Thb barque Sokrates hauled in to the Screw-pile jetty this morning. The schooner Lady Don arrived in harbour this morning, from Kaiapoi. The schooner Dove arrived in harbonr this morning, from Lavereaux Bay. I Thb p.s. Comerang, Captain Mailler, sailed for Dunedin, via intermediate ports, at 1 1.15 • a.m. On getting away from the wharf , her stern canted round, and smashed one of her longboats. ' .•'• '; . The barque John Knox, Captain Jenkins, arrived in harbour this' morning from Sydney via Nelson; left the latter port on Thursday last; experienced' strong S.E. winds during the passage; sighted Godley head light yesterday. The John Knox brings a cargo of general merchandise, and is consigned to Mr D.Davis. . Fob some weeks past Messrs Flett and Lontell and their workmen have been busily engaged in laying down the ways" for a . new slip for vessels to the eastward of Messrs Grubb and Allen's, and outside the tramway; The work, which is very strong, was finished yesterday, and the schooner Stream- : let was taken on to it to receive a thorough overhaul.

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Star, Star, Issue 239, 17 February 1869

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Star Star, Issue 239, 17 February 1869

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