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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
SHIPPING. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND. LTD. Steamers will be despatched as under (circumstances permitting): LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers to all West Coast Ports)— Warrimoo Tuesday, 27th Oct. noon, Dun. Tarawera Friday. 30th o Dunedm For AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON. WELLINGTON, NAPIER, and GISBORNE— Warrimoo Tuesday, 27th Oct. noon Dim. Tarawera Friday, 50th Oct. 3 Dunedin SYDNEY via AUCKLAND— Warrimoo Tuesday, 27th Oct. noon,. Dun. Warrimoo Tuesday 10th Nov. Transhipping to *.s. Maheno at Auckland. For HOBART and MELBOURNE via LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON— Paloona Friday.-30th October 3 Dun. Fbr SYDNEY and HOBART from LYTTEL TON via WELLINGTON— Moeraki Thursday, 22nd October VESTPORT and GREYMOUTH via OAMARU TIMARU, LYTTELTON. WELLINGTON and PTCTON (cargo only)— 'avion! Thursi, 22nd Oct. noon, Dun. NEW PTYMOUTH and ONEHUNGA via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, and NELSON ''Cargo oniy)— iVyinna Saturday SMhOct. 5 Dunedm. 3AMARU, TIMARU. LYTTELTON NAPIER, and GISBORNE. Proceeds te inside wharf at both Napier and Gisborne (Cargo only)— Sowhai Monday, 26th Oct. noon, Dim. RAROTONGA and TAHITI—yane, Tuesday, 27th October, from Auckland. SUVA FRIENDLY ISLANDS, and SAMOA Navua, 16th November, from Auckland. "CANADA, AMERICA. LONDON. Etc., via VANCOUVER— .... From Sydney, From Auckland. Oct. 29 Nov 3 Nov. 26 Dec. 1. SAN FRANCISCOFrom Sydney. From Wellington. Nov. 7 Nov. 12 iakur* iagara Steamer. iviuni irinna arrimoo Cargo Received Till Day. 9 a.m. Thursday 10 a.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Tuesday VANCOUVER ROUTE. CFSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND. CANADA. ANADIAN AUSTRALASIAN R.M. LINE, In conjunction with CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. To All Farts Canada, British Isles, and Europe. Uskuxa Niagara (Subject to alteration.) From Sydney. From Auckland. Oct. 29 Nov. 3 Nov. 26 Deo. 1. AH Steamers Fitted with Wireless TelegraphyLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS FREE ON APPLICATION. Agents throughout Canada, United States, and Europer Canadian Pacific Railway. UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z.. LIMITED, Managing Agents.
JJOYAL MAIL SERVICE. Via SAN FRANCISCO to . ALL AMERICAN POINTS. BRITISH ISLES, and CONTINENT. (Subject to alteration.! From Sydney. From Wellington Malta! 7th November 12’h November Moana Hoc. 5 Deo. 10 SWmers equipped with Wireless Telegraphy For particulars regarding passages and freights apply UNION B.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. SHAW, SAYTLL AND ALBION COMPANY. LIMITED, mj„ ~LujiEuj. ntNE OF STEA-uERS to SOUTHAMPTON and LONDON via Montevideo and Tenenffe. TVie Largest Passenger Steamers in the New xne Z ea]and Trade.' Sailing (circumstances permitting): Master jPinal Porl.| Date. Mcffatt 'Wellington Nov. Stark [Wellington Dec. Clayden Wellington Dec. Crossland (Wellington Jan. Hart Wellington Feb Fitted with wireless telel Tons. ioooo Name. Tainul.. 13000 10nic.... 10000 Arawa 13000 Athenic Corinthic..(l3ooo Twin screws. sranv. All passengers landed at oouthinpton. Passages from London may oa ■ranged here. , . .. , . For full paxtieulars apply the Agents: NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z., LIMITED. MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO, LIMITED. DALGETY AND CO., LIMITED. rrfflE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING 'X COMPANY'S LINE. To Southampton (to land passengers) and London via Montevideo and Teneriffe. MOST MODERN PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. Steamer. Remuera (2). (2) Twin screw. (3) Triple screw. Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. ACCOMMODATION IS NOT SURPASSED BY ANY OTHER LINE. Applv 19 BOND STREET. Dunedin. H UDDABX PARKER LIMITED FAVORITE PASSENGER STEAMERS Will Sail (circumstances permitting) /or SYDNEY via LYTTELTON. WELLINGTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE, and AUCKLAND—(Connecting with s.s. Riverina at Auckland) Victoria Tues., 3rd Nov. 3 p.m. Dun. For AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON. WELLINGTON. NAPIER, and GISBORNE— Westralia Friday. Oct. 23rd 3 p.m. Dun. Cargo received up ti l 10 a.m. Friday. Victoria Tues., 3rd Nor. 3 p.m.. Dim. For SYDNEY and MELBOURNE from LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON— y Ulimaroa Thi-rs., Nov.sth (Lyttelton) Ulimaron Friday, Nov 6th (Wellington) Tiekets available by Union Company’s Steamers and vice vena after first stage of tramL EDUCATIONAL. rjYBGB DANGER DRESSCUTTING SCHOOL. 13 High street (opposite D.1.C.). CLASSES DAILY, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5. MONDAY and THURSDAY EVENINGS, 7 to 9. Patterns Cut to Measure a Specialty. Prospectus on Application Miss C. STEWART, Principal. WOMEN’S FRANCHISE JUBILEE. 1893-1914. A PAMPHLET, containing the opinions of those who assisted to pass the Electoral. Act of 1893. under which the Women of . this Dominion gained the Parliamentary Vote, can be obtained at this Office. PRICE THREEPENCE. -syriSS PASSMORE’S Art Classes in Oil, iVX Water, Pastel, Pen Painting, Stencilling -Resumed at Stodin. Stock Exchange
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