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Lyttelton Times, Rōrahi IV, Putanga 176, 20 Haratua 1854, Page 1
T HOURLY EXPECTED. fj HE American Clipper Ship "EAGLE," .-■- S. Hakdy, via Sydney, with Horses,. Cattle, and Sheep. H. J. Le Cren, Agent. Brigantine "Despatch." J)a%ly expected, WITH a large and very superior assortment of Goods direct from the Melbourne and Sydney Markets. James Swinbotjene. FOR SYDNEY, Via Wellington, /L . rriHAT fine, favourite J- Ship, "HASHEMY," <K;^^^s.V John Ross, commander, will //^^^^^3|Ov[leave for .the above ports on about Thursday next, the For freight or passage Apply to H. J. Le Cren, Agent. r Lyttelton, May 12, 1854. v^gl T^eedeeick: YOUNG Between. London g^^^a^jUfcLk^ and IMew Zealand. John Taylor. . . . J. M. Cawkitt . 851 Northfieel . . . . N. Pentreath . .1050 Duke of Portland . G. t. Seymour . 533 Balnaguith . . . G. Smith, h.c.s. . 600 ■Norman Morison, . C. L. Maundrel . 1000 Trafalgar .... C. Richardson . 1200 To be followed by other equally fine ships at intervals of about onemonth. A return ship of suitable tonnage will call at all the southern ports of New Zealand for cargo home during the month-of February next. The Undersigned, in behalf of Messrs. Young & Co., beg to submit the following Circular letter to the Canterbury public for their information. New Zealand Colonists' Rooms, 9, Adelphi Terrace, London, 1853. In reference to the New Zealand business hitherto carried on at the Colonists 1 Rooms here by me, in exclusive connection with Messrs. Money Wigram and Sons, I beg to inform you that I have made arrangements with Messrs. Frederick Young & Co., of 74, Cornhill, for the purpose of keeping up a regular line of comran nication between this country and the varioii ports in New Zealand. According to the terms of this arrangement, I have transferred to them all my interest and connection with these Rooms, and agreed that in future they shall be conducted by Mr. Horace Young, who will represent Messrs. Frederick Young & Co, in this branch of their establishment. I have only to add an expression of my hope that the confidence with which you have always treated me in your communications, upon all subjects relating to the Colonies, may be fully extended to Messrs. Frederick Young & Co., whom you will find always ready, and in my estimation very competent, to afford you any information you may require upon colonial matters. Trusting my successors may receive a continuance of your kind patronage, I remain, Sir, Yours faithfully, C. A. Aylmer. For further particulars relative to the business of this line, apply to Woksi.ey, Wilson, & Co. Managing Agents, Wellington ; 'Cookson. Bowler, & Co. Ly Helton.