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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

NOETHREN AND SOUTHERN MAILS.

LYTTELTON. AHEIVED. May 28, Antelope, cutter, 17 tons, Malcolmson, from A kftroa . No passengers. Mnv 28, Meteor,.barque, 279 tons, Yorney, from Now<stlc"N.S.W. No passengers. C# May 28, William Miskin, s.s,, 74 tons, Godfrey, from ■Wollraeton, in ballast. Passengers—Messrs. Henry FitzOwald Lothman. , jfny 28, Geelong, p.s., 137 tons, Turnbull, from Dun«lin and intermediate ports. Passengers—Gapt. Weeks, Capt- Calkwell, Messrs. Forrest, M 'Gossery, from Dunedin; itfiss M'Lean, and Mrs. Carl, from Oamaru; Messrs. M'Lean, Ollivicr, Brownell, Green, and Billins, from Timaru; Dr. and Mrs. Croft, Mrs. Catling, Mr. and Mrs. Biuning, Miss Adams, Miss M'Neil, Mr. Guinness arid daughter, from Akaro*; 86 in the steerage. Mav 29. Gothenburg, f.s., 800 tons, H. Mackie, from Dunedin. Pnssengen-rMr. Geo,; Buckley, Mr. Birdsey, v,ith 101 passenger*"" 1 »k*vrage> for Picton. May 29, City of Dunedin, p.s., 137 tons, Boyd, from piston and Wellington, in ballast. Passengers—l 7in storage lrom Picton. Mar 80, Queen, s.#., 177 tons, Francis, from Wellington Passengers—Mrs. Bankin and two children, Messrs. J. Thomson, R. Taggnrt, and T. Wittam. , , Mav 30, Golden Sunset, barque, 1000 tons, Tidmarah, from London. Paswngere-r-MeMra. Talford, Farrish, and Williams 2nd "cabin —Mr.' and Mis. James and child,; Mr and Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, Messrs. Quinbv, White, and Harrison'; and nine in steerage. CLKAEKp. May 27, Indian Empire, ship, 1314 tons, Black, fpr Calcutta, in ballast" , _ May 28, William Miskin, s.s., 74 tons, Godfrey, fbr PuneAin, in ballast. Passengers—Eight in steerage, and 10 original from-Wellington, Mav 28, Star of the South, s.s., 147 tons, Hodge, for Napier. Nopassengtos; . . u liay 29, Gothenburg, s.s., 800 tons, Mackie, for Picton. Passengers— lyttelton, 101 original fipmrDunedin, for Picton. . ' I May 30, Geelong, 137 tops, Turnbull, for Dunedin and intermediate ports'. Passengers—Miss A. Gundry, Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield and four children, Messrs. M. Sprayson, Younghusband, and Asquith; and twelve m steerage. ••• •• ■':• • ; May 30,. Ebeneier, ketch, 10-tons, Osborne, for Port Levy,"inballast. • • ' V " ■ ■ itay 30, City of Dunedijji, p.s., 137. tons, Boyd, for Dunedin, via Oamaru. Passengers-rMessra, W. and H. Tavlor; five in steerage, and 60 original from Picton. IMPtiRTS. In the Meteor, Johnson and Jenkins, agents: '330 tons coal, Peacock and Co: 3 tons' bran, order. ! In the Geelong,' Miles i and Co, agents : 4 ' qr-casks brandy, order; 13 pkgs, Eyte;so boxes Caudles, order; 6 kegs nails, order; 31 bags sugar, 50 boxes -candles, ;2 ptes, 27 pkgs toft, 12 .cases, Hall, Ritchie, and Co;-2 wkgs, 20 halt-.chests tea,, order; lease, Hobbs.and Sons; lease,Boach Brothers; 2 eases glass, 1 case varnish, Caicutt; 1 pkg, Stringer and Co; 2 bags, Hose; 1 bale, King and Co; 3 pkgs, order. In the Queen, J. -D. Macpherson, agent: 3 pkgs luggage, Nichols ; 2 cases plants, Wilson; 1. case, and 1 Shd, Craig; 4boxes,l do,. J. I). Macpherson; 1 truss leather, Suckling; 2 kegs butter, order. _. In the Antelope, master s agent: SCCO ft> tiiiber, ordei;; 7 hides, 257 cheeses, J. T. Peaeock and Co; 6 casks bottles, Milsom; 14 pkgs luggage, Boberts. EXPORTS. In the Star of the South, Peaeock and Co, agents: 145 bags oats, Peacock and Co._ _ i In the Geelong, Miles and Co, agents: 1 case, Peacock and Co; 1 parcel, 2 jars confectionery, Gee and Sons; jl pkg, 1 case, lOkegs, 6 cases; Woledge and Co; 6 brandy, 2 cases sin, 2 bags salti l ease bitterp, 1 box cigarvßalgety, Bucluey, and Co; 2 bags rice,2;cjo flour, 1 do sagoj Ido oatmeal, 1 bundle,.Latterl. p%hops, and Jenkins, for Akaroa. 3 half-dieses tea, 25 <msks D. Davis; 1 case, Hey wood and £k>, 2 cases, 6 trunks, Mansfield; 4 eases iron, Heywooa anidCo ; 2-tins, "C. Green; 146 1 bars iron, 25 bundles do, Louisson; 1 pkg, Preece; 1 box, Igglesden; 10 1 pkgs, pt box tea, 1 case sardines, 2 half-chests, tea, 2 mats sugar, IC3 bags flour, 50 sacks , do, 43 do sharps, 1 crate trees, 5 pkgs, 2 casks, 2 cases, 1 qr-cask sherry, 3 cases glass, 7 pkgs, Miles .iu»d Co; 1 keg shot, D. Davis, for Timaru. In the City of Dunedin, Miles and Co, agents: 7 cases, • Peaeock and Co; 1 case, Heywood and Co., for Oamara; 1 trunk, Loaisson; 3 pkgs, 1 crate trees, 1 case, Miles and Co. . SXPEGTSD ABRiVALS. Prom Londou.T7Cp)intesß ,q{. Seafield, ship, JanKth'plvanhoe, ship, siuled from the Downs February 21st| '• Amoor, ship, sailed from • London April Ist. The following ships are advertised to sail for, Canterbury:— ship, British Empire, ihip, in April ; William Miles, in ilav, and the W. H. Jmiselden, ,and_ the Hartfield tofollgifT also Uip Wkito" gia» nViip "Mirage is laid on fpr _ Christian Rankin, ship, saiiedPebTuair §th. llay Queen. , .. Prom Hobart Town.—Lady Demson, brig, daily.. ' Choice, brigantine; Willing Lass, Sound. — Sylpli, schooner; Dancinf Otago and the 1 Bluff—Lady Bird, s.s., in a isrk Dunedin—The Bangatira, s.s., June Rom ■VTeUington and Northern Porte— Otago, s.s., in a few dayi.

PJBOJSCTED' DEPARTURE. For DuiieSin—Queen, 8.8., June Ist. . For Weiliis<®H-Bangatira, s,s., June 2nd. For Otago—Otago, 8.8., June 6th. : " 1 f *i • ; The White Star Liner Golden Sunset arrived at the Heads tes&rdiy at noon. She is out just over 100 days, having feft the East India Docks on the 16th Febraary. Wis deigned two. days at Greehhithe; and left, Portsmouth Feb. 19th. During greater part of .ihe vowge experiencedcontrary -winds; alter sighting the ?Few Ztealwa coast iris detained for 10 days by unfavourable feather. The passengers aie all weß, and lIP nave occurred duringthe voyage. The Golden Sunset is a pi over 1000 tonsaudvery lately built; she is in comma?? of Capf. Tiailiaieh, lately chief officer of .the ship White gUr. Is addition to about 20 passengers,, she has a fcu;ge general cargo for Cantiirtjuryj.. The Golden Sunset is consigned to MesiW. Miles ana Co. . . • Thebaroue Metedr amr#l On Saturday at ncxm, after a passage Ofßo days from Kewtfastle. IS'.S.W. Captain verf»y rpports having experienced very bad weather on the vest coast of New Zealand, and in the neighbourhood of *I*Strait*. He had to ptot into Port to galea from B.W. oil Satqiday and Sunday week., Captain verney reports iuso that thi s.s. Moa haa put into Port Underwood to repair damage Jo rudder. After afewhours detention, she was able to'continue her voyage to Pipton.

The paddle steamer GSettfng arrived on Saturday a jpj® r * noon from Dunedin and; intermediate ports. From Akaroa she brought a number of passengers belonging to tne unfortunate brig Australian. w The Gothenburg called in here on Bunday from D«medin to land a few passengers on her way to Picton. one is adrertised to leave this p<?rt for Melbourne viaQtago on Friday niext at two p.m., on her return from Picton.

jjeathcote. IMIfABDS. May 30, Dancing "Wave, 87 tons, Buxton, from Wellington. „ , May 30, Dolphin, 40 tons, Sullivan, from Picton. ODXWAKDB. . 27, Cwt of the Wave, 68 tons, Brown, for Auckland. ' IKVOKTfI, In the Dancing Wave, Milton and Co., agents: 6005 ft finder, IQOO dp: do, 2 tons tow, 5 casks beef, 2 hhds ale, Order; 5 casks sugar (£ ton), 400 empty bagi, Buxton. _ In the Dolphin, Milton and Co, agents : 22,U00 aawn timber, Milton and Co, EXPOETB. fnthe Crest,.of,the Wave,.master, agent: 803 bogs containing36oo bushels, 60 bags grass seeds containing 250 bushels, Milton and Co. AKA BOA. Mfy 20, Antelopp, cutter, from Ly ttelton, with ffvgft; May 25, Foam, ketch,,from cargo. May 25, Undine, schooner, from Lyttelton, m bwlast. . May 2§, Isabella Jackson, schooner, from in ballast. BAIUD. , May 24, Dunedin, schooner, for Dunedin, with 106 cheeses, Stewart, • . 4 , May 27, Sea Bird, schooner, for Lyttelton, with 12,000 feet timber, 100 posts, Shadbolt. • .. erinn " . May 27, Antelope, cutter, for oOW It, timber,. Malcolmson; 7- hides,: J, D. .Garwood j phases, |tunt; 146 cheeses, J. Breitmeyer. timabu. ABWVJSI). May 27, Ggelong, p.s., 187 tons, Turnbull, for Dunedin, Passengers— Mr. anoMre. gutter., BAIIBD. . May 27, Gefelong, p.s., 137 tons, Tumbull, ! for Lyttelton. Passengers: 20 in steerage. IMPORTS.. .. . v'In the Geelong; 1 tierce tobaooo, 20 cases. Geneva^l44 bags sugftr, 8 qr-casks whiskey,® octaves do, 2 brandy, .285 sheets iron, 163 pkgl .raerohandiw, BUtwr sndjffealey; 8$ do do, order; 25: • Leicester sheep, -r. Luxrporj;. ,

Mails per Wellington for Dunedin aiid close at Christchurch «t 8 a.m., and at Lyttelton at a.m., on WWnesAdy^thdlst jproxtrao. , Mails per Lady Bird for Wellington, Napier, ftnd_A^clt-; land; will 6to9o*t ChriW&urdi ftt o%m.i at ■11 a.m., on Thursday, the 2rid prtrxiiino.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NOETHREN AND SOUTHERN MAILS., Lyttelton Times, Volume XXI, Issue 1243, 31 May 1864

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