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i shipping. .-- Vtnion steam ship com- {- fl i U PANY OF NEW KEgSI ZEALAND, LIMITED. Lies will be despatched as under J&toec «nd other circumstances permltti Jw~FLYMOUTH D - AND WELLINGTON. JBS" * (From Onehunga.) ,_ „„<■ Fri. 26th Mar., 3 p.m...2.10 v«tM -Mon., 29th Mar., 3 p.m 2.10 (Calls at Nelson coming North.) XEW PLYMOUTH ONLY. (From Onehunga.) ir«t»Bnna..Wed., 24th Mar., 3 p.m...2.10 ' ■ rsrgoatßallway till 11 a.m. li| — GRETMOUTH DIRECT. (from Onehunga.) 'II 80-am"™* Friday, 26th Mar., 3 p.m. !|! NAPIER, WELLINGTON, '- I G LTTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN. ! ,r nno wal Saturday, 27th Mar., noon I -Kg". Tuesday, 30th Mar., 2 p.m. B ■ SYDNEY. m ir, ra ma Monday, 20th Mar., 5.30 p.m. ffiß-Frt. 2fth Mar, (from Wellington) ivfFLBOURNE, via BLUFF and HOBART. Apr, (from Wellington) SUVA, AND LAUTOKA. jjjjtai Wednesday, 14th Apr., 3 p.m. ""fRIENDL*! ISLANDS, SAMOA, FIJI and SYDNEY. Wiikaalofa, Haapai, Vavau, Apia, Levuka, *" Suva.) ■.l- k Tuesday, 30th Mar.. 10 a.m. j o foa' Four weeks later Vo cargo for Suva. No cargo received on sailing day.) Z RAROTONGA md TAHITI. " Hauroto Tuesday, 13th Apr., noon Micspouri Wednesday, 21st April (From Wellington.) "CANADA, AMERICA, LONDON, etc. (Via Vancouver.) JJJI.S. Marama. ..April 19th (from Suva) (Via San Francisco.) - Maaaponri Wednesday, 21st April m (from Wellington) I Transhipping to Mariposa at Tahiti. Tickets available for stop-over or return m) fey Huddart, Parker, and Co.'s Proprietary fl steamers. t; Cargo must be booked and alongside % reesel, unless otherwise stated not lees than TWO HOURS before advertised time of lea Ting. Auckland Branch: PALMERSTON BUILDINGS. 1 ~~r 7~__ /-\RIiiNT BOYaL MALL I U _____ % POX 1-LI'MOUTH AND LONDON. VIA 8 s-RBMANTLE, COLOMBO (transhipping I for ah Indian Ports). SUEZ, MAKSKIL--9 LES. AND GIBRALTAR. ■ zSS—■ — ■ steamer Reg. Sydney M'lb'rne Ad'l'de ■ «nistarias 12,002 Mar. 31 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 J'cOmrah . 6.252 Apr. 14 Apr. 20 Apr. 22 ' Oiotava . 5,980 May 1 May 4 May 6 •Ophir . 6,814 May 15 May 18 May 20 Orient 5453 May 29 June 1 June 3 •Twin Screws. bCailing at Hobart. ( JABES—NEW ZiEALAND TO LONDON: s 'SALOON: Single, £47 6/ to £88; Return, IU £75 18/ to £132; Return Tickets good lor B JRF& years. IHIBD-CLASS: £18, £20, £22. Passages, Auckland-Sydney, are included i ill Fares, and passengers arriving in SydSjß gey by nearest connecting steamer may go B va board at once, if Orient Liner in port. Passages from above Ports may be pre§l palo. Through Bookings to New York. UNION STEAM SHIP CO. OF NKW ft ZEALAND. LTD.. Agents in X.Z. \W . * JTVHE TYSER LINE, S%Sv<?n ■*■ LIMITED. ft MONTHLY DESPATCH '! ln#iraS "J*' D'IRST-CLASS CARGO |l SXBIAMERS. I *** Io.LOHDOS DIRECT. _\ ■•--;■■ Tons Duo :/k jjteainer. Burueu. Commander. Auck. 7 "j About tj ludialeaia iO.OOO T. Trotter Mar. 29 ■ »wmuoirua 10,000 J.C. Felgate Mar.BO if »iiiwara 10,000 H. Hoias Apr. 7 M Jiimiro I 10.000 A. H. Kemp. May ti 6tar of Scotland 10,000 j. M. Hart — ■. m lidtßghiri 8,000 W. H. Wilkes — S| fiiar of N. Z'land Iu.OOO E. D. Beck — MB Bar of Australia 10,000 I. Kearney — ijjmoana 10,000 Linkiater ' — B »J*erehaua 10,000 V. Lidstoue — 1 -»llarere 10,000 J. Firth — ladradevi 10,000 Houingsworth . flawke's Bay ... 8,000 D.McQueen ' •Twin screw. The sfcove steamers are all built specially ! for the New Zealand trade, fitted with replf Irlgerating machinery of the ino&t modwrn j type, ia caarge of competent engineers, and fef Bit noted lor the eiceptionally satisfactory H conuitloa in which their frozen meat cari goes are being delivered. la Ihe Company is prepared to carry Wool H and Produce ol every description, at Lowest : Current Rates of Freight. H i'gr aU particulars, apply to HEATHER, ROBERTON i CO., Aaenta. Auckland. GHAW, CAVILL, AND ' i^?! A LBION T ,TD. Ihe direct line of steamers yon W PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, VIA _X 5 MONTE VIDEO A_ND TENERIFFE. 1) SPLENDID UP-TO-DATE PASSEN(iER 1/ ' ACCOMMODATION. H ROOMY CABINS AND SPACIOUS H DECKS. H BAILINGS (circumstances permitting): B Tona Com- Date of Port Steamer. Reg. mander. Dep. of about. Dep. ' !™ Uleill< " 12,234 Eiempson Mar. 25 W'ligton I .•Crliithlc Thompson S Apr. 22 W'U'gton •Delphic. 8,273 Breen Apr. — — ■ 'Arawa . 9,372 Clay den May 20 W'U'gton B "Tamni 10,000 Moitatt Jne. 17 W'U'gton •lonic .. iv.v 32 Anniug "Jly. 15 W'ligton j .Athenic 12,234 Kempson Aug. 12 § • W'U'gton ffl 'Twin screw. I Eoun* the World Tickets: First-class, ■ Jaeluding Railway Fare across American ■ Contineat, issued at Special Rates. Special facilities given to residents in J .the Dominion to bring out friends *"iom al Rome, either by prepayment of passage money in New Zealand or by Guarantees. FIBE EXTINGUISHING APPARATUS— ■ AU Steamers are fitted with the Co 2 ApI paratus, which is most effective in extiu- ■ pushing fire, and cannot possibly damage j cargo or anything with which it comes la 7 contact. ■ L. D. NATHAN & CO.. LTD., II A. S. PATERSON & C-., m . Agents. ' 'THE NEW ZEALAND lr e SHIPPING COMPANY'S I.lJjfsra LINE OF MAIL STEAMERS. ft - FOR LONDON. M .VIA 110NTE VIDEO, TENERIFFE, AND j . PLYMOUTH. Com- Probable To Sail H Steamer. Tons, mander. Final Port, about 11 'Tongariro 10,192 Sutcliffe L'telton Mar.2(J Bl Japaroa . 8,860 Clifford WL'ton Apr. 8 jfl .Waimate . 8,978 Cameron — — j" Eakaia .. 8,595 Barnes — — |j ,?anapehu . 9,880 Forbes — May 6 Kaipara . 10,560 Cornwall — — *?imntaka 10,130 Greenstreet — — Opawa .. 10,660 Smith — — Orari .. 10,660 Forsdick — — 10,560 McKellac — r— >vatanni . 8,755 Parsons- — — 1 "Panui .. is,sso Weston — — TOwki .. u.OOO Silba — — 1 JPra&na 10,960 Bower — — il ™gkatane 8,775 Hemming — — Twin screw. -j-Turblne. I st? 0TE * — The PAPAROA, sailing April an<i the RUAPEHU, May Oth, will call : at Bio de Janeiro as well as Monte Video, ft «a the Homeward voyage. i 'V} Varrant s for Passages from the United X ore 522 can be ob tain«rfl at this end Dy m *"=-payment or guarantee of passage money. '*! Tflw^- ngers forwarded to Port of Departure *ii£.E. Ie Vessels are Specially Fitted with Clayton's Patent EIRE EXTINGUISHERS. IS»S?«~ ""tlculars of FARES and ffSEIGHTS, on appUcatlon. i Ss. CHAS, y. HOUGHTON, -' Liocal Manager,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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