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FOE LONDON DIRECT. Win, SAIL oh THE 20TH Januabt, 1565. NOW LOADING ALONGSIDE THE WHARF AND READY TO KECEIYE CARGO, mHE well-known and favorite Regular Trader 'IDA ZEIGLER,' Adhaiiaii L. Retnolds, Commander, 860 tons register, 3-3rds in Veritas, coppered and copperfastened. This celebrated clipper has made some of the fastest passages on record to this Port, and for delivery of cargo in good order ia second to none in tho New Zealand Trade. For Freight or Passage applv to DAVID NATHAN. FOR LONDON DIRECT. (Should sufficient inducement offer.) ,t c. rpHE beautiful A 1 clippcrship X 'LIGHT BRIGADE,' 1,600 tons, Hkmiv Evans, Commander, expected to arrive about the middle of December, and will commence loading immediately on discharge of her Inward Cargo. To persons about to visit England this will undoubtedly bo tho finest opportunity of the season, as she is universally acknowledged to bo ono of the finest and also fastest ships visiting this port. Has a spacious Saloon, -with large and lofty State Rooms, and every accommodation for intermediat and steerage passengers. For particulars apply to COMBES & DALDY, Agents. November -5, ISG4. FOll SYDNEY. -jTt-. rTUIE 'ALICE CAMERON' will sail with the utmost despatch. lOCNDERSONVMACFARLANE. FOll VALPARAISO DIRECT. MESSES. .T. C. GODEFFREY & SON'S LINE OF VESSELS. rtUIE Clipper Brig «REIHERSTIEG,' JL Captain W. C. J. Oriii.mann-, -will sail on SUNDAY, tlie Ist January, for tlie above port.. For freight or passage, apply to BURRA & DE HIRSCH, Agents, Fort-street. FOR FREIGHT OR CHASTER. rpilE schooner, ' 'NEVA,' Applv to HENDERSON & MACFARLANE. POll SALE, "2 * A SCHOONER, SO tons burthen -A newly coppered, very well found in sails and ground tackle. Price, low. Apply to J. CASEY, Pod Office, CAueen-strcot Wharf. FOll FREIGHT OH CHAPTER. rnHE Clipper Brig 'JANE,' IGO tons /!3?ivK\w Applv to BURRA &. DE HIRSCH, Fort-street. N OTICE. STEA JI E R 'NOVE LTY .' WILL leave the Queen-street Wharf for Flagstaff, This Day, Saturday, at the following hours, viz.:— * nunr vtiiakv, At S and 10 a.m., 2 and -1 p.m. 11ETUKNINO J'KO-'.t KI.AfiSTAVF, At 9 and 11 a.m., And 3 and o p.m. STEPHENSON & WARDELL. 30th December, 1564. NEW YEAR, 18(35. HOLIDAYS! HOLIDAYS!! HOLIDAYS!!!

rjTIIE Steamer ' Novel I y leaves the Queen-street JL Wharf on Monday and Tuesday next, 2nd and 3rd January, I'SCiT) : — you >"OJITII SHORE AND LEAVES I.AKE I'Olt I.AKIi. AUCKLAND, At 830 a.m. At 10 a.m., 1.30 p.m. 4 p.m. IOR xonrn shore, j;outii suom, At 12 o'clock, At 12.30 p.m., And 0 p.m. 7 „ Tickets : Flagstafl and back 2s. Gd. Lake 3s. 6d. STEPHENSON & WAKDELL. NOTICE. TO AI; MY AND KAVY OUT PENSIONERS JN THE AUCKLAND DISTRICT. rpHE PAYMENT of PENSIONERS for the I ensuing Quarter will bo made at the undermentioned places and dates , AUCKLAND —4th January, ISGS, at 10 a m., at the Military Accountant's Oflicc, Albert Barracks. ONEHUNGA—6tI) January, 18G5, at 11 am., at Mr. McMahon's Hotel. OTAHCHU —-llli January, 18C5, at 11 a.m., at Commissariat Office, Otahuhu. PAN MURE—GtIi January, 1865, at 11 a.m., at the Post Oflicc. HOWICK—7th January, 1565, at 9 a.m., at Mr. Crew's Hotel. Pensioners now serving in the Waika'o Regiments who cannot obtain passes to attend 011 the above days, must apply before the 20th January next and all remittances by cheque will be at the risk of the Pensioner. ALEXANDER CLERK, D.A.C.G., Military Accountant. Commissariat, Auckland, 33 rd X/ecembcr, 16GA.

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New Zealand Herald, New Zealand Herald, Volume II, Issue 355, 31 December 1864

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Herald, Volume II, Issue 355, 31 December 1864