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POUT CHALMERS. ' SYbxua.-y 19.-Wind: morning, N.E.,light. Ba.m. —Barometer, 20.94; thermometer, 64. 1 p.m.—Barometer, 2!).BtS; thcrmome er, 80 in the shade—llo in the sun. 6 p.nj - Barometer, 29 86 ; thermometer, 80. Hiah water on the 20th February:—At tho Heads, 0.61: «t Port In Omars, 7.51; at Dunodln, aie.. PORT CHALSIERS OBSER^ATORX. Latitude, 45.13 55 south; longitude, llli. 22m. 375. cut. Time ball drops daily (Sundays execpted) at 1 p.m. Port Chalmers .niean time, or lh. 37in. 235. a.m, Ursenwicli mean time. ARRIVALS. Pakeha, brig, 173 toi.s, Home, from Kaipari. T. Paterson, agout. Passengers—Mrs and Hiss Bissett. Southern Croas, auxiliary barquontitie, 124 tons, Bougard, from Wellington. Master, agent. DBrAMURKB. May Queen, ship, 753 tons, Tatohel!, for Lyttelton Dalgety, Nichols, and Co , iigeutn. „„, _. Catlin, ketch, 62 tons, Hannah, for Catlin s Kirer. H. Guthrie, agont. I Colibrl, brig-, '207 tons, Asuiusson, for Lyttol on. Turntmll and Co , agents. KXrKCTBD ARRIVALS. Faon London.- Loch Deo, Novemb.-r 22nd; Kutorpo, Docember 2nd ; Piako, WolUuv'ton, 1) comber 17th; Bxron Blaiitvro, lienledl, Hormlona, llucs'iiley. Faoa Olasoow. — Tag KopuWl, Sopiumbur 2(!th; Wild Deer, December. Feom Ilosa— GoncMter. Dowmbor lOtli. Froii Nsw York.—KUnUamU, November li>th ; CsniUle. From Nkwcasi-s.—lVhjoltis «*ny. mV)tt"tKU MrAKWMW, Foa UwuMi.™■ln«\#.Un»9J»»Uu*V.; Ottvki, Cft'ypso, eftr^y, S'or MKi.ROrtWR.~-RSivsfMwnw, 2l»t inst. For S,\\v-'VM*uw,fth\vli»wl.; \V»UUjm, ami iast; East)}, 2>(.U i«*U For H«iukt i\nvs.~.\(V«wi, Sitth lust, Foa Nokiiixhx roKT*.—Taui<o, £Ut mat. »tor SoutusiiN i\mus.-- Kspvwss, tar.y ; Wiuigumii, 21st inst. Fob East Coast Ports — \Viv<»ka, 3rd March. Foa tiuauu.—laUroa, thisiiliy. Fob Suau I'oint.— Sliag, this day. For Oamakii. — Waitvu, this any ; Samson, 2lst inst For Waxoa.vcj.—Zur, ea?ly. For Hokitika. -Mary Ogivie, early. For W»BT Coast. —iieantitul -tar, tins day. For Gkkymouth. -Isabella Anderson, early; Edith Beid, early. Fob Invkkcakoiu. —I'ionetr, early. Fob Foxio.n. i liz;i Ml'hee, e..rlj. CUSTOMS ENTKIE3. INWARDS. "Wakatipu, 1153 tons, Camevon, from Lyttolton, with cargo. J. Mills, agent. t Taupo, 461 tons, Caiey, from Lyttelton, with cargo. 'Wanganui,'l79 tons, Fraser, from Bluff Harbour, with cargo. H. Uoughtou and Co., agents. Waitakl, 228 tons, Kdie, frum Camaru, with cargo. 1. Mills, agent. Taiaroa, z2B tons, Peterson, from Tunaru, with car»o. J. Mills, ngeut. fiingarooina, 623 tons, Whitburn, from Lyttelton, with cargo. Dalgety, Nichols, and Co., agents. Argosy, 203 tons, couch, from Kaipara, with cargo. Eoumaa, Macmdrew, and Co., agents. Huon Belle, 42 tons, Tunbridge, from Catlin's Biver, with cargo. Master, a,ent. Shag, 31 tons, Wing, from Shag Point, with cargo. Martin and Watson, agents. OUTWARDS. Huon Belle, 42 tons, Tunbridgo, fur Catlin's River, in ballast. Gibbs and Clayton, agents. Good Templar, 52 torn, Currie, for Cathn's River, in ballast. H. Gutlnie, age ".t. Waitaki, 228 tons, Ed c, for Oamaru, with cargo. J. Mills, agent. Ephemy, 65 tons, Kean, for Auckland, via Oamaru, with cargo, H. Guthrie. agent. IMPORTS. Per Pakeha, from Kaipara: 105,000 ft timber, T Per Waitaki, from Oamaru: 4 coils wire, Oliver and TJlph ; 2 packages, Guthrio and Larnach: 1 do, Watson ; 7 do, Scoular and Co; 33 do. Bardsley; 6do, 0 Wilson ; 1 do, Lakenun ; 1 do, Edmond; 2 hhds, Burke* 10 packages, Bournan, Macandrew, and Co ; 6 do, Mackerrajand Hazlett; 159 do, GO coils wire, Turnbull and Co ;59 pickages, Davidson and Co; 3 do, Gilbert; 10 hhds Ke.t6t and M'Carthy : 2 packages, Coombs; 1 rto, Kincaid, >fQueen, and Uo; 7 do, Dnnnine; 13 do. Houghton ; 2 dn, Rus«e\l, Ritchie, and Co; 1 do, Pryor; 2do, Hai , B aiuwUl, anu Co ; 1 do.Nea'e ana CMoso ; 7 do, Briscoe; 8 do, Smith and Smith ; 1 do, Albion Brewery -Co ; 18 do, Esther and low; 6 do, Rosa and Glendining; 4 do, Gilmour Bros; 5 do, Sargood, b'on, and Ewen ; 6 do, R Wilson and Co; 4 do, Jluttcrworth Bros; 2 do, Hayman. EXPJRTS. Per Ino, for Port Molyneux: 1 package, Herbert, Haynes, and Co ; 1 do, Sligo ; 3 do, Sargood, Son, and Ewen; 1 keg, Turnbull and Co; 4 pkges, Beaver Bros and Salomon; 4 do. Batks, Barron, a-'d Co ; 1 do, Farquhar ; 5 do, Brii-coe and Co; 33 do, Mackerras and Hazlett; IS pieces timber, Guthrie and Per Ephemy : For Oamaru—2oo packages, Guthrie and Larnach. tor A uck and—4l packages, Murray; 730 do, Anderson and Co ; 16 do, Marshall and Copeland ; 2 do, Wright, Stephenson, and Co ; 6 do, Briscoe and Co ; 40 ro, Eoyso, btea'l, and Co,

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SHIPPING., Otago Daily Times, Issue 4683, 20 February 1877

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SHIPPING. Otago Daily Times, Issue 4683, 20 February 1877

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