FOJK, LONDON. * .. i, ,, jffcjL HPHB Favourite Ship 700 tons, D. T. Robebts, Commander, having all her cargo engaged, will leave this porb about -- May 10th. ' Her well'known character as a passenger ship offers every inducement to parties proceeding to England. Early application i§ necessary to secure the remaining unengaged cabins in the saloon. For|freight|or passage, apply to OWEN & GRAHAM, Or CAPTAIN ROBERTS.
CIRCULAR SAW LINE OF STEAMERS. FOR TARANAKI, NELSON, PICTON, WELLINGTON, LYTTELTON, OTAGO, AND THE BLDFF. «. IX>HE favourite Steamship JJ^Kb^. 'AIREDALE,' Captain Kbnnbpy, from Onehung»,on THURSDAY, 29th instant. For freight or passage, apply to HENDERSON & MACFARLANE.
CIRCULAR SAW LINE OF STEAMERS. FOR NAPIER, WELLINGTON, LYTTELTON, OTAGO, AND THE BLUFF. # •Li^ HHHE favourite Steamship flSisfe 'LORD ASHLEY,' Captain Wo rsp, on FRIDAY, SOth instant. For ft eight or passage, apply to HENDERSON & MACFARLANE.
STEAM TO THE BAY OF ISLANDS. fTIHE s.s, gjgjJTC^ « GO-AHEAD,' Captain Gbobge Mundle, will sail for the Bay of Islando THIS DAY (Monday), at 9 o'clock p.m. For freight or pasiage, apply here to HENRY GILFILLAN, Agent ; And at Russell to S. STEPHENSON. No^ cargo oan ba received on board unlesa the shipping note is endorsed bj the Agent.
FOR TAURANGA. (Calling at intermediate ports should iuduoement offer,) •'SO^llis- 'TAURANGA will leave for above on TUESDAY, 27th instant, at 5 p.m. THOMAS MACKY, Agent. April 24, 1869.
THIS DAY, AT HALF-PAST ELEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING. npHE b.s M. Cabey, Commander, will leave the Queen-street Wharf Monday, at half -past 11 o'clock morning. Feom Graham's Towr*. Monday, at half -past 4 o'clock afternoon. Fare t Steerage, 43. This steamerhas superior Saloon and Fore-cabin accommodation, with Ladies' Cabin fore and aft, and Ladies' Stewardess. Return Tickets issueds ued at reduced fares. J. S. MACFARLANE, Agent.
THIS DAY (MONDAY), AT TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON. FROM AUCKLAND TO SHORTLAND, Returning the Same Day, THE Fast-sailing Paddle Steamer, -«***Tt?vr%> S6-horse power, ]3jg(gg 'ROYAL ALFRED.' ' TIME, TABLE. Fkom Auckland. to Shortland. Monday, A pril 26, at 12 o'clock noon. Tuesday, April 27, at 12. SO o'clock afternoon. From Giuham's Town Wham 1 . The ' Maori, Chief will leave for the • Royal Alfred.' Monday, April 26, *t4.15 o'clock afternoon. Tuesday, April 27, at 4.45 o'clock afternoon, , Steerage, 4?. RETURN TICKETS ISSUED AT REDUCED FARES. S. HAGUE SMITH.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. «k^" _~ -*"-fmr\j£ft F a y Our ite Powerful p.s. ffi*reji?y * I>UKE OF EDINBURGH, ' Captim <^H. i:t MAfeKs, will leave THIS DAY (Moridas), i' atj 9 io'olook p.m. j > and vrill take Carg£, Parcels, ko., *t usual, rates of freight. Receipt! given * on board for all goods, and greatest care of delivery'byMr.'BKOWiTj'Agent at Graham's Town, who h»s ; , bad .-great experience as Shipping Agent. Good}* for. Graham's Tow.n only. . , ■ Ailigobds'tVbe on board an hour before the time of Baiting. ' l ' ' ' f DUTHIE & CO., -- ~~"'~' " Customhouse-street.
•THET,PrONikKf(kT' ffOß'gHOßi'LAfa^ , Jfeyl^, 'ENTERPRISE NO. 2,' Captain Sxoir, leaves for Shortland, asunder: — THiaDA^tMo^yh.April 20, »t IQ-pMJ Cargo r fep Gr»UamV ~Town ancir 1 Shorllandl received up to 5.30 p.m. H. B. MORjJ3^, 81 link Custom-house-street East. BLACK-ETEt) SUSAN.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXV, Issue 3672, 26 April 1869
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