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y SHIPPING. TTNION STEAM SHIP COMOF NEW , L-jsJ ZEALAND, LIMITED. . wm be as under ~- **2-\n<i other circumstances permltft 'WUxi&Wa AND WELLINGTON. 7 Onehunga.) >**■'' ' -■'"-" - m 19tb Mar.; 3. p-m.; tr. 2.10 ■"**&£* t-B-JIiW tiU 11 a-m. * -•"yflil-i at Nelson coming North.) ONLY. ft- ft ■""jFtom Onehunga.) *■-. -Wed. l"th Mar., 3 p.m....2.10 RaUway till 11 s.m. A.WANUI, TU- I BAY. TOKOMARD i NAPIER, AND! Mar.. 3 p.m. \ -NAPIER, WELLINGTON, ! I t&lrrwmox, and dunedin. i / -.. .Tuesday, 16th Mar., 4 p.m. Saturday. 20th March, noon £&555ba~bay and gisborne. /ftXFft . Saturday. 20th Mar., noon ; wiaao-v---" SYDNEY. .Monday. 29th Mar., 5.30 p.m. s*3S'7?k, 19th Mar, (from Wellington) jgjonßNE, via BLUFF and HOBART '______:. ■ Friday, 19th March Aft .:""' rjFrom Wellington.) . and SUVA (FI3T). ; g.-_L : .V. —-Wednesday. 17th Mar., 3 put •*?S__KDLY ISLANDS, SAMOA, FIJI "■ftftft/. and SYDNEY. W—_l_-> Haapal, Vavau, Apia, Levuka, : ■ ~"ft r - ■ , Suva.) ! "__'■'■'."""•••' Tuesday, 30th Mar., 10 a.m. ■ mZJ-ftj.. Four weeks later 2rtrsv"f<"r SnTa. No cargo received on j sailing day.) ! ">7-RAROTONGA and TAHITL Tuesday, 13th Apr., noon j «ii«i—H Wednesday, 21st April I 7 (From Wellington.) I '""r__DA, AMERICA, LONDON, etc. 1 '■■'■/,- (Via Vancouver.) ft g_R __rangl.--.23rd March (from Suva) ,iT (Via San Francisco.) Vjrjßoarl... Wednesday, 21st April ,-f: ,ift (from Wellington) Toas-ipping to Mariposa at Tahiti. __Ss available for stopover or return to fin-dart, Parker, and Co.'s Proprietary itnii-'s. 7' Ctrp -must be booked- and alongside Toad, onless otherwise stated;- not less "ttas'TWO HOURS before advertised time ■fkaiisg. .„,--, -,-; Auckland Branch: -PALMERSTON BUI-DINGS. J-ltl nBIEKT ROYAL HAIL M I-INH.. AND LONDON. TU Ivß-U-TLE, COLOMBO (tnaskipptag ji Ail Indian Ports). SUEZ, MA-SEIL-.,p./AXD GIBRALTAR. lS__r..' Reg. Sydney M'lb'rne Ad'l'Ae «ot-t_ #,023 Mar. IT Mar. 23 Mar. 24 12,002 Max. 31 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 *tar_h. Apr. 14 Apr. 20 Apr.» -.t-a. B.JBO May 1 May-4 May « ■QpMr .;.: e#l* May 18 May IS -May 20 ■ft l —a Screws. bCaUlng at Hobart. r___—NEW ZEALAND TO LONDOB: ULOON: Singie, £47 0/ to £W. Return. J5lB/ 10 £132; Return Tickets good foe ft n ;. . IHIBD-CLASS: £18. £20, £2_ • —K-aas, Auckland-Sydney, are Included '/ h:f_— i/sbA passengers arriving In SydHf by aaarsst connecting steamer may go 77ib >__ at once, if Orient-Liner in port. "-.. _nsg—bom above Ports may be prei_\" T_ongh Bookings to New York. 7B_*aitt___l BHIP CO. OF NEW ____SD. LTD.. Asents la N__- _— "txser line, • I^JEa^V■-'•*■ LIMITED. _____ I "nvrrm V DESPATCH .__s__H-OU* FIRST-CLASS CARGO ' STEAMERS. .//ft '■' TO LONDON DIKECT. 1~~~ Tons" r Due ' "Steamer. Burden. Commander. Auck. 7 ;.- . ~ About Sit e's Bay ... 8,000 D.McQueen Mar. 20 litolfana .;... IO.UOO T.-Trotter Mar. 2D iwtaiarua 10,000 J.C.Feisate Apr. 6 'Xlviru 10,000 H. Hollis Apr. 7 Sir ot Scotland 10,000 J. IL Hart — Mr-ghiri 8,000 W. H. Wilkes — Hlmiio 10,000 A. H. Kemp — tar ol N. Z'land 10,000 E. D. Beck — (Urol Australia 10,000 F. Kearney — femoana 10,000 Liuklater — •Sere-ana ...... 10,000 F. Lldstone — yllirere 10,000 J. Firth — :ha_deri' IQJgOO Hoillngsworth •Twin screw. -.'■ Ike store steamers are all built specially Sir the New Zealand trade, fitted with reBgerating machinery of the most modern tree, in charge of competent engineers, and mooted for the.exceptionally satisfactory (ooiiitiou in which their frozen meat carls!, are being delivered. The Company is prepared to carry Wool u_ Produce of every description, at Lowest -torrent Rates of Freight. ~ . I'm all particulars, apply to 1 HEATHER, ROBERTON £: CO., Asenta. Auckland. . J)IBECT OAN pRANCISCO OEBVICK. 1 7 77. T -. : AUSTRALIAN MAIL LINE. : ""[~- FROM AUCKLAND To m 'sab'francisco and seattle. Sydney and apia. Through bills of lading To 1 viXADIAN AND AMERICAN! PORTS. j S.S. rriTMEBIC, 7-2.- 7 A bout -vtarch -t qrii. J. C OPEDDING, General Agent, yCastons-st East. Auckland. ■ . . 1 :,. gHAW, aAVILL, AND QO., L TD. LINE OF STEAMERS FOR Ji7S_ ODTH AND LONDON, VIA .a>rS^ B VIDEO AND TENEitIFFE. ysr_,&NDU) UP-TO-DATE PASSENGER 7 : „IL.ft. ACCOMMODATION. SSOOMX -CABINS AND SPACIOUS DECKS. _wt<lJ>t-S (circumstances permitting): "uu~ ? 0D * Com - Uate of Port ■wer. Reg. mander. Dep. of abeftit. Dep. ■-?_«? •' , , 6034 Morton Mar. 20 =~ Aiuenlc 12,234 Rempson Mar. -5 W'Ugton .-> n-thlc 1i,231 Thompson ■pfophlc B .r- „ A P r ' 22 W'U'gton H •irti, -■•- °t-"> B>-een Apr.— — II • 9,372 Clayden Mav2o W'll'gtou •S" 10 ' OUO Moffatt Jne. 17 W'U'gton ttuW, •-,?r 32 AnningJly. 15 W'U'scoß «»u>enl c 12,234 Kempion Aug. 12 W'U'gton r'"' "' , 'Twin screw. 7*nM°?fs.^ c w °nd Tickets: First-class, Cm,hT£. Railway Fare across American -"S,-?'- at Special Bates. fi_ nS , , given to residents la -Sale "^ on t0 blln B out friends ftom -"onev ift^ et fc" Prepayment of passage "- "tiluv' r£fi? or by Guarantees. 'WE EVriNGUISUING APPARATUSare fitted with the Co 2 Ap-'■lß-Sun ? s most effecrire in extln■to_n 7? - c'e ' and cannot Possibly damage 7;»6t_ct Un • lns with which lt com e*" P'--P- NATHAN. & CO., LTD., A S; PATBRSON & 'Agents.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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