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Shipping Intelligence., Otago Daily Times, Issue 135, 22 April 1862
KKTEHED INWARDS. April 21.—Colonist ,"105 tons, McFie, from Gks- , gow, with general cargo. Cnigill & Co., Agents. "I ENTERED OUTWARDS. April 21 —Nil. I COASTWISK, INWARDS. I April 21.—Nil. I COASTWISE, OUTWARDS. ' ] April 21.—Nil. '■ IMPORTS. | April 21.—Colonist, from Glasgow : 1 rnse, .Inmes ! Garden; 4 bars, and KHxilsiion, 3 lulls hoop, 18 bars I iron, 12 nx!o blocks. 24 cart bushes, 1 lwx hardware, I 1 pair bellows, Forbes siml Thomson ; 1 box, David ' Nicoll; 1 bnlc. (has. Tlomas; 2 eases,.'* d>., Win. ! Peikins,jurir; 1 rnse Itubt. Mitchell; 20 kogscarbo- j nate soda, order; 2 ousts, Rob. Wanks j 4 trunks, TurnbuJ], Bin?, & Co.: 1 ca«i', A. 11. Livingstone; 1 box,and G tanks whisky, Tlios. Moodie; 8 boxes soap, James Patcrson 6c Co.; J2O cnses cheese, Robt. Banks; 260 casks beer, 2 cases, Dnlgety, Bat tray, & Co.; 0 dusts, 24 i chests, and 3 pkgs., Itobt. Bunks; 3 oases, 12 tidies spades, John Ilo>s; 1 case, W. ; Grnhnm; 1 bex axles, 2 pair wheels, Daniel Dunlop, ?-"> boxes, 2 bales, H. Kirkpatrick & C|o.; 2 cases, Turnbull, Bing, & Co.; 3 cases, 1 cask, Wm. Park; 1 parcel, Jas. Waddle; 1 case, John R. Logan; 1 case, Jas. Wilson; 1 parcel, J B. Stevenson; 2 cases, James Mills; 1 case, Ed. Wilson; 107 drams oils, 39 bills, spades, Donald Hcndei-son; 3 cases, James Adams; 1 case, John Logan; 20 bales, Robt. Banks, 3 bdls. steel, 1 cask files. Jos. T. Donaldson ; 2 cnses, Alex. Mnins; 1 case, Hugh McLean ; 10 cases, 2 bales, 1 hlid, 1 cask, 12 cases, 1 cask, A. C. ,'Bogg; 1 case, 17 casts, 1 cask, 2 pans, 2 grates, 1 bap, 7 pieces iron, 2 grates, 4 bales, 3 pkgs, 100 casks beer, Cnrgill & Co. •83 casks cement, 70 drums 0i1,2 cases saddlery, 2 do. boots, G do biscuits, 11 do. galvanized iron, J. k, J.H.'Barr. EXPORTS. April 21.—Nil. rOKT CHALMERS—A run. 21. Wind at noon S.W., strong breeze, weather cold nnd cloudy. Barometer, 29-615. Thermometer, 56. High' water to-morrow at Port Chalmers, 9.46 a.m., and 10.10 p.m. At Diinediu au hour later. ARRIVALS. Colonist, schooner, 105 tons, MfFic, from Glasgow. General' cargo. No passengers. Curgill and Co., agents. Pride, ketch, 60 tons, Buxton, from Lyttelton. Colonial produce. 3 passengers. PASSENGER LIST. Per^ Pride, from Lyttelton : Mr Brennan, Mrs. Hope, and Mr. Mortis. DEPARTURES. Picard, schooner, 105 tons, Griggs, for 'Hobart Town, in ballast. No passengers. IMPORTS., Per Pride, from Lyttelton: 192 bags flour, 80 bags do, H. D. Wood; 40 sacks wheat, 66 bags oats, 72 bags potatoes, T. Buxton, jun. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. From Melbourne.—Aldinga, Omeo. St. Jean, Joshua Bates, Streamlet, Lord Raglan, Missie, Eureka, Ellen Simpson, Sea Breeze, Lalla Rookh, and William Buchanan. From Sydney,'—Jane Lockhart. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. British Trident, for Melbourne, April 23 ~ Chariot of Fame, for London, May 8 City of Hobart, s.s. for Melbourne, April 22 Aldinga, s.s., for Melbourne, April 23 Omeo, s.s., for Canterbury, April 23 SUn; for Invercargill, April 21 . , Airedale, for Lyttelton and North, on arrival of the Mail. VESSELS IN PORT. ' British Trident, ship, from Melbourne' City of Hobart, s.s., from Melbourne Chariot of Fame, ship, loading for London Dona Anita, barque, from London : Oliver Cromwell, ship, from London, Akbar, ship, from London William Watson, barque, from Melbourne Airedale, s.s., from the North Ceres, ship, from Melbourne Witch of the Tees, barque, from Newcastle Maestro, barque, from Melbourne Eucalyptus, barque, from Hobart Town Colonist, schooner, from Glasgow. Scbini, schooner, from Melbourne. A ship, two barques, a brig, and four schooners have arrived at the Heads. The wind is blowing strongly from the S.W., and will prevent the larger vessels from working up, but the schooners will prohnbly be able to reach the port with the evening floodtide. The strong south-westerly breeze which prevailed all Sunday strengthened into t a gale after midnight, nnd inflirted some slight damage about Port Chalmers. Several small boats drifted from their moorings, nnd were picked up sonic distance down the channel. The Pladdn, a large boat used for ballasting purposes, also drifted, and sunk not far from the end of the jetty, her most being now just visible above the water. On shore, a large store which was in course of erection for Mr. Merridew, was laid flat with the ground, and several other less substantial buildings got a severe shaking. The Colonist, schooner, from Glasgow, which was reported by theshipAkbarashavingbeenlatelyspoken not far off the New Zealand coast, arrived at the Heads yesterday (Sunday) morning, and managed to reach the, anchorage ground at Port Chalmers at a late hour on the same evening, the wind at the time blowing stiffly from the S.W. The Colonist left the Tuscars, being the last land seen on the British coast, on the 18th of December last, and. under all the circumstances, may be considered to have made fl most successful voyage out. She is but a small schooner, of only 105 tons, but she withstood wonderfully the various winds and weather which she encountered in the different latitudes, and proved herself a capital little vessel in sailing qualities and otherwise. In the tropics she was becalmed for about a fortnight, and when off Kerguelen Island met with a very violent gale, during the prevalence of which she shipped a heavy sea, but was in no way disabled, and she made out Stewart's, Island on the 13th of this month. The Colonkt was only launched shortly before departure, her builders being Messrs. Denny and Rankin, Dumbarton. As she is exceedingly well fitted for the coasting trade, it is probable that she will be retained as a regular trader between this and other New Zealand ports. The ketch Pride arrived from Lyttelton this forenoon after an eight days' trip, having had to put into Bone Bay on Sunday week, in consequence of the heavy weather then prevailing. She proceeds to town to discharge her cargo, which consists principally of grain and flour. ■ The Government has now enclosed a paddock at the north side of the township of Port Chalmers for the accommodation of stock landed at the port.' This improvement has necessitated the removal of the several tents by which the ground was occupied, but for the accommodation of the population who have hitherto lived under canvas, numerous small houses are being put up, and preparations are being made for others on the ground in the neighborhood, the leasehold of which was recently sold. On the 13th there were lying at Kaifongate, River Clutha. the Pilot, schooner^ waiting at the bar for a. wind for Dunedin: Nora, schooner, unloading'at Kaitongata, to load for Dunedin. . The cutter Morning Star, 11 tons, which left Melbourne on the 25th February, for Dunedin, has not yet been heard of by the owner here (Mr. Fleet), and it is generally feared that she must have suffered from the recent gales. She had nine souls on board, and the utmost anxiety is felt for their safety. Any shipmaster who may know anything respecting the Morning Star, or may have observed a vessel of her size in distress, would oblige by giving information to our shipping reporter at Port Chalmers, or to the Editor at this office. ■■':.
Shipping Intelligence., Otago Daily Times, Issue 135, 22 April 1862
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