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shipping intilligence.

AimiVED. February 8, screw steamer Zingari, 118, Millton, from Wellington. Passengers — Colonel Wynyard, Messrs. Knight, Glenny, Miss Stewart, Mrs. Phillips, Mis 3 Webster, Mr. and Mrs. James Pickering and two children, Mr. and Mrs. William Dalton and two children, Mr» and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Mr. John Jose and son. — , barque Monsoon, 298, Turnbull, from London ; general cargo. Passengers — Mr. Lowe, and one family in the steerage. — , ship John Master-man, 1,000, M'Ruvie, from London : general cargo. Passengers — cabin — Messrs Cullcn, Harley ; intermediate — Mr. and Mrs. Sparrows and 3 children, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas and four children, Mr. Hodder, Masters Garland (2), Mr. Pettiford, Mr. and Mrs. Ilackworth and two children ; steerage — E. and M. Allen, F. and M. Amos, G. Baseley, C. and M. Blizzard and four children, L. Bockman, T. and E. Bush and four children, A. Bush, E. Cant, D. Cavanagli, E. Day, M. Day, W. Day, J. Day, W. and E. Dcdraan, G. Emery, J. Ewart, M. and J. Farr, J. Fitzgerald, G. Gibson, M. and C. Gleeson, W. and W. Good, G. Hartwig, M. Ilealy, E. Hickey, M. and T. Ilorgan, S. Johnson, J. Kein, J. and F. Lainge, P. Leahy, E. Lucas, M. and E. Murphy, J. and M. Mead and' two children, H. and J. Nolan, W. Parsons, A. and M. Parmenter and two children, M. Parmenter, J. Pearson, J. Porthouse, M. Prendewcll, M. and E. Rourke, F. and M. Rose and six children, J. and J. Russ, M. Satherley and four children, J. H. Sawbell, J. and E. Shaw and one child, J. and E. Simpson, J. Skilton, Smith, E. and E. Stratford, C. and M. Slade and two children, J. Slade, F. Slade, W. Taylor, W. and C. Tovey, G. and E. Tucker, D. Witktns, 11. and M. Wallis and child, J. and M. Whent, 11. and G. York. — Passengers for Otago : Mr. and Mrs. Avery and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and seven children, Mr. Schotel, Mr. Burnside. — Schooner Rapid, Wright, from Massacre Bay. CLEARED OUTWARDS. February 10, Screw steamer Zingari, 148, Millton, for New Plymouth and Manukau. Passengers : — Colonel Wynyard, Mr. Glenny, Miss Stewart, Mrs. Phillips, andJMiss Webster, John Jose and sons, Mr. Thomas Guy. A brig signalled in the bay. mroRTS. In the JortN Mastemian, from London: — 50 cases, 35 boxes, 1 case, 20 hogsheads, 45 packages, 8 cases, 2 packages, 4 cases, 32 drums, 1G kegs, 1 ca3e, 5 casks, 20 barrels tar, 10 do. cement, 300 bags salt, 22 casks coals, 63 tons Anthracite coal, A. Fell & Co. ; 10 chests, J. Galloway 5 3 cases, 12 quarter-casks, 125 casks, 2 cases, Nicholson and Ridings ; 100 casks, 11 quarter-casks, 4 hogsheads, 2 quarter-casks, 59 cases, Curtis Brothers; 7 casks, R. Richardson ; 1 case, 2 casks, 5 cases, 42 packages, 8 case 3, 2 hogsheads, 8 kegs, 8 packages, 1 case, G3 packages, 1 case, Morrison and Sclanders ; 2 cases, Turner ; 2 cases, Horneman ; 1 box, Campbell ; 1 box, Duncan; 1 package, Knight ; 7 packages, J. P. Black ; 8 cases, Watt ; 1 case, Shallcrass; 2 cases, A. W. Lea ; 3 cases, Symons ; 1 case Bagshaw ; 2 packages, Budge ; 1 cart, Batey ; 3 cases, 1 cask, Dobson ; 2 cases, M. A. Ellis ; 1 case, J. Mills ; 5 cases, C. A. Richards ; 1 thrashing machine, U. Godfrey ; 8 cases, W. Beatson ; 3 cases, J. Ward ; 1 ease, A. S. Collins ; 1 case, J. Cowper ; 1 case, J. Saxton. In the Monsoon. — For Nelson : 50 cases, 4- casks, order ; 1 box, Tarrant 5 8 octaves, 40 cases, 24 cases, | 42 packages, 166 do., 3 cases, 8 pockets hops, 1 case, 11 packages, 81 do., 1 do., 1 case, 15 bundles,, 2l do., 169 packages, 39 do., 5 do., 215 do., 3D barrels, 27 firkins, 62 packages, 2 case, 36. camp-ovens, 830 bars iron, 37 bundles do., 31 do., 1 bag rivets, 12 i bags salt, 36 grindstones, 41 hearthstones, 64 bundles hoop iron, Morrison and Sclanders ; 1 box, J. Saxton ; 1 box, C. Goulter ; 1 package, J. Neame ; 5 cases, 65 packages, Curtis Brothers ; 93 packages, 4 do., 6 barrels, 12 do., Nicholson and Ridings ; 1 case, Hill ; 3 packages, Moody ; 49 tons coals, order ; 470 bars iron, 73 bundles do., 10 arm moulds, 42 share do., 59 bundles iron, 8 arms and boxes, 5 casks, 4 cases, 5 bundles, 3 bundles, 1 cask, 1 case, Moore and Co. For Wellington : — 100 cases, and 6 casks, order; 36 crates, 5 bales, 15 packages, 1 box, Kinross and Co. ; 1 package, 2 boxes, 1 case, Borlase ; 20 bales, 1 case, 6 bales, W. B. Rhodes, 3 cases, 18 casks, C. and F. Barraud ; 1 box, 11. F. Brook ; 1 case, Nixon; 2 cases, P. Laing; 11 packages, n. Churton ; 1 case, Loving ; 1 case, Ludlara ; 88 packages, 71 do., 13 bundles iron, 81 bars do., 7 kegs, 114 packages, 13 kegs, 90 boxes, 32 barrels, J. Varnham ; 49 packages, 31 bari'els, Hervey, Smith, and Co. ; 14 quarter-casks, Bannafcyne and Co. ; 4 boxes, Bethune and Hunter : 1 case, Northwood ; 50 casks, 20 do., 20 barrels, 15 packages, 187 do., 170 camp-ovens, 46 casks, 3 packages, 108 grindstones, 3 packages, 114 do., 448 sash weights, 100 bricks, 44 paving stones, 65 chimney bars, order ; 12 barrels, Lewin and Co. To Mr. T. C. Fellowes, Chief Mate of the "John Masterman." -^ We, the undersigned passengers of the "John Masterman," being about to leave the ship, beg to tender our thanks for your kind behaviour to us on our long voyage ; and whatever your pursuits in life may be hereafter, may you be prosperous and happy.

William Culleii W. D. Harley John Mead George Tucker James Shaw Thomas Bush John Whent Ileniy Wallis Alfred Parmenter Charles Blizzard William Torey William Dcdmart* Francis Amos Samuel Bryan Johnson Henry Sawtell Henry York George 81. York W. Good John Skilton Robert Ash G. Emery John Fitzgerald Michael Haley

George Basley Patrick Lees Michael Hogan D. Cavanagli William Taj lor Joseph Porthouse Edmund Moriarty John Kean M. and W. Day Eugene Hackay Jacob Russ Jonas Russ W. Parsons George Gibson W. Bush W. Good John Ewarfc Thomas Shaw Edmund Stratford James Ilackworth Edwin Ilodder Thomas Petipher George James Sparrow. Henry Garland

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shipping intilligence., Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XV, Issue 91, 11 February 1857

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