X.; shipping. r ~-~~,-::- rrSJOS STEAM SHIP COM- !"■ \ v \ *-> PANY OF NEW J ZEALAND, LIMITED. I: LL« wHI be despatched as nndet ? other circumstances permlt- | 'BBS'- - " ,- EW PLYMOUTH ONLY. (From Onehnnga.) I ■ -^^na. -Friday, 2nd Apr., 3 p.m...2.1(1 II tSttpLYMOCTH AND WELLINGTON. I -Monday,-3th April. 2 p.m. Lie I fa g£o at -Railway Wharf till U a.m. I •- NAPIER, WELLINGTON, II ■ " trTTKI'TON. AND DUNEDIN. a,re Saturday. 3rd April. Noor I Saturday, April llta, noon m •—toLago bay and gisborne dU whahf; m Saturday. 3rd April, noon Mrr ~~ SYDNEY. I e-.rrimoo.... April 2nd (from Wellington; I jotoia Monday. 12th April. 5.30 p.m. t SfSot3RNE, via BLUFF and HOBART. I BocraH. .Thnrs., Ist Apr, (trom Wellington; I ■""GrfUKA, SUTA~4ND LACTOKA. 1 Jfaitai Wednesday, 14th Apr., 3 p.m. i ""FKffi'SDLY ISLANDS, SAMOA, FIJI and SYDNEY. t flfntnalofa, Haapai, Vavau, Apia, Levnka, I fc Suva.) X lotaa Tuesday. 2~th April. 10 a.m. % ima Four -weeks latei I -Ift cargo for, Fiji. No cargo received oi S - sailing day.) ■ I ""7 RAROTONGA ana TAHITI. § gßuroto Wednesday, 14th Apr., nooi 3 Hsnaponri Wednesflay, 21st Aprl I fT. (From WeiUngtonJ '? "CANADA, AMERICA, IX)KDON. etc. {Via Vancouver.) ? BJI-S- Marama. ..April 19th (from Suva S - (\ T la Sen Francisco.) I itoapouri Wednesday, 21st Apr! (from Wellington) ii Jraaghipping to Mariposa at 'Janlti. Tickets available for stop-over or returt I ty Hndflart, Parker, and Co.'s Proprietary I (teameifi. Cargo must he looked and along3ld€ I vessel, tmless othar-vise stated, not less I tnan TWO HOURS before advertised tlm< 3 (f ießTtog. :i ■ Auckland Branch: PALMEHSTON BUILDINGS. (UEADIAIt — A USTEAL-lAN T INE TO ;' ; MEEICA AND Tj^UBOPE. Steamers Leave as follows:— From From Tons, reg. Sydney. Suva. '■ >MATUMVTI 6500 April 12 Aoril 1! tMAKCBA ... 5075 May 10 May r 1 dOKAXGI .... 4500 Jne. 7 Jfle. U ; 6500 Jly. 5 Jly. 1 "~ "; «Twln Sere w Steamer. ! Psssengers may join either at Sydney oi Suva. If joining at Suva they leave Auck i Uiiu lith April, and every 2S days there 9 »fter. . JJNION'S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD., v; .V Maaagiag Acenta. - x ■ i_. /"kßiErrr koyali uaii LINH.FOB PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, Yli TKBMANTLf!, COLOMBO (txanshJppinj -.-": lor all Indian Ports). SUEZ, MAKSEIL LES. AND GIBRALTAR. Steamer. Beg. Sydney M'lb'rne Ad'l'di •aisturias ]2,OtK; Mar. 31 Apr. 6 Apr. I •fcOmrah . 5,252 Apr. 14 Apr. 20' Apr. X Orotava . 5.950 May 1 May i May •Opiir . 6,614 May 13 M&y 18 May 2 Orient 5453 May 29 June 1 June ; • Twin Screws. bCalUag at Hobait. .V v JUSBS.—jiE W ZBALASD TO LMSDOS £15 W to Tickets good loj ■ ■; VS» few*. -IHiSp-CLASS: £18, £20, £22. " Eastages, Auctland-Sydney, are Inclndec iv Fares, and passengers arriving In Syd igr connecting steamer ma; g< w board at once, if Orient Liner in port ; Paisages from above Ports may be pro " (ail. Through Bookings to New York. SSiOXBTIiAM SHIP CO. 08 , NSYi ZEALAND. LTD.. Agents in XJI. rr\H.E TYSEK LIKE J%jr2*, X T.TMITKD. ;E§fflSfeiJ MONTHLY DESPATCH OF FIKST-CLASS CAKtrO bOpM SXEAM.EBS. I ~•-■ -..-,. TO LONDON DIEECT. * Tons Due I ' Steamer. Buraen. Commander. Auct I :* r . : . ' Abou: 'liitttalema 10,000 T. Trotter Mar. 3 tyvtakarua, 10,000 J.C- Felgate Mar.3: •Nivreru 10,000 hi. Holus Apr.'i Himiro- 10,000 A. H. Kemp. May i Star of Scotland 10,000 J. M. Mart t—■ ludaghiii 8,000 W. H. Willies — J fiiarol K. Z'uuid 10,000 E. D. Beds — Bar of Anstralia 10,000 F. Kearney — Tomoana 10,000 LJnklater —■ ' »Xereluuia 10,000 F. Lidstone — llarere „ 10,000 J. Firth —. liKitadevl 10,000 UolUngsworth. , i flawto'sßay... 8,000 D. McQueen •Twin screw. Hie stove steamers are all built spedallj • lor tae New Zealand trade, fitted with, r» fijgerating machinery of tae most inod*ra lJ5e, hi cnarge of competent engineers, and : Its noted tor the exceptionally satisfactorj conuition in which their frozen meat car ! ipies are being delivered. j Tie Company is prepared to carry Wool £ ma. Produce oi every description, at Lowesi I Jtorent Rates of Freight. i'or all particulars, apply to I ~v HEATHEB, ROBERTON £ CO., j \l' Agents. Auckland. j f. -_h - a FEDERAL — HOULDEB — SHIRE f i- „ . LINE. I fnder Couttaet with the New Zealand DIRECT SERViapTO 1 WEST COAST I - - CXITBD KINGDOM PORTS. S S --v£i FESHIEE . to sail from Lyttelton I 20th March. I S -S-S. DRAYTON GRANGE, to sail flnaUs I S« f f™ -:L rttelton 17th April e.S. LANGTON GRANGE, to load ta Auckt .™ about middle April fOR AVOXMOUTH, LIVERPOOL, MAXC^. ES , TEB - AND GLASGOW. -nuvffig Wool, Skins, General and Refrigerated Cargo, at Lowest Current Rates oi "«Eflt, to be followed by other First-class • tvm Mers at Regular Intervals. 1 rrof^ 1^^1, ACCOMMODATION FOB *iKST AND THIRD-CLASS PASSEN- „„„ GERS. i ■ . SALOON FARE. £42 STEERAGE: From £14 10/. btt^RE erS foiwarded to Pert of Depar- ■ fitted tbronsrhout v.-ith Electric Light. onrgeon and Stewardess carried. R «srrants for Passages for the United I n? eaoiß ca n be obtained at this end by pre- . Wnnent of passage money. • * "freight and passage, apply to j -ARTHUR H. NATHAN, LTD., cdv Agents. I -iJggg East. Auckland. i .■;■:■;: ■i : :-l mHE T) and c\ no. - 1 - -t • FOR LONDON, caUins at COLOMBO. ADEN, MARS. LLES GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, to call at Bilndisi, as un- ... Leave Leave i Tons. Sydney.- Melbourne. I tov^' A i l - 000 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 |. 10,000 Apr. 7 Apr. 13 r ■Sn¥ IAHO A 10.500 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 !.. S.OOO May 8 May 11 I St!H TES Ot, PASSAGE MONEY: — I l , e o to London, £47 G/ to £6S; Returns. I and £132 - avallabie for two years. I sT} S F Tlck ets (India, China, and Japan). I Holiday Tickets to Colombo, avall8w or two months. Return Fares from I JWcey. £4i flrst . £2 o second, pins 10 I ra cent. Passage money can be paid here I iS; ass ?ses from En S laud. Passengers ItS in s >' dne y by nearest connecting "iwier may proceed on board at once. '■■- J&£4 rei E nt aud passage, apply direct to t SOMEUS. CUBtqms-at. West.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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