ARRIVALS. Auxust 2— Phantom, 10 tons, Thos. Phillips, from Kaitaia, with 130 bushels wheat, 80 bus.hcls maize August 2—Asp2 — Asp 9 tons, E. Welch, fiom the Bay of Islands, vuth 6 bre«kt>rt fcperm oil, 195 lbs. tobacco 2 (a*ks brandy, 1 package slops, August 2— Fish Hawk, 14 tons, G. Soutbgate, from the j Bay of Plen'y, with 15 tons potatoes. August s—Emily,5 — Emily, 18 tons. Win. M iir, from Wangari, ' with 80 bu<hcls maize, 2 0 fiuit trees, £,ton flux August 6— Emma, brig, 135 tons, Fox, matter, from Sydney 17th ultimo. Passengers — Rev. C. J. Abraham (Vice Principal of St. John's College, Bishops Auckland), Mrs. Abiaham and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Pace, and four children, Messrs. Johnson, Kingstone, Pedler, and Mallett. DEPARTURES. August 2 — Wateriviich, 10 tons, J. Smith, for Kailaia, with 20 lbs. tobacco, 20 bags .sugar, 2 chests tea, 2 cases wearing apparel, 1,200 brick? Salmon & Co , agents. August 2— Sister, 44 torn, Leathart, for the East Coast, with 1 ton *alt, 1 anchor I can paint- oil, 2 kegs white leud, G doz. spades, 10 packages sundries, 2 fillies 10 ions empty casks. Passenger — Captain Read. — Salmon & Co., agents. August 2— Alexander, 3fj tons, A, Miller, for the River Th-ioiei, in ballast. August 3— Children, 31 tons, T. C. Williams, for the Bay of Islands, 7 bales merchandize, 4 cases ditto, 12 bjxes candles, 4 chests tea, 20 packages sundries, \ ton suit, 2 bans biscuit, 2 cases brandy, 1 cask merchandize I case books, 2 cases opparel. J. Coney, agent. August 3 — Alligator, 15 tuis, Kara, for the B,iy of Plenty, with 2 fil.ies, 1 "tullion, 700 feet sawn timber, 2i p»ir« bLuiktls, I bale calico, 11 pieces print, 6 iron jnrt», 6 Indies, 20 cotton sheet*, 1 case blue cloth caps, I c.ise sundries, 1 bag sugar, 2 dozen lookmi;-g<nbses, 4 bolu canvas. August s —lra, lb tons, VV. Jeffers, for tbe Bay of Plenty, in ballast August 5— Giampus, 23 tons, G Panton, for the Bay of Plenty, with 1 horse, 1 bale slops clhabep out. August s— 7'oroa, s(i tons, T. Williamson ; for Sjdney, via Kdwau, with (30 tons rcglus, to be shipped at Kawuu.
August s—Fairy5 — Fairy Queen 250 tons John W. Doyle, commander, (»r Wellington, with part of original cargo from London ; snipped a. Auckland, 1 case bonks. Passengers, Plnhp Tuiiirr, li^q., A.C.G , 2 Messrs. Hill, Slater, 5 soldiers 58di Ltegt.— Biow» & Campbell, ngents.
< Impouts. Per Emma, briff, from Sydney -2 hhd*. B. P. rum, Order ; 58 case* Geneva, 24 ditto, Order ; 80 baps fl.mr, 11. T. Fox ; 4 hbris. B. P. rum, G. Codlin ; 3 kc-gs tobacco, II T. Fox ; 50 ea es Geneva, 10 hhds. 15. P. rum, J. Woodhouse ; 81 b>e;s supar, Biown & Campbell; 13 chests congou, 15 half-chfsts, J. Woodhouse ; 20 ()r. casks port wine, 29caSrsdo., 1 pipe, 1 hhd. do., 12 packages taisins, 8 bng9 ginger, Order ; 2carotcls currants, 2 do. do., Older ; O'lbogs sugar, 1 tierce cheese, 3 cases slops, Order ; 2 cases woollens, Older; 50 bags flour, J. Suubier; 1 case, stationery, 2 ca*c; toys, 64 baps ierined bu^hi-, 1 tierce ditto. J. A. G'ilfillan and Co ; 20 ba^s flour, Ordei ; 1 case ilr.ipeiy, W, Glaister ; 15 boxes tea, 2 eas\s pearl Inrley, t cases blue, 2 hales paper, 1 case nutmegs, 1 do. rurry powder, W. Hughes ; 1 case slops, 50 bags salt, 2 bales calico, 3 pieces chain, 50 boxes caudles, 5 box<"s starch, 2 caski pitch, 27 boxes candles, Order ; 5 cases oilman 1 ! stores, 4 do. do., Rev. W. Lnwry ,32 mats refined Bugar, 2 boxes oilman's ■ tores, 1 box blncMng, G. Codlin ; 10 bbds ale, 40 boxes can-lies, 80 bags flour, .7. Woodhouqe ; 1 bundle bed furniture, 1 case do. do., 1 do. hair matira^s, H. Keeling ; 3 plougln, 6 pieces mountings, 20 bags salt, 2 caies oilmnn's stores, 2 casks chalk, I jj j r bulpliuric acid, 1 case sugar mill, 1 cask (-arm^y sied, 2 cases saddlery, 32 bags hU(,'ar, 6 boxes candles, 5 barrels coal tai, 12 cases oranges, 7 c.ifaks do , 2 cases do., 1 case matches, 5 barrels tar, 10 boxen raisins, 1 cnt>c fig s i 1 CcSe almond", 1 log cedar, H. T. Fox ; 100 b^gs flour, 38 brtpt barley, 67 bags oats, Henderfon and Macfaikne ; 5 bags losiii, J. Salmon ; 2 hbds. molaises, C 4 bags sugar, 2 bag; oatmeal, 20 boxek candles, I case bottled fiuits, 1 ca>>e chocolate, Older; 40 hexes cand'es, Order; 5 kegs nails, 1 do. ifvets, 2 bund es spades, 1 box tin, I bundle lines, J. McCan ; 8 ba Kets oranges, J. Woodhouse ; 1 caiC diugs, Order ; 10 tierces beef, O(der; 2 bale<> htown pnper, J. Mucky ; 1 case sweetmeats, L bundle ironmongery, 11. T. Fox ; 1 case colours, 1 parcel tin, Order ; 32 mats sugur, T. Lewis ; 1 case looking glasses, 11. l\ Fox.
The Emma has experienced a long continuance of conlury winds, and vety rough weather. For the first thirteen days of her pasbagti the wind was always fioni the east ; and from the 26ih to 30th ult., inclusive, it blew a hard gale betwer-n east und E.N.E, during which time she could never carry more than close reefed top-sails, nnd frequently only the main-s.nl. Shu sighted a burque on the 22nd uJlimo off Howe'* Island, su, posed to be the Nautilus, of Launceston, from Hokianga. The Louisa, 242 tons, Capt. Mailler ; the Julindur, 500 tons, Capt. Burn; the Maria, 500 tous, Captam Piank, were laid on at Syttucy for Cuhforuia,and were to have quick despatch.
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Shipping Intelligence., New Zealander, Volume 6, Issue 450, 7 August 1850
Shipping Intelligence. New Zealander, Volume 6, Issue 450, 7 August 1850
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