March -1-2-Alcivalloch.- 331, Lovie, from Sydney, Witli corns and 115 passengers. Cargill and Co., agents. . • . KNTKRED OUTWARDS. March 12—Nil. INWARDS —COASTWISE. March 12—Albatross, 86 tons, Clarke, from Auckland, with cargo and 1!) passengers. Master, agent. March 12-Midlothian, 25 tons, Marshall, from the Taieri, in ballast. Cairns and Knye, agents.
March 12—Anne, 22 tons, Bussell, for the Taieri. H. Houglitou and Co., agents. IMPORTS. Per Aldivnlloch, from SyJney : 330 tons coals, Cirri'l and Co; 10 bales bacon, 3 cases cheese, from Adelai 'o : 2,000 bags flour, 811 ba^ bra... 82 bags oats, order; 20 tons flour, Captain Orchard; 225 ba 3 s flour, H. Warm; 25a do do order; 151 bngs oats, order ;30 tons flour Royse, Mudie aAd Co ; 200 bag* flour, Royse, Mudie, and Co*-20 ba<rs wheat, Ticklean-t Co; 110 casks bottled' bear, Gipfciin Orchard ; 3 casks wine. Captain Orchard • 76 casks ale, Captain Orchard; 235 casks C, Royse. Mudie, and Co; l.lihd wine. Royse, Mplr'Gananoque, from London : 40 hhds, Tickle and Co; 6 packages, 1 case, order; 2S packages, W an I Q Wnbull mid Co; 36 cases, order: 1 case, Be-fT ChrUtie and Co ; 20 barrels, order ; 2 cases, Jufiu4 Vogel; 100 packages, Morison. Law and .to ; 4 cases, order ; 68 packages, J and J H Bare , 1 cise J Jones and Co ; 1 qr-ca<k, Captain Boyd ; 12 packa-es, Kin-ston ;.4 rases, A Silvester; 2 cases, DaKety, lUttray and Cj; 12 trunks, Morrison, Law and Co;30 cases, order ; 5 packages, J Preston ; 2 caw. AH SheiTy ; 2 cases, 30 hhds, orler; 4 casks, J Reid ;03 pkas, Herbert.. Haynesand Hay ;51 pkgs V Barker ; 3 cases, H Nathan ; 1 case, Cargill & Co; 10 pto, H Nathan ; 10 cases, order ; 1 case, Wand G 'I'urnhuU and Co ; 18 packages. J Brown ; 20 packages, D 11 Girdwood ; I case, King and Co ; 10 Se.<, order: 10 packages, J Jones and Co : 50 lh?A?Morrison, Law and Co; 182 packages T.ckle nmlCu; 55 packages. Ualg'ty, Katlray and Co ; 22 . Soxes, T Ancel! ; 67 packages Uiy and Mieville; 80 pickases. J Finch and C«; 210 packages, order : 965 packages, 51 ca,es, Da'gety, llattray and Co ; 3 cases, J Moss ; 50 tons coal. 25 packages, Dalgety, Hattroy and Co; 17 cases, order; 120 package, 9 ca"es, 1 bile, W and G Turnbull and Co ; 24 cajes. H Kirkp-itrick; GO cases, 1-ranck and Co ;15 package*. 1 case, Murray. Kevr and Co; 0 packages J Soss • 420 packages, order : 1 box, Boblue and Co; 2,&l packa-cs, 17.424 fire bicks, order- 710 paokifies, Cargill and Co ; 6 packa'e3 'W Q- TurnbuH and Co; 8 ;packages, '•Pran«kaiirl Co; 24 paoka^s. order; 10 packages, «„„,„ ICeir ii-d Co: 6.'5 packages, Kobinson, ■ H"r aad Co; 60 ,-ack'ages, / Koh£ and Co ; 24tf ■packages Murray, Kevr and Co ; 24 packages, W and G Turnbull iu.d Co; 34 packages, H Nathan; *" 3 cases, order. EXPORTS. Per Anne, fur the Taieri: 2.30 bags fl-jur, order; 50 cases stout, .1 Gibson and Co : 5 ca-sks nsli, W hiteheal and Cj ; 1 caae barns, B Legge.
POKT CHALMERS—March 12.
Wind at noon, S.W., light breeze, weather, fine; hitrii water on the 13th instant, at Port Chalmers; 8 30 a in aud 9.2 p.m ; at Dunedin, an hour later.
ARRIVALS. : Gananoque, ship, 7So tons, D. Ritchie, from London, Dec. 17, general cargo, 91 passengers. Dalgety, Rattray and Co, agents. . Ashburton, barque, 541 tons, from Adelaide, Feb. 17, general cargo, 100 passengers. Royse, Muuie . ami Co, agents. . Lion, barque, Sine air, from Sydney, horses. ' DEPARTURES.
Fanny A. Garriques, brig, 189 tons, Hanson, for Wellington, in ballast; ■ Ocean Bride, barque, 2SI tons, Cole, for Guam, in ballast. ■ ~ Indiana, ship, 607 tons, Hobson, for Melbourne, m ballast.
PASSENGER LIST. Per Ashburton, from Adelaide—Mrs. Orchard, Messrs E Franter, H F Christen, John Mitchell, A Kemp J Kemp, T Irons, Jas Pornery, C Williams, J Williams, M Hutchison, - M'Neil, T Tear, R Veitch, E Gates, Jno Southwell, H Pitches, W Miles R Johnson, Thos Reynolds, Jno Sullivan, H WrWit F Young, H Bacchus. Jas Hatcher, D James, O Young, Kd Cash, JasM'Evoy, E Donaldson, Jno Careon, Jno Pedrick, Gus M'Corrt, Wm Bowen, Geo Robertson. J R Chapman, Waketteld fa Jno_ Bellamy and wife, *D Clark, T Keeling, H Wehb,' R Nichol, John Jones,- O Niewant, W Niewanr, F Inglis, M Bodey, A M'Callum, E Letchford and ■wife, Jas Hasts,"W Carruthers, H Keelby, wife and 2 children, N Burders, T Darvenza, Jas Wright, H Cotter, J Widdison, J Allinham, Thos M'Court, M Richardson, H Sherrin, G Gowland, W Fawcett, Isabella M'Cleary, J M'Knew, A Aitken, A Leslie, N M'Donald, Jno Thompson, Jno Hunt, P Mead, Thos Dor tin, Jno Rogers, A Wilson, Wm Bush, Jno Sudorf, Jno Beacon, Jno Deane. Per Gananoque, from London—Cabin : Mr Fraser, Miss Fraser; 89 in second cabin and steerage.
' EXPECTED ARRIVALS From Glasgow—Arina, Sir William Eyre. From Melbourne — Vibilia, Andrew, Pet, W. W. Jackson, Wm. Miskin. From Sydney— E. O. Felter. From Adelaide—Ann Sanderson. From Bluff—Sir Geo. Po'lock.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Aboukir, for London, 20tli March. Star of Tasmania, for London^ 25th March. Susannah Booth, for Sydney, this day. Theods, for Melbourne, 14th inst. Aquila, for Invercargill and Riverton, early. . City of Hobart, for Melbourne via the Bluff, tins day. ■ ■ Salacia, for Melbourne, this day. , - ■ So!way, for Melbourne, 14th instant. Ceylon, for Melbourne, 17th instant. Ziska, for Lhunceston, 14th instant. Adolph, for Nelson, 18 inst. Vellore, for Melbourne, 16th inst. Courier, for Riverton, 14th inst.
VESSELS IN FOR?. Aboukir, ship_, from Glasgow. Sarah M., ship, from London. Star of Tasmania, ship, from Newcastle. Mount Alexander, schoonev, from Molyneux. John Duncan, ship, from London. Hellevoetsluys. barque, from Sydney. Margaretha Roesner, ship, from Newcastle. Gil Bias, bri?, from Hobart Town. Scotia, brig, from Adelaide. Wolverine, brig, from Hobart Town. Highland Lassie, briar, from Melbourne. Storm Cloud, ship, from Melbourne. Salacia, barque, from Melbourne. Ziska, brig, from Launceston. Santiago, ship, from Newcastle. Ceylon, ship, from Melbourne. Susannah Booth, schooner, from Sydney. Adolph, brig, from Adelaide. Louisa, schooner, from Newcastle. Theoda, barque, from Melbourne. Albatross, schooner, from Auckland. Vellore, ship, from Melbourne. . Der Sud, barque,-from Melbourne Tyra, brig, from Wellington. Adeona, brig, from Adelaide City of Hobart, s.s., from Melbourne Crishna, barque, from Adelaide. Sol way, ship, from Melbonrue. Macquarie, brigantine, from Hobart Town. J. ViT. Paine, ship, from Melbourne Aldivallach, barque, from Sydney. Gananoque, ship, from London. Ashburton, barque, from Adelaide.
The ship Gananoque,- which arrived to-day, in tow of the Sampson, sailed from Gravesend on "the 7th of December, and from the Downs on the 10th, clearing the channel on the 15th. She had a passage characterised by very fine weather throughout, having generally experienced light weather, until past KergueJan's land,, when she had strong: favorable winds. Crossed the Line on the sth January, in 26 W; the meridian of Greenwhich on the 3rd of February ; the Cape ou the Bth of February; sighted Prince Edward's Island on the 12th of February; and made the Snares on. the evening of Monday the ICth inst. No vessels of any colonial interest were spoken on the passaere. The passenger list includes 2in the cabin, 20 in the second cabin, and 69 in the steerage, ■ the latter including 47 young females, having assisted passages, exclusive of the cabin passengers ; 'the total is 89, divided thus:—Adults, males, 29; females, 55; children, 5; all of whom arrived in good health and spirits, and without any increase or diminution of the original numbers by births or .deaths throughout the passage. The barque AMivallach, already reported as having arrived on Wednesday evenine, brought 116 passengers. She has also upwards of 300 tons of coal, and.,
a quantity of bacon. Had a twenty days' passage, protracted, first at Cook's Strait, and subsequently off this port. The Jeauaie W. Paine, which arrived about the same time with sheep aud horses, has since discharged hor freight, as well as the French barque Vellore, also laden with sheep. '' _ The barque Ashburton, from Adelaide, reported some iiays ago by tho Christina as being close to the Port, made her appearance at the Heads to-day, and was towed up in the afternoon. She brings a valuable cargo of South Australian and other produce, and about a hundred passengers. Left Adelaide on the 17th ult, and Cape Jervis on the 22ud, experiencing tine weather until reaching Port Otago Heads, when she was driven to sea. The Ann Sanderson, at the date ot the Ashburton's departure, had not begun to load for Otago. The Ashburton is one of the finest and lnrgest vessels which have arrived from Adelaide, and brings a larger number of passengera than has usually arrived from that port.
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