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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914
SHIPPING. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND. LTD. Steamers will bo despatched as nnaer (dwumstaaoes permitting): LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passenger* to all West Coast Ports)— Mokoia* Tuesday, 27th Oct. noon, Dun Tarawera Friday, 30th Oct. o Dunedm * Taking cargo fox Australian ports. For AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON. WELLINGTON, NAPIER, and GISBORNE— Hokoia Tuesday, 27th Oct. noon Dun. Tarawera Friday, 30th Oct. 3 Dunedin SYDNEY via AUCKLAND— Mokoia Tuesday. 27th Oct. noon Dun. Mokola Tuesday. 10th Nov. 2.50 Tram Warrimoo Friday. 30th For SYDNEY and HOBART from LYTTELTON via WELLINGTON Manuka Thursday, 29th October^ WESTPORT and via OAM ARU, TIMARU. WELLINGTON, and NEW PLYMOUTH (cargo only)— Flora Thnrs, 29th Oct. noon Dun and NELSON (Cargo Friday, 6th Nov. noon^Chm OAMARU. TIMIRUTIYTTBLTON. NAPIER, and GISBORNE. Proceeds to inside wharf at both Napier and Gisborne (Cargo only)— _ _ Kowbai Tuesday, 27th Oct. 5 Ptm - RAROTONGA and TAHlTl—[*alune, Tuesday, 27th October, from Auckland. SUVA FRIENDLY ISLANDS, and SAMOA— . ~ , Navna, 16th November, from Auckland. _ CANADA, AMERICA, LONDON. Etc., via VANCOUVERFrom Sydney. From Auckland. Oct. 29 Nov. 3 Nov. 26 Dec. 1. SAN FRANCISCO— From Sydney. From Wellington. Nov. 7 Nov. 12 lakura iagaxa [aitai Cargo Received Tffl noon 10 a.m. irawera 10 a.m. Steamer. owhai Day. Tuesday Thursday Friday JAHE VANCOUVER ROUTE. tUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, CANADA. CANADIAN AUSTRALASIAN R.M. LINE, In conjunction with CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, To All Part* Canada, British Isles, and Europe, Makuza Niagara (Subject to alteration.) From Sydney. From Auckland. Oct. 29 Nov. 26 Nov. 3 Deo. 1. All Steamers Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS FREE ON APPLICATION. Agents throughout Canada, United Staten, and Europe: 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 MaHai 7th November 12th November Moana Dec. 5 Deo. 10 Steamers equipped with Wireless Telegraphy For particulars regarding passages and freights apply UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. SHAW. SAVTLL AND ALBION COMPANY. LIMITED. THE u.Ut&C‘i‘ BINE OF STEAMERS to SOUTHAMPTON and LONDON via Montevideo and Tenanffa. The Largest Passenger Steamers in the New Zealand Trade. Sailing (circumstances permitting): Master jFinal Port. I Date. Mcffatt Wellington I Nov. Stark Wellington Deo. Hayden [Wellington Dee. Croesland Wellington Jan. Hart 'Wellington Feb Twin screws. Fitted with wireless telegrapy. Ail passenger* landed at Southimpton. Passages from London may be tranged here. For full particulars apply to the Agents: NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z.. LIMITED. HURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO., LIMITED. DALGETY AND CO.. LIMITED. rnnj NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING 1 COMPANY'S LINE. To Southampton (to land passengers) and London via Montevideo and Teneriffe. MOST MODERN PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. From ITo Sail. Steamer. |Tons Ruahine 1200 C Rotorua 1125001 Wellington Tuxakina (g)..^....-jIOB6Q Somerset (2) 1050o! Remuera (2) iSOO (2) Twin ecrew. (3) Triple screw. Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. ACCOMMODATION IS NOT SURPASSED BY ANY OTHER LINE. Apply 19 BOND STREET, Dunedin. 1914 Oct. Nov. Dec. 1915. Jon. Feb. HUDDAET PARKER LIMITED. FAVORITE PASSENGER STEAMERS (Will Sail (circumstances permitting)
For SYDNEY via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON. NAPIER, GISBORNE, and AUCKLAND—(Connecting with «a. Kiverina at Auckland) Victoria Tuea., 3rd Nov. 3 p.m. Duu. Fox AUCKLAND via. LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON. NAPIER, and GISBORNE— Victoria Toes., Nov. 3rd 3 p.m. Dun. Westralia Friday, Nov. 6th 3 p.m. Dun. For SYDNEY and MELBOURNE from LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON— Ulimaroa 'Thurs., Nov. sbh (Lyttelton) Ulimaroa Friday, Nov. 6th (Wellington) Tickets available by Union Company’s Steamers and vice versa after first stage of ir&veL EDUCATIONAL. fIVJS DANGER DRESSOUTTING X 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 Out to Measure a Specialty. Prospeottw on Application. Mias C. STEWART, Principal TAfISS PASSMORE'S Art Classes in Ofl, JJUL Water, 3?atstel, Saluting, Stencilling Resumed at Studio, Stock Exchange WOMEN’S FRANCHISE JUBILEE. 1883-1914. A PAMPHLET, containing the opinions ol those vHjo assisted to pass the Electoral Act of 1893. under which the Women of thia Dominion gained the Parliamentary Tote, can be obtained at this Office. PBXCB M THREEPENCE.
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