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PORT OF AUCKLAND.

MISCELLANEOUS.

December 84 — Overcast. Wind NX.

ARRIVALS. TTrugnay. barque, 320 tons Pilnglo, from San Fiaucisco, vlil Tahiti, with lumber JUihersteig, Inig, 200 tons, from Capo of Good Hope, with emigrants. June, briff, 100 tons, Shimmin«, from Hobart Town, witli timber, <tc. K»nrl, schooner, 37 tons, Shotrer, f i om East Const, \» ith mnizo.

DBrAUTURE WongA Wont*, a.a , 104 tons, Thompson, for WiHicnrci nnd Hot Springs

VESSELS EXPECTED. G»Wen City, ship, from London, N». 8247, Ist dis p. LueliMlle, ship, from London, V.G.N.D., new code. Ginees. ship, from London, No. 4182, lit dis p Armstrong, ship, from London, No 3729, 2nd dis j> Ernestine, ihip, from London, No. 2574, 3rd dis p .Spirit of tho North, ship, from London, No. 8070, 2ml dis. p Anne Wood, ship, from I omlon, sailed September 8. MatoaVn, ship, from London, No. 94SC, 2nd dk p , sailed Victory, "liipT from London, No. 2305, 2nd dii p . sailed Viscount Cunning, ship, from London, No 1275, *Jrd dis. p., tailed September 17. Fo»m of the Sea, ship, from London, Xo. 12(5, 3rd an. p. Empress, "ship, from London, No 3524, 15t dii p. Nelson, "ship, from London, No 8702, 15t dis p. Addhcid, barque, from Ltith, via Wellington, No 5.\ Ist dis. p., sailed August 15. T»mpico, bamue.from Valparaiso Novelty, bmane, from R)dney, No 0421, 2nd di* p Waverley. bns, from Mnnf itiu<, No 2.140, 2nd dis p. General Cameron, schooner, from L\ttelton Sylph, schooner, from Rufell Bet JJreeJW, scliooncv, from Kussoll

PROJttCTRI) DEPVRTriItKS. For Londox — Anutzonc, to day ; Ida Zciglor, January 20th RYDVtv — Alice Cameron, early. TiunAXuA — Taurauei to d.ij Wanoa>iu — Surprise, to tiny Natifk.— Zillfth, to-day.

VE3SEIS IN lIARBOUR. (This Hit does not include coasting cutters ) H.M. f.J. Curaeoi, Commodore Wiseman, from th« Kawau. Igmont, «b , SOS tons, Treilvsen, from Sydney.— lt. M. Joivis, agent. NoTelty, s i. F 42 tons, Quance, from Mia Mannkau.— Graham and Co., agenti. Ballarat, p s , SI tf ns, Turner, from Napier. Bella Marina, ship, coil hulk Ida Zelgler, ship, SCO torn, Reynolds, from London — D. Nathan, agent Talbot, ship, $47 tonn. James, from London. — CruieVjhaiik, Smart, and Co agents Nimroud, ship, 1022 tons, Oughton, from London.— Timid Natlian, agent Maori, nhip, 700 tons, Asliby, from Cape of Good Hope.— Cruickshank, Smart, and Co . agents Ardbvg, ship, 921 tons, ITobson, from London.— J. Roberton and Co , agents Hdenslee, shin. 759 tons, Brown, from th« Clyde — Walter Grahamr, agent Light Brigade, ship, 1214 tons, Evans, fromlondon — W S Laurie, aitr.t Beißie, barque, 402 torn, Gay, from Stndwich Islands.— T IT. Hall, agent. Sir George Grey, bwaue, 590 tons, Barron, from Xowcistle — Henderson and Macfarlane, nßents Amazone, barque, Meyer, from Knipira — Buchol7 and Co , agent* Alice Cameron, barque, 347 tons, Nearing, from Sydney — Henderson and Motfarlane, agent? Bialto, barque, 303 tons, Noon, from Newcastle — Combos anil Daldy, aecnts. Ann and .Tane, barqnc, 2C2 torn, Smith, from Newcastle — J S. Alacf.irlanc, agent Eeiherstieir. burqne. from Cape of Good Hope ITrniriwy, barque, 320 tons, Princlc, fiom San Francisco, >ia Xaliiti. irystsry. barque. 424 tons, Conglne, from Lherpool— T S Ha'cfarlanc and Co , njents Constance, barque, 350 tons, Elliott, fiom Adelaide Albert William, barque, ROr> tons, Walker, from London — Owen and Grahnm, agenti Marian, hulk Venus, brijr, IS3 tons, Kcau, from Tar^naki — Cruickshank. Smart, and Co , a?ents Tryde, brig, 175 tons, Verren.from Hobart Town — C J.Stono and .Son, HKtnts. Reliance, brig, 120 tons, Frodham, from Hobart Town Jane, bris, from Hobart Town Sea Gull," bneantine. 121 tuns, WateiuMii, fiom Kaipara — Brown, Campbell, and Co , agents Neva, sclioonar, 92 tons, Young, from Rorotonga Alliance, bngantine, 73 tons, Sollars, from Tauranga Southern Cross, schoonor, 92 tons, Tilly, from South Sea Islands. Little Fred, schooner. 131 tons, M'Kenzie, from Kaipara. Kauri, schooner, 37 tons, Sheirer, from East Coast. ZiUah, schooner, 08 tons, Sullhnn, from Napier — Salmon and Co., agents Surprise, schooner, GO ton«, Wallace, from Tanranga. Kiwi, schooner, 3d tons, Bryers, from Hokiang.i — G Webstei, agent. Tanranga, schooner, CO tons, Sellars, from Tauranga.— Thos Uacky and Co , agents Rose Ann, schooner, 27 tons, Jones, from East Coast —John Salmon and Co , agonts Et.Kilda, schooner, 03 tons, Rogers, from «outh Sea Islands Tia Canterbury — S J Edmonds agent Queen, schooner, Meiklejohn, from Mercury Bay. Meteor, schooner, 43 tans, Farrell, for Port Fitzroy, Iranhoe, 72 ton», M'Gregor, from Mongonni

ENTERED INWARDS. December 24— Fancy, 27 torn, Johnston, from Waiheki, nith 4") tons firewood. 24— Kunri, 37 ion 3, Shearer, from East Coast, with 120 bags, 372 kits. Passenger— l. 24— Henry Havelock, 17 tons, iTiuM, from Mangawai, with 12,000 fe»t timber, 2 tons gum, 501bs butt«r, 50 dozen eggs, 1 ton passengers' luggage. Passengers— lo 24 -Three Sisteri, 26 torn, P»ge, from Tauianga, with 45 tons firewood.

CLEAKED OUTWAEDS. Deckvbeh 2*— Shamrock, 30 tons, Morgan, for Coromandel, in ballast Passengers — 3. 24— Sea Gull, 121 tons, Waterman, for Kaipara, with 23 pltgs groceries —Brown, Campbell, and Co , agent-, 24— Little Fred. 131 ton 3, il'Kenzie, for "Wanganui, ■nitli ICO tons commissariat stores. — Cruitkshank, Smirt, and Co., agents. 24— I\»nhoa, 72 tons, M'Gregor, for Mongoiim, with lhlul rum, 6 cases geneva, 10 i-cise? gene\a, lhlid nlc, 1 cask porter, 3 tons flour, i cases dmperv, 20 parcels jiooeries, 20 packages furniture. Passengers — 5 84— Henry Havelock, 17 tons, Jurtd, for Mangaw.d, with •undrits.

TIME BALL. h m. '. Th« Auckland mean time, when Hi* ball dropped on Sunday morning, wk 8 SI 35 Th» Greenwich mean time, when the ball dropped an Sunday morning, «»i 9 20 25 S. J. "WILLIAM^ Smale'i Point

AJtBIVAL OF THE REIHERSTEIG FROM THE CAPH OF GOOD HOPE. Th« bti? Reihersteig, Captain N. C T Oehlmann, left the Cape of Good Hope on the 20th October, and experienced moderate weather throughout the passage making the 'ihrce King* on Friday last ?he bring? the fouitli batch of <ro\emment emigrant f rom T»ble Bay The following ii a list of their names :— Pa^SEVOERS Thomas, Jane, Margaret, Elizabeth Hutchison , Thomai, Ellxabeth, Sarah Sinott . Louis, .Mary, Armt.nia, August Obtzxe , Francis and Louise Brew : "Win. Barker . William, Mary Ann, William Cobourne ; J^mei Jncluon , John, Catherine, Bridget, James Doyle . William Elliott . Patrick, Margaret, Margaret Hughes ; Alary and C'atheiinc Ds\eney , John and Margaret McDonald : John, Catherine, Ma y, Stephen O'Neill; Euiftnucl Rigby, Edward, Honoris, Mary, Mary Shoehsn ; Patrick and Maiy Murphy , Michael, Margaret, Thomas, MaryNeal; George and Mai ion Loregrove ; Michael, Mary, Mary, Bridget Sheririnn , Julia Maloney; Michael and Ellen Toolier, Patrick Macnamara, Wtt, Mary Ann, Elizabeth, Susannah, CJreenw Ith, William, Nicholas Herival ; Patrick, Catherine, Marj Murphy . Win. Jackson ; James and Elizabeth Smart ; Henry, Louisa, Richard, Emily Warren ; Laurence and Ann Xolan . John Hardgrarei: George Leith, John, Bridget, James, Mary Egan : Margaret Hartnedy , Mary Conolly , Henrj Paul , Thomas, Isabella, Isabella Scott , Henry Kingsley ; John Ken ton, Hugh Mullen ; William, Isabella, William, James, Isabella, Jessie Elder ; Martin Needhain , Swift and Ann Ball; Daniel, Mary, Joseph Dunn, John Power, Thomas, Isabella, Annie Anderson , Michael and Margaret ISurk*; Michael, Catherine, Elizabeth Sweeney ; Reuben, ElUabsth Thomas Prescott , William, Isabella, Margaret, Isabella Smith , Mary Grant ; Martin, Catherine, Thomas, James, Mary Ann McGrath ; Michiel Kelly . I'atncV, Mary, William Guirevran , Philip, Ann, Charlotte Glce^on , Willum and Elizabeth Meson . Charles TliomaiLloy.l : Thomas, Mary, Thomas, Mary £ , William. Emma, June, John Reid , Frederick, Elizabeth Ann, Samuel Frederick, Harry, George .Tnnici, Elizabeth Chrirtma.l , Wm. Johnston. Periom who have paid their own passage : — John McDonald, Gr»en Hill : Fanny, Agnei, Emily, and David Glendcnning.

ARRIVAL OF THE URUGUAY, FROM SAN FRANCISCO The barque Uruguay, 320 tons. Captain Printle, left S»n Francisco on the 15th October, and experienced fine weather •nd moderate windi until the 30th Was tiicn becalmed until the 7th November. Crowed the Equator on the 10th NoTember, in longitude 145 H W ; and arrived at Tahiti on the 21st of the nine month. Having taken in wine more careo, ihe sailed from thenc* on the Ist December, and had fine weather until within a few milei of the coast Slio ha? since had head winds and heavy weather. The Uruguay brings 2,090 pieces lumber, from San Francisco, - to order, «nd the following cargo from Tahiti :— lO caiks limejuice ; 4 cases 1 packaje, D. Nathan . 2 cases 1 package, T>r Fischer: 16 barrels limejuice. It J.King, 235 bags bcche-le-mer and 127 but* pearl shells, Newton Brothers, Sydney Theiubjolned Is a list of passenger* by the Uruguay ,-Mn. : PrinjU, Mr. B J. King, T. R. Arnott, R. 11. Pringle, J. JturUy, and J. Brotrn. Messrs. Henderson *nd Maofarlane ' mv Agents for thu veiseL

AItBIVAL OF THE JANE FROM HOBART TOWN. The brir J»ne, 160 toiw, C»pt Shimmin«, left Hob»rt Town on the Btb iniUnt, and experienced variable wtndi until making the land. Th« Three King* were made on Thursday, »nd itronr N.E wlndt h*ve prevniled down coa»t The Jane ibrinff the followinj cmjo, con?Urned to Mr. S. Coohrnne:— palion, 60,000 feet timber, 5 ton« h*y, 30,000 iliingles, H ton che«sc, 4 ton butter ■s «« J»ne report* lijnriUnr the M»ori, new the North

; ThuWp lind»»y» hu »nrJv«d »tT»mn»ld, with a cwbo of I c*ttU from KtwcMtle. f " Tht ichooner 11UU Pr#d hw *AU«d /or W«ng»nui, with 100 '♦pm Commluarist itorei I -.mttMhoon«rK»nri»rriT»d on Saturday mornlnt from the ybut Capt , wljh % c«rf o of uuixe,

Th« «.s, Lord Aaliley, C»pt. Randall, is due line from the South on Thursday next. The i<. Wouga Wonga, Cftpt. Tliompion, left tUo Wharf At 11 SO a m on Ssturdftyfor'WftiigiiroUudHotSprlng'i, convoylnr about 50 paniongcrs and 10 horiei, nhd levornl tons of cirgo BRMAitKABiA' Quick Passage — Tho cnttor AnnlD Laurie left 'J'nitrangii nt S I.m on the 23) d instnnt, rvnd nirivcd lieio nt 3 1) m on Satnrilny, 2!thin«tnnt— mnking the pastigo in 10 limtri

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PORT OF AUCKLAND. MISCELLANEOUS., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XX, Issue 2319, 26 December 1864

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