BAY OF ISLANDS SHIPPING.
Arrivals. — November 23, Northern Light, barque, from South Seas, put in to fish a spruuc maiumasfc. Captain Baker has taken 300 barrels sperm since leaving the port in April last. November 24, Go-ahead, steamer, from Auckland, with general cargo and seven passengers. November 26, Sovereign of Seas, cutter, from Aucklaud, in ballast ; Gazelle, cutter, from Auckland, in ballast ; Maud, cuttor, from Thames, in ballast ; Mary Ann, cutter, from Thames, in hallasfc ; Manner, schooner, from Thames, in ballast; Sunbeam, schooner, from Whangaroa, with cargo and sawn timber ; Coinerang, steamer, from Auckland, general car^o and passengers ; Leonidas, schooner, called in on her way to Fiji ; Success, schooner, from Aucklaud, in ballast ; Isab"lla, ketch, from Thames, m ballast ; Mary I'h'-mpson, schooner, from Thames, in ballaat. November 27, Three Sisters, cutter, from Thames, in ballast; Magellan Cloud, brigantine, from Napier via Tauranga, in ballast. November 2S, Miranda, cutter, from Thames, in ballast. Departures. — November 25, Go-ahead, steamer, for Auckland, 32 tons coal, 3 tons sfum, 12 bales flax, 2 horses, 12 hides, and 18 passengers. November 26, Ruby, cutter, for Auckland, 43 tons coal. November 27, Leonidas, schooner, for Fiji, with original cargo. November 29, Comerang, steamer, for Auckland, 106 tons coal, 6 tons gum, and 25 passengers. November 29, Mary «,nn, cutter, for Awanui, 20 tons coals; Maud, cutter, for Auckland, 48 tons coal'; Sovereign of the Sea 3, for ' ucklaud, 40 tons coal. The Mand and Sovereign of the Sea" are loaded, waiting for a slant of wind.
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BAY OF ISLANDS SHIPPING., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVI, Issue 4153, 5 December 1870
BAY OF ISLANDS SHIPPING. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVI, Issue 4153, 5 December 1870
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