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Shipping News.

ARRIVALS. December 17— Pioneer, Simpson, from Clutha, in ballast. Young and. M'Glashan, agents. Same day— James Daly, Flight, from Waikava, with 5 bags flour, and 30,000 feet timber. Master, agent. Same day— Prince Albert, Morris, from Invercargill, with 1 iron boiler, and 3 packages merchandise. Passengers— Messrs. Wilkes, Lee, and Newman. F. Greer and Co., agents. December 18— Ada, Fraser, from Taieri, with 20 bags flour. Passenger — Mr. Wilson. F. Greer and Co., agents. December 19— Ceesar Godeffroy, of Hamburg, 608 tons, Fruchenicht, from Melbourne, with 2500 sheep. F. Greer and Co., agents. Same day— Lord Ashley, 296 tons, Kennedy, from Lyttelton, with 1 case photographs, 3 bags potatoes, 40 kegs butter, 45 hams, 10 bags coffee, 6 cases beer, 2 cases wine, 2 hhds. brandy, 14 packages leather, 5 bales drapery, 2 cases raisin's, 3 casks currants, G eases fruit, 10 case* pickles, 8 horses, and sundry packages merchandise. Passengers — Cabin :— Messrs. Wood, Cruickshank, Carter, Smallfield, Mantel!, Coekroft, and Iloughton.. Second Cabin ; Messrs. B. Suisted, A. Suisted, John Daly, J. Hill, and M. Tidmash. Young and M'Glashan, agents Same day—lndia, 202 tens, Brown, from Hobart Town, with 50 horses. Passengers— Cabin : Mr. Fage. Steerage : Hall, M'Queen, and Brookes. 11. B. Martin and Co., agents. CLEARED OUT. December 15— Caroline, 36 tons, Duncan, for Fij Islands, with 20 cases whisky, 10 cases Geneva half-cask and 9 cases gin, 10 bags flour, 2 chests drapery and ironmongery. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Miss Lee, Alex. Brown, Robert Duguid, and William M'Phie. Young and M'Glashan, agents. December 17— Geelong, Boyd, for Oamaru, with stores. Carpill and Co., agents. December 19— Caesar Godeffroy, Fruchenicht, for Valparaiso, in ballast. F. Greer and Co., agents. Same day— Ada, Fraser, for Invercargill, with stores. Passenger— James Florence. F. Greer and Co., agents. Same day— Pioneer, Simpson, for Clutha, with 6000 bricks, 18 bags lime, and stores. Young an M^Glashan, agents. v PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVALS AND UEPAETUUE9. December 12— The Priuce Albert sailed at 3 p.m. ; the Balmoral at 3/20 p.m. $ and the Ada at 7 p.m. December 13— The Geelong returned at 12.30 p.m. The Ann Jane returned at 1 p.m., reported, and discharged 66 bales and 3 half-bales wool; cleared for Waikouaiti in ballast. December 14— The Ada returned at 9 a.m. December 15— The Priuce Albert relumed At noon. December 16— The Sultan anchored outside at 1.20 p.m., and shortly after proceeded to Mocraki. The Evening Star sailed at 4 p.m. December 17-The Indian, from Hobart Town, anchored inside at 2.45 p.m. December 18— The Caesar Godeffroy, from Melbourne, anchored outside at 6 a.m. The Thomas and Henry left for Oamani at 7.30 am. The Ann Jane returned at S p.m. The Geelong sailed at 12.30 p.m., returned towing up the Indian, and left again at 3 p.m. The Ada towed up the Casar Godeffroy at 4 p.m. The Lord Ashley came alongside the jetty at 8.15 p.m.

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Shipping News., Otago Witness, Issue 473, 22 December 1860

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Shipping News. Otago Witness, Issue 473, 22 December 1860