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Shipping Intelligence.

ARRIVED. July 12, ship Mariner, 683 tons, Harland, from London via Otago. Passengers—Mr. Allport, Mr. Gibson, Mr. Brown, and Mr. M'Donell. Same day, schooner Harlequin, 72 tons, Davis, from Massacre Bay. Same day, schooner Queen, 45 tons, Storey, from Massacre Bay. Same day, schooner Mary Ann, 36 tons, Cemino from Manawatu. Same day, schooner Dolphin, 27 tons, Murphy, from Manawatu. Same day, schooner Carbon, 27 tons, Joyce, from Kafia. Same day, ketch Mary Ann, 15 tons, Hebberly, \ from Queen Charlotte's Sound. Passenger—Mr Hood. ° | July 13, schooner Eleanor, 20 tons, George, from Queen Charlotte's Sound. Same day, schooner Emma June, 12 tons, Brown from Porirua. Same day, schooner Twins, 60 tons, Bennett from Otago. ' SAILED. July 12, ship Ajax, 740 tons, Young, for Sydney. Passengers—Mr. M'Clymont, Mr. Popham, and one in the steerage. Same day, schooner Filcon, 50 tons, James, for the East Coast. IMPORTS. Manifest of the Mariner, 683 tons, Harland, from London via Otago—Bethune & Hunter, Agents 1 case, A. Ludlam —1 case, Order—2 casks, 1 case Rev. 1-1. Govett—2 cases, 1 case, Hervey & Co. 4 hhds. porter, 2 hhds. ale, 50 casks, Bethune and Hunter—l case, 9 bales, 86 bars iron, 58 bundles hoop and rod iron, 105 kegs, 4 bundles, 4 casks, 180 pots and ovens, 1 bundle, 8 bales, 6 cases' Morrison & Sclanders—l cask, 2 cases, 4 bundles] R. J. Duncan—so hhas. 25 barrels, 125 casks, J. Smith & C 0 .—20 bales, 2 casks, 1 bundle, 21 cases' 5 trunks, Samuel & Joseph—l box, Mantell 1 trunk, Hort—l box, Hon. H. Petre—l box, Seymour—l case, Tomkies—2 cases, Laing—l bundle Morse—l cask, Saxton—4 casks, 1 case, Newsham —1 bale, Moon—3 trunks, 5 bales, 5 cases, 2 trusses 19 hhds., 4 (ir. casks, 4 cases, 3 casks, 10 hhds., 30

cases, 1 cask, 7 qr casks, 1 case, 40 kegs, 2 cases, 2 cases, 41 packages, 2 cases, 1 box, 24 cases, ■Order—l qr. cask, Rev. R. Taylor. In the Carbon, from the West Coast—J. Varnham, Agent—4so bushels wheat. In the Queen, from Massacre Bay—Hervey, Johnston, & Co., Agents— s<i tons limestone. In the Harlequin, from Massacre Bay—Bethune and Hunter, Agents—7o tons limestone. In the Mary Ann, horn Manawatu—W. Ilickson & Co., Agents —3£ tons llax, 0,000 feet timber, 7 coils wool lashing, 10 bags bran, 41 coils wool lashing, 1 keg butter. In the Mary Ann, from Queen Charlotte's Sound —Master, Agent—so bushels -wheat, 00 bushels oysters. The New Zealand Company were advertising for tenders for another vessel, to sail in April— Otago News, June 9. Willis <& Co.'s packet ship was to sail for Wellington and Auckland about the 3rd of April.— lbid. The first ship to Enderby's whaling station at the Auckland Islands was despatched a few days before the sailing of the Mariner ; she has passengers on hoard for this place.— lbid. Otago Shipping. arrived. June 13, cutter Supply, from Nelson. " 14, schooner Perseverance, from Wellington. " 20, schooner Terror, from Wellington. sailed. June 23, cutter Supplg, for Wellington. The Perseverance and Scotia may be hourly expected.

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Shipping Intelligence., Wellington Independent, Volume V, Issue 392, 14 July 1849

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Shipping Intelligence. Wellington Independent, Volume V, Issue 392, 14 July 1849

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