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New Zealand Tablet, Volume XXI, Issue 8, 9 December 1892, Page 14
NEILL AND CO (Limited) Agents for the Undermentioned Steamship Companies, beg to announce the following projected dates of Departure m^^*^v ~IV EW ZEALAND XX & AUSTRALASIAN JjßLMuiQ^ STBAMSHIP COMPANY The Magnificent Steamships WARRIMOO and MIOWERA, Each 4,000 Tons Register, Will be despatched from Port Chalmers as under WARRIMOO. on 21st DECEMBEB, for SYDNEY, via East Coaßt Ports, thence to MELBOURNE, HOBART, and BLUFF. MIOWBRA, on 31st DECEMBER, for MEL- BOURNE, via Bluff and Hobart, thence to SYDNEY and AUCKLAND. Carrying Passengers and Cargo at specially Reduced Rates. ■jyTESSAGERIES~~MARITiaiES. DUNEDIN, SYDNEY, er MELBOURNE to LONDON. Overland from MARSEILLES via PABIS, Calling at MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, KING GEORGE'S SOUND, MAHE, SUEZ, and PORT SAID. Passengers Booked to BOMBAY, REUNION MAURITIUS, tc EAST COAST of AFRICA. T Leave Leave Steamers Tons Q Le 1 aye Mcl- Ade- S y dne bourne laide Auatralien 6428 Dec 27 Dec 31 Jan 2 Oceanien 4198 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 30 PASSENGERS BOOKED THROUGH FROM DDJSEDIN. Bates of passage money to Marseilles, from £24 to £65, including table wines and Suez Canal dues on passengers. RETURN TICKETS issued at the follow- ing rates Ist 2nd 3rd Class. Class. Class. Available nine months £105 £70 £42 Saloon Passengers booked through to Lon- don, via Paris. Best railway accommodation, luggage conveyed free, and a fortnight allowed from Marseilles en route. First-class, £70; Second-class, £52. "VTORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD XX IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL. SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE to SOUTHAMPTON. ANTWERP, and BREMEN, Via Colombo and tiuez Canal, Taking Passengers for London, Connecting from Alexandria by Direct Mail and Passenger Line To BRINDISI and GENOA, Will be despatched as follows (if practicable)— Leave Leave Steamers Tons Leave Mcl- Ade- Sydney bourne laide Oldenburg 4COO Dec 29 D^c 31 Jan 1 Hohenataufen 3094 Jan 26 Jan 28 Peb 1 And thereafter every (our weeke. Passage from Dunedin to Southampton, Ant- werp, and Bremen. ..£lß to £67 10s. SPECIAL RETURN TICKETS to EUROPE The Steamers land Passengers at South- ampton. Passage from Europe can be prepaid in the coloaies. For further part culars apply to NEILL k CO., LIMITED, Agents. HIBERNIAN HOTEL TIMARU. T. J. BURNS Proprietor (Late T. O'Driscoll). First-Class Accommodation for Boarders and Visitors. Free Stabling.
LON ARGAN & CD MII I IN^ R V admittedly the Prettiest most Stylish, and Cheapest. Ladies should LUllrtllUfUl (A UUi U certainly purchase from the above. snouia