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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ABKIVBD. i August 9th, brigantine Star of China, 112, Wood, from Sydney and Wellington; general cargo. Passengers for Nelson, Rev. C. L. Reay, Messrs. Cooper, Lowndes, Beit, and Dillon. BAILBD. August 9th, schooner Three Brothers, 40, Toms, for Queen Charlotte's Sound ; sundries. 12th cutter Moonraker, 12, Porter, for Kawhia; sundries. 13th, cutter Lively, 32, Murphy, for Kawhia; sundries. IX PORT. Schooner Amelia, 8. Brig Palmyra, 147, Gait. Agents, Morrison and Sclanders. Brigantine Star of China, 112, Wood. Agents, J. Beit and Sons.

A schooner in the Gulf this morning, supposed to have come from the westward.

The Star of China had a good run from Wellington. She left that port on Friday morning, and arrived here early the next day. The Aurora, one of the schooners chartered by the Governor, arrived at Wellington from Auckland the day before the Star of China sailed. The Palmyra will sail for Adelaide to-morrow. She takes back a mil cargo of New Zealand produce, shipped at the various settlements.

The Star of China sails for Tahiti to-day. She takes with her considerable cargo shipped here and at Wellington. The Hydros is stated to have arrived sX Auckland on the 21st July, having called at Poverty Bay. It is difficult to say what could have led. the people in charge of this yessel to Auckland, if they intended proceeding to Mokau, the port to which she was bound.

The Joseph Cripps, expected here from Auckland to load with timber for Launceston, has proceeded to Sydney.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE., Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume IV, Issue 180, 16 August 1845

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume IV, Issue 180, 16 August 1845

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