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SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

lyttelton. arrived. Nov. 28, Storm Bird, s.s., 104- tons, Reynolds, from Dune din. Passengers: Mrs. 'Eraser, Messrs. Perrm, Harrison, Peterton, Bishop, Haines, Curtiss, Hyman, and 23 I^r% St Fanny Merriman, ship, 400 tons, Vandervord, from Sydney. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Martin and family, Messrs. Slats, B«ed, Parker, Cohen, Noma, Halspenny,'Cheesman, Jones, and Jenkins. CLEARED. Nov. 28, Storm Bird, s.s., 104 tons, Reynolds, for Wellington, Passengers: Mr. Ingle, 4in the steerage, and 6 passengers from Dunedin. Nov. 28, Catherine, barque, 154 tons, Kmg, for NewCQStlfii Nov. 30, Rifleman, schooner, 82 tons, McClatchie, for Wellington, in ballast. _ Nov. 30, Cecilia, schooner, 50 tons, Blair, for Dunedin, with part of original cargo. IMPORTS. In the Storm Bird, J. D. Macpherson, agent: 4 pkg boots, McNicol; 2 do, Haines; 3 boxes, Jones; 1 case, Jovnt & Co.; 80 bags flour, Mitchell; 13pkgs,Louisson; 3 pk"s, Haines; 5 boxes cheeses, R. & D. Sutherland; 1 case, 1 parcel, Dalgety & Co.; 2 bales,l box, Aikman & Wilson; 15 drums spirits of tar, J. D. Macpherson; I pkg, Angus; 1 do, Hollings worth. , ~. In the Rifleman, master, agent: 61 head of cattle, Aikman & Co. , , „ In the Fanny Merriman, J. D. Macpherson, agent: Z cases cigars, 80 bags flour, 10 half-chests tea, 0 boxes do, eX& 38 mats sugar, 13 pkgs hops, 10 cases p,pes, 189 Mis wire 12 pair of naves, 200 felloes, 8 pieces bark, order; 2 pkgs, F.yfe; 42 do, Gould & Miles; 21 do, Turner; 45do,Fyfe; 2 drays, Clinton; 2 do, Higgras; 6 do, Alport; 54 pkgs, 87 cases, J. !>• Macpherson; 5 casks tongues, 3 horses, 114 rams, Burnell, Bennett & Sprot; 5 horses, 2 coils wire rope, 118 bushels maize, 24 doors. 15 drays, 500 felloes, 12 pair naves, 12 pair shafts, 500 feet timber, 180 tons coal, 26 tierces beef, 7 pkgs galvanised iron spikes, 3 life-buoys, order. EXPORTS. In the Catherine, Hargreaves & Co., agents: 6hhds boiled beef, 2 brls lime juice, Marshall. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. From London—Bahia, sailed July 22; Brother's Pride, July 23; Pekin, July 25; D. G. Fleming, Aug. 28; Zealandia, Sept. 10; Derwentwater, Sept. 12; Alpaca, Sept. 15; Canterbury, Sept. 22. From Melbourne —William Buchanan, brig; Choice, schooner; Gothenburg, s.s. via Otago. From Wellington—Storm Bird, s.s., Dec. 6. From Hobart Town—brig, Lady Dennison. From Wellington—Phoebe, s.s. on the Ist December. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Zambesi, for Callao, in a few days. Phoebe, for Otago and the Bluff. Cecilia, brigantme, cleared for Otago. YESSELS IN PORT. SHIPS. White Star, 2340 tons, from Melbourne, Annie Wilson, 1116 tons, from Auckland. Lancashire Witch, 1574 tons, from London, discharging. Zambesi, 1089 tons, from London. Roman Emperor, 659 tons, from London, waiting orders. » „ , , Fanny Merriman, 400 tons, from Sydney, discharging. BASQUES. Dona Anita, 500 tons, loading for London. Holyrood, 552 tons, from London, discharging. Bessy, 320 tons, from Vancouver's Island via Sandwich Islands, discharging. Julia Hayn, 340 tons, from Newcastle, N.S.W. Catherine, barque, 260 tons, from Hobart Town, cleared. BRIGS AND SCHOONERS. Windhover, brig, 207 tons, from Hobart Town, discharging. Abbey, schooner, 90 tons from Melbourne, discharging. Crest of the Wave, 58 tons, from Timaru. Daniel Watson, brig, 144 tons, from Hobarton. Camilla, brigantine, 190 tons, from Hobarton. Cecilia, brigantine, 50 tons, from the Chatham Islands. Rifleman, scheoner, 96 tons, cleared for Wellington. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Lyttelton, 7'6 p.m. The ship Pekin has arrived with 19 passengers. She sailed from the Downs on the 29th July. All on board are reported well. A young man was lost from the forecastle, the boat was lowered and every exertion made to save him, but without effect. There is another ship to the eastward outside the heads. K A I A P O I. ARRIVED. Nov. 27, Maid of the Mill, ketch, Hobbs, from Lyttelton, with 3 bags damaged tobacco, 2 do sulphur, Hey wood & Bowron; 20 boxes glass, 1 case biscuits, 1 do chutney, 1 do cliicorv, 2 do bloaters, 2 do raisins, 5 do biscuits, 1 do stHtionery,'l do handles, 1 do pickles, 1 do saws, 2 do split pens, 3 pkgs hardware, 3 kegs nails, 1 bale lines, 4 bdls shovels, 2 casks wine, 1 hhd rum, 3 bales tobacco, White & Co.; 6 boxes soap, half-chest tea, Weston ; 70 bags salt, 1 pkg nutmegs, 1 do starch, 1 do carbonate soda, 5 eases brandy, 8 kegs nails, 12 bags sugar, 4 boxes raisins, Blacket; 4 kegs nails, Booth. AKAROA. ARRIVED. Nov. 25, Geelong, p.s.. from Dunedin, via intermediate ports, with 2 boxes, Libeau; 1 pkg, Cargill. Passenger: Miss L'.bpau. Nor. 26, Foam, ketch, from Lyttelton, with general cargo. Nov. 20, Geelong, p.s., from Lyttelton, with cargo and passengers. SAILED. Nov. 25, Geelong, p.s., for Lyttelton, with 3 passengers. Nov. 25, Isabella Jackson, schooner, for Cliristchurch, with timber, Hughes. Nov. 26, Star of Tasmania, schooner, for Christchurch, witli timber, Pavitt. Nov. 27, Geelong, p.s., for Dunedin, via intermediate ports, with 3 boxes fruit, Ido fowls, 1 bag, Feltham; 2 bag* crayfish, 6 casks cheese, 8 boxes fruit, 3 kegs butter, Garwood; 1 box fruit, Wilson; 9 pkgs luggage, 1 box rabbits. 2 boxes fowls, Cargill. Passengers: Mrs. Cargill, four children, and two servants, Mr. Airey. Nov, 27? Antelope, cutter, for Lyttelton, with 9,300 feet timber, Maleolmson; 3 hides, Garwood; 1 case drapery, Shadbolt; 5 sheets iron, Berry. TIMAEU. ARRIVED. Nov. 24. Geelong, p.s., Turnbull, from Dunedin. Passengers : Mr. Goodheim and Mr. Bailey. CLEARED. Nov. 24, Geelong, p.s., Turnbull, for Lyttelton. LIST OF IMMIGRANTS BY THE CANTERBURY, Which left London 21st September, 1863. MARRIED COUPLES. Farm Labourers.—Richard James and wife, Richard Hay ward, wife and child, Gloucestershire; James Holdsworth, wife and child, Jas. Innes, wife and three children, Yorkshire; Jonathan Kay and wife, Lancashire; John Sro'tb, wife and three children, Walter Hewson, wife and two children, Cheshire; John Beattie, wife and child, Dumfrieshire; Joseph Stalker and wife, Cumberland; James Kirby and wife, Middlesex; Michael Coakley and wife, Cork; George Cooper, wife and two children, Surrey; Wm. Woodley, wife and three children, Berkshire ; Thos. Jones, wife and two children, Gloucestershire; Jas. Donald and wife, Perthshire; Wm. Gray, wife and two children, BiinfFshire; Robert Boswell and wife, Lanarkshire; Wm. McKay and wife, Caithness; Thomas Moore and wife, Samuel Holland and wife, Samuel McCleary and wife, Wm. Atkinson, wife and two children, Down; Geo. Kelso and wife, Antrim; Wm. Hall and wife, Monaghan. Ploughmen.—John Blair, wife and four children, Renfrewshire ; David Lindsay and wife, Ayrshire. Shepherds.—Harry Urquhart, wife and child, Ross-shire; Gilbert McCandlish, wife and three children, Ayrshire; Angus McKay, wife and four children, Sutherland; Duncan Cameron and wife, Ross-shire. Plasterer.—Charles Yaughan, wife and child, Gloucestershire. Bricklayer.—Cornelius Chidgy, wife and three children, Middlesex. Builder.—Samuel Lea and wife, Northamptonshire. Carpenters. —John Aston and wife, Richard Ansley, wife and four children, Josiah Hodges, wife and three children, Gloucestershire; James Edmonds, wife and five children, Devonshire; Walter Brvden, wife and child, Yorkshire; Edward P. Williams, wife and three children, Lancashire; Wm. Dexter and wife, Middlesex; George Wood and wife, Wm. Wood and wife, Hants; Alexander Webster and wife, Forfarshire; Walter Sneddon, wife and two children, Lanarkshire. Cabinet Maker. —Frank Elvincs, wife and child, Middlesex. Weavers. —Thomas Forster, wife and child, William Wilkinson, wife and three children, Peter Purdane, wife and three children, Cumberland; Walter Tracey and wife, Edinburgh. Tailor.—Morris Barsht, wife and two children, Poland. Farmer. —Roderick Mcßeath, wife and five children, Ross-shire. SINGLE MEN. Farm Labourers.—John and Richard Beattie, Cumberland ; Thomas Butler, Perthshire; William and Robert Webster, Forfarshire: Albert Rich, Somerset; Wm. Cox, Middlesex; Reuben Pan 1 , Notts; Robert McKreth, Lanarkshire ; Alexander and J. W. Clyne, Caithness; John and George Poison, Helmsdale; Francis Torbett; Lanarkshire; Andrew Laurie, Midlothian; Philip Muller, Prussia; John Fay, Cavan; Edward Donnelly, Tyrone; Patrick Coskelly, King's County; Charles Doyle, Carlow; Tho3. Murphy, Armagh; Henry Ferguson, Cavan. Ploughmen.—-John Laverty, Henry Gillin, Antrim; John Bruce, Caithness. Shepherds.—Alexander McCandlish, Ayshire; John and Hugh McKay, Sutherland; Robert Cotton, Hereford- • lire; Duncan Mcßae, Inverness-shire; John. McLean, Ross-shire; James McKenzie.

Carpenters. —S. M. Wainwright, Yorkshire; Thomas Hindley, Cheshire; Wm. Keig, Me of Man. Printers. —W. H. Blackwcll, Gloucestershire; Edward and Charles Walker, Middlesex; W. A.Williams, Gloucestershire. Painter.—George, Chidgy, Middlesex. Plumber.—Thos. Geo. Street, Middlesex. Tanner. —John Wooding, Middlesex. Farrier. —Mathew Hill, Yorkshire. Spinner.—Wm. Richardson, Cumberland. Schoolmaster. —Francis Spencer, Middlesex. _ . Shoemakers.—Barnabas J. Hale, Hants ; Wm. Craigie, Forfarshire. SINGLE WOMEN. Domestic Servants.—M. J. Lea, Northamptonshire; M. J. and Elizabeth Purdom, Cumberland; Hannah Kirby and Eliza Martin, Middlesex; Catherine Lynch, Cork; M. A., Elizabeth, Jane C., and Ann L. Chidgy, Middlesex ; Annie and Betsy Webster, Forfarshire; Elizabeth and Jean McCandlish, Ayrshire; Elizabeth, Lucy, Jessie, and Isabella McKay, Sutherland; M. A. Munday, Middlesex; Mina McKenzie, Catherine Poison, Somerset; Elizabeth Fay, Cavan; Catherine, Margaret, and Bridget Donelly, Tyrone; Margaret Laverty, Jane Gillin, Antrim; Charlotte Hale, Hants; Catherine Rawley, Surrey; Theresa King, Elizabeth Burke, Augusta Burleigh, Elizabeth Thomas Charlotte Shorter, Middlesex; Charlotte, G., and E. M. Hicks, Hants; Mary Hopkins, Leicestershire; Marian Davenport, Warwickshire; Susan and Eliza Churchill, Dorsetshire; Harriett Hawes, Gloucestershire; Elizabeth Richards, Camarthenshire; Esther Richards, Flintshire; Sarah Bentley, Staffordshire; Jane and Ann Reese, Lanarkshire; M. A. Wilson, Forfarshire; Isabella Adam, Lanarkshire; Margery Hardie, Stirlingshire; Bridget and Elizabeth Reynolds, Forfarshire; Mary Hare, Armagh; Hannah Sullivan, Cork; Margaret A. Wilson, Down; Jane Curry, Tyrone; Emily F. Rogerson, Dublin; Ann Hays, Tipperary; Sarah Boyle, Down; Janet Bruce, Caithness; Anna M. O'Hara, Antrim. Weavers—M. A. Richardson, Dorothy Black, Mary Beattie, Cumberland. . Nurses. Ann Young, Gloucestershire; Harriet Wooding, Kent; Hester Rich, Somerset; M. A. Bance, MidDairymaids.—Alice Doyle, Carlow; Mary Turkington, Elizabeth Jordan, Armagh. Housekeepers.—Elizabeth Hicks, and S. A. Hicks, Hants. Governess.—Mary Withers, Down. Dressmakers.—Sarah Richards, Camarthenshire; M. E. Heron, Down. _ , , Total. —261J statute adults, including 46 from England, 33 from Scotland, 14 from Ireland, 1 from Isle of Man, and 2 from other countries. The ship Dauntless, which has been for some time anxiously looked for by the friends of passengers and by consignees, was towed up in the afternoon as far as the new anchorage, where she remains with the last four arrivals from Europe until berths are found for them by the harbor department. The Dauntless sailed from London on the 12th July; from Gravesend on the 15th, and from theEddystone on the 25th, having experienced strong south-westerly winds in the channel. On August 18th she brought up off Madeira for the purpose of landing Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, passengers; Mrs. Mitchell being in very delicate health. Subsequently she crossed the equator in 18deg. 45 min. W. on the 4th September, making a passage of 45 days from the Eddystone to the equator. From the equator to the meridian of Greenwich she made a passage of 24 days; and from the meridian of Greenwich to 20 deg. E. 6 days; from 20 deg. E. to 49 deg. E. 9£ days; from from 40 degrees E. to the Snares and thence to Port Chalmers 6 days, having been driven off and on the coast for the last week by the variable and heavj' weather which has been experienced.—Otago Daily Times, Nov. 25. The paddle steamer City of Dunedin, fresh from the stocks in the Clyde sailed thence under command of Captain M'Farlane on the 9th July. Lost sight of land on the third day out, and on the 21st of the month arrived at Madeira, whence, after coaling, she sailed on the 26th, crossed the Line on the 15th of August, steaming so far, then sailipg with light winds until within 600 miles of the Cape, when strong winds were experienced. Arrived abreast of the Solander on the morning of Sunday last, having run 9| knots under sail, with frequent gales and foul weather, during which the vessel behaved admirably, and to the thorough satisfaction of Captain M'Farlane. From the Solander she steamed, making 9 knots, with strong winds ahead on the coast; regular speed 10 knots; draught 6£ feet with full cargo and coals; length 167 feet; beam 23; depth 15; registered tonnage 327, DESTRUCTION OF THE UNITED STATES "WAR STEAMER VANDERBILT BY THE CONFEDERATE STEAMER GEORGIA. Liverpool.—By recent advices we have received information of "the sinking of the Yanderbilt by the Georgia, while in search of the Alabama. It will be remembered that a rumor was afloat, on the authority of an Havana paper, that the above steamer, after an engagement of twenty minutes, between Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, had been sunk. Further particulars have been received from Cape Hueso ; at which place two vessels had arrived, one a pilot boat, which had spoken a vessel that had passed the scene of conflict. The statement runs thus :—The Yanderbilt having received intelligence that a Confederate cruiser was doing damage to American vessels on the Great Bahama Bank, resolved to givne her chase. At daybreak she fell in with the latter, which proved to be the new Georgia guns), and her commander demanded a surrender. Captain Senimes, of the Georgia, answered in the negative; the demand was repeated by the Federal commander with the intimation that he would give no quarter if his summons was not complied with, and received the same reply as before. The contest began without delay, and resulted in the complete destruction of the Vanderbilt, which after an engagement of fifteen to twenty minutes' duration, went down with the crew and everything on board. —Shipping and Mercantile Gazette.

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SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE., Lyttelton Times, Volume XX, Issue 1164, 1 December 1863

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