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, SHIPPING. -ppjDDAHT — ■pARKEB ■' T INB. FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE. Circumstances permitting, Steamers will Sail as under: — FROM AUCKLAND. FOE SYDNEY. X 1 T 9? 11 95 IA "• Mon «l Q :r I Apr. 5 I 8.30 p.m. WIMMERA ■ ■ Monday | Apr. 19 \ 5.30 p.m. FOR GISBORNB. NAPIER, WELLINGTON. LYTTELTON. AND DUNEDIN. WIMMERA „.. Tueeday I Apr. 6I 8 p.m. VICTORIA .... Tueaday ( Apr. 20 | 3 p.m. No cargo received after Noon. FROM WELLINGTON? FOR SIDNEY. RIVERINA Friday \ AprlT^e FOB MHLBOUBNE. VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. j ULIMAROA .. I Thursday | April 29 Cargo must be booked and alongside, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not leas than TWO HOURS before advertised sailing time. * All Tickets tor Stop-orei- or Betnrn mntnally exchangeable with the Union Companjr. U- D. NATHAN AND CO, LTD., Aeente. S HAW « gA-VILL, AND Jjnlj ALBION c °- Lm THE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS FOB PLYMOUTH AND-LONDON, TifA monte video and tenbriffb. splendid tjp-to-date passenger accommodation, roomy cabins and spacious decks. Sailings (circumstances permitting).— Tons Com- Date of Port Steamer Reg. mander. Dep. of ___ about. Pep. Delphic 8,273 Breen Apl. 7 Gisbome fC'riuthlc 12,231 Thompson „ , Apl. 22 W'll'gton Tpkomaru 6,238 Macfle April — Kia Ora 6,300 Chudley May — f Arawa 9,372 Clayden May 20 W'll'gton •fTainui 10,500 Moffatt June 17 W'H'gton tlonic .. 12,232 Annins July 15 W'll'gton tAthenlc 12,234 Kempson Aug. 12 "W'll'gton tCTlnthlc 12,231 Thompson • ' SepL 9 W'll'gton f Arawa .. 9,372 Clayden Oct. 7 W'U'gton tTwlh Screw. Bound the World Tickets, First-class, including railway fares across American Continent, issued at special rates. Special facilities given to residents in the Dominion to bring out friends from Home, either by prepayment of pasage money in New Zealand or by guarantees. FIRE EXTINGUISHING APPARATUS. —All Steamers are fitted with the Co. 2 Apparatus, which Is most effective In extinguishing flre, and cannot possibly damage cargo or anything wltn which it somes in contact L. D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., A. S. PATERSON AND CO., Agents. ■VTORD - T\EUTSCHER TLOID. rMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL STEAMERS, L from SYDNEY to BREMEN. calling MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, FREMANTLE. COLOMBO, ADEN, SUEZ, PORT SAID, NAPLES, GENOA, SOUTHAMPTON, AND ANTWERP. From From Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Me.b'ne. ZIETEN , 8043 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 SEYDLITZ* . 8000 May 15 May 18 STEAMER , Jne. 12 Jne. IS STEAMER ~ Jly. 10 Jly. 13 »Twln »crew. •Twin-screw Steamers. FARES FROM NEW ZEALAND PORTS TO LONDON. First, Single, from £77 to £88; Second, Single, from £47 6/ to £50 12/. Third, Single, from £16 to £18. FARE, 3rd CLASS, AUCKLAND TO PORT SAID, £18. TO CHINA AND JAPAN. Regular Four-weekly Service of Twinscrew Steamers from Sydney, via New Guinea, to Manila,' Hongkong, and Yokohama, connecting at Hongkong with N.D.U fortnightly. Fares from Auckland: To Hongkong — lot. £46 6/; Znd, £32 6/. To London, via Hongkong — Ist, £110 10/; 2nd. £73 8/. From Steamer. Sydney MANILA April Bth Linen washed on board by expert Laun. dresses. For passage and full particulars, apply LANGGUTH & CO.,Aeente, Cuetoms-sr. W.. Auckland. • . mHOS. AND CJON If lol, **— J (Offices AH Over the World). A GENTS JpOR ALL TINES. If you want a Passage by P. and O. Co Shaw, Savlll Co. Orient R.M. Line Cape Lines N.D.I. (German) Canadian-Aust line N.Z. Shipping Co. White Star, etc., etc. T3OOK AT /BOOK'S. If you want Choice of Accommodation cabled for by DIFFERENT LINES and Best Berths secured at Lowest Rates, T»OOK AT /BOOK'S. If you be in doubt as to which line to proceed by, or require general Information, send for COOK'S CJAILING T IST OOK'S J-'IST (with Map), Posted Free, giving FARES, and Sailings in advance, by All Lines All Routes, and Classes, to All Parts of the World. Apply— pOOK SHIPPING QFFICE, 62, QUEEN-ST. rpHB TX7ANGANUI -DIVEB. jpScinga THE BHINE OF MAOBILAKD. VISITED BY THOUSANDS. NEW ZEALAND'S GREAT SCENIC lU9W CANYON. Connects With the Main Trunk Railway. FROM WANGANUI — DAILY. Mondays excepted. FROM. PIPIRIKI—DAILY, Tuesdays excepted. 1 FROM TAUMABUNUI — TUESDAYS, j THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS. VISIT BEAUTIFUL PIPIRIKI. Visit the Unique Ho'iseboat The pleasure of a trip on this beautiful river will ever remain a delightful memory. For itineraries, etc., apply A. HATRICK AND COMPANY, TOURIST BUREAUS. T. COOK AND SON, Boating Agents. OR WHANGA-REI TOWN WHARF. THE AUXILIARY SCHOONER, MAY HOWARD, Will Load at the Railway Wharf on WEDNESDAY 31st, and Every Following Wednesday, for Town Wharf, for Freight. Apply on board.— T. JONES, Master. 85 OIL ENGINES. "KAPAI." Call or write for prices. ARTHUR AND DORMER, Nelson-st. M 435 PERSONAL. —Dear Marie, where have you been? Only up at Tutt's buying dada some new Ties, Collars, etc.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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