SBHTING. •pTUDDART — "pARKER j i NBFAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE Circumstances permitting, Steamers will Sail as under:— FROM AUCKLAND. FOR .SYDNEY. VICTORIA ..Monday | Apr. 5 I 5.30 pm" WIMMERA .. Monday j Apr. 19 \ 5.30 l.m. j FOR GISBORNE. NAPIER. WELLING:" | TON, LITTELION, AND DUNEDIN: ! WIMMERA .... Tuesday I Apr. 6I 3 r7m" j VICTORIA .... Tuesday |' Apr.. 20 I££ No cargo received after Noon. FROM WELLINGTON" ~~ FOR SYDNEY. RIVERINA Friday | April IS FOR MELBOURNE. ' VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. ULIMAROA .. | Thursday.! AprJTa Cargo must be booked and aloneside TINLESS OTHERWISE! STATED not less than TWO HOURS before advertised saillne time. * All Tickets tor Stop-over or Return mutually exchangeable with the Union Company. L- D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agents. jTsTr--i S HAI,V " g Ay ILL,. AND pjg A LBIOK C°- L- TDTHE DIRECT LINEOF STEAMERS FOR PLYMOUTH AND LONDON VIA MONTE VIDEO AND TENEIUFFE. SPLENDID UP-TO-DATE PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION. ROOMY CABINS AND SPACIOUS DECKS. Sailings (circumstances permitting). Tons Coin- Date of Port Steamer Beg. mander. Dep. of about, Dep. Delpuir 5.273 Breen Apl. 7 Gisborne tC'rinthic 12,.'31 Thompson Apl. 22 W'll'gton Tokomaru 6.23S Maefie April — Kia Ora 6.300 Chudley May tArawa 9,372 Claydeu May 20 W'll'gton tTalnui 10.500 Moffatl June 17 W'll'gton flontc .. 12,232 Annins July 15 W'll'gton ■Atbenlo 12.234 Kempson Aug. 12 W'll'gton tC'rinthic 12,2;il Thompson Sept. 9 W'll'gton tArawa ■■ 9,372 Clayden Oct. 7 W'll'gton tTwiu Screw. Round the World Tickets, First-class, including railway fares across American Continent, Issued at special rates. Special facilities given to residents in the Dominion to briiig out friends.from Home, either by prepayment of pasage money ln 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 witn which it somes in contact. L. D. NATHAN AND CO.. LTD., A S. PATERSON AND CO., Agents. mHE NEW ZEALAND -*- SHIPPING COMPANY'S fSZjDII LINE OF MAIL steamers. i| FOR LONDON. VIA MONTE VIDEO, TENERIFFE, AND PLYMOUTH. Com- Probable To Sal] Steamer. Tons, mander. Final Port, about ♦Paparoa . 8,860 Clifford W'L'ton Apr. 8 Waimate . 8,978 Cinieron — — Rakaia .. 8,595 Barnes — — •Ruapehu . 9,880 Forbes — Mny c •Kaipara . 10,590 Cornwall — — ■"Klniutaka 10,130 tfreenstreet — — •Opawa .. 10,660 Smith — — •Orari .. 10,660 Forsdlck — — ♦Kaikoura 10,560 McKellar — — Wakanui . 8,755 Parsons — — Papanui .. 8,850 Weston — — rutakl .. 11,000 Silba — — ♦Tutakina 1u,960 Bower — — Whakatane 8,775 Hemming — — •Tongariio 10,192 Sutcllffe ' •Twin screw. fTurblne. NOTE. — The PAPAROA, sailing April Bth, and the RUAPEHU, May 6th, will call at Rio de Janeiro as well as Monte Video, on the Homeward voyage. _ Warrants for Passages from the United olngdoni can be obtain*** at this end oy pre-payment or guarantee of passage money. Passengers forwarded to Port of Departure FREE. The Vessels are Specially Fitted with Clayton's Patent FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Full particulars of FARES and FREIGHTS, on application. CHAS. V. HOUGHTON, Local Manager. N. D L L, -QEUTSCHER "£LOYD. TMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL STEAMERS, 1 from SYDNEY to BREMEN, calling MELBOURNE. ADELAIDE. FREMANTLE. COLOMBO, ADEN, SUEZ, POUT SAID, NAPLES, GENOA, SOUTHAMPTON. AND ANTWERP. From From Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Me.bne. ZIETEN* 8043 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 SEYDLITZ* 8000 May 15 May 18 STEAMER Jne. 12 Jne. IE STEAMER Jlj". 10 Jlj'- IS •Twin screw. •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. FAUE, 3rd CLASS. AUCKLAND TO PORT SAID, £13. 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.L. fortnightly. Fates from Auckland: To Hongkong — Int. £46 6/; 2nd, £32 6/. To London, via Hongkong — Ist, £110 10/; 2nd, £73 8/. From Steamer. Sydney MANILA April Bth Llneu washed on board by expert Laundresses. For passage and full particulars, apply to LANGGUTH & CO., Agents, Customs-st. W., Auckland. mHE T-yANGANUI TJIVER. |JiQjG\ THE RHINE OF MAORILAND VISITED BY THOUSANDS. NEW ZEALAND'S GREAT SCENIC CANYON. Connects With the Main Trunk Railway. FROM WANGANUI — DAILY, Mondays excepted. FROM PIPIRIKI— DAILY, Tuesdays excepted. FROM TAUMARUNL'I—Tuesdays. Wednesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays. VISIT BEAUTIFUL PIPIRIKI. Visit the Unique Houseboat. Thi- pleasure of a trip on this beautiful rive; will ever remain a delightful memory. For itlnerles, etc., apply I A. HATRICK AND COMPANY, TOURIST BUREAUS, T. COOK AND SON, Booking Agents. I L ENGINES. "KAPAI." Call or write for prices. ARTHUR AND DORMER, Nelson-It. M 485
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