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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF AUCKLAND.

ENTERED INWARDS. February 19— Gertrude, brig, 118 tons, W. Dunning, from Sydney. Passengers— Mr. Chief Justice Arney, Mr. and Mrs. Gribble and 3 children, Mr. Hunter, A. Buchanan.— John Salmon & Co., agents. February 19— Gazelle, schouner, 212 tons, Philip Jonos,

from SSydneyy v Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. Wood's house and 4 children, Mr and Mrs. Shaw, \fr and Ptiestly and child, Mrs«r». Buchanan, W. H. Tjler, Chisholni, Bond, John Jackson, and Her. J. Somerville. — Henderson and Macfarlane, age.its. PebrutVjf 19— Medway, 50 tons, Webster, fiom the Thamesy Wltn 70 tons firewood. February l&r-Annie, 4^ lons « Ry an i fr°m Ahuriri, with -70 bushelsf wheat. — Bain, Grahame and Co., agents. February 2flf— Agnes, 20 tons, Holland, from Russell, with 9 bushels apples. February 20r-Midge, 20 tons, Richards, from the Great Barrier, vith 18 tons copper ore and 3 passengers. February 2v— Raven, 24 tons, Maddison, from YVangarei, with p6 tons firewood and 5 passengers;. February 2j>— Graoe Darling, 25 tons, Williams, from Matakaiffc, with 33 tons firewood. . February^2 — Ant, 20 tons, Adamson, from Russell, with 3» bags (108 bushels) wheat, 3 boxes slops, 9 cases apples, 3 do pears, 1 do. apples, 1 cask do., 2 barrel/ ( 1 00 gallons) oil , 3 cases slops. Pasiengers— Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Adamson and child, and 5 natives. February 22— Endeavour, 14 tons, Christian, from Matakana, with 25 tons firewood. Februiy 22— Petrel, 20 tons, Robert Mair, from Wan. gargf, with 1^ tons gum, 60 bushels apples Pissengen/—Mrs. Daviee, Messrs. Batger, Foley, 1 policeman, snd 1 steerage passenger. February 22 — Tay, 15 tons, Austen, for Waiheki, with 30 tons firewood and 1 passenger.

CLEARED OUTWABDS. February 16— Gertrude, brig, 217 tons, Grange, for Otago, with 10 tons flour, 120,000 feet sawn timber, 1 cask brandy, 1 case port, 4 casks bottled ale, 5 gallons whisky, 6 half-cases genera, 1 case champagne, 1 cask bottled beer, 1 box, I box books and forms, 1 case soda water. Passengers— Captain Steward, J. Lowe, J. Mac tarlane.— 'Henderson and Macfarlane, agents. February 20— Dolphin, 41 tons, Doughty, for tyapier, with 1 hhd. Abbotts ale, 1 do. Allsopp'a do., 4 half, cases geneva, 6 cask's porter, 6 do. Allsop's ale, 3 octaves sherry, 2 chests tea, I qr. cask port, 6 cases geneva, 6 casks Barclay's porter, 2 tons flour, 273 packages merchandise. February 20— Ellen, 40 tons, Ellis, for Russell, -with 20 cases gin, 5 do. pickles, 1 do. oil, 1 do. sardines, 5 casks porter, 25 tons porter, 37 bags beans, 3000 bricks. February 20 — Matilda, 15 tons, J. Swarm, for Aotea, with £ tierce tobacco, 1 ton sugar, 10 package* drapery, 1 bale blankets" February 22— Tere, schooner, 18 tons, Cook, for Waiheki, in ballast. February 22— (Jrace Darling, 25 tons, Williams, for Matakana, in ballast. February 22— Louisa, schooner, 23 tons, Beechy, for East Coast, with 3 cases gin, 1 case goods, 3 cases old Tom, 6 doz spades, 4 coils rope, 6 boxes fruit, 34 bags sugar, 6 kegs paint, 1 can paint oil, 4 boxes tea,, j 7 bags sundries, 1 bale bags, 300 bags, 4 packages tobacco, 2 kegs nails, 12 empty casks, 12 sickles, and 3 j passengers. February 22— Tay, cutter, 15 tons, Austen, for Coromandel, with 2 tons flour, 3 casks porter, 3 bundles lajather, 4 boxes soap, 6 bags sugar, Q chests tea, 6 bags biscuit, 3 bundles, spades, 2 cases clothing. Passengers—Mr. "W. Young, Mrs. Young, and 11 others. February 22— Endeavour, 14 tons, Christian, for WaLheki, in ballast. February 22— Queen, 35 tons, Sherret, for Pdverty Bay, with 1 ton sugar, 1 hhd. rum, 1 cast containing 4 single-barrel and 2 double-barrel guns, 1 keg powder, I do. do., 72 packages sundries. February 22— Mary Ann White, 15 tons, Nicholas, for Coromandel, with machinery for flax mill, and 1 ton flour. Passengers— Mr. J. A. Brown,_ Mr. Cox and family.

IMPOSTS — FOREIGN. Per Gazelle, from Sydney,— loo boxes, candle*, 20 boxes soap, M. Somervillet 5 kegs shot, 10 chests tea, 14 half-chests tea, 100 cases geneva, 5 hhds. brandy, 7 cases oilman's stores, 4 kegs, 2 crates bottles, 1 box books, T. Macky and Co. ; 2 cases, S. H. Hamilton; 1 bale leather, Smith ; 7 cases hardware, 200 mats sugar, 100 cases geneva, 2 cases metal, 11 kegs nails, 1 bag do., 1 bale blankets, 1 bale felt, 1 case guns, J. S. Macfartane; 2 cases matches, 1 keg polish, order ; 120 mat* sugar, 1 hhd, treacle, W. Morrin; 115 mats sugar, 1 half-tierce tobacco, 20 boxes sperm, 1 case drapery, 1 bale blankets, 42 cases geneva, Owen & Graham ; 153 mats sugar, 10 chests tea, 25 boxes raisins, 30 bags rice, 25 boxes sperms, 3 half- tierces tobacco, H. Ellis ; 232 mats sugar, 40 boxes soap, 14 chests tea, 10 boxrs tea, 1 case chocolate, 1 case sundries, 1 bale paper, C. C. Barley; 1 case music, Richardson; 12 tierces beef, Captain Jones ; 10 boxes, 2 cases, P. A. Phillips ; 2 cases drapery, W. Rattray ; 1 cask oil, 2 casks irons, 1 case steelyards, J. Coleman ; 1 .bale flannel, 20 casks, salt fish, Giltillan and Co. ; 1 hhd. hollow.ware, Connell and Ridings ; 2 cases, 1 cask, Cruikshanks and Smart ; 3 cases ironmongery, 32 coils rope, 2 bales canvas, 2 casks zinc, 2 kpgs shot, 1 keg nails, 2 cases yellow metal, I package, 20 drums oil, C. A. Harris ; 1 case, Rev. OHara ; 1 case, Ingram ; 41 tons coals, 12 bales gunnies, Henderson r.nd Macfarlane, Per Gertrude, from Sydney, 2 bales, 1 case leather, J. Rout ; 264 bags sugar* C.C.Barley ; 152 bags sugar, W. Morrin ; 278 bags sugar, 1 hhd. loaf do., M. Somerville; 2 cases wine, J. McLeod ; 1 case, 3 boxes, I bale, Bain, Grahame & Co. ; 1 case cod-liver oil, C. Patchier ; 17 puncheons, 1 hhd rum, 50 bags rice, 142 bags sugar, 25 rolls matting, T. Macky & Co. ; 2 cases, 2 bales, 1 case watches, 3 bundles leather, D. Nathan and Co. ; 1 case wine, 10 carbons sulph. acid, 1 barrel tartaric acid, A. Wilkie; 10 cases N.S.W. wine, 1 case, Owen & Graham ; 1 bag, 1 cask ironmongery, 20 kegs nails, J. Coleman ; 10 cases, 1 b*le bags, 3 bales, 99 casks bottled beer, Gilfillan & Co. ; 10 chests, 30 halfchests, 10 boxes tea, S. Brown ; 80 mats, 71 bags sugar, 30 bundles 5 bars iron, 4 bales bags, 1 chain cable. 4 hhds. brandy, 5 j-casks wine, 45 bags coke, 3 trunks boots, 1 case prints, 5 casks 2 bale* slops, J. Salmon & Co. ; 89 mats sugar, 6 casks treacle, 2 hhds. vinegar, 5 bags walnuts, 14 crates earthenware, H. Ellis.

The Gertrude, Capt. Dunning, arrived on Friday morning, after a prolonged passage of 26 day§, during which she has met with nothing but either light baffling winds or severe weather from E.S.E. and S.E. Amongst her passengers is our our new Chief Justice, who wa» visited by the Attorney- General immediately upon his arrival.

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF AUCKLAND., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XV, Issue 1112, 23 February 1858

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF AUCKLAND. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XV, Issue 1112, 23 February 1858

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