SHIPPING. rTKIOJT STEAM. SHIP COMPANY OF I- T.'EW ZEALAND, LTD. Steamer i will ba despatched as under iciwnmayjL'ies permitting):— LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers to all We--.' Coast r° ">■ Tarawera. Friday, 30tL U«. 3 Dtmcdm Warrimoo _ Friday, 30th Oct. 3 Dunlin For AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON WELLINGTON, NAPIER, and G INBORN E Tarawera Friday, 30ih Oct. 3 Dune dm i'okola Tuesday, 10th Novell Du:"H»r' SYDNEST via AUCKLAND— Mokoia Tu'sdav.lOiuNcv. '1 Pimtdir. Tuesday, 24th Nov. N'-'on 1 ,-i.i.ediu ARTTnd "MELBOURNE via LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON— Warrimoo Friday, 30th Oct. :> Dtmedin For~~SYDNEY and HOBART from J.YTTELTON via WELLINGTON— Manuka Thursday, 2Dih Oft. WESTPORT and -1 REYMOU T H via OAM ; ARU. TIMARU, WELLIMrTUN, nna NEW PLYMOUTH (cargo on.vi— Kora Thursday, 23th Oct. No-n Pun^m NEWTIYMOUTH ami O\M\RU, TIMAKU, Li HELION. WELLINGTON, ind onlv) — . .. _ Corinna Friday, 6th Nov. J»oonDunem!i OAMARU; TTMARU, LYi'TELTOK N\PIER, and GISBORNE Proco-ds to insida wharf at both Nui'ier Mid Gisborr.e (cargo or.ly)— A steamer early.
RAROTONGA and TAHITI— Talune, Tuesday, 24th Novfmber, trora Auckland. SUVA, FRIENDLY ISLANOS, and SAMOA— Navira, 16th November, from Ai:cidamL_ AMERICA. LONDON. Tire, via VANCOUVER— From Syducv. From Auckland. Makura Goober 29 X-v-mV-r 5 »-• —t, November 2d December_l SAN~FRANCISCO— From Sydney. From Wellington. Maitai November 7 November 12 Cargo Received Steamer. Till , r , Duv. Flora 10 a.m. Unrnhy Tarawera 10 a.m. i 1?™? Warrimoo 10 a.m. Friday THE TA.M'UH v"EE KO L* TE. AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, CANADA. CANADIAN AUSTRALASIAN R.M. LINE. In conjunct'on wish CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. To All Parts Canada, British Isles, and Europe. (Subject to Alteration.) From Sydney. From Auckland. Makura October 29 v ven<b?r 3 Niagara November 26 December 1 s All Steamers Fitted with Win-les-Telegraphy. ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS FREE ON APPLICATION. Agents throughout Canada, Uiu'Ud States, ;irtd Etirop': Canadian Pacific Ra'rway, UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD., Managing Agent i. OYAL MAIL SERVICE lANCJSCO to ALL AMERICAN POINTS, BRITISH ISLES, and CONTINENT. (Subject to Alteration.) From Sydney. From Wellington. Maitai 7th November 12th NWember Moana December ~> Oecerrrb-.r If 1 For particulars regarding Passages and Freights apply UNION" S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. 2 HAW, SAVILL AND COMPANY, LIMITED, THE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS to SOUTHAMPTON and LONDON vu Montevideo and TenerilTe. The Largest Passenger Steamers in the New Zealand Trade. Sailing (circumstances permit tin") Name. Tons. Master. Final Port. ! Date. fainuj 10000 Moffatt" Wellington iNov. lonic 15000 Stark WelJiriirioi Die. a 110000 Clayden Wellington Dee Athenic....jl3ooo Crossland J .mi. Corinthic.jl.3ooo Hart Wcllinirtoi Ft u TVin Screws. I irrapby. All passengers landed at S.mt iarnpton. Passages from London may be arranged here. For full particulars apply to the Agents NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z. LIUTIFI). MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO.. LIMITED. DALGETY AND CO., LIMriED. JTttlE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING X COMPANY'S LINE To Southampton (to land passengers) and London via Montevideo and Teneritle. MOST MODERN PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE, c* iTnns.f From"" "/To Sail Rotoma (5) . Tnrakina (2).. .2500iWelliiurUm ; Nc .0960; .De Somerset (2) 110500 ij.u Remuera (2) '125G0: r-vi Ruahine (2) 12000 (2) Twin screw. (3) Triple screw. Fitted with Wireless Telesrranhv. ACCOMMODATION IS, NOT SURPA: BY ANY OTHER LINE. App-v 19 BOND STREET, Dum< FAVORITE PASSENGER STEAMERS (Will Sail (circumstances permitting) For SYDNEY via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON. NAPIER, GISBORNE. and AUCKLAND—(Connecting with s.s. Riverhia at Auckland) Victoria Tues., 3rd Nov. 3 p.m. Dun. For AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, NAPIER, and GISBORN'EVictoria Tues., Nov. 3rd 3 p.m. Din. Westralia Friday, Nov. 6th 5 p.m. Dun. For SYDNEY and HOBART from Lyttelton via Wellington— Ulimaroa, Thurs., Nov. sth, from Lyuelton For MELBOURNE via BLUFF and HOBART— Winrmera Wed., Nov. 11th Ticket* available by Union Company's Steamers and vice versa after first stage of truveL EDUCATIONAL. npEB LANGER DRESSCUTTTNG 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 Pattern* Cut to Measure a Specialty. Prospectus on Application. Miss C. STEWART, Principal. "HJTSS PASSMORE'S Art Classes in Oil, JJM. Water, Pastel, Pen Painting, Stencilling Resumed at Studio, Stock Exchangn WOMEN'S FRANCHISE JUBILEE, 1893-1914. PAMPHLET, containing the opinions of >. those who assisted to pass the Electoral Aet of 1893. under which the Women of toi» Dominion gained the Parliamentary "Vote, can be obtained at this Office. PBICE THREEPENCE. ALL ALTERATIONS OF DISPLAY J\. ADVERTISEMENTS Must be HANDED IN to the Office BEFORE 11 O'CLOCK of the PRECEDING DAY,
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