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Lyttelton Times, Volume XIII, Issue 786, 23 May 1860, Page 1
-TJa^, savill, & co.-s -:!! iiSSBNGER LINE' OF PACKETS *' BETWEEN L ONDON AND NEW ZEALAND.. j rntfE following" first-class clipper ships will ]_ be continued as regular traders:— . Commanders. ' Tons. SI!'I XV .....J. Stott .1200 Avalanche J. Turnbull 1200 Bo*worUl ;;..R.Chambers ......1500 Jow-.-V ..D. Stephens 1000 X""""" 1 ...J. HolUday... ....1000 A«lf' •"' ■'■"...A.King........ .1000 iAbß^te ■■■■■'" ..T. ThSnaon....; 1200 eltVAte ..E.M0ntg0mery.,....,..1200 S ondil ;:.J.EllioS „..„...;..... 800 Kf wk"1""::;::: t. Bishop ...............1200 J ld?, UCk J.Stephens ......,;....2000 SS Pen".berton...W. Harris..... 600' T^ lfi» T.Gibbs 600 The ships'of tills line are all A1 at Lloyds, and specially selected for their superior passenger Lmmodation and fast-sailing qualities. They ',p commanded by gentlemen of experience; duly ualified surgeons are carried, and no pains are I Liredto promote the health and comfort of pasei'iceM. '^Ie undersigned agents for the, above fine*fleefc of passenger ships, are authorised to arril i»e with settlers here who may be desirous of bringing their friends in Great Britain to this colony; and are prepared either to pay the passage money at once, or give security for payment on- arrival of the vessel. ■■. ; Full particulars may be obtained by applying to COOKSON, BOWLER, & CO., Lyttelton. FOR SYDNEY. mHE ELT WHITNEY will sail for Sydney I on or about WEDNESDAY, the 23rd instant. For freight and passage, apply to COOKSON, BOWLER, & CO., ;. , Agents. "~~ FOR OAMARU, THE Cutter FANNY} McLellan, Master* will leave for the above port every Week or Ten Days. Apply to DALGETY, BUCKLEY & CO., ; . Norwich Quay. FOR MELBOURNE DIRECT. - THE Brig RELIANCE, J. Smith, Master, 150 tons, will sail for Melbourne on or about WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 23rd May. ■ For freight or passage, apply to ■ E. A. HARGREAVES, May 18, 1860. • Norwich Quay. TO- MERCHANTS, CAPITALISTS, AND OTHERS. FOR SALE,—Those well-known premises, the UNION WHARF, FERRY ROAD, Comprising Three Acres of Freehold Land, having about five chains deep water Frontage. 1 Warehouse 55 x 30 feet 1 Do. 45 x 18 feet 1 Seven roomed dwelling house , 3 Four roomed cottages, out-buildings Fencing, &c, Jetty, 200 feet Crane Weigh-bridge _ Tramway, lime kiln, &c, &c, Jtang, without exception, one of the most eligible properties in Canterbury, and too well known to ■ require comment. "art of the purchase money can remain on security at 10 per cent. For further particulars apply to the Proprietor, * » fc E> J> JONES, at the Union Wharf. April 27,1860. FRUIT TREES ! ! ! FRUIT TREES ! ! ! ■ From the Australian Nursery, Camden, N.S.W. npHE undersigned is prepared to receive; •*- orders for fruit trees of every description ' J F j Forest trees, flowering, evergreen, and orna--1 mental trees and shrubs Also,—Every description of garden and agricultural seeds. • JAMES LOW, Agent, vtt> -p . . Ca'sterton Lodge. __^^icelist» forwarded on'application. JUST ARRIVED, WEVERAL Bales of 72 inch wide Grey ~. Uhco, and several bales Corn Sacks. __ Liverpool and Manchester House. A BOAT FOR SALE., strong built square-stem boat, capable of two n ,Car!? lnK tw° tons, with masts and sails and minM?V77 Owlocks ' &c- Also a first-rate small the .X • lo?S» wll| carry nearly a ton. Both Wgab m thorouS^ , and will be sold a Apply to CHAS. SMITH, ——^__ Rhodes Bay. / WILLIAM HOLMES, / LONDON STREET, LYTTELTON, Is nTc L sellin^ off c°lonial made Boots ana tshoes at moderate prices.