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SHIPPING. ' "tTNION STEAM SHIP COMI —7j —i U pANY OF NEW Isllllsl ZEALAND, LIMITED. will be despatched as under circumstances permltAND WELLINGTON. KE" KU . (jYom Onehunga.) jjotoiti....ilon., P-m 2.10 .£- jfEW PLYMOUTH ONLY. fFrom Onehunga.) .. „„ Wed. 3'st Mar., 3 p.m...2.10 P S?go =t KaUway till'll a.m. p.m...2.10 NAPIER, WELLINGTON, AND DUNEDIN. ~_,,_*! ..Saturday. 27th Mar., 4 p.m. 30th Mar.. . p.m. -75TTOL0GA BAY AND GISBORNE IUB WHARF. gonall. - - Saturday, 27th Mar., noon ■ SYDNEY. „ om „ Monday, 29th Mar., 9 p.m. -Soo.'.'.'.ApTll 2nd (from Wellington) ;7Fr"S<7_BNE, via BLUFF and HOBART. ■'g____UTli£-. Ist Apr, (from Wellington) -TEVtFKA, SUVA, AND LAUTOKA.. > f3 »7i ..TT:. Wednesday, 14th Apr., 3 p.m. -"FBIENDLY ISLANDS, SAMOA, FIJI and SYDNEY. (Snknalofa, Haapai, Vavau, Apia, Levuka, y . Suva.) lh ,. Tuesday, 30th Mar., 10 a.m. & Four weeks later Ko cargo for Fiji. No cargo received on M ° sailing day.) ' SAROTONGA and TAHITIHanroto...... Wednesday, 14th Apr., noon Kaaaonri Wednesday, 21st April (From Wellington.) ""CANADA, AMERICA, LONDON, etc. (Via Vancouver.) HH.S. Marama April 19th (from Suva) (Via San Francisco.) lfaasnonri Wednesday, 21st April (from Wellington) Transhipping to Mariposa at Tahiti. Ticket- available for stop-over or return fey Eoddart, Parker, and Co.'s Proprietary Cargo nraet he booked and alongside r«sjl, nnless otherwise stated, not less tisn TWO HOURS beforo advertised tlms I tflairJ-g. Auckland Branch: PALMERSTON BUILDINGS. l -DEDUCED -DATES j jsSsj ot ■MT • * PASSAGE MONEY. PSEHUNGA - 'NEW fPLYMOpTHWBLLINGTON TRADE. On and after Ist — APRIL — Ist Passage Bates will be as follows: — > 10 NEW PLYMOUTH— Baloon, Single, 20/, Return 35/. Steerage, Single 15/, Return 22/0. JO WELLINGTON— Saloon Single 40/, Return 75/. Steerage, single, 80/, Return 52/6. Bates of Freight will be Increased 2/6 get ton. UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. 'AJfc Q BIEKX .SP* "^ JOB PLYMOUTH AND LONDON. VIA trjiEMANTLB, COLOMBO (transhipping for ail Indian Ports). SUEZ, MARSEILLES, AND GIBRALTAR. (Steamer, Beg. Sydney M'ib'rne Adi'da ' __s_d_ 12,002 Max. 31 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 •DQmraa'. 8,282 Apr. 14 Apr. 20 Apr. 22 Orotata. 5.950 May 1 May 4 May 6 •Ophir ; 6,814 May 15 May 18 May 20 .Orient 75453 May 29 June 1 Jane 3 V "Iwln Screwß." bCailing at Hobart. MSBS.—NEW ZEALAND TO LONDON: SALOON: Single, £47 6/ to £8S; Return. £75 18/ to £-__; Return Tickets, good for $S» years. . _B__.D-CLASS: £18, £20, £22. Passages, Auckland-Sydney, axe Included .f& Sues, and passengers arriving in Sydsey by nearest connecting steamer may go 10 Board at once, if Orient. Liner in port. Fuaages from above Ports may be prepaid. I'hrough. Bookings to New York. HMOS STEAM SHIP CO. OF NSTC ZEALAND. LTD.. Agents in NJZ. jw-.__ rpHE TYSER LINE, : l%____3k '■*• LIMITED. !_lP§B_J MONTHLY DESPATCH |nSlS£pa| OF FIRST-CLASS CARGO JlllTM STEAMERS. Xv LONDON DIRECT. Tons Due Steamer. Burden. Commander. Auck. About InSralema _.... 1.0,000 T. Trotter "Mar. 31 •Waakarua ...... 10,000 J.C. Felgate Mar.3l 'Shram 10,000 H. Hollis Apr. 1 Bimiio IU.OOO A H. Kemp. May 6 Star of Scotland 10,000 J. M. Hart =—. ladragairi 8,000 W. H. Wilkes — Star of N. Z'land 10,000 E. D. Beck n-' Star of Australia. 10,000 _?. —earney — ,o_o__a , 10,000 Liuklater — •„er____ ...... 10,000 V. Lidstom — _u_ere 10,000 J. Firth — ladradevi 10,000 Eoilmssworth, . fiag-ke's Bay ... 8,000 D.MoJueen ■ •Twin screw. Tie above steamers are all built specially for the New Zealand trade, luted with re- ' tiigeiating machinery of the most modern r/pe, in charge of competent engineers, and Ift noted for the exceptionally satisfactory 1 ctmoittan in which their frozen meat car. | joes are being delivered. Tee Company is prepared to carry Wool ana Produce ox every description, at Lowest I Current Eates of Freight i'or a", particulars, apply to ' KBATHE3, BOBERTON i CO., Agents. Auckland. I ffHAW, CJAVILL, AND! p|t\ A LBION QO- L TD. IJIE-ECT LINE OF STEAMERS POa PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, VIA iIOSTE VIDEO AND TENERIFFE. .fir_ENDID UP-TO-DATE PASSENGER - ACCOMMODATION. BOOHS CABINS AND SPACIOUS ffe™ DECKS. _pAi_i_GS (circumstances permittlns): ~ Ton» Com- Date of Port -KUner, Reg. • niander. Dep. of . about. Dep. •Cdataic 12,231 Thompson •DiinVf «, Apr. 22 WU'gton JWphlc. 8273 Breen Apr . 7 Gisb'ne la .- 6,300 Ckudleigh Apr.— — . 9,372 ciaydeu May 20 WU'gton S lu .°°o Moffatt Jue. 17 WU'gtou *jTL, '■ 12.232 Arming Jly. 15 W'U'gtou . W'il'gton p 'Twin screw. InS the w orld Tickets: First-class, Conn s ita Uway Fare a.ross American issued at Special Kates. special faciliuus given to resident In Hans n^mou l 0 bliu S out friends fiom ttowv • atuer h y prepayment of passage MfeX»r ew Zealand or by Guarantees. «UJB EXTIXIiDiSUING APPARATUS— ■*■ Weamers are fitted with the Co 2 ApSW which l s most effecUve in extln»»nmg mc, and cannot possibly damage «stact r aaytflins wUU which it comes in L. D. NATHAN & CO., LTD.. A & PATEKSON & cJ., Agent 6. -.J°- gHIPMASTERS AND "y^ACHTS^ I)L« Ollnection with our SU P Chandlery -wrtment, we have just completed our aU aud are ln a most STitfs ~ Portion to turn out First-class 'tie «,» The Loft is under of the Well-known Maker Hs NS , iaA ' wuo wiil S lv 'e aU orders attention. £rtw ti . ous aaa Estimates for Sails, Re0D application. JMCHr yyoius; gPECIALITY. J° HX graNS AND po., T TD., d WVm?S°}-S? S AXD SAILMAKERS, Vt-fOilS AND COMMERCE STS.. AUCKLAND.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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