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SHIPPING. ,NION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF J NEW ZEALAND, LTD. Steamers will be despatched as under (circumstances permitting): — LYTTJBLTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Pa«enge» to all West Coast Ports)WarrimoTThun.. 31st Dec. fiSSj t>.i~,„. Tnn _ sth Jan. 3 Dunedui LINGTON, NAPIER, and GlSßOßNEr•MonowtiSatur., 26th Dec •_" ~ tPatoona Tues.,sthJan. ■ SDunedux •From Lyttelton. Wranahipping to Maheno at Auckland for Sydney. TBLTON and WELLINGTON--Warrimoo Thuri., 31it Dec. 3 DuwcUn WDNisx ana «Sff"i"* " TBLTON via WELLINGTON— Manuka Wednes., 30th Dec. • d NEW PLYMOUTH (Cargo only)— A steamer e a r l y-________ TON and NELSON (Cargo only)Corinna Monday, 4tb January Noon Pun. OAMARU and TTMARU (if sufficient inducement offers) — Kawbai Wednesday, 30th Dec. SUVA, FRIENDLY ISLANDS, and SAMOA— Navua, lllh Jannaryfrom Anckland. ff& ¥ONOLULUrand VANCOUTER (see Special Advertisements)— From Sydney. From Auckland. Maknra 24th December 29th December Niagara 21st January 26th January_ Via PAPEETOMofSAN FRANCISCO— Prom Sydney. From Wellington. Marania 2nd January 7th January Cargo Received— Steamer. Till Day. Kowhai 10 a.m. Wednesday. Warrimoo 10 a.m. Thursday. hy Messrs Huddart, Parker, and Co s steamers. . "■ , ,HE VANCOUVER ROUTE. IALAXD CANADA. Via FIJI and HONOLULU— I CANADIAN AUSTRALASIAN R.M. LINE, In conjunction witb CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. To All Parts Canada, British Isles, and Europe (Subject to alteration). From Sydney. From Auckland. MAKURA 24th December 29th December NIAGARA 21et January 26th January All Steamers Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS FREE ON APPLICATION. - Agents throughout Canada, United States, and Europe; Canadian Pacific Railway.. UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD.. Managing Agents. JJOYAL MAIL SEE^ICE. Via SAN FRANCISCO to ALL AMEBIAN POINTS. BRITISH ISLES, and CONTINENT Calling »t RAROTONGA (Cook Group) and PAPEETE (Tahiti). (Subject to Alteration.) From Sydney. From Wellington. MARAMA January 2 January 7 MAITAI January 30 February 4 Steamers Equipped with Wireless Telegraphy. For particulars regarding Passages and Freights apply - union aa co. of n.z.. Ltd. HAW, SAVILL AND 'ALBION COMPANY. LIMITED, m& ULKi,ui LINE OF STEAMERS to SOUTHAMPTON and LONDON via Montevideo and Teneriffe. Ihe Largest Passenger Steamers in the New Zealand Trade. Sailing (circumstances permitting): Mamari.... 10000 Ho]m-s Wellington 'Dec. j Wellington 'Jan. Cortathio..Jl3ooo Hart Wellington IFeb. Tainui 10000 Moffatt Wellington I Men. lonio. 113000I 1 3000 Stark 'Wellington lApril Twin Screwa. Fitted with wireless telegraphy. All passengers landed at Southampton. from London may be arranged here. For lull particulars apply to the Agems: NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z., LIMITED. MURRAY. ROBERTS. AND CO.. LIMITED. DALGETY AND CO.. LIMITED. rnHB NEW ZEALAND SHIPPLSG X COMPANY'S LINE To Southampton (to land passengers) and London via Montevideo and Teneriffe. MOST MODERN PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. Steamer. iTons. From IToSail I 1915 Somerset (2).... . losooi Wellington Jan. Bemuera (2) 12500 ->- Feb. Rnabine (2) 12000 March Rotorua (3) i12500| April Turakina (2) 10960 May (2) Twin screw. (3) Triple screw. Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. ACCOMMODATION IS NOT SURPASSED BY ANY OTHER LINE. App-ty 19 BOND STREET. Dunedin. UDDART PARKER LIMITED FAVORITE PASSENGER STEAMERS (Will Sail (circumstances permitting) For SYDNEY via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE. and AUCKLAND—(Connecting with c.a. Riverina at Auckland) Victoria Tues., Dec. 29th 2 p.m. For AUCKLAND via LYTrELTON, WELLINGTON. NAPIER, and GISBORNE--Vietoria Tues., Dec. 29th 2 p.m. Westralia Thurs D?c 3Mt 3 p.m. For SYDNEY and HOBART from Lyttelton via Wellington— Ulimaroa, Thurs., 7th Jan., from Lyttelton For MELBOURNE via BLUFF and EOBART— Wimmers Wed., Dec. 23rd All Steamers Fitted With Wireless Telegraphy. Ticket* . available by Union Company's Steamers and vice versa after first stage of travel. rjTHE PENINSULA FERRY COMPANY J- LIMITED. HOLIDAY "TIME-TABLE. T.S.S. "WAIREKA" And T.S.S. "WAIKANA" Run to MACANDREWS, COMPANY BAY BBiOAD BAY, and PORTOBELLO, calling all Ports, as under:— Ordinary Summer Time-table up to THURSDAY. 24th inst., with SPECL4.L TRIP ON CHRISTMAS EVE at 10.30 p.m. CHRISTMAS DAY and BOXING DAY. Leave Dunedin. 9.30 a.m., 10 a.m., 1.20 pan., Z. 30 pjn.. 5J5 p.m. Leave Portobello 4 p.m.. 6.15 P-m. Ordinary Summer Timetable from 2Tth mat until New Year Holidays. , RETURN FARES: ADULTS, Is fid: CHILDREN, 6d. CONCESSION TICKETS NOT AVAILABLE ON HOLIDAYS. aMAADI * WARRINGTON VISITORS. ING OSCAR" SARDINES . are not the Cheapest, But they axe, the Bast,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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