AKRT.VED. November 21.— Hope, 20 tons, Craigie, from Taieri, with 4 owt. hams and bacon. November 26. — Sosicorth, Turnbull, from London. Passengers — Cabin: Mr. W. W. Waite, lady, and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Heniy Walker and one child, Mr. and Mrs. Boswell, Mr. and Mrs. Paritt, Mr. and Mrs. Dick, Thomas Dick, and four children, Elizabeth Darling, Agnes Darling, Charlotte Darling, William Darling, Mr. and Mrs. Tarlton, Robert Tarlton, and six children. Intermediate and steerage : Mr. and Mrs. Sewell and child, Miss Grey, Charles Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Dalglish, Miss Eldon, Mr. and Mrs. Redmayne, Catherine, Elizabeth, and Anne Redmayne, Misses M'Queen (2), Messrs. Avarre, Richardson, Copestake, Henderson, Thomas, Harkness, Dewsbury, Bellamy, Mr. and Mrs. M'Lellan and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, William, John, and Elizabeth Hunt, and four children, Miss Rowen, Mr. and Mrs. Basson and child, Mr. and Mrs. Chase, Elizabeth, Amelia, Betsy, Ellen, Mary, and Fanny Chase, and 25 for Canterbury. November 26. — Star, 40 tons, Davidson, from Bluff Harbour, in ballast. Passengers — Mrs. Dyer, two children, and servant. ' Nov. 26, Oberon, 14 tons, Shepherd, from Bluff Harbour, with 17 pkgs. furniture. SAILED. November 21.— Spec, 14 tons, Simpson, for Moeraki and Oamnru, with stores for settlers. Nov. 27, Hope, 40 tons, Craigie, for Taieri River, with stores for settlers. Schooner Queen op Perth. — This vessel has been sold for the sum of £900 cash, to Captain Stevens, owner of the Otago, and we believe is intended for the whaling trade on the New Zealand coast. — Sydney Herald. '
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Shipping News., Otago Witness, Issue 313, 28 November 1857
Shipping News. Otago Witness, Issue 313, 28 November 1857
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