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For London.

PASSENGERS ONLY.

jJKk mHE fine Ship 'MERSEY,' Capt. |3p^S\ X Smith, being expected here with/>{S^»tS^ in fourteen days from Kaipara, will •BaaBSBJP* leave for Loudon on or about 25th November. Intending passengers will please apply immediately at the office of the undersigned, where a plan of toe Ships' accommodations may be seen. BROWN, CAMPBELL, & CO., Ageuta. Ist Nov., IS6I.

First Wool Ship, FOR LONDON DIRECT, /J.\l rFHE fine Al Teak-built Ship Jt&V*\ L 'NORTHUMBERLAND,' /2Mc<gKtf W - H> 1119 . Commander, having a jlgjjpgSip' large portion of her cargo engaged, will meet with e»rly despatch. This vessel offers a most desirable opportunity for first class passenger*, having a spacious poop and' well ventilated cabins. For Freight and Passage, apply to BROWN, CAMPBELL, & CO., Agents. 16th Ootober, 1861. To shippers of Wool $ ' Northuraherland.' rt\i nYHIS Ship will commeuce loading Jy^^»\ X immediately, having now about Ajjrfcj*^ 600 tons of cargo engaged, and ready JBfoffili{jjfß» to go on board. Intending shippers of Wool are requested to make early application. BROWN, CAMPBELL & CO., Agents. November 2nd, 1861.

For Valparaiso. ~LJK fI^HE First-class Clipper Brig •rifelk *- 'ISERBROOK,' ]MJ|« Captain W. Steinholz, will sail for the above .aBBEttS port TO-MORROW, Saturday, at noon. For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to D. NATHAN & CO , Agents. All accounts against the ' Iserbrook ' to be sent in

for payment not Liter than noon This Day. For Otago, PROM THE MAJTOKATJ, v \ , mHE Fme Schooner ' REBECCA,' W. T~Vivv Soutar, master, will lei ve the Manukau J^'/Jyjfcg^ for Otago on or about the 20th inst. as»s£&&a* j> or passage only apply to E. GIBBONS & CO., Onehunga, Or here to CRUICKSHANK, SMART, & CO. Auckland, November 11, 1861.

For the Otago Goldfields. FOR PASSENGERS ONLY. l^-3\ TIIHE fast sailing Brig -tl^lk -»- "SARAH," !^ra^2oo tons, W. Firth, Master, having all «SB£Ess» her cargo engaged, -will sail for the above port on the 16th inst. For rate of passage, apply on board to Capt. Firth, or to HENDERSON & MACFARLANE. Bth Nov., 1861.

For New Plymouth Direct. v"V npHE Cutter < THISTLE, 1 20 tons, J. ■•-ftilS^SL -*- Fanchild, Master, wdl leave QueenV^Tg^ street Wharf, TO-MORROW, Saturday, --v.;==y~>» the 16th inst., at 4 p.m. ■ For freight or passage, apply to COMBES & DALDY, Agents.

For Wangarei, Galling at Waipu, weather permitting. t~V^ rV.HE Fine New Schooner T.-K(K«^ J- 'MARIA JANE,' J|||g|y»3o tons burthen, Robert Ward, Master, •&*™ttr£fc ga ;i f or ft^ above port on TUESDAY next, and continue in the trade. For freight or passage apply on board, or to C. J. STONE, Queen-street Wharf. 15th November, 1861.

Wanted to Charter, /i\ L I?IRST CLASS SHIPS, to load from K|vli\ JL Calcutta Moulmein and The Rice Ports of India For the United Kingdom and the Continent. — For particulars apply to GILFILLAN & CO., Agents. Auckland, New Zealand, November 4th, 1861.

For Sale or Charter, I^rifcv H^HE well-known Clipper Schooner -fC#Ek -*: ' ELIEZER,' T^BlS^ daily expected from Otago. Is well found eSsSSasi in stores, and mady for sea immediately on Arrival. For full particulars apply to GEO. S. GRAHAM, Agent, Queen-street.

For Freight or Charter, ' I HE following will known Auckland built I CUTTERS :— Rose 45 tons Shamrock 40 " Mount Albert ..20 " Modnt Eden . 20 " Helen 15 " The undersigned owner of the above vessels, is prepared to Lighter Cargo, supply Ships with ballast and water (forced on board by a powerful engine) at current rates. Cutters for charter by the Day, Monib. or Year. J. CASEY, Custom House-street.

FOR CHARTER. THE SCREW STEAMER 'PHOENIX' Is open to engagement. Apply to J. W. CARR, Official Bay.

Violin Tuition. A YOUNG GENTLEMAN intends giving instruction to beginners on the Violin at their own residences. Terms: — Per course of twelve lessons, one lesson per week, 16s. Per course of twenty-four lessons, two lessons per week £1 4s. Pupils' names enrolled at J. Richardson's, Musicgeller, Queen-street.

Northern Assurance Company. rpHE Office of this Company is now at Canada X Buildings. - T. .«, FOr.'S.AJTIT, Agent.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVII, Issue 1452, 15 November 1861

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