"pRsSt-- ? ]NJUN 'STEAM SHIP CO. O_SfeS^ i ¦ O" NEW ZEALANDILp). ~ _YTfELTON~ Rotobua ... | Fri j June 10 | 3 p.m. I'ekapo ... | Mon | June 13 | 3 p.m. WAKATiru ... | Mon i June 13 | Takapuna ... | Tues | June 14 | Rotorca ... | Wed 1 Jnne 15 j 3 p.m. DUNEDIN VIA LYTTELTON Tekapo ... I Mon | June 13 |3p m. Wakatipu | Mon | June 13 I Rotorua | Wed | June 15 | 3 p.m. DUNIfDiN7vIA~LYTTELfbN7 TIMARU AND OAMARU __ Brunner ... | Satur | June 11 |11 p.m. MELBOURNEfviA LYTTELTON. DUNE~DIN, BLUFF AND HOBART TekApo ... | Mon | June 13 | 3 p.m. Tranships into Manapouri at Port Chalmers NAPIER, GISBORNE AND AUCKALND Tarawera ... | Fri | Jnne 10 | 3 p.m. AuSTRALiAf I Tues I Jiiue 14 | 3 p.m. Te Anau ... | Fri 1 Jnne 17 1 3 p.m. S'th'n Cross* | Tues j June 21 I 3 p.m. +Calls Tokomaru, Waipiro and Awanui. •Callß Tolog-a Bay, Tuparon, and Hickß Bay. SYDNEY DIRfiOT Hauroto | Satur | .] une 11 1 3 p.m. sTb'NEY~VIAI.WKLAND~~ Te Anau ... 1 Fri | Juno 17 I 3 p.m. NELSON DIRECT Mahinapua | Sun | June 12 | 8 p.m. Mawhera ... | Tues June 14 j Penguin ... | Wed Jnne 15 | PICTON AN-TnELSON Grajton ... | Fri I June 10 | noon Uotorua ... | Mon I June 13 I 1 p.m. " NEW PLYMOUTH WdONEHIJngT" lyj?- 4^?^^? Takafcna ... | Fri I June 10 | 4 p.m. Mahinapua* | Sun I Juno 12 8 p.m. 'Calls Nokon SPRiNG~CREEK WAim ... | Thnfs | June~~9 | 9 p.m. WESTPORT, GREY AftD bOKITIKA VIA PICTON AND NELSON Grafton ... | Fri | Juno 10 | noon WESTPORT, GREY AND HOKIITKA VIA NELSON Mawhera ... I Tuos | June 14 | WESTPORT DIRECT Ojiapere ... | Thurs | June 9| 6 p.m. Ovalau I Fri j Juno 10 I Wainui ... | Tuos I June 14 | TONGA AND SAMOA FROM AUCKLAND Upolu ... | about Tuos , sth July SUVA ANDiLEVUKAI^M~A^CKLANI> Ovalau ... | Fri | Juno 17 I 5 p.m. TARANAKI TO MANUKAU SAILINGS AS UNDER (weather permitting) Takapuna ... | Satur | Juno 11 1 10 a.m. Mahinapua* I Tnoa j Juno 14 1 10.30 p.m Takapuna ... | Fri | Juno 17 I 2 p.m. Mahinapua* | Tues | Juno 2l j 10.30 p.m •ConneotH with the expresß train from Wellineton WEST COAST STEAMERS ANCHOR LINE OF STEAM PACKETS are appointed to leave as under :— For NELSON.WESTPORT.GREYMOUTH and HOKITIKA— Tho CHARLES EDWARD, on SATURDAY, at 4 p.m For PATEA— The steamer AORERE, on on FRIDAY, at 2 p.m. Fares to Nelson : — Saloon — Single, .£1 ; return, .£1 10s. Steerage — Single, 15s ;re < turn, £1 2b 6d. For froight or passage, apply to AY. & G. TURNBULL & Co., Agent T7IOR KAIKOURA AND LYTTELTON, JO via coast. The ss WAKATU On FRIDAY, 10th June, at 6 p.m. FOR CASTLEPOINT AND NAPIER, VIA COAST. The 88 KIWI On THURSDAY, 9th June, at 5 p.m. FOR BLENHEIM The sb NEPTUNE, On THURSDAY, 9th June, at 9 p.m FOR FOXTON The sa QUEEN OF THE SOUTH On THURSDAY, 9th Juno, at 4 p.m. The above-montioned steamers will leave oironmstanoeß permitting. For froight or passage apply to LEVIN &CO.. Agents. WELLINGTON STRAM PACKET COMPANY. rFIHE following steamers will be JBijjgggSm -"- despatched as under, weather And circumstances permitting : — For WANGANUI— The s.s. STORMBIRD, on FRIDAY, at 4 p.m. For freight or pasiugo apply to JOHNSTON & CO., Agents. FOR NAPIER AND COAST. Will leave for the above ports, weather and oircumstances pormitting : — On THURSDAY, 9th June, at 5 p.m. JOHNSTON & CO., Agonts. FOR PATEA. «sS£s^, TPHE 8.8. ,31llij__;A w a it a p v Will leave as above On MONDAY, 13th June, at 3 p.m. For freight or passage apply to J. S. CROSS, Queen's Chambers. S. S. MANA. THIS Steamer is open for engagement to perform any kind of Habboitk Work, and is always available for Towjno, Ballasting, &c. Apply to Captain on board ; or, to J. H. WILLIAMS, Aeent. Featherston-street. For continuation of Shipping advertisements tee firtt faqe,. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the deceasod Mrs. Sarah Ann Cripps are invitod to attend hor Fnneral, which will loavo her late residonoo, 232, Adelaide-road, for the Karori Cemetery, on Friday, 10th Juno, at 2 p.m. W. EADES & CO., Undertakers, Cuba-stroet. FUNERAL NOTICE. 11HE Friends of tho lato Mary Ellen . Deveraux aro rospoctfuUy invitod to attend her Funeral, which will leave tho residenco of Mr. John Doig, Brooklyn, tomorrow, I'riday, 10th June, 1892, at 2 p.m., for Karori Cometery. E. MORRIS, Jun., Undortaker, No. 10, Taranaki-stroot. rpHE Friends of the late Mrs. Hobbs are JL respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, whioh will leave the foot of the Horokiwi-road for tho Taita. Cemetery, on Friday, 10th June, at 2.30 p.m. COLLETT BROS., Undertakers, Lowor Hutt and Petone. nnHE OHOP Tj^Oß T>RESENTS FRANK GRADY, WELLIS-STREET. FRANK GRADY'S for Watches, Clocks, and Genuine Jewellery FRANK GRADY'S for Eleotro-silver Goods and Optical Goods FRANK GRADY'S for Leather Goods, Fancy Glass, China, and Stationery Jewellery of ovory description manufactured, and Watoh, Clock, and Jewellery Repairs executed on the premises by competent workmen, at Btrictly moderate prioeß. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sole Appointed Agont in Ne w Zealand for ¦~7"OST nnYPE-"II7"RITER. BANK HOTEL. Manners-street. This commodious and centrally-situated Hotel has recently been thoroughly renovated, re-painted, re-papered, and refurnished throughout. The accommodation at present is second to no hotel in the city. Mrs. BARKER, the Proprietress, personally superintends the business, and her lengthy hotel experience is a guarantee that visitors will receive every attention. The Billiardroom is under the supervision of an experienced and attentive marker. Only the best Wines, Beer, and Spirits are dispensed. _nRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, \j Corner Vivian and Tort streets. MR. ALEXANDER SMITH desires to inform his numerous old friends, customers, and the public generally that he has just completed extensive alterations to and a thorough renovation of the above old established and favourite hostelry, and trusts, by oivility and a determination to Bupply only the best liquors obtainable, to continue to receive a share of public patronage. Country visitors are remindod that trams and 'busses pass the hotel evory ten minutes. First-clasß Billiard Table. Night porter. PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. T HAVE this day admitted Mr. P_rct -*- Edward Baldwin, of tho Middl Temple. Barrister at Law, and Bamister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Now Zealand, into Partnership, and the business will in future be carried on under the style of "Thompson & Baldwin," at No. 11, Brandon-street, Wellington. JOHN THOMPSON. Wellington, let Jane, 1892*.
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