- Dee. 14, ship Sebastopol, 992 tons, Frazer, from London. Chief Cabin Passengers—Mr. arid Mrs. Batt and child, Mr. and Mrs. Poigndestro, Mrs. and Miss Bennett; Miss Marshall, Mrs. Thomson and two children. Messrs. Willes, Tanner, Batt, Boyd, and Mytton. Second Cabin—Messrs. Hagley, Wrentmore, Shewry, G. Smith, Batten, Saudry, and J. Smith. Steerage—Miss Murison, MissYollans, Messrs. Jenkiuson, Raifen, Crosbio, King (2), Barnsly and Vollans. Dec. 15, barque Aurifera, 436 tons, Jack, from Adelaide. Passengers—Mrs. and Mrs. Tait and child, Mr. and Mrs. Tarraut, sen., Mr. and Mrs. Tarrant, jun., Mr. Price, Mr. and Mrs. Hartland and two children. Dec. 16, s.s. Lord Worsley, 291 tons, Kennedy, from Auckland, Nelson and Wellington. Cabin passengers— Captain Millton, Mr. and Mrs. Cookson, Mr. and Mrs. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Fenton, Mrs. Folo3', Misses Coates (2), Miss Smeaton, Messrs. Richio, Olivier, Bonnington, Fairhurst, Webster, Russell, Biss (2), Jameson, Bourne, Russell, Costar, Campbell, and Mason; and 27 in the fore, cabin. Dec. 17, schooner Elizabeth, 12 tons, Malcohnson, from Akaroa. Dec. 17, schooner Rose Ann, 26 tons, Duncan, from Auckland. > Dec. 17, s.s. Gazelle, 74 tons, Gay, from Timaru and Akaroa. . Dec. 17, schooner Surprise, 55 tons, Braund, from Auckland. Dec. 17, schooner Julia, 30 tons, Cowan, from Kaiapoi. Dec. 17, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Sowrie, from Timaru. SAIIKD. Dec. s.s. Expert, Thomas, 19 tons, for Dunedin. Dec. 17, schooner Rose Ann, 26 tons, Duncan, for Kaiapoi. IMPORTS. In the Sebastopol, Dalgety, Buckley and Co., agents: •1 case, John Williams; 10. bales, Ward and Reeves; 1 piano, 1 plough, Kennaway; 2 cases, Butler; 8 pkgs; Dr. Fisher; 2 cases, Edmiston; 4 trunks boots, Goodman; 1 case, Laing; 1 case, agricultural implements, Hodgson; '1 box, Evans; 1 case tools, Thomas; 1 box, Peel; 400 Ijars iron, 48 bundles ditto, Kite; 1 case books, Mrs. King; 4 pkgs. dog carts, Miles and Co.; 9 pkgs. agricultural implements, 1 case, Davis j 2 cases, Dunsford; 3 boxes, Bates; 7 cases, 18 iron axles, 29 cases, 8 casks, 4 bundles agricultural implements, 4 trusses rope, 4 pkgs. reapers, 6 boxes tin plates, 1 pipe oil, 1 truss cordage, 7 iron anvils, 12 bales iron buckets, 5 hhds., 10 kegs nails, ■1 bundle riddles, 2 pairs bellows. 1 cask zinc, 6 sheets lead, 6 iron anvils, 29 bars, 40 bundles, 34 plates iron, 7 kegs nails, 1 case, Recce and Co.; 4 hhds. 10 casks, 39 kegs, 6 cases, 1 crate, 12 hhds. ale, 14 casks wine, 15 bundles, 4 pkgs., Hawkes and Strouts; 41 pkgs. machinery, 74 cases, 1 basket, 17 casks, 6 sheets lead, 30 drums oil, 10 bundles, 1 bale, 15 drums, 2 casks, 6 anvils, 6 pair bellows, 6 forge backs and fire irons, 30 hhds. ale, 50 cases bottled stout, 50 ditto ale, 5 hhds., 39 qr. casks, 4 octaves, 290 cases, 300 bags salt, 7 bales, 30 casks, 7 tierces, 40 barrels, •15 cases, 9 bales, 100 boxes; 8 boxes, 20 casks, 69 cases, .15 bags, 5 barrels, 3 eases, 46 casks, 133 bags, 7 bales, .3 cases merchandise, 60 drums oil, Dalgety and Co.; 3 pkgs. agricultural implements, H. Moore; 1 case merchandise, C. Leigh; 14 pkgs. drapery, B. Ware; 1 case, Burnell and Bennett; 1 pkg., Andrews; 1 case porter, 1 case, Whitcombe; 1 box, veel; 1 ease, Tripe; 1 case, Davis; 1 box books, Brown; 2 cases.Roberts; 4 pkgs. Stuart; 1 case, Mallinson; 5 ditto Johnstone; 1 piano, F. Moss ;■ 1 box, C. G. A. Reade; 1 case, Mrs. Williams; 2 pkgs. Bartruin; 1 case, Morgan; l v pkg. Lock; 1 box, J. J. Robinson; 1 case, Bealey; 1 iihd: spirits wine, Turnbull and Hilson; 493 pkgs. iron standards, Gould and Miles; 33 pkgs. Neeve; 1 pkg. Hanmer; 17 pkgs; E. Pilbrow; 350 casks bottled beer, 15 kegs, 14 bids. Cookson and Co.; 1 case, Jollie; 2 cases clocks, 1 parcel samples, C. Asmussen; 72 pkgs. 106 cases bottled Beer, J. M. Heywood; 4 pkgs. machinery, John Milns; 10 pkgs. Mathews; 32 cases, 70 boxes, 5 bundles, 4 bags' 3 hhds. 22 barrels, 63 kegs, 10 firkins, 6 drums, 7 crates' 308 sash weights, 3 half tierces tobacco, 10 Weights 561bs. 12 bundles buckets, 50 cases, order; 1 case merchandise, Torlesse; 125 casks bottled beer, 41 tons iron, 60 tons coal, Dalgety and Co.; 1 case, Hall. In the Lord Worsley, Miles and Co., agents; 1 parcel, .Resident Magistrate; 1 case, l»bag maize, Cookson and Co.; 100 rifles, 2 cases accoutrements, 15 cases ammunition, Adjutant of Militia; 1 case, Mills; 1 box, Wilson; lparcel, Young; 1 do., Land Revenue; 1 do., Bishop of Christchurch; 1 horse, Logan; 1 bale paper, 'Times' Office; 7 boxes fruit, 1 bag onions, 43 pkgs. furniture order. In the Elizabeth, Master, agent; 7000 feet timber Malcolmson; 6 hides, Peacock; 3 bags flour, 1 do. bran, Latray; 3 empty kegs, Gundry. In the Julia, Cookson and Co., agents; 50 bales wool. In,the Rose Ann, Master, agent; '20,000 feet sawn timber, 10,000 shingles, order. In the Gazelle, Miles and Co., agents; 96 bales wool, 1 box luggage, Miles and Co.; 1 case glass, Latter. In the Surprise, Master,.agent; 40,500 ft. sawn timber Dalgety & Co.; 20 firkins butter, Braum; 1 case, Wilkie • 2 casks earthenware, 1 case "plate, 4 ploughs, order. ' In the Maid of the Yarra, Miles & Co., agents- 144 bales wool, 19 bundles sheepskins, Miles & Co. ' s THE SEBABTOPOIr. On Saturday afternoon the ship Sebaptopol arrived in harbour, after a fair passage, which has occupied ninetyHtme days from the Downs. She sighted the Snares on the 7th, and has been detained a week beating up the coast. Made a fair passage to the line, but met with light and baffling winds till she got well down south when she made good way till her arrival within sight of the coast. She brings about 186 souls (all ages) on account .of the Provincial Government and several other passengers with a moderate amount of cargo, full particulars of which will be found elsewhere. Some sickness occurred when in the tropics and four deaths have taken place during the voyage—three adults and one infant, viz. .• — Thomas M'Farlane, aged 19; John Haines, aged 25; Louisa JLJetner, aged five months; and a young man named Alexander Souter, not a Government immurrant. The following is a list of the Provincial Government immigrants:— _^rried Couples. - Michael Power, farm labourer, Waterford, wife and child; James Hughes, farm labourer Tyrone, and wife; Robert Rainey, farm labourer, Antrim' and wife; John Power, domestic servant, Tipperary and w'fi-;'i?S;f LiS& et > farm tobourer, Armagh, and wife: William OShaughnessy, farm labourer, Kildare, and wife William Dempster, farm labourer, Antrim, wife and child • uvl v 1 farm labourer > King's County, wife and v- £'' ??£?,, 2 0nan ' carver ' lancashire, wife and child; Kichard Wills, farm labourer, Staffordshire, wife and three children; Theodore Dethier, carpenter, Middlesex, wife »nd three William Fablin, cow-keeper, Kent wrfe^and five children; John Mason, farm labourer Westmoreland wife and child; Edmund Howell, iron moulder Staffordshire and wife; Walter Armstrong, blacksmith, Westmoreland, and wife; John Haynes, farm labourer, Le.cesterßh.re, wife and two children; Charles Thomas, butcher Gloucestershire, wife and two children; Ihornas Rocket, farm labourer, Dorsetshire, wife and two* cl»idre"/ James Eaton farm labourer, Yorkshire, and wife; Thomas Johnson, farm labourer, Nottinghamshire wife and four children; James Briscoe, farm labourer' Shropshire, wife and four children; Robert Dobson bootmaker, Middlesex, wjfb and child; Elijah Round .blacksmith, Staffordshire, wife and two children • Honrv Eckhoff, farm labourer, Hanover, and wife • Robert Hunter, sawyer, Aberdeenshire, wife and child- David Xusk, joiner, Buteshire, wife and three children; Donald Clark, shepherd, Invernesshire, wife and four children • Joseph Elliott, ploughman, Lanarkshire, and wife; James Dickson, ploughman, Lanarkshire, and wife; John Greiff shepherd, Rossshire, and wife; George Ferguson carpenter, Perthshire, wife and two children. Single Men.— Arthur Falloon, ploughman, ArmaghDavid, Adams, farm labourer, Down; Samuel Steele' ploughman, Londonderry; Edw. Ruddock, farm labourer' Armagh; Daniel and Michael Lalor, farm labourers' Queen's County; Michael Dassin, farm labourer, Queen's County; Thomas McFarlane, farm labourer, Down • Meredith Wilson, farm labourer, Armagh; Robert and Thomas Arnott, farm labourers, Armagh; John Farquar ploughman, Armagh; Michael Keenan, labourer, For' toanagh; Cornelius Hickey, farm labourer, Cork; Cornelius Connor, farm labourer, Down; Robert Lowry, schoolmaster, Down; William and John Hayes, farm labourers, Down; Cornelius Donovan, farm labourer, Cork; Thomas and John Tennant, farm labourers, Carlow; John Collier, farm labourer,, Carlow; John and James Wilson, farm labourers, Armagh; Martin Dunn, ploughman, Galway; .George Moonan, labourer, Lancashire; David Wills, farm labourer; Staffordshire j Robert Thomas, blacksmith, Glou-
• costorshiro; Samuel Jolmson, farm labouror, Nottinghamshire ; Ebenezer Hound, farm labourer, Staffordshire ; John Hazlohurat, farm labourer, Notts; Wm. Hay word,farm labouror, Brecknockshire; Thos. Bird, farm labouror, Westmoreland; Edward L. Connor, farm labouror, Middlesex ; William Lord, labourer, Yorkshire; Bonjamin Sanders, gardener, Gloucorshiro; John M'Locklan, bricklayor, Buteshire ; Henry Korr, blacksmith, Midlothian; John Pope, blacksmith, Lanarkshire; Edward and Henry Korr, shepherds, Midlothian; Win, Brough, farm labouror, • Perthshire; Androw Ronnie, farm labourer, and John Ronnie, carpenter, Perthshire; Alexander Angus, labouror, Clockmanansliire; Alexander Davidson, farm labourer, Aberdeonshiro; Alexander Milne, carpontor, Forfarshiro; Archibald Russell, shepherd, Argyloshiro. Single Women.— Barbara Power, housekoopor, Watorford; Elizabeth Ealloon, domestic servant, Armagh; Margaret Ruddock, domestic servant, Armagh; Margaret . and Catherine Toppin, domestic servants, Watorford; Sarah Riddall, domestic servant, Armagh; Elizabeth, Margaret, Mary, and Rachel M'Keown, domestic servants, Londonderry; Ann Thomas, domestic servant, Gloucestershire; Ann, Elizabeth, Martha, and Sarah Johnson, domestic servants; Hannah Round, domestic servant, Staffordshire; Maria Cook, domestic servants, Somersetshire; Anne and Fanny Wheeler, domestic servants, Oxfordshire; Martha Lewis, nurse, Staffordshire; Elizabeth Ward, domestic servant, Leicestershire; Sarah Jane Hopkins, domestic servant, Gloucestershire; Sarah Almond, domestic servant, Middlesex; Julia Daley, domestic servant, Glamorganshire ; Isabella Rennie, domestic servant, and Ann Rennie, dairywonmn, Perthshire; Mary Read, domestic servant, Aberdeenshiro; Sarah Almond, Mary Ann May, Alice Bland and child, Mary Ann Moorhead, Esther A Woodward, Eliza Crake, Elizabeth Campbell, and Caroline Brown, domestic servants; A. Geocke, cook. Analysis.—3l married couples and children, equal to 79 adults; single men, 46; single women, 35; total, 160£.
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, Lyttelton Times, Volume XVI, Issue 950, 18 December 1861
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Lyttelton Times, Volume XVI, Issue 950, 18 December 1861
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