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17th Aug., ship Caroline Agness, Capt. Ferguson, 580 tons. Passengers, Labourers, — John Coe and wife, Walker, Goodrich, Going, Evans, Voght, Oliver, Maugber, Roach, Chalmers, J. Watts, Dico, Brooks, H, Wftts, Mc Connack, A. and. R. Dann, Shiell, Gercken, Booth, Banks, Jones, Bell, wife and son, Gains, wife and son, Stokes, wife, 2 sons & 2 daughters, Evans, Brady and wife, A. Maugber, wife, 2 sons, and daughter, Hobbs, wife and 2 sons, Chalmers and wife, Dew aud wife, Sopp, wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters, Carroll, wife, son, and 2 daughters, Derry and wife, Packwood, wife and son, John Fedibourne and wife; Farmer. Carpenters, —Warren, wife and son ; Marshall, Stone, wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters, Steere and wife ; Bruist, wife and son; Schinich, wife and daughter. Tinman, —Vincent, wife, sou, and two daughters. Cooper, —Donnett. Joiners, Gardiner, Foux.dl, wife, son,fand daughter. Ironmonger,—Reill. Shoemakers, — Pring, Staunton, W. & W. Wilson, Adams and wife; Chisnell, wife and daughter. Gardiners, —W.Bishop,wife and daughter; R. Bishop, Hislopp, wife and daughter. Blacksmith, —Taylor, wife, 2 sons,-.. and 3 daughters. Sadler, —McGrath, and wife. Brichmakers, —J. Evans, and wife ; H. Farmer, and wife. Baker, —T. Wilson. Lapidary, — Smith. Mason, —Wicks. Wheelwright, —Peron, and wife. Tailor, —Nicolls, and wife. Mechanic, —B'ince, wife and son. Housekeepers, —J. and E. Donnett. Female Servants, —Mc Creath, L. aud E. Beil, M.Kent, E.Tisch, E.Boswortb, G. Soutcombe, Margaret and Mary Donnett, E. Smith, C. Wyld, M. Hall, C Ellwood, S. Rollin, C. Leigh, A. Harvey, M. Chisnell, Ann Hobbs, C.Chalmers, C. Bishop, A. Bell, Ellen Chapman, J. Shipstone, M. A. Stringer, Anne Richerby, I. and A. Asher, FannySteere. Passengers for Otago. R. Swale, G." Howaitb, and

wiffc ; Douglas, and wife ; Hay, M. Burnside, Dawson, Borthwick, Dathie. Aug. 19, barque Maori, 321 tons, Jackson, from Sydney. Passenger, Mr. J. R. Hayes „ Brig Gratitude, 154 tons, Rogers, from Sydney. Passengers, Messrs. W. S. Moorbouse, Smeaton, Johnston, Smith,aud Mrs. Rogers and child.—[This vessel has made a long passage, being detained by contrary winds, but tbe report i|; the Nelson Examiner that the provision for the stock on board was exhausted, has been contradicted.] Aug. 20, schooner Harry, 22 tons, Cowan, from Wellington for Christchurch. „ Brigantine Camilla, 202 tons, Plant, from Otago. Passengers, Messrs. McItelbsr and McNabb. „ Brig Christina, 126 tons, B. Kay, from Melbourne and Otago. „ Schooner Wellington, 54 tons, Thomas, from Auckland. Passenger, Mr Wilson, IMPORTS. In the Caroline Agness — Latter and Le Cren, agents, —1 case, 5 pkgs. 3 cases, 5 cases, 2 iron plates, 168 bags salt, 2'casks, 106 iron pots, 50 camp ovens, 9 iron boilers, 347 bars of iron, 221 bdls., 8 slate hearths, 1 keg nails, 8000 slates, 93 tons coal, 4 hhds. 1 case, 1 box, Latter & Co.; 10 bdls., 3 casks, 1 bale, 12 pkgs., 1 case, JO3 kegs of oil paint, I barrel, 1 box, 1 bag, 1 pkg, 3 sheets lead, 20 boxes glass, 1 bale, Gould & Miles ; 10 hhds., 190 pkgs., White and Co. : 20 hhds., 50 casks, 10 cases, Waitt & Co.; 1 cart body, 4 wheels, 1 pkg., 1 case, 4 pkgs., Capt. Scott; 8 pkgs.,; L 3 kegs, I barrel, 4 boxes, 7 do., 5 barrels, 4 pkgs., 2 crates, 1 box, 1 cask, 1 pkg., Jno. Hay; 1 dr^y, Cookson & Co.; 1 box, S. Barker; I do., Jno. Shand ; 1 do., G. C. Black: 1 do., E. Edwards; 1 do., W.Woodford; 1 do., A. C. Barker; 1 do., Oapt. Rowe; 1 do., Rev. W Hock ; 1 do., M'Cardell; 1 do., Tancred ; 1 matted jpkg., T. W. Hull; 1 pkg., Messrs. Bowen ; 11 pkg., Bell ; 9 casks, Wilson ; 1 case, Thompson ; 2 prs. wheels, Worsley ; 1 case, R. W. Home ; 1 case, Rev. J. Wilson ; 1 do., C. Jeffreys ; 1 do., T. \V. Rayner; 1 do., T. Duncan ; 1 do., J. Boys; 1 do., Blakiston & Co. £1,461 in| specie, J. Studholme ; 1 bag containing £[ 00, J. Coe. Cargo to Otago,—lo^ hhds., E. Glashin ; 1 case, J. I. Washlers ; 1 pkg., W. Currie; 1 box, Dr. Purdie; 1 do., Mrs. Atkinson ; 1 do., W. Moores; 1 do., J. A. Cheyne; 1 do.,R. Marshall ; I case, Hammond ; 1 box R. & B. Ho'jkls ; 2 cases, Dalrymple & Son ; 1 box, A. Keg; 6 pkgs., W. G. Rich ; 9 cases, J. Gillies ; 2 do., A. Baker ; 2 boxes, Me Andrew & Co. ; 7 pkgs., Mansford ; 1 case, 1 box, 3 cases, J. B. Clarke ; 4 cases, G. Howarth ; 1 box, C. C. Milne; 1 case, J. Richardson ; TO pkgs., J. Jones; 30 casks, I do., 0. Shand ; 1 box, J. Sutherland ; 1 plough, 1 box,Mr. Burn ; 2 cases, His Honor the Superintendent, Otago ; 1 case, Capt. Cargill; 1 cask, J. Brogh ; 3 pkgs., J. Duncan ; 1 bag £55, Mrs. Ferguson ; 6 chests tea, J. Cargill, & J. B. Harris; £100 in sovereigns, Cargill ; 1 box specie,'E. &D. Napier; £473, J. Maitland; £700, G. Shand; £150, Capt. Bellairs; 1 parcel, Henry Clapcott; 1 do., Thos. Redpath. In tbe Maori, Latter and Le Cren, afrits, 60 head cattle, 52 horses, 10 drays, and 1 bale gunny bags, J. R. Hayes. In the Gratitude, A. E. White & Co., agents, 388 bags sugar, 17 chests and 33 half-chests tea, 1 barrel currants, 4 boxes rasins, 1 cask apples, 20 cases beer, 20 kegs nails, 3 cases stationery, 50 bundles sashes, 1 drum oil, 1 cask plaster of Paris, 10 drums spirits tar, 2 drums coal tar, 1 keg nails, 1 case ironmongery, 1 case books, 4 cases drapery, 1 case chairs, 1 case clocks, ] case clock weights, 3 cases stationery, 1 bag spice, 1 case seed, 1 cask ginger, 1 case groceries, 6 boxes moulds, 6 cases drapery, 3 eases beer, 2 casks drugs, 1 keg rennets, 1 truss drapery, 3 cases stationery, 6 casks, 3 cases, and 1 -trundle ironmongery, 2 ploughs, 14 kegs nails, 24 camp ovens and covers, 1 case saddlery, 2 tons bar iron, 2 bundles maul rings, 1 box peri. fumery, 1 painting, 5 tons coals, 8 drays, 20 horses, 1 case saddlery, 1 pair bellows, 1 barrel I oranges, order. In the Harry, Waitt & Hargreaves, agents, 97 bags sugar, 55 boxes soap, 1 case sardines. 4 ; bales gunny bags, and 6 hhds. ale, order. In tbe Camilla, Waitt & Hargreaves, agents, i 45 bags potatoes, 3 tons, W. F. Plant. In tbe Christina, Latter & Le Cren, agents. ; 1 case shawls, 8 bales of Gunny bags. \ In the Wellington, Waitt & Hargreaves, ' agents, ballast.

The Bishop of New Zealand's Yacht, Southern Cross, Captain George Sustins, arrived at Auckland, from Southampton on the 19th ult., after a very fair passage of 113 days. The Southern Cross is a topsail schooner, of 70 tons new measurement and 1-00 tons old. She was constructed expressly for Dr. Selwyn by those eminent builders Messrs. Wigrarn and Sons, of Blackwall, and from her performance during the passage, which was a favourable one, has earned tbe reputation of being an excellent sea boat. She is remarkably sharp at her entrance, and has a clean and well-rounded run : and her master pronounces her to be a good vessel, of a model which combines speed with weatherly and other desirable qualifications. Her accommodations, fore, and ait, are plain, but substantial and comfortable, and she is provided with a couple of sweeps on both sides.

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SHIPPING NEWS Lyttelton Times, Volume V, Issue 293, 22 August 1855

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