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Shipping Intelligence.

BNTEUKD IXWAHLS October 23—Louisa, 245 tons, Williams, from Ade- ' laide. Dalgety ami Co., agent*. I _- Village Belie, 127 tons, jiicknell, from Warrnambool. f hum is Denny, agent. j Aldinga, &)1 tons, J. M-'Lean, from Melbourne. Royse, Mudie and (Jo., agents. OOTWAKDS —COASTWISE. October 23-Will Wave, 70 tons, Steven, from Canterbury. Master, agent. EXPORTS. Per Wild Wave, from Canterbury—l 9 cases galvanized iron, 1 piping, 2J barrels cement, 1 case shoes, 25 cases chairs. « __ PORT CiIALMEIi.S, Ocwber 23rd. Wind at noon, 8.W., stiff breez?. Weather cool, with shower*. High water on the 2lth inst., at Port Chalmers, 3.32 a.m., and 3.35 p.m. ; at L»unedin an hour later. DEPAnTURES. Thames, brig, 223 tons, M'Kellor, for Newcastle, in ballast. W, vSmith, agent. Boomerang, tchooner, 104 tons, * Quested, for Hobart Town, in ballast. I'ASSENOER LIST. List of Assisted Female Emigrants per Sevilla, ■which left th<j Clyde for Otago, on Ist August, 1862— Marion Aitehcson, Euphemia Aitcheson, Jessie Allan, Marion Chishohn, Ann Clarke. Mary Ann Clunie, liobiua Cliufie, Jessie Crawford, Jane M'Aulay, Janet li. Draper, Jane Henderson, Ro-anna Fair'.ey, 13roady Fiiidlay, Elizabeth Findiay. Agnes Ferguson, Margaret (*mg, El!«n (Julland. Isabella M'Cready, Isabella M'Aulay, Annie M'lnum, Catherine M'i.aren. Margaret M'Phail, Margaret Napier, Euphemia Poncous, Hannah lteid, Elizabeth Simpson, Janet Simpson, Elizabeth Allan, Margaret Wilson, Catherine iiruce, Ellen Creedy, Elizabeth Smith, Alary iSmifcii, Margaret iShanks, Margaret Brackenridge, Maty Ann Oweiss, Uarhara Campbell, Helen Lamb, Jiridget llnclie, Jane I'aton, Margaret Moses, Elizabeth M'GilJivraj, Mary Pettigrew, Elizabeth (ircjnkw. Jane Smith, Elizabeth ColletJge, Isabella Co!ledge, Eliza Sherman, Mary lleynolds, Margaret ►Smith, M.ivy Ann Keir, Elizabetli Hunter, Mary Keiv, Jane >.\y-'-cr, Agnes ltanken, Margaret M'Ncil, BriMgetSnellsey. C:<;»ientina M-Pnie, Jane M'Nair, Flora M'L°an, i.lary JScylon, Margaret Neylon, Kate Ncyion, Bridget Curten, liekn M* Donald, Catherine Mulligan, Margaret Page, Janot Tait, Mary Cald■svel!_, A^rnes Scott Jean Greig, Margaret M'Crorie. Jane Thomson, Janet Thomson, Mary M'Kerma, Margaret, O'LoueiJkm, Elizabeth Haugiia, Henrietta Jardine, Janet Johnston, Mary Anu Delany, Fanny flattery, Mary 11 aw ley, Ann Blake, Julia Malley, Janet Burnett, Agnes Watt, Jessie Constable, Jessie Gullan, Catherine ivlauchlin, Elizabeth Booth, Maria M"N:unara, Ann Kemp, Helen Fay hay, Jessie Maili- ' son, Elizabeth Meere, Ellen Dara, Elizabeth Smeaton, Agnes Brown, Agnes Aitken, Mary Mulrogan, . Elizabeth Hamilton, Sarah Paton, Isabella Henderson, Catiierine Anderson, Mai ion Anderson, Elizabeth Anierson, Joiian Anderson, Letitia Leckie, Esther Bowman, Ann Miller, Jane Morrison, Ann Fergu- i .sou, Margaret Burnett, Jeannie Burnett, Margaret Burnett, Margaret Ritchie, Jean White, Kliza Har--I'jw, Gcorgina Ilariow, Mary Tod, Catherine Wall, Janet ltoberlson, Jane Stevenson, Catherine Barrie, Davijia Barrie, Alecana M'Lean, and Louisa Jeffrey Total, IMh adults. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. From Melbourne — Midas, Matador. From Sydney—Vixen. From London Star of Tasmania, Planter. From the Clyde—Pladda, Sevilla. From Newcastle—Time and Truth. PItOJECTED DEPARTUHKS. Aldinga, for Melbourne, 24th inst. Margaretha lloesuer, Cor Newcastle, N.8.W., 27th inst. Star, for Invercargill, 25th inst, Vf3S3EL3 IN PORT. Cheviot, ship, from Glasgow. Greyhound, ship, from Melbourne. Margaretha Roesner, ship, from Newcastle Cincinnati, bnrque, from Newcastle. V. B. Dean, brigantiuo, from Wellington. Flying Squirrel, from Hobart Town Northern Light, schooner, from Hobart Town. Emerald Isle, schooner, from Canterbury Cecilia, schooner, from Ohmtchurch. Wild Wave, schooner, from VVjiikouaiti Jura, ship, from the Clyde. Cosmopolite, brig, from Hobart Town. Warren Goddard, brigantine, from Melbourne. Jane, bripr, frd'm Melbourne. Bella Marina, barque, from Melbourne. Kaven^ brig, from Sydney. Lady Emma, brig, from Launceston. Derwpnt Hunter, barque, from Hobart Toitrn Alice Thorndyke, ship, from Vancouver's Island. Mary,fcchooner, from the Molyneux Village Bel'e, brigantine, from Warnambool. Wild Wave, snhooner, from Stewart's Island. Aldinga, s.s, from Melbourne. Louisa, felucca, from Adelaide. The Samuel Appleton and Southern Cross, both from Melbourne, are still at the Heads, the wind being too strong to admit of their being safely towed in. There is aUo too heavy a swell outside ibr the transferei cc of the passengers by the Southern Cross to any of the Port steamers. The Samuel Appleton has 159 horses on board. The Village Belle, which arrived some days ago from Warnambool, was toned up in the afternoon by the Sam so]', The Aldinga, now alongside the Cincinnati receiving her coal supply, sails for Melbourne tomorrow (Friday) afternoon.

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Shipping Intelligence., Otago Daily Times, Issue 264, 24 October 1862

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Shipping Intelligence. Otago Daily Times, Issue 264, 24 October 1862

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