PORT OF AUCKLAND.
] ErmtKßD Ikwakm. Jhjjrtcmbw 4 —Emu, 53 ton*, McLean, tttfln .Opotiki, frith 26 ton* pvtatoe*. ' . ' September 4— Ann, 22 tons, Hopkins, from Kawhia, at Manukau, with 20 bushels grain, 5 tom four, 2 tow pork, 250 bushels corn, 40 bushslt bran. \ September' 4 -Liley, L 7 tons, Galloi*, from W aiheki, wikh 30 tons file wood. *'\\ September 6—Merchantmtui, ihip, 1018 ton*, Brown, "from London. Passengers for Auckland— Mr. and Urn. H. Master*, Mr. J. Gard, Mr! and Mrs. Greenwin, Maria and Alfred Greehwm. Mr. W. Bolton, Colonel Gore Browne, Mrs. Br > vne, Mi* Brown*. Captain Steward. Joseph C. Smyth, George Single Wife and 3 children, Mr. and Mrs. McDonnell and 6 children, Mrs. Simpson and 3 in family. Mr, and Mrs. Mnndine and 9 in family, Alexander Hunter, vfmu JF. Moffatt. Mr. and Mr*. Marriott, Mr. and Mts. Thps 3 . liHmbourne and 5 in family, John P. Be.m and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Kapcutt, Mr. and Mrs. Brewer and 10 in family, Joseph Painter, Edward Lewis, Charles Newberry wife and 4 children, H. Hamilton, C. F. Hamilton, Maria Pike, George Hamp-ihire wife and S children, Clara Wiffen, John Taylor, Richard Berry, Thomas Berry, B. Gill wife. and 3 children, Thomas Kelly, Ann Daly, Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Smith, Mis* B. Smith, Emily Booth, B. Hills and wife, John and Hannah Denize, Henry Vickery and wife. W. Brookes, Robert and Sarah Morris. C. Frederick fiwehoff and wife, Maiy Gerrard, William Coup wife and son. Passengers for Canterbury— Mr. and Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Clara Rich, Lucy and Jame- Rich, Mr. W. F. Guineas, Mr. and Mrs. Marsack, Miss Goodchild, Mr. and Mrs. Stagg, Mr T. Cantrell, Mr. and Mrs. Wardell, William Ambrose, Thoma* Vaughan, George Clarkson, W. H. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. I.uvey and 2 children, Mr*. C. McGregor and four ohildren, Johanna Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Leathwick and 2 children.— W. S. iGrahaine, agent. &.BAUVD OtTTWAKDS. August 31— Algerine, brig 160 tons, Captain Kelly, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Berthold, Mr. Davidson, Master Nathan, Mr F. Smith, Mr. J. Lloyd, Mr. Porter, Mr* Smith, Mr. and Mrs. K. Urquhart, Mr. and Mrs. Cullum, Mr. Cullum, junr., Mis»s Cullum, Mr. Guire.— Woodhouse & Buchanan, aggnte. iepttjfcbsr 4— Vivid, 26 tons. Hitching, for Monganui, with 1 puncheon rum, 20 cases gin, 2 hhds. rum, 5 nases sundries, 30 boxes soap. September 4— Star, 16 tons, Waugh, for Waiheki, in Waiheki. September fi— St. Martin, schooner, 58 tons, Da vies, for Hawkes Bay, with 2 tons rice, 1 do. sugar, 1 hhd. tea kettles, 5 tons casks, 6 packages stationery. September 6— Emu, 33 tons, McLean, for Melbourne. — E. Rich, agent. lufo&ts Fomciox. "Per Merchantman, from London:—! box, 2 cases, 100 casks, 25 cases, 1 box, Gilfillan and Co.; 2 bales, 20 bundles, 5 cases, 1 bale, J. Cochrane; 71 cases, I pkg., Biiin and Burtt ; I case, William Sewell ; 5 cases, -8. Browning; 2 cases, T. Buddie; 4 bales, 2 boxes, 4 cases, R. Lusk ; 1 case, Miss Falwasser ; 70 boxes, 3 cuaks, S. Sotter; 3 easel, Brown & Campbell ; 11 trunks, 1 case, 3 casks, 2 chains', 15 anchors, T. C. Law ; .6 packages, 1 butt, 1 pipe, 3 hhds., 1 —cask, 19 cases, 1 j-cask, 2 cases, 1 bag, Colonel Gore Browne ; 42 packages, order; 1 box, T. Firth; 12 cases, R. B. Shalders ; 1 case, W. S. Grahame ; I do.. J. Bridgman ; 1 boiler, R. B. Shalders ; 2 cases, Brown and Campbell ; 7 cases, Wiltiamson and Wilson ; 1 case, Sinvthies ; 5 casks, 10 cases. 1 bale, W. S. Grahame; 11 cases, 4 casks, 1 crate, 1 pair bellows, Newman and Ewen : 1 b ix, Capt. Haultain ; 1 box, A. W.ilker ; 1 cask, J. Baber ; I case, James Dry ; 6 cases. Bain and Burtt ; I hhd., 37 crates. 6 casks, 10 hhds., W. S. Grahame ; 22 -J-casks, -5 do., 30 octaves, order ; 30 octaves, 14 p.jkjfc.ag99, order • 7 packages, W. H- Smith ; 10 pkgs., ll^Masters ; I bale, J. Cockrane ; 1 case, 1 parcel, liov. G. Daniel; 7 packages, 80 casks, 40 cases, 14 do., 6 hhds.. 30 cases, 40 casks, 12 cases, 9 bales, 10 cases, 53 bundles spades, 20 barrels tar, D. Nathan ; 1 case, 7 casks, 1 case, 2 casks, order ; 2 cases, Bain an<l Burt ; 2 caies, Connell and Ridings ; 1 crate, W. Brodie ; 1 eiu>-, C Tothill ; 8 packages, J. Tambourne ; 2 boxes, Capt. florneman ; 4 cases, 5 bundles, 73 pieces pip 3, &c, Ordnance Auckland ; 7 cases, 35 casks, 3 crates, i 4 bales, 2 bundles handles, 1 do. pans, 20 sucks, Oldn mcc ; 1000 firebricks, 1 reaper, 2 shafts and 1 case, 2 w lijgrtiw, 4 wheels, 1 bundle, 2 axles, 5 coses, 2 wheeh, 1 bundle, 2 kegs, I cask, 2 cases, J. Fuller ; 5 cases, order; o packages, Mrs McGregor; 1 cask, Henten ; 2 piekages. Ke>-t*?nen ; 16 packages, G. C. Black; 1 case, Jolin Hall ; 1 case, Moore; 3 packages, order; 2 cases, ti. E Fitzgerald; 4 packages, Geo. CUrkson, I I)jx, E. H. Fereday; 1 case, A Kelock; I casp, Wm. BlackIn d ; 1 case C. W. Russell ; 1 case, T. Orton ; 1 trunk. W.n. Thompson ; 4 package^ J. P. Lsa ; 1 ca-k, Mrs. Cooksou care of Brown and Campbell ; I c.i«e, Mrs. Green; lease. C. Rise; 4 pickAgss. M. Dix>n ; 1 c nk, H. Phillips ; 1 case, T. Spenuer ; 1 box, Cookson cut' of Brown and Campbell ; 1 case, L. Rooke; 8 d<»., tl.e older of the Union Bank. Lyttelton ; 100 casks, 25 c ISA, R Haitt ; 150 casks, Cookson, care of Brown aid (Jampball; 1 ea c, G. F. Fitch, 1 case, A Hodgson ; 20 hhds- R. Waitt ;. 1 case, F. Thompson ; I case, C >rdsll ; 1 case, H. Sewell ; 271 packages, Cookson, care of Brown and Campbell ; 11 packages. C. A. Mar»i«k ; 2 hhds., 18 20 octaves, order ; 10 pkgs. J. Fuller ; 1 box, S Braley ; 1 case, Mr. G. Taylor. Exports Fokbion. Per Algerine, for Sydney :—4: — 4 tierces bacon, 1 case d« . 4 hhds. brandy, 1 case firearms, 1 do. music, 1 keg b '.'.-ley, 1 barrel psase, 1 box watches, 3 eases, 1 case bicom 242 sacks gum, 6 bags wool, 300 bags wheat, 340 <p[ potatoes. Per Emu, for Melbourne:— 26 tons potatoes.
The ship Merchantman, 1018 tons register, 6. T. Brawn, Esq., Commander, nrrired on the 4th instant from Plymouth. She was in sight the whole of the day, but, ha"ing very light winds, and having the tide to contend with during the afternoon, she did not come to an anchor till an advanced hour in the night. She brings his Excellency Col. Thos. Gore Browne, our new Governor, MTs.Browne, Missßrowne.Capt.Steward.priTate secretary to hisExcellency, together with 22chief and 116 second cabin and steerage passengers, 20 of which «re for Canterbury. She received his Excellency and suite nt Plymouth, and sailed thence on the afternoon of the 28th May. She crossed the equator on the 27th June, and sighted land on the Ist instant, —the Three Kings on the one "beam and the North Cape on the other. From that time till her arrival she had light southerly -wind*, and the voyage throughout has been attended with remarkably fine weather. She is a powerful ship, and tails well in a stiff breeze. She ha* logged in the Toyage 360 mile*, and, but for the very line weather she has experienced, would have made a much more rapid passage, Ai it is, she has accomplished the voyage in 98 days. Captain Brown in very highly spoken of by |he passengers, and an Adress to him, in very flattering terms, and which- accompanied a more substantial Testimonial, will be found in another column. The Domld Meltiy, one of the longest and most powerful ships of that eminent builder was to be the bearer of the June Mail. That for July was to be conveyed by the Cha npion of the Seas. The James Baines had arrived in the Mersey from Melbourne; after a splendid passage of 69 days. The brig Heather Bell, Jonds, henCe the Ist ultimo, arrived at Sydney on the 17th, and the brig Yarrow, "Williams. w"hich .sailed on the sune day, arrived on the 18th. The Heather Bell was again on the berth for this port. 1 The batque Qalatea, Capt. Hill, sailed from Sydney fvwy^uckland-Cvia- > J9wcanle) on the 17th ult. Tiie brig Kestrel, Captain Wallace, was on the berth for this port, and would sail shortly after the Marmora.
On board the " Merchantman," Dbar Sir.— August, 1855. We the undersigned First and Second Class Passengers of this Ship, have great pleasure in bearing 'testimony to the unremitting attention, and kindness, ym hare exhibited towards us d-iring the voyage now pearly completed from England to New Zealand. And it ia with gratitude we call to mind that whilst you have shown a determination to preserve discip'ine and propriety on board, yon have done your utmost to promote our comfort and amusement And being desirous to keep alive in your momory the recollection of our respect and friendship, we beg your a -epptanee of the accompanying purse, which we have much pleasure in presenting you, for the purpose of purchasing a piece of Plate to bear engraved the encloved Testimonial. rl»aftily wishing you prosperity and happiness we bid you farewell, And are, Dear Sir, Your» truly, Thos. Gore Browne, Col. J. M. Abcott F. G. Steward ,Capt. Herbert S. Wardell C. A; Marsack Chas. Stagg - JoKtt Puller Henry J. Masters 8. Jackson H. Cantrelle W.-Boulton Jos.R. Gard H. N. Brewer W. Tench Guinness ' J. F. Mtndeno "W. C. Ambrose Edward B. Defriei X: Coutts B. Leww J. Painter W. J. Moffiitt J. C. Smyth S. J. Siinpsoa J. T. Scott, ' ' '
1 ixscKtrriotr ox, xssxcicotrui. ajoyb *c- '- - - FEBRED£ TO. . OK »OARD TK» BHtr K*RCKAKTMAH. TO OEORGK TURN BULL BROWN, Esa., CoMMANDBII 07 SHir " MifcCIIANTMAN."
. The.firs^ and ascond Cabin Passenger* present th.ig Testimonial, m a raamoriaror" their high respect, for his nautical skill, hisprudent' conduct, urbanity of manner, and his poisevuring effarta to pro note their comfort and amusement.
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PORT OF AUCKLAND., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XII, Issue 855, 7 September 1855
PORT OF AUCKLAND. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XII, Issue 855, 7 September 1855
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