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j ARBIVED. November 28, George Canning, 411 tons, Captain Sim, from London August 23. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Shand, Misses Shand (2) and 3 children ; Messrs. James Paterson. D. Paterson, W. Hepburn, J.M'Cree, J. Senior, F. Stone, H. G. Prime* C.Calder, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hepburn, Mr. and Mrs. J. France and child, Mr. and Mrs. C. France and 3 children, Mr. and Mrs^R. Gough, Mr. and Mrs. 3L Borrow «iid3 children, Mr. and Mrs. F. Chittock^ ~ George and Emily Chittock and 4 children, Misses Smith and Stewart, Mary A. Buskin and 2 children ; Edward, Elizabeth, Edward Jas., and Wm. Perry^} Robert, Agnes "Dick, Robert, Agnes, Margaret, ' Janet, and John Blair ; John and Anna Cavanagh ; William Ford ; Dennis Dunkley ; Richard Cockrill ; Thomas Cabill; Charles," Sarah, Dinah, Martha, Richard Lates, and Thomas Herbert Hammond; Alexander, Priscilla, Agnes, Helen, Eray, Catherine and Alexander Mathie; John Geo. Butlar; Chas. and Barbara Tilly; Stewart, Agnes, Stewart, Archibald, John, Elizabeth, Agnes, Helen, and James William Leckie ; Aaron Morris; John, Mary Ann, Maria, John, Mary Ann, Charles, Julia, Sydney, and Alfred Jago ; John, Patience, Patience, Emily, Hannah, William, John, and Frederick Careless; John, Mary Margaret, Frederick, Margaret Elizabeth, Ann Sophia, Joseph William, and Suhannah Wain ; William, Ann, Sarah Maria, Thomas, Elizabeth, and William Morris ; Joseph M'Vey ; George, May, Alexander, May, Agnes, and John Sinclair ; Thomas, Janet, Margaret, Mary, and Caroline Cassells ; Helen, Marion, Jean, and James Finlay ; Messrs. Nairne, Clarke, M'Kenzie, Small, J. Ford, Russell, Watson, Lewis, and Fairmaid. The foregoing list includes 2 tailors, 2 storekeepers, 1 servant, 9 farmers, 1 clerk, 1 butcher, 1 carpenter, 20 labourers, 1 engineer, 3 shepherds, 1 dairymaid. SAILED. Dec. 1, Southern Cross, 591 tons, Charlton, for Wellington, with part of original cargo. Passengers — Messrs. Martelio and Richardson. Dec. 2, Star, 40 tons, for Bluff and New River, with stores for settlers. Passengers — Mr. Baggot and family, Mr. Bailey and family, Misses M'Queen (2), Messrs. Lee and Calder. IMPORTS. Per Bosworth from London :— SO casks bottled beer, 50 cases cider, 2 grindstones, 2 boxes glass, 1 keg paint, 5000 slates, 4 hearth slabs, 1 keg nails, 2 hhds. wine, 4 qr.-ditto, 4 ditto whisky, 3 casks white lead, 28 slate slabs, 300 bags salt, 70 tons coals, 54-cases whisky, 6 qr.-casks ditto, 45 sovereigns, 1 iron shaft, 50 casks beer, 50, ditto cider, 2 sheets lead, 3 ifon safes, 1 bag cotton, 18 cases wine 1 cart and wheels, 1 pair shafts, 1 case books, 1 ditto boots, 1 perambulator, 4 swans, 10 tins, 9 bales, 2 coils, 122 casks, 164 cases, 20 bundles, 20 drums, 22 boxes, 50 jugs, 83 packages, 24 crates, 10 barrels 5 tierces, 2 half-tierces, 42 hhds., 1 bag, 2 trunks, 1 parcel, 4 chests. Per George Canning, from London :—2: — 2 cases books, 1 ditto apparel, 20 ditto glass, 100 cases Geneva, 20 bundles square iron, 20 do. hoop iron, 51 camp ovens, 51 lids for ditto, 1 coil rope, 1 case seeds, 1 box books, 2 casks whisky, 1 case clothing, 42 tons coals, 6 hhds. rum, 83 cases soap, 20 kegs arsenic, 4 bars iron, 4 bundles ditto, 6 ploughs, 2 wheels, 1 axle, 3 parcels, 112 casks, 209 cases, 30 * barrels, 6 trunks, 10 bales, 30 kegs, 4 boxes. Vessels for New Zealand. * <-. ,t^2 Willis & Co.'s Line.— The Tamar, for Aucklan3^ T and the Cresswell for Wellington and Nelson, topsail Sept. 10; the Roehampton, for Otago and CaW^ terbury, 25th Sept. ; the Joseph Fletcher, for AuclSte' Iland, Oct. 10. . • 7 *" - Baines & Co.'s Line.— The Palmyra, 1500 tons, tosaillstOct. for Canterbury,. Otago, and -Nelson;' the Montmorency, 2000 tons, for Wellington and Nelson, taking passengers for Canterbury, to sail in September. - " Morrison & Co's Line.— the Acasta, for Nelson' and Wellington, to sail,3lst August. " * ' - ' Young& Co.'s Line.— The Westminster, for Canterbury, Sept. 26.— -Tunes, Aug. 22.* The Strathallan, just launched at Dundee; waa - under charter to leave LcitE on the 25th September

for Otago direct. The Palmyra, we understand, it to bring a number of passengers for. this place ; she was. guaranteed to, sail on the Ist Oct. Another vessel, chartered by the Emigration Agents, was to sail from the Clyde in November.

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Otago Witness, Otago Witness, Issue 314, 5 December 1857

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Shipping News. Otago Witness, Issue 314, 5 December 1857

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