ENTERES INWARDS. September 12 -Nil. ENTERED OHTWARDB. September 12—fusannah B;ioih, 111 tons, Clulow, master, for Sydney, with passtngers. Franck and Co, agents. '-.'■- September 12-Mai y Agnes, 282 tons, Darby, master, for Sydney, with cargo. W. H. Mumford, agent. x INWARDS—COASTWISE. . September 12—Nil." : OUTWARDS COASTWISE. September 12—Mary Jane, 28tons, Davys, mastev, for MolyneuXj with cargo. H. Houghton and Co, agents. " r imports. " Per Bella Vista, from Hobart Town : 401 bags potatoes, 60 bags carrots, 35 bales hay, 60 cases fruit, S cases eggs, 1 sprinsr cart, 3 boats, 22.5U0 palings, 85,00(» fetic timber, 12,000 shingles, 300 feet battens, 250 hags'oat--, 1 case apparel, 99 cases apples, 1 harmonium, 1 case scales and weights, Fisher Brothers. Per Sir Ralph A-bercombie, from London: 5 packages, A M'Farland ; 5 packages, Sargord, King, and Sargood"; 1 box, Major Ryan; £00 cases; 50 hhds, order; 22 cases; W arid G Tumbulland-Co; jJ cases, A Schodel; 10 cases, J Arkelj ; 8 cases,-Isaac Bro ; 2 rases, C W'Bicbihbnd-38'pcickages,-order, 5 cases Kirkpatrick; 110 ; packages, Moss and Co; 6 packages, M'Ewari, Thomson and Co; 100 cases, Moss and Co; 2 qr-easks^J-i'reston; 30 packages, vv and G Turnbujl and Co; 1 bin;!H Reynolds, care of J Butcher; 58 cases,1 J and J HBarr; 1 do; W.Dansey; 26 cases, KB Martin; 3 cases, H Nathan; 3 bales, Wand RFilleul;;267: packages, order; 220 cases, Walker jlO cases, TAncell; 12,000 slates, Ferguson ; 14 trucks, A Silverton; 6 cases, Nathan and Co; 260 cases, Dalg.-tyßattra^and Co; 21 cases* Herman and Co ; 3 eases, order; 53 cases,' Lazarus; 1 bin, 20 pkgs 1121 do, Dtrlgety, Rattray and Co; 15 qr-caskp, order; 26 cases,-Fianckand Co; 1626 packages, 67 cases, order; 3 cases, Dalgety, Rattray and Co; 55 cases, Cargill and Co; 8 bales, Wilkin and Thompson; 18,000 bricks, H- Nathan ; 881 packages, Cargill and Co ; 1 case, ~R" Edwards; 59 boxe*, A Shaw and Co; 2160..bundles wire, Turnbull and Co ; " 23 cases, ' Barr ; 489 cases, ,50 hhds, order; 1 case,- Joseph Butcher; 40 packpages, R B Martin and Co; 27 cases, order; 1 case, J Jones; 200 casks, Wright, Robertson and Co; 1 case, M Craig; 2 cases, Forsaithj Fry and Co ; 15 cases,-J and "J1 H Barr; 40 barrels/ crder; 245 cases, Turnbull and Co; 6 barrels, J Preston ; £0 packages, Moss and Co; 1 case, M J Hayes ; 75 cases, H Brooks ,;_4~ cases, W H Harris; 27 packages, Barron and Ci j 211 cases, order; 69 cases, W Watson ; 2 cases, Herman and Co. "*.*""• exports? -' Per Mary, Agnes, for Sydney: sbhds rum, R: T Darby. Per Susannah-Booth:-t-case"(piaTio)r 1 "package apparel, W H 'Mumford.' '' * Per Mary Jane, for the Molyneu'x: 91 boards, 71 pieces shelvine, 1,050 bricks, 4 packages zinc, 1 cask do, 107 tiles, 5 grindstones,^ ton galvanised iron, 3 ton 3 naiis, ,43: board?, , 1.000.-palingsj> 1,000 pieces timber, 23 doors, 153 bundles weather-boards, A Gait; 50 bag3~niafze7'l7cask".p?as,'*.l : ""cask;'Karley, Thomas Woods ;,'2 drays', 3iiarrpws,'3'packages sundries, J Rattray; 3'"to"ns coals, 1 anvil,'l vice, 18 bellows, Cl bundles and bars iron,- D-Gillies ;-6 bags barley, 1 bag .maize",' D Mackenzie, 4'boxes luggage, A M'Neil; bdle leather, Strachan. - • <^» . ~ , » j PORT CHALMERS—September 13th. Wind light and variable; -weather, fine. ' * ARRIVALS. " Harl of Windsor,-'ship; Diek 5 from' Twofold Bay, 150 head of cattle,. _A. L. Thomson and Co, agents. Bella Visia, barque, Tonner, from Hobart Town, general cargo, <10 passengers. Fisher Brothers, agents. Sir Ralph Abercrombie,-ship,- Gilbert, from London, general cargo, 40 passengers.1 R. B. Martin, and Co, agents.'■' * . • ■ • DEPARTURE]. Vijtory, ship; • '," PASSENGER LIST. Per Sasannah Booth, for Sydney—Cabin: Messrs. ■Williamson,,Newman,' Mrs Newman and Afrs-Turrie; and 8 in the.steera«ev_ , . / Per Bella Vista, from Hobart Town—Mr'and Mrs Grant and- tw.o children^ >Irs .Griffiths and twochildren, Miss Blake,-M^ Solomon,.Mr J .Thomson. fey Sir Ralph Abercrombie, from London-rMr and Mrs Fergusonj-Mrand- *'TS~Balfour, Marie Balfour, Mr J Heath, Mr, Stephen B White, Mr Charles White, Mr Peter Mitchell, Mr'and Mrs Handoock' Helen Handcock, Mr G'Blytb. BXPEOTED-ARRIVAIiS. From London — New Great Britain, May 3 • (now at Bluff).','-, ," From Glasgow—Mataura, June 6. , <■ -PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Titania, for Invercargill, this day. Western Star, for' Sydney; 15th inst. Christina-, for Hobart Town, this day. lady Young, for Hobarfc_Town, this day. Mary Agnes, "for' Sydney, 15th inst. Omeo, for Melbourne,! this day. ■ I Alf'inga, for Melbourne, 18th inst. Edina, for Melbourne, early. ~ r~VESBETjf ( «? PORT. Lombard, schooner, from Twofold Bay. Crimea, ship, from London. Island City, barque, from Boston, Electric, ship, from Glasgow. - Gaudalette,-Vi"que,'fr6m Mauritius, I Ceylon, shif>. l-cova! Newcastle. Sir Wm. Ej j«, ship, from Glasgow. I Ocean Homo, ship, from London. , Kustvel, brig, from .Mauritius, Lady Young, ship, from San Francisco. T. E. Milledt;e, ship, from Glasgow. W. C. Went worth, barque, from Newcastle. Midas, baiipiirfijom Newcastle," , > Pantaloon, Daique, from Newcastle. William Miskin, s.s., from Invercargill. H. L. Rutgers, barque, fi;om Vancouver's Island. Lawrance tirown, ship, from Melbourne. Mary \gn«-s,-barque,-from Sydney; City of Dunedin, ship, from Glasgow. Dudbiook, ship, from London. Pryde, brigTfromHobart Town. Crishna, barque, from Hobart Town. Susanna Booth, schooner, from Sydney. Mallard, ship", from London. Rialto, barque, from Melbourne. Omega, barque, from Newcastle. Isle of Francp, barque, from.Newcastle. • Mneo, s s., from Melbourne. Tifcania, s.s., from Inyercargill. Mount, Alexander, schooner, "from Waikava. Earl of Windsor, ship, from' Twofold Bay. Bella Vista/barque,'from Hobart Town. ■Sir Ralph'Abercrombie, ship, from London. The ship Earl of Windsor was towed up on Satnrday evening, bringing from Twofold Bay a freight of 150 head of fat and store cattle. She made a passage qt ten days, but tad very unfavorable weather particularly towards the New Zealand coast, and during its prevalence lost,.about a .hundred head of her stick, her shipment having consisted of 250 head 60 of these being fat,. Her principal loss occurred during the heavy V.K. pale which was experienced in th« Pdiae latitude by,, the s s Omeo. The Earl of Windsor is chartered "for other two trips with freights of castle from the same place of shipment. ..-The barque' Bella Vista arrived at the Heads on Saturday afternoon, after one of her usually smart passages from Hobart Town. To the consignment of Messrs Fisher Brothprs, she brings .a large general cargo, including several Hobart Town Built boats one ot which is a very handsome regitta boat built by Mr Chandler. She is about 3Vfeet long, is whaleboat built, gig style, and is a very beautiful model. Previous to being forwarded to Dunedin, she was tried at Hobart Town by a good crew of four, and -was considered to possess tirst-rate racing qualities. • The ship Sir Ralph Abercrombie, which arrived at the Heads on Saturday.afternoon, and wa^ since towed up, has had a passage of 90 days from the Downs, or 91 days from Gravesend. Lefo -the Downs on the ldth of June; had westerly ard fogrgy weather in the channel, leaving the land on the 17th, and to the Line had fine weather all the way, crossing on the 19th of July in 22-50' W. Experienced strong S.E trades until lat. 32 S. -and long. 18-E, when they were lost, and subsequently had strong westerly winds but no, very bad weather until the 18th of August. On that day spoke the .ship Annie Wilson, from London to' Auckland with emigrants. On the following day, the chief officer of the Annie Wilson boarded the vessel,.and reported theerew and a number of passenger* to be in. a mutinous i state. Violence had been used towards the captain. The cargo was alleged to have been plundered,; ani there was generally a spirit of mutiny prevailiug, which necessitated the officers arming themselves in the ex cution of their duty, 'and the enrolment of sixteen of the passengers as special constables, for the preservation of nrder. The Annie Wilson had sailed irom'London fourteen days previous to the departure of the Sir Ralph ■> bercrombie. To Captain Gilbert, nommnnder of the" 'Sir Ralph, the passengers presented, on arrival, a lestimonial expressing their hitth.satisfac tion witii the ship, captain, and officers. "She is one of Shaw, Sayill vand Cos. line; brings a large general c irgo, and passengers. The ship Mataura, from Glasgow, is reported by Captain Gilbert, of the Sir Ralph Abercrombfe, aa
having been spoken by him to the westward of the Snares on Wednesday last. The weather has since been foggy, and the'winds baffling, circumstances which have probably delayed her arrival, but, as there is at present a signal at the Heads for a steamer, it is expected that she is now in the offing. The fine American-built fore-and-aft schooner Lombard, which has traded to and from this psrt for some time, is stated to have been disposed of by I Capt. Harding to Mr Johnson, of Gipps Land, for the sum of £2,500. It is understood that the Lombard, to whose peculiar rig there are few masters in the cplonies habituated, is to be fitted up as a barque or brig, and to undergo tins change, will shortly proceed to Hobart Town. .She will probably continue to be employed ia the cattle trade, for which she is by her construction particularly well adapted. The barque Holyrood, bound for Lyttelton, and which put into Hobart Town in a leaky state, sailed from the latter port on the Ist instant, after undergoing thorough repairs. The brig Jane is the next expected arrival from Hobart Town, and the Alarm is advertised as on the bi-'rth at the same place for this. The ship Mataura, expected from Glasgow, is an American: built ship, and was formerly named .Neptune's Bride. Is an eight years' old ship, and is understood to be a vessel of fast-sailing qualities.
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Shipping Intelligence., Otago Daily Times, Issue 542, 14 September 1863
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