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ARRIVED.

OCTOBER,

22, Neptune, ship, 298 tons, Scholfield, from Newcastle. . 22, Wanganui, s.s., 164 tons, Lmklater, from Wanganui. 22, Raugatira, s.s., 174 tons, Seymour, from Wanganui, Taranaki, and Manukau. 22, Airedale, s.s., 286 tons, Kennedy, from Pieton, Nelson, Taranaki, and Manukau. 22, Electra, ship, 668 tons, J. Mowlem, from London. 22, Margaret, schooner, 21 tons, Clifford, from Christchurch. 22, Ruby, schooner, 21 tons, J. Davidson, from Kaikoura. 22, Bittern, cutter, 40 tons, Stuchey, from Auckland. 22, Taranaki, s.s., 299 tons, H. B. Francis, from Lyttelton, Port Chalmers, and the Bluff. 22, Rangitoto, s.s., 449 tons Taverner, from Melbourne, via the South. 23, J. B. Russell, schooner, 56 tonß, D. Ritchie, from Cbristchurch.

SAILED. 21, Hose of Eden, schooner, 80 tons, W. Hays, for Lyttlefcon. 22, Indus, barque, 368 tons, C. Hodge, for Newcastle. 23, Bangatira, s.s., 174 tons, Seymour, for Wanganui. 23, Bee, schooner, 30 tons, E. Croucher, for Pieton. CLEARED AT CUSTOMS. 23, Bonnie Lass, schooner, 38 tons, Davidson, for Havolack, in ballast. 23, John Bunyan, barque, 520 tons, Allan, for Napier. 23, Ringleader, cutter, 26 tons, Abrams, for Napier and Poverty Bay, in ballast. PASSENGER LIST. — INWARDS.

Per Waaganui. Cabin — Messrs Axup, Sherwood, Shaldurs, Braithwaite, Wilson, Master Harrison, and Josephs. Steerage — Messrs Nesbit and NosttT.

Per Rangatira. Cabin— Messrs Hankinson (2) . Per Electra. Cabin— Mr, Mrs, the Misses, and Master Joseph and servant, Mrs Mills, Miss Chambers, Miss Morton, Messrs J. G. Miles, G. Roberts, A. Carlyon, F. Elmes, C. Chepwell, C. Paddon. Steerage— Mrs Stokes and 6on, Mrs Homer and family (5), Mr and MrsFrethey, Mrs Farrar, Mrs C. Moore, Messrs M. Scarth, W. H. Harton, G. Oakley, A. M'Bean, S. Griffiths, H. Johnson, E. Moore, C. O'Connell, F. Baldwin, and J. Morton.

Per Airedale. Cabin— Miss Sellers, Mr and Mrs Gossage, Mrs Litchfield, Miss Duffy, Messrs Xeon, Buigent, Bishop, Marks, Eyes, Skinner, and Churton. Steerage — Messrs Peoplis, Thomas, Brown, and Kennedy. Per Taranaki. Cabin— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Clark, Mr and Mrs G. Hart, two children and two servants ; Miss Gavin, Miss Fleming, Messrs Ross, Alexander, Ferguson, Davis, and Morton. Steerage— Mr and Mrs White, Messrs Hogan (2) ; five cabin and four steerage for the North. Per Ruby. Cabin — Mrs Jones, Messrs Clark, Kemp, and Foster. Per Rangitoto. Cabin — Miss Kane, Messrs Seligman, Ferguson. Babtiste, and Quick. Steerage—Mrs Anderson and two children, Mr and Mrs Vincent and two children, Messrs Dunnon, Taxar, Ambler, Goff, awd 85 for other ports.

OUTWARDS. Per Rangatira. Cabin — Mrs S nelson, Mrs McKenzie, Mr Skinner.

IMPOHTS

In tho Taranaki, S. Carroll, agent— 2 qr-tierces tobacco, Q. Crawford ; 60 sheets galvanised tin, 1 pkg, Turnbull & Co ; 1 boiler, Mills ; 1 truss, James ; 1 case coffee, A. Levy ; 1 case drugs, Allen ; 2 trunks, 1 pkg, Kershaw ; 7 trunks, Lyon j 1 trunk, 1 box, Giesen &, Co ; 2 cases, Pilcher ; 1 pel, Union Bank ; 2 cases, Harding ; 4 sacks jnalt, Bycroft ; 1 box, Aickin ; 1 box, Dransfleld ; 1 pel, Shin-win 5 11 casks cheese, Order. In the Bittern, Master, agent— 2s,ooo feet timber, Vennell. 'In the Rangatira, S. Carroll, agent — 2 pkgs, Levin & Co 5 5 tons soap, Young. In the Wangasui, Turnbull & Co, agents— l pel, Hughes ; 1 pel, Mrs Woodward ; 4 cases stores, 1 truss drapery, Joseph & Co 5 1 pel, Roy Mr Kirk ; 1 do, Goring ; 1 pkg, 2 boxes tea, Turnbull & Co.

In the Ruby, Bethuno k Hunter, agents— B tons lime stono, Bowater ; 100 sheep skins, Howe. In tho Airedale, H. B. Benson, agent— 6l hides, 17 calfskins, Hirst ; 1 pair wheels, Mills ,• 1 pkg oysters, Ladd. In the Neptune, S. Carroll, agent— l2o bags maize, Order ; 404 tons coal, N.Z.S.N. Co. In the J. B. Russell, Master, agent— l7o sacks flour, 60 bags do, Order ; 93 bags barley, 16 do •wheat, 100 sacks flour ; 253 bags oats, J. Dransfield ; 85 hides, 21 calfskins, Hirst ; 110 sacks potatoes, 30 do flour, 15 bags oats, 20 sacks flour, Ritchie.

■ In the Electra, Levin & Co, agents — 20 cases provisions, 15 do spirits, 20 do galvanised iron, 10 do confectionery, 7 cases, 8 bales, Krull & Co ; :80 boxes soap, 20 qr-casks ruin, 116 cases oilinens .atores, 10 rolls lead, 3 hhds holloware, 15 bales woolpaeks, 10 brls coffee, 8 cases 100 boxes canidles, 40 qr-casks, Rhodes &Co ; 1 case apparel, tf cases, 20 bales, 30 brls, 20 plcgs, 1 chest, 7 hhds fum, 13 qr-caska do, 12 do sherry, 8 do port, 3 trunks shoes, Johnston &Co ; 100 cases candles, 10 qr-casks brandy, 225 cases do, 1 case, Bannatyne &Co ; 12 cases coffee, 1 do chicory, 6 do pepper, 5 do arrowroot, 5 do mustard, 2 do lead, 1 do spice, 2 do blue, 1 do ginger, 3 do, 1 bale, Stuart & Co ; 100 cases candles, 3 do, Taylor ; 21 crates, 4 hhds, 20 cases, 30 qr-casks vinegar, 19 bales, Turnbull &Co ; 100 casks stout, 18 bales •woolpacks, 20 cases brandy, 11 pkgs machinery, 30 cases sauce, 12 trunks boots, 2 cases, 3 do eau de Cologne, Pearce; 610 pkgs and pieces, 24 eases, Superintendent; 1033 cases, 1 tin, 3 pieces anchors, 23 casks, Panama Company; 80 bdls iron, Frethy; 8 cases, 6 pockets, 70 casks, Weston ; 1 stallion, 8 rains, 6 ewes, Moore and Ourrie ; 50 qr-casks brandy, 23 bales, 4 cases candles, 1 crate, 111 caßes, Joseph &Co ; 2 bales, Kebbell j 1 pel, Kirk ; 1 case, Wyatt ; 4 casks, Buck & Kemble ; 2 pkgs, Carroll ; 2 cases, Feist ; 1 case. De Silva ; 4 do, Russell ; 1 do, Whitcombe; 2 do, Ward; 1 box, Noake ; 1 do, McLean ; 2 do, Marriott ; 20 do, Phillips & Hill ; 1 do, Petit Jean ; 17 casks, Bronaford ; 25 halt* lihda, 35 pkga, Venholl ; 16 do, Duncan ; 3 do, Denton ; 1 do, Herring ; 13 do, Bnrnetfc ; 6 pkgs, Brown ; 3 casks, Aston ; 3 crates, Fuirbrother ; 3 cases, Kitchen ; 1 do, Scott ; 4 do, Bearen ; 3 do, Noah ; 1 cask, Western ; 1 pel, Moore ; 1 case, J. Jordan ; 1 do, Gr. Jordan ; 4 do, Williamson ; 1 cask, F. Smith ; 3 cases, GKeson and Co ; 2 do. Lowes ; 1 case, B. Taylor ; 5 do, James ; 12 cases, Watt Bros ; 15 pkgs, Hayman ; 160 bags salb, 28 cases, 15 casks, Young ; 18 pkgs, 7 casks, Tod ; 7 cases, 1 cask, 13 pkgs, 5 bdls, Mills ; 5 pkga, Moore ; L case, Rhatigan ; 16 pkgs, 2 caso3, 11 pkgs, Barraud ; 9 cases, Colonial Secretary ; 20 qr-casks brandy, 204 , cases, 50 tons coal, 4 bales, 12 tanks, 2 pkgs, I Levin & Co ; 2 qr-easks, Riddiford ; 12 cases acid, Ido wine, 30 do bottles, Dixon ; 4 cases, Levy ; 6 bales, 5 casks, 1 ease, Moss ; 8 qr-caska port, 16 octaves sherry, 100 cases port wine, 6 pkgs, Bethune & Hunter ; 6 enses, 1 crate, 1 cask, 3 bdls, Gibson ; 10 cases, 1 bale, Whittem and Nicholson i 2 pipes wine, 3 qr-casks do, Hatilold ; 4 caees, 1 keg chain, 8 casks, 47 kegs nails, 1 bdl wheels, 10 drums oil, 2 hhds, 15 kegs white lead, 1 cask do, 1 do driers, 270 sash-weights, 15 grindstones, 30 iron pofca, 18 do pans, Brown &Dubhio; 8 cases, 5 boxes, Carter ; 20 pkgs, Lucas ; 50 half-chests, 2 parcels, Robertson ; 54 cases, 171 pkgs, 27 casks, 6 crates, 200 drums, Anderson ; 6 canes, 3 boles, 3 trunks, Lyon ; 6 cratos, 20 hhda, 20 drums, 4 octaves, 14 qr-cask9, 101 boxoß, 28 brls, 14 trunks, 1 keg, 2 firkins, 593 cases, Order ; and a quantity of cargo for Taylor & Watt, Wanganui.

In tho Rangitoto, H. B. Benson, agent— B9 pkgs sugar, Anderson j 46 pkgs sugar, 20 chests tea, Hickson ; 75 mats sugar, 50 cases gin, 20 boxes tea, Taylor &Co ; 1 cask ink, Blundell ; 3 euses, Moeller Brothers ; 6 qr-casks sherry, Sidey & Co ; 3 cases, Sands & McDougall ; 1 case, 1 bale, Stuart ; 10 bdls shovels, 200 mats sugar, Vennell ; 34 bags, 20 half-chests tea, Mitchell & Gaudy ; 30 cases kerosene, 6 do sundries, Mountain ; 1 case, Johnston & Co ; 1 pel, Farmery ; 1 do, Bnrrett ; 50 boxes candles, 10 cases raisins, Port ; 1 box, Holmes ; 60 bag 3 potatoes, Kreeft ; 2 casks, Hamilton.

EXPORTS. In the Rnngatira, S. Carroll, agent— lo cases old tom, Sidey & Co; 1 case, Pearce ; 100 bags salt, 1 case, 1 cask, Turnbull ; 1 case, Carroll ; 50 baga oats, 9 firkins mackerel, Dransfield ; a quantity of bridge material, Provincial Secretary ; and cargo ex Taranaki. EXPECTED AREIVALB. Rakaia, s.s., from Panama, this day Omeo, b.s., from Melbourne, via the South, 25th Lord Ashley, b.s., from the South, 28th Waipara, s.s., from Wanganui, Rangitikei, and Manawatu, 28th

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Taranaki, s.s., for the North, this day Airedale, s.s., for the South, this day Wanganui, s.s., for Wanganui, this day Rangitoto, s.s., for Melbourne, via Nelson and Hokitika, this day Rakaia, s.s., for Sydney, shortly after arrival Omeo, s.s., for Melbourne, via Nelson and Hokitika, 26th Waipara, s.s.,' for Manawatu, Rangitikei, and Wanganui, 29th Lord Ashley, s.s., for Napier and Auckland, 29th

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ARRIVED., Wellington Independent, Volume XXII, Issue 2588, 24 October 1867

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