SHIPPING. TTNIOX STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF U NEW ZEALAND, LTD. Steamers will be despatched as under (circumstances permitting): LITI-BLTON and WELLINGTON fßookins Passengers to all West Coast Ports)— Faloona Tues., sth J an. 3 iJuneU m Monowaj Friday, Bth Jan. -V Uunedm ior AUCKLAND vi LINGTON. NAPII tPaloona Tues., 3th Jan. 3 Dnnci. n Monowai Fridav. Bth Jan. * Dimccl'.n tTranshipping to Mahcno at Auckland for Sydney. _ For HOBART and MELBOURNE via Hi--I'ELTON and WELLINGTON— Warrimoo Friday, 2?. rid Jan. __4 Dur.cdm Pot SYDNEY "and HOB ART from LYTTELTON via WELLINGTON— Moeraki Thurs.._l4th Jan. WESTPORT and OREYMOUTK via OAMARU. TIMARU. T/YTTELTON. WELLINGTON. PICTON, NELSON. NEW PLYMOUTH via O AM A HI: TIMVRU, LYTTF.LTON, WELLINGTON, and NELSON (Carjro only)la Mordav, 4th J-imnry Noon Dun. AU. LYTTELTON, NAPIER." GISBORNE (proceeds to inside wharf at Napier and Gisbornc, Cargo only)— -hai Early. SUVA, FRIENDLY ISLANDS, and SAMOA— Varna. IKb January from Auckland. CANADA, AMERICA, LONDON. Etc.. via SUVA. HONOLULU, and VANCOUVER (see Special Advertisements)— From Sydney. From Auckland. 2'.st Januarv 26th January Makura 13th February 23rd February "Via" PAFEETS and SAN FRANCISCO— From Sydney. From Wellington. Marania 2nd January 7ih January Cargo Recc-ived— Steamer- Till Day. Corinna 10 a.m. Moiuiay ailable for Ston-over or Return uddart, Parker, and Co's t>tca:r.>HEVANCOU V E R R O U T E. AUSTRALIA. NEW ZEALAND CANADA. Via FIJI and HONOLULU—
CANADIAN AUSTRALASIAX R.M. LINE. la conjunctimi witii CANADIAN* PACIFIC RAILWAY. To All Parts Cannula. British Isles, and Europe (Subject to a!tcration). From Svdner. From Auckland. NIAGARA 21-tJanua:v ■'-•;. ■ '•inun.ry MAKURA ISth February 23rd February All Steamers Fitted with Wireless Tele!rrophv. ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS FREE ON APPLICATION. Agents throughout Canada, United States, and Europe.Canadian Pacific Railway. UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z.. LTD.. Manasiivjr Asrcnts. ROYAL SERVICE. Via SAN FRANCISCO to ALL AMERICAN POINTS. BRITISH ISLES, and CONTINENT Calling at RAROTONGA (Gok Group) and PAPEETE (Tahiti). (Subject to Alteration.) From Sydney. From Wellington. 3TAEA3IA January 2 January 7 MAITAI January 30 1- bruary 4 Steamers with Wireless Telegraphy. For particulars regarding Parsages mid Freights apply UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. jHAW. SAV7LL AND ; ALBION COMPANY, LIMITED, THE DlKiCi LINK OF oI'EAMEUS to SOUTHAMP'JUN and LONDON via ilontevideo and Teneriile. Tho Largest Passe/ijjer Steamers in the New Zealand Trade. Sailing (circumstances permitting): 'Name. Tons. Master Finn: I'nvt. j Date? Mamari 10000 Holm-a ~ Wellim-toM Dec. Finn. I'nvt L j Dah :Welliii K t'(,M Deo. Wellington Jan. ■Wellington Feb. AWi'mirton ; .Mch. Wel!in;-t< n Arinl Dorinthic. 13000 Harf Wellington Feb. Tainui ,'OOOO Moffatt AWi'mirton Mch. lonic "."000 Stark 'April Twin Screws. Fitted wiMi wireless telegraphy. All passengers landed at South»mpton. Passages from London may be trranged here. For full particular apply f o the Agents: NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z.. LIMITED. MURRAY. ROBERTS. AND CO.. LIMITED. DALGETY AND CO.. LIMITED. frtflE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING JL COMPANY'S LINE To Southampton (to land passengers) and London via Montevideo and Teneriffe. MOST MODERN PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE SOUTHFRN HEMISPHERE. Somerset (2) -0500 Wellington i.Tan. Remuera (2) ; 12500 Ruahino (2) 12000 Botorua iSi 12500 'April Turakina (2) 10960 Mav l (2) Twin Fitted i ACCOMMODATION IS NOT SURPASSED BY ANY OTHER LTNTS. Anp'r 19 BOND STREET. Dnnrdin. FAVORITE PASSENGER STEAMERS (Will Ss»il (circumstances pcrmittin") For SYDNEY via LYITELTON, WELLINGTON. NAPIER; GISBORNE. and AUCKLAND—(Connecting with s.s. Riverina at Auck'nnJ) Victoria Tucs., Jan. ]2tli 1.30 p.m. For AUCKLAND via LYITELTON. WELLINGTON, NAPIER, nnd GISBORNE--Yictoria Tues., Jan. 12th 1.50 p.m. Wcstralia Frid.iv. J,in. '..>:! i For SYDNEY and HOBAKT from Lyttdton via Wellington— Ulimaroa, Thnrs., 7th Jan., from Lutflton For MELBOURNE via BLUFF "and EOBAET— Wimmera Wed., Jan. 13to. All Steamers Fitted With Wireless Telegraphy. Ticket* available by Union Company's Steamers and vice versa after first stage "of travel. IE PENINSULA FERRY COMPANY i- LIMITED. HOLIDAY TIME-TABLE. T.S.S. -WAIREKA" And T.S.S. "WAIKANA" Run to MACANDREWs. COMPANY IS \Y BROAD BAY, and I'OiiTOBELLO, cafl,ng all Pons, as uii.lrr.— Ordinary Summer Taue-tabje llp to THURSDAY, 31st inst., whh i>prci\r TRIP ON NEW YEAR'S EYE at ll~ p ,„ MONDAY, TUE<D.\X, WEUNT-l) vv THURSDAY—Boats Run .Daily 10 a.m. and 2.30 p.m.. 5.15 and 5.20 o.m. WEDNESDAY, 120 p.m. also. NEW YEA '.'S DAY AND 2nd JANUARY. Leave Diiedm 9.50 a.i.j., 10 a.m. 120 ~ 2.30 „.,„ a.m., a.m., 11.30 a.m., 12.30 p.ni 4 p.m., 6.15 p.m. Ordinary Summer Timetable from 3rd January, 1915. RETURN FARES ADULTS. Is 6d • CHILDREN, (id. CONCESSION TICKET.-' NOT AVAILABLE ON 110'. 1 DAYS. WAIUiINGTV*' VfSlTOtu- ■ S'.riNG OSCAK if. Ai. arc not the Ci^attv-t.
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