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SHIPPING- INTELLIGENCE.

LYTTELTON.

ARRIVED. Jan. 7, p.s. Geelong, 180 tons, Boyd, from Dunedin and intermediate ports. Passengers : Major Kern, Messrs. Richardson, Potts, and 10 steerage from Tfrnftm ; Mrs. Pavit and 4 children, 3lr. and Miss Esterveneaux, Mr. and Mrs. Balfe and 2 children, Mrs. Small, Mrs. Tribe, and child, Mr. Hamilton and son, Messrs. Cusden, James ter, Malmaaehe, Benoit, Rose, Oakes, Watlrins, and 7 steerage, from Akaroa. Jap. 7, s.s. Airedale, 286 tons, Kennedy, from Wellington. Passengers: Mr. Stafford, Mrs. Witherby, Mr. and Miss. Broughton, Miss Manched, Mr. and Master Bnsby. Jan. 7, ship Dersrentwater, 567 tons, Thompson, from London. Passenger : Messrs. Watson, Woodward, Man waring, Mathias, Walker, and 5 second cabin. Jan. 8, s.s. Prince Alfred, 703 tons, Wheeler, from Dunedin. * Passengers : Messrs. Miehaelis, Jones, and 5 steerage for Lyttelton, and 5 saloon and 3 steerage for northern ports. Jan. 8, s.s. Wonga Wonga, 104 tons, Benner, from Dunedin. Passengers: Miss Lewis, Miss Johnstone, Messrs. Elphinstone, Sleep, and Vernon. Jan. 9, ship Shalimar, 1591 tons, J. G. Harley. R.N.R., from Auckland. Passengers: Miss Foster, Miss Bryne, Capt. Buckley, Mr. Paulet, Mr. and Mrs. Strickland. CLEARED. January B—s.s.,8 —s.s., Geelong, 108 tons, Boyd, for Dunedin via intermediate ports. Passengers: Messrs. Patterson, Dunnage, Bev. Mr. Fendall; and 12 in the steerage. January B—s.s.,8 —s.s., Wonga Wonga, 104 tons, Renner, for Wellington, with original cargo and passengers from Dunedin. EXPORTS. In the Geelong, Miles & Co., agents: 1 parcel, Elmsley; 5 casks, Milsom; 1 parcel, Gee; 1 trass drapery, 6 saws, 1 doz pickles, 1 case axes. 15 casks bottled beer, 5 casks ale, 2 qr.-casks vinegar, 1 case figs, 3 cases jams, 10 bags flour, 4 chests, 8 halfchests, 12 boxes tea, 3 casks, 1 case sugar, 6 cases pickles, 2 qr.-casks wine, 1 truss drapery, 10 cases geneva, 10 cases brandy, 10 cases whiskey, 1 case pipes, 67 bags sugar. Peacock & Co.; 6 cases geneva, 2 hhds ale, 10 casks porter, 1 case claret, 6 cases brandy, 2 cases punch, 5 casks porter, 4 casks ale, 1 ditto wine, U. Macpherson; 1 crate, 1 parcel, 1 hhd, 2 cases, 1 box, I iron tank, 3 cases, Louisson; 1 case, 1 tank, 10 togs tobacco, 1 trunk, 2 boxes, 1 j qr.-cask, 1 keg, Miles & Co.; 1 parcel, Brooke; 2 I trunks, 17 pkges, Heywood & Co.; 2 parcels,' Lyt- | telton Times;' 11 casks, E. A. Hargreaves; 1 hhd, 2 1 cases brandy, 3 cases tobacco, 15 cases cider, 1 barrel, | 2 casks ale, 1 ditto stout, 1 case champagne, Dalgety I & Co. ! IHPOBTS. t In the Oeelong, Miles and Co., agents ;37 trunks boots, 15 packages, 2 casks, and 1 box, Conway ; tierce tobacco, Simpson and Marks ; 5 boxes, Milne; 1 parcel, 2 cases, Moore; 1 chest drawers, 1 case, Prebble ; 2 cases, Banned; 1 do. Wakefield ; 2 do. Boets; 1 do. Nurse; 1 do. Radden; 2do Louis; 1 chest Sheath, 2 McMie; 2 trunks, 1 chest, 1 portmanteau, 3 bags wheat, 1 case ducks, 1 hat box, 2 pkgs. 2 cases, ElpMstone; 6 casks bottles, Milsom; 16 cases fruit, D'Oyly; 1 do. do., Gould & Miles; 4 do. do., Watkins; 1 do. do., McPherson.

In the Airedale, Miles & Co., ageftts, 4j tierces tierces tobacco, 29 cases bitters, 1 dog cart, Peacock and Co.; 1 case, Miss Williams; 1 pkg., Phillips; 6 pkgs, Davis; 28 gunnies sugar, Renshaw; 1 parcel, Traherne; 1 do. Williams & Co.; 2 casks pitch, Black; 10 cases fruit, Row; 6 pkgs. Saddler; 3 horses, Bogly; 8 horses, order; 1 crse, 1 parcel, 3 hhds. tar, 3 barls. do., 6 bdls. wire, Miles & Co.; 4 cases, 2 hhds, Smith; 3 horses, Stafford; 4 cases apples, order. In the Prince Alfred, Miles & Co., agents; 5 cases, Michaelis.

In the Wonga Wonga, J. D. Macpherson, agent; 10 trunks boots, order; 3 pkgs, 1 parcel, E. A. Hargreaves.

In the Derwentwater, Miles & Co., agents: 3 cases, Hobbs & Sons; 2 boxes, Poingdestre; 387 deals, 1 case seeds, 100 casks bottled beer, 240 bdls hoop iron, 1 cask iron, 38 cases, 50 jars, 4 casks or cases, 43 pkgs, 305 bdls wire, 106 straining posts, 106 stays, 212 plates, 6027 standards, 1 bag iron, 1 cask ditto, Miles & Co.; 2 cases, Gould & Miles; 1 case, Farer; 1 case, Withnall; 1 case, Dampier; 100 cases, 3 hhds gin, 50 cases, 6 qr.-casks whiskey, 50 cases, 3 qr.casks brandy, 2 hhds rum, 25 cases bitters, 25 ditto brandy, Dann & Bishop; 7 cases, 29 cases, 38 bales. Stringer & Co.; 14 bales, 1 case, Ward ft Reeves; 54 pkges, Lance; 1 case, Haines; 2 cases, Fitzgerald; 1 hhd, 9 cases, Heywood & Co.; 1 case, Bell; 1 ditto, Hevins; 2 ditto Renshaw; 2 ditto, 12 bales, Rhodes; 2 cases saddlery, 1 cask, Boggis-, 7 cases, 2 bales goods, 13 cases matches, 2 ditto merchandise, Cookson, Bowler, & Co. ; 8 trunks, 1 case, 100 casks, 20 barrels, 1 hhd, 6 cases, Dalgety, Bucklev & Co.; 1 cask, 1 case, 5 pkgs, Hawkes & Strouts; 'l carriage, Carew; 1 case, Stewart; 1 ditto, Traill; 2 cases, Roberts; 1 ditto, Raven; 9 cases, 3 casks, Morten; 3 cases, 1 bale, Skillicorn; 3 cases, I bale, Mrs. Williams; 1 case, Gordon; 1 ditto, Dix; 1 ditto, Lawrence; 23 cases, 10 bales, Peacock & Co.; 65 jars oil, Bain; 2 cases Knapman; 1 ditto, Padget; 40 pkges, Brooke & Co.; 1 case, Maffley; 35 pkges, Lillie; 102 pkges, 763 bdls, Moore; 8 mill IS pkgs, 1 cask, Deßourbel; 46 cases, 6 kegs, 3 casks. 22 crates, 7 tierces, Fisher & Co.; 1 case, Tucker; 144 cases, 20 barrels meal, Davis; 2 casks, 33 boiler plates, 373 bars, 50 bdls iron, 1 pkge, 3 cases agricultural implements, 36 plates iron, 76 bars, 20 bdls, Anderson; 4 rams.Coote; 1 case,Clarkson ; 30 boxes candles, 5 bales, Hargreaves; 103 pkges, Reeee & Co.; 794 pkges, Order.

Our old friend Captain Thomson, with the ship Derwentwater, arrived in this harbour on Wednesday afternoon, about 4 o'clock, after a very long and tedious passage of about 120 days from land to land. She sailed from Gravesend on the sth September, and experienced south-west winds down the channel, and very light north-easters over the Bay of Biscav; crossed the line on the 20th October, in long. 33° W.; met with good south east trades, and was abreast of the Cape on the 25th November; had light winds from the west till off Kerguelen's Lar.d, then a succession of heavy gales from the same quarter. On Sunday, January 4, had a severe hurricane from the south-west, also a storm from the south-west on 'the 7th, which assisted the ship to the beads. She brings a good cargo for Canterbury (about 800 tons); also some valuable fowls from the Sydenham Palace Poultry Exhibition, of 1862, consigned to Dr. Lillie and Mr. Moore, of Gleumark. They comprise good specimens of the Dorking and bparnsh kinds; also a fine lot of pigs, of the Berkshire breed, and four valuable Merino rams for Major Coote. Sjie has also a small number of cabin ana second-cabin passengers. It appears that Captain Thomson expected to leave home a month earlier for Lyttelton, and was desirous to be out in time for our regatta. He brings with him a.fine four-oared racing gig, built by Wylde, of London, ihis boat was the property of the celebrated excursion crew who are known to have gained ail the

best prizes in the South Coast, and at many of the regattas on the Continent. He is desirous of giviug the English Opera a trial. The Captain reports having spoken the following ships on his passage out:—Sept. 15, in lat. 40° 50' N„ long. 14° 24' W., ship Blnckwali, from Plymouth to Sydney, 8 days out; Sept. 22, in lat. 30° 41' N., long. 16° 40' W., barque Nussurry Packet, from London to Surinam ; Oct. 12, in lat. 6° 42' N„ long. 27° 25' W., Spanish barque Vittorena.«from Buenos Ayres to Cadiz; Oct. 17, in lat. 3° 10' N., long. 28° 55' W., ship. Edmund, from Callao to Cowcs, 84 days out; Dec. 30, in lat. 48° 48' S., long. 157° E., ship City of Melbourne, standing westward ; Jan. 1, in lat. 47° 50' S., long. 161° 50' E., ship Francis Henty, from Otago to* Portland Bay, South Australia.

SHIPS IN HARBOUR.

Shalimar, 1600 tons, from Auckland. Mermaid, 1233 tons, discharging cargo from London. Queen of the Mersey, 1227 tons* loading wool for London, nearly ready for sea. Chrysolite, 1129 tons, cargo discharged. Echunga, 1007 tons, discharging cargo from London. Derwentwater, 567 tons, discharging car£o from London. Waterlily, barque, 595 tons, discharging cargo from London. Bessie, barque, 262 tons, discharging caargo from Melbourne. Wild Ware, brig, 190 tons, discharging cargo from Sydney. Heather Bell, 188 tons, discharging cargo from. Hobart Town. Lady Deqison, brig, 130 tons, discharging cargo from Hobart Town. Prince Alfred, s.s., 703 tons, ready for sea. Airedale, s.s., 286 tons, discharging cargo from Sydney.

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SHIPPING- INTELLIGENCE., Lyttelton Times, Volume XIX, Issue 1061, 10 January 1863

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