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Cape And Natal News (Newspaper) - June 27, 1870, London, Middlesex PEE CAPE THE NATAL iT 4 TJXT TVTTTIOT T TMXTaTwa r A SUMMARY OF INTELLIGENCE FKOM Jfra FOB HOME PUBLISHED FORTNIGHTLY ON THE ARRIVAL OF THE REGISTERED AT THE GENERAL POST OFFICE FOR TRANSMISSION BEYOND THE UNITED JUNE per including L Single CAPE OF GOOD HOPE STEAMSHIP PASSAGE to Cape Port and in powerful Steamers specially for the safety and comfort of performing the Tovage 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 their Steamers carry mails at the cheap postage rate above and will proceed on to Port thus relieving passengers and cargo from the incon venience and danger of transhipment at Table Bay or Port The vessels of this Company are noted for their excellent cabin Mid 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 rriHE UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANYS JL ROYAL PACKETS sail from Southampton on the and and from Plymouth on the 10th and 25th of each calling at Cape and Algoa The packet of the 10th calls at and the packet of the 85th carries passengers and cargo for Mossel East and NataL For Bates of Freight and apply to FALCONER Leadenhall London or to THOMAS Shipping LOKPON TO PORT WILL LOAD IN THE LONDON The following splendid fixstcbfla vessels And regular traders are noted for their great speed and good delivery of Their oabin accommodation is EUDOBA LOBD CLABENDON ACTJEA NEW EBA LEUCOTEUEA NEW Turnbull Parker 500 700 800 800 800 For Freight and Passage apply to the Leadenhall LONDON AND SOUTH AFRICAN Incorporated by Royal PAIDUP IN 8HABES OF Issues Letters of Credit and Drafts on its Branches at the undermentioned Port Elizabeth Fort Beaufort Grahamstown Capetown Durban Pietermaritzburg Bflte negotiated and sent for and all Banking business transacted with the Cape Interest payable halfyearly allowed on the rates for which may be known on application at the Head King William By order of the WILLIAM MOBBJS TO HOME AND FOREIGN MANUFACTURERS AND Undersigned is now established in suitable and commo JL dious at Cape Town the Capital and chief City in South AN AND SHIPPING AND COMMISSION and wHI be glad to take charge and dispose of Goods suitable for South African on reasonable and businesslike Purchases of Produce effected in the current SHERMAN was over Five years engaged in business in in a similar capacity He tenders his with full to any English or Foreign Overdue and business matters in South needing penonal inspection or and secrecy in all oases ALEXANDER Cape Gape of Good Personal reference at Office of this BY SPECIAL ASSISTED EMIGRATION AND FREE LAND GRANTS IN NATAL BY THIS BURTON 8TA NATAL PRINCE EARL OF 80UTH THE ONLY KEGULAB MONTHLY LONDON TO PACKET FOB IST The welllmown famous A 1 12 Years at The Cabin accommodation by this Vessel is very and every reqauHv that can conduce to the comfort of Passengers has been carefully attended For freight or passage apply to Mark Lane or to JOHN Fenohnrch SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR ASSISTED PASSAGES AND FREE LAND GRANTS TO PASSENGERS BY THIS RONALDSON BROTHERS LINE OF CLIPPER PACKETS TO PORT THE magnificent Iron Clipper KATE A 275 tons Katharine This most favourablyknown and regular having a large portion of her cargo will positively close for goods on 20th and em bark passengers As these dates will be strictly shippers are requested to complete their engagements The cabin accommodation and fittings are of the most superior and nothing will be spared to make passengers of all classes For freight or and for full particulars of Conditions of Land Grants and Assisted apply to KONAIJDBON Leadenhall THE LOMBAED EXCHANGE AND NEWS LOMBABD Subscription For Public Companies 440 Individuals and Private with permission to introduce A CLERK 380 If residing and carrying on business at a distance of fifty miles and up wards from London 110 For Merchant Captains 1 1 0 Subscribers may also be admitted on payment of Ten Shillings per month for each THE Which is most conveniently situated at the corner of Lombard and Gracechurch is second to no other in the Kingdom for its supply of Tele and Books of It includes a Post Post Telegraph a comfortably furnished BEADING AND WBITING with SMOKING also Copying Machines for the use of Annual Subscriptions may date either from the 1st of 1st of 1st of or 1st of THE COLONIAL GRAFTON BOND THIS Club is therefore no member is subject to any liability or responsibility It is founded for noblemen and gentlemen who are or have been residents in the or who are directly interested in the welfare of the British Colonial The Premises are nnexceptionably and contain rooms adapted and fur nished to suit all the requirements of a firstclass The internal are controlled by a Committee of and the entire menage is on a par wifcfc those of the leading Westend The Club is now The entrancefee for the first 800 members is five guineas beyond that number ten guineas The subscription is five Forms of Application and every information may be obtained from be atthe Club DAWSON BROTHERS SHIPPING INSURANCE Old Hall Oriental SOUTHAlfPTOB Billiter BA66A6E AND GOODS SHIPPED AND FORWARDED TO ALL PARTS OF THi Manchester Agents Lows Brown
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