I SHIPPING. JTUDDART — "DARKER T INB FAVOURITE PASSENGER SEBVICE. • Circumstances permitting, Steamem will Sail as tmder:— FROM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDNEY. VICTORIA . . Monday | Apr. 5 | 5.50 p.m. WIMMERA ■ ■ Monday | Apr. 19 | 5.30 p.m. FOR GISBGRNE, NAPIER, WELLING_TQK. LYTTELTON. AND DUNEDIN. WIMMERA Tuesday I Apr. 6| 3 p.m. , MCTORIA .... Tuesday I Apr. 20 I 3 p.m. . No cargo received after Noon. FROM WELLINGTON" FOR SYDNEY. . RIVERIXA Friday | April 16 FOR MELBOURNE^ VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. ULIMAROA ■. I Thursday | April 29 Cargo must be booked and alongside, TJN- . LESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less than TWO HOURS before advertised sailing j time. ' All Tickets for Stop-o-vet- or Return mi- . tually exchangeable with th« Union Company. L D. NATHAN AND CO.. LTD., Agent*. Bis*. S HAW - S AVILL - AXD ' ■ pjg A LBION C°- L- TDTHE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS FOR PLYMOUTH AXD LONDON, VIA MONTE VIDEO AND TENERIFFE. SPLENDID UP-TO-DATE PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION. ROOMT CABINS AND SPACIOUS DECKS. Sailings (circumstances permitting).— Tons Com- Dale of Port : Steamer Reg. mander. Dep. of about. Dep. Delphic B.2TS Breen Apl. 7 Glsborne iC'rinthlc 12,231 Thompson Apl. 22 W'll'glon Tokomaru 6.23S Macfie April — Kia Ora 6.300 Chudley Maj- — tArawa 9,372 Clayden May 20 tTainni 10,500 Moffatt June 17 W'll'gton tlonle .. 12,232 Annlns July 15 WU'gton tAtbenie 12.234 Kempson Aug. 12 Wll'gton fC'rinthlc 12,231 Thompson Sept. 9 Wirgton tArawa .. 9,372 Cla.vden Oct. 7 Wirgton iTwhTScrew. Round the World Tickets. First-class, lαcludiug railway fares across American Continent, Issued at special rates. Special facilities given to residents In the either by prepayment of pasage money in New Zealand or by guarantees. FIRE EXTINGUISHING APPARATUS. — All Steamers are fitted with the Co. 2 Apparatus, whjua is most effective In extinguishing tire, aud cannot possibly damage . cargo or anything wlui which It somes in. contact. L. D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., A. S. PATER SON AXD CO., Agents. Sr-g-—— ,OHAW. SAVILI/, AND "■eLohC] ALBION CO., LTD. ■ iHH || ' S.S. KIA ORA, FR.OM U LIVERPOOL. Due about sth April, 1909. Consignees n?e requested to pas 6 entries, present bills of lading, pay ireight, and ■ take out delivery orders without delay. ' Goods impeding discharge will be stored at consignees' risk aud expense. Claims mutt be rendered in duplicate showing marks and numbers of pacKtige:*, aud uuuber ci bill ol hiding, but uo claim will be recognised unless goods are examined prior to removal from the wnarf. Captain Chudley will not be responsible for auy debts contracted by his crew witnout his written authority. L. D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agents. TMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL STEAMERS, I from SYDNEY to BREMEN, calling MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, FREMANTLE. COLOMBO, ADEN, SUEZ. WORT SAID, -NAPLES, . GENOA, SOUTHAMPTON. AXD ANTWERP. — " ' From From Steamer. Tone. Sydney. Me.b'ne. ZIETEN' 8043 Apr. 17~Apr. 20 SEYUUTZ* 8000 May 15 May IS STEAMER Jue. 12 Jne. 15 STEAMER Jly. 10 Jly. 13 ♦Twin screw. •Twin-3crew Steamers. FARES FROM NEW ZEALAND PORTS TO LONDON. First, Single, from £77 to £8S; Second, Single, from £47 (3/ to £50 12/. Third, Single, from £16 to £18. FAkE, ard CLASS AUCKLAND TO PORT SAID, £13. TO CHINA AND JAPAN. Regular Four-weekly Service of TwlnBcraw Steamers Irom Sydney, via New Guinea, to Manila, liongkoug, and Yokohama, connecting at Hongkong with N.D. L. tortnightly. Fates from Auckland: To Hongkong — int. £46 6/; 2nd, f32 6/. To London, via Uongtoug — Ist, £110 10/; 2nd, £7o S/. From Steamer. Syduej MANILA April Bta Linen washed on ooard by expert Laundresses. For passage and full particulars, apply to LANGGUTH & CO., Agents, Cuetome-sr. W., Auckland. t_ rpHE TXTASGAKCI T>IVEB. . tySTjJca THE RHINE OF MAORILAXD VISITED BY THOUSANDS. NEW ZEALAND'S GE.EAT SCENiC CANYON. Connects With the Main Trunk Rail-way. FROM WANGANUI — DAILY, Mondays excepted. FROM riPIE.IK.I— DAILY, Tuesdays escepted. FROM TAnfABU.Vn —Tuesdays. Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. VISIT BEAUTIFUL- PIPIKIKI. Visit the Unique Houseboat. The pleasure of a trip on this beautifui river -will ever remain a delightful memory. - For itineries, etc., apply A. HATKICK AND COMPANY, TOURIST BUREAUS, T. COOK AXD SOX, Booting Agents. __ i , TO CJHIPMASTERS AND VACHTSfj MEN. -»- In connection with our Ship Chandlery Department, we have just completed our large New Sail Loft, aud are in a most favourable position to turn out First-clues Work with dispatch. The Loft is under the supervision of the Well-known Maker MR BOONSTRA, who will give all orders " his personal attention. . Quotations and Estimates for Sails, Re- ( gtting, etc., on application. ■VTACHT gPECIALITY. JOHN T3URXS A.XD po., T TD., I SHIP CHANDLERS AND SAILMAKERS, g CUSTOMS AND COMMERCE 8I&, i AVCK£*A»P. . 4 J
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