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Shipping Intelligence.

ABBIVED.

June 20, steamer Wellington, from Taranaki and Manukau. — cutter Polly, from Croixelles. — steamer Otago, from Picton and South. — steamer Tararua, from Sydney. 21, steamer lady Darling, from Hokitika. SAILED. June 21, steamer Lady Darling, for South. ENTEBED HTWABDS.

June 20, steamer Wellington, 262, Francis, from Taranaki and Manukau. Passengers : saloon — Mrs. Wadman, and eight for South; second cabin — Mr. and Mrs. Longman, Meßgra. Kay, Kirwan, Kelly, and ten for South. — cutter Polly, 11, Brown, from Ci oixelles. 21, steamer Tararua, 622, Gardyne, from Sydney. Passengers: saloon— Miss Hewitt, Mr. A. Bald, and six for South; second cabin— Messrs. J. Freer, J. M'Laughlin, J. M'Fadden, H. Bowlan, J. Desmoindea, J. Donovan, M. Sullivan, Donnelly, Enwright, G. Bowen, F. Heifer, B. Carney, M. Greenhough, J. Waut, Mr. and Mrs. Adrane, and eight for South. — steamer Otago, 457, Smith, from Picton and South. Passengers : saloon— Messrs. Bruce, Braithwaite, Gibson, M'Gee, Gillon, Hawkins, Bastard, Epps, Wray, Etnpson, Byes, Mrs. "Bjran and two children, Mr, and Mrs. Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter and three children, Mrs. Thompson, and nine for North ; second cabin — Mr., Mrs., and Master Byan, Mrs. Ferguson, Messrs. Hall, Brett, Gould, Brown, Slore, Carr, Stewart, Hughes, and seven ibr North.

CLEABED OUTWARDS. June 20, cutter Polly, 11, Brown, for Croixellea, in ballsst. 21, schooner Bee, 30, Croweher, for Taranaki. — schooner Necromancer, 16, Fraser, for Harelock. — cntter Thames, 30, Games, for Collingwood. — cutter Ann, 18, Eure, for Waitapu. One passenger.

EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Steamer Auckland, from Melbourne via Auckland. Steamer Egmont, from Wellington and Auckland. Steamer Maid of the Yarra, from Hokitika. Steamer William Miskin, from Hokitika. Steamer Lyttelton, from Wairau. Steamer Phoßbe, from Sydney; on July sth. Brig Ahum, from Newcastle. Barque Lorenzo Sabine, from Newcastle. Barque William Gwynther, from London. Barque Eudora, from London. Barque British Merchant, from London.

PROJECTED, DEPARTUBES. Steamer "Wellington, for South; to-day. Steamer Tararua, for South ; to-day. Steamer Otago, for Taranaki and Manukau ; to-day. Steamer Lyttelton, for Collingwood, *c. ; on the 24th. Steamer William Miakin, for Lyttelton and Dunedin. Schooner Bee, for Taranaki. Schooner Necromancer, for Havelock. VESSELS IN HABBOUB. Steamer "Wellington, from Taranaki and Manukan. Steamer Otago, from the South, Steamer Tararua, from Sydney. Steamer Wallaby, from Hokitika. Steamer Favourite, from Hokitika. Steamer Sandfly, from "Wellington. Steamer Eleanor, from River Grey. Schooner Dove, from Havelock. Schooner Colleen Bawn, from Havelock. Schooner Bee, from Havelock. Schooner Necromancer, from Havelock. Schooner Jane, from Motupipi. Schooner Amelia Frances, from Tata islands. Schooner Connaught Banger, from Hokitika. Schooner Bonnie Lass, from Havelock. Cutter Ann, from Waitapu. Cutter Thames, from Collingwood. Cutter Polly, from Croixelles.

IMPOSTS.

Wellington, from Taranaki and Manukau— 3 hhds ale, 1 case cutlery, 2 cases brooms, 4 cases drapery, 1 case axes, 2 cases salmon, 2 casks ringer, 1 half-chest tea, 1 pkgepepper, 1 bale woolsacks, N. Edwards and- Co.; 1 pkge, Waxman; 1 ease, Merrington and Co. ; 1 case, Wolfe j 2 cases perfumery, Scaife ; 5 kegs butter, Order. Polly, from Croixelles — \ cords firewood, Order. Tababua, from Sydney— s bales leather, Lightband and Jackson ; 3 cases meats, 10 half-chests tea, 14 kegs nails, 10 boxes, tea, 2 cases confectionery, 1 cask earthenware, 3 cases currants, 20 half-boxes soap, 1 case chocolate, 20 gunnies sugar, 12 cases oil, 3 boxes tobacco, 4 pkgs, 1 box seeds, 1 cask plants, 4 cheats, 2 pkgs, 50 boxes candles, 22 boxes tea, Order; 1 box. Fisher ; 196 boxes tea, 40 gifnnies sugar, Davis ; 3 eases and 1 bale, Wilson and Richardson ; 2 bales bags, Beit; 1 cask drugs, Robertson ; 20 gunnies sugar, Hooper and Co. ; 1 half-tierce tobacco, 1 case cigars, 1 pocket hops, 2 pkgs, Order; lease, Bank of New South Wales; 2 cases ironmongery, 2 kegashot, 1 saw, 14 bdls, 79 bars iron, Levien and Co. ; 19 pkgs, Soloman and Co.; 4 pkgs, Hale; 2 bales leather, Moore; 1 pkge oranges, 1 case apparel, Watkins; 2 cases, Hodder and Co.; 3 pkgs, Stanton; 1 Tjox, Taylor; 1 case plants, Epps; 1 pkge, JN. Edwards and Co.; 1 pkge, Darby; 1 case, Bias; 1 box jewellery, Hunter ; 1 box drapery, Order; 6 drays, 1 anchor, 2 kegs nails, N. Edwards and Co.; 9 trunks boots, 5 cases goloshes, 2 cases nails, 1 case grindery, 3 bales leather, Lightband and Jackson; 8 pkga, Merrington and Co.; 50 cases geneva, 1 hhd rum, Hooper and Co. ; 4 pkgs, Order; 17 stones, Brown; 1 cask glass, 60 gunnies sugar, 10 barrels pork, Falla : 1 pkge, Hunter.

EXPORTS.

Additional cargo, per Lyttbmoit, for Wairau— 2 casks cheese, 3 drums oil, 1 case chairs, 2 casks oatmeal, 2 cases glassware, 6 boxes tea, 1 keg soda., Davis; 4 kegs barley, 1 pkge, Order; 1 case cotton, 1 iron tank, 20 bags salt, 2 barrels cement, N. Edwards and Co. ; 1 cask cordials, 1 caae confectionery, Order ; 1 qr-cask brandy, 1 qr-caak whisky, 1 qr-cask wine, 6 cases geneva, Bentley ; 1 ton coke, Harley and Sons ; 1 pkge, Lightband and Jackson; 1 pkge cloth, Webb; 6 bags flour, 1 half-cheat tea, 1 bag sugar, 1 box soap, 1 sack bacon, 1 case glass, 1 pkgk Bpades, 1 keg vinegar, 1 bag salt, 1 bag onions, 6 pkga sundries, Order.

The Wellingtoh.— The N.Z.S.If. Company's steamer Weilington, Captain H. B. Francis, left Hanukau heads on the 18th instant, at 3 - 30, p.m., and arrived at Taranaki at nine, a.m., on the 19th instant. Left there at threo, p.m., and arrived at Nelson at 8-30, a.m., ou the 20th instant. Thb Tababua.— The P.N.Z. and A.B.M. Company's steamer Tararua, Captain John Gardyne, arrived here on Tuesday evening, at seven. She left Sydney on Thursday, the 16th, at noon ; experienced fine weather during the passage, with light head winds. Up to the time of the Tararua' s sailing there waa no news of the English mail. Thb Stobsi Bibd. — The three-masted schooner Storm Bird, Captain W. Simpson, arrived at Taranaki on the 19th instant, at two, p.m., from Stewart's Island, which place she bad left on the 13th instant, and Otago on the 14th instant, with timber. Basque Rose. — This vessel, which left Nelson for Taranaki on the sth instant, with a part of her original cargo from London, was signalled at New Plymouth on the 9th, but the state of the weather caused her to keep at sea, and she had not reappeared up to the 17th, although in the interim there had been nearly a week of fine weather. The Otago.— The s.b. Otago, belonging to the P.N.Z. and A.R.M. Company, William Smith, commander, left the Bluff, on the 12th instant, at 2*45, p.m., and arrived at Port Chalmers at 345, a.m., the following morning, making the run in thirteen hours. Left Port Chalmers at 3*46, p.m.. on the loth, and arri\ ed at Ly ttelton at 1045 on the 16th, making the passage in eighteen hours. At one o'clock, a.m., during a strong galei from the S.E., the steering apparatus ga\e way; the vessel broached to, and shipped a little water, but experienced no further inconvenience, the relieving-tackles having been immediately- brought to the duty of the usual steering gear, left Lyttelton on the 17th, at 3, p.m., and arrived at 'Wellington at 4, a.m., the following morning, making the run in fourteen hours. Left Wellington on the 10th, at 12*30, p.m., arriving at Picton the same afternoon, at live. Left again for Nelson the following morning, at B*3o, a.m., and arrived here at four, p.m., experiencing l'u four able weather throughout. Wreck of the Bbig Lady Denisoh. — The fine brig Ladj Deniaon went on shore at Wanganui on the Bth instant. She was being towed out by the Gundagai, when the hawser parted, and she drilled on to the South Spit. Tub Pbince Alfbed.— We can hear no tidings of the Government p.s. Prince Alfred, which left the roadstead from stress of weather on the 4th instant. She had not arrived at any Southern port at our latest dates, but it is quite possible she might have made for Baglan, or some other place lor fuel, of which she had run very short. On her return here she will probably proceed to the Waitara with timber for a blockhouse. — Taranaki HerulJ, June 17. Avotheb Wbeck at Hoeiiika. — The schooner Sarah, from Lyttelton, is another to be added to the longlittof casual* tie* on this coast. Sbe went/ on ihoro on Xhwrtdsy tot, tmt ■«•

ceeded in landing her cargo in tolerable condition. Her hull was sold yesterday at public auction. Tho Phmnix (such, we believe, is tho name of the craft) at the same time made a second endeavour to cross the bar, in which she succeeded; but finding herself unable to make headway against the current of tho rirer, was so fortunate as to run over the bar, and get clear to tea. The able manner in which the vessel wa3 handled conduced in no slight degree to this result. —West Coatt Timen, Juno 17. Thb Sibaubb Citt op Duihsdu.—Tho Qlaqo Daily Times publishes the following as a correct list of the ill-fated officers and crew of this fine steamer, a3 entered on the shipping books of the owners : —James Parker Boyd, captain; George Al'William, mate: Noil Nataal, second mate; Daniel M'Donnld,first engineer; Robert Douglas, second engineer; W. Anderson, Ephraim Burns, Hugh Graham, firemen; Ronald M'lntyre, John Harper, Alexander M'Donold, trimmers; Alexander Campbell, carpenter; John King, Neil , Thomas Wilson, ■tewards; Thomas , Richard Hosldns, cooks ; Hiss Mackay, stewardess; Nicholas Cowbray, Joe -, John Garratt, Alexander Trellis, Alexander Gibson, Daniel Lamont, George Johnston, teamen; in all, twenty-five.

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Shipping Intelligence., Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XXIV, Issue 75, 22 June 1865

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Shipping Intelligence. Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XXIV, Issue 75, 22 June 1865

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