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New Zealand Spectator and Cook's Strait Guardian, Volume IX, Issue 800, 2 April 1853, Page 2
A Barque STATELY, 600 tons re- • ft ** fc gister, Thomas Ginder commander ; will sail for London direct about the 15th April. For passage, having only one stern and one poop cabin disengaged, apply to BETHUNE & HUNTER,
XETIN & CO., or W. B. RHODES & CO. Exchange Buildings, March 31, 1853.
For London, To follow the STATELY.
T^HE fine new first-class clipper jffip X Barque LORD NELSON, 400 tons (belonging to the Southern Whale Fishery Company), Benjamin Dobson commander ; will sail as above with all des- patch. For freight or passage, apply to i BETHUNE & HUNTER. Exchange Buildings, March 31, 1853.
For Sydney, (With liberty to call at New Plymouth),
jgSjk THE finefast sailing A 1 Barque >awy x TASMANIA, 600 tons register, mHa f Km w. H..S. M'Millan commander; will sail for Sydney about the 6th iast. This ship has first class accommodations for cabin or steerage passengers, and freight will be taken at customary rates. For freight or passage, apply to i BETHUNE A HUNTER. - Ea&htnge Buildings, '
v &" For Sydney. "Aife> HP HE fine frigate built ship «HP A HASH&MY,7OO tons register, 'IpS!^'' John Ross commander, daily expected frpniiLytteUon, will sail for Sydney direct, a (e^b&ys after her arrival here. Sifts ship has splendid accommodation for (Jawb and steerage passengers. t For freight and passage, apply to BETHUNE & HUNTER. Exchange Buildings March 19, 1853.
jggs. nnHE fine fast sailing Schooner jfiP X DESPATCH, 170 tons register, •^^^ James Rogers commander, expected from Lyttelton about the 15th April*; will sail for Sydney a few days after her arrival in* this Port. This vessel has good accommodation for cabin and steerage passengers. For freight or passage, apply to BETHUNE & HUNTER. Exchange Buildings, April 1, 1853.
*«». splendid first class Ship jfife •*■ ROYAL ALBERT, 800 tons - *"^T r register, R. M. Norris commander ; will lai) for Nelson in abont ten days. This fine ihip hai excellent accommodation for Cabin and steerage passengers. For freight or passage, apply to BETHUNE & HUNTER. Exchange Buildings, March 31, 1853.
Fox Port Vhillip,
"53*. T^HE well known regular JS»f •*■ trader TORY, 600 tons register, *^^^" w JameB Row commander, expected from Port Phillip within three weeks, will take in cargo, and return to Port Phillip direct without delay. This vessel has spacious and good accommo- dation for cabin or steerage passengers, and freight will be taken at current rates. For freight or passage, apply to
BETHUNE & HUNTER. Exchange Buildings, April 2, 1853. .N.B.— - Parties wishing to secure room for freight are requested to make early applica- tion.
pONSIGNEES of Goods per ROYAL ALBERT are requested to pass Entries and send for their Goods without delay, as the Ship is ready to discharge, BETHUNE & HUNTER, Agents. Exchange Buildings, April 1, 1853.
On Sale, ex " Royal Albert."
OA HHDS. TRUMAN'S PORTER 56 packages, Prints, Calicoes, Sheetings, Drills, Ducks, Bed-ticks, Diapers, Hand- kerchiefs, Chintzes, &c, &c. 6 trunks Boots and Shoes, &c, &c. 20 tons Liverpool Salt 40 English Coals 12 casks Soda I 2 tons White Lead I 1 ton, Black, Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green Paints 4 kegs Patent Driers 36 cans Boiled and Raw Oil 2 casks Putty 15 barrels Stockholm Tar 20 „ Coal Tar And various other Goods. BETHUNE & HUNTER. Exchange Building*, March 31, 1853.
To be MU.
'PHAT Commodious COTTAGE, con- x taining §jx Booms, with quarter of an Acre Freehold Land, on Te Aro, known as " Mount Cook Cottage," at present occupied by Mrs. H. Symons. For particulars, apply to BETHUNE & HUNTER. Exchange Buildings. February 17, 1855.
Fort Cooper CheesQ. A CHOICE Lot from best Dairies "^ per Minerva. JAMES M'BETH. March 9, 1853.