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Steam to Ahuriri and Wellington. "WHITE SWAN" *VjV TTf7"IIiIi Sail about the 25th instant, llilJjwJ^X^ »V and will book passengers and goods for Nelson, Lyttelton, and Otago. Wm. P. KIRKWOOD.

FOR SYDNEY. j/^vk fTIHE Clipper Barque _K^^v X "BREAD ALB AN E," £MRf& will sail TO-MORROW, Saturday , For Freight or Passage, apply to HENDERSON & MACFARLANE. November Bth, 1859.

WH.ITE STAR LINE. For Wellington, TO SAIL TO-MORROW, 12th INSTANT. /l\. HP H E Splendid Clipper Ship JM>&\ i- "MERMAID," /*tKlEyv 1200 tons register, Jas. White, Esq.., j|£Snßpl Commander. Has first-class Accommodation for Saloon and other Passengers. r Saloon Fare ~ . . . . £8 Bs. Steerage Fare £6 I*^A BOAT is in attendance daily between the hours of 10 a.m., and 4 p.m., at the Queen-street WharP, to convey on board free of charge any parties who may desire to inspect her accommodations. F. or passage, apply to O. R: STRICKLAND & CO., Queen-street Wharf.


FIEST WOOL SHIP. FOR LONDON DIRECT. /X . mHE FINE CLIPPER SHIP js&>J\ A "HARWOOD," #sr^^^\Wsi. Forsatth, Commander. This jßgSsnpß favourite vessel & REGULAR AUCKLAND TRADER, may be expected in Port about^lst November, and will commence loading- ••home" immediately on arrival. Her accommodations for all classes of Passengers cannot be surpassed, she is a fast sailer, and will be despatched with punctuality, from the splendid condition in which she discharged her last Cargo home, shippers of Wool or other produce would do well to engage freight by her. For terms of passage & freight, apply to CRUICKSHANK, SMART, & Co.

First Passenger Ship for England. i IT"*"— fPHE Fine full poop Clipper Ship MJmL X " MARY ANN," d/7&m*K&± 1000 tons burden, Wm. Ashbt, Esq, '/^|uffiH_ Commander, having been chartered from Kaipara, will call in to take Cabin Passengers, about the beginning of December. As the •• Mary Ann's " Charter Party only permits ft stay of 7 days in the port of Auckland, she will sail punctually to her time after arrival, and passengers will consequently not be annoyed by vexatious delays and expense. She is a fine roomy vessel of superior sailing qualities, having taken the 58th home last year, and come out again to Canterbury a full ship, within 8 months ; and her commander is well known, having won golden opinions for his kindness and attention to his passengers. Early application to the Undersigned is requested, %t several cabins are already engaged. BROWN & CAMPBELL, Agents. October 4th, 1859.

For the Feejee Islands. j ~v rPHE Schooner Jtifl^. X "WILLIAM POPE," jOf^KK^ 60 Tons, will leave Auckland in about u3m9Ssw a fortnight for the above Islands, if sufficient inducement offers. For Freight or Passage from or to Auckland, apply to COMBES & DALDY, or to JAMES CARMICHAEL, , Master, Late of the "Tornado." Auckland, Oct. 28th, 1859. EMIGRATION TO NEW ZEALAND. - Passage Monet, £16 and Upwards. "WHITE STAR" LINE OF LIVERPOOL AND NEW ZEALAND CLIPPERS. Sailing punctualit on the 10th of evbbt Month, FROM LIVERPOOL TO AUCKLAND AND WELLINGTON, >£.. nnHE CLIPPERS of this Line comj*^>&v JL prise some of the largest, hand/SCjes*c\ somest, and Fastest Sailing Ships in JMg»^M§» the world, viz.. Tons, Tons, Register. Burthen. Whit* Star .... 2500 . . 4000 . . Capt. T. C. Kerr. Red Jacket 1800 . . 3000 . . Capt. R. Kirby. Mbrmaid 1400 . . 2100 . . Capt. Jas. White. Tornado 1226 .. 1800 .. Capt. Aitkin. Shooting Star.. 1500.. 2250 .. Capt. E. J. Allen. Blub Jacket.... 1100.. 1700 .. Capt. Clarke. The undersigned, Agents for the above celebrated Line of Ships, are prepared to issue prepaid passenger tickets to any parties desiring to bring out their irienda to this Colony. The arrangements for all classes of passengers are on the most complete sca'e, the Saloons being furnished with bedding linen and all necessaries, and the accommodation for second cabin passengers, and other classes, of the most per feet description. Full particulars can be had on application to O. R. STRICKLAND & CO.

Messrs. Arthur Willis,, Grann, & Co's . LINE OF PACKETS BETWEEN LONDON AND NEW ZEALAND. nnHE following first-class Ships are intended to X be continued as Regular Traders :—: — • • ZeaUr.dia," Foster, 1200 Tons. "Egmont," Gibson 1100 " " Caduceus," Cass, 1500 " «• ClontaTf," Allen, 1500 « " Maori,'- 1 Petherbridge, .. 1000 " " Joseph Fletcher," . . Pook, 1000 " "Cashmere," Pearson, 1000 '• "Cresswell," Barnett, •-• ..1000 " " Maryann," Ashby 1000 " " Harirood," .' Forsayth 1000 " The Undersigned, Agents for the above splendid line of Vessels, are authorize! to arrange with settiers here who may be desirous of bringing .their friends in Great Britain out to this Colony, and are prepared either to pay the Passage Money at once to them, or to give satisfactory security for its payment on arrival of the Vessel. Further particulars on application to BROWN & CAMPBELL.

FLOUR! FLOUR!! FLOUR!!! ] nnHE Undersigned are now prepared to supply, 1 ' WHOLESALE: ! £ s. d. : Prime Flour, per ton of 2000 lbs 22 0 0 , Superior Seconds, ditto, ditto 20 0 0 Bran, per bushel of 20 lbs 0 1 2 HENDERSON & MACFARLANE. October 21st, 1859. SEVERAL HOUSES TO LET OF 3, 4 & 6 Apartments. Apply to MoLEOD & MACQUEEN, Agents, Cook-itreeti

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVI, Issue 1268, 11 November 1859

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