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_ SHIPPING. TTUDDABT — pAEKER TINE. FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICH. Circumstances permitting, Bteamers will Ball' aa under: — FHOM AUCKLAND. FOB SYDNEY. WIMMERA I Monday I Apr. 19 I 3.80 p.m. VICTORIA J Monday / May 3 | 5.80 p.m. FOB GIHBORNE, NAPIKH. WELLINGTON, LYTTELTON. AMD DUNEDIN. wt C JSS4 A . •' I Tues,ia y I *P r - 20 I S p.m. WIMMERA.. I Tuesday | May 4 | 3 p.m. No cargo received after Noon. fbom Wellington! fob sydney. ULIMAROA Friday | May 21 FOB MELBOUBNE. VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. ULIMARQA ■■ 1 Thursday | Aprlfg) Cargo must be booked and alongside, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less than TWO HOURS before advertised sailing time. All Tickets for Stop-oTei- or Return mutually exchangeable with the Union Company. U. D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agent*. IT£-w—-. gHAW, gAVILL, ANu Ifgß boal A LBION T TD. Ijjt qAj JA. \j Li ilia Direct line ok , steamers FOR PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, VIA MONTE VIDEO AND TENEKiFFE. SPLENDID UP-TO-DATE PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION. ROOMX CABINS AND SPACIOUS DECKS. Sailings (circumstances permitting).— Tons Com- Date of Port Steamer Reg. mander. Dep. of . about. Dep. tC'rinthlc 12,231 Thompson ~ Apl. 22 W'U'gton Tokomaru 6,238 Macfie April — Kia Ora 6,300 Chudley May — tArawa 9,372 Clayden May 20 W'll'gton tTainul 10,500 Moffatt June 17 W'll'gton flonic .. 12,232 Annlns July 15 W'll'eton tAthenic 12,234 Kempson Aug. 12 W'll'gton tC'rinthlc 12,231 Thompson Sept. 9 W'll'gton fArawa .. 0,372 Clayden Oct. 7 W'll'gton tTainnl 10.500 Moffatt Nor. 4. W'll'gton tTwin Screw. Round the World Tickets, First-class, Including railway fares across American Continent, Issued at Special rates. Special facilities given to residents In the Dominion to bring out friends from Home, either by prepayment of passage money In New Zealand or by guarantees. FIXE EXTINGUISHING APPARATUS. ■ —All Steamers are fitted.with the Co. 2 Apparatus, which is most effective In extinguishing fire, and cannot possibly damage • cargo or anything with which it comee in contact. L. D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD . A. S. PATEItSON AND CO., Agents. rpHE NEW ZEALAND IpieLS SHIPPING COMPANY'S LINE OF MAIL STEAMERS. B FOR LONDON, YxA MONTE VIDEO, TENERIFFE, AND PLYMOUTH. Com- Probable To Sail . Steamer. Tons, mander. Final Port, about •Buapehu . U.BSO Forbes W'll'ton May 6 Kukala 8,595 Barnes —/ — •Kalpara . 10,560 Cornwall — Mar •Rlmutaka 10,130 Greenstreet — Jne 3 •Opawa .. 10,660 Smith — •Orari .. 10,660 Forsdick — — •Kaikoura 10,560 McKellar — ,— • Wakanui . 8,755 Parsons - , Papanui .. j. 8.550 Weston ■ — • totski. ..i ai,cKK) Baba '.. —j,;. i-^.------•Turakina 10,960 Bower * " .__►■ . __ Whakatano 8,775 Hemming ,_, •Tongarlxo 10,192 Sutcllffe f •Paparoa BJS6O Cilifbrd — -, • Waimate . 8,978 Cameron t "Twin ecrew. fTurblne. NOTE. — The RUAPBHU, aniline May 6tu, will call at Rio do Janeiro as well as , Monte Video, on the Homeward voyage. Warrants for Passages from the United • Kingdom can be obtained at this end by • pre-payment or guarantee of passage money. Passengers forwarded to Poit of Departure FKBB. , The Vessels are Specially Fitted with Clayton's Patent I FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Fnll particulars of FARES and FREIGHTS on application. CHAS. V. HOUGHTON, Local Manager. TRISECT gAM JpRANCISCO CIEBVICB. AUSTRALIAN MAIL LINE. FBOM AUCKLAND To ' BAN FRANCISCO AND SEATTLE!. VIA SYDNEY AND APIA. ; THROUGH BILLS OF LADING To CANADIAN AND AMERICAN FORTS. S.S. /CENTURY, A BOUT TV/TAY yTH. 3. C. SPEDDINQ, General Agent. Cnstorus-st. East. Auckland. : QEND FOR "/BOOK'S ©AILING T IST." (Posted Free), Giving FARES AND SAILING DATES By P. & O. S.N. Co. ■» O£°£'.! Or ient R.M. Line. SPECIAL v--UOJJ-β N.D.L. (German). AGENTS Passages Can.-AustraUan. ___ Llnes Passages J N.Z. Shipping Co. lah Routes Passages Shaw, Sarill Co. AU Classes. PIOOK'S ™ te ?f r Llne LOWEST V-'OOK'S Cape Llne e- RATES. I. etc., etc., etc. J IMPOBTANT! Offers of Accommodation catttea for b.T DIFFERENT LINES, and CHOICK GIVEN after inspection of plans filed at our Office. NO BOOKING FEES! ! SPECIAL ADVANTAGES OFFERED! ptOOK'S SHIPPING /"OFFICE, 62, QUEEN-ST.. AUCKLAND, »■ mHE TTtTANGANUI TJIVER. J- VV H THE RHINE OF MAOBILAND 1 VISITED BY THOUSANDS. NEW ZEALAND'S GREAT SCENIC CANYON. Connects With the Main Trunk Railway. FBOM 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, .. T. COOK AND SON,- Booking Agents.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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