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SHlrir_4v». T -I-TNION STEAM SHIP COMI s—\5 —\ U P*INY OF NEW h&E-Sl ZEALAND. LIMITED. B —in he despatched as undei circumstances permittins):- PLYMOUTH ONLY. (From Onehunga.) Friday. 16th April. 3 p.m. 2.10 WELLINGTON. NEfl Say 12th April. 5 p.m. 4.5 -'■ l Vharf till li" a.m. rTi.'^iNi - WELLINGTON, Gi r VTTELTON. AND DUNEDIN. ,ro h i;o ....Tuesday. 13th April. 5 p.m. .... Saturday. 17th April, noon ■ —" SYDNEY? nfntoia ...Monday. 12th April, 5.30 p.m. ___. .Fridsy. 23rd April (from Wllgum) MKISoI:KNE. via BLUFF and HOBART ivafrimoo Tbursoay, loth April (From Wellington 1 ' LEVUKA, SUVaTaND LAUTOKA. jfaitai Wednesday, 14th Apt., 3 p.m. FKIrJNDLV ISLANDS, SAMOA, FIJI and SYDNEY. fVnknalofa, Haapai, Varan, Apia, Levuka, Suva.) Tofna Tuesday, 27th April, 10 a.m. Atua Four weeks later l»o cargo for Fiji. No caigo received on sailing day.; RAROTONGA and TAHITI. Banroto Wednesday. 14th Apr., noon Wedne=day, 21st April (From W'^ilinsion.) CANADA, AMERICA. LONDON, etc. (Via Vaneouvei.) S.M-S. Marama. ..April 19th (from Suva) (Via San Francisco.) Macapouri Wednesday, 21st April (from Wellington) Transhipping to Mariposa at Tahiti. Tickets available for stop-over or return ty Hndfiart, Parker, and Co.'s Proprietary steamers. Cargo must be booked and alongside Teasel, unless otherwise stated, not les9 tnan TWO UOURS befor.e advertised time of leaving. Auckland Branch: PALiIERSTON BUILDINGS. /CANADIAN — A USTRALIAN T INE TO A MERICA AND TTiUROPE. Steamers Leave as follows: From From Tons, reg. Sydney. Suva. —ARAMA .. 6500 April 12 April 19 —AKURA ... So7t May 10 May 17 AORANGI 4500 Jne. 7 Jne. 15 •MARAMA 6500 Jly. 5 Jly. 12 *Twin Screw Steamer. Passengers may join either at Sydney or Suva. If joining at Suva they leave Auckland 14th April, and every 28 days thereafter. UNION S.S. CO. .OF N.Z., LTD., Managing Agents. X ,~j /"ORIENT ROYAL MAIL FOR i-Ll MOUTH AND LONDON, VIA FKEMANTLE, COLOMBO- (transhipping for all Indian Ports), SUEZ, MARSEIL LES. AND GIBRALTAR. Steamer. Keg. Sydney M'lb'me AdYdc •bOmrah . b,2*2 Apr. 14 Apr. 2D Apr. 2: Orotava . 5.950 May 1 May 4 May t ■Ophir . 6,814 May 15 May 18 May 2C Orient 5403 May 29 June 1 June a Oi'o£s, . 6.297 June 12 June 15 June 17 ,»"_Jspga~~r3gOßßj Jnae 26 June .29 .Tuiy 1 •Twin Screws. DCaiiiug at Hobart. FARES.—NF.W ZEALAND TO LONDONBALOON: Single, £47 6/ to £88; Return, £15 IS/ to _J2; Return Tickets good for two years. THIRD-CLASS: £18. £20, £22. Passages. Auckland-Sydney, are included In Fares, and passengers arriving in Sydney by nearest connecting steamer may go on board at once, if Orient liner ia port. Passages from above Ports may be prepaid. Through Bookings to New York. UNION STEAM SHIP CO. OF NEW ZEALAND. LTD.. Agents in N.Z. f_ mHE TYSER LINE, A- • LIMITED. f_sflpSTnd MONTHLY .DESPATCH B 0F FIRST-CLASS CARGO I STEAMERS. TO LONDON DIRECT. " Tons. Due Steamer. Burden. Commander. Auck. About Mlmiro 10.000 A. H. Kemp-May 6 Indraghiri S.OOO w.H.WUkes May 31 Star 01 Scotland 10.000 j. M. Hart June 7 Star of N. Z'land 10,000 E. D. Beck — Star of Australia 10,000 F. Kearney — Tomoana 10,000 Linklater — •Nerehana 10.000 F. Lidstone — •Marere 10,000 j. Firth — Indradevl 10,000 Hollingsworth — Hawke's Bay .. 8,000 D. McQueen — Jndralema 10.000 T. Trotter — •Whakarua 10,000 J. C. Felgate — »Niwaru 10,000 H. Holiis — Twin screw. The above steamers are all 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., Ajjeuts, Auckiand. AH£. t hb p. o. c°STEAMERS FOR LONDON, calling at FREMANTLE, COLOMBO, ADEN MARSEILLES, GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, with liberty to call at Brindiei, as unBer:— Leave Leave Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Melbourne. MALWA 11,000 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 MONGOLIA 10,000 Apr. 7 Apr 13 IIAEMAROA 10,500 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 INDIA 8.000 May S May 11 Rates of passage money: — Single to London, £47 6/ to £*>S; Returns. £73 18/ and £132, avaßable for two years. Tourists" Tickets (India, China, and Japan). Special Holiday Tickets to Colombo, arallthle for two months. Return Fares from Sydney, £41 first; £29 second, plus 10 pet cent. Passage money can be paid here for Passages from England. Passengers trrrring ln Sydney by nearest connecting steamer may proceed on board at once. For freight aud passage, apply direct to EtiSBELL &. SOMEES. Cnstoms-st West. EAND A. MAIL LINE TO MANILA, • CHINA, AND JAPAN, FROM AUSTRALIA. Ut _„ Leave Sydney. »LBENHAM, 3SOB tons April 10th, 1909 Monthly thereafter. Saloon accommodation amidships. Large, jow, two-berth cabins, all on the upper _•* and fitted with electric fans. Through Bookings to Canada, the United States, Europe. Rn2^ rel S nt or passage, apply direct to ;t_SELL & SOMERS. Castoms-st. Westi . CJELLAKS-ALLEN LINE. The s.s. TUIRANGI will leave HelensviUe EYERv SATURDAY at 10 a.m. (after arri- ™ ' a.m. Train from Auckland), returning koic Dargaville SUNDAY, at 5 p.m. Tickets -Oterchangeable with the Kaipara S.S. Co. 0 T „ MAT EA SERVICE. llii-Sr 1 ? 61 leaves HelensviUe for OTAntv1 i ", : ? oE ' rS ' MONDAYS and THURS_t£ i. a m " after arrival of 7 a.m. 3E? v m * AncMand, returning to Helecs-»a-e Tuesdays and Fridays. G. SELLARS Master. M 484

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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