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SHIPPING. fNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF +J NEW ZEALAND. LTD. Steamers will be despatched es under 'circumstances permitiin<r) : LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON (BcokinPassengers to all West Coast Forts}— Tarawcru Tu<\3., 19ih Jan .3 Duucdin Monowai Friday. 22u<l Jun. 4 'Jur.^m For XV CKLAND" vIa"LYTTELTON. WEISLINGTON. NAPIER, and GlSßOEMv*Tarawera Tue-s.. lf>ifc Jan. 3 Duncan Slonowai Fridav, 22i:d Jan. * Diui«an 'Transhipping to Maher.o at Auckland for Sydney. For HOBAHT and ~MF.1.8; :C!INE via LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON— t Paloona _Fr;day,_22r.d Jan. iE^. ef hH >r SYDNEY "ami" "jl OB ART from LYTTELTON via. WELLINGTON— Moeraki Thurs.. 14rh Jan. WESTI'ORT and G REYMOUTH via OAMARU. """•'" r.vTTPi,Tn\ NEW PLYMOUTH vi.i OA.MArU:. TTMARtT, LYTTF.T/TON. WELLINGTON, and NELSON (Carjro only>— Corinna Friday. 15th Jan. Noon p U v. TMAR r" _ LYTTELTON ','" Na" I'lbK. uISBORNE iprcive-U to ir. =n> wharf at Nanier and Gisborne, C'arsr Sat.. 16th Ja ■T.Y ISLAND: SAMOA— >A. AMERICA. LONDON. F'c. via SUVA. HONOLULU, and VANCOUVER (see Special Advertisements) — Cargo Received— AU i.r.,» *,.' ALAND. CANADA. Via FIJI and HONOLULU—ANADIAN AUSTRALASIAN E.M. LINE, In coniunotinn with CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY'. To All Parts Canada, British Isles, and Europe (Subject to alterationV From Svduev. from Auckland. NIAGARA 2!*t Januarv -?" th Jauunrv MAKURA 16th February 23rd Fcbrua'ry All Steamers Fitted with Wireless Telegraph v. ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS FREE ON APPLICATION. Agents throughout Canada. United States, and Eurepe: Canadian Pacific Eaiiwar. UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z.. LTD.. Manajin™ Aleuts. "OOYAL MAIL SERVICE. Via SAN FRANCISCO to ALL AMERICAN POINTS. BRITISH ISLES, and CONTINENT Tallin? at RAROTONGA Group) and PAPEETE (Tahiti). (Subject to Alteration.) From Sydney. From Wellington. UAITAI Jacuarv 30 Ftbrunrv 1 MOANA 27th >"«!,. 4th March St-am-ers Equipped with Wireless Telegraphy. For particulars regarding Passages and Freights apply UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. 'JjtiE JJiii£.Ci LINE Or fc'iEA.UEKS to SOUTHAMPTON and LONDON via Montevideo and Tenerifle. The Largest Passe/i<rer Steamers in the New Zealand Trade. Sailing (circumstances permitting-): Name. Tens. Master.. Final Port. : Date. Mamari.... IPOOO Holmes' " Wriiidi;f. : m Dec." i ■Wtiiii'.ijtou Jan. Corinthic... 13000, Ha-t Wellington Feb. Tainui pOOOOlMoffatt .W-llhigton iMch. : : Apr|l_ Twin Screws. Fitted with wireless telegraphy. All passengers landed at Southampton. Passages from London may be arranged here. For full particulars applv to the Agents: NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OP N.Z., LIMITED. MURRAY. ROBERTS, AND CO.. LIMITED. DALGETY AND CO., LIMITED. rrULE NEW* ZEALAND SHIPPING l COMPANY'S LINE i Southampton (to land passengers) and London via Montevideo and Teneriffe. MOST MODERN PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. Somerset (2). Remuera (2).. Ruahino (2)... Eotoma (3) . ■Turakina (2).. 10500 Welli 12500 12) Twin screw, o) Triple screw. Fitted with Wireless Telecrraphv. ACCOMMODATION LS NOT SURPASSE EY ANY OTHER, LTNE. App'r 19 BOND STREET. Dr.nodin. FAVORITE PASSENGER STEAMERS /Will S-ci! (eircumataiices permittinsz) For ' SYDNEY via LYTTELTON, "WELLINGTON. NAPIER, GISBOKNE. and AUCKLAND—(Connecting with h.b. Kiverina at Auckland) Victoria Tirs., Jan. 12th 1.30 p.m. Canro received iin till 9 a.m. Tue.-dav. tUCKLAND via LYTTELTON. WELLINGTON, NAPIER, and GISBORNEVictoria Tuns., Jan. 12th 13' p.m. Cargo received up till 9 a.m Trcsda,.-. W'es'ralia Frinav. .fan 3r= * "■> 3 p.m. For SYDNEY and HOBAKT from Lyttelton via Wellington— Ulimaroa, Thur.. Jan. 23. from Lvt.telton For MELBOURNE via BLUFF and HOBART— Wimmera Thur.-., 14 Noon. All Steamers Fitt-ed With Wireless Telegraphy. Ticket* available by Union Company's Steamers and vice versa after first staje "of travel. THE PENINSULA FERIiY COMPANY. LIMITED. RUMMER JTIM E-T ABL E. T.S.S. WAIREKA, T.S.S. AVAIKANA, Run to MACANDBEWS, COMPANY BAY. BROAD BAY, and PORTOBELLO. MONDAYS. TUESDAY'S, WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS, aud_ FRIDAYS. Leave Dunedin 10 a.m., 2.00 p.m., 5.15 p.m., 6.20 p.m. (Extra Trip Wednesday, 1.20 p.m.). SATURDAYS. Leave Dunsdia 10 a.m.. 1.20 p.m., 2.30 p.m., 6.30 -D.rn., 10_ p.m. (special trip, fare One Shilling single). SUNDAYS. Leave Duaedm 10 a-ni., 2.30 p.m., 6.20 p.m. RETURN FARES: Adults, Is 6d; Children, 6d. SINGLE FAEE: Adults, Is. CONCESSION TICKETS: 10 Trips ss. Full Time-tables obtainable on board, or at offices, 20 CRAWFORD STREET. *APER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply i 'Star' Office, Bond street.

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