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' '. Shipping..:-. , . - I;-ir.; „ ; : — ■ |V ip HE: IJ* YSEE Jj 1N E ' - J^rMTTED. : • > - * ' -.'>••/ ■ ..... . , • 'A MONTHLY DESPATCH OF FIRST-CLASS • CARGO- STEAMERS TO ' • LONDON DIE EOT. v • , /" 3 ~ i ]~ ~ ' Due " /'/■/■'/ / Tons • j . A'k'l'd Steamer.'. - ' B'rd'n (Commander. ;; About •WHAKARDA ... lO.OCO" J. O. Felgate" Oct, 18 .^•• : •NIWARU ... ... 10.000 H Hollis Oct. 18 ' > MIMIRO ... ' ... ±0,000 A. H Kemp (H-t2O / i iNDRADEVI ... 10,000 (Hollingsworth . Nov 18 :"f ST-R of SCOTL'ND 10,000 iE D. Beck Nov 24 •STAR of CANADA 10.000 {J. M .Hart - — fev HAWKES BAY ... 8,000 (D. McQueen — • ; INDRAGHIRI ... 8,000 R. p. Craven — , STAR OF NEW . • . . " W'- ZEALAND ... 10,000 C. T. Hilder — . •NEREHANA ... 10.CC0 F. C. Lidstone — - ST'R of A CSTR'tIA 10.000 F. J Kearney — |V *MAtSRE ... ... 10.000 J. Firth — J i TOMOANA ... ... 10.000 IT B. Link-Inter — • 'INDRALEMA ... 10 000 IT. Trotter ,'/' _ .v % •Twin Screw. . : g'jl,-' • The above Steamers , are all .built specially' • for. the> New i Zealand trade.' fitted with-Re- : frigeratin? j Machinery of > the • most modern type, in coarge of competent engineers, and K •, / are noted , for, the exceptionally satisfactory v~i> conditions in which their frozen meat cargoes are being delivered. ' •/; The Company Is prepared to carry Wool . and Produce of every description at Lowest r. i Current Bates of Freight . ' : .. ; For a particulars apply to , •'".•••/ HEATHER. ROBERTOJiV AND CO., ' ■ Aeents Auckland rpHE EW 2 EALAND gHIPPINQ QO-'S LIKE OF .MAIL STEAMERS FOE LONDON, ?'?! TLA. MONTE VIDEO. TENEEIFFE, AND" ; ' PLYMOUTH. 1 • Steamer; Tons "™" Probabl-j los-Ul v' «. . inander.; Final Por:. absti; S* ' •RUAPEHU "& I'orDei : Wellinotou Oct 21 '■% WAIMATB 137s Cameron _ — ,'ig RAKAIA .. 8595 Barnes ; — — i': ' •KAIPARA ■ 10&60 Cornwall — — | 'OPAWA 1088 i Parsons;' . — 1 — •RIMUTAKA 10130 Qr'nstreet — V Nov 18 PAPANUI •. 8350 — _ _ \f.- *ORAAI - . loarfo Forsdick — — WAKANT3I .|. J755 _ x _ ' _ !£t T RAKINA 1096s Weston — , Dec 16 .•V 1R56» McKellaf - _ k ARIE ° 11,102 Suiclilfe . -- Jan 13 b WIIAKATANE 8773 Hamming — — ' | t •RUAHIXE 120f,r ' Ueuun o . -10 IpkfnTAKA - 9SBO Forbes : ■ - Mar 10 k •paparoa 10130 Gr'nstreet — Apr 7 . % - 'fAPAROA ■. Wo |cii tforJ _ ; ' •Twin Screw. ; tTurbine. ■ '* The Ruahine, sailing February 10. Rnapehu » March 10. and Rimutaka April 7, will call at 't: Bio de Janeiro as . well as at Monte Video on the voyaee to Don don.. ' - Warrants for passages from the United yr . Kingdom can be obtained at this end by preif. payment or guarantee of passage money. Passengers forwarded to port of Departure FREE ■ . ' ? The vessels are specially fitted with Clay* F ton's Patent FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. fc Full particulars of Fares and Freights on f; application. ;; : AS./ V. HOUGHTON. | , Local" Manager. Sj-. T HE ;P. AJL D • 0 c°|l ; STEAMERS FOB LONDON, calling at FBE|j- MANTLE, COLOMBO. ADEN, MARSEILLES, b > GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, with liberty tf 1 to call at Brindiui, a3 under:— y [ . ■' ■' Leave ' Leave' Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Melbourne. t INDIA ... ... 8.000 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 if:■ CHINA * — 8,000 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 I MACEDONIA ... 10,500 Nov. 6 • Nov. J BATES OF PASSAGE MONEY.-Single to I -London, .£47 6s to £8&, Return. £75 18s and H: v £132. available for two years. Tourists* 1§ ? Tickets" (India. China, and Japan), Special Ik r Holiday Tickets to Colombo." available for HI two months Return Fares from Sydney. £41 H| first. £29 second, plus 10 per cent. Passage ISf money can be paid here for Passages from K England. Passengers arriving in Sydney by H| "rarest connecting steamer may proceed on Si ;>oard at once .: 1 111 '/''For Freight and Passage apply direct to |||| O.USSELL AND SOMERS.. Custom-st We3t. Hf 'I? AND A. MAIL LINE TO MANILA. H J-J. CHINA. AND JAPAN, FROM AUSgi ;. ' TRALIA.. < m Saloon accommodation amidships. Large Hi cool, two-berth cabins, all on the upper Pi deck, and fitted with electric fans. Through K bookings to Canada, the United States: and p Europe. For freight or passage apply direct |P AND SOMERSz-Cnstom-st. West. |f -rrAIPARA gTEAMSHIP --QOMPANY, U LIMITED. . v I?-- Weather and other circumstances permitting. g ■ /'; ■ " WAIEOA BRANCH. . 1 Leave H'villeor Mt. Ees; . LeaveD'ville: , i." Mondays, 7.30 p.m. Wednesdays. 6 a.m. 'ihursdays. 10 a.m. Fridays. 6 p.m. «' NOTE.—The Company's ticket* are - interI changeable with those of the Sellars-Allen Steamship Company, and will be available f for return by that Company's steamers. S T PORT ALBERT TIME-TABLE.—Apply to 'i Messrs. L. D. Nathan. Ltd. ; _ . ' - // '' '• ' is. 0. HAMMOND, . « , , V;/."/■.'//'/'/' Manager. ; : rpHE WANGANUI RIVER— i SCENIC ROUTE TO WELLINGTON. • Connects at Taumarunui with Main Trunk \ , Railway. ■ t j / Service from Taumarnnui: | : TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. / f. For Time-tables, Fares. Itineraries, apply A. HA TRICK AND CO.. Wanganui. J ; - , Tourist Bureaux. i Or. THOS. COOK AND SON. Booking Agents. 4, . ■■■■■■■.• . . - 1a^"://///:-/ : /-///-^///';v.-/,//■;;:/ //U:;/ i: ■ " ///,:/ ! //: / ; : :.// -

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVI, Issue 14182, 4 October 1909

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