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Shipping News.

ARRIVALS July I— Omeo, M'Lachlan, from Lytteltpn, with 20 kegs butter, 14 cheeses, 1 bag grass seeds. Passengers — Mrs. M'Ewen, Messrs. Low, Sullivan, Watson, Hamlet, Wedge, Steir, Everett, Smith, and Welford. Dalgety, Ilattray, and Co,, agents. ' Same Day — Victory, s.s. Toogood, from Lyttelton with 5 barrels tapioca, 5 cases arrowroot, 3 bags pimento, 1 case glass, 6 casks cement, 14 cases fruits, 63 camp ovens and covers, 3 chests candles, 9 bdls. shovels. 5 pockets hops, 50 kegs butter, 2 pkgs. drapery, 1 horse, and sundry pkgs. merchandize. Passengers— Cabin : Messrs. Duppa, and Wood. 2nd Cabin: Mr. and Mrs. Giles and family (6), Messrs." Brown, M'Gregor, and Meyers. Young and M'Glashan, agents. July 2— Oberon M'William, from Taieri, with 16 bags grass seed, 178 bags oats, 252 bags wheat, and 14 bags potatoes. F. Greer and Co., agents. Same Day— Spec, Heywood, from Clutha, with 60 bags potatoes, 37 bags wheat, 12 bags oats, 10 pkgs. luggage. T. W. Bamford, agent. July 3— Don Pedro 11., Evans, from Hobart-town, with 40 horses, 8 sets harness, 1 gig, 1 cart, 1 piano, 45,000 shingles, 35,000 palings, 5000 ft. timber, 3 tons onions, 2 tons carrots, 60 bags potatoes, 2 boxes jam. Passenger— G. Clarke. Cargill and Co., agents. t. July 4— Geelong, Boyd. from Oamaru, with 105 bags lime, 6 bdls. sheepskins, 70 bags wheat, 20 tins natls. Cargill and Co., agents. Same Day— Lalla Rookh, 147 tons, Greig from Auckland, with 60,000 ft. timber, ft. B. Martin and Co., agents. CLEARED OCT. , July I— Ann Jane, Stevens, from Waikouaiti with stores. John Jones and Co., agents. July 2— Omeo, M'Lachlan, for Melbourne -with 30 drums naptha, and 1 case stationery. Passengers —Cabin: Mrs. Isles und ctiild, Messrs. Beattie, M'Allum, and Knapp, Steerage : It. Forrest J. Kennedy and Jas. Campbell. Dalgety, Rattray, and Co. ? agents. Sume Day— Geelong, Boyd, for Oamaru, with stores. Cargill and Co., agents. Same Day— Wild Wave, Tonge, for Stewart's Island, with stores. Passengers— Messrs. Bullock, and Lemon. T. W. Bamford, agent. July 3— Oberon, M'William, for Invercargill, with general cargo. F. Greer and Co., agents. Same Day — Victory s.s. Toogood, for Melbourne, with 4 qr.-caslis brandy, 27 bales wool, 1 box stationery 1 pkg. drapery, Passengers— Cabin : Rev. J. A. Slaman,Mesßrs. Ewan, Lawrence, Wood, and Duppa. Yonng and M'Glashan, agents. July 4— Prince Alfred, Bowden for Lyttelton.with original cargo from Melbourne, for Northern Ports, and shipped at Otago 7 pkgs. drapery 1 case furniture, and 7 pkgs. merchandise. Passengers — Messrs. Lawrence, and Cain. Young and M'Glashan, agents.

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Shipping News. Otago Witness, Issue 501, 6 July 1861

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