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ARRIVED. Jan. 23, schooner Canterbury, 37 tons,-Bowton, from Wellington. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Olson and family (3), Mrs. Carter," Mrs. Wilson, Miss o'Connell, Messrs. Spencer, Kingsbury, Ndsworthy, Sraham, Williams; Thompson, Anmer, and Wilson. Jan. 25, schooner Lucy James, 33 tons, Throop, From Wellington, for the river. Same day, s.s. White ..Swan, 191 tons, J. McLean, from Wellington. Passengers, Captain and Mrs. Milton, Dr. .Hodgkinson, Dr. Buchanan and son, Mr. and Mrs. Turrell, Mrs. Ball, Mrs. McAlpine, Messrs. Kenyon and Hart, .and 3 in the steerage. SAILED. Jan. 24, Thomas and Henry; for Dunedin. SAILED.

fi Jan. 25, s.s. White Swan, J. McLean, for Otago. Mrs: Hollinshead,- servant, and 2 children, Mr. Hodgkinson, Dr. Buchanan, Messrs.. "|vKenyon and Chapman, a.nd 4 in the steerage. '0* . . IMPOSTS. i?r In the Strathallan, R. Latter, agent; 4 cases, 1 case, "Walker; 1 case, Chapman; 1 do., ?i|^each; 6 cases, 1 pkg., Bishop of Christchurch; .1 •"^ase, Wilson; 1 So., Bealey; 1 box, Woolcombe; 6 26 boxes, E; Latter; 5 bales, Miles, Kingtsn & . fjCo.; 4 hhds., 1 cask, 1 case, G-. H. Moore; 32 ca%s, .'^.Heywood; 12 bales, 24 cases, 1 parcel, 1 box, Peasicoek & Co.; 15.cases, Weston; 2 pkgs., Bishop; 15 22 qr. casks, 6 half hhds., 4 casks, 200 cases, ,f'ls"boxes, Dalgety, Buckley & Co.-, 51 kegs, 10 brls. ';!■ casks, 6 drums, 100 watercasks, Williamson; 3 ;'^uoys, 2 anchors, chains and shackles, Provincial government; lo qr. casks, 6 bales, 8 cases, 2 trunks, . *JL parcel. 3 cases, 10 qr. casks, Order; and 416 pkgs. .'.for Otago. . ••l^ln the Canterbury, T. B. Craig, agent; 4 hhds. •Jjsrandy, 4 qr.- casks do., 4 packets hops, F. N. Camiliell & Co.; 2 hlids. brandy, 4 qr. casks do., 4 do. -.%hiskey, 1 case, Brown & Co.; 6 bales, 1 roll, Cook-.-md, Bowler &' Co.; 4 bales sacks, 8 cases chairs, • jJßransfield; 3 bales sacks, Armstrong, 1 parcel, DalVfetly; I case, I parcel, Gresson-, 3 cases, Nathan; 1 l;-1^Snk, Henries; l case, Davis; 2 sofas, Miles, Kingston & Co.; 3 tons limestone, 3500 bricks, 8 parcels, t 19 hhds. porter, Order. . , '■ gin the Lucy James, Master, agent; 3 bundles bags 'pklHes, Kington & Co.; 1 reaping machine, Dalgety fari'd Co.; l qr. cask, 2 cases, l sofa, Order. %-In. the White Swan, Dalgety, Buckley, & Sl Co., ;Xgents; shipped at Manakau-. 4 horses, Order. at New Plymouth: 1 case, 5 bags, seed, Order. Shipped at Nelson: 10 trunks boots, Tur- , rell; 1 bale, Moss. Shipped at Wellington: 10 tons ', flour, 4 horses, 7 coils rope, Order. X V -I

- .~\ LIST OP PASSENGERS PER STRATIIATXAN. ; 'j\ - CHIEF CABIN. •Jjt-For Canterbury: Rev. Chas. and Mrs. Alabas- > tie, Mrs. and Master Bishop, Miss Aiport, Miss E. ' Martin, Messrs. Morley, Movvbray, Anson, Hepjrprth, and Watson. W. Lambert, Surgeon. ;j£For Otago: Messrs. Zemmlan and Butler. '. "For Wellington: Mr. R. Hart. I SECOND CABIN. Ji'lToß Canterbury: J. Jones and W. Emery. |&For Otago: G. R. Pace and J. Roxworthy. ' fe.;? ' STEERAGE. s*'For Canterbury: G. Hooper, W. Denison, R. A. ' isiaton. FFor Otago: J. Manson, P. Coghill, J. Sinclair, ,f, Me William, T. Lonnon, wife and 2 children. /|~ ■ GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS. ,f| Landed at Tibiarh.—W. Berrill and wife, J. jjlrodie and wife, W. Butterworth and wife, W. J. ■ -*jtlairns, wife and child, W. Double, wife and 5 chil---','ilren, 11. Healey, wife and child, James Gibson, wife id 4 children John Gibson and wife, J. Gordon ] ife and child, J. Hammond, wife and child, T, '. [ormsby, wife and 3 children, W.Jones, wife and _'j lild, F. Koine and wife, C. Kennedy and wife, R. '"" ackay, wife and 4 children, W.'Padgett, wife and ' ' "Id, T. Patterson and wife, R. Reed and wife, W. ?■ :arf, wife and 2 children, R- Scarf and wife, W. '■'I mnks and wife, J. Ward, wife and child, R. Ward, ; ife and child, It. Wade, and wife, J. Wilson, wife ',; id 3 children, A. Young, wife and' 2 children, H. >tcher, J. Blythe, J. Clarke, J. Chapman, R. : lampion. J. Gordon, W. Gordon, C. Gordon, G. lyes, F. Harrison, E. Jesson, J. Lamsden, J. Manester, G. Mancliester, W. Murray,; J. Proudfoot, ■I'ollodf, J. Stewart, C. Smith, T. White, Isabella lapman, Christina Gordon, Catharine Gordon, * Mtalla Hayes. • D at Lyttelton.—Wm. Styche and wife, i 4 Abbott, wife and 2 children, W. Bishop, wife and | W. Brightmore, wife and 2 children, W. I, ,3? 7 r"s' wife & 2 children, W. Davison, wife & child, r '^ "ooglas and wife, J. Duff, wife and 3 children, J. I ' "S!° rV wife and 2 children, Mrs. Fisher and 9 chil'T' "• Halse, wife and 2 children, J. Humphries, i 3JP 1117 3 children, J. Hadley and wife,' E. Morey, S!V? nfv cllil(lren, J. Murfitt, wife and 7 children, d&n w rOn and wife > A- Oakley, wife and 3 chilA^i.ii i ec; lrse ' wife an<l c'»l^> J. Piper, wife and I 181I? To S-, ]ledfem, wife and child, C. Shepherd, ' Xti, , •«• cl"ldren. J- Smith and wife, T. Wadsl2w !li ana 4 chiMren, N. Walters and wife, E. " ' ana 2 children, J. McDonald and wife, E.

Bennett, A. Bainbridge, I). Buckley, J. Chambers, W. Crichton, J. Dann, W. Everest, U. Fisher, 11. Halsc, W. Matthew, S. Morris, A. MoPhail, J. F. Morris, 11. Oakley, R. Bedfcrn, T. Tobin, J. Wilson, Ann Elides, Elizabeth and Amelia Foster, Mary Hardisty, Ellen Jackson, Georgiana King, M. Holdsworth. SUMMARY, Total . Otago. Lyttelton. Timaru. Adults. Chief Cabin 2 13*. 15 \ Second 2 2 4 Steerage 9 . ."• fi 14 Government immigrants— Married Couples 73 65 138 Single Men 17 20 37 Single Women 7 4 ll 13 117* 89 219^ Equal to 259 souls., , The Ariel, from Melbourne, arrived in-Wellington on the 18th, and left for this port on '.the22nd.:The Dart, which left on the 29tli Dec, arrived in Sydney on the 14th inst. The Lion was to sail for this port direct from Sydney, on the 15th instant. The Lord Worsley left Sydney on the evening of the 15th instant and arrived in Nelson oh the 21st, making another smart run of^s^ days. . At the time of her departure the Oneida had hot arrived Melbourne with the English mails.

The. ship Equator, from London, arrived in Wellington on the 20th. '

The Nourmahal cleared for London from Sydney on the 14th inst. •

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Shipping News. Lyttelton Times, Volume XI, Issue 649, 26 January 1859

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