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Shipping. T>AY OP ISLANDS REGATTA. EXCURSION TO RUSSELLj Monday, February 11. The Union Steamship Co.'s s.s. ROTOMAHANA will leave Queen-street Wharf on MONDAY, the 11th instant, at G p.m., remaining at Russell during the Regatta, and arriving at Auckland on Thursday Morning, tbe 14th instant. Return Fares Twenty Shillings Exclusive of Meals. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. _ , -lU"ORTHERN STEAM -L>l SHIP CO. (LIMITED). *CS22pfrT£v- Time-table FEBRUARY. v!X— (Weather and other Circumstances Mi TrV'r 1 1. A.na Permitting). FROM QUEEN-STREET WHARF. FOR TAUEASGA AND BAY OF PLENTY PORTS. Srr.AMß*. i Date or Hailing. ?lenelg fMonday, Feb. 4. 5 p.m. Glunelg I Thursday. Feb. 7, 5 p.m. Glenelg I Monday, Feb. 11, 5 p.m. Glenelg | Thursday, Feb. 14, 5 p.m. Glenelg j Monday, Feb. 18, 5 p.m. Glenelg J Thursday, Feb. 21, 5 p.m. Wellington I Monlay, Feb. 25, 5 p.m. Wellington | Thursday, Feb. 23, 5 p.m : Connects at Tauranga for Staffa Opotikl and Bay of Plenty Ports every Tuesday. rOR RUSSELL, WHANGABOA. it. MANGOKUI. lona I Mondav, Feb. 4, 5.30 p.m. lona I Monday, Peb. 11, 5 30p.m. W. llington Monday, Feb. IS, 5.30 p.m. Glenelir J Monday. Feb. 25, 5.30 p.m. FOR WHANGAREI, WHANGAUEI HEADS, AND MANGAPAI. Macgregor | Every Tuesday. 5 p.m. FOR WHaKGAKEI AND VVHANGAitEI HEADS (Carrying passengers and cargo for Waipa). Macgregor | Every Tuesday and Friday. 5 p. m FOR WHANGAKEI HBADST PaRUa SAY WHANGAREI. AND MANGAPAI. Eowkna I Every Thursday, 5 pm. | — FOR MBRCUKY BAY. Rowena I Every Monday, 8 p.m. FROM MANAKAIX FOR WAITARA. Argyle | Friday, February 1, 3 p.m. FOR RAGLAN AND KAWHIA. Douglas | Monday, Feb. 4,10 a.m. "EXCURSION TICKETS at specially reduced rates will be issued during December, January, and February, available for return until March 31, ISB4. Itia. Cargo must be booked and alongside one hour before advertised time of departure. Passage Tickets must be taken at the Company's Office, No, 67, Queen-street, Auckland. JrsSsJk WAITARA. — The ,»P?WfeSj£>V X 1 s.s. ARGYLE will leave \rv. Onehunga Wharf as above (weather _Jfe:Vi)jJ.ViVyiaSr and other circumstances permitting) TO-DAY (FRIDAY), February 1, at 3 p.m.—Northern steamship Company (Limited), Auckland; or, A. Barnes, Onehunga. j-&\rfk XT'OR RAGLAN AND JD kawhia. \S> Th" »■'• DOUGLAS will leave the Onehunga Wharf as above (woather and other circumstances permitting) on MONDAY, February 4, at 10 a.m. — Northern Steamship Company, Auckland; or, A. Barnes, Onei hunga. »CKA, rjIHE NORTHERN ** RIVER STEAM NAVIGATION CO. (Limited).—lncreased Steam Communication on the ranirnnT-mmirm Northern Wairoa at Further Reduced Fares.—ln addition to the present time-table of Steamers leaving Helensville on Monday Mornings and Jtivenings. Wednesday Evening and Fridav Morning, the a.s. DURHAM will run a SPECIAL TRIP on WEDNESDAY'S, leaving HeleDsville on arrival of the 7.15 a.m. Train, calling only at Kopuru, Aratapu, Mangawhare, and Dargaville (unless specially required) ; returning 5 a.m. following mornings. Fares : Saloon, single 03. return 10s; Steerage, single «s, return 7s —By order, Wm. Loddcr, Manager and ' Engineer. -t. , QTEAM TO WAIROA j SOUTH. j The o.f. « ffßFfJ! ' Kfa PLANET. TUEANGA CREEK. I From Auckland: From Turanga Creek: Friday, Feb. 1,6 a.m., and 1 Friday, Ist, 8,30 ajn. and 5 p.m. I S p.m. W either and other circumstances permitting. j<i Tn 0R SALE (Privately)— The favourite s.s. LALLA ROOKH, Tonnage : Gross, 60 ; net, 46. Now trading between Manukau and Waitara. For further particulars apply to G. JOHNSTON, General Manager South British Insurance Company. Queen-street; Auckland. •Sfet&s. "N" ° T I c E ' •fefe^ 1 All Claims against the Schooner *g£*tt£Z EASTWARD HO to be sent in to t [j a undersi?ned not later than SaTUKDaY morning, the 2nd February. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company (Limited), Agents. ~W° R HOKIAK6A ' "!)^ i ' t Tll ° schooner f4psaSgr FANNY THORNTON WiH sail for Hokianga on SATUKDAY, the 2nd February. For freight, apply to E. R. CARDNO, Fort-street. V^CHTANDBOAT. X BUILDING. irgr&tt&t A. WARBRICK (beverai years Foreman in Mr. C. Bailey's shed), Has Commenced Business at the Nokth Shore on his own account. BOATS REPAIRED CHEAPLY. Pleasure and other classes of Boats built at Lowest Prices. j-t, >. "OASSENGERS' LINE OF £3g§Sv. -*r PACKETS TO NEW 2EAOWNED BY MESSRS. SHAW, SAVILL, & ALBION CO., LIMITED, 34, Leaden-hall-utkest, London. Tbe abovo line oT ships are regular traders to all the principal ports of New Zealand. They are clipper ships, classed Al at Lloyd's, and commanded by experienced masters. The bill of fare is most sub* stantial and of the best quality, and the accommodation roomy and convenient. The undersigned are empowered to grant passages from London to Now Zealand, p»yment for which has been guaranteed in the colony. Return ships to London also leave at almost regular intervals. Full particulars on application to L. D. NATHAN & CO.,} OWEN & GRAHAM, J- Agents. CRUICKSHANK & CO.) CHARLES X> A I L E Y, ship, yacht, and boatbuildeb, Customhouse-street West (Foot of Hob-son-stbekt) Auckland. VESSELS DOCKED. PATENT SLIP FOR HEPAIKS. REPAIRS ON SHORTEST NOTICE. NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOATS FOR SALE. CHARGE SUPPLY OF SPARS ALWAYS ON HAND AquaticsJ& {CHALLENGE. {?SB&3a. The Mahurangi challenges the Champion Cutter Euphemia to sail her round 'J'iritiri for £20 B-side. money to be deposited before race, and to race under the Regatta, rules and regulations.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, New Zealand Herald, Volume XI, Issue 6929, 1 February 1884

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