4 ' ARRIVED. Aug. 19, schooner Return, 78 tons, Toohig, from ' Wellington. Passenger, Miss Fitzallen. Same day,brig Louis and Miriam, 127 tons, Pilfold, from Sydney, via Wellington. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Parratt, Mr. and Mrs. Popham, Mrs. K^igdon, Miss Loveridge, Messrs. F. Duncan, J. C. Kemp* Beardmore, G. Hoffman, Capt. Me Kenzie, and 4 in the steerage. Oct. 21, cutter Fly, 22 tons, Cemino, from Wellington. Same day, ship Canterbury, 970 tons, Edwards, from London. Passengers, Capt. Simeon, Mrs. Simeon, and five children, Miss Andrews, Mr. E. , F. 15io\vn,Mr. W". Kennaway, Capt. B. Woolcombe, ' R.N.. Mr. James Field, Mrs. Field, Mr. Strickland Field, Mr. James Field, Jun., Mrs. M. Leroo, Mr. C. K. Vigers, Mrs. Vigers, and five children, Mr. Chas. Adams, (for Wellington,) Mr. A. R. Creyke, Dr. White, (Surgeon,) Rev. Mr. £ade, (Chaplain,) Mr. J. Napier, Mr. Me Pherson, Mr. R. Higgs, Mr. E. Lloyd, Mr. Sidney Merewether, (for Wei ■ lington,) Mr. C. Pearson, Mr. R. Brown, Mr. E. Spencer, "Mr. J. Dyer, Miss M. A. Dyer, Mr. Thos. ' S.iaw, and 97 in the steerage. SAILED. Oct. 20, schooner Twins, 41 tons, Davis, for Wellington. Passengers, Messrs. Bray, Hornbrook, Currie, and Poulgrain. EXPORTS. In the Twins, —3 cases sherry, 8 do. claret, 1000 cigai% 1 <\v. cask gin, 1 cask beef, J. Davis, 4 cases gin, 6 bolts canvas, 3 coils rope, 1 coil spun yarn, 17 blocks, 4 marling spikes, 1 box brushes and blocks, ] bdle. hoops, 23 cans paint, 3 cans, 1 box i nails, 2 casks vinegar, 1 bdle. twine, 2 cans white lead, 2 boat oars, 150 sheep skins, T. Currie. IMPORTS. In the Return, —3 hhds. brandy, 1 keg manufactured tobacco, G. Pickett; 18 boxes tea, 10 do. j raisins, 34 bags, 6 casks sugar, 5,000 palings, 36 wool packs, 5 qr. casks vinegar, 3 casks pork, 20 kegs butter, 24,000 feet timber, 2 cwt. lard, 50 bushels maize, 20 boxes candles, D. M. Laurie; - 4 hhds. porter, 6 brls, ale, G. Compton ; 50 bags sugar, 20 kegs white lead, 10 kegs nails, Longden and Le Creu ; 1 case drugs, Bayfield. Jn the Louis and Miriam, 102 bags flour. Order ; , 4 case grindery, 2 packages leather, Swinbourne ; 1 bale paper; 2 bales drapery, 1 case glassware, 50 1 casks ale, 30 hhds. porter, 6 cases wine, 24 mats feiii>ar, 4 Jkixes soap, 4 casks butter, 2 do. soda, 2 cheats, 4 half chests tea, 2 bags rice, 1 bag pepper, 1 case cordials, 8 boxes candles, 3 cases oilman's stores, 1 box, 1 cask currants, 1 barrel gunpowder, Order; 1 cask ironmongery, C Latter; 1 bundle saws, 2 cases paper, 2 cases sheepshears, 1 case tin ware, 1 bag candle wick, Order; iron safe, Union Bank ; 1 case, 1 parcel lamp cotton, 1 sack harness, 1 cd'-k tinware, 1 roll leather, R. H. Rhodes. Tn the Fly, — 1 hhd. rum, 3 bags sugar, 1 chest tea, Order ; 4 chests tea, 24 bags, 6 casks sugar, 1 bag coffee, 1 package tobacco, 3 qr. casks port wine, 1 case sherry. 12 boxes candles, 1 case salad oil, 2 bags salt, 153 bushels maize, 25 baskets do., 3 tons potatoes, 2 casks butter, 2,000 feet timber, Bamris- .• ter; 2 boxes candles, 5 kegs butter, % ton bacon, 2 kegs lead, 6 bags oats, Order.
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SHIPPING NEWS., Lyttelton Times, Volume I, Issue 42, 25 October 1851
SHIPPING NEWS. Lyttelton Times, Volume I, Issue 42, 25 October 1851
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