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Ssf£s(ng* niHE NEW ZEALAND STEAM SHIPJ_ PING COMPANY'S (Limited) Steamers are appointed to leave Piclon on or about the following dates : — JANUARY. Monday, 27th. — Taranaki, for Wellington and the South. Friday, 31st. — Phcebe, for Wellington and the South. Chas. Hautmaxn, 773 Manager. For London* -£&* nnHE Splendid Iron Ship,— "HELEN BURNS," Al 800 Tons Register, Captain Malcolm, will load Produce iv Port Underwood, and i 3 appointed to sail on or about Tuksday, 18th February. ' This " magnificent vessel has superior Saloon accoainiodationj and offers a 'most favorable opportunity for intending passengers. For Freight or Passage, apply to MICPPUP. MOJU.'IPON,. SciAKDI-KS & Co. Messrs. Dodson, Full & Co , or to N. F.DWARDS & Co., ■ Agents. Blenheim, Jan. 3rd, 1873. ; 970 Mew SeaiaiMl Steam Shipping Coin Sismy (Limited), SPECIAL NOTICE. Eeduction of Farss during December and January. OSTURN TICKETS at SINGLE JQj FA RES, available for any of the Company's steamers, will bo issued during the months of December, 1872, and January, 1873. ' No Tickets issued m December will be recognised after the 31st January, 1873 ; and those issued during January will have cuiTtiricy only until the end of February, Chas. Hartmann, 780 Manager. Notice. MT Wife, Elijah ob Eyes, having left my house and removed my children therefrom without my consent, I hereby give notice that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by her. W. H. Eyes. Jan. 13th, 1873. ' NoticeMY HUSBAND, William Henry Eyes, having advertised- m the public Newspapers that I have left his house and removed his Children therefrom without his consent, 1 hereby give notice to all whom it may concern that he ordered me out of his house, and that the Children left with me of their own choice. Eltuakor Eyes. Blenheim, Jan. 15, 1873. 9 Young Ladies' Seminary, Maxwkll Road. f CONDUCTED by MUS. COLLINS. \.J Terms — For Day Pupils (per quarter), £1 Is.; Music Lessons (per quarter), £l Is. Payable m advance. 961 Queen. €lisu*lottc Gold Mining Company (Ecgfisteretl). '"pHE First CALL of ONE SHILLING JL per Share has been made payable at the Office of the Company on Wednesday, February 12th. • By order of the Directors, CHAUI.KS J. (iI'.KKNT.AW, Manager. Picton, Jan. 10th, 1873. 3 IMueatiotf. MRS. T. COLLINS School will REOPEN, on Monday, January 27th, 1873. A vacancy for two or three young Ladies as Boarders. Maxwell Road, Dec. 30th, 1872. 962 ©ok Point Road. THE STOPPING of this .ROAD will be DKFEIUIED till February lst> 1873. . C. Gou'LTEn.Dec. 31st 1872. 963

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Marlborough Express, Volume VIII, Issue 468, 25 January 1873

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Marlborough Express, Volume VIII, Issue 468, 25 January 1873

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