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New Zealand Spectator and Cook's Strait Guardian, Rōrahi XIX, Putanga 1988, 20 Hereturikōkā 1864, Page 1
NEW ZEALAND MAIL STEAM SERVICE.
ge-i rpiME TABLE OF THE ra^W«t -■- INTER-COLONTAL ROYAL «™a> MAIL COMPANY'S FIRST CLASS STEAMSHIPS.
AccK^ATfo; 830 tons, 150 h.p. AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY. Sydney leave 15 Auckland *™™ 22
Ditto le*™ *
Otago, 860 tons, 180 h.p.
From SYDNEY to Cook's Strait, proceeding to Otago and back, reaching SYDNEY in time for the P. and O. Company's Mail Steamer, which leaves on the 22nd of each month. Sydney len™ 15 Nelson .. 22 Wellington » 24 Lyttelton » 20 Otago 29 Lyttelton.... > 1 Nelson >> 3 Sydney arrive 10
Claud Hamilton, 800 tons, 120 h.p.
From MELBOURNE to Cook's Straits Ports and back, (transhipping passengers and freight for Napier aud Auckland on the 23rd). Melbourne leave about 9
Nelson Piston.... »» »
Wellington.. Picton •
Nelson , 27 Melbourne arrive 4
Loud Ashlbt, 500 tons, 90 h p. From AUCKLAND to PORT CHALMERS back, via EAST COAST. Auckland leave 3 Napier •> 6 Wellington • > 9 Lyttelton » H Port Chalmers 20 Lyttelton » 22 Wellington » 25 Napier , 27 Auckland. arrive 29
Phcbbe, 650 tons, 120 h.p. From MANUKAU to the BLUFF and back, COOK'S STRAIT. Manukau leave 28 Taranaki „ 29 Nelson „ 2 Picton „ 3 Wellington „ 4 Lyttelton „ 6 Port Chalmers „ 9 Bluff arrive 10 Bluff leave 12 Port Chalmers leave 15 Lyttelton „ 17 Wellington „ 19
Picton 20 Nelson.. ....«.• arrive 20 Nelson. . . . > ■ leave 22 Taranaki : .. „ 23
Manukau .' . . arrive 24
Aibedale, 500 tons, 100 h.p. Mnnnkau leave 8 Taranaki , 9 Nelson 12 Picton „ 13 Wellington „ 14 Canterbury 16 Otago 19 81uff.... arrive 20 Bluff leave 22 Otago „ 25 Canterbury „ 27 Wellington. , 29 Picton 30 Nelson arrive 30 Nelson leave % Taranaki , 3 Manukau '. . arrive 4
JOHN VINE HALL, General Manager.
20th April, 1864.
"THE GARDENS," SURRY HILLS NEAR SYDNEY,
FLOWERING PLANTS AND SHRUBS, FRUIT TREES, GARDEN REEDS.
THE undersigned begs again to thank his numerous Patrons for past favours, and has mu<>h pleasure" in informing them thtt he has n.svle many important additions to his extensive slock of Green House Plants, Fiowering and Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, Fruit Trees, foe. He can also nth confidence request attention to his excellent Stock of Garden Seeds of which he receives regular consignments from the first seedsmen in Eu-
rope. The Nursery Grounds are within a short distance of the City and Shipping, thus enabliug Export and oilier , orders being promptly and expeilitiously executed. Particular care and attention in Packing, Labelling, &c., till be bestowed oa orders from the country ami neighbouring Colonies. The correspondence will also receive faithful atten- tion. Having admitted his son as partner in his establish- ment he requests' all business letters to be addressed "John Baptist & Son." Visitors to the Gardens are informed that an Omnibus leaves the General Post Office every half hour which conveys passengers to within a few yards of the entrance to the grounds. JOHN BAPTIST. ' May 4, 18
BREAD FOR THE BUSH,
BORV/ICK'S BAKING POWDEK.
Recommended by the Queen's Private Baker, and used in the Army and Navy, is the only effective substitute for yeast. The most inexperienced may, b<r its aid, convert Flour into light Cakes in a few micnte*. It saves at least half the usual quantity of Eggs and B fit- ter in Puddings and Pastry, rendering them wholesome and delicious. It will keep for years.
NO SETTLER SHOULD BE WITHOUT A GOOD SUPPLY
Sold by all fespeetable storekeepers in the Colony, in Id., 2d. f dd., aud 6d. Pao Leu : o»a Is 2s. 6d., and ss, Tins. WHOIimLE BT GEORGE BORWICK, London Wall, London A<ad all Shippers. •** Bbt/abe >r Imitaiioks.