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Cape And Natal News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1869, London, Middlesex PER CAPE THE NATAL NEWS A SUMMAEY OF INTELLIGENCE FKOM ffjjt S0utlj African grange Jfra Cnmsiraol anir FOE HOME PUBLISHED FORTNIGHTLY ON THE ARRIVAL OF THE REGISTERED AT THE GENERAL POST OFFICE FOR TRANSMISSION BEYOND THE UNITED per including L Single NOVEMBER Shipping Advertisements of Parlia of House of Elections Eastern Province After the Gale of Sir of Angora Goats Natal Trade Reports Cotton Peniston PAGE 1 28 34 56 PAGE 6 Correspondence Share List 7 Leaders Railway for Natal Notice to 8 Transvaal News Colonial Land Register 9 Colonial Business Directory 10 Table of Exports and Imports 1112 Advertisements 1316 LATEST IN ENGLAND From Cape Algoa Delivered in London 19 15 22 20 FROM ENGLAND At Cape Algoa Bay Natal Arrived in Table Bay 10 10 10 17 NOTICE TO OUR i The Proprietors beg most respectfully to announce that this Journal is now permanently enlarged to Sixteen in order that its readers may be kept fully informed on all questions of interest affecting the Cape Orange Free and Transvaal and that advertisers may have the opportunity of introducing their manufactures and names to our great South African Although we enlarge our and increase our we do not intend altering our rate of per or a single and trust that our increased efforts will be rewarded by a continuation of increasing CAPE OF GOOD HOPE STEAMSHIP PASSAGE to Cape Port and in powerful Steamers specially rfitted for the safety and comfort of performing the voyage under the Post Office contract the halfounce to Cape and Natal the halfounce to Small Parcels taken at a A Doctor and a Stewardess in each as also Passengers walk on board at Victoria or the Albert The Company have the pleasure to inform Passengers and Shippers that the Steamer carrying moils at the cheap postage rate above men will be despatched from London on the and Falmouth on the fourth day of January and will proceed on to Port thus relieving passengers and cargo from the inconvenience and danger of transhipment at Table Bay or Port The vessels of this Company are noted for their excellent cabin and the superior cuisine For Freight or apply at the Offices of the Cape of Good Hope Steamship Leadenhall Royal Mail Steamers to Cape of Good SEMIMONTHLY THE UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANYS ROYAL MAIL PACKETS sail from Southampton on the Rth and and from Plymouth on the 10th and 25th of each calling at Madeira on the outward and homeward Passengers and Goods taken for Cape and Algoa by the Steamer leaving Southampton on the and Plymouth on the 10th of the month and for Cape Mossel Algoa East and by the Steamer leaving Southampton on the and Plymouth on the 25th of the The Steamer on the 3rd of the month will carry Thirdclass To Cape Town or Algoa 10 0 To 0 0 The next Captain will Sail From From A Surgeon and Stewardess in each For Rates of Freight and apply to FALCONEB Leadenhall London or to THOMAS Shipping LONDON TO PORT WILL LOAD IN THE LONDON The following splendid firstclass vessels and regular traders are noted for their great speed and good delivery of Their cabin accommodation is EUDOBA LOKD CLARENDON ACT2EA NEW Turnbull 500 700 QAfl NEW For Freight and Passage apply to the Leadenhall REGULAR LINE OF CLIPPEE TO FOLLOW THE DIRECT FOR PORT GUARANTEED TO CROSS THE The wellknown ARTHUR A 12 280 tons WILLIAM Loading in the London This smart so well noted for speed and sound delivery of is strongly recommended as a most eligible Has superior accommodation for and will have prompt For terms of Freight or Passage apply to ALLSOPP late RIOHABD WEBB Leadenhan BY SPECIAL ASSISTED EMIGRATION AND FREE LAND GRANTS IN NATAL BY THIS LONDON TO The following beautiful Firstclass are noted for punctuality of rapid elegance and comfort of Passenger and are confi dently recommended to Passengers and LLLOVO BURTON Warren DURBAN Jarvis EARL OF NATAL STAR PRINCE Sim UMGENI Young UMVOTI Stuart Creak PRISCILLA Will Load in the KATHERINES Fare in the Chief according to size of as may be Single Two in a 85 Guineas each Single Women 85 Second Cabin 25 Steerage 16 The Chief Cabin is amply supplied with provisions of the best including Live but exclusive of and Malt under limita tion by the and the Passengers are supplied on board at moderate 22ND DECEMBER THE new Iron Vessel A Lloyds Tons Burthen Captain JOHN STUABT late of the This handsome built by the eminent Russel and and launched on the 19th October is fully expected to be the fastest Vessel in the having made the run from Aber deen to Gravesend in 47 hours at a speed occasionally of 18 The Cabin accomodation is superior to anything that has yet been attempted in sailing vessels to South Africa will carry an experienced For freight and passage apply to Mark Lane and to Fenchnrch
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