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TO SHIPPING ADVERTISEMENTS.

SOUTHERN CROSS PAPER 6TH JANUARY 1860

FOR LONDON DIRECT

The fine Clipper Barque
‘CATHERINE PEMBERTON'
A1. At Lloyds, 313 ton register, WILLIAM HARRIS, Commander, will commence loading immediately on arrival from Lyttleton, and having dead weight and greater portion of her Gum and Wool Freight already engaged,
WILL MEET WITH IMMEDIATE DISPATCH
Passenger will find her provided with every comfort, and in charge of an able and much respected Commander.
Wool, Gum, and other Freight for Shipment by this vessel,
STORED RENT FREE.
BAIN, GRAHAME & CO
Fort-street, 18th November 1859




FIRST PASSENGER SHIP FOR ENGLAND

The fine full-poop Clipper Ship.
‘MARY ANN'

1000 tons burden, Wm ASHBY, Esq, Commander, having been chartered from Kaipara, will call in to take Cabin Passengers, about the end of the month.
As the ‘Mary Ann's' Charter Party only permits a stay of 7 days in the port of Auckland, she will sail punctually to her time after arrival. And passengers will consequently not be annoyed by vexatious delays and expense. She is a fine roomy vessel of superior sailing qualities, having taken the 58th home last year, and come out again to Canterbury a full ship, within 8 months, and her Commander is well know, having, won golden opinions for his kindness and attention to his passengers.
Early application to Undersign is requested, as several Cabins are already engaged.
BROWN & CAMPBELL
Agents.
December 21st 1859.



FOR LONDON DIRECT

To Sail on 15th January 1860 from Lyttleton Canterbury.
The well know A1 Ship.

‘CASHMERE'

640 tons Register, JOHN BYRON, Commander.



To Sail on 1st February 1860 from Lyttleton Canterbury.
The well known A1 Ship.

‘ZEALANDIA'

1031 tons Register JOHN FOSTER, Commander.
These fine vessels were built expressly for New Zealand Trade, and have superior accommodation, with comfort, for Chief Cabin, second third class passengers.
For particulars, apply to.
BROWN CAMPBELL.

December 27th 1859.



FIRST SHIP FOR LONDON.

Now Loading at the Queen-street Wharf.
The beautiful Clipper Ship.
‘HARWOOD'

Wm FORSAYTH, Commander. This fine vessel and register Auckland Trader, is now lying along side The Queen-street Wharf loading for London direct, and having most of her Cargo engaged, will leave about 15th January.
Capt. Forsayth and his ship are now well known in Auckland, and intending passengers will find her accommodations for all classes unsurpassed.
For high freight and passage, having only a few cabins disengaged, early application is necessary to.
CRUICKSHANK, SMART & CO



‘WHITE STAR' LINE
NOTICE TO ALL SHIPPERS OF WOOL AND PASSENGERS FOR ENGLAND.
Now loading in WELLINGTON.
The Celebrated Australian Clipper Ship.

‘MERMAID'
of 1320 tons Register, will sail punctually SATURDAY, the 28th January 1860
FOR LONDON
Passengers will be conveyed at those rates from this port by steamer to join the Ship at Wellington.
This Ship has earned a most favourable reputation in the Australian and New Zealand Passenger Trade for speed and comfort. She is, as formerly, under the command of Captain JAMES WHITE, who has always won the good esteem of all classes of passengers.
The Saloons are elegantly furnished and passengers in this class are found on Beds and Bedding, and every requisite.
The Second Cabins and other accommodation are arranged with the view of meeting the comforts and requirements of passengers, and a most liberal dietary scale will be provided.
Wool and other Cargo taken at current rates.
Saloon Fare, £55 to £60
Second Class, £35 to £40
Steerage. £25 and £20
For plans of Saloon, dietary scales, and all other information, apply to
O. R. STRICKLAND & CO
Queen-street Wharf




FOR CALLAO DIRECT
The Splendid A1. Clipper Ship
‘SHOOTING STAR'
EDWARD J. ALLEN, Esq, Commander
This fine vessel will sail for the above named port about the 5th prox.
As her, accommodations unsurpassed, she offers a most favourable conveyance for passages for Europe, &c, via Panama.
For freight, which will be taken at moderate rate, or passage, apply to
Capt ALLEN, on board.
O. R. STRICKLAND & CO
Queen-street Wharf.