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Lyttelton Times, Rōrahi IX, Putanga 563, 27 Poutūterangi 1858, Page 1
FIRST WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. FOR LONDON DIRECT. nnHE splendid Aberdeen Clipper built JL ship GLENTANNER/ Captain Bruce, will sail for London direct early in February, having the greater part of her cargo engaged. :' Wool shipped by this opportunity has every chance of reaching London in time for the May sales. • The Glentanner has also excellent accommodation for a limited number of passengers.- For freight or passage, early application is necessary to ROBERT WAITT, & CO. Norwich Quay, Oct. 16th, 1857. ; nnHE Undersigned, having made arrange- JL ments for the ship Glentanner to load wool of the coming clip for London, are prepared to purchase wool and other produce at the highest market rates, or to advance upon the same consigned to their correspondents, Messrs. James Morrison & Co., Philpot Lane, London. The vessel will afford: every convenience for weighing wool on board, and it is confidently expected will be despatched in time to meet the May sales. ROBERT WAITT, & CO. Lyttelton, Oct. 15th, 1857. EDWARD GENET, GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING AGENT, Norwich Quay, Lyttelton. AGENT AT LYTT EL TON for the undermentioned Vessels : — REGULAR TRADERS. ' . .Between: Lyttelton and Wellington, Schooner Canterbury, 50 tons, Hall, Master. Between Lyttelton, Akaroa, and Timaru, Schooner Lucy James, 50 tons, Throop, Master. Between Lyttelton j Christchurch, and Akaroa, Schooner Sea Bird, 30 tons, Thomas, Master; Schooner Ocean Queen, 30 tons, Cook, Master. FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTERt - "Tons. Master. Cutter Annie............... 25, M'Cltuchie. Schooner City of London... 18, Foster. Do. Caledonia 25, Cowan. Do. Emu 30, Reynolds. Do. Emerald... 18, Simmonds. Do. Eagle 25, Clarkson. Do. Father Thames... 25, Palmer. Do: Fanny ............ 15, Leggit. Do. Gipsey 18, Clifford. Do. General Palmer... "18, Riley. Do: Hannah .25, Morrison. Cutter Julia Ann 30, Swanston. Schooner Palinurus 20, Johnston. Do. Rory O'More. 15, Gordon. Do. Waterlily 20, Green. CHARGES ON FREIGHT. FBOM CHBISTCHTTBCH QUAY. Per ton • 255. W o ql ;12s. 6d per bale Grain .........6d per bushel Bran and sharps sd. per bushel FBOM THE FEBBY. Per ton 21s. "W001.... 10s. per" bale Grain"! sd. per bushel Bran and sharps... .4d. per bushel Freights due at Lyttelton on account of any of the above Vessels will he collected on the Monday after delivery. FOR WELLINGTON, NELSON, NEW PLYMOUTH, AND AUCKLAND. THE fine fast sailing clipper schooner, HENRY, 43 tons register, John Butt, master. This vessel is expected to return from Otago in about 10 days, and, after remaining iv port 24 hours, will sail as above. For freight or passage, apply to MILES, KINGTON, & CO., Norwich Quay.