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"BLACK BALL" LINE
BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN EX-ROYAL MAIL PACKETS.
The above line despatch their celebrated Clipper Ships Monthly from LONDON and LIVERPOOL for MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, and QUEENSLAND; and are well known, both for their superior Accommodation and rapid Passages, to be the most desirable conveyances afloat.
From LONDON, on the 25th of each Month.
" LIVERPOOL " " " 5th
Taking Passengers to SYDNEY, ADELAIDE, HOBART TOWN, and LAUNCESTON at Through Rates.
From LONDON, on the 12th of each Month.
£30 LAND ORDERS
TO ALL CLASSES PAYING FULL FARES.
From LONDON, on the 25th of each Month.
" LIVERPOOL " " 10th " "
For all particulars as to Freight and Passage, apply to all authorised Agents for the "Black Ball" Line, or to
JAMES BAINES & Co., Liverpool;
T. M. MACKAY & CO.,
1, Leadenhall Street, LONDON.
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AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND OUTFITS.
GOY & CO.,
36, LEADENHALL STREET, LONDON,
HOSIERS, SHIRT MAKERS,
Boot Makers, and Hatters,
OUTFITTERS TO MOST OF THE FIRST NEW ZEALAND COLONISTS,
Inform intending Emigrants to New Zealand and the Australian Colonies that their General Outfitting Stock is always on view, they now having had many years' experience in the Trade, are thoroughly acquainted with, and keen every article necessary for a Settler's Outfit.
Priced Lists of Outfits forwarded by post to any part of the Country.
SHIP FURNITURE, BEDDING, & MESS UTENSILS FOR CABIN OR STEERAGE PASSENGERS.
CABINS FITTED AND BAGGAGE SHIPPED.
GOY & Co.
36, LEADENHALL STREET, LONDON.
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PROTECTION FROM FIRE.
IMPORTANT TO BUYERS OF MATCHES, WAX VESTAS, &c.
BRYANT & MAY,
Manufacturers and Importers of all kinds of
MATCHES, WAX VESTAS, AND CIGAR LIGHTS.
BRYANT & MAY'S Patent Safety Matches contain no Phosphorus! are not Poisonous! and Light only on the Box.
BRYANT & MAY'S Patent Match Holder, for the Patent Safety Matches.
BRYANT & MAY'S Victoria Paraffin Matches, Damp-proof and without smell.
BRYANT & MAY'S Royal Wax Vestas, in Japanned Tin and Fancy Card Boxes, of all sizes.
BRYANT & MAY'S Vesuvians, Sunlights, and Flaming Fusees.
BRYANT & MAY, sole Importers of the well know Jonkopings Tandstickors. BRYANT & MAY, sole Importers of the Svenska and other Tandstickors.
Bryant & May carefully prepare and pack the above for exportation, and guarantee them suitable for all climates.
Manufactory--FAIRFIELD, BOW, LONDON, E.
Offices and Warehouses-WHITECHAPEL ROAD, LONDON, E.
INVALUABLE IN THE COLONIES.
THE "EXCELSIOR" PRIZE MEDAL
Family Sewing & Embroidering Machine,
WITH ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS.
IS THE SIMPLEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST.
Easy to operate, simple to learn, and not liable to derangement. Sews from two ordinary reels, requires no re-winding, and the seams, if cut at every inch, will not rip.
It is eminently adapted for Family Sewing.
It will Hem, Fell, Stitch, Gather, Quilt, Braid, and Embroider in very superior manner, and with the most wonderful rapidity.
Price, from Six Guineas.
WHIGHT & MANN,
143, HOLBORN BARS, LONDON, E.C.,
Manufactory--GIPPING WORKS, IPSWICH.
"MELBOURNE AGE," Daily, "MELBOURNE WEEKLY AGE," and the "MELBOURNE LEADER," Weekly.
MR. F. ALGAR is our appointed AGENT to receive Advertisements and Subscriptions, to whom all applications should be made. --E. and D. Syme, Proprietors, Melbourne.
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BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES.
Incorporated by Act of the Colonial Legislature in 1850, and confirmed by Her Majesty in Council. CAPITAL.. £1,000,000. RESERVE FUND.. £333,333.
HEAD OFFICE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
The Board of Directors grant Letters of Credit, payable on demand, and Bills of Exchange at Three and Thirty Days' sight, on the undermentioned Establishments of the Corporation.
BRANCHES:-- NEW SOUTH WALES.
Maitland. Tamworth. Adelong. Penrith. Camden.
Newcastle. Glen Innes. Gundagai. Goulburn. Grafton.
Albury. Deniliquin. Orange. Wagga Wagga. Burrowa.
Bathurst. Windsor. Richmond. Wellington. Sofala.
Melbourne. Ballarat. Ararat. Chiltern Agency. Linton.
Geelong. Sandhurst. Maldon. Inglewood. Echuca.
Kyneton. Beechworth. Wangaratta. Creswick. Mansfield.
Brisbane. Ipswich. Rockhampton. Toowoomba. Bowen. Townsville,
Auckland. Lyttelton. Dunedin. Wanganui. Hokitika.
Wellington. Christchurch. Invercargill. Nelson.
And also on the Commercial Bank of Van Dieman's Land at Hobart Town and Launceston.
The Directors also negotiate approved Bills of Exchange and send them for collection, drawn on any of the Australian and New Zealand Colonies.
The Royal Bank of Scotland, Stuckey's Banking Company, the Manchester and Liverpool District Bank, the North and South Wales Bank, Birmingham Joint-Stock Bank (limited), and the National Bank in Ireland, are authorised to grant Credits on this Bank at the several establishments in Australia and New Zealand, and will negotiate Bills drawn on these Colonies. By order of the London Board,
No. 64, Old Broad Street, London. . . JOHN CURRIE, Secretary.
The Second Edition (page 188) of the Translation of the Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians in London, by Dr. G. F. Collier, published by Longman and Co.:-- "It is no small defect in this compilation (speaking of the Pharmacopaeia) that we have no purgative mass but what contains aloes, yet we know that haemorrhoidal persons cannot bear aloes, except it be in the form of
which chiefly consist of aloes, scammony, and colocynth, which I think are formed into a sort of compound extract, the acridity of which is obviated, I suspect, by an alkaline process, and by a fourth ingredient (unknown to me) of an aromatic tonic nature. I think no better and no worse of it for its being a patent medicine. I look at it as an article of commerce and domestic convenience, and do not hesitate to say it is the best made Pill in the kingdom; a muscular purge, a mucous purge, and a hydrogogue purge combined, and their effects properly controlled by a dirigent and corrigent. That it does not commonly produce haemorrhoids like most aloetic Pills, I attribute to its being thoroughly soluble, so that no undissolved particles adhere to the mucous membrane."
COLONIAL NEWSPAPER AGENCY,
ADVERTISEMENTS and Subscriptions are received for Newspapers published in Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, Cape of Good Hope, Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward's Island, Malta, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, West India Islands, and British India, by the undersigned sole Agent.
F. ALGAR, 11, Clement's Lane, Lombard-street.
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Drawers in Two Parts.
NOTICE TO COLONISTS AND EMIGRANTS.
MONNERY & Co.,
CABIN FURNITURE MAKERS,
CLOTHIERS & GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 165, FENCHURCH ST., LONDON,
Supply Outfits for all Classes at Wholesale Prices.
Cabins Fitted and Berths Fixed at an Hour's notice.
SHOW ROOMS FOR CABIN FURNITURE.
Cabin Furniture, Sea Chests, Overland Trunks, Sea Beds, Blankets, Sheets, Counterpanes, Life Belts, Cabin Filters, Towels, Iron Bedsteads, Tents, &c., &c.
MONNERY'S PATENT EMIGRANT STOVES are the Best & Cheapest ever Invented (see Illustrated List).
Hosiery, Gloves, Cravats, Shirts, Waterproofs, Flannel Shirts, Tweed Suits, Serge do., Leather Gaiters, Carpet and Leather Bags, &c., &c.
Passengers' Baggage Warehoused Free of Charge, and carefully Shipped if required.
Portable Furniture for Some and Colonial Use.
Illustrated Catalogues and Emigrants' Guide to Out at Sea free, or by post for one stamp.
All Goods Delivered Free on Board Ship.
MONNERY & CO., 165, FENCHURCH ST., LONDON.
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The New Zealand Insurance Company.
ESTABLISHED AT AUCKLAND IN 1859,
CAPITAL £250,000, UNLIMITED LIABILITY,
Underwrite, through the Medium of their London Agents, MERCHANDISE, PASSENGERS' BAGGAGE, &c.,
TO ALL THE
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIAN PORTS,
AT THE USUAL RATES OF PREMIUM.
Claims settled and paid either in London, Sydney, Melbourne, or at the different Ports of New Zealand, at the Insurer's option.
HEAD OFFICE:-- FRASER'S BUILDINGS, AUCKLAND.
Chairman--THOMAS HENDERSON, Esq., M.G.A.
DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN-- S. BROWNING, Esq.
ALFRED BUCKLAND, Esq. JOHN H. BURNSIDE, Esq. HUGH COOLAHAN, Esq. WILLIAM C. DALDY, Esq. DAVID GRAHAM, Esq.
WALTER K. GRAHAM, Esq. Hon. THOS. RUSSELL, Esq., M.G.A. C. J. STONE, Esq. WM. C. WILSON, Esq. JAS. WILLIAMSON, Esq., M.G.A.
G. P. PIERCE, Esq., Manager.
WELLINGTON ................ Messrs. BETHUNE & HUNTER.
NELSON .................... Messrs. CURTIS BROTHERS.
LYTTELTON, CHRISTCHURCH ... CANTERBURY.. Messrs. J. M. HEYWOOD & Co.
DUNEDIN, OTAGO.............. EDWARD CHALMERS, Esq.
INVERCARGILL................. WILLIAM RUSSELL, Esq.
SYDNEY...................... ROBERT GILFILLAN, Esq.
MELBOURNE.................. Messrs. FALLEN STEIN & McKECHNEY.
ADELAIDE.................... HERRIOT, FULLARTON & Co.
For further particulars, apply to the Company's Agents,
BOWLEY & BRISTOW, 74, Cornhill, London, E.C.
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UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA.
Paid-up Capital, £1,250,000. Reserve Funds, £400,000.
HEAD OFFICE--38, OLD BROAD STREET, LONDON.
ROBERT BROOKS, Esq., M.P. ROBERT CAMPBELL, Esq. ROBERT CARTER, Esq. JAMES JOHN CUMMINS, Esq.
FREDK. G. DALGETY, Esq. WILLIAM FANNING, Esq. CHAS. HENRY MILLS, Esq. EDWARD P. W. MILES, Esq.
SIR CHAS. NICHOLSON, Bart. SIR HY. WATSON PARKER. JAMES BOGLE SMITH, Esq. WILLIAM WILSON, Esq.
AGENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN.
The National Provincial Bank of England.
The London and County Bank.
The Bank of Liverpool, Liverpool.
The Gloucestershire Banking Co., Gloucester, &c.
The County of Gloucester Bank, Gloucester, &c.
The Devon and Cornwall Banking Co., Plymouth.
Messrs. Baillie, Cave, Baillie & Co., Bristol
Messrs. Sir William Miles, Bart., & Co., Bristol
Messrs. Grant, Gillman & Long, Portsmouth.
Messrs. Bolithos, Sons & Co., Penzance, etc.
Messrs. Tweedy, Williams & Co., Truro, &c.
Messrs. Foster & Co., Cambridge, &c.
Lloyd's Banking Company, Birmingham,
The Town and District Bank,
Messrs. Beckett & Co., Leeds
Messrs. William Williams, Brown & Co., Leeds
Messrs. Claypons, Garfit & Co., Boston, &c.
The Northamptonshire Union Bank, Northampton.
The Lancaster Banking Co., Lancaster, &c.
The Halifax and Huddersfield Union Bank.
The Bank of Ireland.
The Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin.
The Northern Banking Company, Belfast.
The National Bank of Scotland.
The Commercial Bank of Scotland.
The Union Bank of Scotland.
The City of Glasgow Bank.
Jameison (Gipps Land).
NEW SOUTH WALES.
Brisbane (Moreton Bay).
TASMANIA (VAN DIEMAN'S LAND).
Napier (Hawke's Bay).
Inspector and General Manager. --JOHN McMullen, Esq., Melbourne.
Assistant Inspectors. --JOHN SIMPSON, GEORGE COWIE, and ALEX, SUTHERLAND, Esqrs.
The Directors of this Bank grant Letters of Credit, or Bills at 8 or 80 Days' Sight, upon their Branches, at the customary rates, on the money being deposited. They also negotiate and send for collection Bills on the Colonies, the terms for which may be obtained on application at this Office.
H. W. D. SAUNDERS, Manager.
BANK OF NEW ZEALAND,
Incorporated by Act of General Assembly, 29th July, 1861.
Bankers to the General Government of New Zealand, the Provincial Governments of Auckland Canterbury. Otago, &c., &c.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, £500,000. RESERVE FUND £143,000.
JAMES WILLIAMSON, Esq., M. G. A., President.
SAMUEL BROWNING, Esq.
THOMAS HENDERSON, Esq., M. G. A.
RICHARD RIDINGS. Esn.
THOMAS RUSSELL, Esq., M. G. A.
GEORGE B. OWEN, Esq.
C. J. STONE, Esq.
D. L. MURDOCH, Esq., Inspector. ALEXANDER KENNEDY, Esq., General Manager
LONDON OFFICE--50, OLD BROAD STREET, CITY.
LOCAL DIRECTORS IN LONDON.
WM. S. GRAHAME, Esq.
ROBERT PORTER, Esq.
F. LARKWORTHY, Esq.
J. L. CAMPBELL, Esq.
WILLIAM BOUTCHER, Esq.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES AT Blenheim, Christchurch, Dunedin, Invercargill, Kaiapoi, Lyttelton, Napier, Nelson, Newcastle, New Plymouth, Oamaru. Picton, Russell, Timaru, Wanganui, Wellington, Hokitika, Aytoun, Greymouth, Kildare, Okarito, Ross, Waimea, Dunstan, Dunstan Creek, Lawrence, Macrae's Flat, Manuherikia, Mount Ida, Nevis, Nokomai, Queenstown, Tokomairiro, Waikouaiti, Wetherstone.
The Bank of New Zealand, London, purchases Bills against produce, collects Bills, Cheques, and New Zealand Bank Notes, and transacts every description of Banking business connected with New Zealand on the most favourable terms.
50 OLD BROAD STREET, LONDON F. LARKWORTHY, Managing Director,
50, Old Broad Street, London, October 1866.
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J. DEFRIES & SONS,
MANUFACTUREES OF THE
PATENT ASTRA BURNER,
FOR MINERAL OIL, No. 1, 271.
Astra, Petroleum, & Kerosene Lamps on Show. New Designs.
Lamps and Chandeliers for India and other Markets.
ASTRA PATENT LAMP.
ASTRA PATENT LAMP.
J. DEFRIES AND SONS
Beg to call the special attention of Merchants and the Trade to their
NEW PATENT ASTRA BURNER,
With Circular Wick,
And improved method for fixing Cotton, which, for simplicity of construction, great brilliancy of light, perfect combustion, and its entire freedom from heat, surpasses everything that has yet been introduced.
TABLE GLASS, CHINA, AND EARTHENWARE.
Hotel, Club, Mess, and Furnishing Orders for the above Goods Promptly Executed.
ALEXANDRA DINNER SERVICES,
For Twelve Persons, £1. 18s. 6d.
J. DEFRIES and SONS will Contract for Lighting Towns, Streets, Railways, Manufactories, and Workshops with a Light equal to Gas, at a much less Cost.
CRYSTAL AND BRONZED CHANDELIERS.
New Designs for the Dining and Drawing Room, either for Gas or Candle.
REGISTERED THREE-LIGHT CRYSTAL CHANDELIERS.
FROM 50s. EACH.
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Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE.
The ORIGINAL and ONLY RECIPE for the Manufacture of "CHLORODYNE" was confided by DR. BROWNE, the sole Inventor and Discoverer, to J. T. DAVENPORT.
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM, SPASMS, DYSENTERY, DIARRHEA, &c.
CAUTION "IN CHANCERY."
VICE-CHANCELLOR WOOD stated that Dr. J. Collis Browne was undoubtedly the Inventor of Chlorodyne; that the whole story of the defendant Freeman was deliberately untrue. Eminent hospital Physicians of London stated that Dr. J. Collis Browne was the discoverer of Chlorodyne; that they prescribe it largely, and mean no other than Dr. Browne's. --See Times, July 13, 1864. The public, therefore, are cautioned against using any other than Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE.
THIS INVALUABLE REMEDY produces quiet refreshing sleep, relieves pain, calms the system, restores the deranged functions, and stimulates healthy action of the secretions of the body, without creating any of those unpleasant results attending the use of opium. Old and young may take it at all hours and times, when requisite.
EARL RUSSELL has graciously favoured J. T. DAVENPORT with the following:--
Extract of a Despatch from Mr. Webb, H. B. M.'s Consul at Manilla, dated Sept. 17, 1864.
"The remedy most efficacious in its effects (in Epidemic Cholera) has been found to be Chlorodyne, and with a small quantity given to me by Dr. Burke, I have saved several lives."
Dr. LOWE, Medical Missionary, India, states in his Report, December, 1865, that in nearly every case of Cholera in which Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne was administered, the patient recovered.
EXTRACTS OF LETTERS.
From J. D. H. (Times, Aug. 80, 1865).--"I have found in Cholera no remedy more efficacious than Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne, now so extensively used abroad, especially in India."
Mrs. Forbes, wife of the Chaplain at Paris.--"I cannot speak too highly of Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne; I have not in any single instance been disappointed with the result, even m aggravated cases of Indian Cholera."
From Dr. Millman, of New Galway, Scotland.--"I consider it the most valuable medicine known."
From A. Montgomery, Esq., late Inspector of Hospitals, Bombay.--"Chlorodyne is a most valuable remedy in neuralgia, asthma, and dysentery. To it I owe my restoration to health, after eighteen months' severe suffering and when all other medicines had failed."
From W. VERSALIUS PETTIGREW, M. D.
"I have no hesitation in stating that I have never met with any medicine so efficacious as an antispasmodic and sedative. I have used it in consumption, asthma, diarrhoea, and other diseases, and am most perfectly satisfied with the results."
No home should be without it. Sold in bottles 1s. l 1/2d., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. J. T. DAVENPORT, 33, Great Russell Street, London, W. C., sole manufacturer. Observe particularly, none genuine without the words, "Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne" on the Government Stamp. Sold by all Chemists.
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BEFORE LEAVING ENGLAND
Would do well to provide themselves with a Stock of Medicines so universally known and appreciated as the following:--
FRAMPTON'S PILL OF HEALTH.
This excellent Family Pill is a medicine of long-tried efficacy for purifying the blood, so very essential for the foundation of good health, and correcting all disorders of the Stomach and Bowels. Two or three doses will convince the afflicted of its salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain its strength; a healthy action of the liver, bowels, and kidneys will rapidly take place; and renewed health will be the quick result of taking this medicine, according to the directions accompanying each box.
PERSONS OF A FULL HABIT, who are subject to headache, giddiness, drowsiness, and singing in the ears, arising from too great a flow of blood to the head, should never be without them, as many dangerous symptoms will be entirely carried off by their timely use.
For FEMALES, these Pills are truly excellent, removing all obstructions, the distressing headache so very prevalent with the sex, depression of spirits, dulness of sight, nervous affections, blotches, pimples, and sallowness of the skin, and give a healthy, juvenile bloom to the complexion.
To MOTHERS they are confidently recommended as the best medicine that can be taken; and for children of all ages they are unequalled.
These Pills unite the recommendation of a mild operation with the most successful effect; and for elderly people, or where an occasional aperient is required, nothing can be better adapted.
Sold by all Medicine Vendors, at 1s. 1 1/2d. and 2s. 9d. per box, or obtained through any Chemist.
BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS.
This preparation is one of the benefits which the science of modern chemistry has conferred upon mankind; for during the first twenty years of the present century to speak of a cure for the Gout was considered a romance; but now the efficacy and safety of this medicine is so fully demonstrated, by unsolicited testimonials from persons in every rank of life, that public opinion proclaims this as one of the most important discoveries of the present age.
These Pills require no restraint of diet or confinement during their use, and are certain to prevent the disease attacking any vital part.
Sold by all Medicine Vendors, or obtained through any Chemist. Price 1s. 1 1/2d. and 2s. 9d. per box.
One of the inconveniences attending a life in the colonies, is the absence of proper medical assistance which has frequently to be procured from a very considerable distance. Under these circumstances the intending emigrant will do well to provide himself with a good supply of
KAYE'S WORSDELL'S PILLS,
which have for nearly half a century had a large and increasing sale, and are admirably adapted to supply the great want to emigrants, that of a remedy always at hand, easy of application, and certain in its results.
These Pills are a purely Vegetable preparation, and may be taken at any time by either sex without fear of danger. They act upon the bowels mildly yet effectually, and by their fine tonic, aromatic, and aperient properties, they remove all oppressive accumulations, regulate the secretions of the liver and bowels, strengthen the stomach, and purify the blood. Unlike many remedies, they do not induce liability to take cold or establish a necessity for the habitual use of purgatives, and are thus strongly recommended as the BEST FAMILY MEDICINE.
Prepared solely by John Kaye, Esq., of Prospect Hall, Woodford, Essex. Sold by all Chemists and other dealers' in patent medicines, at 1s. 1 1/2d., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. Wholesale Depot, 22, Bread Street, London.
DR. ROBERTS'S Celebrated OINTMENT, called the
"POOR MAN'S FRIEND,"
is confidently recommended to the Public as an unfailing remedy for Wounds of every description, a certain cure for ulcerated sore legs, if of twenty years' standing, cuts, burns, scalds, bruises chilblains, scorbutic eruptions and pimples on the face, sore and inflamed eyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles, fistula, and cancerous humours, &c. Sold in pots, 1s. 1 1/2d., 2s. 9d., 11s., and 22s. each. Also, his
confirmed by sixty years' experience to be, without exception, one of the best alterative medicines ever compounded for purifying the blood, and assisting nature in all her operations. Hence they are used in scrofulas, scorbutic complaints, glandular swellings, particularly those of the neck, &c. They form a mild and superior family aperient, that may be taken at all times without confinement or change of diet. Sold in boxes at 1s. l 1/2d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s, and 22s.
Sold wholesale by the proprietors, Brack and Barnicott, at their Dispensary, Bridport, and by the London Houses. Retail by all respectable Medicine Vendors in the United Kingdom and Colonies.
Observe:-- No Medicine sold under the above name can possibly be genuine unless "Beach and Barnicott, late Dr. Roberts, Bridport," is engraved on the Government Stamp affixed to each package.
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NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA.
HOULDER BROTHERS & COMPANY'S
Regular Lines of Steamers & Clipper Ships
Despatched, as follows:--
LONDON TO MELBOURNE... 7th & 21st of each Month.
TAKING PASSENGERS TO
Adelaide, Portland Bay, Hobart Town, Launceston, New Zealand, &c.
LONDON TO SYDNEY.....11th & 25th of each Month.
TAKING PASSENGERS TO
Newcastle, Twofold Bay, and all the New South Wales Ports, Queensland, New Zealand, &c.
LONDON TO ADELAIDE..............Monthly.
LONDON TO AUCKLAND ........Monthly.
LONDON TO OTAGO ..........Monthly.
LONDON TO CANTERBURY, via OTAGO, Monthly.
LONDON TO WELLINGTON, NELSON, NAPIER, HAWKE'S BAY, &c.,
By either of the above Lines or by Direct Vessels as occasion requires.
The Vessels of these Lines are chosen especially for their high class, great strength and speed, and general adaptation to the Passenger Trade, and are carefully provisioned and fitted up with every modern improvement and convenience that the greatest practical experience can suggest.
For Plans of Saloon Accommodation, Rates of Passage, Dietary Scales, apply to the Country Agents of the Line; Messrs. GRINDLAY and Co., 55, Parliament Street, S.W.; or to
HOULDER BROTHERS & Co.,
146, LEADENHALL STREET, LONDON E.C.