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SHIPPING. MON STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW SillS ZEALAND, LIMITED. Steamers will be despatched as under (weather and other circumstances permitSrScfpLYMOUTH AND WELLINGTON. " t, (From Onehnnga.) Takapuna.-Frl., 26th Mar., 3 p.m...2.10 TaKa P u^ rgo at ' Kailway tUI 11 a.m. Eotoiti Mon., 29th Mar., 3 p.m 2.10 (Calls at Nelson coming North.) "~~ NEW PLYMOUTH ONLY. (From Onehnnga.) lakapuna..Wed., 24th Mar., 3 p.m...2.10 is Cargo at Hallway till 11 a.m. " GEEYMOUTH DIRECT. . - (from Onehnnga.) Eosamond. Friday, 26th Mar., 3 p.m. SiSBOBNJ3. NAPIER, WELLINGTON, LXTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN. Vonowai Saturday, 27th Mar., noon SoSoia Tuesday, 30th Mar., 2 p.m. ' SYDNEY. Mamma Monday, 29th Mar., 5.30 p.m. Maheno.-Fri., 26th Mar, (from Wellington) MELBOURNE, via BLUFF and HOBART. 2oeraki. .Thurs., Ist Apr, (from Wellington) ' SUVA (FIJI). Steamer Wednesday, 14th April, noon " FRIENDLY ISLANDS, SAMOA, FIJI and SYDNEY. /Nukualofa, Haapal, Vavau, Apia, Levuka, SuvaJ itna Tuesday, 30th Mar., 10 a.m. -ffofna Four weeks later] Ifo cargo for Snva. No cargo received on sailing day.) ~ RAROTONGA and TAHITI. Hauroto Tuesday, 13th. Apr., noon Jfanapouri Wednesday, 21st Aoiil (From Wellington.) QANADA, AMERICA, LONDON, etc. (Via Vancouver.) 8.H.8. Marama April 19th (from Suva) (Via San Francisco.) Manapourl Wednesday, 21st April (from Wellington) Transhipping to Manposa at Tahiti. Tickets available for stop-over or return by Huddart, Parker, and Co.'s Proprietary steamers. Cargo must be booked and alongside Tessel, Tinless otherwise stated, not less than TWO HOURS before advertised time . of leaving. Auckland Branch: PALMERSTON BUILDINGS. I , * pANADIAS , — A USTEAI/lAN T_ INB TO A MEBICA AND TpUROPB. Steamers Leave as follows: From From . Tons, reg. Sydney. Suva. »MARAMA .. 6500 April 12 April 19 •IIAKUBA ... 8075 May 10 May 17 AOBANGI 4500 Jne. 7 Jne. 15 •MARAMA 6500 Jly. 5 Jly. 12 *Twln Scrstv Steamer. Passengers may Join either at Sydney or ! Suto. If joining at Suva they leave Auckland 14th April, and every 2d days thereafter. UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD., Managing Agontg rjBIEKI BOY.A& MAIL M LINB. SXjtt AND LONDON, VIA wjUiIiANTLE, COLOMBO iU-anshipplng lor aU Indian Ports), SUEZ, iIARS-EIL-LES. AND GIBRALTAR. ' ' Steamer. . Reg. Sydney M'lb'rne Ad'l'de •bAßturlas 12,0« a Max. 31 Apr. & Apr. 8 •cOmrah » 8,252 Apr. 14 Apr. 20 Apr. 22 OrottTa . 5,950 May 1 May" 4 May 6 •Ophir May 15 May 18 May 20 Orient 5453 May 29 June 1 -Jane - 3 *TViu Screws. bCaillng at Hobart FARBS.—SEW ZEALAND XO LOIS1>ON: SALOON: Single, £41 0/ xa £8S; Ketora, £75 18/ to £132; Returu good lor «T7s> year&r —'' 'XHHID-CLASS-. £IS, £20, £22. Passages, Auckland-Sydney, are included in Fares, and passengers arriving in Sydney by nearest connecuug steamer may go , YD board at once, if Orient Liner in port. Passages from above Ports may be prepaid. Through Bookings to New York. I] MON STEAM SHiP CO. OF NEW ZEALAND. LTD.. Agents In. N.Z. ■ trr— mH-E TYSEB LINE, ■*" LIMITED. JlillßliKmJ MONTHLY DJiSPATCii OH , FIRST-CLASS CAit'JO friSn twl steamers. iO LONDON DIRECT. Tons Due . Steamer. Burueu. Commander. AucK. About ioaralema 10,000 T. Trotter Mar. 29 • WaaKaruu. 10,000 J.C. Felgate Mai.bO •Nlwaru , io.ouo it. iiunu Apr. 7 lUmiio 10,000 A. H. Kemp, ilay a Star of Scotland 10,000 J. ii. nart — lndraghiii 8,000 W. M. vVilkes — Btar ci N. Z'lajid 10,000 E. D. Beck — Btar of Australia 10,000 F. Kearney —. Tomoaaa 10.000 Linkliiter ' — •Kerehana 10,000 F. Lidstone — •liarere 10,000 J. Firth — ladrailevi 10,000 Hoiiings worth , Hawke's Bay ... 8,000 D.ilcQueeu • •Twin screw. The a\>ove steamers are ail built specially for the New Zealand trade, fitted with refrigerating machinery of the rnout modem type,'in cnarge of competent engineers, and : Bit noted lor the exceptionally satisfactory condition in which their trozen meat car at BO"s are being delivered. She Company la prepared to carry Wool and Produce or every description, at Lowes; {Current Bates of Freight. Jtor all particulars, apply to HEATHER, KOBEItIOS i CO., '• Asenta> Auckland. CJTEAiISHIP £gy fal » i y /^jompanx ' ALTERATION TIMETABLE. WAIROA SERVICE. On and after MONDAY, :he 22nd inst, tta Present Time-table vill be CANCELLED. Steamers win rm as follows:— Leave Helensvilie. L/ave Dargaviile. Monday, 7.30 p.m. Wdnesday. 6 a.m. Thursday, 10 a.m. Kiday, 5 p.m. - XOTE.—The Company's Ticket will be available for return tf the Sellars-Allen , Company Steamer, lea'ing Heleusville for Dargaviile at 10 a.m. Saturdays, and leaving Eargaville for tCtensville on Sundays at 5 p.m., and vice -"ersa. R. C. HAMMOND, , Manager. March 17, 1909. X Jl. \J. \j STEAMERS FOR LONDON, calling at FREiIANTLE COLOMBO ADEN, MARSEILLES, GI/RALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, fi'itn liberty to call at Brindiei, as un4er:— Leave Leave Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Melbourne. MALWA 11,000 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 MONGOLIA 10,000 Apr. 7 Apr. 13 it&IOIAIia 10,500 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 P>I»IA S.UOO May 8 May 11 TaTES S 5 PASSAGE MONEY: — eingle to Bidon, £47 0/ to £68; Returns, =fa IS/ ail £132, available for two yeara. Tourists' a*(ket6 (India, China, and Japan). "Pedal HlMay Tickets to Colombo, avail*ule lor \vo months. Heturn Fares from Sydney, in. first; £29 second pins 10 Per cent. Passage money can be paid here w Passes from England. Passengers arrm ng n Sydney by nearest connecting Keameraay proceed on board at once. Ri^c^r i?" 3 P as sase, apply direct to HIjSEL & SOMEHS. Customs-st West. T A.U2H Walmumu for Hire fast and sx . nto " 4a , te - Launch Waimumu carries ffiadts.—Apply Howie and Co. 'Phone

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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