Sept. IS, Rosebud, 87 tons, Small, from Sydney via Lyttelton. — Young & Co., agents.
Sept. 20. Seabim, 111 tons, M'Ta\ish, from Melbourne.—Young & Co., agents.
Sept. 19, Ann Jane, 38 tons, Paton, from Bluff Harbour, with 10 tons and 15 cwt. potatoes. — Jones.
Sept. 23, Jura, 791 tons, Chambers, from Glasgow. Passengers— Cabin : Janice Adam, William Kelly, T. Moodie. W. Stewart, Thomas Hamilton, Mis. Hamilton, John Hamilton (child). Steerage: Andrew Anderson and wife, and Agnes, Isabella, and Andrew Anderson ; Hugh Blaikie, wife, and 2 children ; Potf-r and Jane Bell, Peter and Elizabeth Bell; Henry Clark, wife, and 4 children; James Cuile, Jane aud William Cadzien, Jasper Clark, wife, and 4 children, Mary and Robert Chapman, John Cook, wife, and 4 children, Helen Marshall, Janet Shiels, Abel Kerr, wife, and 3 children, John Xerr and wife, Geoige Ledingham, Alex. Muuth, wife, and 3 childien, Elizabeth Morrison, James Maxwell, Andiew Miller, wife, and family of six; Husih M'Lean, wife, and 2 children, Isabella M'Kenzie, George Pow wife, and 3 children, James ShieK, wife, and 2 children, Itichard Sandilands, John Tohin, Johanna Dailpy, Geo. Thomson, wife, and o children, David Telfor, wife, and child, nelen Watt, Catheiino Wood, John Collie and wife, Geo. Drvden. wife, and 6 children, Alexander Deansi wife, and 2 children, Win, Easton and wife, Walter Eskdale, wife, nnd 2 children, Wm. Esson, Edward Silvester, Thomas Faitbairn, wife, and 3 children, John Falconer, Jmnes Faiquhaison and w\L', James Fah'ey and wife, JohnGi.iy, wife, and 2 children, Catherine Hutton, Ann H'eibertson, Jessie Hoy, Susannah Hayes, Willi.im and Margaret Hislop, and family of eight, Eius and Thomas Jones, Thomas Johnston, wife, and family of thiee, Alex. Johnston, wife, and 3 children, Anthony Paterson, "ife, mother, and family of six, George Poison,' wit>, and 4 children, Donald Ross and wife, Agnes and Jane Robertson, Matilda Ritchie, J,is. Robert and wife, William Robertson, wife, and family of eight, Wm. Stewart and wife, Thomas Snndilands and 2 chiWion, John Horsborourgh, wife, nnd child, Richard Wilson, wife, nnd family of six, John Wilson, wife, and 2 children, John Wilson, wife, md family of four, Thomas Whyte, Gi.ice WiWon, Mary Wallace, Andrew Wilson and wife, Alexander Wilson, John WiNon, wife, and 2 childien, Caroline Douglas and 5 daughters ; Andrew Taylor, (lonrv Fuller, James Giant, Andiew Russell and \wie, James Wilson and family of 5, Win. and Gdo. Ii itely, Margt. and AU'xr. Adam, M.ny and Helen Esson, Mary and Agnes Logan, John' Mathieson, wife, and 3 children, Thomas Marshall and wife, Alex. Sim, wife, and 3 children, George M'Caitney and wife, James Feiguson, Alex. Johnston, James Wattie, uifp, and 2 children, Robert Sonness, Chas. Hunter, Wm. Hay, Root, and AlLson Wi.ugh, Peter Welsh, John and Wm. Don, Jas. Bain, Archibald Wallace, Jas. and Margt. Drinnan, Andw. Affleck, wife, and 4 children, Francis Dunlop, Matthew Dalziel, "David Paton, James Paterson, wife, and 3 children, Alex. Hastie, wife, and family of 9, J.iniei Dalgleish, wife, and 3 children, Thos. Pagan, Chas. Anderson, wife, and family of 7, Alexr. and John Armstrong, John Duthie, Wm. and Mary Dallas, Da\id Petrie, Jas. Gibson, Geoige, John, and Geo. Rennie, James Wait, wife, and 3 childien, William Lyon and wife, Jas Maxwell, wife, and 4 children, John Filson, Thomas Whyte, wife, and 5 children, Elizabeth Whyte, Margt. Cockburn, John Thomson and wife, Itichard Thomson, John and Nicholas Tweedie, Helen Brown, Margaiet T«eedie Ann Crathers, John Douglas, Geo. Helm, W. D. Campbell, James Hanson, wife, and 2 children, Da\id Mitchell, wife, and child, Henry Mitchell, HenryWilson, Peter Grant, William Fraser.— Macandrew and Co., agents.
Summary.— Adults, 2.51 ; children between 1 and 12 years, 106 ; infants, 18 ;— Total number of souls 37-5, equal to 304 adults.
Occupations.— Ploughmen, 20; labourers, 3420 shepherds, 7 carpenters, 2 blacksmiths, 1 shoemaker, 3 tailors, I tinsmith, 1 bookbinder, 1 mason, 6 gardeners, 10 farmers, 1 suneyor, 1 bra-ssfounder, 1 sawyer, 2 millers, 1 mill overseer, 1 china merchant, 1 grocer, 1 baker, 1 male and 2 female teachers, 1 midwife, 4 dairymaids, 30 domestic servants.
Sept. 22, Gil Bias, 175 tons, Wedgewood, for Auciclancl, with 29 bags onls.
Per Rosebud : 39 mats sugar, 12 cheßts, 16 halfchests, 20 boxes, and 3 packages tea, 1 cask soda, 6 boxes raisins, 1 barrel currants, 1 pkg, cigars, 2 tins chicory, 3 boxes tobacco. 1 do. glass, 1 do. candles., 1 bale bags, 40 barrels flour, 1 hhd. rum, 10 cases Geneva, 1 qr.-cabk shciry, 1 hhd. port, 10 cases biandy, 15 half-do. Geneva, 1 case apparel, 440 pieces timber, 30 ions coal 3, 5 qr.-ca&ks, 5 hhds. aud 1 puncheon whisky.
Per Seabim : 7 cases galvanised iron, 100 empty hhds. 23 cases oilmen's stores, 4 do. boots, 3 hhds. molasses, 2191 feet cedar, 6 cases and 1 bale apparel, 1 copper boiler, 200 sacks flour, 10 boxes soap, 1 bale sacks, G cases coffee, 10 hhds. whisky, 3 do. rum. 3 cases tobacco, 227 bags sugar, 20 do. rice, I malt mill, 70,000 feet timber, 30 cases pipes, 1 case fancy goods, 1 do. clocks, 1 threshing machine, 1 bag pepper, 7 pkt?s. tin plates.
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Shipping News., Otago Witness, Issue 356, 25 September 1858
Shipping News. Otago Witness, Issue 356, 25 September 1858
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