SHIPPING 1 JJUDDART pARKER J^INE (Incorporated in Australia.) T.B.M.V. WANGANELLA (10,000 tons). To SYDNEY ONLY: From AUCKLAND, 4 p.m. ■Tan. <i, 1039. March 3. To SYDNEY and MELBOURNEt From AUCKLAND. 4 p.m. Feb. 2, 1930. March 30. From WELLINGTON, 4 p.m. Dec. 22 Jan. 10 Full information, pamphlets, etc., Office: 54 QUAY ST. Ph. 43-183, 32-847. A.T.S. THE REAL EUROPE! As our Java-European Tour is now fully booked up, wo have pleasure in offering to our many interested Clients THE REAL EUROPE TOUR, which we claim is the most varied, delightful and complete Tour of the , 1030 Season. \ Leaving Sydney April 4. 1030, by Italian Motor-ship Viminale (2-berth Deck Cabins). 45 Days' Personally Conducted Tour of Europe, visiting Naples, Rome, Venice, Lucerne, Vienna, Budapest, 'Prague, Berlin. Cologne, Paris, etc. Also Tour of Southern England, Cornwall and Devon, with special trips round and about London. First-class Hotels Throughout. Incltlsivc Cost from Auckland (including 25 per cent exchange and Government Tax), £315. Return Steamer Tielcet to the value of £55 sterling available over any route for two years. As Accommodation is limited, Early Bookings arc essential. Apply now for further information to HENDERSON & MACFARLANE, LTD.. Agent for Australian and Overseas Travel Service Pty.. Ltd.. Sydney, Melbourne. Brisbane, London. Over 200 English-speaking Agents throughout the World. OSAKA QYOSEN TT AISYA. SAKA OYOSPN XVAISYA. Monthly Service of Fast, Modern Motor-ships, carrying refrigerated Cargo for CEBU, MANILA, HONGKONG, SHANGHAI, KOBE, OSAKA, NAGOYA, YOKOHAMA. M.V. CANBERRA. MARU .. January 9. FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE AUCTIONEERING CO., LTD.. Agents. 14-18 Customs St., Auckland. Phone 30-040. Q V. WAIRURU FOR WAITAKARURU. RECEIVES CARGO AT KING'S WHARF EVERY MONDAY TILL 12 N00N.,, A. G. BERTRAM AND CO. Phone 43-467. EXCURSIONS, PICNICS, ETO.
Agi_ S.S. D DOEESS ggSBSSE (From Central Wharf). TO-DAY (Sat.), 1.45 p.m. and gUN. Day Excursion, 3/-; Stay-over Return. 3/6. Leaves on Return, Sunday, 6 p.m. 42-460. M.V. B AROONA. JmmmimSSSSt End Northern Wharf. For OMIHA, AWAR.OA, ORAPIU, COWES, *Wcd., 0.30 a.m. Leaves ('owes 2.30 p.m. Sat., 3 .15 p.m. Returns from Cowes on arrival. Sun., 0.40 a.m. Leaves Cowes 15.30 p.m. •Calls Surfdale and Ostenil. ' To OMIHA and AWAROA Only, Fri., <>.3o p.m. Return Sat. morning. WAIHEKE PASSAGE SERVICE, LTD., Phone 17-321. Residence, 13---M7. M.y. b a End Northern Wharf. MOTUIHI OTUIHI AND WAIHEKE ROUND TRIP. SUNDAY, 9.10 A.M. Excursion Fares. WAIHEKE PASSAGE SERVICE. LTD. Phone 47-321. Residence 13-217. EXCURSION TO MOTUIHI. MONDAY, DECEMBER 12. GREY LYNN SCHOOL ANNUAL PICNIC. S.S. DUCHESS leaves at 0.30 a.m. Hot Water and Milk Free. Lollies, Ice Cream, Drinks Free to Children. FARES: Adults 1/0, Children Od, Family 3/-. Special trams frim Surrey C'rMcent and Richmond Avenue, » a.m. All Welcome. W A I H E Iv E. SURFDALE OSTEND OMIHA. S.S. KAWAU, SATURDAY. 10th. 1.30 p.m. S.S. KAWAU. SUNDAY, 11th, 0,15 a.m. Vessel returns Sunday: Omiha 1.30 p.m., Ostend 4.15. p.m., Surfdale 5.30 p.m. NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. MO T U I H T ISLAND. Olive Launches leave Launch Steps: Sunday, 10 a.m. Leave Motuihi, 5 p.m. Phone 41-599, 42-133. N. J. INGLIS. RANGITOTO AND ISLINGTON* BAY.— Olive Launches leave Launch Steps, Sat., 10 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.; Sunday, 10' a.m. Leave Islington Baj;, Sat.. 4 p.m.; Sunday, 3.30 p.m. and 0 p.m. All freight, f.0.b.. Auckland. —N .1. INGLIS, Phone 11-500. 12-133. MBHBM rpAMAKI DRIVE I and BEACHES. "k " buses daily. Every 20 Minutes from Bus Terminal. Orakei State Houses Return and Mission Bay .. lOd St. Helicrs Bay and Waterfront Drive .. 1/2 Glendowie Trips . . 1/6 Unsurpassed Panoramic Views. . PHONE 24-788. L. J. KEYS. LTD. MOTOR SERVICES Auckland, Bombay, pukekohe, tuakau. PILOT BUSES (fitted with Radio), * 4 TRIPS DAILY. RING N.Z. ROAD MOTOR SERVICES. Phone 44-060 for Particulars. DARGA-VILLE. Daily, 0,15 a.m.; Sunday, 0.15 a.m., 4.45 p.m.—P. L. Laycock, Agent. Transport Station. Ph. 43-116. KAWHJA "BY THE SEA." WEEK DAYS: Depart Te Awamutu 0.20 a.m., arrive Kawhia 12 noon; depart Kawhia 2 p.m., arrive Te Awamutu 1.30 p.m. EXTRA CAR HOLIDAY From Dec. 21, JO3S, to Jan. 11, 1930: Depart Kawhia 8 a.m., arrive Te Awamutu .10.30 a.m.; depart Te Awamutu 2,15 p.m., arrive Kawhia 5.15 p.m. N. Z - R - i&mb* ROAD evrsMTO SERVICES. AUCKLAND TO NAPIER DAILY. AUCKLAND .. Depart .. 7.30 a.m. HAMILTON .. .. 10.30 a.m. ROTORUA .. .. 1.15 p.m. TAUPO . .. .. 3.15 p.m. NAPIER • .. Arrive .. 8.30 p.m. ' Fare, £3/8/-. TELEPHONE 41-000. BUS TERMINAL.
W' ROA, WAIHI. 7.15 a.m.. 11 a.m., 3 p.m.; Sun.. 6 p.m. TAUUANGA, TIJ PUKE, WHAIvATANE, OPOfIKI, 7.15 a.m., 11 a.m. Leave Waihi for Auckland, 8 a.m., 12.20 p.m. (train 12.30 p.m.), 4.45 p.m. (Sun.. 4.45 p.m.). Paeroa. 13/0; Waihi, 16/-; Tauranga, 10/6: Whakatane, 24/2; Opotiki. 34/8. Phone 41-063. TRANSPORT, LTD. >HONE 18M PARTICUARS, MATA-MATA-TAURANGA DAILY SERVICE. STANLEY WHITE STAR MOTORS. Auckland. Thames, hauraki PLAINS. —W. WHITE & SONS', LTD. Cars Depart Bus Terminal. Phone 41-063 (three lines). Auckland: Daily. 8.30 a.m., 10 a.m., 3.30 p.m. Thames: Daily, 7.30 a.m., 12.30 p.m., 3 p.m. Sundays: Thames and Auckland. 9.30 a.m., 6.30 p.m. COROMANDEL: Daily Except Sunday, 8.30 a.m. and 10 a.m. Mercury Bay: Mon. to Sat., 8.30 a.m. and 10 a.m. W. WHITE & SONS, L,TD. Private Res. —14-035. Auckland new Plymouth. THROUGH RESUMED. NO CHANGING. DEPART: ARRIVE: Auckland,, 8 a.m. New Plymouth, 0 p.m. New Plymouth, 7.45 a.m. Auckland, 6 p.m. PHONES 44-060. After Hours, 13-266. GIBSON'S MOTORS, LTD.. Booking Offices: Auckland Office, N.Z.R. Road Services, Transport Terminal. Govt. Tourist Dept. 'Jhos. Cook & Soni, New Plymouth, ' . Vi ... >
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