ARRIVED. April" 17, schooner Pdlinurus, 15 tons, Johnston, from Akaroa. April 25, ship B'alnaguith, 461 tons, Smith', from London. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Potts and family, Messrs. Read and Edwards (2), and 27 in the steerage. May 3, cutter Caledonia, 16 tons, Grubb, from Wellington. Passengers, Messrs. Cameron, Scott (2), Campion, Orchard, Gilbert, Faddington, and Capt. Nugent. CLEARED OUT. April 24, American ship Akhbar, 612 tons, Goffiu, for Caliao. . April 27, schooner PaHnurus, 15 tons, Johnston, for Akaroa. May 3, ship Balnayuith, 46* tons, Smith, for1" Wellington. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Lyon, Messrs.'Huttou and Hart. f IMPORTS. "In the Balnaguith, —tea, brandy, 196 cases, 36 boxes, &c, Cookson, Bowler,-"and Go.; 1 box, Harrnan ; 1 do., Fitzgerald; &c, &c. In the Caledonia^ —porter, beer, oil, books, shot, tin ware, &c. In the Palinurus, —10,000 feet timber, butter, peaches, &c. EXPORTS. •; In the Balnaguith^-^vi of original cargo* from London ; cheese tind wool. Iti^ the wheat, flour, brandy wine, gin, canvasi&c:, &p. :
The following yessels are advertised for Canterbury from LoivdoV:— The Thetis (Messrs. Willis &'Co.'s line), and the Trafalgar (Messrs. Young,;■;&■• Oo.'s line.) The, Thetis for Otago, Wellington, and Canterbury," was to sail on the Ist of February, and the Trafalgar for Canterbury aud Wellington some day during March.
Bieth.—May 4th, Mrs. Charles Perceval, of a son, still born. - ' DiED-rAt; .Lyttelton, on Sunday, April 30, aged nine weeks, Walter Burrington, the iniant son of Captain Simeon. — On Tuesday, May 2nd, at Lyttelton, much regretted by all who knew him, Mr_ Robert Shalders, Shoe Maker, aged 52 years.
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SHIPPING NEWS., Lyttelton Times, Volume IV, Issue 174, 6 May 1854
SHIPPING NEWS. Lyttelton Times, Volume IV, Issue 174, 6 May 1854
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