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SHIPPING. •ppjDDART — pARKEB J INK. FAVOURITJ3 PASSENGER SERVICE; . Circumstances permitting, Steamers will Sail as under: — FROM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDNEY. WmMBEA I Monday | Apr. 19 I 5.30 p.m. VICTORIA I Monday 1 May 3 | 5.50 p.m.. • FOR GISBORNE, NAPIKR, WELLINGTON. LYTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN. . VJC TOEI - i - • • 1 Tuesday | Apr. 20 I 3 p.m. WIMiIERA.. J Tuesday | May 4 | 3 p.m. No cargo received after Noon. FROM WELLINGTON? FOR SYDNEY. • RIVERINA Friday | April 16 FOR MELBOURNE. t VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. ULIMAROA .. I Thursday | AprlT~29 Cargo must be booked and alongside, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less than TWO HOURS before advertised sailing time. All Tickets for Stop-over or Return on- • tually exchangeable with, the Union Company. L- D. NATHAN AND CO.. LTD., Agents. gAN -jCTBANCISCO SERVICE. AUSTRALIAN MAIL LINH. FROM AUCKLAND ' To v SAN FRANCISCO AND SEATTLE. VIA SYDNEY AND APIA. t THROUGH BILLS OF LADING To CANADIAN AND AMERICAN PORTS. S.S. /~IENTURY, about iyr AY 7TH. 3. C. SFEDDING. General Agent. Custoras-st. East. Auckland. N. D. Ij, -QEUTSCHER T LOYD. TMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL STEAMERS, J. from SYDNEY to BREMEN. calling MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, FREMANTLE. COLOMBO, ADEN, SUEZ, PORT SAID, NAPLES, GENOA, SOUTHAMPTON, AND ANTWERP. From From Steamer. Tone. Sydney. Meib'ne. ' ZIETEN* 8043 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 SEYDLITZ* 8000 May 15 May 18 STEAMER Jue. 12 Jne. 15 STEAMER Jly. 10 Jly. 13 •Twin screw. ♦Twin-screw Steamers. B-AHES FKOM NEW ZEALAND PORTS TO LONDON. First, Single, from £77 to £88; Second, . Single, from £47 6/ to £50 12/. Third. Single, from £16 to £18. FAKE, 3rd CLASS, AUCKLAND TO PORT SAID, £13. TO CHINA AND JAPAN." Regular Fonr-weekly Service of Twinscrew Steamers from Sydney, via New Guinea, to Manila,, Hongkong, and Yokohama, connecting at Hongkong with N.D.L. fortnightly, l ■-._% Fares from Auckland: To Hongkong — Ist, £46 6/; 2nd, £32 6/. To London, via Hongkong — Ist, £110 10/; 2nd, £73 8/. From Steamer. Sydney • MANILA April Bth "- Linen washed on board by expert Laundresses. 1 For passage and full particulars, apply to LANGGUTH & CO.. Agents, Custome-at. W., Auckland. I —-__ rnHos. /~iook and cjon |p2S!2«J (Offices all over, the World). COOK'S T)ASSAGE A GEXCY. OOK'S *■ ASSAGE -"-GENCY. . If you want a Passage by • P. nnd O. Co. Show, Savill Co. • Orient R.M. Line Cape Lines ■ N.D.L. (German) Canadian-Aust. Line N.Z. Shipping Co. White Star. etc. etc SEND FOB COOK'S QAILING X IST. OOK'S -UIST. (With Map.) Posted Free, giving FAKES, and Sailings in Advance, by All Lines, All ' Routes and Classes to All Parts of 'the : World. No Commission Charged! Book Early! 62, QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. : rpHE TX7ANGANUI TJIVEB. Ijjnnga THE RHINE OF MAORILAND 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 liver will ever remain a delightful memory. For itineries, etc., apply A. HATRICK AND COMPANY, : TOURIST BUREAUS, ; T. COOK AND SON, Booking Agents. O CJHIPMASTERS AND YACHT? O MEN.. JIn connection with our Ship Chandlery : Department, we have just completed our • large New Sail Loft, and are in a most • favourable position to turn out First-class • Work wits, dispatch. The Loft Is under • the supervision of the Well-known Maker • MR BOONSTRA, wlio will give all orders • his personal attention. Quotations and Estimates for Sails, Refitting, etc., on application. -V7-ACHT VyORK: * SPECIALITY. , JOHN TDUKNS AND QO., TTD., , BHIP CHANDLERS AND SAILMAKERS, 1 CUSTOMS AND COMMERCE STS., AUCKLAND. . ). - . OIL ENGINES. "KAPAI." Call or write for prices. ARTHUR AND DORMER, Nelson-st. M 435 ). T>IDER AND ERICSSON'S HOT AIR ) SX PUMPING ENGINE. — 2ilb of Coal t or 51b Wood pumps 150 gallons per hour 50ft high. * — Write for particulars. — ■ Hardley nnd Hardley, Ltd., Albert-st. , T ADIES' Leather Belts In Stock or Made XJ to Order; all shapes and colours; also, . Petersham Ribbon Belts, leather covered buckles and well eye-letted, etc.— J. Wiseman and Sons, Ltd., 175, Queen-et. '; '■

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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