Shipping. TTNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY KSSt u OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. TIME-TABLE. (Weather and other circumstances permitting.) T7IROM QNEHUNGA. FOR NEW PLYMOUTH AND WELLINGTON. Transhipping to s.s. Takapuna at New Plymouth. Steamer. Date of Sailing. Passenger Train. Rotoiti..Hon.. 25th Feb.. 3 p.m. 2.10 |*.m. Rotoiti...Wed., 27th Feb.. 2 p.m. sharp. 1.10 p.m. Calls at Nelson coming North. FOR NEW PLYMOUTH ONLY. Takapuna...Fri., Ist March. 2 p.m. 110 p.m. ITH'.OM AUCKLAND. FOR GISBOR.XE. NAPIER. WELLINGTON, LYTTELTON. AND DTJNEDIN. Taliine...SatiinlHJ\ 2nd March, 12 noon. Cargo received alongside till 11 a.m. Manuka...Tuesday. sth March. 4 p.m. No Cargo received alongside after 2 p.m. FOR SYDNEY. Mokoia...4th March. 538 p.m. No Cargo received alongside after 3 p.m. * » FOP. FIJI (SUVA AND LEVCKAI. Maura...Wednesday. 20th March, 4 p.m. Connecting at Suva with R M.«. Moana, for Vancouver. FOR FRIENDLY ISLANDS. SAMOA, FIJI. AND SYDNEY. (Nukualofa, Haapai. Vavau, Apia, Levuka, Suva.) Narua...sth March, 10 a.m. No Cargo received alongside on sailing day. No Fiji Cargo. Atua...Four weeks later. FOR RAROTONGA AND TAHITI. Manapouri...Tuesday, 19th March. 5 p.m. No Cargo received alongside after 3 p.m. TjiROM TV ELLINGTON. FOR MELBOURNE. VIA SOUTHERN PORTS AND HOBART. Warrimoo...Thursday, 28th February. EOF. SYDNEY. Maheno...Saturday. 2nd March. Tickets available for stop-over or return by Huddart. Parker, and Co. Proprietary steamers. Cargo must be booked and alongside vessel (unless otherwise stated) not less than TWO HOURS before advertised time of leaving. Auckland Branch: TALMERSTOX BUILDINGS. i l QRIENT- ROYAL MAIL FOR PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, via FREMANTLfc. COLOMBO (Transhipping for ail Indian Ports). NAPLES. MARSEILLES. AND GIBRALTAR:Tons From From Frem Steamer. Reg. Sydney. Melb'ne. Adel'de. t'ORONTES... 9023 Feb. 20 Feb- 26 Feb. 23 OROTAVA ... 5353 Mar. 9 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 t'OPHIR ... 6314 Mar. 20 Mar. 26 Mar. 23 •+OMRAH ... 8282 Apl. 3 Apl. 9 Apt. It tOROYA ... 6297 Apl. 17 Apl. 23 Apl. 25 ♦ORTONA ... 8000 May 4 May 7 May 9 •Twin-screw steamer, t Calling at Hobart en route to Melbourne. FARES-NEW ZEALAND TO LONDON: SALOON-Single, £43 to £80. Return—£B9 to £120. Return Tickets good for 2 years. THIRD-CLASS—£IB, £20. and £22. Passages Auckland to Sydney are included in fares, and passengers arriving im Sydney by nearest connecting steamer may proceed on board at once. Passages from above ports may be prepaid. Through Bookings to New York. UNION STEAM SHIP CO. OF N.Z., LTD.. Agents in New Zealand. TTUDDART.-pAEKER TINE. FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE." Circumstances permitting, steamers will sail as under: — FROM AUCKLAND FOR SYDNEY. ____.„ WTMMERA ... i Monday j" Feb. 25 I 5.30 p.m. | VICTORIA ... j Monday 'Mar. 11 J 5.30 p.m. i I FOR GISBORNE, NAPIER. WELLINGTON. : i LYTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN VICTORIA ... I Tuesday | Feb. 26- I 2 p.m. WIMMERA ... ! Tuesday | Mar. 12 | 2 p.m. FROM WELLINGTON. FOR SYDNEY. RIVERINA ... Friday |_ Mar. 3 FOR MELBOURNE. VIA SOUTH AND HOBART. RIVERINA —I Thursday I -Mar. 21 Cargo mn«t be alongside not less than TWO HOURS before sailing time. All Tickets for Stop-over or Return rnntaally excnangeable with the Union Company. L. D. NATHAN AND CO.. LTD.. Ageats. VIEW E ALAND - Q AN AD A. NEW DIRECT CARGO STEAMSHIP SERVICE BETWEEN NEW ZEALAND AND CANADA 81-MONTHLY. The PONDO will leave for Vancouver, via Suva and Honolulu, beginning of next month. '!» be followed by other First-class Vessels at intervals of two mouths. *c»r particular* appiy to TH. DE SCHRY'VER. AUCKLAND. Ki.isey. Barns, and Co., Christchurch, Turnbiill. Martin, and Co.. Dunedin. J. G. Ward and Co.. Invercargill. Or to N.Z. AND AFRICAN STEAMSHIP CO.. LTD.. Managing Agents in N.Z. 6. Featherst.on-3treet.. Wellington. v v rp he T> AND f\ STEAMERS FOR LONDON, Calling at FI," MANTLE, COLOMBO, ADEN. MARSEILLES, IUBKALTAR.. and PLYMOUTH, with liberty to call at Brindisi. as under.— __ " "" " Leave Leave Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Melbourne BRITANNIA ... 6,525 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 MARMORA ... 10.500 Feb 27 Mar. 5 MOOLTAN .- 10,000 Mar. 13 Mar. 19 MOLDAVIA | ... 10,000 Mar 27 Apr. 2 RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY : —Single Tickets to London. £43 to £80; Return Tickets, £69 and £120, available lor two years. Tourists' Tickets (India, China, and Japan). Special Holiday 'Tickets to Colombo, available for two months. Return Fares from Sydney, £41. first; £29. second saloon. Passage Money can be paid here for Passages from England. Passengers arriving ill Sydney by nearest connecting steamer may proceed oil board at once For Freight or Passage apply direct to RUSSELL AND SOMERS. feu. Queen-street. EAND A MAIL LINE TO MANILA. . CHINA. AND JAPAN, FROM AUSTRALIA. Leave Sydney. EMPIRE, 4500 tons Mar. 6,1907. Monthly thereafter. Saloon accommodation amidships. Large, coot, two-berth cabins, all on the upper deck, and fitted with eiectric fans. 'Through bookings to Canada, the United State*, and Europe. For freight or passage apply direct to RUSSELL AND SOMERS. J, a LINE DIRbCi **lOfSl STEAMERS. -«=-;i=-:-,e..!-Sr- OTAGO TO LONDON. PERTHSHIRE .7~T.~ I 8090 ton* 5500 h.p. BUTESHIRE 8000 tons > 3500 hp BANFFSHIRE 8180 tens ! 3509 h.p. FIFES HIKE 8500 tons 3560 h.p. NAIRNSHIRE 8500 tons i 3500 h.pMORAYSHIRE 8500 tons I 3080 h.p 'AYRSHIRE ._. 18200 f_n_ I - •Twin Screw. The above magnificent Steamers, which have all been specially built for the New Zealand trade, and make an average passage of 46 days, will be despatched at regular intervals. Steamers are titled throughout wifch ELECTRIC LIGHT. Doctor and StewardeW carried SALOON PASSAGE MONEY, 45 Guineas Steerage £16, TO LONDON. For plain and farther particulars apply, etc., tc ■ the Managers. TURNBULL. MARTIN. AM. CO.. N.Z. Insurance Co.'s Buildings, No. 1, Crawford-street, Dunedin. £S*»>«. T?OR HOKIA NO A.-Auxiliary - -I Schooner MAY HOWARI •S3PwS?TM> receive* Cargo on THURS BAY, and Sails on SATIt W™^"^ l " DAY, March 2nd. lor Hoki anga. For freight apply on board— JONES, Master.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Herald, Volume XLIV, Issue 13421, 25 February 1907

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