PORT OF LYTTELTON.
WkatE-Eb Report—Jannary 26. •_> a.m.—Weather overcast. Wind, N.E., light. Barometer, 29.78; thermometer, 71. High Water—This Day. Morning, 4.03 ; evening, 4.3..
Aseived —January 28. Edith Reid, schooner, 71 tons, McConvilie, from Pelorus S_nnd. QaS and Graham, agents Pleiades, ship.Setten, from Londcn. Edwards. Bennett asd Co., agents. Passengers—Saloon— J. D. Davis, S. J_. Davis, S. Gray, Mra L. Gray, Mr Marten, Mrs Marten, R«v. D. McKea, Jane McKee, Kebecca HcKefl, Letty McEee, James McKee. Lizzie McKee, Helen McKee, Rebecca McKes, Sally McKee, Bob-rt McKee. Willie McKee, Mis< Baker, Agnes Bell. George Piatt. E. C. G lmore, Mrs A. Gflmore, &fr* W-lt&ce, P.ancis Wallace, Mrs -Vail2.ee, and A. H. E__rrow. Second cabin— Donall __cP_er_-._, W. H. Snowball, Elizabrth Barton, Ellen Holioway, H. E. Pellett, and C. M. Lee. Steerage—Henry Qiiek. Emma Qa.ok, Mary Quick, Henry Charles Q-ick. 'i. K. Wilkinson, John ferry, Jane _%__s\ Jobn Perry, Simnel Morris, Waiter Hamilton Thomas Jackson, Msry Ann Jackson. Oharl-. Simpson, Th-mas El-in, Alexander Boyd. Christop'aer Ha_naon3, William Mocre, Ann Moore, Wili-aa Moore, H. Parkinson. James Toole, Walter '.liver, Ann Giver, Jamas Pattia, Robert Morri3, Jame3 Lennox, E_iz% Lennox, Jamt. Lenrox. Jane Fernie, David Mitche'J Peter Wilson, George Pcrrr. Fi.zat.th Nickels, Charlotte Nickels, Essie" Simpson, Henry Peak, Edward Peak. Joseph Taylor, Henry Taylor. Thomas Whiteock, John McD-Ugall, T. P. Slinn, Mra M- E. Slina, Thomas Slinn, Percy Slum, Sydsey Slinn, Florence Slinn, William Booth, Mary Booth, A. McDowell. Robert Gil., John Richard »"Ve, Jine Cole, Alexander t-oH Minnie Cole, William Collier. Edwari Trim; Arthur Trigg, Jessie McGflwary, James Nicbol, J. A. Tneebarn, Elan Treeborn, Willia __ Treebarn, Elizabeth Treeborn, Samual Treeborn, Hannah Tree-Dro, Mary S. Clarke, A. R. Pottr, John James, Thomas Qaayll, John brail, Charles Kent, Samuel Bogerson, ilizibeth Wallace, Pannj WaUacs, Henry B. Nowlea. Charles tapley, Thomas Holland, Alfred Emery, P. Anderson, William Power, and A. p. Hamilton. C-.baee->— January 25. Spas, schooner, 32 tons, Ody, Greymouth. B. Liayd and Co., agents. Sailed—January 26. Southern Cro.s, s.s., 133 tons, Helander, for Auckland, via Wellington aad Napier. Cuff and Graham, agents. Star of the South, a s., 175 tons, Daniels, for Wellington, Nelson, Westport and Greymouth. J. M. Heywood and Co., agents. Ihfobts.
Per Pleiades—l pkge samples, 62 iron pipes, S3S iron bars, 200 bdk iron, 50 pkgs condensed milk, 1 pkg nuts, 4-iOO pkgs general merchandise, 3 iron collars, 1 pkg tools, 5 pkgs galvanised iron, 555 do spirits, 8 do sundries, 2tt do battles. 4 Ao retorts, 6S do gas mater'al, 124 do .!oth.Bg, 2SOO bricks, 40 pkgß manure. 18 do nail 3, 10 do caustic soda, 1 do palm oil, 12 do steel, 1 piano, 7 pkgs books, 6 bicycles, 100 pairs wheels and axles, 1 pkg plaster of Paris, 1 case of specimens, 32 pks boot«, 25 do wine. 289 ash planks, 1 pkg leather, 6 do earthenware, 1 do baskets. C__-ifrnees — i_rder, Edwards, Bennett and Co., Wood, Shand and Oa, Wilson, Sawtell and Co., N. Wolfe, Guthrie and Larnach, Lyttelton Gas Company, B. Parish, Bey. H. Williams, Campbell Broa., G. Fletcher, T. Hancocks, H. W. Williams. Cross and Co., S. NasheJski, H. Blackett, Black, Davie3 and Co., Gorbett,! Miss Hastings, T. W. Gang-, W. Eeevea, Crerar and Whitcom .c, B. Black, Mr 3 McCaldon, G. L. Beath and Co., Jonea and Co., Mallock and Lance, Bon. Minister of Pnblic Works, M. Wilkin and Co., Sainsbnry and Co., E. Recce and Co., J. Mendehou and Co, Dr. Haast, Sclanders, Fletcher and Co., Brown aad Smith, A. J. White, J. Ballantyne, Bobison, Montgomery and Co., Strange and (!0., M. Morton, P. Hayman and Co., Messrs Twenty man, Garwood, Hobday and Co., Everett Bros., Sclanders and Co., Irvine and Co., Col. B. A. Bra_fill, A. Giles, H. Darand and Ca., Gabites. Per Stir of the South—4 boxes Chinese goods, 48 pkgs sundries. Consignees—G. Buist, Fong Maine, H. B. Bor«ns">n. Per Edith Keid—s2,ll9ft. timber. Consignee —P. Laurie. - Expobts. Per Southern Cross—For Wellington—loo sacks malt; for Napier—4oo bags flour; for Auckland-250 sacks malt. Shippers—Boyse, Stead and Co., C. W. Turner, W. Cuddou. Per Star of the South—For Nelson—3 cases; for Westport—2o sacks wheat, 3 cases cheese, 25 pkgs oatmeal, 2 cases bacon, 9 do cheese, 4 do meat, 6 kegs butter, 4 sacks seed; for Greymouth—lß cases cheese, 15 kegs butter, 3 bdls wire, 13 sacks seed, 3 pkgs. Shippers—Trent Bros-, McConneU Bros., Wauchop and Co., B. Wilkin and Co., Vanghan, Cordnis., Mason, Struthers and Co., Daman and Son, Toomer and Son. The charterers of the ship Bruce, to load for Home, are the New Zealand Shipping Company. The schooner Edith-Raid, Captain McC.__villa, arrived at midnight on Sunday from Pelorus S_ und with a cargo of timber. She left there on Thursday last; had N.W. wind to Cape Campbell, and calms and light variable winds since. The steamers Star of the South and Southern Cross left i estarday for advertised ports. The steamers to leave to-day are the Wellington for Manukau via Wellington and intermediate ports, the Albion for Melbourne via South, and the Jane Douglas for Kaikoura.
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PORT OF LYTTELTON., Press, Volume XXXII, Issue 4521, 27 January 1880
PORT OF LYTTELTON. Press, Volume XXXII, Issue 4521, 27 January 1880
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