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SHIFPXNOK ~ SHIP COM--0-n U PAST OF NEW | S ! ZEALAXP, LIMITED. feL wIU be despatched as undet $£ ° tber circumßtances perm, NEW PLYMOUTH ONLY. • ; TO I 3 P.m. 2.10 TtW2s^_— a Sv stb April. 2 p.m. 1.10 l*«r« -liCtVhßrfJlll 11 a.m. JS-ggETMOUTH DIRECT. ': v (From Onehunia.) '"' fl Saturday. Srd April, o p.m. 1 » »■ S&rZZiZ WELLINGTON, b Saturday. April 10th. noon JTodo 1 " 1 Tii»»dnv 18th April. 2 p.m. TCPAKOA, A B4Y TOKOMARV. OISBOBXE? KAPIEE, WELLINGTON, JW* o*'0 *' 7th April. S p.m. -ff?FKA _ SUTA: AND LACTOKA. Wednesday, 14th Apr., 3 p.m. = HBfflw I^| r V^ AMOA ' FIJI and ©okaaloft, Haapa| Vavau, Apia. Levuka, 'w« T^.^n^MuS; 0^ 80 reCeiT6d °" EAHOTONGA and TAHITI. w.nroto ...Wednesday. 14th Apr., noon ffs^--£affi;- 21st Apr " -piviDA, iMEKICA, LOX-DON. etc. (Via Vancouver.) J*HLS Maiama- ..April I9th (from Suva) (Via San Francisco.) "-^-fii-^SSS , 21st Apru flTansnlpptog to Mariposa at Tahiti. Hcfcets available for stop-over or return by Hncdsrt, Pai-ker >t .and Co.'s Propiletary St S-o rncrt be booked and alongside tessai. unless otherwise stated, not less tnsaTWO HOURS before advertised time j eiiewin& Anctland Branc h ; piLMEESTOX BTJILDIXGS. ■2' \ /~VKIEXT ROYAL MAIL FOE KLYIIOTJTH AXD LONDON, VIA FKEIIAXTLE, COLOMBO for all Indian Ports), SUEZ, MARSEILim. AND GIBRALTAR. Steamer. Reg. Sydney M'lb'rne Ad'l'de 'bOmnili . 8,232 Apr. 14 Apr. 2J Apr. 22 Orptssva . 5,980 May 1 May 4 May 6 •Opblr . 6,814 May 15 May 18 May 20 Orient 5453 May 29 June 1 Juce 3 OroTs . 6,237 June 12 June 15 June 17 •Ortoni . 8.000 June 25 June 29 July 1 "Twin Screws. bCalling at Hobart. FAEE&.—XEW ZEALAND TO LONDON: SALOON: Single, £47 6/ to £88; Return, £75 18/ to £132; Eeturn. Tickets good for two yeans. IHIED-CLASS: 08,-£2O, f22. Passages, Auckland-Sydney, are included ia.-Fares, and passengers arriving In Sydley'by nearest connecting steamer jnay go on board ax once, if Orient liner in port. Passages iroip above Ports may be prejmia. Through Bookings to Sew York. jrsiov:' ship co. of new ZEALASIi, LTD., Agents In N.Z. SS-- fPHE TYSEK LINE, - 1 - LIMITED. Pllfent MONTHLY DESPATCH 0F WttST-CLASS CAHGO jig > STEAiIKKS. TO LONDON DIRECT. ~ lons Due . Steamec Burden. Commander. Auck. - - ■ -■ About Indraleioa 10,000 T. Trotter Mar. 31 •tftatarua lo.oou j.c. Felgate ilar.3l •Mwini lu.ooo n. HoiUa Aur 7 Uimiio — 10,000 a H.Kemp May c Bto of Scotland 10,000 j. li. Hart -1 htoßlitt 8,000 W. H. Wilkes — Iu.OOO E D Beck — Btsr of. AiEtralia 10,000 F. Kearney — £?m°aaa \ i0,0W3 Liuklater — •taJumg F. Lldstone r?™.- I«.UW) J. Firth - ImraJeTi, 10,000 Hoilingsworth jjayfa-jbar ... B.UOO D.McQueen ■ ' 2 Twin screw. . lie a*ove steamers are aU built snecially sLnftt?* W Z ?' an<i traae - fl with Mpating machinery of the most modem tjpe, In charge of competent eneineera and EH"** f ot tj|f "cepaonauy faustactor, Kmatlon la which their frozen meat car fi» are behig deliTered wav^ mt "? te Dre P are a to carry Wool . "•:- '. Agents. Auckland. " ' DttBCT gAN pBANCISCO C< BE VICE. Iγ; atstealian mail lcje. fcV ! FROM AUCKLAND To ~«AK JEANGISCO AND SEATTLE. V VIA BYDNEY AND APIA. ■:. 3BBOEGH BILLS OF LADING To USUUS AND AMERICAN PORTS. H S.S. YEDDO, €: -j_QTH. f*' J. C. OFEDDING, General Agent. Wtowt East. Auckland. Pi~Tv. JHE XEW ZEALAND !Ht4 SHIPPING COMPANY'S (f!?*J U:N " E of ma il steamers. USIE TIDEO. TENKRIFFE, AND -—i-___£WMOUTH. £tem Er ' T Core- Probable To Sail ,-g-^_^°j : _mander. Final Port, about jCe - |poTiiso>s Wl.-aon Apr. 8 S"S?:io 9 -^°f orbes **y e ,>«sta in m r°I nwan - May - z t "?° ac Janeiro H HL> ,, Ma y 6th ' wlu call as Monce Video - |<«n or be P obtSSl' £rOm Ule Caited -jpnaent or 4a«nt d at this cad h >' w'? ri te tot * ot Passage money. y. HOTJGHTON, legal Mansjer.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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