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■-SHIPPING. """""""' : TTNION STEAM SHIP COM- \" a \ *J PANY OF NEW h£9s ZEALAND, LIMITED. wEI be despatched as under sk s.t onfi other circumstances permlt(ffcatasr ■"»«- ti J«?PLYMOTJTH AND WELLINGTON. J®" fFrom Onehunga.) « k .nnna .FtL, 26th Mar., S p.m...2.10 29th Mar., 3 p.m. 2.10 (Calls at Nelson coming North.) -—- TcEW~PLYMOUTH ONLY. (From Onehunga.) r»tkoiiM-.Wad-. 31st 3lar., 3 p.m...2.10 r clrgo_at Railway tIU 11 a.m. ' r^ _— GEEYMOUTH DIRECT. (from Onehunga.) y^mond'.... BT'day. 26th Mar., 1 p.m. prSRORSa NAPIER, WELLINGTON, 6 LYTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN. «onowal. Saturday, 27th Mar., noon ffiSSSI Tuesday. 30th Mar.. 2 p.m. BAY AND GISBORNE JU WHARF. gjnaU. Saturday, 27th Mar., noon -— —~~ STDNET. xttrsm Monday, 20th Mar., 5.30 p.m. 2Sth Mai, (from Wellington) uvLBOUHNE, via BLUFF and HOBAET^ MocraM. .Thnrs., Ist Apr. (from Wellington) -"iEvUKA, SI7VA.~ANrT LAUTOKA ..---• Wednesday, 14th Apt., 3 p.m. "TfBIiiNDLY ISLANDS. BAMOA, FIJI j aad SYDNEY. I Oloknalofa, Haapai, Vavau, Apia. Levnia, *• - Suva.) I 1(54 Tuesday, 30th Mar.. 10 a.m.' ifttfoa Four weeks later Bi'.'carg».'tor Fiji. No cargo received on i Balling day.) I ''.. = ; BAROTCiNGA and TAHITI. ■ gjnroto ...,.Tuesday, 13th Apr., noon Minsppnri. ..<■-, Wednesday, 21st Apill j *T■ (Frccn Wellington.) "CANADA, AI'iERICA, LONDON, etc. (Via Vancouvei.) c 83LS. Marama. . -April 19th (from Suva) ' • Cv"la San Francisco.) Majaponri Wednesday, 21si April .-;.-•■ ■ (froia Wellington) InnsMpplng to Manposa. at TahltL Bckets available for stop-over or return fcy.Haddart, Patter, and Co.'s Proprietary Siamese. "Cargo must tie booked and alongside Vessel, unless otherwise stated not lees Has TWO HOURS before advertised time if leaving. Auckland Branch: PALMERSSTON BUILDINGS. teg AND LONDON. VIA * irjjjSilANTLlS, COLOMBO {traashipplng &r all Indian Ports), SUEZ, MAR&EILLES, AND GIBRALTAR. jteainer. Beg. Sydney M'lb'me Ad'i'de •aistarias 12,002 Mar. 31 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 •BOmrah . 8,282 Apr. 14 Apr. 20 Apr. 22 Orotava . 5,980 May 1 May 4 • May 6 ' »opair . May 15 May 18 May 20 Orient 5453 May 29 June 1 June 3 •Twin Screws. bCa.ling at Uobart. JAttiSS.— NEW KMiiiiM) TO LONDON: £ALUO2>: Blngie, X±i 0/ to 4iSB; Re torn, £55 IS/ to £l£i: Return Tickets gcott for ft* fears. IHIKD-CLASS: £18, £20, £22. . Passages, Anckland-ayilney, are included is"Sates, and pn.-vwagets arriving in Sydsey by nearest coanecting steamer xn&j no 10 board at once, if unent Ltnar in portVassages from aiiove i*ori3 may be preiioolitngs to- New York. IWUON~ BXiiAM bijir 1 LU OF iNBF aEiiiAND. LXU-. Agents in Njj. .... fT-OdE XXSIiK. LINE, jp H A X LIMITED, MONTHX.I DJiSPATCa hilttSirk "■*»" -»'"toi-CLASS CAlitiO ■ '.* . LONDON DIRECT. ~~~~- ions Dm Steamer. buiuen. Commander. Auck. Auout jjjulema iO.uOO T. Trotter Mar. 31 lYt'uujifini lu.uoo i.C. icjgate Mar.3l •Mwara -lu,uuo ij.. i jlunito .- lu,ooo A. H. Kemp. Mayo Star of Scotland io,uou j. ai. nart <—> laaraghiri B,ouo W. H. Wilkes — glsroi N. Zlanri lu,utA> E. JU. ±£eck — Star of Austral i? 10.000 v . ii.earney — gqjßOjuui 10.000 Lihkiatex " — •Xereuana ...... 10,000 F. Liustone —« •iUxere lo.uoo J. Firth — laoradevi 10,000 iaoiuugsworth . ii&vrie's Bay a,OUO D.MuWueen '. "Twin screw. lie above steamers are ail built specially 6>r the New Zeaiana trade, fitted with refrigerating maciunery of vie must modacn charge of competent engineers, and ttc noted for the. exceptionally saasiactory fsoaition in which their irozen meat car goes-are betas Qeiivered. ; The Company is prepared to carry Wool wa Produce oi every description, at Lowest Current Rates of Freight. For all particulars, apply to ?J HEATHER, ROBEKTON & CO, Aaenta. Auckland. nYHB 'TO-ANGANUI TSIVER. THE RHINE OF MAORILAND. \ VISITED BY THOUSANDS. KBW ZEALAND'S GREAT SCENIC CANTON. :.' Connects With the Main Trunk Railway. PEOM WANGANUI — DAILY, Mondays excepted. ESOII PH2LRIKI—DALLY, Tuesdays exg cepted. fBOM TAUMARUNUI — TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS. ;JISIT BEAUTIFUL PIPIRIKJ. Visit the Unique Houseboat. lac.pleasure of a trip on this beautiful Xlver will ever remain a delightiul memory. for itineraries, etc., apply . ; A HATRICK. AND COMPANY, ,- - TOURIST BUREAUS, ,|. -, ; _ lE. COOK AND SON, Boating Agents. |fc T HOS. C OOK AND gOM (Offices aJI over the World). ftOOE'S "PASSAGE \ GBNCT. VOCES JL.ASSAGE -^-GENCY. : '." • If you want a Passage fey Rjand 0. Co. Shaw, Savill Co. Orient B.M. Line Cape Lines. s2- (German) Canadian-Anst. Line *•?. Shipping Co. White Star. etc. etc > SEND FOR I -'fTOOK'S QJAILING x- ISTvVOOK7S -LIST. (With Map.) Posted Free, giving FARES, Mil Sailings In Advance, by All Lines, All {Urates and Classes to All Parts of the World. ""Ko Commission Charged! Book Early! ■'••;■; <82,. QUBEN-ST., AUCKLAND. fPO SHIPMASTERS AND VACHTB- -- •-» MEN. A. .v 1 "'---connection with our Ship Chandlery "apartment, we have just completed our gjfe New SaU Loft, and are in a most "fonrable position to turn out First-lass "otk with dispatch. The Loft is under -SJ; supervision of the WeU-known Maker a| BOONSTRA, who will give all ordeis personal attention. • VBotaUons and Estimates for Sails, ReiSSSS*' 0D application. gPECIALIir. JOHN -gTIRNS AND po., TTD, S^BSTS^ D . t 'S :RS AND BAILMAKERS, MJETOMS AND COMMERCE STS., . . AUCKLAND.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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