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LYTTELTON.

ARRIVED. Oct. 30— Blue Jacket, ship, 1556 ton 3, White, from London. Passengers, cabin .* Mr and "v'rs Watts and family (5), Miss Hooper, Mrs Pownal and family (2), Mr Collins. "-ecoud cabin .* Messrs Arnold, Malcolm, Boyle, *• ackrell, Kibbin, Dench, Philp, Dent, Mills, Cole, Vr and -irs Christie and family (4), Misses Martin, Selfe, . Chadeyson and White. Oct. 30— Beautiful Star, s.s., Chrisp, from Wellington. Passengers : Mr Mclntyre ; 3 in steerage. Oct. 30— \ . 11. Badger, barque, Brown, from Timaru. Oct 31— Rangitoto, s.s, 449 tons, Bax, from Wellington. Passengers —saloon : His Honor the Superintendent of Canterbury, W. Rolleston, Esq. ; Mrs Roileston, two children anl sarv-wfc ; steerage — Messrs Mitton, Smith, Lanagren, Colley, Walker, and H. Smith Oct. 31 — Blackwall, barge, Munro, from Little Akaloa, with firewood. Oct. 31 — Gothenburg, s.s., 459 tons, Underwood, from Dunedin. CLEARED. Oct. 31— Black Hawk, schooner, Swanson, for Auckland. Oct. 31 — Rangitoto, s.s., 449 tons, Bax, for Dunedin. Oct. 31 — Gothenburg, s.s., 459 tons, Underwood, for Wellington. Oct. 31— Beautiful Star, s.s., Chrisp, for Dunedin. SAILED. OcL 31 — Rangitoto, for Dunedin. IMPORTB. In the Blue Jacket, Miles and Co., agents -. 1D,025 boards, Order,* 1 bale, 5 casks, 6 cases, Order ; 3 cases, Boggis ; 4 bales, 3 cases, R. Black; 1 case, Mcintosh; 1 case, T. P. Davison; 1 bri, Speer; 20 chests, Walton, Warner, and Co.; 10 cases, Order; 1 case, Bealey; 2 case 3, Hishop of Christchurch ; S bales, 5 cases, R. and G. Rhode*; 5 cases, 300 tons coals, 525 sacks salt, Miles and Co ; 6 trunks, 2 cases, 500 cases, Dalgety and Co ; I case, Gundry; 2 cases, G. Gould; 6 cases, J. Lewis; 9 bales, Walton, Warner and Co.; 56 cases, 35 coils, 3 bdls, V'orrison, Sclandcrs and Co.; 25 cases, Jacobs and Isaacs; 1 case, Wilson and Richardson ; 3 $-casks, 1 case, • Order; 107 cases, G bales, Strange and'o; 16 i-casks, 100 keg 3, 41 casks) 129 bdls, 35 cases, 5 J-tierces, 20 crates, 14 bdls,---200 bags salt, 10 pkgs, 50 drums, 22 brls, 6* sheets, Order ; 10 pkgs, Fisher, Booth & Co ; 20 pkgs, G. Booth ; 1 case, H. Bennett; 6 cases, 1 barrel, 2 firkins, 1 tin cap, Elmsley; 150 esses, Dalgety & Co ; 14 casks, J. W. Anderson ; 32 crates, Order ; 6 rams, Hill ; 20 pkgs, Cook & Ross ; 3 cases, Order ; 8 bales paper, Ward & Reeves ; 9 crates. Order ; 3 pkgs, Selfc ; I box, Cox ; 35 casks, 40 kegs, 50 boxes, 10 bags, 23 cases, Order ; 2 cases, Beath & Co ; 3 cases, W. Pratt ; 80 bdls iron, 2 bags rivets, Watt Biros.; 27 casks, 2 hhds, 21 crates, J. Anderson ; 6 cases, Order ; 10 qr casks, 100 cases, Order ; 30 kegs, 14 casks, 1 bale, 122 cases, II drums, 1 parcel samples, Twentyman & Cousins ; 59 cases, 6 qr casks, 12 bales, 20 1 cask, 45 boxes, I hhd, 6 cfrmns, 1 pkge samples, J. White & Co ; 6 coils rope, 28 cases, 2 } s tierces, 200 bags salt, 3 bales, 13 qr casks, 80 casks, 12 bdls, 10 kegs, 30 boxes, 200 bdls, Birch and Co ; 20 brls, 2 pkts, 56 cases, 75 casks, 4 bales, 10 drums, 10 kegs, 5 brls, 5 pkgs, 3 half-tierces, G. Gould ; 20 kegs, 5 qr-casks, 50 grindstones, 34 cases, 54 casks, 64 bdls, 250 boxes, 1 crate, 1 pkg samples, J. S. White ; 71 kegs, 22 casks, 7 cases, 8 bdls, _fc pkg, 344 bars, 65 bdls, > 'orrow, Bassett, and Co.; 1102 bars, 170 bdls, 12 plates, 74 pkgs, E Recce. In the Rangitoto, Miles and Co, agents : t case, H. Moss, 67 pkgs sugar, 30 haif chests tea, 45 boxes, 1 pkg paper, Morrison and 0; 12 coils rope, 2 tarred ditto, I pkg, do Robinson; 4 bales paper, Ward and Reeves; 10 bags, Nathan; 10 cases, Symington; 3 cases, W.Pratt; 10 kegs soap, Matheson's agency; 1 case, 1 cask, Wallace 5 cases, 1 cask, Cook and Ross; 18 bdls rope, John Trist; 1 pkg, 7 coils rope, B. Hull; 2 casks whiskey; 1 1 pkg, Hawkins; 1 pkg, Easter; 1 do, D. L. Miuidy; 1 do, Martin; 1 case, Black, I case, Moss; 1 parcel, Hobbs. From Nelson : I Bale cloth, Matheson's, ex Auckland, from Sydney: 3 pkgs, "•*< agastaffe ; 5 trunks boots, Sampson; 2 cases plants, Abbott; 1 case, Hyman; 1 truss, Strange; 1 do, order; 1 hatbox, Hendley. From W ellington: 5 trusses, Wood Bros; 1 case Telegraph Department. In the Gothenburg, Dalgety and Co., agents : 561 bags salt, Order ; 13 churns, 1 case, 4 ovens, 1 canvas bdl, Morrow, Bassett, and Co*, 9 kegs nails, 1 bdl rope, 1 weighing machine, 2 cases, Hawkes and -trouts; 7 grindstones, 2 bdls spades, T. Williams; 8 pkgs, E. George ; 1 case, W. Hamiton; 3 cases, Hobbs ; 6 cases, Wilson and Co ; 6 clients tea, Knapman; 10 casks currants, 5 chests tea, 32 pkgs sugar, Watt and Co. ; 2 cases, Stevens; 9 cases, Hughes*; 1 box, 2 cask 3, Ward and Reeves ; 1 prcl, Miles ; 1 • prcl, Bank Australia; 1 do, Williams ; 1 truss, Pratt; 1 case, Symington; 1 halftierc*?, tobacco, 1 bo y, Order. From Dunedin: 2 trunks, W. Walker ; 1 half-chest tea, Order. EXPORTB. In the Black Hawkj Master, agent .* 570 sacks flour, 30 do potatoes, Brownell and Co. In the Beautiful Star, Heywood and Co., agents : 1 prcl, Press; 200 bags bran, Cox and Ruber; 20,000 feet timber, Dalgety and Co. *

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LYTTELTON., Star, Issue 147, 31 October 1868

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