Committee reported as
[a the beginning of the present year he was
The amount of Customs Kevenue re- Provincial Govei-nnients and Legislacould
not
with
their
justice
presented
a useful and trustworthy guide for students
to
shareholders follows.
to His Honour the SuperinThis report was read and[ be
oelved to-ii&y <-,:: o<.cls ciivir-'-A (or (somiaxag- tures would have been wanting in their offered 'y the Indian Government authorities of the war.
or the Government which guarantees them a adopted
tendentrequesting that he will be pleased!
Uon was as iollown, viz. :
dividend, consent to supply the Corporation
to
all
duty had they shrunk from the task of rhe Professorship of English Literature and
cause
necessary
steps to be taken
duly
Your Committee beg to report having
with waterfor hot or cold baths upon terms considered
reviewing the hasty measures of the Philosophy in the Madras University. Dr
the subject of the propriety ofP forthwith for securing to, and vesting in,
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.
59 0 0 Toa
40 2 6
which would interfere with the business of
Srandy
University
Otago
of
all that building:
sufficient Corporation Bonds to the
Vhisky ...84 2 0 Siiaar ...170 6 3 Assembly. Mr Reid is quite right in M'Gregor is also represented as being a
hotel-keepera and other customers of the negotiating
for ihe proposed outlay off in Dunedin commonly known as the
Company who pay for the use of water for provide funds
Jeneva
19 14 6 claiming for Provincial Councils, so highly efficient teacher.
Wellington, November 17fch.
69 i5 0 C ffee
in
the
four
Building,'
together
LiIO.OOO
wards.
'New
Post
Office
turn
19 17 0 Hardware 24 11 11 long as their present functions remain
Should the Government pay and
The weekly meeting of the Councilof the
The Horticultural Society's first Show baths.
Your Committee are decidedly of opinioni with the parcel or parcels of land
Vine
5 16 10 Drapery
25 18 5 with them, the status of integral por- Acclimatisation Society was held yesterday.
continue to pay the sum necessary to make that
it
is
desirable
to
the
bonds,
to-day
largely
negotiate
building
was
whereon the said
is erected,
up the guaranteed dividend of 8 per cent, and
'obacco
G4 J5 0 Jeweilery .'58 11 0
Legislature of the Colony. The President Mr W. D. Muriaon in the a, great success. attended, and proved and
they beg to report having invited for the purposes of the said UniverJigars
19 15 0 Sundries...141 13 1 tions of the
not object to the loss of revenue conse- tenders
!
chair.
The
for
the
less
manager
reported
any
portion,
The idea is often sneered at, but it is
that three sea
whole or
tosity of Otago." The honourable member
quent upon supplying, free of charge, the
Corporation for a swimming bath, gratui- be lodged on or before November 30th.
Total
Christchtjkoh, NovemVer 17th.
.733 IS 6 founded on the facts of the case. Not- trout find twelve trout had died during the
Your Committee have also arranged to stated that the motion was brought forthe
class
past
fortnight,
tously
open
persons
miy
and
that
the
fish
to
of
who
remaining
A disagreement has taken place bewithstanding the overriding power left
place bonds in the hands of the MaDager of; ward principally at the suggestion of the*
LABOUR MAIJKET.
supposed to be una'-le to pay for the use the Bank
in
the
hands
of theAssembly, there could were healthy. The supply of water in the tween the Superintendent and his Execu- ! ofc more
of Ocago as security for the existing Council of the University. Certain proexpensive
Directors
baths,
reports
my
Mrs Howard
that business has
would
creek had been bo low, that there was barely tive, relative to a claim of the Bank of
Said bonds not to be negotiated mises had been made that the new Post
been very brisk ihiring the last fortnight. have been no excuse for the creation
be prepared, to resommjnd their shareholders overdraft.
without the Council receiving three momhs' office building would bevested in them ;
Fifty woinen hive oen engaged at the fol- of such bodies as the local Legislatures (sufficientto cover tho boxes in which the fish, New Zealand. The Bmk claims LI3OO to consent to suuh an arrangement, subject, notice
but it was found that no Bill for the purto that effect.
lowing rates :1 at 303 per woek ; I >\t 203 ; if they were to have no voice in the de- are, but it was better after the late rain. as commission on a sale of debentures. of course, to such terms and conditions as to
Your Committee beg to report having pose could be introduced during the prethe quantity of writer to be used, for the pre10 at 20< ; 8 at L-C) per annum ; 8 at L36 ; cision of questions involving all those The temperature had also been extremely
passed accounts as per warrants amounting sent session, as the land had not yet been
14 at L3O ;3 at L25 ; sat L2O; and many
high, varying from 52 to 60. He had that The late Executive recommended the vention of waste, &c, &c, as may be found to L995 153 4cl.
Crown-granted to the Superintendent ;
more would have baen hired had suitable interests which it is their special func- morning put up a covey of twelve par- Superintendent to have the case tried in requisite.
Mr Walter moved the adoption of and it was proposed to pass this resoluservants lor the ordors on the registry pretion to conserve. But whatever their
the Supreme Court. The present ExecuMr
Walter
said
posithat
he
was
in
a
to show the Council of the
sented themselves.
status and their functions, however tridges at Captain BoydV. Mr Young, tive advise him to let the case go to arbition to state that no waterworks in any bye-law No. 7, which imposes a penalty tion in orderthat
of Palmerston, wrote, stating that he
the Provincial Council
General uaiful mon's wages on farms
place charged for the water supplied to upon the owner or driver of a hay-cart or University to
range from L4O V, L52 per annum ; limited their powers for good or for thought it would be better to confine tration, but he refuses to do so, saying
willing
vehicle who, whilst it is passing un- vms
put them in possession of
baths, and as to the state- O'her
building
butchers fur tlr.j country, wir.h board and evil, the circumstances of the pi-esent some of the brown trout ova in a pood, in the course of action to he taken in the corporation
loaded
the
to
the
as
soon
as it could legally do
through
city,
neglects
have
ment that hotel-keepers
were the projecting
lodging and travelling expenses, 303 per time-impose upon them, as a paramount order that the ova could be more
In the Pro- paying for water suppliedandforohera
frame detached from the so. A very gratifying proof had already
pro- matter is already settled.
easily
purbath
;
j
daily
week bakers the seme
body of the cart in such manner as not to been given of the advantage which the
labourers, duty, the consideration of a question of cured when they would spawn. He had just vincial Council, a resolution was carried poses, the Secretary himself had
from 7s to 8s per day ; men c *okn for hotels,
be an obstruction to the public, nor dan- University would be to the province.
such vital interest to their constituents begun a new pond suitable for that purpose, to the effect that it is the opinion of him that only two publicans informed
and one gerous
from 30s to 50s per week ; waiters, from 303
"
to lite or limb and against any Enquiries had been made of the Governto 40<i pfir week ; boots and second cooks, as that which is now under discussion. it being out of ihe reach of Hoods, and fed by this Council that the Executive is not hairdresser paid for water for that purperson carrying upon a footpath or street ment by gentlemen in the home country
from 15s to 20s per week ; girdeners, from None have more loudly decried a beautiful spang ; the temperature of the necessarily bound by an administrative pose.
line, any implements, tools, or materials who desire to emigrate, and to whom tha
The letter was referred to the Batl s projecting
8s to 12s per day.
some of the evil traits of Provin- pond never rose higher than 46iieg.
This act done by the Superintendent with the Committee.
in such a manner as to be a fact of a University heing about to be
N. B. Nearly all tho female servants cialism than we have.
But
when
wouldbe
finished
within
few
established is an inducement to bringpond
days.
public
a
obstruction.
except
Executive,
advice of hisformer
in
sent up the country within the last three
following
The
let'er
from
Messrs
WadsThe bye-law was adopted without op- their families here and make the place
years are nosy married, and sending down the Assembly takes upon itself to Some of tho trout had been seen three miles cases where the good faith of the pro- worth and King, the contractors for the
amend the Constitution Act by a side- lower (Jown the river than the place from vince ia involved." The Council ad- Pitt street cutting, was read, and re- position.
their home.(Hear, hear.) No later
orders for servants tor themaelves.
17th November.
The Mayor said that, as they we;e than Wednesday a gentleman from tha
wind, and to hand over to the General which they had escaped, and he thought journed to await the Superintendent's ferred to the Works Committee, with
Aus
ralian c Joniescarne to enquire about
many
glaring
aware,
there
were
inconsis!
Government the functions hitherto that when the time came there would be
power to act.
answer.
and inaccuracies in the Municipal what provision had been made for educaPOST OFFICE NOTICE.
specially relegated to the control and difficulty in finding their ova in so much
We beg to inform you that we have now tencies
tion, and he (Mr Reid) believed that, on
MA.ILS CLOSE THIS DAY.
considerable quantity of stone laying in Pitt Corporations Ordinance, 18G5, under account
water.
management of the Provincial ExecuLAW LIST.(THIS DAY.)
what had been done in this
For Oamaiu, per p.a. Wallacn, at 8.45 tives, no Provincial Council
street. We hereby off?r to cart and deliver which they worked. He proposed, if the respect, of
be
by Mr Brodie on
could
The
lecture
delivered
this gentleman had determined,
desirable,
Council
considered
it
to
have
the above stone into any part of Cum eriand
a.m.
In Bankruptcy.
amendments made during to settle here.(Hear, hear.) He beFor C'atlin'a River, per Hchooner Jane Han- excused which failed to give earnest Wednesday evening was one of considerable
street, and there break itiato 24 inch metal, ho necessary
consideration td the question how far interest both to the student and the general
for the sum of four shillings and sixpence per the present sitting of the Provincial lieved this was only an isolated instance
nah, ihiS -lay, at 4 30 p.m.
Harper, Black, ani> Co.Examinacubic
we
day,
yard
;
per
This
and
In clause 18, the words in out of many which would occur when
a.a. Tararua, as under:
the special interests of its constituents reader. The subjects referred to by the lec- tion of witnesses under order (adjourned
trust that the extreme Council.
For India, Uhiua, japan, Peuang, Singa- were to be affected by the change. In turer were, first, the
low price will enable you to relieve us of it. reference to the Mayor elect, "shall not our educational system was fairly in
as case).
Work,"
"Spectator's
Ctyion,
pore,
Aden, M/mritiu-", the British,
The following letter from Messrs be a member of the Corporation or operation.
published in that
In Banco.
French, d Austrian Poit-offic-<s at Alex- the case before us, it is not a mere indicated in the essays
The motion was carried unanimously.
The
Redpath v. Chapman.Further con- Livingston and Co. was, upon being Council,'' should be struck out.
andria, Mlta, Gibraltar, Marseilles, and the question of a fair distribution of public journalin 1710. The manner in which this
road, referred to the Works Com- same cl:mse does not strictly say whether
MKSSAOB.
Travelling E'oit-uHIoo from Marssilles to expenditure that has to be considered. " work" had been accoinpl shed, as well as sideration, and costs.
a candidate for the councillorship must bo
mittee :
Message No. 2 was received from the
Lyons, at 11-'iO a.m.
has to be looked to. Up the vices and follies of the day, were critiThe
future
enrolled
for
the
ward
in
which
he
seeks
As
the
property owners adjoining the
Superinendent, transmitting communiF.ir Australian Colonies (i xcopfc Melbourne) to the present time, the southern cised ty the lecturer. A letter written in
SOUTH WARD ELECTION.
As to clause 27, referring* to cations from the General Government
Black Bull section iv George street, are very election.
at 12 30 p m
. , ,
might
to
from
barmaid,
purporting
voting
ballot,
1710.
be
a
le
manner
at
present
by
anxious to have the asphalte pavement conof
For F.'ndon via Southampton, via Mar- provinces have borne a heavy share of
with respect to the following works proTHE NOMINATION.
tinued along tbat section, which is tho pro- a cross is placed opposite the name of the posed
seilles, nnd nia Brindisi, Victoria, and South- burdens, which have been incurred be read with profit by some of the loungers
to !<e carried out under the provihereby offer to candidate who is voted for, whereas in
the
bars
o
houses.
The
nomination
of
candida'es
who
seek
of
the
public
Speaking
perty
Corporation,
at
our
we
land, at 1 p.m.
solely for the protection and benefit of of the
to represent South Wa>d in the City put down the same at four sljillinjis per the Ballot Act lately passed, the voter sions of the Public Works and ImmigraFor isui'.> of money orders antl posting of their
and
of
the
the
time,
mariners
customs
tion
1870, viz Ist, tho survey of a
Act,
in the North.
yard, if the Council consent to crosses out the names of those for whom
registered letters curl newspapers at 10 a.m. There fellow settlers
said that ''Grinning" appeared to Council, in the room, of Mr John GrifFen, superficial
has been plenty of grumbling, lecturer
the terrace of the pay for it. We are also prepared to put he does not seek to vote, a plan to which line of rail'A'iy from Tokomairiro to
resigned,
place
Late letters nity be posted as under
took
at
be a favourite pastime of that period, and Provincial Buildings at noon yesterday. down specimens of work suitable for the re- he thought their Act should be assimi- Lawrence, and the supply of water for
For Australian Colonies, with a late fee of no doubt, but the prevailing sentiment read
lands in the luapeka district ;
an advertisement from a paper called The names of the candidates, together quirements of the back streets of the city, at lated. Neither did their Act
3d per letter, till Ipm.
has been one of chivalrous sympathy
atate what auriferous
For Loudun via Bnn.lisi, with a late fee of with unfortunate fellow-colonists who the Post Boy, dated Octuber, 1710, in which with their movers and seconders, were the following rates, viz 31), ,'is 0(1, and 4s. should a cross consist of, or whether any 2nd, a watnr supply for the Wakatipu
as per quality of work. If ihe Council think
goldfields ; 3rd, the construction of the
a horse race was to take place in Warwick- read by the Mayor as follows
la 31 per le'-ter, till 1.30 p m.
other mark would do as well. There was Southern
Trunk Railway.
to give iiny of the ibovo specimens a
Fnr London via Mirs'ulles, with a late fee have had to suffer much for their choice shire, together with a race for ss?s, coupled
Mr F. J. proper
proposed
by
provision
Winter,
made,
James
no
that
the
candidate
princiwe
it
will
be
onoof
the
trial,
hope
of a home.
on
of 101 per J.Ht^r, till 1.30 p.m.
So long as the question with a grinning mitch for a guinea ring. Serle, Bond street, and seconded by Mr pal
TUB MORVEN AND NEVIS FERRIES.
tho ou^hfarcs of the city, where it will who polled the highest number of votes
For Melbourne, with a late fee of 3d per narrowed itself to the protection of life
The Spectator makea merry over the mm E. De Carle, Princes street.
should be elected, and in case of an equaMr SHEPHERD moved" That a,
faavo a thorough test.
letter, till 1.30 p.m.
and property, the South has not been and the asses, and is in some doubt
lity of votes, there was no provision made Select Commi tee bo appointed, consisting
Andrew Scott, proposed by Mr Fagan,
as to the
following
The
memorial
from
residents
(Signed)
backward in accepting a heavy share of difference between them.
by Mr M'llrjy, both of in the neighbourhood of the old Botanic that the Mayor, or any other person, of Mr Thomson, Mr Mouat, Mr Main,
AltOH liAls.fl, Chief Poatinater.
' Whistling," as and seconded
the pecuniary liabilities thus incurred. a performance, under certain
should have a casting vote, or as to what Mr Millar, Mr Oalder, Mr Allan, and the
Chief I'oat Offioe,
trying cir- Princes street.
was read :
having been called upon j Gardens
The
candidates
course should bo adopted in such a case.
Mover, to consider and report upon tha
Nnvemhcf 18'h. IS7O
But these new schemes bear a very cumstances, was alluded to ; and the
Wo,
bee;
undersigned
ratepayers,
the
to
to address ihe electors,
I cai! your attention to the untidy condition A Committee, consisting of the Mayor, desirability of the Government taking
different
The
complexion.
manageof
story
"Henpecked
a
Husband"
read.
ABSTRACT OP SAU&a BY AOGTIOfI. ment
Mr Winter intimated that it was his of that portion of the old Botanic Garden Messrs Walter and Jack, vrere appointed charge of the Morven and Nevis Ferries ;
of the more important public The other subjects which the lecturer intention to
This Day.
hold several public meetings which has escaped deatruclion by tb.6 recent to make the necessary amendments, such Committee to have power to call for
works
of
the
is
to
be
ascolony
comupon,
running
touched
with
a
before the day of polling, and that he floods. Having ecu lately used as a stone- which were to be submitted to the Govern- papers and persons."
M'Landrkss, llici'iuJivN, and Co., on the
Sturc street Jetty, at 2 p.m.Scotch sumed by the General Government. ment upon each, were " Church Music," would then address the citizens upon the bruakiug depot, it is strewn all over with ment, who would be requoatcdto prepare
MrFLIASER moved that the resoluflooring.
Are we to see repeated in this " Public Speaking," Charity, and tho Watur- various topic 3 which affected thoir inte- sharp broken, metal, which renders it totally a Bill therefrom.
tion be amended so as to make it embrace.

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an enquiry into the management of the 1 1., Shotover District, be reserved for the spector from beyond the province, as if colours throughout the battle. He con- cc-edingly desirable that the works therein
to should be constructed without
purposes of recreation for the use of the one were appointed from within the pro- sidered this colony was greatly indebted referred
ferries throughout the province.
delay, yet that it is inexpedient for this
The House divided :For the amend- inhabitants of tho Lake District." In vince, a feeling of discontent would be to that honourable member for the Council
to make any recommendation
engendered
amongst
exposed
the other teachers. manner in which he
the fallacies
doing so, he pointed out that 100
ment, lo ; against it, 18.
to be the caae when of the scheme of the Colonial Treasurer. with the view to the ini'iation of any
The original motion was then put and acres of the land in question had This had been found
Immigration and
been set aside, and he now it was proposed to give the inspectorship When they came to consider the Bill Works under the
carried.
I already
under which they were invited by the Public Works Act, 1870,' until the whole
came down to ask that the balance should to the music master.
THE OCEAN BEACH ROAD.
been
proceed
policy
for
Treasurer
to
to
the
conac
has
considered by
place
agreeing
racecourse,
HENDERSON,
a
Mr
whilst
Colonial
of that
bereserved as a
Mr M'IN DOE moved" That it bo an and
public works, what the various eonstiuencies throughout the
also for the general recreation of the with the necessity for the appointment of struction of large left
instruction to the Government to com- public,
to the Provincial province, and either confirmed or modified
for rifle shooting, cricket matches, an inspector, thought that one might be power did they find
plete the formation of that portion of the and other
public purposes.
chosen in the province.
Councils ? He said that the request made by a new Parliament." Also, that a copy
Ocean Bp.azh Rind thr^-h *ho T'"wn
appointnot
Mr
FISH
was
in
of
the
on
of
the
General
Government of the foregoing resolution be presented
part
Till- M'DERMID said that he did
favour
the
Belt without any further del;iy." The object
ment, and thought that it would be ad- for the Councils to send their proposals to His Honour the Superintendent, reto the purposes for which the rethat
the
explained
honourable member
serve was asked. (The remainder of the visable to obtain the services of a gentle- was nothing but a sham and a delusion, for spectfully requesting that he will be
Ocean Beach iloacl ieada direct from honourable gentleman's speech was totally man of high educational attainments from the General Government would carry out pleased to forward the same to the
Tho
Cargill'a Hill to tho sandhills.
their proposals, if they thought fit, and if Colonial Secretary.
inaudible, being drowned in tho rattling home to fill the office.
whole of it is situated in tJin of a ctr outside the house.)
The motion was put and carried, and they did not think fit to do so, they would
Mr REID also moved that the Council
Caveraham Road District, but in
the
reported
resolution
to, and adopted reject them. Waa the Council to be go into Committee to consider the matter.
REID could not support the motion
order to enter tho road from the town, of Mr
Mr M'INDOE and Mr MAIN suggested
by,
it
that
a
block
the
House.
used
as
a
when
an
Shepherd,
appeared
unpopular
Mr
machine
ifc is necessary to cross a few chains of the of about 300 acres had been supposed by
subject was under consideration. A3 an that the debate should be adjourned until
TETTIEH AND WHARVES BILL.
Town Belt, over which tho Road Board the inhabitants of the district to have
example, let them suppose, for instance, next day, to enable honourable msmbers
moved the second readhas no control. About three years ago been reserved. That, however, was a ingMrofHAGGITT
of course was not the case, that to read the correspondence.
the Bill to amend the laws which
he was requested to ask tho o<-iv"""rv"t mistake, as it had not been so rethe Provincial Government objected to
Mr Reid's motion to go into Committee
the
relating
management
to
of
and
jetties
Belt;
to form the road across tho
and served, althoiigh a smaller block
the construction of a railway from Tokowas carried on a division by 21 to 12.
tho Government told off a pang of had. The objection to reserving the wharves in the province of Otago. The mairiro to Lawrence, and they informed
The Council then went into Committee.
prisoners, who were kept at work on the land in question was that it was motion was carried and the Bill read a the Colonial Executive to that effect. If
Mr REYNOLDS said he was as unpreroad for a short time, and were then re- a piece of good agricultural land in second time.
the Colonial Executive did not coin- pared as any honourable mem'.er could be
IN
oxcavvAiiig
for
of
a
COMMITTEE,
purpose
moved
the
a place .where land was scarce. He precide with the suggestions of the Pro- to speak upon the subject ; still he
On the motion of Mr Haggitt, the vincial Government, they would pro- thought that any member of the General
Bite for 'ho Masonic Hall. He wns pro- Isuined, however, that if the reserve wore
mised that they should return to the road made by the Council it would be set apart Jetties and Wharves Bill was considered ceed with the works, notwithstand- A saembly ought to be conversant wish it.
in Committee, passed, reported to the ing that the Provincial Government He also thought that if ever the Governin six weeks time, but nothing had s;no by the Executive.
House, read a third time, and passed.
been done to it. The Road Board had
were much more competent to judge ment occupy ng tl.oae benches deserved
Mr
HAUGHTON
said
that
there
was
expended some money upon the road in no doubt that the land in ques'ion had
of the advisability of constructing the the thanks of (he country, it waa on the
GAOL AT DUNSTAN.
result,
since been used for the purposes of recreation
their district, without any
railway
than the Colonial Executive present occasion, for the mannerin which
petition
Mr
REID
laid
on the table the
to
Ho
enentry
there was no
the road.
>;y
inhabitants for some years past, presented to the Superintendent from could possibly be. Upon those grounds they had Btepped forward and prevented
quired of tho Government, and under- andtho
that 100 acres of it had been voted certain inhabitants of the Dunstan dis- he should decline to be placed in such an action being taken by the Colonial Governstood the Provincial Treasurer to say by the Council
There ment which would ul'imately tend +o the
at its last session. He trict, praying for the erection of a gaol improper and invidious position.
that the Government would not form the thought that the Government
should not and the establishment of criminal sittings were a few remarks in the Hon. J. C. ruin of this province. He could not
entry unless the remainder of the road oppose the
motion. They might refer under theExtended Jurisdiction Act at Richmond's speech which were very apro- help supporting the motion, seeing
were made a chain wide. It was simply
question to a Committee for con- Clyde, as also the petition of the Cor- pos. Thathonourablemembersaid,': There that it was similar to that which he
impossible to perform such a condition the
poration of Clyde touching the same is a prize, a small prize, for the Superin- { proposed in the General Assembly,
sideration.
from want of funds on the part of
tendent, they are to have a veto on the which was to the effect that with
Mr GiLLIES thought that the Council subject.
and
the
lack
of
Board,
the Road
had acted very liberally in granting 100
The Council then adjourned until 7 works ; that is, if the people will letthem a view to give the people, by means
ability on the fart of the Forhury acres as a recreation reserve, and that o'clock.
have that veto, There is a prize, a small of the general election, an opportunity of
Park Company to advance the LSOO or that ought to include the racecourse. At
prize, for the Provincial Councils ; a considering whether it would be conL6OO which would be required to compen- all events, the inhabitants might be satis- the rrjLrc works and uorrGATiox act. capitation to an amount not less than they ducive to their interests to secure a corhsate tho landowners. One or two weeks' fied with another piece of ground, withThe Council, on resuming, proceeded have divided in former years ; but when Iplete or financial separation. It was absowork of the prisoners would be quito suf- out asking for so valuable a site. It ap- to consider Mr Reid's motion, based on I think how this budget bears upon poor lutely necessary that the financial legislaficient, and seeing the importance of the peared that part of this piece of land had His Honour's Message No. 2. His Honour Superintendents and poor Provincial tion should be soframed as not to impede
road to the inhabitants of the town and been used as a police barrack atone time. had transmitted for the consideration of Councils, I must say that they are the ia financial separation, if it was thought
the Council communications from the people who have a right to complain. desirable by the constituencies. The mothe settlers on the flatbearing also in -(No.)
mind the promise of the Government it j Mr SHEPHERD said that the honour- General Government with respect to the They are placed, it ia true, for the present, tion, however, was not put to the vote.
was but fair that the Government should able gentleman, Mr Gillies, was wrong. undermentioned works, to be carried out in a wide room, but it ia like the cele- |It was intimated that the Government
under the provisions of the Public Works brated dungeon in which an unfortunate would accept the motion as a vote of want
at once complete the work.
The site bad never been used as a police
Mr DUNCAN said this pieco of road barrack.
The fact was influence had and Immigration Act, 1870:l. The state prisoner was confined, one wall of of confidence, and that hewould be called
survey of a line of railway from Tokomaiwas in exactly the same position as any been brought to bear by persons intewhich was constantly advancing upon him upon to form a Government. Knowing
other road crossing the Belt. The Go-1 rested, and who wanted to have the land, riro to Lawrence, and the supply of water and warning him of his inevitable end. that he had not followers enough to enfor
opening
up
Tuapeka
of
auriferous
lands
in
the
disvernment, with a view
So these poor provinces are to have a able him to do so he did not press the
to prevent the land being reserved for
trict 2. Water supply for the Wakatipu capitation of 40s per head of the popula- matter as far as he otherwise would have
the district, was gui c prepared to carr, public purposes.
out the suggestion made by the honourMr GILLIES denied that he had ever Goldfields ; and, 3. The construction of tion for a few years ; then it ia to be 30a, done. He must say that the whole of the
able member two or three years ago, but been communicated with, either verbally the Southern Trunk Railway.
if that sum can befound. But I say that financial policy as passed during the last
Mr REID, on rising to move the moon the special condition that the district or by litter, on the subject.
no needy Superintendent has ever swept session was a sham and a delusion.
said he restanding
name,
tion
in
his
"road should bs opened up a chain wide,
with such industry
Mr M AIN Why did you support it ?
Mr SHEPHERD replied, and tho gretted that the correspondence had not the Provincial Treasury
30 as to be really of use to the public.
and found nothing, as the honourable memMr REYNOLDS said that he did not
motion
was put and carried.
to
make
prepared
possession
longer
a
been in his
for a
The Government was
ber now proposes to do on behalf of do so. That was not the place to enter
PETITIONS.
period, in order that ho might have his scheme." He thought Mr Richmond into an explanation as to what ho did in
good road to the sandhills, provided that
Mr TURNBULL presented a petition given greater consideration to it. The did foresee very clearly the position in the General Assembly, otherwise he could
the proprietors along the line would give
enough land to make the road a chain from the shareholders in the Dunedin Colonial Secretary's letter, however, only which Superintendents and Provinciali easily tell the honourable member what
Company. The petition was arrived by the mail on the previous day, Councils would be placed by this scheme, he did support; but if the honourable
Waterworks
time,
with the view of
wide and at the
enabling the lion, member to get the pro- substantially the same as that presented and the Government, yesterday afternoon and it waa surprising to him (Mr Reid) to member would meet him at the Masonic
prietors to make some arrangement on by the directors of that Company. The and to-day, were engaged with the busi- find that gentlemen who held seats in Hall, or some other similar place, he
ness of the Council. But in the face of the General Assem 'ly and who also held would be happy to afford him the inforthe matter, it allowed a few prisoners to petition was received.
Mr WILSON presented a petition from ! the question of which notice had been seats in that Provincial Council, and who mation.
Finding, however,
comm&nce the road.
He (Mr Reynolds) then proa
probability
getting
Livingston,
grant
given by the hon. member for Matau, the had always expressed strong views in sup- ceeded to say that in addition to the
was
no
the
Andrew
for
of
land
there
of
road widened, and other works of great to the first born child in the province. ! Government felt it their duty to submit port of the powers of the Provincial ordinary colonial expenditure, which inthese proposals to the Council. Neither Council, should have rushed into the arms j cluded, amongst other things, the
Importance pressing for execution, the The petition was received.
he nor his colleagues were in favour of of the Colonial Treasurer and didall they postal service, customs, and telegraphs,
prisoners were removed, with the clear
INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS.
understanding that they should be sent
under the present scheme of could to asaist him to carry these Acts. it waa proposed by the financial
proceeding
Mr
the
MOUAT,
On the motion of
back to complete the work as soon as the House
the Colonial Government. And he also One part of the Immigration and Public scheme to expend, special approCommittee,
resolved
itself
into
thought that when the inhabitants of the Works Act resembled the first portion of priations, L 1,782,813. The statement
arrangement about the land was made.
consider His Honour's Province, as well as of the Middle Island,
Under these circumstances, it would be with a view torelative
the Colonial Treasurer's speech. In the from which he quoted was made up for
to the Inspection had had an opportunity of giving
very unwise for the Council to resolve Message No. 1,
mature latter it was proposed that L 400.000 the General Assembly, therefore he would
consideration to the proposals, and to Ihe should be set apart for the construction not say that the figures were exactly corthat the work should be carried out, see- of Schools. IN COMMITTEE.
result to which they must lead, there of roads in the North Island, and rect ; but any modifications which might
ing that the proprietors were determined
not to give a single piece of land to
Mr MOUAT moved"That provision would be a great change of opinion re- L 200,000 to purchase an estate ; in fact, have been effected would not make a
was,
opinion
garding this scheme, and that an unani- the first part of his statement and of the great difference. Out of the above-menHis
own
in
the
appointwiden the road.
be made
Estimates for the
mous decision would be given against Act showed that it waa proposed to tioned sum it waa propoaed to expend
that even if the Park Company spent ment of an Inspector of Schools."
LSOO or LGOO over the road, the work
MrM'INDOE thought that the Go- any money being borrowed or any works provide for the North IsLmd. Then L 1,040,598 in the North Island, whereas
which the Government would execute vernment might have given the Council carried out under it. In dealing with this when he (Mr Reid) referred to this only L 733,000 was to be expended in the
proenhance
the
value
of
their
-would
an idea of the sum necessary to pay for matter it would be perhaps advisable Act he found that it was bristling Middle Island, and ifthe population of the
He the Inspectorship mentioned. He was of to notice what was said by the with hundreds of thousands of pounds two Islands waa considered it would be
perty by more than that amount.
felt certain that if the matter was left nninion that the present Inspector of Colonial Treasurer himself in introducing to be spent in the North Island. found that the expenditure was equal to
entirely in the hands of the Government, Schools ought to attend to those duties, the proposals to the General Assembly. He had not had time to read the whole LlO 14s per head of the population in the
an arrangement might be made with the and not hold the offices of Enumerator of One or two remarks were made by that of the Act, but he had read quite suf- North Island, and L4 17s per head of the
Park Company and the Board.
the Census and Secretary to the Univer- gentleman which to his (Mr Reid's) mind ficient to convince him that the less population in the Middle Island. Then,
Mr MILLAR supported the measure, sity Council. The University might have had a great significance. He found that they had to do with it the better it would if they considered the revenue of the two
being
required
a3
for the a secretary of its own, and the Inspector the Colonial Treasurer, when making his be for Otago, and for the whole of the Islands, they found that the revenue of
very much
interests of the citizens whom he repre- might^easily have a clerk who coulddo statement, addressed the Assembly as Middle Island. He said, with regard to the North Island wasL4l,ooo, as against
sented.(Hear, hear). At present, the the duties of Secretary to the Education follows " We propose that in a part or the proposals coming before them with L 633.000 of the Middle Island, which was
parts of the North. Island, the colony reference to the construction of worka on more than one-half more of the
city was shut in at every corner by tolls, Board.
and if this road were open, it would give
So
Mr CLARK, in explanation of his vote, shall be at the cost of constructing a the goldfields for the supply of water, and revenue of the North Island.
to
the
free
Ocean
egress
opposed
the citizens
said that last session he was
to trunk road, to place it or them in com- also in regard to a line of railway from that, although we h;d contributed
Beach, and thus aid in preserving the the number of officials proposed to be munication with the rest of the island. Tokomairiro to Lawrence, that the Gomore than one-half of the additional
health of the city. He quite agreed that appointed for the inspection of schools ; The expense of this we estimate to be vernment were as anxious to give effect to revenue, we were to receive nearly oneit was very desirable to have the road a but from the great addition to the num- L400,000, requiring an expenditure of those worka as ary other body of men third less of the special appropriations.
chain wide, but half a loaf was better ber of schools, and the fact that South- about LIOO,OOO per annum for four years. could possibly be ; they did ask last One of the arguments used in the Assemthan no bread, and if we could not get a land had been added to Otago, he was But if the colony finds the money for session of the Assembly for a sum bly for this scheme waa that the North
wide road, we must be content with the now in favour of the proposed additional these works, it is fair that it should of money to be spent iv the construc- Island would ultimately support a larger
contribute an equal amount to ana- tion of water works on the gold-fields, population than the Middle Island, and
present width and take the opportunity inspection.
of forming the road now that we had free
Mr REID pointed out that, considering logous works in the Middle Island." and in a much more satisfactory man- consequen'ly that they would be larger
prison labour at command.
the multifarious duties of the gentleman He (Mr lleid) thought the Colonial Trea- ner than it could be obtained under contributors on some future occasion.
Mr REID regretted to say that it wa3 who had the management of the educa- surer should have said, "If the Middle this Act. It was much be;ter that each He, however, did not believe that there
place
motions on tional system of the province, the ex- Island find the money for these works." province, in requiring a loan, should offer was any reliance to be placed upon that
becoming the fashion to
the paper instructing 'he Government to penses were very light indeed. He could For, if it were not for the Middle Island, its own special guarantee, give security agreement. Even if that were the case,
take certain steps, if honourable memnot see that it was any disadvantage to the Colonial Treasurer could not borrow a over its landed estate sufficient co it would be better for the Middle Island
bers, in tabling these motions, would also the province to allow the Inspector of single shilling. The Colonial Treasurer cover any risk the colony might to look to its own interests in the meanby
necessary
which the
propose a means
Schools to act as Secretary to the Uni- went on to say " We propose that it incur, and then go into the market for time ; and if the North Island did prosfunds for carrying out these works could versity Council, considering that the should be sothat an equal amount money. Unless some such steps were per to that extent, he would not be the
be obtained, the Government would bo I funds of that Universiy were the funds should be placed to the credit of the taken, what with the Maori war, and this man to tuke a penny from them. He
enabled to accomplish a great deal. of the province. Then, if ihat gentle- Middle Island, to be spent on railways, scheme for railways, and a landed estate also pointed out that the carrying out
There were other impirtant works in man did undertake the duties of enumeeach province to be entitledto share upon for the North Island, our revenues would of the worka in the Middle Island
connection wit': the city besides this road rator general, he did so in his private the basis of its receipts from the Conso- be mortgaged, and the money would not by the General Government scheme might
which had to be done, and if the prison time, and did not carry them out during lidated Revenue. Such a sum will be devoted to the worka which they ex- cost the Province from 12-| to 13g per
labour was tak'jn away from them, these the hours of his office duties. He con- not, of course, be sufficient for the pected to ace carried into effect. The cent, on the money expended in the proworks would have to be provided for ou' tended that the fact that great expense construction of railways but it will proposal to borrow this money waa a vince ; that would be getting public
of revenue. Ho alluded to the mainten- was going on for educational purposes he a valuable contribution towards somewhat serious affair. Upon what works at too costly a price. He next
ance of the Hiam road of the city, and was the very best argument for the ap- their cost, and, as between the two security would it be borrowed 1 It would shewed that iv the financial scheme there
certain now streets on the reclaimed land, pointment of another Inspector, who islands, the arrangement will be abso- be borrowed upon the security of the was an indication to do away with the
the sections <-i vhich. were sold on the should see that the expense was properly lutely fair." The Colonial Treasurer pro- Middle Island upon the security of our functions of the Provincial Government ;
express Htipnlatiou that the streets should managed.
ceeded to argue that such an arrangement landed estate. He believed that the day and during the lastfive sessions, Ministers
be formed by th.i Government. He did
In reply to Mr Wood, Mr REID said would be fair, inasmuch as an equal would come when the North Island would had shewn their desire to lay hands on
not see what preat claims this particular that the expenditure involved ty an ad- amount would be spent on railways, in be able to offer as good security as the the land fund. He wished to read a few
road had upon tho Government. It was ditional inspector would probably be proportion to the amount of receipts to Middle Island was now able to do ; but remarks madeby the Colonial Treasurer a*,
purely a dis'net road line; and hn LSOO salary and L2OO travelling expenses. which the Middle Island was entitled that day had not yet arrived and when a meeting held in Auckland. They were
failed to see vhy it should be dealt with
Mr M.OSLEY expressed his intention from the Consolidated Revenue. But so it did, he hoped the people here would as follows :" There will bo questions
on more favr.uiiiblc terms than other of voting for the motion.
far as regarded tho North Island, they not ask that the mon ys borrowed on the arising in the future about which I canrojids.
They
were told the roarl
district
Mr M'GILLIVRAY said that pre- were to spend money there whether there security of the revenuea of the North not now say much. No donbt one of
of
the
citizens
of
would be for the benePt
suming that it were necessary to ap- were receipts from the Consolida ed Re- Island should be 'aken away from the these questions will have reference to the
Dunedin, but a great many works had point another inspector, he questioned venue or not. These were very advanced people there to beexpended here. Theland large number of different land laws which
been executed for their benefit ; the new whether an inspector might n<>t be had in views for that honourable member to ex- revenue should beregarded as alocal fund, exist in the colony. There will no doubt
Botauicf.l Gnrder-s, fur instance.
The the province without sending home for pressan honourable member who was to be locally spent. He was content that be proposals for the unification of those
still a represen'ative of the Province of the Colonial Government should borrow laws, wilh the view to the adop'ion of one
Cover, merit could not provide pleasure one.
parks in every corvT of tho town. This
Mr KINROSS said that if an inspector Otago, and who some two years a'4o held for purposes of defence. He believed system which may f-e successfully carried
work wna a very desirable one when could be had in the colony for L3OO per that the colony should not botrow, it to be our duty to assist the out. It was urged as an objection to our
annum, he would vote for the motion, even for the protection of life and pro- North Island in defending themselves policy that we were stopping short, belabour was available from more urgent
for but if the officer were to cost L7OO per perty in the North Island. Now, however, against
work.M. If the honourable member
the natives as long as the war cause we did not come down with
Dunedin fancied ihat tho opening of the. annum for tho examination of country he said that every part of the colony must lasted. The war might last for a number proposals for dealing with the land
road would be a means nf enabling the schools, he should oppose it.
shave alike in the revenues of the of years, but that would be a duty from queption. But it is a question that
citizens to evade the tolls he was quite
Mr REYNOLDS pointed out that the whole, and in the expenditure of the performance of which we ought not will have to be very carefully dealt
mistaken as Boon as the road was made question at present was whether the ap- the large loans he had proposed. to flinch. He maintained that to borrow with."
He (Mr Reynolds) had no
a chock l>r would be placed there.
pointment was necessary, and did not re- The extracts which he had read would money for such a purpose would be justi- doubt of it. He did not bolieve Otago or
Mr M'INDOE, in replying, donierl fer to the salary. At the same time he have appeared very ominous to him if fiable. He believed it was beyond the Canterbury would give up the land rethat, at lie tin.c of the prisoners being set, contended that L3OO per annum was he had a seat in the Assembly when means of ihe colony at the present time venue without a fight for it. The Colonial
to work upon it, any such condition was merely no salary
I am not
all for an inspector, the proposals were before it. At to defend the North Island out of ita Treasurer than continued,
impr.'Sfd as tl:at the road should be fi who would have to travel from the Wai- any rate, he thought the whole affair revenues. The repayment of any loan indicating that we are prepared to deal
chain wide lhr'iu'_'hout its length.
taki, in the north, to Stewart's Island, should act as a warning to she Council, obtainedfor defence purposea would have with it. lam only pointing out as one
and they ought to see that it would nor to be made to extend over a periorl of clement that may be connected with pubThe Council divided on the motion with perhaps, in the south.
the following result:
Mr HUGHES hoped that the Com be wie for them to give their adhesion to perhaps twenty years, and no doubt lic works questions in the future, this
Ayes, 0 Messrs Fish, Hacrgitt, Hay, mittee would not stingily bind down the the scheme which had be^n propounded, after the lapse of a few y<>ars, and after question of the varied land laws existing
Hughes, M'fnrloe (teller,), Millar, Shanrl, Government to a small salary, but would la another portion of the Financial Statethere had been a large influx of popula- iv the colony." It would be seen that
(teller), Turnbull.
make sure, by offering a proper amount ment, the Colonial Treasurer said "It tion, the North Island would be able to so soonas we took advantage of that Bill
G./'Sibbald
IsassAllan,
general
Barr,
Nof.s, 20: Messrs
of remuneration, to cbtain the services of is fortunate that fho time for a
assist us in paying off the liabilities. On they would say you have done that, and
tian, lirown, Calder, Clark, Duncan (tel- a gentleman capable of examining not election is approaching. Tne Assembly that ground he had not the slightest now we require security from your
ler-, Gillies, Henderson, Kinross, M'Der only the schools, but also the school- may prefer that the country should be objection to the Colonial Government laud revenue for the colonial debt.
mid, M'Oillivray. Mouat, Murray, Reid masters themselves; and he trusted, consulted on the whole plan." He (Mr ob aining a loan for defence purposes. He thought that was a feeler to see how
(teller), Taylor, Thomson, Toshack, Wil- therefore, that the choice would not be Rind) also considered it was fortunate But so long as we had a land far the people would stand an encroachson, Wood.
restricted to the colony only, but that, if that the general election was approaching, fund to offer as security for money ment upon the land revenue. There waa
necessary, they might be enabled to send because he thought it would act as a safeFIRST READING.
borrowtd for the cons'ruction of roads, another question which the Colonial
guard ;it would probably prevent this railways, and other important public Treasurer touched upon significantly.
to Great Britain.
The following Bills were introduced by home
colony
being
plunjjod
from
into this works, and so long as we have a Pro- He said : Another large question, and
In reply to Mr Toshaok., Mr GILLIES
Mr I JAGG ITT, and read a first, time . stated
by the returns it appeared scheme. When this matter came to be vincial Council, the Colonial Govern- one which, the Government aro prepared
The Otigo Representation Ordinance No. that in that
1860 the number of schools was determined by the constituencies he ment should not be allowed to interfere o consider, is hat of education,although
2, 1870: An Ordinance to Amend the
of teachers 122, and of scholars believed that it would bo seen that 'he wi h the province in the execution of in some Provinces education has been
Otavo MunicipalCorporations Ordinance, 80, that
Heknew, of hia own knowledge, Middle Island as a whole would not sup- their works. He maintained that the very well attended to, and the means
1805; The "Port Chalmers Municipal Re- '1028.
great
difficulty had arisen from the port the proposals contained in this Act- Provincial Council was as much a part provided have been large. Yet there are
that
Berves Ordinance, 1870.
fact of there not being sufficient inspection There was much said during the de- of iho General Legislature aa was unfortunately other provinces, and I beRECREATION RESERVE.
of schools, and that much of the success bate in the Assembly, but R3 no the General Assembly, and all local works lieve that Auckland is one, in which the
Mr SHEPHERD moved-" That an which had attended their educational sys- d ill't honourable members had read to be carried out should be carried out by work hns not been so satisfactorily atAddreas bo presented to f lia Honour the tem, was due to the energy with which the debates he would not refer to them the Provincial Council. He concluded tended to. But the education question
Superintendent, recommending that all the present Inspector of Schools had car- further ; ho would content himself by by moving, "That this Council having is one which the Government have assured
reading an extract from .1 speech made by had under ita consideration the communithe House they will take into considerathat parcel of land, containing by ad- ried out his duties.
In reply to Mr Thomson, Mr REID the honourable J. C. Richmond, for it cation from the hon. the Colonial Sec- tion during the recoss, with a view of
measurement 57 acres and 32 perches,
more or less, being sections 23, 24, 25, said that it had been considered advisable was worthy of perusal, and it was to his retary, enclosed in His Honour's Message making some proposal respecting it." He
2G, and portions of Ai and 4.5,all of block to select a gentleman for the office of in- credit that he remained, true to his No is of opinion that although itia ex- merely pointed these things, out, provided

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we took advantage of tho financial


TAILOfiS
policy of last session of tho Assembly.
a
flairs
in
our
education
a
We had
SI
TAILOB AND OLOTHIHiI,
very efficient state. We had large rePri-ce3oiTO6t,
serves belonging to the department, and
Oppoeito Criterion Hotel),
if the General Government were to pass
DoneSin.
a general Act they would become Colonial
reserves, and the rents would be devoted
PEiECES STREET,
DUSBDIS.
the
throughout
to education generally
(Adjoining Messrs Burton Bros.)
whole of the colony. It had been argued,
and with some chance? of carrying it, that
UNDERSIGNED respectfully anthu whole of the education cf the country ']^HE
JL nounces chat, he has taken th a shop ti'lioininsj
Mo3srs Barton Bros.. Photograph iw, IVincas-streot,
Ishould be under the General Government;
where 119 will devote Ilia ur.'divldwi ;it:crition to taa
and one common fund, from which the establishment
of .i first-class Tailoring Business upon
whole educational department should strictlycash principlca.
assured that, by adopting this an tho princibe paidthat' was that the Middle pleFeelin?
upon
he can best, serve t?is public, he will
Island should educate their own bo enabledwhioh
to supply first-class materials and workpeople and the- people of the North manshipat from 20 to 25 per cent tea Sinn the usual
prices.
Island. Even theHundredsRegulation Act credit
His experience in the business, and the reputation,
was not to be compared with axich a ques- he has so long enjoyed as a lirst-class ciutcr,
and his
to execute all orders with' the utmost
tien as this. If ths Council was unani- determination
according to fashion or fancy, and the conr
care,
mous upon the point, he believed that at rormation of the figure,
hops
induceshim to
for a conthe general election inoa!: of the members tinuance of the support of hi:t frie'ids an.l tho public.
J. M'GAW,
returned for the united province would be 2.iag
Tailor ana Clothier
returned pledged to oppose this scheme ;
and if nineteen members were returned T BEG to thank the Gentlemoa of
who would work together on the point, J- Dur.ciin cr the pitronage t> liosrally bestowed
he would defy any Government to carry upon ma since commencing Basino33 here, and at the
the scheme through.
time informingthem that I am in a better posiUltimately, prog ess was raported, and same
tion to serve tlierr than heretofore, having a liurg*
leave given to sit again to-day.
assortment of TweeSs for Btyle nnd quality unequalled. The following are a list of p ices:Sacii
On the motion of Mr MILLAR, Message No. 2, with the correspondence | suits, 3 103 Pagstdo, 3 15!, 4, and &i 103.
GEORGE DAVID.TON,
attached thereto, was ordered to be !
Rattray street.
1
printed.
The House adjourned at S,is p.m.
STABLING.
SUPREME COURT.
"VTEW ABBEYLEIX

STABLER

Thursday, 17ih Novembkb.


(Before His Honour Mr Justice Chapman.)
The Court opened at 11 o'clock.

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i-i Maclaffffm Street. Full Livary, 5< par night;


Stalls, Is; Saddle Horses and Busrgiea at; reduced
prices. Good Paddock a 'commodation. Horse3boughtandsold.

ARTHUR SMITH

In Bankruptcy.
Harper, Black, and Co.
By consent of counsel, the further consideration of this case was postponed until
Friday morniug, after Chambers.

re

In Banco.
of settled estates
AND inre. CAIUULLS, INFANTS.

REMOVAL.

NOTICE OS

REMOVAL.

. HAIRDRESSER
FBEISSEt^.

AND PERFUMER
By Appointment to H.K H. tho Duke "f Edinburgh
ACT, ISGS,
His Excallrnc *c Governor, and Volunteer*
This was a friendly proceeding, and Mr ] and
Warm, Gold, and Shower Baths alwayr ready. iTitlia.
Turton appeared for all the parties con- i good mpply of hot wrner. L idir>B Room Up-staira.
Removed to opposite Bank of New South Wales,
cerned. It was a petition from John Cargill
Prinrs street.
t,ea.sks and sales

aud John R. Jones, trustees of certain


property settled by deed upon the children
PUBLIC COMPAHIS I}.
of the former, praying for leave to cell a
small piece of land, worth about LlO, held
under the trust, and invest the proceeds in A USTRALIAN MUTUAL jfKOVI.other land.
The children (infant3-at-law)
DENT ("LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
were made co-petitiones ; and the consent ---!
of their uncle and guardian, Mr E. B. Cargill,
PrincipalOffice, Kow Pitt street, Sydney,
to the exchange had been filed.
His Honour said Mr Turton might take j
Accumulated and Invested Fand.....vOl,oMt
the order. A matter of this kind was genePreeont Annual Revenue..._. .__180,0OJ
rally referred to the Registrar, in order that
he might report upon whether the proposed
The Society being constituted oa *Ao uriacifls
sale would be advantageous to the trust or
MUTUAL ASSURANCE,
not; but the advantage in this case was so
the
obvious, and the amount so small, that the
Courtfelt justified in dispensing with forWHOLE PROFITS
belong exclusively to the members, and ars diTici
malities.
rateably among them at
Order made as prayed.
The Court then rose.
INTERVALS OF FIVE YBABS.
Agent for Dunsdin,

17th

Thursday,

EDMUND SMITH

29mj

MAYOR'S COURT.

N~oTa"il

WILLIAM

November.

"DOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY

Capital
2,000000.
(Before His Worship the Mayor, and C. E.
Funds in haud immediately available exceed
Brunton, Esq., J.P.)
1,800,000. Liability of Shareholders Unlimited.
Special
Advantages
by
offered
thisCompany.
Drunkards.John Walker was, on the
FIRE INSURANCE:
charge of being drunk in Princes street at
Unquestionable
security.
premiums;
Moderate
option
the
of
53,
p.
m.,
being
4.30
fined
with
settlements.
imprisoned for 24 hours. Peter Matheson Prompt and liberal
LIFB
INSURANCE
:
was fined 40a, with the alternative of three Unquestionable securiir. Lrge
ia pradays' imprisonment, for being drunk in Mac- fit. Exemption oi sieij&i ixozi participation
lisbiiiiy of partnerlaggan street at 9.30 p.m. on the previous ship.
day.
Premiums cas bs made p*ys.bie in asy part of taa

Supplying

Tobacco to Prisoners.John

Hammond, a sailor, just arrived, was


charged with this offence. He pleaded that
he did not know he was breaking the law.
Sergeant Watson not wishing to press the
charge, he was let cif in the mitigated
penalty of 10s, or in default, 24 hours' imprisonment.
JEWELLERY.

World.
Licen*e for voyage to Europe grin-el tret at ciisig
LIFE BONUSES hitlieno among Lar^esi Ever Daclared by any office.
Far every particular see Company's Alraanac,
had of the Agjnts,
HBNDERSON LAW and Co., Donedin.

QUEEN

INSURANCE

COMPACT

OF

LIVERPOOr., LONDON, AND MELBOURNE.

YOUNG
CAPITAL, TWO MILLIONS STERLING.
has much pleasure in calling attention to the
very large quantityaad great variety of Goods he haa
received during the last four monthsnearly every
The
Life preminms ore tlio lowest in the colonies,sxi
ship Ircm Home having brought him a number of
the security to policy holdors unsurpassed. Boiras
cases.
consignments
previously adveraveraging 40 pet cent, of the premiums paid, wu
In addition to the
tised ex Equator. Leucadia, UuiiiiLan. and E. P. Boudeclared to holders of participating lifs policiesitdt
verifl. he haa quite recently received FiveCiae3ex tVilFleming.
Glisgow.
liatn Davie and J. Nicol
Irom
Deoombor, 1868.
His Stock now eomorises one of the finest and most
Fire Insurances effected at lowest current rate, an
extensive as3jrtmenta of
losses promptly settled.
watches, clocks, jewellery, silver,
p. goods,
and
KEMPTHOSNE, PROSSBR, and Co.
ever seen in the Colonies.
Agents
G. Y. would especially pwit out one or two of the
advantages he can offer to hisfriends and the public :
1 His Stock is not only laree ani varied, but fresh,
tf UROPEAN ASSURANCE
thus offering an ex eusive choice of all the newest
" Empowered by Special Actof ImpariilParliament
fashions and novelties.
2nd. All hia Stock has teen bought for Cash at the
FOR LIFE AND GUARANTEE ASSURANCE.
first hands in the Home Markets, and us ho intends
giving his custo tiers the brnefic of the discounts atjd
VICTOR! *N BRINCH :
all intermediate churgss which he has thus been able
117, collins street weit, melbourne.
to save, ho is enabled to offer much greater value for
obtained
Dunedm.
money
than
can
tie
elsewhere
in
th
bbll.
WAT /HBS an'i CLOCKS in great variety, and
Managing Director.
second to none. A.B a gna-antes of this, G. Y. need
WM. CARR. YOUNG,
only memisn that he received th-! Fikst Piiizk for
Ai?ent, Danedui.
Smy
locks and Watches in the Now Ziuland Exhibition,
ISS.
JEWJiLLERY.A most extensive choice. AH the XTORTHEKN ASSURANCE
latent d-.signs and patterns of all the different articles
U*
COMPANY.
in this department.
SILVER and B. P. GOODS All the latest novelCapital: 2,000,000.
ties und newest patterns. Two caseaper J. H. Fleming
just to hand, with ne* Revolving Batter and Snjir
Life Assurances effected b^'ore ."l*t DacemberpaEStands. &c &c.
ticipate in che QuinquennialDivision of P.-uli-s, to bo__
Aneroids, Field and Opera Glasses, &c.
Dunediu Ofllco: Temple Chambers, Princes street.
Early inspection invitjd.
J S. WEBB,
llja
Aeentv
L&.RGE &TOCK OK COLOMAL JEWELLERY.

GEORGE

c.

SOCIETY.

"Edward

'

Watches, Clocks. Jewellery, &c, carefully Cleaned and


Repaired,at aiottrate Chir4ea,
YOUNG,
WATCIISIAKEK AND JEWELLER
PiIINCES STREET, DUNEDIN",

AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCE CO.

FIRE,

GEORfSM

Opposite Bank of How South

ESTABLISHED

JOHN

pOBB

Opposite B.ini of Otago.

J. H. beg to acquaint hia friends and the publli


genarally, that he is in oonstant receipt ofby everj
mailNew Goods, pnruhaaed from the best makers, o!
which a list is cnumeiateu below.
WATCHESGoId and silver, In.die3' and gents', opet
faced, aud hunting,keyless, and every otio:

description.

Gents' Colonial and Engli3l


gold nllxTt and ard c'aajns.
Barrings, extensive choice, Bet witi
diamomLa, auu evcrj' kind of precious stone&
BR4.OKLETB and Neckletalarga assortment.
KINGS trad Pina, variousdndgna; also, studs, slcev*links, and solitairee, und gold and silve;

CHAlNSLadies' aid
BROOCHES and

pencil cases.

SILVER GOODSTea and coffee Bcrvicoa, knlvet


forks, apoons, galvcrs, iukstanrfs, card casoj.
ohildren'e maga, Vnifo, fork, and npoon, ii
eeta a selection of Priao cupa, salt cellars, aa<
brooches.
PLATEO GOODSTea and coffee services, sngat
basine,cruets, liqueur frames, e^ij stands, caki
baakets, salt cellar*, and every rieacripUon of
electro-plated goods.
BAROMETESBShip and hull, aneroid, mercurial
r.n tnetaliic ; also, a largo assortment of thar

moinotery.

TELESCOPESOpera, msrino, and field glasses.

CLOCKSA large assortment of English, French, oat


American clocksenitivblu for drawing-roomt
diniriK-roomi), halls, or kitchsns.
of greenstone
GRESNSTONKA large aaaortmoat
mwuntoil, ia broouhea, oarsijiB, studs, locketi
pin. &c.
ol
J. H. haothe honour to inform the Inhabitants
jondoi
the Provl'ioe, tht the maanficturor of
oioda wa' thes wok a first prijee at tho Internationa
tjrb'1 ltion, 18G2, London,

All sorca of Culoaini Jewelry made to order,


Chroaometoa, duplex, lever, horizontal, verge,

overy C.jcriptioa of watches curefully repaired,

SiiP chronometeirated

by

transit

obgervatioik

QO.

MAIL COACHES

ROYAL

HISLOP

PKLNCES STREET, DUNEDIN

AND
Telegraph Lines ol

18S6.

ate Arthnr Beverly),

BOYAL MAIL.

Wales.

Invoices tohand ef 3 Case3of Cl'cks &c., per Otago,


from London, and a lartro c-?ck of Watcha-, Jewellery,
&c, per next American Mail,atiecinlly pelectcd for the
Colonies by hisbrotiec-iu-jaw. Mr Waiter Hialop.

LIFE, and MARINE RISKS

taken at lowest current raf,es.


W. and G. TURNBULL and Co.,
A-Benti for Otaijrr.

F.

P.

Mansfield and C0.... ....^.l'ropristorK

SDMMBR ARBAKOBMENTS,
CoiYlng the Bookig Office, Moneo street, next ffaia'sHotel, for all parts of the t'rovince.
fares, time, &c., &c see Bradahaw's G-''Ws; vt
inquire at the Booldng ovUco.
CARRIAGES.
F. P. M. ii 00., have always on hand tbs rawest *s.
ilgi ai.Broughams,BaroucJi3,Phapton3,Waggauettea,
md American Buegies of every description.
OARRIAQES BTJILT TO OBBEB.
All timber used in their Manufactory hitsbaea care(ully belectod and imported direct from Apisiica, RtwJ
teasot ed for years before working.
Repairs done ir> a saporior manner, vrith all possiHs
iipatch, and at tho lowet ehargep.
MANTJPAOTORY AND REPOSITOHY,
STAFFORD STRBET.
Superior carriafte and buggy paira, en&iSa baiE-ss
nd hacks, always on band for sale or exchange.
Horses broken to saddle nd harnesIbSSeptember, 1870

O B B

C O

AND

s,.

DAILY LINE TO AND FROM OAM4.KX7.


REDUCTION OF FARES,
Commencing November Ist, 5570.
Waikoua'H
10-1 Od
15 fld
Falmerston
17 (11
Trotter's
Creek
Hampden
1 0s Od
Otcpofo
1 0s Od
Oamaru
1 sGd
F. P. MANSFIELD r.nd Co.,
Pronrietors.

T3ENINSULA AND ANDERSON'S


JL
BAY OMNIBUS.

Hours o S'.aTtinft:
Lraves IMPERIAL HOTEL DBNKDINO.4S a.ra.
2 p.m., 5.15 l> m.; Saturdays, 10 > p.m.
Leaves GARSIDE'S STORE. PORTOBELLO ROAD
8.-to a.m., 12 30 p m., 4 p.m. Saturdays, 7 pm.
Fire Single,la Return, 1b Od Anderson's Bay, 63,

:;

ALEXANDER OARSIDE,
Proprietor*

OTAGO DAILY TIMES,

BAI.SS BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

JiiX, GRAIN, WOOL, AND OTHER COLONIAL.

TUESDAY, 22nd

PRODUCE.

NOVEMBER,

SALES BY AUCTION.
TUESDAY, 22cd NOVEMBER, 1370.

OHCENIX WOOL WAREHOUSE,

PROPERTY

FBEEHOLD

CLEARING SALE OF TEAS,


Bal nee of Ellina's Cargo.

beg to intimate that we have en-

WE

X)ur periodical pales ef Flax will in future be held at.


Mr John Reid's Warehouio, Hope street, whero
arrangements of the most, cempletc character have
twcninadc for pressing, storing, and expesingfor sale.
GRAIN.
We are prepared 13 receive, store, and sH privotc'y
Ojain
by
.sent to our care.
or auction, all

to
on Tuesday, 2i'nd instant is 12 o'clock,
iiaif"ne3ts *ea-

200

Terms at sale.

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

WOOL.

Wcol growers is specially invited


for showing to the best advantage Wool entrusted to us for sac.

attention of

FRIDAY, 18th NOVEMBER,

o'clock.
FLOORIKO.

on

jetty.

SATURDAY, 19th

17n

UNDER DI3TRAINT

At 1 o'clock.

MiiANDRESS, HEPBURN, and CO.

are instructed to sell by auction at their


Booms, Manse street, oa Saturday, 19th November, at
1o'clock,
A largeassortment of Tobacconists' wares, comist-

iugol

Meerschaum pipes, straight and bent, meerschaum, Belgian, assorted fancy, cutty and
bent fncy, cigar holders, meerschaum
bowls, cherry stems, briar pipes, amber
mouth-pieces straight and bent, imitation
pouches, purses,
meerschaums, tobacco
leathor pocket-books, match boxes, travelHag companions, writing desks, portmonnaiO, &c , &c.

Also,
cigars, duty paid
cnoice D and3
Terms cash.

17n

SATURDAY, 19th NOVEMBER,


At 12 o'clock.

HOUSEHOLD

FURNITURE.

'LANDRESS, HEPBURN, and CO.

are instructed to sell by auction at thtir


Booms, Manse street, on Saturday, 19.h November, at
12 o'clock,
An assortment of Houtchold Furniture, consisting
tl

square dining tables, 100 tables, conch


in hair cloth, chest cf drawers, betteads,
mattrastes, book-case, cornice poles, &3,

Ovaland
&c.

Terms eah.

BOHEMIAN

Vclock,

packages Earthenware, from the celebrated

manufacturers, Pinder, Bourne, and Co, Burslem,


Staffordsbire,
Consisting o
Globe, white granite waTe in soup plates, dinner
plates, swindlers, muffins, meat dishes, frem
Bin to IS n, bakii g dishes from Sin to l'iin,
eoitp tureenscomplete, s^uce tureens complete, cover dishe?, salads ; doTB Dalcarnarti
in soup aLd dincer plates, twifflers, mnmns,
&c. &c. The above ware also in brown
Rouen, unique biack Chios, French dove
Tiddesley ; cup3and saucers, Irish, Sussex,
as3irted, printed, plates, muffins, twittlers,
soup tureens, gravies, chcoEe stands, enam-

MAUDE and BEE.

TUESDAY, 2.'nd NOVEMBER,


At 3 o'clock.

IGn

TUESDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER,

o'clock.

Great Clearing Sale of General Merchand'ss


for tho Mail.

'LANDRESS, HEPBURN, and Co.

are instructed to sell by auction, at their


Kooms, Mansestieet, on Tuesday, the i2ad ics=., at 12
-o'cicek,
TO boxes Belaiont candles
1C do Jordan almonds
y ca^es 1-ght blus
Scasksblackiag
24 kegs butter
10 b lies paper bags
293 bags Patna tice
5 cases Bo wick's baking powder
S do T .ylor's ch-colate
10 do ore-m of tartar
3 do liquorice
S rlo lnnt.n,.eel
5 do asortod pec-1
10 do chutKov (sliced)
20 dn Keilkr's conJectionory
5 do mac ro- i
C do vermicelli
C do mustard
10 do valotitiaraisins
5 do &es
15 do J-sarrtires
1 do vestal
5 do manilla cigars
2 do Swiss
do
10 do Ormond's Swissdo
15 J-tieree twist tobatco
100 cn-es Matignonand Co.'a old brandy
250 do eeneva.J.U.KZ.
<S0 do Mm tcli's brandy
dark brandy
C |-caska do
p-iln do
10 do
do
15 do Glcnliv&t whi=ky
33 cats Htdale's rum
72 do
do
old t-ui
whisky
71 do
do
2.)
tort wine
hndschpiry
7
10 do Bowzv'f clmmpaene
i
}
230 ca esD Vlrgir.i.na claret
C do French whio iviue
7 do Sc. Julieri claret
2.0 do claret
100 do Blor.d's stout
3) do pit; stout
50 do Tnwnpo d's saniarar'Hi'.
1 do Hcctot's kippered faliion
poited herrings
1 do
do
2 io cusules
1 do muckf rel in oil
2 do prunes. 71b tins
111) tins
<1 do
do
8 do Bailey's concentrated il-iid magnesia
8 do
do
do
0 frames sheathingfelt.
Terms at sale.

18n

TUESDAY, H2nd NOVEMBER,


At 12
COARSE AND

'

o'clock.
I'INB

fine
no
extra fine salt,
do
Now landing, fx Grace Gibsen,
Terms at sa!o.

The following valuable freehold and leasehold pro-

perties, viz.,
Ist, FreehoWAll that parcel of land in the
Province oi Ocuuo, co- ttinintr by measurement 1!!)' acres, mo c er le;s. situat<din
the Woodland district, being sections numbered rc-iei-tively 1 2. :f, i. and 5. bl ck 1.,
on the re'-ord map of toe said flistric;. The
land is 11 heavily timlmrertand well watertd.
Kvery one of the sections hn* a frontage to
Catiin's K'^er, and if round suitable, will be
sold separately.
2. Freer-old-PecWoas 24 nnd 5C block VIII..
Iorth Hnrbour and Biucskin district, containine !'o acres 1 roo.i la poles, also well
titnbrreii.
3. Leasehold-FeHions 7 nnd 8. bl-ick XV.,
Duneilin, frotuin^ Dowiinp s reet. with four
dwe,ling hous.s there.>n. Th.? ground rtnt
is low. aii'i vuluutioii cm to be i>a.d, or the
buildings iuhy be removed at the end of lease.

The title dcd.= ant renditions of ?ale may be. soen at


thooffices of W. DuAnie Stu-.vait, Esq Solicitor, Dunadin.
PJana of the proterties t the offlce3 ef the Auciioneers.
70

NOVEMBER,

U N

SALE,

FOll

n the Province of Otaga.


ore 3 First-class Sheep Country,

20 000

Stocked with

10 000

in the estae rf Mr Edward 11 Glnshan. to sell by


motion, at rtv-ir W'ol Warehouse.-', Duiieuin,on Tuesiay, 2jud November, at 3 o'clock,

fchcePi

(5

S~

furniture,

intention

MLEAN.

~L

LOWEST RATES.
The wellknown eiperience of '.urMr Lacseigne, and
his practical acquaintance with this clas3 of business,
afford the best guarantee that the interests of our constituents will be thoroughly attended to.
CAKGILL h LANSEIGfcE.

FELLJiONGERY, GREEN

ISLAND.

For plans of property and

I to the Aui-tionoars.

other particulars,

apply

?n

working order, and we are prepared to classify


and scour Wool at current rated.

LANSEIGNE.

WOOL AND FL-iX.

PERMAY QUEEN, frfm LONDON,


and ROBERT, from NEW YORK :
Associated Vineyard brandy, seaming and shop
twice, Ofiborne's ctst steel, veta, port wine,
Hill Evans vinegar, blasting powder, Devoe's
kerosene oil, tobaccos, axes, hatchets, hammers, trucks, shovels, &c &c.
W. and G. TURNBULL and Co.
2 th October, 1870.

ARRIVE

TO

SALE

Woolpack3, ShecpsheaH, and


All Station Stores

COFFEE prepared by Barron,

MONEY.

TO LEND, lont?Large
MONEY.
Freehold

Martell's

j^fONEY

Fine Qualities

HOUSEHOLD
STANDARD
REMEDIES.
JAYKE'S FAMILY MEDICINES

Are prepared with great care, expressly for family use


and are so admirably calculated to preserve
health and remove disease that no
family shouldbe without them.
They consist of
Jayne's Expectorant, for couzhs, consumption, asthma
and all pulmonary and bronchial affec.ions.
Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge, for worms, dyspepsia, piles,
general debility, &c,
Jajne s Carminative Balsam, for bowel complaints,
colics, cramp,cholura, &c.
Jayne's Alterative, for Bcrofula, goitre, cancers,
diseases of the skin, bones, *.c.
Jayne's Ague Mixture, for the cure of fever and
ague.
Jayne's Liniment, or Counter Irritant, for bruises,
rheumatism, &c.
Jayne's Sanative Pills, a valuable purgative, and a
certain cure for all bilious affections, liver complaints, sick headache, ice,
Jayne's Hair Tonic, for the preservation, beauty,
growth, and restoration of the hair.
Jayne's Specific forthe TapeWorm.
In settlements and localities where the attendance
f a physician cannot leadily be obtained, families
will find these remedies of a great service the directions which accompany them are inplain perspicuous
language, easily understood by all; ano, in addition,
Jayne's Medical Almanac and Guiiie to Health, to bu
had gratis of ailAgents, contains, besides areliable
calendar, a caialogue ef diseases, the symptoms by
which theymas beknown, howthey shonld be treated,
together with the advice as to the proper remedies to
be used.
Al' of IDr Jayno and Son's Family Medicines are
sold lv all respectable Druggists and Storekeepers
throt-0no"t the celony,
Wholesale Agents for New Zealand:
KEMPIHORNB, PROSSER, and CO.,

Dunedin and

Teas and low boxea, ex Ellina

MONEY

Security on favourable terms, in sums to suit


brrowars. In casea where security is declined eg
charge made. Apply to
OONNELL ar.d MOODI3

BTJaiNESS KOTICES.

L J JS t',,
N D R E W
anrt Papesfesngar,

Fainter, Glazier,
Importer c paper-hangigo, window gl&83, plein su
arnsnnevital ships' signal and deck lifhts, glws shs.rioi
OESiisaber and prop&Kating glassoa; wbiSa lead, oil!
leiore gilt mouiiSiug, fee, &o.
Opposite the Rsyal Gaorge HotsL
Gorfre street. Dfinaiifn.
OTAGO PLUMBER, COPPER, AND BRAS3WORKS,
PRINCES STREET, DUNSDIN.

AND

T.

B U E, T,

per Bottoms. Copper Piping, &c, all weights and


sizes suitable forcopper work in all its branches.
A. and T. B. will be glad to give Drawings, and
Tenders for works connected thereto, containing the
very atest improvements in Great Brit-in, and at
prices equal to Melbourne or Sydney,

Work

SALE,

Steam Engines, 8 and 12 H.P.,


Steam Boilers, Field's Patent, not requiring brickwork, Po table Steam Engines, all b zcs, Thrashing
Mtichimi, all sizes, Broadcast Seed Drillsfor corn or
grass.
Keap'rig Machines, improved descriptions.
Double-furrow Ploughs, do.
do.
ChHflcutters
Horse Powers
Horse Rakes
Croskill'R Clod Crushers
Fencing Wire
Oi's, Nestsfoot Colaa,&c.
Cheeee Presses
Che'-ecVacs. c.
13s
MANNING, Walker street.

ary deleterious ineredient, and v ill be found invaluable as a corrective and restorative in any derangement of the Bystem, arisingthrough an impure 3taie
of the blood. Hotel visitors should ask for and drink
this in place ef strong spirits, and thus insure health
and prolong life.
Sold by all Druggists, Storekeepers, and Hotelkeepers in the colony.
Wholesale Agents for New Zealand:

This medicated Compound is unequalled for preserving, restoring, ami beautifyingthe hair, eradicating EcuTf and dandruff, preventing baldtess audgiey
hair, curing diseases of the skin, glands, and muscius,
pimples, chilblains, and gives instant relief in cuts,
bruises, fpmins, burns, scalds, &c.
Sold everywhere by Druggists and Storekeepers.
Agents for New Zealand :

KEMPTHORNB, PROSSER, and CO.,


Dunadin and Auckland.

pALMER'S WASHING COMPOUND.

She Stoops to Conquer.


With this fluid the miseries of tho washing day are
passed. A day's work cam be done in a few hours, and
uh better doj.e thanformerly, by simply attending to
theplain directionson eachlabel Bewnreof unprincipled
and worthless imitations. In consequence of the la ge
demand, tho retail price is now reduced to Ono Shilling
per b;.ttle. Tv be obtained from all Grocers and Storekeepers in the colony.
Agentsfor New Zealand

KEMPTHOENE, PROSSER,

and CO.,
Dunedinand Auckland.

on

ALLAN,

General Commission and Shipping Agent,


JAMESTOWN.
Giods received and adored.
GREAT RKDUOTIoN IN PRIUE.

AND
V\ HEELER SEWING
Yt
SILENT
From 6.

SUGAR-COATED

1 OCKING'S

-*-^

BA\.

"VVHOLE3ALE and RETAIL STOREKEEPER,

'

BARRY'S

TRICOPHEROUS.

attended to with Immediat

MARTIN'S

T3

150

WILSON'S

MACHINE,

An Agent wantedfor Dunedin.


the Australian Colonies and
New Zeniaiid.
Long and Co.. Cl Elizabeth street, Melbourne.
GAU'i lON.Bewaie tf imitations of the W. and W.
Machine.
170

J. N. Fleming :
Otard'ii Brandy in bulk and ca-o

Caret?, Burgut.dy, Champagne, Port nnd Sherries


Belmont Candles, 1809 Hops, Walmsley's Malt
of tho South do

Venus (10s) Tobacco, Mor.nt Bernard do


Cape Raisins, Prunes, Swiss Cigars

Arrol'a Ale and Portar, &c, &c,

in

Bon.A street.

NoTIUK Tv fcUKhI'oW^EKS.

THE Undersigned aro now prepared to


undertake the scouring of nn; quantity of wool, in n
very supsrior manner, and at lowest rates.
MURRAY, ROBERTS it CO.,
Stafford street, Dnnedin.
FelltnoDgeriesGreen Island and Tokoraairira. 3io'

i formerly of tho Roads and Works Department)


ARCBITHCr AND BUILDER, &C.,
ORKATKJNQ STREET, DUENDI^.
to intTni his frioi ds and the public generally
Befrs he
thxt
h' s commenced busineaa as above. Est!U'atoil given, alter tions mace, >nd general repairs
executed.X. H. has also established a House and
Estjte Agency.
Parties favouring him with instructions will receive his best attention.
2Gs

KINCAID,

PILLS.

These Pill3are purely botanical in their composition,


ana are capableof assimilating with the blood, purifying it, and charging :t, s it were, with a hea.th-giving
power, and renovat:ng tho whole animal econoi! y.
Tney are a most ettkieut remedy for indigotiou, with
its lontr trainof ills, such as pnias n the head, chose,
stomach, side, nizziness, lie. In oaseb ol liver complaints and bilious attentions, their disease extiiminatini power is most strikingly attested by the
numerous ai.d spontaneous testimonials that are unceasingly pouring in to MessrsLocking and fcon, Hull,
by i-hute whuhave be*n cured by their use. Two ur
t*ree doses of the pillswill speeuily restore to health
and vigour.
Agents for New Zealand:

GEOKGE

DEKNAED'S'OL D ~
EHKA KD'S
On Sikli: by

|4

GIKGEII

TO

M.

WLNK

R. B. MARTINand Co.,
n Lfquidation.

30my

It

SALE,

By the undersigned,
In lots to suit purchasers,
Countoa n-.cl Viscountess Slates
Hearth Scouex. Corrugated Iron
File Bdcke. Cement, &c,
R. B. MAETIN and
7th July, 1870.

SARSAPARILLA.
One of the most effective Alteratives ever prodncofl
[or Purifying the Blood and invigorating the system,
mtl the Cure of Scrolula, Ulcers, Humours, Corruptions, Blotches, Erysipelas, and allSkinDiseases.
Affections of the Heart, Liver, &c, Djepepsir,
Dropsy, Rheumatiain, Gtneral Debility, nnd Female
Dvorders.
The above being purely a medicine, and not ft
beverage, ono bottle iis far more eflScacioue thanonj
Sarsaparilla hitherto offered to the public.

AVER'S
CHERRY PECTORAL,
An Anodyne Expectorant, and reliable Antidote tot.:
Consumption, Colda, Coughs, Bronchiiif, Aet&mt,
Whooping Cough Croup, andall Pulmonary Diueas

AVER'S

Chalmers.

Urr.

DUNKDIN IRON

SPARROW

WORKS.

AND

THOMAS,

IROK Snir-Bullj7HsnH AND noiLBMiHtaS,


Mauuiriuti.ru:s oi i' l;alur, glriiur, and 6Usvct.:oi
brirtgos ; boilmz down, t>hc-'p wn'.'.hlng ami :lir-7-".Hi
uppiirntv.e; iron ocmini?. riiipio iurt kopp".t ;>iai.F
fir tliir K.-;lrlflWs ; purai. Uno bfots !o all size? ; i-ci
tabnlnr boilots rwiuiriuf; no bric-k work ; and gonon
Binith work. Addrroa. fimnbi-rlimd atrect. Dmicviiiu

GENERAL.

beg to inform you


pENTLEMENI
that lam
offt r for salo my large stock of

vJT

Co.,
In liquidation.

Bjy

monte.

to

,
A. MAOKESZia.

CUKE.

AVER'S

HAJR

VIGOR

FOR

.-

THEJ NATURAL .VITALITY AKB

RESTORING

COLOR

OF THE HAIR

la net a Dye, nor does itpoetess any coloring mafctea


or offensive Bubstanco whatever, neither will it r- *
the most delicate fabric, but is an agreeable
ing to the hair; promotes its luxuriant growth, givlEjj
itrichness and beauty, removes BalnneEa, and inTO*';;
ably restores

drifts

FADED OS

GKEY

to its original colour.

HAJBJ

The above elegant preparatiosE have loag baea


strongly recommended by the Medical Profession,and
command a worldwide reputation, which is enffioiCSguarantee of their utilityand genuineness,

Wholesale

Dunedin and Auckland.

LIC X O N'S

SALVE

Cures

bruises, buru, scalds, ulcers, boils, sorolejzo,


chhol.iiis, frost in the hands or i'uoc, sore throat, lmibugo, paiiss in thu siiie. blisters, corns, whitlow, suie
ft; d iufliumd ejes, styes, itc., ic.
Of nil farnu of
human suffering, in none is Glickon'a saivo nioc
beneficial thim in bad breasts at nursing woru..n.
rheie is no lemeiiy known which is a more certain
ana Sttie cure for acre nipples, inilunied breasts, inuu
rated breast, irritabie breast, abscess ol breast, Ou.ii
acute and chronic, milk nbsuess, &c. For accidents,
Scalds, and biirnn, no other application ia necessary,
butapply the salvo as soon as possible, and the eil'uot
will be aatouishingiy g /od.

Agents fcrjNew.Ze&land:

IMPORTERS AND

GENERAL

MERCHAMTSi

HIGII STKEET, DUNEDIH,

GABRIEL'S

PREPARATIONS

lOR THli TEiiTH,

Chemists,Perfumcts, and Storeicepeia


throughoutthe Woria,
With Directiens for Personal Use.
GABRIEL'S WHITE GUTTA PEECHA ENAMEL
Sold by

For stopping decayed teeth. Renders the tooth Bonnfl


and useful, and pievents toothache ; ik. matterhow las
decayed.
Price lb GJ j.er box. Ask for Gabriel's
celebrated Dental Preparations.
GABRIEL'S OSTHO ENAMEL STOPPING,
For preserving front teeth. Warranted to remain
whitu and as firm aa the tooth itself. This bekUtift'i
preparation restores front teeth and prevents decay.
Will stop six teeth. Price ss.

GABRIEL'S CORALITE TOOTHPASTE


For cleansing and improving the teeth, and impnrttflE
a naturalredness to the gyms, whitens the teeth without leaviug between them any traces of powder, and
gives brilliancy to the euarmil. Price, la Cd.

GABRIEL'S EOYAL TOOTH POWDEB,


Prepared from a recipe as used by Her Majesty. Prorvt& the teeth, a! d impurts delicious lrn^rance to
ho l>rtuth, gives the tx eth a piarl-iike whiteness, nnfi
protects the enamel. Price Is Gd.
GABRIEL'S ODONTALGIQU ELISIB,,
An cs-ence unparalleled for its efficacy in all CB.SCBOX
Tic, Neuralgia, ano Toothuche, and forms a moat
agreeable and refreshing v.< uth-wai h; has the UK
rivalled advantiigc-B of j.eriuining the month, and
sweetening the breath, strcngtl'cuirg the gums, and is
most invaluable to smokers. Price ss.
Partita at a distance reqnirirg Ai-Uncial Teeth may
have thorn supplied, in ) mtinl or complete Bete, OB
AK'tsrs Gatiriel'd new system, by iti^rn jr ituticularso?
theircases, with a remittance oi Onu Guinea, when the
apparatus ior tr.lcit.g a mo< el ot ttie zlouUi will be forwarded, with ail necessary iuttructioiin. Kessrs Gabriel will umu-riake to lumodcl or Xtpair Artificial
Testh u.iuic by other Lioi ti&is (which do not prove
Batiflivctjry) at w oderate charge?.
Messrs Oubr-.cl's Pamphlet on Artificial Teetii R&
PAinlfbsD.'iil-istry on leceipt of postage.
Ah letters to be uiidiewtd to C4, Ladgate HiEj,
Lon-jou.

***

BUTCEEEB.

EDWARD
Wholesale

MESTL OV E o
Retail Butcheb,
Gror.t Ki. g Ssrooft, Daneili

akd

Genrga, MaclngsaE, or.d

ut,

Agents for New Zealand

X-'amiii^s waitt.-d upon for ordaw ia nil parts oJ ths


Cij> and Suburbf.

QIMPSON

CHURCHILL'S

shipping;

KKMPTHORNE, PROSSER, AND CO.,

Dunediuand Auckland,

WHELPTON'S

High' Bt price

REMEDIES

1?OR COlNisUMiTlOX.Compound Syrup ot


the Hypo^hospuitC. Syrup of Hypophos^hito of
LimeSyrup of Hyjiophespbite of boda Syrup of
Hi pophospbiius of Iron Pills of tha Hypopho.-piiitaa
of Quinine and AtaugiuiedC.
The :.bove specific remedies for Consumption, diseases of the chest, deficient nutrition, &c.,are the only
jiriparatina of Dr Churchill prepared by Mr H. H.
Swan, Paris.
Wholesale Agents for New Zealand

ASHES,
*"

scirusa

siven for CiUvos.

E2S TIRES.
?i HE Thorough Bred Entire
/lined,

HorssJ

Prince
will tr> el ih f Heson, Dnnedia
JL
smrt >burb j,Gicei! It-lam), Taieri Di^tricts, Waiporio
and Waihola. Prince Alficil is, v irivht bay, 17 hani39
high, with imn ense b.nc >in mnaular puwcr and fine
Get by
lompor, up to 18 sioi c acru b ecu try.
Boiaido (impoited), by Orlai.do, wini er <,{ theEnglish
Uerby, out of Miss Alfied. b.\ K^g Alfred, by
Pjirhus ihe Firtt, wii.ncr ot the Ucibj. For farther
information see S-ua Book irL'aid. Paddocks pra>T.ntd ior marts
moutihterat.
All care taken c
mares without responsibility. K. PriuharOL
6b

VEGETABLE PURI-

FINQ AND STOMACHIC PILLS.


For thirty years these Pills have stood the test of
public opinion, ami their tale haj gone on iucrc-iiaii.g
from ycir to yiar, ano are now well known to cvciy
househoid ii> the Unitwi Kingdom. For coughs, colia,
livnr ami kidney cuniplbut?, dropsy, gravel, urinaiy
oUsu iictions, pilti,, n< d ron.plaints cf tho hei-.d,cbe-i..
and stom,.ch, tlie.i urt- uuuiatcuc-d. Thsutands ol ic.-;iii.onmia jearlj received, v k\v of which can bo seen
in t c prii.tid wracvcis combining directions aioun..
lvj h wx.
Try tuuiu.
Sell y nil Druggintaii'l Storekeeper!'.
Agents for Now Zo'iliuid
KEMI'TUOUNE, PIIOSSEIt, and CO.,
Dunedin and Auckland.

and

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL lICTCHEBS,


Ootngem and Walker Su&et<

KEMPTHORNE, PAO3SUU, and CO.,


Duneainand Auckhmtl,

DR.

A LLEN'S LUNG BALSAM.


Tliis prcj.arntioti brings with it a worderful roputatiiiK from America for cough?, colda, r.sthma. iti?eas-ef
of ih tinoat. croup and concumption. Exactly the
thing wjiitcil for this chmato. A supply to hand ami
ou sale.

KEMPTUORNE, PROSSER, and C<?,,


ljy

uncdiu and Ar.ckl&a

P. HAYMAK AND CO.,

VJ
-L'

OTICE.

The

Celel rated

Entire

Shetland Pony, Chevy Cliasu. will travel tlas


S::iiuu through the District with the Blood
Horss
I'rince Alirci. llu is v. Bay fui-, 13hands high, veiy
Miuict, anii ii rare topton, atid loavt very BtreJf,
jto. k.
Jl^ holds throe lir.tp iz(. dis open tojumji
*
an\thing in the country oi his hichts
for 21).
IViin:- .2 ids ccti uuuu.
3o
PUITCHA2U,
K.

: : UK Thorough-bred Entire Horss

c:i Bourke street weat, Mclliourno.


TO MY CUSTOMERS, AND THE TRADS IN

Saddlery and Siuldli-rs' Ironmongrry, at g eatly


reduced prices. Eight per cent, allowed for cash, aa
tho stock must be sold to inoko room for further ship-

AGUE

A most efficientremedy inAgue, Chills, Fever, Paric*


diaal Headaches, Bilious Affections, and DeraEgemeai
of the Liver.

KEMPTHOIUSTE, PSOSSER, and CO.,

M'QUEEN, AND CO.,

Boilermakers, Kngtneere, Millwrights, Four>dirt


ic.All kinds of castings in brsps) anC
SALE, Blacksssithu,
N
Iron done ; steam ealno and boilera made ai>d repaired ; overshot, breast, and tnrbina water wheok;
By the 'Undersigned
crashing machinery; pnmping and windinp
Renault's, Levitto's, ami Hennossy's Brandy, in case quartz
gear ;
Iron sluice and ripple ;)I;.r,e ; sheet iroi
ati'i bulk ; blueswne, beiistauds, Middlema^'a biscuits, hoppercast
acd ul-.uca plates uuticLoil to any size oi bo>.bri'.-kg, fire and bath, cement., cornsacks, caiva=, gold dredgisgv spoons, to. ; flour mill
nincuinery casdr
zj
ginger
hops,
cundlea, J D X and V H Geneva,
wine,
and repaired; all kinds sf reaping, threshing, her*'
galvanised iron, jams and murmalade, malt, fishing pawor machines, &c., repaired; flax-drosssicg m&chinei
nets, old torn oil, br ilea, raw. colza and sperm ; hair
oil. C L. pupor, Collins's picks, paints, pitines, pitch, made ts order
perfumery, sjuin and engine yarn, tarred rope, rosin,
S. BRODKICK,
sulphur, steel, soda, caustic, ash, amt certionat;; crystals,slates, salt, teidlitz powder *, tar, twine, varni<h,
COAL MERCHANT.
(Late Guthriesnd Aehcr.)
vinegar, bulk and caee; vestas, whisky, wire, whiting,
oilmen's stores.
Families Buptilied with wie best English, Scotch
Machinery. Fire engines; steam cranes and hoists; Newcastle, Grej River, Preeervation Inlet, Shag feint,
punchers ; th'ashcrs ; ia his, 9J x 16, 9| x 16, 7$ x 12 ; Clutha, and Green Inland Coals. f-inithy Cosil; Newmillstonef and silk ; kiln wire; Tennant'B 15 horse castle und Gas Cokes. Firewood of every description,
in any lengths, at; the lowe current rates Orders
stationary nnd 10 horse portable, Robty's G, 9, and 10
ho se portable; Morton's 8 horso stationary, Carleft at tho following places will have prompt at'entiou:
rick's 12 horse stationary.
Stuart street Conl Depot, late Guthrie and Ashor;
Dowling street C^ai Deprt, late Guthrie and Asher;
R. B. MARTIN and Co.,
Stuart street Coal Depot; Prince street south Coal
Inliquidation.
Depot; Office, Raiti uy street; Hulk Henbury. Port

Britain or Australia.

W. ad O. TURNBULI, and Co.


DnneriMn. 29th October. 187i>.

H OWLISOM,

VULCAN FOUNDRY,
SBBATKING &T?iKET, DCKEDIN.

HE Undersigned aro Purchasers of OEKNAIiD'S Furo Malt WHISKY.


to their Agents

t> ~6 BERT

MCALLUM, NSILL, and CO.,

AVER'S
COMPOUND EXTRACT OP

Ayer's Almanacs, containing instructions or ths

GILLIES and STREET.

Despatch.
A large Assortment of Steam Fittings always
hand, of every description.

Fine Sherries, pale and brown

Barrett's Twist, Quo

rheae Nils contain every medicinal properly dealratJ


for the cure of Indigestion, CoEtiveneS, Headache,
and liver Complaint.

SARSAPARILLA. treatment of all classes of dMeaseE, may bs hadgrati


QINGLETON'S
0 The best and chea ;est, Itis warrnpted free from on application,

TO LEND, on Freehold

GEORGE GRAY RUSSELL tt CO.

-^

(IN GLASS BOTTLES).

Auckland.

KEMPTHORNE, PROSSER, and CO.,


Dunedin and Auckland,

Whisky

ON
Horizontal

on Freehold

Security, in Sums of 100 and upwards.

Steamboat

Miaa's

TO LEND,

DISTILLERY AND BREWERY ENGINEERS,


Have landing a large quantity of Sheet Copper, Cop-

and Hennessy's Brandy

Very Old Scotch

and

periods, on
Small Sums, fer short and
Security.
Wai. DALRYMPLE, jun.,
Estate, Money, and Gineral Commission Agent,
Arbitrator and Valuator, Stafford street.

A
Kent Hopa

BERNARD'S Five Old Irish WHISKY

WOOL an-l FLAX, and will &ho make Liberal


Consignments

THE

Land,

VestasBell and Black's, Palmer's, and Letchford's.


Woolpack3,comsacks, canvass, Hessian and Bcrim
door mats, coir matting, Crimean shirts,
printing paper, wrapping paoer, cement, pipes,
and a largo assortment of general goods.

E~

TALLOW, AND OTHER P.-.ODUCE, during the


season, at our temporary promt cs, Walker street.
ALL WOOL, OR OIIIEi PKODUCE, will, while
in ou>- --tores, be protected by FIRE INSUUANCE, at

Advances on

And

Victoria street, Auckland.

DS D.

btorokcepe

ATEE'S
CATHARTIC SUGAR COATED

kerosene, railway

SlatesCountess.

to hold periodical

CARGILL and

appreciate

CANDLESPrice's,Belmonts, and Star brands.


DRIED FRUITS-All descriptions.
OiJmena' (tores, groceries and provisionscomprising every description of favourite brands.
SoedsClovers, cocksfoot, rye, &c.

sales by auction, of WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES,

220

bo obtainc-d of all Oliernista and


throughout the Coloay.

PILLS,

MOW LANDING, ex Peter Denny and Long and Co. Agents for

'THIS Establishment i3now in efficient

kitchen sinks, 16in to 30in ; enamelled urinals; patent


closets; wash hand basins ; fountain designs;
india rubber hose, jin to lin, 3 and 2 ply,directors
and unions gasaliere, 1, 2, 3, and 4 lights, pendants,
brackets, and pillars; gas elobes, plain and cut; tinplates ; block tin; plumbers' fittings; Guest and
Crime's patent bib and ball valves, 4tc &c.

AYE 11

G.

ON SALE

Stores, Stafford street, Dunedin,

Importer,

Eattray street, has for Sale, ex Equator, Danfillan, and Achilles,


Sheet zinc, 8, 9. 10, aod 11 g; sheet iron, black and
galvanized; sheet lead, 3, i, and 51b; lead pipo, all
sizes and weights; wrought iron pipe, Jin to 2ia; cast
ditto, 2in, 2Jin, and 3in, and fittings; composition gas
pipe, all sizes ; braes pipe; gas furnishings ; cast iron

giease.

STOllISs!

"HUiNEDIN WOOL

BURNSIDE

kit-hon utensils, cutlery, plate, glassware,


&c.
This very valoablo property in situnted a^out 13
Grand pianofort", Broadwood
miles from Dnnedui on tho Miiin North R id. is well
& carriage rortes,
cart horses, double, and
watered by th" W'i tati Kivtr aud other streams, uno
''>
Bing.e bu,-yy
iia splendidly timbered.
dc,
Sic.
Terms ef sale very liberal.
t

OILSRaw, boiled, colza,

." 9 Hnrpea. ex Tnrarnki. from Wellington, at


Ellis's Livery Stabes, <*nat King etrect 'j hey :ire all
yonnjr ustful no'fes b'-'in. I roken in for fadiile and
harnras anu thor< uglily sound, iUo, a pair of well
matched Carnage Horfes.

We beg to notify our

suitably assorted,

Terms vory liberal.


Apply to
CA RGILLS and

2Jy

tp

TsreU"bre(i

220

Drawing, dining, nnd berlroora furniture

Catalogues are in course of preparation, nnd will bo


Xt jtaineu at Boomi of Auctioneers,
lOn

O
-*'

r\RI"VER, STEWART, and Co.


L* are favourd with instructionsfrom the True-sees

neij Ferguson.

SALE.

horjFehold

o'clock.

(IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD AND LEASE


HOLD PROPERTY.

4o

COUSTON,

beg to intimate that they intend holding PERIODICAL SALES of Wool, Sheepskins, Hides, and
Tallow, at the Phoenix Wool Stores, Hope stro?t,
where wool can be stored, and arranged for sale by

1870

with Mr J. Milner to sell by auction in th

public auction, at the usual rates o' charges.

TUESDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, 1870,

Lct3. (i aori-a, more or !rps town pontiors, at


liriWMt v d-r lens- to Thoma- Quayie.
Lots 4 t<- 19. Hi fc.tons in thf Township of
Wiiituti.fi-f nt iv. th M in orth Hoad.
ui-1<; ir li-S', fronti t- the
Lot 20. 7, ii'-ns. Ko..d,
Miii Nortli
:ill fired and subdivided, an.; n!ifiercnl'ivt:on.
Lot 'il. 75 -irtrt:-. more r.r Ichs frrmtir.g the
R..,,,i.
Main M>i th
all leu. c. nnd partly
cultivatrrt. on wliioh a c erocteil dwi-lliiiglioi.se, stable, tarn, stockyard, Jic, &c.

HEPBURN, and CO.

handsome

7n

have
Andcrton,
i
fiom
Esq., to sell by putjli: aucton, rt th. ir Wool Stores,
High 3'reet, ou Tuesda 22nd inft., at;! o'clock,
Tiie (ollowing ValnaMe F'f'holrt Property :Lot 1. Tim Wait ti Iluttl, with iuiulunder lease
to John S'JU e-i>. cyiit'iining ar O'it 15 ucre".
Lct2. TOhcts .-rioruor 10-p., of iirpt-nlassagri ultural liiml. fit prcsuiit uuuor lea c io" Ken-

12"o'clock,

hij

Both these vessels are in thorough repair, and from


their l:ght draught and exce lent sailing powers are admi.ab y nclaj.kd for the Fiji trade, fo v.hich purpose
the Auctioneers wtulri comrreiid them to the notice of

a^

PETER DENNY.

DOWER, PANTLIN,

DRIVER

p.ro favonrcri with fnatrnutinna to 'ell by auction,


flt Pnrt.r.h-110 Lodge AnHorson's Buy. tlm resirteitecot
Captain I! ntchiHon, on Wednestiaj, 23rd November, at

The whole of
oorioiating of

YARDS.

Pekoo, and

Maria

J. N. FLEMING, AND
G-ant, and Co. has a nine years' local reputaOTHEK LATE ARRIVALS :
tion. The Raw Coffees are selected and shipped for
BOTTLED STOUTPig Brand, and Blood's.
them from the best stocks in London, and roastcc,
and packed in their own premises here under
WlNESCozen's Sherries, Ofiley's and Warter's ground,mancgement.
Storekeepers and Chemists are
Ports and Sparkling Wines, &c.
skilful
few of the NewZealand towns
SPllTSHennessy's, Martell's, Denis Mounio's, wanted as agents for a
made.
Bitqutt. Doubouche's brandies Campbelton, where appointments have not yet been
Islay. Glenlivet,and Saucel whiskies ; Lemon
Bait's, and R.W.P. rum Booth's, Burnett's FTIHOSE who
REALLY
Heddle's, and Bernara's old torn, &c.
A FINE TEA, and Care to Pay for it, should try
TOBiCCOIO's, Navy C's, Bs. and 10's, Queen of
just
landed
ex
William
and are
Davie,
some we have
the Sauth,and Ktrr'a Twist.
now sellUg at FOUE SHILLINGS per tb. It is the
CIGARSSir B. Peel's, and La Higuera Tra- finest
we could obtain in Brtain, and for strength and
bucos.
IRONSheet, plate, barand rod, galvanized, eheet flavour is incomparably superior toany tea that has
ever reached this market, by direct shipment from
zinc, rivets, &c.
STEAM ENGINES-Canal Basin Company, 10 China or otherwise,
tup.
BARRON. GRANT, and CO.

EX

STEWART,Johnand Co.
eceived mructo n

BUGGIES, CARRIAGE
HOUSEIIOLD FURNITURE.IIORSEt).
AND CART

M<LANDRESS,

MOSGIEL.

SALE

~~s

ii

7\

On the First Wednesday of Every Month,at 12 o'clock'


Commencing on
WEDNESDAY, 7th DECEMBER.
As tlis rt edinm for the sale of Stock, &c, cannot
fail to be o* greet advantage to the residents, Wright,
Stephensou. and Co. hope to meet with sncha measure
of suf port, as will ensrre tho success of this end.-aTOur
to supply a lor g feit want.
18n
Dunedin, November 17th, 1870.

o( Congou,

STEPHENSON, and CO.

'

Oilmen's Stores, wines, tic,, 4sc.


TBAS.A choice ossortmon

ex GraceGibson, Peter Denny, and May QueenAle Bass's No. 4


;
Marrian's Ne. 3
Tinsmith, Plumber, and Gasfitter,
;
MaltPale English
Paper Bags, assorted sizes
29jy
,
Kattr*y street.
Salt-Ccarse and fine, cwt. baga
Slates2o x 10, 22 xl
nONNELL
AND
MOODIE
2
V-J
Harefor sale
Linseed Oil, boiled and raw, in drums
Earthenware, assorted invoices
Anchor footed iron standards
Pig Iron
Nob. 6 and 6, drawn annealed wire
StoutGuiness's
Do 3 and 6, three stranded wire ropa
Do Pig brand
Do 6, seven stranded wirerope
Flag atones
All of very superior quality, being from the manuFire bricks
f atcry of Messrs Johnson Bros, and Co.. London.
Nut coal
Floaiing boards
T)ORT WINE FOB,
INVALIDS.
Corosacks, full weights.
60s per Dozen.
_t
BRIGHT BROS and Co.,
Aa approved arc recommended by the leading
Bond street.
10n
medical men in Otago.
BABRON, GRANT, and Co.

JL

withoutres'rve, at tho Otago Wool Stores Dunedin, other stock will be continued as hitherto.
New Zealand, on Tuesday, 22nd Novea; bef,at 3 o'clsck,
The uucierrr.entionedfavourite Steamers, viz.,
Parties for whom Stock has been sola will receive
S. S. WAINUI,
payment fro:n G. Duncan immediately after the sale.
per
draught
lift
rei?ter,
burthen,
83 tons
tons
when loaded 8 feet, timber built at Akaroa,
G. D. begs to call tho attention of Farmers and
New Zeal--nrt. Futed with condensing
engine of 25 h p. r.omin\\. with disconnecothers having Stock todispose of to the Commercial
unjor
propelle-.
Consumption
of
coal
tine
full team, 4 tons per da>. Top-Fail schoonr r Sale Yards, which, from their central position, will
rigged, and with leading wind cqttil to 11
always command the attendance of purchasers.
knots under canvas alone.
And
28a
Sheep and Lamb Sales will be held inseason.
S.P.
TAIROA,
05 tons register draught when loaded 7 feet 6
TO WOOLG ROWERS.
inches, timber bui t at O'a-gn, and sjhooner
rigged. Fitted with direcc acting, high
pressureengine of 25 h.p. nominal.
and Co.

BY PUBLIC AUCTION.

ISn

GenevaJDKZ

J.

CELEBRATED
PREPARATIONS

j Hay

Dr De Jongh's Cod Liver Oil; Chlorodjne, Collii


Browne's ; howlaud's Preparations, Bishop's Citrate of
Magni:sia. Pics.-c t-nd Lubiu's rerfumery, cteeaman 8
Powucr, Kcudiig's Bon lione.Lorenges, and Inse<-.ti>-idc,
GriaifUlt's French Preparations, Torchon's Frtnch
Medicines, Whclpton's Pills, Singleton's Sareap .rilla,s
Dr Churchill's Kemedies for Consumption, Palmer
Wn.shingO,,mpound;Judson'sandMather'sDyes, Jackson's Benzine nnJ Cementa, Blair's Pillo, Frampton's
Pills. Cockle's PillE, Hollowny'sMedicine3, Dinne ord's
Magnesia, Cleaver's Soiips and Perfumery, Calvert's
Murray's Magnesia, Kimmui's and
Carbolic Aciu,
L.osnell-s Perfumery, Locking's Pill, and Glickon's
Salve, Towusunn's, Bristol's, and Ayer's Barsaparilla,
Sczodont, Pain Killer, <tc, &c.

w.

rpHE Undersigned have Now Landing,

TV bee to intimate hat at ths request of many


of their friends, influential farmers on the Taieri
in, who have repraentcd the great want of
PII
jeriod-'cal market in their locality for the disposal oi
Live Stock. Grain, &c, they purpose holding regular
monthly sales if every description cf Stock, &c.,at

BLUESKIN.

WEDNESDAY. 23rd NOVEMBER,


At 12 o'clock.

FOR POSITIVE

VSTRIGHT,

anfl Co.,
Bondstreet.

Sarsaparilla- Townsend's.

above Yards, begs to intimate that sales of horses and

At 3 o'clock.

do

BRIGHT BROS,

AT MOSGIEL.

STEWART, and CO.


"PkRIVER,
JL/ have recfived instructions to s.-ll by auction,

VALUABLE FBEKHOLO PROPERTY AT

are instruct d by the Importers to sell by


auction at their Kooms, Manse street, on Tuesday,
i!;nd November, at li o'clock
833 bags coarse salt, each twocwt.

Brgine3On sale by
gn

AJjWAYS

Begg*s Eoyal Lochnagar Whisky


Hennessey's, Martell's, and Hines' Bracdy

MEDICAL.

MEDICAL

Patent Medicine Agents.

ar.d Perter, qts, and pta,

'*

VIOW LANDING, ex Peter Denny,

MONTHLY SALES OF STOCK, &C.

/GEORGE DUNCAN, having arranged

At 3

Yourgar'E Ale

WILLIAM

from London, Young's 12 H.P. Portablear.d Stationary

sheep,
many o which are now fit for the
butcher.
18n

For Unreserved Sale by Auction.

TUESDAY, 22nd

BALT.

'LANDRESS, HEPBURN, and CO.

220
259

OCA

mQVJ

TAIROA.

speculators.

White's Portland Coment

O&BGILLS and M'LEAN

ENGINES. ENGINES.

STEWART, and CO
DRIVER,
will sell by auction, at their Yards, High

COMMERCIAL

WAINUI AND

SCREW STEAMERS

elled and gilt.

BEE

Auctioneers,

At 12

AND

Kent Hop, 1869'?.

11th March,

FOB SALE

21st inst., at 2 o'clock,


: t-est, on Mor.day,
Young, large fr> mfd, half-bred

oc

'LANDRESS, HEPBURN, and CO.

26a

H. AND E. YOUNGMAN and CO.,


Wholesale Druggists, D:ysalters, and Druggist's
Sunoryi!iei, mporters of
Drugs,Chemicals, DruggistB1 Sundriesin every variety,
Patent and Proprietory Medicines, Perfumery,
Cordial Makers' Goods of all descriptions,
Brewers' Isinglass, Corks, Tinfoils, Wires,
copper and tinned, &c, &c,

Cornsacks

Oolong, ex Katarina

AGENTS IN LONDON:
MESSRS JAMES MORRISON and CO.,
Philpot Lane.

High street Yards.

of tho Trnstee in the estate of Luis Schmoll

have received instructions to fell by public


auction, on Wednesday, 23rd November (by order of
tho trustee in thee?ta-e of Luis Schmoll, a bankrupt),
on the premises at Ferryhaugh Mill, Otepopo,
THE LEASE (upwards r. f 13 years to run)
tho above valuable premises, comprising a
large water-power mill, machinery, plant,
&c. Also, a convenient cottage. Half valuation will be paid by the lessor to the
tenant, at the end of the term, for all
buildings erected wi*h the concurrence of
lessor.
The whole to re Fold subject to a mortgage for secure
ing the sum of t)00, and interest at the rate of 10 per
cent, per annum.
For particulars as to title apply to Mefrs Julius
and O'Meagher, Messrs Sumptcr end Lemon, or to tho

WAEE.

Terms at sale.

DRIVER STEWART, and Co.,


Wool and Flax Brokers, and Stock and StationAgents

SOLE AGENT FOR BARDSLEY'S WOOL WASHING SOAP.


JOHS REID.

EDE

MAUDE

aro instructed to sell by auction, at their


Booms Manse btreet, on Monday, 21st November, at 12
20

CO.

On the prcmiFes at Ferryhaugh Mill, Otepopo.

EARTHENWARE.

and

PAIiE of Fat and Store Stock, Station Property, & will,aa hitherto, continue to receive our
tnost careful personal attention.
The

o will sell at their rooms, in the above case,


A lot of modern Household Furniture and Effects,
16s
consisting of
ChefEonier, ensy chair in hair deth, couch, fen- TO THE FLAX MANUFACTURERS OF OTAGO.
ders, fire irons, carpet, heatth rug, oil
paintings, engravings, timepiece, wash/GENTLEMENWe desire to bring
Btands. w*re, chests drawers, bedsteads,
bee ding, sundries.
vJT specially linger your notice that we have made
most completa arrangements for carrying en the
Also,
FJax Department of our buainees. Inone of our large
lire-proof
Price's
chairs,
furniture,
Office
safe,
warehouse*, specially devoted to the storage of this
copying machine, table, &c, &c.
fibre, we have erected a powerful Hydraulic Press,
Terms cash. No reserre.
17n capableat balingany quantity that may come forward.
We purpose o hold Periodical Auction Fates, as circumstances may warrant, and are prepared to make
liberal advances on consignments o( the fibre either
SATURDAY, 19th NOVEMBER,
for sale hpre or shipment to M* lbonrne orLondon, our
At half-past 1 o'clock.
charges being on the most moderate scale.
Assuring you of our best attention to any business
CARLE AND CO. with which you nwy entrust us.
are instructed by Mr A. Solomon, licensed pawnWe remain, Gtei.tlemen,
broker, to soil, at their Kcoms,
Your obeHent servants,
A quantity of Unredeemed Ple3ge3,
lCn
DRIVER, STEWART, and CO.
Consisting of cloth'ng, watches, clocks, jewelMONDAY, 21st NOVEMBER,
lery of every description, and a general misAt 2 o'clock.
cellaneous lot of pledges; all of which must
bo sold withoutreserve.
17n
HALF-BRED SHEEP.
WEDNESDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER,
To Butchers, Graziers, and Others,
At 2 o'clock p.m.

By order

At 12 o'clock.

CRYSTAL and

EDE

17n

MONDAY, 21st KfOVEMBEB,

FOR RENT.

CARLE

prices may not be obtainable, will he subject to a


TOTAL CHAK&H ot only ONE SHILLING- PER
BALE, to cover Receiving, Weighing, Cataloguing for
Sole, Insurance whilst in store, and Delivery.
Our appliances for BALING and PRESSING Flax
by hydraulic power are complete, and the charges in
this department alsa are on the most moderate scale.
Our PRICE LISTS of Otago and Southland Wools
Mid in London will, on application, bo forwarded to
any of our friends who o not at present receive them.

M'GiU, landlord ; Sly, tenant.

20 TOBACCONISTS,BEALERS IN FANCY GOODS,


AND OTHERS.

OA

NOVEMBER,

At half-past 1 o'clock.

BATTJRDAY, 19th NOVEkIBBK,

rtfin
sZVfVVV

present

We beg to

By th TJutesigMil

Raisins, Figs, Jordanand Valencia Almoude

DRIVER,

MEDIOAIa.
TTEMPTHORNB, PROSSER, & CO., JjR.
SUCCESSORS TO
J
**-

Currants, Muscatel, Sultana, Eleme, and Cai'e

fYTAGO

Full paiticulars in future advertisement, and further information on applying to the Auctioneers. 17n

gqijfj

Just landed, ex Grace Gibson,


Terms at sale.

LEASEHOLD

railway.
C. Sections at Inverearffill.
7. Sections at Meeraki, abutting on tho

HEPBURN, and Co.


MTjANDRESS,
Bright Brothers ana
am instructed by
Mejsr^

For the infoimaticn of WOOL GROWERS and


SHIPPEKS I beg to intimate that 1 m prepared to
reteivoWOC'L for CLASSING and PREYING in ray
Warehouse, which is now being fitted with all necessary apnliances.
ADSTEWART, and CO. I am now prepared to make LIBERAL CASH
have received instructions from Mr Cameron, VANCES on the incoming Clip, ar-" will purchaseat
to Fell by public, auction, os Tuesday, the 22nd
Market Valno when growe-s prefer selling here to
ir.stant (immediately nf>or tie sale ol Mr Andersen a ahippin? to tho f.on ion Market
property),
FLAX and other ESPORT PRODUCE I shall also
make advances upon, either for sale here or shipment
A fonr-rocmed cottage and qnartrr-ncre section,
London or the Australian Colonies.
well stocked with trait trees and shrubs, toSellers
who may wish to offer their Wool or other
situate in the Towiibhip tf Sunr.jbido.
Produce by PU rtLIC AUC TION mayappoint their own
17n Auctioneer, and receive all the advantages of a
Terms at sa-'e.
SPACIOUS and WELL LIGHTED WAREHOUSE,
and the practical knowledge and experience of my
STOCK, STATIONS, &Q.
Wool Mai arer, Mr W. L. LEES, to classify and show
lots to the best advantage.
WOOL and FLAX STORES, the
Tho charges will be at lowest current rates.
HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN.
Station Suppliea furnished on the usual terms.

intimate that we are now prepared to


ixJL re instructed by M ssrs R. B. Martinand
the incoming clip of WOOL,
(in liquidation) lo fell by auction on an early day in MAKE ADVANCES on
given,
consignment
will
be
or
of FLAX, either for sale here or for
December, of whichdnc notice
the season we
The following valuable Freehold and Leasehold shipment to London. Throughout
ahall hold PERIODICAL SALES of theEO ttaplea. also
Properties
ail of which, from
Tallow,
Sheepskins,
of
and
Hides,
High
in
street
at
premises
1. The stores and
present occupied by Messrs R. B. Martin che extent and arrangement of our premises, we are
and Co.
enabled to place before buyers to the best advantage.
2. House in nerkt Row, at present occupied by
All Wool,Flax, or other produce, while in our Stores
Mr Carri k.
will be Covered by INSURANCE, unless we are
3. Section on reclaimed ground, Bond street.
specially instructed to the contrary.
4. Bonding allotments at Richmond Hil'.
Clips sent in for sale, and for which satisfactory
5. fections at Camptelltewn, Bluff, fronting the

fdiipmont.
Tho interest of cur constituents at all times covered
by policies of insurance.
Sterage, strut other charges at the lowest rates.
M'LASTDBES?, HEPBURN, and Co.
17n

Co. to sell by auction, at the Stuart street Jetty,


Friday, 18th icst., at 2 o'clock,
pieces Scotch flooring,

PROPERTIES.

\/| 'LANDRESS, HEPBURN, and CO.


Co.

Finx, Grain, Wool, and


other Colonial Produce placed in our hands for sale or

libErftl advancer, mtde on all

SCOTCH

F3EEHOLD AND

V4LUABLE

arrangements made

At 2

18a

1870
SALE..

ON

HOPE STREET, DUNEDIN.

AT

i.VJL are instruct,dby Messrs W. r.nd G. Turnbnll


ard Co. pell by ancVo ,attheir Ttms, 11-u;se street,

18,

FOB BALE.

SUNNYSIDE.

l/f'LANDRESS, HEPBURN, and CO.

FLAX.

Tho
%o tho

*-

At 12 clock.

terca into arrngeu:eiits with Jit Jr"u i Ueid.


oJ the phoenix Warf house Hoi c street, to receive ami
Storeall Flax, Grain. Wool, md other Colenial Protiucc, sent to onr consigns.ent lor sale or shipment.

NOVEMBER

FBIDAY,

STOCK, STATIONS, &c.

-*

I--UKGAIUBEK will iifv<-l vho sums dls;


icts as Prince Alfred. Buin-nr:b.(Mi n blncX hcrea-7 bunds hijrh, of yrtat iiuuciar
t^wer ar.d fins
iciion. He is got i.y Vu cc-;ty. importcJ, ont SiS
imjio;
tt.'.rsia.
tod. For fmthcr infuimation tidt St3SS
3oDkor Cards.
>

E PKITOHASSI.

Muted by the Otngo Daily Tiui<-B .-.u Wiuujre 0(Z---pmiy (Limited), at their Bog'st<>' .1 uffice. Prtucee
Birect, DuncdlD. and publlben by tbom tbiaIBUI dj
ofI^'oTembor, 1870.

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