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r ' "tTNION STEAM SHIP COH—Q -\ \J PANT OF NEW $f|gjs ZEALAND, LIMITED. «esmers will be despatched as under and other circumstances permitNEW PLYMOUTH ONLY. (From Onelinnga.) ...tamma-Wed., 31st Mar., 3 p.m._2.10 1 Cargo at Railway till 11 a.m. r^na.. Friday, 2nd Apr., 3 p.m.,.2.10 NAPIER, -WELLINGTON, GIS LYTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN. •nMI-are Saturday, 3rd April, Noon Wnnogal*--" -Saturday. April loth, noon SYDNEY. Warrlm oo. April 2nd (from Wellington) S-.-M'?' " a A P ril - 5-30 P.m. SvTBbtIKNE, via BLUFF and HOBART. . gngak. .Thurs., Ist Apr, (from Wellington) "jJEVUKA, SUVA, AND LAUTOKA. uytai Wednesday, 14th Apr., 3 p.m. """PEIHNDLY ISLANDS, SAMOA, FIJI and SYDNEY. njvZoalofa, Haapai, Vavau, Apia, Levuka, g SnvaJ Tofuir. - -T'liwdnv. 2Tth April, 10 a.m. Atna ...— Four weeks later \o cargo for Fiji. No cargo received on sailing day.) " RAROTONGA and TAHITI. ' Hanroto Wednesday, 14th Apr., noon jjjaaponri. Wednesday, 21st April (From Wellington.) "CANADA, AMERICA, LONDON, etc. '.-._• (Via Vancouver.) fLJf.S. Marama April 19th (froa Snva) (Via San Francisco.) Manapourl— Wednesday, 21st April (from Wellington) Transhipping to Mariposa at Tahiti. Bckets available for stop-over or return fey Hnddart, Parker, and Co.'s Proprietary gfeflznere. Cargo must be booked and alongside ■teasel, unless otherwise stated not lees than TWO HOURS before advertised time tt leaving. Auckland Branch: PALMERSTON BUILDINGS. X j. i~kRIENT BOXAJi HAIL V-? LINE. S>B PL.TnICTrrH AST) JL.OIHDON, VIA WRBMANTLE, COLOMBO (transhippl 15 lot all Indian Ports). ,>UEZ, MAUSEILLK3. AND GIBRALTAR. Reg. Sydney M'ib'rne Ad'l'da IbAsturias 12,002 Mar. 31 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 tJOmrah . 8,252 Apr. 14 Apr. 20 Apr. 22 O-otava . 5,980 May 1 May 4 May 6 JOpnlr . 6,814 May 15 May 18 May 20 Orient 5453 May 29 June 1 June 3 ~ 'Twin Screws. bCalling at Hobart. TABES. —NEW ZEALAND TO LONDON: EiLOON: Single, £47 6/ to £88; Return, £15 18/ to £122; Return Tickets good for fro years. THIRD-CLASS: £18, £20, £22. Passages, Auckland-Sydney, are Included In Fares, and passengers arriving in Sydgey by nearest connecting steamer may go pa board at once, if Orient Liner in port. Passages from above Ports may be prepaid. Through Bookings to New York. BMiOSl' STEAM SHIP CO. OF NEW KF-AT.ANP. LTD.. Agents in N.Z. ■nmECH gAN -nraANCisco qervicev: australian mail use. FROM AUCKLAND To JAN FRANCISCO AND SEATTLE. VIA SYDNEY AND APIA. {THROUGH BILLS OK LADING TO jCASADIAK AND AWTHIICAN F08.T3. B.S. YEDDO, A BOUT 3. C SPEDDING, General Agent. CnstGTOs-st. East. Auckland. fVtiß TYSEK iilNE^ J- LIMITED Jfefiasi,-. «3 MONTHLY DESPATCE OF FIRST-CLASS CARGO STEAMERS. TO LONDON DIRECT. lons Due Steamer. Burden. Commander. Auck. About iadralema — 10,000 T. Trotter Mar. 31 IWialiarua IO.OOU J.C. Kelgate Mjir.3l •Niwaru . — 10,000 i±. Holiis Apr. 7 iiimiio 10,000 a H. Kemp. May 0 Etar of Scotland 10,000 J. 11. Hart — lndraghiri 8,000 W. H. Wiikes — Star of N. Z'land 10,000 E. D. Beck — Btar of Australia 10,000 F. Kearney — Tomoaaa 10,000 Liaklater — •Xerehana .„ 10,000 F. Lidstone — •Jlarere .._.._ 10,000 J. Firth —. Indradevl 10,000 Hoilingsworth fiaffke's Bay ... S.OOO D.McQueen ■ *Twin screw. The above steamers are all built specially lor the New Zealand trade, fitted with refrigerating machinery of the most modem tyje, in charge of competent engineers, and Elfe ooted for the exceptionally satisfactory loafiltion in which their frozen meat car pcs are being delivered. Tie Company is prepared to carry Wool Wβ Produce of every description, at Lowest Cnrrent Rates of Freight. Tor all particulars, apply to HEATHER, BOBERTON £ CO., , Agents. Auckland. rpHE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY'S LINE OF MAIL STEAMEBS. § , "" FOR LONDON. SKi MONTE VU3EO, TENERIFFE, AND PLYMOUTH. Com- Probable To Sail Steamer. Tons, mander. Final Port, about Tongariio 10,192 Sutcliffe L'teltou Mar.2(3 "Paparoa . 8,860 Clillord W'l.'ton Apr. 8 .Haunate . 8,978 Cameron —■ — Bakaia .. 8,595 Barnes — — •Kaapeliu . 9.850 Folbes — May 6 •Kaipara . 10,560 Cornwall — — •Eimntaka 10,130 Greeustreet — — 'Opawa .. 10,660 Smith — — 'Otari .. 10.680 loisdick — — 10,560 Mclvellar — — «aianui . 8,755 Parsons — — ;«panui .. 8.550 Weston — — t°Mki .. 11.0U0 Silba — — patina 10,960 Bower — — £jakatane 8.775 Hemming — •Twin screw. fTurbine. NOTE. — The PAPAROA, sailing April *«, and the RUAPiiHU, May 6th, wiU caU at KlO de Janeiro as well as Monte Video, Ja tae Homeward voyage. Warrants for Passages from the United can be obtains at this end oy pie-payment or guarantee of passage money. Flffi! engerS forwar(leti to Por t of Departure V» Vessels are Specially Fitted with Claytons Patent • FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. _|ttU particulars of FARES and •"EIGHTS, on application. CHAS. V. HOUGHTON, .^j..., Local Manager. !p0 SHIPMASTERS AND V" ACHTS - X "° MEN. JIn connection with our Ship Chandlery department, we have just completed our JWge New Sail Loft, and are in a most avourable position to turn out First-class work with dispatch. The Loft is under «» supervision of the Well-known Maker «tt BOONSXKA, who will give all ordeis "•s • lersoiial attention. .tluotations and Estimates for Sails, Rearong, jsc, on appUc-ation. YACHT WORK A SPECIALITY. JOHN DITEKS AND r~<O., X TD-, SHD , CHANDLERS AND SAILMAKERS, .CPSIOMS AND COMMERCE STS., AUCKLAND.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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