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SHIPPING. JJUDDART — "DARKER J INE. FAVOURPTE PASSENGER SERVICE!. Circumstances permitting, Steamers will Sail as under: — FROM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDNEY. ?', I ,?i^ ERA I Monday | Apr. 19 | 5.30 p.m. *» ICTORIA I Monday | May 3 j 5.30 p.m. F r£H GI SBORNE. NAPIER, WELLINGAND DUNEDIN. S£T£5 IA •' ! Tuesday | Apr. 20 f 3 p.m. WIMMERA.. I Tuesday | Mat 4 | 3 p.m. , No cargo received after Noon. FROM WELLINGTON? FOR SYDNEY. RIVERINA FrlQay ) AprU 16 _ TA VOX. MELBOURNE. VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. ULIMAROA .. I Thursday | April 29 , i;" go must h « booked and alongside, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less time HOURS before advertised sailing All Tickets for Stop-over or Return mutually exchangeable with the Union Company. L- D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agents. !—»____ rpHE TYSER LINE, LIMITED. !Pffl3_™_l MONTHLY DESPATCH ° F FIR ST;CLASS CARGO TO LONDON DIRECT. Tons. Due Steamer. Burden. Commander. Auck. About Mimiro 10,000 A. H.Kemp May 6 Indrughir! 8,000 W .H. Wilkes 'May 31 Star of Scotland 10.000 j m. Hart June 7 ibtar of N. Z'land 10,000 X jj B e ck — Star of Australia 10,000 ],'' Kearney — Tomoana Linklater — 'Nerehuna 10,000 F. Udstone — •Marere 10.000 J. Firth — Indrartevi 10.000 Holllngsworth — Ilawke's Bay ... 8,000 D. McQueen — tlndralema 10,000 T. Trotter — •Whakarua 10.000 .T. C. Felgate — ♦Niwaru 10,000 11. Hollls — "Twin screw. The above steamers are nil built specially for the New Zealand trade, fitted with refrigerating machinery of the most modern type, in charge of competent engineers, and are noted for the exceptionally satisfactory condition in which their frozen meat cargoes are being delivered. The Company is prepared to carry Wool and Produce of every description, at Lowest Current Rates of Freight. For all particulars, apply to HEATHER, ROBERTON & CO., Affeuts, Auckland. 4s&_ N - ____ -rOTORD - JVEOTSCHER J LOYD. XMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL STEAMERS, i- 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* 8U43 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 SEYDLITZ* 8000 May 15 May IS STEAMER Jne. 12 Jne. 15 STEAMER Jly. 10 Jly. 13 •Twin screw. •Twin-screw Steamers. FARES FROM NEW ZEALAND PORTS TO LONDON. First, Single, from £77 to £8S; Second, Single, from £47 6/ to £50 12/. Third, Single, from £16 to £18. FARE, 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. Fareß from Auckland: To Hongkong — Ist, £46 6/; 2nd, £32 6/. To London, via Hongkong — Ist, £llu 10/; 2nd, £73 8/. From Steamer- Sydney MANILA April Bth Linen washed on board by eipert Laundresses. For passage and full particulars, apply to LANGGCTH &CO Agents, Customs-st- W.. Auckland. *|—- rpHE rXTANGANGI TJIYER. [lAlprgi THE RHINE OF MAORILAXD 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 TAUMARUNUI—Tuesdays. Wednesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays. VISIT BEAUTIFUL PIPIRIKI. Visit the Unique Houseboat. The pleasure of a trip on this beautiful river will ever remain a delightful memory. For itineries, etc., apply A. HATRICK AND COMPANY, TOURIST BUREAUS, I. COOK AND SON, Booking Agents. |__ T HOS. QOOK AND g ON |tou»»J (Offices All Over the World). A GENTS Jf OR ALL J INES. If you want a Passage by P. and O. Co Shaw, Savill Co. Orient R.M. Line Cape Lines N.D.L (German) Canndlan-Aust. Line • N.Z. Shipping Co. White Star, etc., etc. : DOOK AT ROOK'S. If you want Choice of Accommodation cabled for by DIFFERENT LINES and Best Berths secured at Lowest Rates, JJOOK AT /BOOK'S. If you be in doubt as to which line to proceed by, or require general Information, send for /--(ook's cjailing x Ist ""■ook's - l ist (with Map), Tosted Free, giving FARES, and Sailings in advance, by All Lines, All Routes, and Classes, to All Parts of the World. Apply — riOOK QUIPPING QFFICE, 62, QUEEN-ST. T7-AIFARA STEAMSHIP n'* r *»t /COMPANY. ALTERATION OF TIME-TABLE. WAIROA SERVICE. On and after MONDAY, the 22nd Inst., the Present Time-table will be CANCELLED. Steamers will run as follows:— Leave Helensville. Leave Dargaville. Monday, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, 6 a.m. Thursday, 10 a.m. Friday, 5 p.m. NOTE.—The Company's Ticket will be available for return by the Sellars-Allen Company Steamer, leaving Helensville for Dargaville at 10 a.m. Saturdays, and leaving Dargaville for Helensville on Sundays j at 5 p.m., and vice versa. R. C. HAMMOND, Manager. March 17. 1909. . j

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 82, 6 April 1909

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