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SHIPPING. "TNION STEAM SHI? COQiPANY OF J NEW ZEALAND, I tl>. steamers will be despatched as under {circumstances permitting): LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON iSookms Passengers to al! West Coast Po,''-0— 'arawera Tiies.. 19ih J.m 3 Dunedin Monowai Friday, 22nd Jan. * Duncdm For AUCKLAND~via" LYTTELTON. WELLINGTON, NAPIER, and GISBORNB•Tarawera Tups., 19th Jan. 3 Dunedin Mohowju Friday, 22nd Jan. 4 Diuiedm •Transhipping to ilaheno at Auckland for Sydney. For HOBART and MELBOURNE- via UX±TELTON and WELLINGTON— Paloona Thursday,_2lsfc Jan. *J>"_"£^ ! j» 'For~SYDNF.Y _ and"""FrOBART from LYTTELTON via WELLINGTON— Manuka Thursday. 2!sfc Jan. ; WESTPORT and GKEY.MOU.Ut via OAMARU. TIMARU. LYTTELTON. WELLINGTON, PICTON. and NEW PLYMOUTH (Carso only}— Flora Friday, 22i'd Jan. Noon Pun. NEW PLYMOUTH via O A MAR U. TIMARU. LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, and NELSON (Cargo only)— Corinr.a Friday, 29th Jan. Noon Vua. OAMARU, TIMARU, LYTTELTON, NAPIER. GLSBORNE (proceeds to inside wharf at Napier and Gisborcie, Cargo only)— Sowhai" Early. RAROTONGA and PAPEETE— Taviuni, Tuesday 19th January, from Auckland. SUVA, FRIENDLY ISLANDS, and SAMOA— Aiua Bth February from Auckland CANADA, AjrEßlCATTo^b^NT^tcTrvia SUVA. HONOLULU, and VANCOUVER (see Special Advertisements) — From Sydney. From Aucfc! Niagara 21 ?t January 26th Januar^. Makura 18th February 23rd February "VirPAPEETS and SAN FRANCISCO—" From Sydney. From Wellington. Mrrtai 50th Jan. 4th Fobruarv Carjjo Received— Steamer. Till D.r Tnrawera 10 am. Tnesdav. ; > OY A L MAIL SERV IC K Via SAX FRANCISCO to ALL AMERICAN POINTS. BRITISH ISLES, and CONTINENT, ral.'in? at RAROTOXOA ,C. ok Group) anj PAPEETE (Tahiti). From Sydney. From Wei MAITAI January 30 Feb run > MOANA February 27 March First class letum tickets from Sv Pacific Coast or American Inland Po available for return from Vancouver rtey by C.A. Line or from San Fr.ti: Sydney by Oceanic L::h\ Fii':l-c!a--ticket 3 from WelHnirion to simc I'oi available for return from Vav.couvf.r t land by C A. Line or from San Franc Sydney by Oceanic Line on <»nymeiu ference in rates. First class passengers wishing to j C.A. steamer ar Honolulu iiweafl c couver have the option of n>iu? fh" or Oceanic Companies' steamers \»'iw Frnncisco 2nd H-noiu'-;. Steamer: equipped will; Wiivk.s-, Tele For particulars repanlin:.' Pa-tie; Freight; appiy UN JON S-S. CO. OF N.Z.. AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND. CANADA Via FIJI and HONOLULU. CANADIAN AUSTRALASIAN lUI. LINE. In conjunction, with CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, TO All Parts Canada. British Isles, and Europe (aibjecfc to alteration). From Svdnev. From Auckland. NIAGARA 21st Januafv 25rh Jamiarv MAKURA 18th Fobniary 23rd February A!I Steamers fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS FREE ON AI'PLICATION. Agents throughout Canada, United States, and Europe : . Canadian Pacific Railway. First class return tickets from Sydney to Pacific Coast, or American Inland Points aro available for return from San Franeiico t.i Sydney bv .San Francisco Royal Mail Line or Oceanic Line. First class return tickets from Auckland to same Points arc availnbl: for return from tSan Francisco to Wellington by Sau Francisco Royal Mail Line, or VuOcanb Line via Sydney en payment of difference in rates. Finst class passenger?, breaking their jourrtev at Honolulu have the option of tisinq- the Matson or Oceanic Companies' Steamers between Honolulu and Satj Francisco instead of the C.A. Line between Honolulu and Yanrenvtr. UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD., Agents. 'HAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COMPANY, _ LIMITED, lilK iilKWi LINE OF STEAMERS to SOUTHAMPTON and LONDON via Montevideo and Teneriffe. The Largest Passenger Steamers in the New Zealand Trade. Sailing (circumstances permitting): Name. Tona., Master. ;Fina: Port, i Date. Delphic... I Wellington -Jan. Ctjrmthic...'l3ooo Hart Wellington Feb. Tainui 10000 Moffatt .Wellington ;Mch. lonic 113000 Start AWlHngton 'April iwa JIOOOO Claydon 'May Twin Screws. Fitted with wireless telegraphy. AH passengers landed at Southimpton. Passages from London may bo »rranged here. For full particulars apply to the Asrems: NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z., LIMITED. MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO., LIMITED. DALGFTY AND CO.. LIMTTED. 3 NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY'S LINE To Southampton (to land passengers) and London, via Montevideo and Teneriffe. MOST MODERN PASSENGER SITIAMERS IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. J iToSaTT Somerset (2) iiOoOOi Wellington :Jnn. •Remuera. (2) ,12500: j Feb. 11 •Ruabine (2) 12000! - JMar. 11 *Rotorua (3) ~ 125001 lApril 8 •Turakina (2) 10950 - ;M»y * •Calls Rio. (2) 'Twin screw. (3) Tripj* icrcw. Fitted -with Wireless Teleßraf/.y. ACCOMMODATION IS NOT SURPASSED BY ANY OTHER LFNE. Apply 19 BOND STREET. Dunlin. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPIi-a COMPANY'S EASTERN CANADIAN' STEAM SERVICE To AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEAW?D. UNDER CONTRACT with the Canadian Government the following lit «ain«rs n-ill Sail from MONTREAL or ST. JOHN for ADELAIDE, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY. VUCKLAND. WELLINGTON, LYTTELrON, DUNEDIN:— EUAPEHU, 9,880 tons, Jfcwuary. Co be followed by o:fcer First-cW*a Steamers Each Month. For Rates of Freight and other information ipply to THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED^ 213 Board of Trada Buildinsrs, "?intre*l! 19 Bond street. Dun -dti*. WANTED Known—That Billh«ad3, Circulars, Card*;, Programmes, an-* G«»ti«. j ral Printing of every description are exejuUad j vt tlv3 'Aveniag Star' Office at Mod*rn« i Priccv I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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