ARRIVAL OF THE ASSAYE.
The snip Assa.ve, which has been expected for a length of time, turned up safe and sound od the 26th instant. Her voyage has been protracted by a succession of light winds. She is a fine iron ship of 1,281 tons register, and sinter built to the Parsee, a ship she much resembles. Captain Mcßifcchie reports leaving the Start Point on the 12th of S ptember. Crossed the Equator on the 11th October-, and tbe meridian of the Cape on the Gt-h November. The easting was run down in 45 °S., and the North Cape sighted on tho 21st mat. No bad weather was. experienced. The Assayeis owned by Messrs J. arid W. Stewart, of Greenock, who had her built 1868 She ia under charter to the New Zealand-Shipping Company, who bring ou' 419 immigrants by her. The names of th*> cc and tbe ship's manifest having been published m the morning papers, and our space being much crow ded with other matter, we are obliged to omit them. T'-baths. — September 7 — Anna Maria OOTrat>, aged 6 years September 16—Louis Vic'or v> alker, aged 7k months. September SO Ka** Sands, aged 6 weeks. September 25 Aitbur Dews, aged 9 mon?h3. October 4—» van, iVinkwell, aged 12 v. eeks. October 28—Eusttt. Hunt, aied 7 months. Novem-b-r 10 Edward Alcock, sged 10 months. November 11—William Charles Purcell, aged 16 months. November 16—Mrs Drucilla Acljroy}, seed 19 years Pecember 8 - Mrs Har-ier Colb. tune, aged 30 years. Birth- —December 20—Mrs Birt of a daughter December 24—Mrs Pvtidy of a son
The immigrants have been under the care of Pr Your.g, Two saloon passengers Messrs TJnderdown and Fradgley, come in the vessel. The immigrants were landed to-day.
Tbe s.s. Star of the South brings as passengers from Levnka—Saloon : Mrs A. Litile, Mrs L. Bash, Captain Browning, Messrs D. Mackay, Buckley, W. J). Brewer. Steerage : Mr White. For Lyttelton— Saloon : Mrs Boyd, Mr Walker. For Dunedin—Mr Fenton.
The a.s. Phoebe, which airived in the Manukau on Christmas Day, brought the Suez Mail and the following passengers :— Saloon. Mr and Mrs. Gillies and family, Mr and Mrs Chamberlain, Mr and Mrs Henderson, Mesdames Gillman, Graeie, Carpenter snd child, Misses Townsend, Greenwod, Hnultain, Howe.Mack.Gy, Millar, White, Sheljman, Gruily, Kirk and Ward. Mrs. Fletcher, Montague, Bird, Barnsdall, Cheal, Boy Jan, Adair, Henderson, Hutch, Harris, Wiku, Lurosden, Burden, Hussey, Wilcox, Hillmone, Olivier, Whellan, Latimer. Steerage, Price, Rowe, Greensdall, Moss. Burron, King, Hargreaves, White, St. Clair, Walker, McKan.
The fine iron barque Otago from Dun cn1 in arrived on Saturday* with a cargo of 10,300 mats supar consigned to Mr G-. W. Binney. The Otago has made a long passage of 21 days frrm Port Chalmers owing to a succession of calms and light contrary winds. The mail steamer Cyphrenes is due to-day from Sydney. She had not been signalled up to the time of going to press. She is to leave for San Francisco with the English Mai! six hours after arrival.
We understand that the s.s. Haro was to leave Melbourne on the 24th ult. She would be due according tn this on the 4th January, the day advertisers for her arrival. The official euivey of the ship Condoren takos place on Wednesday at one o'clock. The schooner Onward left this afternoon for Napier. She is to ship 26,000 feet of limber st Mercury Bay. Ihe Mission barquentine was taking in water alongsde the wharf- to-day. She is f.o sail on an excursion trip to-morrow.
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ARRIVAL OF THE ASSAYE., Auckland Star, Volume V, Issue 1521, 28 December 1874
ARRIVAL OF THE ASSAYE. Auckland Star, Volume V, Issue 1521, 28 December 1874
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