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I. '[[' "-'■' ft WCTPn-_. : 'f : . n^'y ■""""TUDDART — pARKER FAVOURITE PASSENGER i Circumstances permitting, Steamer, will , ; Ball as under:— lagE '■ I. , FROM. AUCKLAND. y.7 f . < I , . FOR.SYDNEY. ..'ft:. ...,/ [WIMMERA .. Monday I Mar. 22 | 5.30 p.m. VICTORIA ..Monday | Apr. 5 |'s_W;p.n_. ! FOB GISBORNE, NAPIER, WELLING? TON. LYTTELfON. AND DUNEDIN; * ; IviCTORIA ..:. Tuesday 1 Mar. 28 13 p.m. | WIMMERA .... Tuesday | Apr.'..' 6' | 8 pan. i -NO cargo received after. Noon. ,- ~~ FROM ~ FOR SYDNEY. „-,,.. ~ ;r , RIVERINA ~ ...... Friday | April 16 " ~ FOR MBLBOURNB. h. -.ft ■-. VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. .. RIVERINA ~,,:..:.... Thursday J. Marc*-25 Cargo-must \it bnnl-ri -nnd SliliissMs. TTTT LESS OTHERWISE f STATED,.not lesa tban TWO HOURS before advertised sailing time. ■•"■'• y..--Uy^y?: All Tickets for Stop-over or Ret—_ ass>tually exchangeable- with the.-Calaa^C-S—• P»ny. "''..'.-'■■' L D. NATHAN AND CO* tatOi.' '"'7<';e-_____-_fc' V :newv'":__i|iji_i.' h= I*] shipping coMPAirre ll* W "NE OF MAILKTKAJIBtM.,, J : " ,~ r.- ' .r<m-ixm>ONs;ft-2> VIA MONTE VIDEO, TENERrrtn_» _ND ". PLYMOUTH;I'*"''. .Wfyv' ft ~~~ I Com- ProbaW«T*7-|__. ■Bfeamer. Tons, mander. glnal Piairt. About •Tongariio 10,192 Sutdlfte W'U'iA»-:_ar.2s •Paparoa . 8.860 Cllffoid WU'tesi Ape. 8 Waimate . 8J»78 ' Cameron-," ",—.. f ■*. ..J-f-aS Rakala .. 8,6»5 Barnes "7 ♦Ruapehu . 0,880 Forbes '-' — '■■''_"sjr'• •Kaipara . 10,860- Cornwall, ' — ■■lift ■*-;;. •Rimutaka 10,130 Grcenstreet — ,-.■ ■■'•' *-■>_ •Opawa .. 10,660 Smith '■—' 5 '—.'. •Orari ..10,660 lomdlck — "7>'' •Ka'koura 10,560 McKetlar '-*''■ '■>_"■•;.-»..'•? Wakanul . 8,755 Parsons ■:...'— ; -y7— ■ Papanul .. 8,850 Weston -*■■ / — fOtnkl .. 11,000 Sllba' . y> •Tuiakina 10,090 Bov.-er : —* -_--£' Wltakatane 8,775 Hemming • —-. .:7 '—•, ■' -' —: :— '—r — 7^—. —,. .m.■ ■i 77 iii "■Twin screw.. t^ariitnl. NOTE. — The TAPAROA, salltsst April Bth, and the RUAPEHU, May -_, wi_ call at Rio de Janeiro as well as llssstn' TMaie, on the.Homeward voyage. - ...v-ft?/,,.,. Warrants tor Passages ttom tka'tmad Kingdom can be bbtalnw at this AM 'ssr pre-payment or guuraniee of paasaga) MSB If. Passengers forwarded to Port of S*gMl_-e Ihe Vessels sre Specially Fitt_l Witt -Clayton's Patent. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Full particulars .of FARM and FREIGHTS, on application. '2-72-';/" CHAS. V. HOUGHTON,' ft ■7£ , Local. Msnsgjsr.y ■j__ »: p.^r% -"QEUTSCHER TyLOYIX IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL STEAMERS, from SIDNEY to BREMEN. calling MELBOURNE,. ADELAIDE. „ FREMANTLE. COLOMBO. ADEN, SUES, POUT SAID, NAPLES, GENOA. SOUTHAMPTON, AND ANTWERP. ~~ From "Ftaas-"*: Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Me.bae. BREMEN* -2,000 Mar. 20 Mar. 38 ZIETEN* -8043 Apr. 17 . AJ*». 20 SKiIiUTZ' 8000 May IS May IS STEAMER ....... . ■ Jue. 12 Jaa. 15 •Twin screw. •Twin-screw Bteemers. y ' y FARES FROM NEW ZEALAND PORTS ftftH:- u .ftrXO;_l¥iSpoli. //.,„.::,/[ :?:/, . First, Single, from £77 to _te;Second, Single, from _47 6/ to £M 12/. Third. Single, from £16 to £18. FARE, 3rd CLASS, AUCKLAND TO PORT SAID, £!*". TO CHINA AND JAPAN. s Regular. Four-weekly Service of Twinscrew Steamers from Sydney, via New Guinea, to Manila, Hongkong, and Yokohama, connecting at Hon£kong with N.D.L, fortnightly. ' '.''/. / Fares from Auckland:. To Hongkong — let, £_ti 6/; 2nd, £32 6/. To London,' via Hongkong* — Ist, £110 10/; 2nd, £73 8/. ■ : - * ..;■■ . From ' Steamer- ' Sydney MANILA .April Btu Linen washed oh board by- expert Laondresses. '-. For passage and full particulars, apply to LANGGUTH _ CO., Agents, Customs-st. w.. Auckland. |_s_s| T HOS - C OOK AND S ON fcswgsl (Offices All Over the World). A GENTS TfOß* A_LL TINES. If you want a Passage by P. and O. Co. Shaw, Savili Co. Orient R.M. Line Cape Lines N.D.I. (German) Canadian-Aust Line N.Z. Shipping Co. White Star, etc., etc "DOOK AT QOOK'S. If you want Choice of Accommodation cabled for by DIFFERENT LINES and Best Berths secured at Lowest Rates, "DOOK AT rjOQK'S. If you be in doubt as to which line to. proceed by. or require, general information,' send for COOK'S CJAILING T IST OOK'S O AILING -"iST (with Map), Posted Free, giving FARES, and Sailings in advance, by All Lines, All Routes, and Classes, to All Parts ot the World. Apply — pOOK QHIPPING /OFFICE, 62, QUEEN-ST. ; mHE "TyANGANUI TJIVEB. THE RHINE OF MAORILAND. VISITED BY THOUSANDS. NEW ZEALAND'S GREAT SCENIC CANYON. Connects Witn the Main Trunk Railway. FROM WANGANUI —'foAILY, Mondays excepted. FROM 1-PIBIKI—DAILY, Tuesdays excepted. FKOM TAUMARUNUI - TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, aud SATURDAYS. VISIT BEAUTIFUL PIPIB1KI; Visit the Unique Houseboat. , . The pleasure of a trip on this beautiful river *-ih ever remain a de'lghuul memory, itineraries, etc.. A. HATRICK AND COMPANY, TOURIST BUREAUS, T. COOK AND SON. TO SHIPMASTERS AND \TACHTS--53 MEN. A In connection wltb oar Ship Chandlery Department, we Uave just completed our large New Sail Loft, and arc in a most favourable position to tUru" out First-class Work with dispute*.: The Loft is under tbe supervision •)- tbe WeH;l_iio\vu Maker MB BoONfcTBA, who will give all ordeis bis personal attention. ~r Quotations niid Estimates for Suils, Keattlng, etc., ou application. yACHT WORK •^"FECIALITY. JOHN gURNS AND QO-, JJTO-, SHIP CHANDLERS AND SAILMAKEKS, CUSTOMS AND COMMERCE STS.,- - AnCK'IjANp. :.-' ■ i

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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