Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF AUCKLAND.
ENTERED INWARDS. October 23— John Bull, 15 tons, Noyer, fiom the Bay of Plenty, with 20 bushels niai^e, 3 casks poik, sundry luggage, 10 passengers. — T. W. Blown, agent. October 23— Comet, 18 tons, Sellers, from Tauranga, with 10 cwt. bacon, 3 cwt. poik, 15 bushels wheat, 2 passengers. — T. Macky and Co , agents. October 23— Nymph, 19 tons, Lloyd, fiom Mongonui, with 100 bushels maize, 7 cwt. pork, 2 hordes, 5 pigs, 1 goat, 2 dogs, 1 cat, 46 fowls, 8 ducks, 1 turkey, sundry household effects, 7 passengers. October 24— Endeavour, 15 tons, Inms, fiom Pakiri, with 11,000 feet timber and 2 passengers. Cctober 24 — Star, 16 tons, Eichaids. from Omah, with 10 tons wood and 1 passenger. October 24 — Dunedin, 67 tons, Stewait, from Otago, in ballast. October 25 — Ann, 36 tons, Polgiain, from Lyttelton, with 1600 bushels wheat. October 24 — Emma Eliza, 22 tons, Banks, from Bay of Plenty. October 24— Albert, 16 tons, Horopeta, from Coromandel, with 1500 feet house blocks and 4 passengers. October 25— Kate, 26 tons, Peteicon, from "Wangarei, with 1 ton kami guin, and 18 passengers. October 25 — John, 2 1 tons, Sullivan, from Mahurangi, jvith 33 tons firewood. October 25— Lord Ashley, s.s., 296 tons, Kennedy, from Sydney. Passengers — Messrs. Hales, Holmes, Vaile, Hinton, Gordon, and Shaw.— I.C.E.M.Co., agent. CLEARED OUTWARDS. October 23— Exert, 40 tons, Wallace, for Otago, via Coromandel, with 30,000 feet timber, to be shipped at Coromandel. October 23 — Thames, 17 tons, Jones, for Matakana, with 1 ton flour, 5 cwt. sugar, 1 boat, 4 cases sundries, 1 bag maize, 5 passengeis. October 24 — Endeavour, 15 tons, Innfc, for Waiheki, in ballast. October 25— Star, 16 tons, Richards, for" Waiheki, in ballast. October 25 Moa, 10 tons, Kelly, for Mahmangi, with 4 boxes luggage and 7 passengers. October 25— Sattelhte, 30 tons, Shoit, for Napier, with 15 tons flour, 1 ton bran, 6 cases nierchandi/.a, 6000 feet timber, 11 packages luggage. Passengeis — Mr. Turner and 4 otheis. October 25— Phantom, 15 tons, Andeison, for Waiheki, with 300 feet sawn timber and 2 bags flom. October 25— Lizzy, 19 tons, Kell, for Matakana, in ballast. October 25— Petrel, 20 tons, Carmichael, for Wangalei, with 3 tons flour, 6 bags sugar, 4 casks sundries, 4 cases, 300 feet timber and 6 passengers. October 25— John, 24 tons, Sullivan, for Mahurangi, with 600 tt»s. flour and 3 passengers. IMPORTS — FOREIGN. Per Lord Ashley, from Sydney : 2 casks stoies, 1 do. tallow, 1 bale hammocks, 8 packages rope, H.M S. Cordelia ; 8 cases drapery, J, H. Bnrnsulo ; 1 bale drapery, 50 boxes, 10 kegs, 1 bundle, 4 cases, 3 stoves, S. H. Smith ; 20 bags flour, C. J. Stone ; 2 bales leather, J. Eout; 1 case, Bain, Giahame and Co.; 216 mats sugar, Owen and Graham ; 2 cases stationciy, Union Bank; 1 box do., 5 hhds. nun, S. Blown; 14 bags rice, 5 cases railing 3 bags bailey, C boves candles, order; 7 casks, 2 cases, 4 bundles buckets, 46 camp ovens, 1 bundle hay forks, 1 do. bill-hooks, Maltby and Co., Napier ; 40 mats sugar, 1 piece uon, Salmon and Co.; 7 bare iron, 3 plates do., 1 package, 1 case locks, Cruickshank and Smart , 2 hhds. biandy, D Graham and Co.- 1 case cigais, 1 cask ginger, 4 cases coilcs, Mackay and Co. ; 6 cases tobacco, James Henderson ; 4 do. laisms, 2 bales leather, 3 cases print"?, 5 packages tea, 2 cases almonds, 1 paicel books, 1 case millinery, 1 paicel books, Gilfillan and Co. ; 320 mats sugar, 135 bags maize, Cheeseman; 20 pkga. diapery, S and J. R. Vaile; 2 cases, 1 diuni, S. J. Hamilton ; 20 chests congou, 50 and 60 boxes tea, 2 cases tobacco, 1 do. cigais, 4 do. chicory, 3 casks tallow, 20 boxes soap, M, Somervillo ; 11 cases fruit, older; 2 cases, Dacie ; 12 kegs butter, ouler ; 3 hhds. biandy, Kennedy ; 2 casks wine, H. M. S. Pawn; 11 cases fruit, order; 23 do., Backhouse 5 1 box, Grombie ; 1 do., Steward; 2 packages, Owen and Graham; 1 bov, Regnier; 1 parcel, Robeiton and Co.; 1 hoise, Hargieaves ; 2 pieces pipe, Cant. Cator, 10 tea, C. J. Stone; 1 tiuss, ordeu; 1 parcel, S. Coster ; 1 box, S. Brown ; 1 parcel, J. Richaulson ; 1 do., Woithington ; 1 do., R. Mooie ; 1 do , Gallagher ; 1 box, R. S. Drury ; 1 do , O. R. Stiiokland; 1 do., Rev. — . Paul ; 1 package, R. Ridings,
The Lord Asbley, Captain Kennedy, anived jcsfcerday morning from Sydney, with our English mails. She left Sydney on the 17th, in company with the Prince Alfred bound for Southern ports. The Loul Ashley has experienced head winds during the whole of her trip. The Prince Alfred took a eaigo of forty-two 1101*868 The' Daphne (failed from Woolwich on the 22nd of August, for New Zealand, with detachments of the Royal Artillery and other corps on boaul The Boanerges, with 600 men (llthrcgt), and the Sevila, with 100 more (same regt.) weie to follow. The Tornado, Capt Aitken, was, wo regiet to say, loBfc in Magellan's Straits, on her homowaul trip from Callao, with a cargo of guano. The Tornado was, it
will be remembered, the pioneer Bhip of the White Star Line to Auckland,
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