Lyttelton Times, Volume XI, Issue 688, 11 June 1859, Page 4
. ARRIVED. June 8, brig Susanne, 188 tons, Moller, from Akaroa. Passengers—Messrs. Hempleman and D'Oyley. June 9th, brigantine Ariel, 138 tons, Davis, from Melbourne. Passengers, cabin—Mrs. Ramage, Mrs. Livingstone, J. Eobei-tson, Mrs. Eobertson, J. Dalrymple, Hugh Scott and child, Hugh Livingstone and child. Steerage—David Livingstone and J. Scott. CLEARED. June 10, ketch Pegasus, 27 tons, Brier, for Wellington. IMPORTS. In the Susanne, Miles, Kington & Co., agents; 90 tons coal for ballast, 4,300 feet piles, Miles, Kington and Co. In the Ariel, Dalgety, Buckley and Co., agents; 337 bags sugar for drawback; under bond: 1 case clothing, 6 cases clocks, 10 kegs nails, 1 case boots, 53 casks bottled beer, Order. 320 bags sugar, 4 cases billiard table, 90 pairs sashes, 115 doors, 2 boxes books, 1024 pieces quartering, G4OO boards, Dalgety & Co.; 1 hhd. whiskey, 2 hhds. rum, 20 boxes soap, A.Kamage; 200 cases brandy, 42 cases gin, 9 hhds. rum, 21 hhds. ale, 1 box personal effects, 5 cases coffee, C. Eobertson; 15 pkgs., 1 trunk slippers, 6 cases matches, 6 cases fancy goods, 6 cases clocks, 19 cases furniture, 3 cases paperhangings, 40 pkgs. tubs and buckets, 1 case toys, 2 rolls lead, Harris and Liebenstein; 40 casks bottled beer, 6 cases dried apples, 3 casks vinegar, 3 brls. currants, E. Sutton. EXPORTS. In the Pegasus,-87 bags wheat, S3 bas?s barley, Gould and Miles-; 19 cheeses, Jones; "105 ba^s wheat, Dalgety, Buckley and Co. Tho Ariel left Melbourne on the 21st ult., eight days later than our previous advices ; but she brings no mail, and we have not been able to obtain any papers.