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"THE DOMINION" Ratej lor Classified Advcrtlsoments(Por Cash Only). - Situations Vacant, Situations Wanted. To Let. For flalo, Personal, Lost and Found, Wanted to Buy, Farm Hands Wanted, Professional Engaitemonts, Board and Bcsldencc, Business Announcements, 15' Words,. Ib.; 20 Words, Is. 6d.; 25 Words, 2si; 30 Words, 2s. 6d. Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2& 6d. per insertion. In lfemoriam,,6d. per line (minimum 5 lines). ,

SHIPPING NOTICES, TTNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY U - OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Subject to alteration without notice. '-.•-- LYTTELTON'. Maori Mon., AVed., Fri.* 7.45 p.m. 1 Mararoa. ' Tues., Thur., Sat. 7.45 p.m. ' . . *No cargo. " , Rail Tickets to Southern Stations issued. Cargo daily till 2.30, except Sat, 11 a.m. ] FJCTON AND NET/SON. Pnteena Mon., Wed., Fri. 1.30 p.m. . WESTPORT. e Komata Early DUNEDIN, Via LYTTELTON. Monowai Friday Apr. 4 5 p.m. AUCKLAND, .via New Plymouth and Onehunga. ' Rarawa From New Plymouth (See , Special Advertisement). _. , j GISBORNE AND AUCKLAND (from NAPIER): *A.rahura Mondays GUborna only c •Arnhura Wednesdays Gislwrne, Toko- '■ maru, Auckland. , *On arrival train from Wellington. SYDNEY. ■ ■ Moeraki Thursday Apr. 3 3 p.m. .Manuka Tuesday Apr. 8 , 5 p.m. ■ MELBOURNE. , Navua Monday Apr. 7 Cargo only PIJI-TONGA-SAMOA. Talune From Auckland. Early i Tickets available for stop-over or return , by Huddart-Parker Steamers. THE "ALL-RED" ROUTE. HE "ALL-RED" ROUTE. . AUSTRALIA-NEW ZEALAND-CANADA \ CANADIAN-AUSTIULASIAN R.M. LINE. It' conjunction with Canadian-Pacific Railway. AUCKLAND TO SUVA (Fiji), HONOLULU, VICTORIA, 8.C.,-and,VAN- . COUVER, B.C. NIAGARA, 13,115 tons,, Saturday, April ( 5, noon. - MAKURA, 8075 tons, about middle May. NIAGARA, 13,415 tons,, about end May. Through some of tfe GREATEST SCENIC WONDERS of the World to All parts of. CAN ADA, UNITED. STATES, and BRITISH ISLES. PASSPORTS. Travellers to any place outside the Dominion are reminded that, it is absolutely necessary to obtain Passports, and that it is advisable to make early application to the Department of Internal Affairs for them. It is c-sentinl that- passengers proceeding to America should have their passports vised by the United States Consul. \ All Retur.n JaM •■RoiiM-.Tour^ckets. ; - interchangeable wltli Union :SteoSp Ship . Company's R.M. Line. Pamphlets,' Maps, and all Information,lsreo. .UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z. (LTD.), Managing Agents. ROYAL MAIL • SERVICE TO ALL AMERICAN POINTS AND BRITISH ISLES. WELLINGTON TO RAROTONGA, PAPEETE, and SAN FRANCISCO. MOANA—Thursday, April 3, mon. PALOONA-April. MOANA-May PASSPORTS. Travellers to any place outside the Dominion are reminded that it is' absolutely necessary to obtain Passports, and that "it is advisable to make early application to the Department' of 'Internal Affairs for them. It is essential j;haf. passengers proceeding to America should have their passports vised by the United States Consul. " • UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z. (LTD.). ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. , SYDNEY TO LONDON. Via Melbourne, Freemantle, Colombo, Suez Canal, i>nd Naples. ... FARES, NEW ZEALAND TO LONDON: ' SALOON-Singlc, ,£9O to £130. ' THIRD-CLASS-435, £40, £42. First and Second Class Passengers.secure Special Advantages, by . booking through from .New Zealand, being pro- • vided with Salt on Passages to Australia, which are included in the above fares. ' • For all particulars, apply UNION fvTEAM SHIP COMPANY - OF N.Z. (LTD.), Agents in New Zealand. CJHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION CO., K3 LIMITED. . THE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS TO LONDON VIA PANAMA. ( THE LARGEST PASSENGER. STEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEALAND TRADE. , SAILINGS (Circumstances Permitting). Name. Tons I Com- I Date of I final reg. I mander. ' leaving. l , inrt. *Athinic • 12,234 Grassland Anril 15 ] WeL •Corinthii 12.231 -: May 1 Tel. *lonic 12.232 j - May 1 Wei. *Tainui 10.000 Kelly May Wei. Arawa 10.000 Clayden June IWel. Ist, 2nd and 3rd class. Twin Screw Steamers, 'fitted with Wireles". For full particulars apply to tho Ajrents— LEVIN AND CO., LTD. DALGETY AND CO., LTD. ' MURRAY. ROBERTS AND CO.. LTD. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED. DIRECT LINE TO THE UNITED KINGDOM VIA PANAMA CANAL, Large modern twin-screw Passenger Steamers w'ith unsurpassed accommodation. • Steamer 3 1 "? 8 Frt " n About "Kemuera""' H.MO WellinetoMMay 27 "Paparoa" 8,000 Wellington May 31 "Itimutaka" 8,000 Wellington To follow ■ »Sw- HOOP Wellington To follow For further particulars apply THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY. LIMITED,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Dominion, Volume 12, Issue 161, 2 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Dominion, Volume 12, Issue 161, 2 April 1919

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