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SHIPPING.

♦ LYTTELTON. ABRIVED. April 24—Novelty, p.s., 42 tons, Sinclair, from Pigeon Bay. , Apri !?t" la(ly BW ' B ' 8 '> 220 'ons, Lusher, fan Wellington. Passengers, cabin: Messrs Hodgson, Stevens, Clark—s ia steerage, April 24—Gazolle. e.g., 47 tons, McLellan. from Kaiapoi, April 21—Moa, s.s,, 60 tons, McClutchie, from Kaiapoi. April 24—Streamlet, schooner,2s tons,Camoron, from Heathcote, in ballast. April 24—Mystery, ketch, 33 tons, Greon, from Pigeon Bay. April 24—Rangatira, s.s,, 1741 tons, Soymour, from Napier. April 24—Black Hawk, schooner, Swanson, from l'aranaki. cleared. April 24—Airedale, s.s., 280 tons, Konnedy, for Otago. Passenger: .Miss Howard, April 24—Gazelle, s.s., 47 tons, M'Lellan, for laiapoi, in ballast. April 24—Moa, s.s., 60 tons, M'Clutchio, for Saltwater Creek. April 24—Fancy, schooner, 27 tons, W. Falloon, for Charleston. April 24—Lady Bird, s.s., 220 tons, Lushet, for Dunedin. Passongera: Mr Hodgon, Mr Smidt. April 21—Mermaid, ship, H. Rose, for London Passengers, cabin: Mrs Rodd, Mr W. Karalake, Sir F, Strouts, Mrs Strouts, and 4 children, Mary, lillier, servant, Mr G. 0. Greenwood, Mr N. P. Thompson, Mr G. A. Harston, Mr W. M. Lewis, Mr Eanvaker, Mr and Mrs S. Nitchell, Mr Osborne, Mr Bellett, Mr and Mrs K, Mac Donald, Mr A. L. Powys, Mr and Mrs W. H. Mytton, and 3 children, Mr B. 0. Denton, Mrs Speedily and 2 children, Mrs J. Bealey, and 6 children, Mr W. Palfrey. IMPOETS. In the Lady Bird, Matheson's Agency, agents: 12 tierces tobacco, Order; 1 bale leather, Young; 2 cases pills, 6 cases sago, Turner; 1 case drapery, Beed and Son; 1 case do, Fletcher; 6 cases OUTranta, 1 do mustard, 2 bags coffee, Jacobs. In the Gazelle, Miles and Co., agonts, 778 sacks oats, Walton, Warner, and Co. In the Moa, Miles and Co., agents: 676 bagi oats; Walton, Warner, andCoj 45 bales wool, Miles and Co. In the Bangatira, Matheson's Agency, agents; 219 bales wool, 1 case fruit, Matheson's Agency. In the Black Hawk, Master, agent: 154 sacks sharps, 164 do bran, Brownell and Co.; 40 sacks grass seed, Duncan; 20 do, Page; 20 do, Hargreaves. EIPOET3, In the Airedale,- Miles and Co., agents: ex warehouse, under bond, 169 cases brandy, 6 J casks whiskey, Miles and Co.; llf boxes tobacco, Harley; 1 pkge, Miles and Co.; free and duty paid, 8 kegs butter, 1 case, 1 package, 4 cases 4 crates lamp post, 1 hamper, 1 parcel, 1 package, 1 truss, Panama Company; 3 portmanteaus, 1 hag, 3 kegs butter, Miles and Co.; 60 sacks four, 18 pkgs cheese, 26 kegs butter, Hawkins. In the Lady Bird, Matheson's Agency, agents: 1 case, Bank iNew Zealand.

In the Mermaid, Miles and Co., agents: 1070 bales wool, 1 sack do, 6 bales sldns, 14 casks tallow, Miles and Co.; 336 bales wool, 10 do skins, (J. Gould; 117 bales wool, Elworthy; 4 do, Inman; 06 bales wool, 4 do, skins, Morrison, Sclanders, and Co; 225 do, Kinross; 91 do, A. Macdonald; 31 do, Woledge and Co.; 1 do, J. Anderson; 2 do, J. L. Coster; 43 do, Sladden; 8 do, Palmer; 6 do, Packe Brothers; 13 do, Randal Woodhouse; 53 do, 2 do, skins, Buck and Co.; 360 bags sharps, W. H. Lance, 23 casks tallow, Dalgety and Co.; 2 cues cabinet work, Symington; 89 sacks biscuit flour, Wood Brothers.

Expected Abbivxis. Wainui, from Dunedin, via intermediate ports. Gainsborough, ship, from London. Sailed January 25. Coleroon, ship, from London. Phojbctkd Dbpibtoebb. April 25—Comerang, for Dunedin. April 26—Rangatira, for Hokitika. Pearl, schooner, for Hokitika, early. Mermaid, ship, for London. Queen Bee, ship, for Loedon, J. B. Bussell, for Fiji Islands. Crishna, barque, for Sydney. Vessels is Harboob. Comerang, from Dunedin. Bangatira, from Wellington. Mermaid, ship, from London, cleared. Queen Bee, ship, from Nelson. A. H. Badger, barque, from Newcastle. Crishna, bar que, from Newcastle. Eoyal Exchange, brig, from Newcastle. Young Australia, brigantine, from Newcastle. Satellite, schooner, from Picton. Wild Wave, schooner, from Pakihi. Streamlet, schooner, from Kaikoras.

The s.b. Lady Bird, Captain lusher, arrived in harbour yesterday, at 8 am; loft Wellington oil Thursday, at 2 pm, and sailed for Dunedin, via intermediate ports, at 4.30 pm. Thh s.s. Airedale, Captain Kennedy, sailed for Dunedin yesterday, at 1 pm. The s.s. Bangatira arrired in harbour yesterday, at 11 am, from Napier, with a cargo of wool for the Queen Bee. She will leave for Hokitika direct at 1 pm this day. The s.s. Lord Ashley will tail for Wellington, Napier, and Auckland, this day, at 1 pm, with a full cargo of grain for the latter port. The p.s. Comerang will sail for Dunedin, via intermediate ports, this day, at 6 pm. The clipper schooner Black Hawk, arrired in horbour yesterday from l'aranaki. We are obhged to Captain Swanson for papers. The ship Mermaid, Captain Bose, cleared the Customs late last night, and is expected to sail for England to-morrow morning. The Mermaid has a full cargo of wool, and a full complement of passengers, anungat the Utter being sereral old colonists.

It is intimated by the agents, that passengers by the Mermaid must be on board by six o'clock this evening. The vessel will sail immediately after the arrival of the last train from Christohurch.

HEATHCOTE. Cleabbd —April 23, Julia Ann, Hamilton, for Timaru, with 10,000 feet timber, 22 doors,, 1 barrel cement, 5 cwt 28 lbs lead, 3 boies locks, quantity of zinc guttering, 3 bags lime, C. Clarkson, KAIAPOI, SAILED. April 2—Emerald, ketch, Whitby, for Wellington, with 1400 bushels wheat, 700 bushels oats, and 1 ton potatoes Birch and Co. April 2 nnie, ketch, Clark, for Lyttolton, with 600 bushels wheat Belaher and Fairweather, and 4 bales wool, Birch and Co. April 2—Blackwall, ketch, Monroe, for Lyttelton, with 980 bushels wheat, Belcher and Fairweather; 17 kegs butter, and 6 tons potatoes, G. C, Black and Co, TELEGRAMS. Port Chalmers.—April 23, 12,30 p.m., Dunedin from Oamaru; 3.15 p.m, Beautiful Star from North; 3 p.m., Vioa (ship) for Newcastle; 7.50 ji.tn., Wainui, for Lyttelton. Nblsoh.—April 23,10 a.m., Phtebe, from Pio« ton; 6 p.m., Charles Edwards from West Coast; 22nd, late, Nelson, for Westport; 9 a.m., John Penn for Westport. Wbllisgtos.—April 24, 9 a.m., Omeo from lyttelton; 3.45 p.m., Wellington from Lyttelton.

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SHIPPING., Lyttelton Times, Volume XXIX, Issue 2290, 25 April 1868

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