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New Zealand Spectator and Cook's Strait Guardian, Rōrahi IX, Putanga 787, 16 Huitanguru 1853, Page 2
HPHE Undersigned has received invoices per " Minerva," daily expected, containing the following Merchandise : — Black, Sky Blue, Dark Blue, Light Drab, Violet, Grenat, Cuba, Ponceau, Emerald, and Myrtle Greens, Chocolate, Dark Drab, White, and other French Merinos Black, White, Crimson, Blue, Sky, Rose, and Steel Sarsnets Black and White Satins Black Gros de Naples, Rose and Blue Gros d Afnque, Glace Moire Black. White, and Figured Silft and French Plush One case of assorted Dolls Very superior Cloaking, Barboor and Louise Robes Superior Alpacas 6 pieces Eraprime*, Orleans, Colonnade Dresses Vicuna Clothing, and Stufis for Cloaks Drab and Black do., Woollen Shawls Black, White, Sky, and Pink Aerophane Crepes Narrow Fancy Ribbons, Bonnet and Sash do. Worsted Lace, Fancy Velvet for throat and wrists. Worsted Braids Crape Cord, all descriptions of Purses Smelling Bottles, White Purse and Sewing Silk, China do., Coloured Algenne Braid Fancy do., Black and Coloured Mohair Black and White Silk Fringes Drawing Trimmings, Crochet Hooks and Cases Shawl Pins, Pearl Studs, Terry Velvets Ladies' Silk Gloves, &c. The above were assorted with care and judg- ment, and will be sold at moderate prices. THOS. K. WARBURTON. Febraary 16, 1553.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
PARTIES Insured in the ahove Office x are requested to apply for their Policies between the Hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Wm. BOWLER, SONS, & CO., Agents. Lambton-quay, February 16, 1853.
Oysters! Oysters! JUST received, a fresh supply of the v above from Queen Charlotte Sound. At JOHN WALDEN'S, Clay Point. February 15, 1853.
I Church of England Education Society. | fpHE adjourned Meeting of the Society I ■*- will be held at the School Room, Thorndon, oiiMondat Evening, 21st February, at half- past seven. His Lordship the Bishop of New Zealand will preside. J. C. RAYMOND, Secretary. N.B. — A. collection will be made. Members of the Church of England are informed that a genera] meeting, for tbe purpose of -consi- dering the proposed Church Constitution and other matters, will be held at tbe close of the School meeting. Wellington, February 16, 1853.
First Vessel for the Gold Diggings. FOR PASSENGERS ONLY. «£j!g- THE fine fast-sailing Briar | ggjg *■ EXCHANGE, Captain Cook, will sail on Satvkdat next, the 19th instant.- Apply to CAPT. COOK on Botrd, Or to ROBERT, WAITT. Wellington, February 16, 1553.
First Wool Ship of this Season for London. TO SAIL IN FEBRUARY.
;gjk '"THE fine first-class Barque ffiag STATELY, 600 tons, T. Ginder Wl^*** commander, will commence loading on return from Otago. This ship will call in at Port Cooper and Cloudy Bay on the way up, to receive what wool may be ready, and is expected to be there about end of November. For freight or passage having very superior accommodations, and the bulk of her cargo already engaged, Apply to Misski. BETHUNE & HUNTER. n LEVIN & CO.. or W. B. RHODES & CO. Wellington, October 23, 1852.
Pirst Vessel fox Port Cooper, On her return from the Kaikoras, • *£j& HPHE fine fast-sailing schooner jggg A WELLINGTON, Captain Fer- guson. For freight or passage, apply on board, or to ROBERT WAITT. Wellington, February 2, 1853.
! Pot Rangitikei, aggt npHE Cutter WILLIAM, jM» 15 tons ; to sail in a week. m^^ gm For freight, apply to Wm. HICKSON & CO. N. B. — A Master wanted for the above Vessel ; one who is acquainted with the river. Wellington, December 18, 1852.
Por Port Victoria and. Akaroa, ■ a£». np H E well-known Cutter x CATHERINE ANN. irt^tfH- For freight or passage, apply to . HERVEY, JOHNSTON, & CO.
On her return voyage to Wellington, the Catherine Ann will call at Pigeon Bay and Akaroa. , February 12, 1853.
Por Port Phillip direct,
*«». 'T'HEfinefast-sailingbrigantirie -»- MUNFORD, Toohig 'master. **^iTC' p or caDm an( j intermediate passen- gers only, apply to Captain Toohig on board, ° r t0 ROBERT WAITT. Wellington, February 2, 1853.
Wanted, A SITUATION as STOCKMAN -^- Apply at the Offlee of this Paper. January 29, 1853.