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Shipping Notices. FOR WELLINGTON, PICTON, NELSON, TARANAKI, AND MANAKAU. r FHE Panama, New JL Zealand, and Australian Royal Mail Company's fine Steam ship AUCKLAND, J. Hagley, Commander, is appointed to sail for the above ports on or about TUESDAY, 19th June, at noon. Taking through passengers for Panama, the West Indies, England &c., to join the Kaikoura at Wellington. For freight or passage apply to MILES & CO. Lyttelton and Christchurch. 1018 FOR AUCKLAND. NOW lying at the Heathcote, and will be despatched in a few days, the fine new Schooner PAS I A , For freight or passage apply to GEORGE BOOTH, Lichfield Street, or CAPT. SULLIVAN, 1116 .On Board. SYDNEY .via NEWCASTLE, N.S.W. HE SPLENDID Al CLIPPER SHIP KING OF ITALY, 1365 tons Register, M. S. Meebdith, Commander, Will Sail on or about ■ SATURDAY, the 16th INST. Fakes— Cabin £8 0 Steerage ... 510 Apply to T. RITCHIE & CO., Agents. Lyttelton, June 11, 1866. 1031 FOR WELLINGTON, PICTON, NELSON TARANAKI, AND THE MANUKAU. THE N.Z.S.N. Co.'s new favourite Steamship TARANAKI, ' H. B. Fbancis, Commander, Will arrive from Dunedin and the Bluff on WEDNESDAY, THE 20th INST., And sail at Two p.m. for the above ports. As this vessel will carry the first mail for Europe via Panama to Wellington, and tranship the same to the Panama Company's steamer Kaikoura, passengers proceeding by the above steamer Taranaki will be in time to secure their passage in Wellington. For freight or passage apply to J. DRUMMOND MACPHERSON, 1124 . Lyttdtonand Christchurch. NOTICE. SHIP KING OF ITALY. ALL CLAIMS against the above vessel must be rendered in du plicate to the undersigned JUNE 16th, or they will not be recognised. T. RITCHIE & CO., Agents. Lyttelton, June 14, 1866. 1125 Ensiness l^ticesNOTICE TO STATION MASTERS AND OTHERS. mHE Undersigned is a Cash Buyer of X Tallow. H. A. BLACK, Aikman and Wilson's Buildings. June 1, 1866. c 845 SOMERSET NURSERY. GEORGE STREET, PARRAMATTA. I HAVE much pleasure in intimating to the public in general of this and the adjacent colonies that I have added considerably to my stock of Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, &c., and beg to proffer my thanks to those who have so liberally supported me since my commencement in business. My stock of Fruit Trees, I venture to say, is the fineßt in New South Wales, I heg to assure the public in general, that my highest ambition is to give satisfaction ; to all of whom I give special invitation to visit Somerset Nursery, and flatter myself that they will pronounce it, for utility and effect, neatness and order, the only emporium in the colony, bidding fair ultimately to bear comparison with many of the fair-famed British Nurseries. My new descriptive Catalogue for 1366 and 1867 is now ready, and I shall he happy to forward the same, by post or otherwise/on application. JAMES PURCHASE, Somerset Nursery, Parramatta,N,S.W. 740 THE BIGHT MAN IN TIL'. RIGHT PLACE. W. H. M'KELLOW BEGS to return his most sincere thanks to his numerous friends and the public of Canterbury, for the very liberal support lie has received during months he has carried on business at Toms Coffee House. His term of occupation haying expired, he has fitted up another establishment two doors from the old one, on the most approved London style, with increased accommodation, and he begs to assure the public that nothing sha be wanting on Impart to give general satisfaction as heretofore, hoping thereby to secure a fair share of public patronage. Tea, Coffee, and Meals from 7 in the morning till 11 at night. BOARD AND LODGING. Uncle Tom's Coffee and Dining Booms, four doors from City Hotel. 941

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Lyttelton Times, Volume XXV, Issue 1716, 16 June 1866

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