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Shipping. 5 fg JJORTHEEN STEAM- ' I SHIP CIO. (LIMITED^ j | Tnus-lAaus,—FEBRUARY. I Weather and other OlroamiUnoe* '» Permitting. FROM QUEEN-STREET WHARF. FOR RUBHELL, WHANGAROA, * MANGONUI. trtAMMk. I)AT* or Hailikq. Clansman I Monday, 28th, T p.m. FOR TAHEANHA Clansman ; Friday. 29"h, 7 p.m. lona | Mon ay, 28sh, 6 p.m. FOR OPOTIKI AND WHAKATANK Douglas . ! Wednesday, 23rd, 6 p.m. FOR TAIRUA, lona | Every Friday, 7 p.m. FOR GREAT B4RRIER, TRYPHENA, PORT FITZROY, AND BLIND BAY. lona 1 Every Thursday. 8 a.m. FOR MERCURY SAT. lona I Hfery Monday, 6 p m.; and every Friday, 7 p.m. FOR WHANGAREI, WHANGAREI HEADS, AND MANGAPAI. Wellington | Every Tuesday, 7 p.m. FOR WHANGAREI, WHANGAItEJ HEADS, AND TARUA BAT. Wellington I Every Tuesday and Friday, 7 p.m. FOR WHANGAREI AND WHANGAREI HEAL>B Carrying Cargo and Passengers to Walpn, a Coach ' meets the Steamer on arrival to convey passenger* to I Walpu Wellington I Tuesday, 22nd, 7 pm. i Wellington | Friday, 26th, 7 p.m. FROM WHANGAKEI TO AUCKLAND (From Railway Wharf). Wellington 1 Thuisday, 34th FROM MANIIKAI). FOR RAGLAN AND KAWHIA. Staff* I Wednesday, tlsr. 2, 8 p.m. tUK WAITAKA AM) nIcW I'LYMOUTH I Every Monday and Thursday Gairloch I (weather permitting). See adIveitlsement below Leaves I Waitara I uesday and Friday. va Cargo must be l>ooked and alongside the vessels by 4 p.m. prompt, except at Onebunga. None will be received after that hour. Passage Tickets must lie taken at the Company's Office, Palrnerston Buildings, 46. Queen-street, Auokland. -K i TTIOR NEW PLYMOUTH -T AND WAITAR4. vv, (Connecting with Tralu reaching Wellington on friday evening). The fine s.s. GtIRLOCH will leave the Onehung* Wharf (weather ami other circumstances periiiltiinL:) as above on THURSDAY, Feb. 24. st one o'clock p.m Latest train, 12 noon The passenger accommodation is unsurprised—Northern Steamship Company, Auckland; or, A. Uarnes, Opehustfa. - . imOR HICKS' BAY, GISJ BORNE WHAKF, AND NAPISK, -ND WELLINGTON, V TtvfrOt> AND LYTTKLTON (IF SOFFICIENT INDUCEMENT OFFfiRS). The s.s. KA H U will leave at above TO-DA Y (Tue'day), the 22nd Inst., at three p.m. Cargo will be received until two p.m. For freight or passage apply to RICHARD A. (JARR, Agent. <-K 1 mAURANGA, OPOTIKI, JL WHAKATANE, AND BAY 0F PLENTY. STEAM DIRECT. The s.s. CfiELM'FORD will run to and from the above ports every week. Saloon Fares— 30s ; Return, 50s. Apply to ■ SHARP A CO, Commerce-street. Agents—Opotlkl, Abbott & White ; Whakatane, H. P. Bloktt. g 8. COROMANDEL. THOMAS SCOTT, MASTER. TIME-TABLE. Leaves Auckland : Leaves Cororaandel — Tuesday, 22nd, 12 noon Wednesday, 2Srd, 12 noon Thursday, 24th, 12 noon Friday, 2fnb, 12 noon Saturday, 26th, 12 noon \\ eather and other clrcuinstancea permlttlßg. Not responsible In shipping, carrying,or discharging live stock. No car«o received without shipping note, and within hslf-an-hour of advertlwd time of departure. All parcels must be prepaid on board. A. R. 11. SWINDLE? Manager. -k , TEAM TO WAIROA O SOUTH AND TURANGA CREEK. TIME TABLE. S. S. PLANET. Auckland to Walroa South: Tuesday, 'i2nd. 1 p.m Wairoa South to Auckland: Wednesday, 23rd, 4 a.m. Auckland to I tiranga Creek : Thursday, 24th, 3.30 p.m. I tiran.a Creek to Auckland 1 Frid»y, 25th, 8 a.m. All parcels must b- prepaid. Cargo at six shillings per ton. -V X CJTEAM TO WAIWERA £3 (HOT SPRINGS), MATAWiTOV'. KANA, KAWAit, OMAHA, AND MAHURANGI. THK S.S. ROSE CASEY. TIME TAIILit For Waiwera.—Every Tuesday, 'Duirsday, and Saturday, at eleven a.m. ; return on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. For Matakana, Kawau. and Omaha.Every Tuesday at eleven a.m.: return on Wednesday. For M- hurangi.—Every Thursday, and Saturday, at eleven a.m.; return on Friday and Monday. j The above time-table will be adhered to, weather and other circumstances permitting. All freights must be prepaid HENDERSON AND MADFARLANE CH A R Lls S BAILEY, SHIP, YACHT, AND BOAT BUILDER, Cubtom-htreei Wkst (foot of Hobson-street), Auckland, Vessels Docked. Patent Slip for Repairs. Repairs on Shortest Notice. New and Second-hand Boats For Sale Largs Supply of l-ipars always on band. Calls. OLD CALEDONIAN GOLD MINING COMPANY (LMITED). At a Meeting of the Directors of the Old Caledonian Gold Mining I'ompany (Limited), held this dty, a Call 'the Fourteenth) of One Shilling per Share on the Ca Hal of the Company was made, p yable on or he'ore WH.UNE3WAY, 9-h March, at the Company's Office, New Zealand Insurance Buildings. J. YOUNG, Secretary. Auckland, February 14, 1887. IRE IN ON-STREET. N. Mc )ULSKY. Undertaker, In thanking hi* many friends for their kind assistance, bees to notify that he has REMOVED to HObSON-STREET (old alls,. FEATHERS.— Large Ostrich Feathers, ' worth from £1 Is to 7a Od, all one price, Ss lid, at Short'* Great Clearing Sale. By order of the tiecutor*. r£IO TRAVELLERS AND TOURISTS. PRESENTS FOR HOME.—Very handsome Cabinets, Inlaid Table Tops, Album Boxes, «c. All made from the pick of New Zealand's rich native woods. The above gods are rreatly admired at home for their rare beauty. All other collections carefully packed In a case and shipped home. Visitors, Ac., are respectfully asked to walk through my warehouse, as it is one of the sights of the city. W. NORRIE, Top of Shortland-street. rjlO TOBACCO GROWERS. LEAF TOBACCO PURCHASED IN ANY QUANIITY. The Highest Price Given. AUSTIN WALSH. Tobacco Factory, Beach Koad, Auckland. AITEM AT A "JJ OTE L, /LOWER QUEEN-STREET. JOHN ENDEAN, formerly of the Railway Tsrminui Hotel, Short-street, begs to Inform bis Friend* and the Public generally that he has now become Landlord of the Waitemata Hotel. As formerly It will be his study to give satisfaction to hi* patrons by providing Liquors of the best quality, a first-class Table, and | every Accommodation for Boarders and Traveller!. 1

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, New Zealand Herald, Volume XXIV, Issue 7878, 22 February 1887

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