SHAW, SAYILL, & CO.'S PASSENGER LINE OF PACKETS BETWEEN LONDON AND NEW ZEALAND. THE following first-class clipper ships will be continued as regular traders: — Ships. Commanders. Tons. Mat0aktf. ; ..............W. Stevens 3000 Chile J.Turnbull 2000 Black Swan ;G. King African ...............J.Gibson .. Ida Ziegler ..W. Reynolds 2000 Matilda Wattenbach J. Goudie .2000 Kensington W.King 2000 Avalanche J. Stott 1500 Wild Duck '. W. C. Bishop 1500 Gananoque' .....W. J. Uiscon ...1500 Cashmere .C. G. Petherbridge ......1200 Asterope....... ...W. Mitchell 1200 Evening Star H. W. Norris 1200 Dona Anita............J. Smith 1000 Kinnaird...,. J. Sinclair 1000 Geelong Wm. Wallace 1000 Harwood Wm. Forsayth 1000 The ships'of this line are all A 1 at .Lloyds, and are specially selected for their superior passenger accommodation and fast-sailing qualities. They are commanded by gentlemen of experience; duly qualified surgeons are. carried, and no pains are spared to promote the health and comfort of passengers. The undersigned agents for the above fine fleet of passenger ships, are authorised to arrange .with settlers here who may be desirous of bringing their friends in Great Britain to this colony,-and are prepared either to pay the passage money at once, or give security for payment on arrival.of the vessel. Full particulars may be obtained by applying to COOKSON, BOWLER, & CO., Lyttelton. ! Lyttelton, May 15,1862. : 1911 COASTAL MAIL SERVICE. STEAM TO WELLINGTON, NAPIER, AUCKLAND, PORT CHALMERS, . AND BLUFF HARBOUR. rpHE Fast and Powerful Screw Steamer WHITE A SWAN, 300 tons, Allen A. Harper, Commander, being under contract with the Government of New Zealand for the conveyance of mails to and from the: above ports, will sail from Lyttelton as under, viz.r For Port Chalmers and Bluff Harbour, on July 2, at noon. Nor Wellington, Napier'and Auckland, on July 12, at noon. Freight and passage at current rates. For further particulars, apply to DALGETY, BUCKLEY & CO., 2325 Lyttelton and Christchurch. FOR OTAGO. THE Powerful Inter - Provincial Mail Steamer QUEEN, David Pole, Commander, will leave for the above port, carrying the English Mail, on Monday, the 14th instant. For freight or passage, apply to J. T. PEACOCK & CO. Lyttelton, July 5, 1862. 2588 OPENING OF CAVERSHAM HOUSE. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE & HOTEL. MR. PARKINSON begs to inform his friends and the public that the above well-known house will be opened as an hotel in conjunction with a private boarding house as heretofore, on TUESDAY, the 15th instant, when he trusts by every due attention in the selection of Wines, Ales, &c. to be able to add to the comfort of those who have hitherto so liberally supported him, and also to command a share of public support. 2613 LINCOLN COTTAGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL. MRS. ALABASTER will (D.V.) be prepared to receive her pupils for the 3rd Quarter, 1862, on Monday, July 21st. CHARLES ALABASTER. June 19th, 1862. 2379 CHRISTCHURCH LADIES* SCHOOL, Established eight and a half years, will Re-open on Monday, 21st inst. Mbs. CHAS. THOMSON, 2624 Salisbury Street. PIGEON BAY BOARDING SCHOOL AND ACADEMY. THE above institution will be re-opened after the Midwinter holidays, on Monday, the 14th instant. 2600 NOTICE. THE undersigned has been appointed SOLE AGENT in Akaroa for the sale of the celebrated COOKH AM BOOTS and SHOES. 1914 JAMES D. GARWOOD. ALL Persons indebted to Joseph Felton, Waimakariri Ferry, are requested to pay their accounts within one month from this date, otherwise they will be placed in a solicitor's hands for collection. And for the future no credit will be g,ven ' JOSEPH FELTON. Waimakariri Ferry, June 17,1862, 2319 ~ KAIAPOI BREWERY ALL Accounts due to the undersigned up to June 30th, for Spirits, Wines, Beer, &0., here and> at Rangiora, not settled or otherwise arranged for on or before the 31st of this month (July) will be recovered in the Resident Magistrate's Court, without further notice. RICKMAN BROTHERS. July 2nd, 1862. 2493
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