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SHIPPING. ■ _-^-- J --r^7 O K STEAM SHIP COM-■I-irvU PARI OF NEW IsJggsl ZEALAND. LIMITED. f-fc-J w m be despatched as under '"tfSfand other circumstances permltONLY. : £From Onehunga.) -. ,« FrL, 23rd Apr., 3 P-m 2-10 SEW r (from Onehunga.) . Mm "6th Apr., 3 p.m 2.10 U a.m. DIRECT. - . (from Ouehunga). Thursday, 22nd Apr.. 3 p.m. &tn^-o" «- Railway till 11 a.m. ._- VAPIER. WELLINGTON, DUNEDIN. LSf lt ' v Saturday, 24th Apr- noon \- S» n0 * iv "".'.'.' .Tuesday, 27th April. 2 p.m. : AND GISBORNE WHAKF. . 2 SYDNEY. ; . v™"„ _.Monday, 26th Apr., 5.30 p.m. ■ff"A" cfrom Wirgton) . SrnBRNE" via BLUFF and HOBART. . ..Thursday, 22nd April jtannKa..—^ om We mn St onj I -—SStTaND LAUTOKA (FIJI). .Wednesday, 12th May, 3 p.m. - pjoSMioa, h^p^J^ 4 "' Apla ' LeTnka> I v-J,- Tuesday,'27th April, 10 a.m. iSr "'"" Fonr weeks later . only for Fiji. Tin cargo received on sailing day. — —KABOTONGA and TAHITL Hb^toT..— Tuesday, Hth May, 10 a.m. • =uriV. 21st Apiil ■ . (From Wc-Uington.) AMERICA, LONDON, etc. . (Via Vancouver.) iILS Maknra May 17th Cfrom Suva) (Via Sen Francisco.) ; —, -Wednesday, 21st AprU j ■> Lmsvu " (from Wellington) Trusiiippiag to Mariposa at Tahiti. nSets'available for stop-over or return .fcjßifflart, Parker, and Co.'s Propiletary mast be booked and alongside mteU "tmless otherwise stated, not less JJaTWO HOUBS before advertised time *"* Auckland Branch: '• PALMEBSTON BUILDINGS. ~I ' ,-■" AKIENT ROYAL MAIL iffej., U LINE - ' A\D LONDON, VIA ■ FBEMANTLE, COLOMBO (transhipping -for all Indian Ports), SUEZ, MARSEIL- ' LES. AND GIBRALTAR. Steamer. : Reg. Sydney M'lb'rne Ad'l'de : " Orotava . 5,880 May 1 May 4 May 6 : ' »opliir . 6,814 May 15 May 18 May 20 Orient 5453 May 29 June 1 June 3 • Oroya . 6,297 June 12 June 15 June 17 ♦ilrtuaa.. 3,000 June2o June 29 July 1 ; ™~ 'Iwla Screws. % FAKES.—NEW iZEALAND TO LONDON: SALOON: Single, HI 6/ to £88; Return, . So 18/.to ilia; Return Tickets good for : two years.. ; ; THIBD.CI.ASS: £IS. £>0, £22. Passfiges, Auckland-Sydney, are included In Fates,'' aad passengers arriving in Sydney by aeaiest connecting steamer may go on board at once, if Orient liner in port. Passages-from Above Forts may be prepMd. Through Bookings to New York. UNION STEAIf SHU' CO. OF NEW ZEALAND. LTD.. Agents In N.Z. f , mHB USER LINE, ' X : ■ LIMITED. j|s§h__EJ monthly) despatch OF FIRST-CLASS CARGO '• '•"--'' IT It) '-STEAMERS. ' Tons. Due Steamer. Burden. Commander. Auck. About , jflmiro ........ 10,000 A H. Kemp May 6 : Indragbiri 8,000 W_H. Wilkes May 31 ' Star o£ Scotland 10,000 J. M. Hart June 7 " StarofS.Z'laid 10,000 E. D. Beck June 7 • . Star oi Australia 10,000 b\ Kearney — lomoam ....... 10,000 Linklater — 'Nereham 10,000 i\ Lidstone — , •Maiere ~. 10,000 J. Firth — Intodert 10,000 Holllngsworth — Hawke's Bsy .. 8,000 D. McQueen — Indralema ..... 10,000 T. Trotter — •Whakaraa ...'. 10,000 J. C. Fcigate — : 'Nlwarn iq.qoq h. HoiUs — *Twin screw. The above steamers are all built specially | lor the New. Zealand trade, fitted with re- ' feJpratinK machinery of the most modern : ■ type, in charge of competent engineers, and • are noted for the exceptionally satisfactory : condition in wUch their frozen meat , cargoes are being delivered. ] . is prepared to carry Wool ' ; SLJ^ nce ;°,r eTery acscripUon, at J . lowest Cnrrent Rates of Freight. for all parUcnlars, apply to HEATHER, ROBERTON & CO., | _ Agents. Auckland. |[sTsY S HAl,r ' gA\TLL, ANu I gttj A LBIOJf 0°- L m - 3 E LIXE _ oi r sraAMEßS icnli lJlOra H AND LONDON VIA .MONTE VIDEO AND TENERIFFE 1 ;■ BHE n>lD'ra-TO-DATB PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION BOOMY CABINS AND SPACIOUS DECKS. i -___-' M "ag (circmnstances permitting)— sreamerßeg. . mander. Dep. of ' ■— — about. Dep. IClbthlc 12,231 Thompson - Ap^ 22 U '^ on ' **Pra 6,300 Chudley May _ -sm - izW! i nne 1T w '"'gton IC'rinihlc^a^^.^W'll'gton te-io 9 -go 2^- s o- ? a maOO Moffatt Nov. 4. W'U'jton Bimnfl «. -J Screw. Tlckets ' P'rst-class, In- ? cross American ConSpwh?? n ?tm t ! Spe< _ lal rates - 81 ?'*° residents In the '^tea E S^« IX G APPARATUS. Saratns, whiS, ff fltted wia the Co. 2 ApIre o«° St In extlE- | -SbSS ssrw,s3rr«2_sT_! .-•« . Agents. few T HE W^ 0^*01 R Iy ER. THE RHINE OF MAORILAND SEW Tp?t E ? BT T .SEW SCENIC ' J°« Main Trunk n %ift^ GAJXVJ ~ DA "-V, Mondays • IBIEI - DAILY, Tuesdays e,'*n r i P _,°?, t this beautiful For ihw . deUghtful memory. *« ittaeries, etc., apply TOTT^_f5 CX AND COMPANT, TOURIST BUREAUS, Oii. „ ; . CM "kala?. g i -VXD DORMBR, Nelson-st, M 485 I ."

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 93, 20 April 1909

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