SAILED. Dec. 8, barquel William Hyde, 533 tons, Raymond, for Melbourne. Passenger, Mr. Poigndester. „ baique Maori, 321 tons, Hayes, for Sydney. Passengeis, Captain aud Mrs. Simeon, family, and servant. IMPORTS. In the Content, Waitt & Co., agents, 24 horse?, 2 drays, 50 bags rice, 32 bags .sugar, G chests and 4 boxes lea, 70 boxes snap, 65 do. tallow candles, 3 do. sperm do., groceries, glass, nails, raisins, cv n ants, hard ware, arsenic, treacle, drugs, &c, ordtr. EXPORTS. In the Maori, Cookson & Co., agents,-16 kesis —OGO lbs. butter, N. 2., 1 case gutta percha lubinp, Gould <Nc Miles; 14 hides, 4 cases leather, While & Co.; ! box hooks, Campbell & Co.; also part of original cargo from Sydney.
Steam Navigation ov thk Riven.1-— The Alma wade lx;r fust trip to ilie Ferry Wharf t>n Monday lust, and is reported (if satisfactorily. Slie started from ihc jetty, at Lyttelton, about half past two, and reached the Ferry in two hours and a hall, including stopping outside the llt-ads, for the pilot, Mr. (i«o. Day. Inunediately after uuloiuliujr, she stemmed for Sumtier, and, although dctaiiud there ahout two liours, anchored ut Lytteltou soon ufier ten the same
evening, making the two trips and unloading in little more than ei^ht hours, notwithstanding the detentions. We understand tlial on her return IVoin her second trip to the river, the Alma will load for Kainpoi. The captain of the Content informs ns that he spoke, on the 26th Novemher, the ship James Arnold of New Bedford, with 1700 hails. of snenn oil, hit. 37*13 S., Lontf. 158 E., also on the 29th Nov., the ship Cashmere from N ew Plymouth, hound to India Lai. 3740 S., L o, lir 262-41 F.
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SHIPPING NEWS., Lyttelton Times, Volume V, Issue 325, 12 December 1855
SHIPPING NEWS. Lyttelton Times, Volume V, Issue 325, 12 December 1855
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