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SHIPPDfG. t TTNION STEAM SHIP COM—K—\ U PASY OF NEW jggs ZEALAND, LIMITED. ?■% -rm be despatched as nndei gteunere wui permltpreatJier a" ,l &&'--~ jfß-vT PLYMOUTH ONLY. JWjW-• Wharf till 11 a.m. JS~Z»y NAPIER, WELLINGTON, AND DTJNEDIN niir Saturday, 17th. Apr., 4 p.m. Sf ß * ...Saturday, 24th Apr., noon AND GISBORNE. 5? "T...Saturday, 17th Apr., noon AND TIMAKTJ. y?'.--Monday, 19th Apr., 5 p.m. £ ■ ' SYDNEY. Monday, 26th Apr., 5.30 p.m. "Friday, 23rd April (from Wll'gton) :LrSSbNE, via BLUFF and HOBART. XZUMViUSC Thursday, 22nd April Sl*" 3 (From Wellington) —-cpvTAND LAUTOKA (FIJI). . mii 12th May, 3 p.m. ISLANDS, SAMOA, FIJI FBUiI, and SYDNEY. Idotnalofa, Apia. Levnka, -jt,. •-■ ' Tuesday, 27th April, 10 a.m. I** "•■-. Four weeks later lat'estevnta Cargo only for Fiji. ff o mrgo received on sailing day. 'r~. —RABOTONGA and TAHITI. 0,m0t0..:....- : Tuesday, 11th May, 10 a.m. gSarl— Wednesday, 21st April . (From Wellington.) -?ivADA, AMERICA, LONDON, etc. — (Via Vancouver.) SMS Marama. ..April 19th (from Suva) ' (Via San Francisco.) ViMixrarl Wednesday. 21st April (from Wellington) ITinshiPPlag . to Mariposa at TahltL ~sSits available for etop-over or return iy EuiAut, Parker, and Co.'s Proprietary "cargo most be booked and 'alongside te«Kl unless otherwise stated, not less pan TWO HOURS before advertised time •fiearlEg. ' Auckland Branch: PALMERSTON BUILDINGS. T /"VRIENT ROYAL MAIL Tun x-lAUOTJTH AND LONDON, VIA FBEJIANTLE, COLOMBO (transhipping lor all Indian Ports), SDEZ, MARSEILLES, AND GIBRALTAR. Bteinier. Beg. Sydney M'lb'rne Ad'l'ie " Orotaya . 5.950 May 1 May 4 May 6 >Optilr . 8,814 May 15 May 18 May 20 Orient 5453 May 29 June 1 June 3 Orora . 6,297 June 12 June 15 June 17 •Ortoaa .8,000 June 26 June 29 July 1 •Iwin Screws. l 1 FABES.—NEW ZEALAND TO LONDON: EALOOS: Single, £47 6/ to £S8; Return, fio 18/ to £132; Keturn Tickets good, for tiro rears. THIKD-CLASS: £18. £20, £22. Passages, Auckland-Sydney, are included In Fates, arid passengers arriving In Syd■aey by nearest connecting steamer may go on"board at once, if Orient liner in port. Passages from above Forts may be prepali Through Bookings to New York. CXIOX STEAM SHIP CO. OF NEW LTD.. Agents in .N.Z.. I mHE TYSER LINE, RTBFS'K J-:. limited. MONTHLY -DESPATCH IraiSiPl OF ■ FIRST-CLASS CARGO STEAMERS. . ' TO LONDON DIRECT.' ' Tons. Due Steamer. Burden. Commander. Auck. About JHmiro ':..■*.:.: 10,000 A. H- Kemp -May c Icilraghirl ..... 8,000 \V.H.Wilies May 31 far of Scotland lOjOOO 3. M. Hart June 7 Ear of M. Z'land 10,000 E. D. Beck — :6Uir of Ansu-alia 10,000 F. Kearney — .lomoana 10,000 lanklater — •Xereliana 10,000 F. ladstone — •Marere 10,000 J. Firth. — Mraaevi .>.... 10,000.Hollingswortb. — Bawke's Bay .. S.OOO D. McQueen — Icaralema 10,000 T. Trotter — •Wnnkarua .... 10,000 J. C. Felgate — •Swara '.. 10,000 H. Holiis — •Twin screw. lie above steamers, are all built specially tor the New Zealand trade, fitted with refrigerating machinery of the most modern tjpe, 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., Agents, Auckland. gHAW, gAVILL, AN. ;_|g||j . A LBION G°- L- TDTHE DIHECT LINE OF STEAMERS FOE PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, VIA HOXTE VIDEO AND TENERIFFE. BPLENDID UP-TO-DATE PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION. EOPJII CABINS AND SPACIOUS DECKS. __ Etlllags (circumstances permitting).— Tons Com- Date of Port .. Steamer Eeg. mander. Dep: of '. - ,: -■ --■ about. Dep. JCrJntMc 12,231 Thompson Mcmru 6,233 Macfie ™' St ° n Ea Ora 6,300 Chudley May — mJl w 7 9,372 cla y Q en May 20 Wll'gton X" 1 IS aoffatt June 17 W'ir|ton l 1 Annins July 13 W'U'gton & C c tlf ?hTm P^n A,IS - » W ' U ' S ° n JW-9.372 ™g°i_ 10.500 Moffatt Nov. 4. W'll'gton •„ fTwin Screw. ■th£ c Worid Tlckets > First-class, inS ■ ay fares across American Con-Tj'-.'ssiied at special rates. given to residents in the £r h U t0 brins ont Mends from Home, %r 7 1 pre P a J™™t of passage money in .«.bt Zealand or by guarantees. -AIIrB o EXTEv " G UISHING APPARATUS. JWte r l a . te fltte(l the Co. 2 ApX; V* , * 1 ls most effective in extinWβ n? fir V and cannot possibly damage Xt. ytMng witt'wWch it comes to I D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., . A- S. PATEESON AND CO., — ■- Agents. ■jta-jv. " rnHE NEW ZEALAND jnttßjO SHIPPING COMPANY'S LINE OF MAIL STEAMERS. •S. . FOR LONDON. ''A iIOSTE VIDEO, TENBRIFFE, AND -~-____- PLYMOUTH. Btamo, m Con »- Probable To Sail .•jpSS__lons. mander. Final Port, about . o,BBa Forb wu-ton May 6 8,080 Barnes — — •• W. 660 Forsdlck — — toS 01 -, B >SSO Weston — — %*& = Z = = *«*■ TiiW El ° ac Janeiro as well -as Tjim ° n Homeward voyage. Sja Edom^ or h Pa l Sil Ses from the United obtained at this end by Hjgajotgiiiinmtee of passage money. {| rtBrTFEE E fprwarded to Port of DeV V^B Ss are. Specially Fitted with Clayton's Patent Few FIBE EXTmtfIjI SHERS. 'BEISH-r^^ 1518 ot PARES ana "»alB on application. CHAS. V. HOUGHTON, Local. Manager.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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