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. Shipping. '; |JN IO N ' I X-E QTE AM BBS T?o^,„ Xew P'ymonth (from Onehnnga). - ' -Kgrawa , . Sunday. Oct., 22. 3 p.m.; tr., 2.30 ' For Tolago Bay and Gisborne' Wharf. <s„„oii ™, - (Cargo only.) ; . & qP«H Thnrsday. October 19. 4 p.m. b Excursion Great _Barrier (Whangaparapara) d 'Aavua Monday, October 23. 8.30 a.m. —~— ——.??<L-l ll _ Advertisement. > Wellington, Pictou. Nelson (from Onelutnga) ' _ , r. (Cargo only). y Rosamond Saturday, October 21, 2 p.m. J Te Araroa, Port Awanui. Tnparoa. Waipiro o,^'' ,v? o ,?. oraaru J *!'. :Gisborne. Napiei and Wellington. -JJHi-___.v, October 21. 4 p.m. Gisborne, Napier. ~wQUn^ron7l7ytt^l"frJn! - r \t~ „ Dunedin. Monoivat Saturday. October 21. 12 noon. , -r n^m N9 Cargo after 10 a.m. • Tuesday, October 24. 12 noon. •v>i. Sydney (direct). • \rl„ e V? Monday, October 23, 5.30 p.m. 1 Moeraki Friday. Oct. 20 (from Well.) cargo Received till noon, Saturday, 21st. 3 Melbourne, via _yttelfcm, Dunedin, Bluff, - ~ ~."-■: and Hobarfc. r Aloeraki Thursday. Nov. 2 (from Well.) „, , Rarotonga and Tahiti. ~~ - ;il!iiEgg___JP«esday,, October 24. 4 p.m. , „ Suva and Jsavu Savu and Levuka (Fiji). ixayoa ■'-- Wednesday, October 25, 2 p.m. Friendly Islands. Samoa7~FljVand. SydneyT (Nukualofa. Haapai. /Vavau, Apia. Levuka. : m , Suva.) Atua Tuesday.: November 7. 10 a.m. • lotua Font- weeks later. ' , Takes no cargo for Fiji. _ I Ra rotonga, Papeete, and San Francisco. , (tor all- American and European points, ■ „-,, London. Liverpool. Glasgow. Etc.) , R-M.S. Maitai • Fri.. Oct. 20 (from Wei.) t Suva, Honolulu. Victoria, and Van- > _, i, r, ,couTer. B.C. (tor all Canadian and American points, i _ London; Liverpool. Glasgow, Europe.) R.M.S. Marama Friday. Oct. 27. 2 p.m. AH cargo, except refrigerated, must be at : 'Wharf before 4 p.m. Thurg.. 26th. _ Tickets interchangeable with H.P. and Co. Cargo must be booked and alongside not less than TWO HOURS before time of sailing. . • ■■■■ ... . ;■■'■'--; .. ; A ME RICA AND; pUEO'PE, '■'-;.; ■ •'-■ VIA g A-N P RAN CISCO (FROM WELLINGTON). Calling at RAROTONGA (Cook Group) and :: PAPEETE (Tahiti). | Through Bookings to all Port« and Round i - ; the World Tours Arranged. \ I;] SAILINGS: " : From Due wiTm.r - - ' " Wellington. 'Frisco. MAITAI- ..../... ... Oct. 20 : Nov. 9 AORANGI ... ■ ... ... Nov. 17 ' Dec. 7 •Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. Later sailings and other 'information on application to - . . . . ~ ' UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. ■* ■ VISIT - • r HB TSLAND pARADISES OF THE COUTH OEAS. • TONGA. SAMOA. AND FIJI. RAROTONGA (Cook Group), and TAHITI (Society Group). £T E W TIFE. : "M'.liW :■•• 0 0 E'N".-E'&, NEXT SAILING. FEOM AUCKLAND FOB TONGA, SAMOA, .. AND FIJI. , T.S.B, A TUA, " 7TH • TU-OVEMBER. , Other Sailings and Descriptive Pamphlet* on application to ' ' . ': " v' UNION S.S. CO. OP N.Z.. LTD. npHE^; ■pjEW "''drEALAND '*•' CHIPPING " '/"I'OMPANT'S 5 T INE, , , To 1 London, .j via -Monte Video, Teneriffe, ■ s and Plymouth. ■;.. ■ \ *' "■> .;_;'■ MOST MODERN PASSENGER STEAMERS IN "' THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. : : Steamer." : jTon-i C'm'd'r. | From (To sail TUB AKIN A (2) 1109601 Weston I'wVtniNov. 18 REMUEBA (2) {1150ui Greensfi — jDec. 14 RUAHINE (2) ' 11000! Forbes | — : Jan. 11 RUAPEHU(2)R| 9880! Clifford j — Feb. : 8 ROTORUA (3) R lllSOOi Sutcliffei ■■:- — JMar. 7 TR-'KINA (2) R 110960 Weston I . — sApr. -4 REMUERA(2)R!llaooiGreenst'| — jM'y ■ 2 BUAHINE.(2) R jllOOOi Forbes . 1.;.—, |M'.v 30

- .(Jj Twin screw. (5) Triple screw. (R) Calls Bio. : '•■.-; . Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. ACCOMMODATION IS NOT SURPASSED •;. * ■'■'• By any other Line. -' : . Warrants for .passages from the United J, Kingdom can be obtained at this end by prepayment or guarantee of passage money. ', Apply— " ' '' ' ! THE NEW • ZEALAND SHIPPING CO.. LTD., _ S , ;• QUAY-STREET, AUCKLAND. r * •■ • ,-,.:v\';: - T>- AND r\ c CTEAM NAVIGATION "qOMPANY. » Steamers for. LONDON, calling at SYDNEY. MELBOURNE. ADELAIDE. FEEr MANTLE, COLOMBO. ADEN. MABSEILLES. " GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, with liberty to call at Brindisi. as under, connecting at Port Said, with the 20-knot Steamers ISIS and OSIRIS, for Brindisi:— r Steamers. Captains. Leavo : ; ; ,. -r.,p Tons : - '..";/■■' ■■ ■■ ■;...■ Sydney ' Marmora 10.000 C. H. Weston, R.N.R. Nov. 1 India... ' 8,000 W. Gordon,E.N.E. Nov 18 Mongolia 10,000! Preston, E.N.E. Dec. 16 ,v- - '. ::■•?,; . (1912) . Malwa • 11.000] A. Thompson. Jan 13 I Macedonia 10.500 iC. D, Bennett, E.N.E. Feb. 10 •::. "|UEW ':[ r/EALAND • QERVIOE. ; ■ .■'v." ■■ " y\- V: ■<■■■■■■ '••'.:' . Leave j Steamers. Tons. , Captains Auckl'd ■-"" ;/;r"",'. '"•-".'.': ' •" _j Approx. | ' -■\;-Vi ".--•■: ' '• ' - 191 L -" Moldavia. 10.000 E. H. Gordon, , Nov. 24 Mooltan. 10.000 Haddock, E.N.E Dec. 22 -'■-..■ '•'■:■■■■ - 1912 Mantua.. 11.000 F. W. Vibert, R.N.R. Jan. 19 Morea.... 11,000 W. L. Broun, B.N;E. Feb. 16 Moldavia 10,000 E.H.Gordon Men 15 Mongolia jlt»,000 C. F. Preston, B.N.B.lAp'i 12 BATES OF PASSAGE MONEY.—Single to London, £47 6s to £88; Beturn. £75 18s and £132, available for two . years. Tourists' Tickets (India, China.' and Japan). Special Holidav Tickets to. Colombo, available for two months: Beturn Fares from Sydney £41. First Saloon; £29. Second Saloon; plus 10 per cent. Passage '. money can be paid here for passages from' England. Passengers arriving in Sydney by • nearest connecting Steamer may proceed on board at once. " Passengers' embarkine at Auckland for Australian ports and Europe have the privilege' of staying on board during steamer's detention at Sydney. ;,.-, .-•■ ■■■■■; . , These steamers are v installed with wireless telegraphy. -~' . ■'~, For Freight and Passage apply to. BUSSELL AND SOMER3, Customs-street. West, Auckland, - nOEONATION IQUEBAE. CHEAP HOLIDAY EETUEN TICKETS to Bombay, available ; for Six Months. First Saloon Fare from Sydney, £45 2s. p AND f\ <: "DEANCH OEEVICE date Lund's Blue Anchor Line). ....'.''. FOE DURBAN, CAPETOWN, AND LONDON. "~ . . . I Leaves Steamer. " jTpnst Co'ma'd'r[Sydney. NARRUNG .'. ' •• I 5078 IMillingtonl Nov. 15 WJLCANNIA■.-.-"■ "•. ..». I 5000 i Hanson . | Dec. 12 WAKOOL ... ... i 5015 I Lingham | Dec. 24 One Class. Only. - , rFares: Auckland to London. £17 t0.£21;. to Capetown or Durban, £14 14s to £18 18s. Return Tickets available Aberdeen Line. For all particulars apply to Local Agents, " HENDERSON AND MACFARLANE. General Agents for New Zealand, MURRAY. ROBERTS, AND"CO., LTD.." ■'■■ Wellington. Napier.; and Dunedin. EAND A. MAIL LINE TO MANILA, . CHINA, AND JAPAN. FROM AUS- , -,:-' TRALIA ■ ■ , ,' - •• '•■ ' - Leave '. „-•-..• ' Tons. ... ■- Sydney. EASTERN ... ...• ... 3600 October . 25. ALDENHAM ... >•• ... 4000 November 8 J Saloon accommodation ; amidships. Large, cool, two-berth, cabins, all on the upper deck and fitted with, electric fans. Through ; bookings to Canada, the United States, and j For Freight or Passage.' ; apply direct to '&: BUSSELL ANQ SDMERS. Customs-st, B£i jL .

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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