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Shipping. ANCHOR LINE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. «^^^®The following iteamers will be ■fiafti Jk^JwA despatched* as under (weather QN|Mre£«s£L and clicumstancei permitting). WElAlNCn'uiiTr NELSON, AND WEST O"MST PORTS. S.S. KENNEDY, Early. S.S. ALEXANDER, Early. For further particulars apply to — LEVIN AND CO., LTD. WELLINGTON AND WANGANUI STEAM PACKET COMPANY FOR WELLINGTON. ,& 'J?-* i Vto> The t.s. STORMBIRD, Cap*M m^\. ta n Mclntyre, will sail for the M^jjfiyaßt- *b°ve port (weather pcrmittinj EARLY. Fare* : 10s. Single ; 16s. Return For furthei particulars apply to^ N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, AGENTS. WELLINGTON STEAM PACKET COMPANY, A* &A' The following iteamers will be 'J/% JL^lu_*A despatched as undir (weather fjj2J]^jßtes|fpr£ tied circumstances permitting) FOR WESTPORT. S«*. PUTIKI, Early. JOHNSTON AND CO., Limited, Agenti. NDL. N.D..L. IMPEPJAL .MAIL STEAMERS. FOUR-WEEKLY SERVICE. TO LONDON AND CONTINENT. VIA COLOMBO, SUEZ, NAPLES, GENOA. SOUTHAMPTON, ANTWERP, and BREMEN. Ton- From Sydney i SoS o - — — a •■ 3 >- ROOV 8133 Oct. S jJS-sr S HAENK'ST 8131 Oct. 30 7koestjgi , % ;; LOUI ;B; B 10,71 1 Niv. Z7 a -- - FREDERICK §«2 V . DERG OSStt 110,695 D.c. as £ v SEYDLITZ ' booo i Jan 2Z I Twin Screw Steamer. FARES TO LONDON: First Saloon : Single, £70 to £80 ; Return £120 Second Saloon: Single, £13 to £46; Return £69 Third Class: Single £16 to £18; Return £21' to £33. Saloon Return Tickets are available for TWO YEARS. ROUND THE WORLD, £130, with £26 Allan tic berth. REDUCED FARES THROUGH TO NEW YORK, VIA SUEZ. COLOMBO.— Special reduced Return Tickets are now issued to Colombo, available for 75 days Fare from Sydu ;y, £41 first-class, £29 second class ; available for rv-'un. by steamers of othei Mail Line*. TO MANILLA, CHKNA AN T D JAPAN. Regulai FOUR-WL'IvKLY Service from Sydney, calling at New Britain, New Guinea, and -Man ilia, for H ngkonF, Kolir, and Yohohama, con nertmg at Hnigk-m,? nth the FORTNIGHTLY EXPRESS a.UL SUiVICE of the N.D.L. from Japan and China to Europe. FARES TO HONGKONG, from Sydney.— l., £33; 11., £23; 111., £15; Deck, £9. Passeugers booked through to Europe and America, either via Suez, San Francisco, or Van couver. Linen washed on board by erpert laundresses Civility and Cleanliness leading features. Eng lish spoken on board BURGESS, MURDOCH AND CO., Wanganui Agenti. FEDERAL-HOULDER-SHIRE LINES. (Under contract with the New Zealand Government.) DIRECT SERVICE TO WEST COAST UffITED KirfOrDOM rOBTS, Taking; Wooi, Skins, General, ani Hefrigeratod Cargo at lowest current rates of freight. FOR AYONMOUTH, LIVERPOOL. MANCHESTER, GLASGOW, CONTI NEXT A L AND AMERICAN PORTS: S.S. CORNWALL, from Wellington (final port), SEPTEMBER 29th. To be followed by S.S. FIFESHIRE, October 30th. DRAYTON GRANGE, November 27th. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION FOTi FIRST AND THIRD-CLASS PASSENGERS. FARES— To Bristol, Manchester, Liverpool, and Glasgow : First-claaa, 40 guineas. Third-class— .£lß 10s, .£l6 10s, £U 10s. RETURN TICKETS ISSUED. Prepaid Passages arranged. Surgeon and Stewardess carried. For Freight and Passage apply to A. HATRICK AND CO., Local Agents. pATEA SHIPPING COMPANY. WELLINGTON-WANGANUI SERVICE FOR WELLINGTON: The S.S. ABAPAWA. Eyery TUESDAY and FRIDAY. For Freight or Passage apply to — BURGESS, MURDOCH AND CO., Agents. CANTERBURY STEAM SHIPPING CO., LTD. S.S. STORM. S.S. RIPPLE. Telephone 569. P.O. Box No. 268. Offices: ST. HILL STREET, Opposite Dalgety and Co. (Westport Coal Co. old premiaw). Steamers run regularly between Wanganui and all Southern ports. All freights must be paid at the time orders are given. The Company will promptly attend to all communications, and will be pleased to receive applications for space, etc., from or to southern portt. For the Company.y — y. R. MULB. F, J. DENTON, PHOTOGRAPHER. Entrance to present premipco:' Next ADAMS' STAR CYCLE CO., AVENUE, WANGANUI. PICTURE PORTRAITS in Latest Styles. Call and see Specimen Photographs. Telephone 341. Established 1881. WANTED Knowm.— Linqaraieh preserves linoleum And malcem it look like new. Try It, all Grocer* li 6d.

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Wanganui Herald, Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXIV, Issue 12873, 13 September 1909

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