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Shipping News.


Dec. 1, Ship Matoaka, 1092 tons, Stevens, from Bristol. Cabin passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Anson, Mr. and Mrs. Browne. Mr. and Mrs. FitzGerald and 5 children, Mr. and Mrs. Delamain. Mr. and Mrs. Strangman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dixou, Mr. and Mrs. Slater, and the Misses Slater (4), Mrs. Teschmaker, Miss Phillips, Misses'Webber (2), Miss Weale and servant, Miss Koberts, Mr. and Miss Humphreys; Messrs. Johnstone, Parker, Denny, K. and P. Palairat, Fenn, Allen, Maddison, W. and A. Alington, Dudding, Jones. Place, Menzies, Fitz Herbert, and Dunn. Second cabin—Mr. and Mrs. Lough and 5 children, Mr. and Mrs. Tuckey and child; Messrs. Bonifant, Leigh, Cole, Powys, Gerrett and Biggs. Third cabin—Fanny Franklin and child, Mary Methnen, C. and T. Chivais, D. Oyball, J. Gay, J. Holliday, J. Bo wen, R. Cam mack, W. Cowles, and C. Kenny. [For Provincial Government immigrants see below.] Dec. 3, schooner Mary Jane, 40 tons, Bain, from Wellington. Same day, schooner Mary Louisa, 18 tons, Bryant, from Wellington.

SAILED. . Dec. 3, brigantine Camilla, 201 tons, Moss, for . Soutli Seas.


In the Matoaka, Miles & Co., agents: 1 case apparei, Younger; 1 case, Latter; 1 box, Cunningham; 29 pkgs., S kegs rennets, FitzGerald; 1 box watches, 1 cask whiskey, 2 cases furniture, Miles & Co.; 1 case, Ford; 1 cask gin, Fisher; 1 case clothing, Hepworth; 20 hhds. beer, Julian; 1 case, Knowers; 1 case apparel, Mannering; 4 cases wine, Acland; 2 cases, G. Hall; 1 case haberdashery, Matthews; 1 case satldlery, Hamilton ; 20 half-hhds. vinegar, 99 casks bottled beer, 30 hhds. beer, Cookson & Co.; 89 pkgs. iron, Studholme; 1 box apparel, Carew; 1, box, H. Torlesse; 1 box apparel, E. Chapman; 3 pkgs. ditto, Strouts; 142 pkgs. clock tower. Mountfort & Luck; 4 cases, 1 box, 88 pks. 2 casks whiskey, 2 ditto wine, 14 ditto bottled beer, 5 pkgs. churns, 94 tons coals, 222 tons patent fuel, order; 21 pkgs. 4 pieces machinery, 2 cases brandy, Delamain; 8 pkgs. Foulger; 1 case apparel, Sidey & LeCren; 1 case Kennilley.

In the Mary Jane, master, agent: 1 keg tobacco, 4 casks cement, 24 cases, 22 casks, 4 bales, 5 bags rice, 126 kegs nails, 40 boxes caudles, 4 cases furniture, 5000 feet timber, Nathan.

In the Mary Louisa, master, agent: 20 tons coals, 136 empty sacks, Jones.

EXPORTS. In the Camilla, Miles & Co., agents; 66 barrels sperm oil, part of original cargo from South Seas.

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Shipping News., Lyttelton Times, Volume XIV, Issue 842, 5 December 1860

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Shipping News. Lyttelton Times, Volume XIV, Issue 842, 5 December 1860

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