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FOR AKAROA, THE *• CALEDONIA," will leave this Port for Akaroa on Tuesday at noon. SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. Jan. 3, barque Daniel Webster, 300 tons, Addams, master, from Sydney. Passengers, Mrs. Addams, Messrs. J. and R. Longwortb, Hawkes, G. Smith, and. J. Chancey. Jan. 4, schooner Wellington, 57 tons, Porter, master, from Wellington. Passengers, Mrs. Bradley, Messrs. Owens, Rule, Young, Taylor, and Rev. Mr. Bradley. Jan. 4, ship Isabella Sercus, 569 tons, Sewell, from London. Passengers,—C. Alison, wife and 4 children, G. Burrel), wife and [infont, E. Buirell and wife, Eliza Borthwick and 2 children, John Burns & wife, John Cole and wife, Miles Cole & wife, Joseph Cricks, wife and son, Henry Dress and ■wife, Herman Fagen, wife and daughter, S. Goldiug and wife, J. Huut, wife and 3 children, Joseph Harrell, wife and 3 children,i Emblem Hughes and two children, Richard Hemmans and wife, Fritz Keltenberg and wife, Charles Morgan ami wife, ffm. Moore, wife and infant, Rd. Russell, wife and 2 children, Edwd. Sleggall and son, Jos. Slokes, wife and infant, John Tan mar and wife. Single ( men, —R. Attaway, F. Bean, C. Bennett, W} Clark, J. Clark, D. Creuse. H. Cole, J. Cotton,- R. Cohbald, H. Dean, H- Ebling, J. Elliott, R, G. Fleming, G. W. Fleming, T. Friedenthol, W. Gefhen, W. H&yton, H. Hinchen, L. Hoist, W. L. Jane, W. Jones, J. James, Julian Kissing, D. Koiter, J. Laurism&nn, J. Leahtnain, F. Leurs, Jolian* Mayer. J- Manzel!s,T. Preece,E. Ruby, H. Rust P. Regan. F. Schmidt, TV. Swigy, Job Todd, D. Todd.—Single women, —M. A. Daasch, JBBennett, A."Frazer, C. Qldfield, C. O'Neil, M.. Simmons, C. Vogeler, E. Whitley, G. Warutel, E. Warnel, M. A. Warnel, Martha Warn el. Died on the passage, —Adults: Dec. 30, J. D. Sinclair, 29 yrs., passenger for Otago ; Dec. 12, Charles Hughes, 26 years, for' Canterbury ; Dec. 15, Hannah Sleggafl, 25 yrs., for' Canterbur y; Jan. 3, Esther Lock, 22 years, for Canterbury. Infants, —Oct. 14, Lucy Alisou, Emily Burrefl, H. Hughe?, Geo. Hunt. Two births occurred. Passeugers for Otago,— Chief Cabin: Mr. and Mrs. Edwards and family. Assisted passengers : F. Alexander, W. H. Alexander, L. Barker, F. Barter, M. Biiinie, W. Brown, M. Duncan, J. Duncan, J. Dabinet, wife and 4 children, H. Harrison, W. Jackson, N. Martin, J.Robertson, M. Robertson, C. Urquhart. [This^ vessel brought no regular mail.] The quarantine flag was hoisted by the Harbour Master on this vessel until the Medical Officer had inspected her. sailed. Jan. 2, brig Mountain Maid, 192 tons, P?acock, master, for Wellington.' Passengers, Mrs. Abbott and 5 children, Miss Wallace, Messrs. Vogau, Lefiliiatre, and Buchanan. EXPORTS, jf In the Mountain Maid, muster, agent, 45 .bales wool, 80 ba»s qxts. 7 cwt. cheese, and "part original cargo from Sydney. IMPORTS. In the Daniel Webster, \Alport, agent. 80 borses ami 80 heifers. In the Wellington, Waitt & Co., agents, 11 lihds. rum. 2o c;ises and 1 qr. cksk brandy, 3 hhds. wiiibkev, 2 do. gin, 4 qr. ca?fes gin, and sundries. In the Isabella Ilercus, Latter & Lc Cren, agents, 4 qr. casks and 8 octaves. Latter; J case, F. N. Campbell; l box, Capt Smith • 1 case, C. Davie ; 2 boxes, Rev. B. W. DudleyY 1 bos, Capt. Greaves ; 20 packages, Latter ; 21 do., Dr. Fibber ; 1 case, Rev. J. Wilson ; 2 do , J. Dicken; 1 do., H. A. Scott; 1 do., .Raven ; 1 pr. wheels and 1 axle tree, W. Parish ; 3 ca<e<=, Sidey & Le Cren ; 1 box, C. O. Torlesse ; 1 do , Mr^. Deans; 4 qr. casks mid 16 cases, Latter; 1 cnsfe, T. S. D-aacan ; 187 packages, Latter ; 2 cai-es, Gould & Miles; £'25 in specie, Pickering ; 80 ]>ackages, 229 boxes, and 40 bundles, Walter : 14 packages, Chisueil; 71 do., 6G do.. 4 cses, 4 chests, 1 case, 48 cart bodies a>id arms, 17 griudsiones, 1G packages, 2 bids., and 2 casks, Laiter. The Bank of England left Deal on Sept. Gih fur X<;w Zealand. China, a\u) from Deal Sept. 4th for New Zealand. CoiSiiUNiCATi'»N Bktwkbjj Livkhpooi, ksv> Ni:w Zk^lanu.—lt affords us the utmost plea-

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