Otago Witness May 2 1874 pg 16
Port Chalmers Arrivals
April 25 - William Davie, ship, Rankin, from London, January 14th, via Bluff, April 23rd. Passengers: 4 steerage.
April 27 - Asia, ship, 1445 tons, McMillan, from London, via Cork. A.C. Begg, agent. Passengers: Saloon: Mr Hare; and 389½ statute adult immigrants, nominated, free.
I hear that a ship lately arrived stopped at Queenstown on its passage out, and then and there picked up thirty- five girls out of the Reformatory. Their conduct on board was described as rowdy.
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Did 33 of the female immigrants by the Asia hail from the Reformatory at Queenstown, or did they not? Officers and and passengers declare that the ship did lie off Queenstown Harbour, and that then and there 33 girls were shipped from the Reformatory. The conduct of the Asia's immigrants since landed has been simply disgraceful. From the drunken swarms of ruffians round the hotel opposite the Barracks to the other end of the city, the place has been full of the worst-looking lot of new chums that have been landed here for the last ten years.
April 25 - Samson, p.s., 125 tons, Edie, from Oamaru, James Mills, agents.
Passengers: Barkley Mr Gregor Mr Morgan Mr Roe Mr Sanders Mr and 11 steerage
April 26 - Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Hart, from Oamaru. James Mills, agents. Passengers:
Allan Mr Edgar Mr Malcolm Capt. Soloman Mr and 5 steerage.
April 27 - Paterson, p.s., Mundle, from Timaru and Northern ports. W. and G. Turnbull and Co., agents.
Passengers - Saloon: Black Mr Bruce Capt. Fitzherbert Mr Henderson Mrs Henderson Masters (2) Gillon Mrs Gillon Miss and 1 steerage
April 27 - Comerang, p.s. 152 tons, Hughes from Lyttelton and intermediate ports. W. and G. Turnbull and Co., agents.
Passengers - Saloon: Knox Mr Lees Mr Olson Mr Thomson Mr Weir Mr
April 28 - Tararua, s.s., Clark, from Melbourne, via the West Coast and Wellington. Dalgety, Nichols and Co. agents.
Passengers: Apes Mr Bennett Mr Captain Mr Cullen Mr Haines Mrs Hamilton Mr Hughes Mrs Jackson Mr Johnston Rev. Mr Kaka Mr Marks Mrs Macnamara Miss Orbin Mr Polki Miss Polki Mr and Mrs Rankin Mr and 13 in the steerage.
Phoebe, s.s., 416 tons, Worsp, from Lyttelton and the North. W.F. Wheeler, agent.
Passengers: Bell Master Cook Master De Beer Mr Grierson Mr Haines Mr Hardy Master Levy Miss Macandrew Mrs and Miss McEwen Mrs Montague Mr Petherbridge Captain Reynolds Honourable W.H. Strode Master Walker Misses (2) Williamson Mr and 5 in the steerage
April 29 - Wanganui, s.s., Fraser, from the Bluff, H. Houghton and Co., agents.
Passengers: Brown Mr Curry Mrs and Misses (3) Curry Master (2) Fergusson Mr Irvine Mr McCullen Mr Neilson Mr Neuter Mr and Mrs Smith Mr Smith Miss Stevens Rev. J. Thomson Mr (2) Watt Mr 4 steerage
April 29 - Samson, p.s., 125 tons, Edie, from Oamaru, James Mills, agents.
Passengers: Brown Miss Grant Mrs Gursiell Mrs Kerr Mr Page Mr and 9 steerage
April 30 - Wallabi - s.s., 101 tons, Leys, from the Bluff. Houghton and Co. agents.
Passengers: Brook Mr Heller Mr Lambert Mr Lewson Miss Matchton Mr Merson Mr Oliver Mr Smyth Mr Wilson Mr and six in the steerage
April 26 - Warwick, ship, 1005 tons, Skinner, for London, Russell, Ritchie, and Co., agents. Passengers:
Hogg Mrs and 3 children Lawrie Mr Miller Mrs Ross Mrs and 3 children and servant Skinner Mrs and 3 children Tilford Mr and 16 second cabin.
April 24 - Tokatea, barque, 805 tons, McKinnon, for Sydney.
Neill and Co., agents. Passengers 9 second
class, and 29 original Chinese.
April 25 - Lady Bird, s.s., 286 tons, Andrew for Lyttelton and northern ports, W.F. Wheeler, agent.
Passengers: For Lyttelton - Denham Mr and Mrs Dunlop Mr and Mrs Howden Mr and Mrs and servant Galloway Mrs Matthews Miss Matthews Mr Osborne Mr and 2 steerage
For Wellington Kenny Mrs and 2 children and 3 steerage For Nelson: Lusk Mr and 1 steerage For Manukau Edgar Mr and 19 Chinese for Hokitika
April 28 Emulous, brigantine, 127 tons, Mathieson, for Oamaru.
Neill and Co., agents.
April 29 - Tararua, s.s., Clark, for Melbourne, via Bluff.
Passengers for Melbourne: Beavor Mr De Beer Mr Gellibrand Mr Gordon Mr Logan Mr Lowe Mr McNaughton Dr May Miss Stonehan Miss and 26 steerage For Bluff - Ambridge Miss Beatie Mr and Mrs Deek Mrs and 2 children and servant Howden Mr Mays Mrs Moffatt Mr and Mrs and child Price Mr Sykes Mr Tenage Mr and 4 steerage
April 30 Omeo, s.s., Calder, for Lyttelton and Wellington.
Passengers for Lyttelton Binney Mr Cade Miss Hornbrook Major Morey Mrs Petherbridge Captain Rankin Mr Shepparde Miss Hattie and one in steerage
Lyttelton, April 27th
The ship Mallard has arrived, 126 days out from London; also the Rakaia, 86 days from Plymouth - with 504 immigrants, ten saloon and three second-class passengers. The deaths of six children are reported. Both vessels are chartered by the New Zealand Shipping Company.
Arrival: Bluff, April 27th
The s.s Omeo, 605 tons, Captain Calder, left Melbourne at 3 p.m. on the 21st, and arrived at the Bluff at 8 this morning. She brings 452 tons cargo, 35 horses, 26 saloon and 27 steerage passengers for all ports. Her cargo, 233 tons and 35 horses are for Dunedin, for which port the Omeo sails to-night.
Passengers list:- Anderson Mr Blythe Mr Dalgety Mr Donaldson Mr Eskdale Mr Fane Mr Paterson Mr Price Miss Gertrude Richards Mr Rowe Mrs and family Roxby Mr And 15 in steerage
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Port Chalmers Arrivals
May 1 - Maori, s.s., Malcolm, from Lyttelton, and intermediate ports. J. Mills, agent.
Passengers: Cowan Captain Dale Mr Davison Mr Robertson Mr and Mrs and daughter Woodworth Mr and five steerage
May 2 - Wellington, s.s. 263 tons, Carey, from Lyttelton and Northern Ports.
Passengers: Andrews Mr Clark Mrs Crowhurst Mr Cullam Mr Dickson Mr Gould Mr Silk Mrs Stephenson Mr 3 steerage
May 2 - Samson, p.s., 125 tons, Edie, from Oamaru.
Passengers: Blakely Mr Duncan Mr Goody Mr Gordon Mr Soyell Mr Williams Mr Wood Mr and 7 steerage
May 7 - City of Tanjore, 799 tons, Smith, from Glasgow, Jan,
24. Russell, Ritchie and Co., agents.
May 6 - Beautiful Star, s.s., Hart, from Lyttelton and intermediate ports.
May 2 - Carnatic, ship, 871 tons, Moon, for London. A.C. Begg, agent.
Passengers: Cassells Mr and Mrs Gibb Dr Stephenson Mrs G. Johnston Mr and 3 steerage
May 2 - Phoebe, s.s. 148 tons, Worsp, for Lyttelton and the North.
Passengers McBride Mr Rodgers Miss and 1 steerage For Wellington McLean Mr and 1 steerage For Nelson Fish Mrs For Manukau Beard Miss Brown Mr Fogel Mr Harker Mr and 2 Chinese for Hokitika May 2 - Wellington, s.s. 263 tons, Carey, for Lyttelton and the North.
Passengers: For Lyttelton Mackay Mr and 1 steerage For Wellington Cleland Mr Davison Dr Reid Mr Sigley Miss Woodward Mr For Westport Coate Mr Cullen Mr McCleod Mr and 7 steerage For Nelson Billsland Mr For Manukau Ord Mr
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Wellington, April 30th.
A ship, signaled coming up the harbour is either the Golden Sea or Wemmington, with immigrants.
Eleven of the crew of the Golden Sea breached the cargo while the vessel was lying in quarantine and became intoxicated and mutinous. The captain fired his revolver at one of them, but did not wound him. The Lona took over a detachment of armed Constabulary, and the mutineers were taken into custody and brought before the Police Court and remained till tomorrow morning.
A fresh case of scarlatina has broken out amongst the Golden Sea's immigrants. The case has been isolated.
Auckland April 30th
Sixty of the Dorette's immigrants proceeded to Poverty Bay by the Pretty Jane this evening under engagement. As many more are required, but cannot be got.
Otago Witness, 16 May 1874, Page 16
PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVALS
May 8-Jane, cutter, 25 tons, Divers, from Shag Point.
Cyphrenes, R.M. s.s., 1279 tons, Wood, from Kandavu via Auckland and coast ports. Passengers-Saloon : Messrs C. Spencer, Carruthers, Arkell, Higginson, Nelson, McKenzie, Jackson, Gloag, Williams, Hackworth ; and five steerage.
Taranaki, s.s., 291 tons, Wheeler, from Lyttelton and the North. W. F. Wheeler, agent. Passengers Saloon: Mr and Mrs Cranford and child, Mr and Mrs Mitchell Mrs Spence, Miss Power, Messrs Mitford, Hunter Dignan, Barnes, Palmer, Amyes Hutchinson, Thompson, Coll, Whitmore, Spence, and Money.
Lloyd's Herald, ketch, 41 tons, Arnott, from Catlin's River. Passed up.
Wallabi, s.s., 101 tons, Leys, from the Bluff. Passengers - Mrs Ash, Miss Menzie, Miss Walley, Miss Grace, Mr and Mrs Manning and child, Messrs Pell, Stone, Scott, Roskruge, Grace, Spence, Craig, Reid, Klaher, Gollett, Walker, George, Mengage ; and 12 steerage.
May 9— Fanny, ketch, Andrews, from the Molyneux. Master, agent.
Maori s.s.,118 tons, Malcolm, from Lyttelton and intermediate ports. Passengers : Miss Cannon, Dr Simpson, Mr Kilgour, and 3 in the steerage.
Omeo, s.s., 605 tons. Calder, from Lyttelton via Kakanui. Passengers : 5 in the steerage. Samson, p.s., 125,tons, Edie, from Oamaru. Jas. Passengers : Mrs D. McKenzie, Miss Auld, Miss Orr, Master Turnbull, Mr and Mrs Gibson and 2 children, Messrs Hurst, Williams, Kitland, Latham, Hurin, Farm, Jackson, Dickson, and 4 in the steerage.
May 10-Albion, s.s., 591 tons, Underwood, from Melbourne, via Bluff. Passengers : Mesdames Wood and child, Keay, Rev. Mr Haidie, Messrs Harper, Hart, Burke, Hill, Atkinson, and 20 in the steerage. From Bluff Mr howden.
Paterson, ps, 260 tons, Mundle, from Timaru. Passengers : Messrs Barrett, Bomett, Dome, Edwards, Masters Henderson.
Wanganui, s.s., 175 tons, Fraser, from the Bluff. Passengers : Mr and Mrs Conyers and 3 children, Mrs Townwend, Messrs Hyams (20,) Waddell, Ross, Benson, and 4 in the steerage.
Mary Ogilvie, schooner, 72 tons, Falconer, from Melbourne, the West Coast and Lyttelton. Passengers: Captain and Mrs Coleman, Mrs and Miss Muir, Messrs Hutton, Smyth, Geddes Todd, Lewis, and 15 in the steerage.
May 11 -Awarua, schooner, 48 tons, Shephard, from the Bluff.
Comerang, p.s., 152 tons. Passengers: Mr and Mrs Adcock, Messrs James, Kitchenman, Barbury.
Isabella, ketch, 52 tons,
Huon Belle, ketch, 42 tons, Saunders, from Catlin's River.
Cambria, schooner, 43 tons, Bern, from Catlin's River.
May 12 - Kate Brain, schooner, 118 tons, Mason, from the Bluff. Master, agent.
Jane Anderson, schooner, OH tons, Paterson, from Havelock. Keith Ramsay, agent.
May 13-Beautiful Star, .s.s., 146 tons. Hart, from Lyttelton and intermediate ports.
Lady Bird, s s., 286 tons, Andrews, from Lyttelton and Northern Ports. Passengers - H.J. C. Andrews, Miss Ida Bonifon, Messers Chapman, Thompson, Connie, Stewart, Russell, Hayman, Lambert, and 21 steerage.
Jane, cutter, 25 tons, Divers, from Shag Point.
Pioneer, 25 tons, Matheson, from Shag Point.
Anne, ketch, 29 tons, Haswell, from Kakanui.
May 14 -Wallabi, s.s., Leys, from the Bluff. Passengers: Mrs Mudie, Miss Wakefield, Messrs Shipton, Lynch, Matson, Beverly, Captain Hall, and 3 steerage.
Trial, ketch, 25 tons, Foreman. Master, agent.
March 8-Samson, p.s., 125 tons, Edie, for Oamaru.
Cyphrenes, R.M.S., 1270 tons, Wood, for Kandavu via coast ports.
Passengers - Saloon : For Wellington Belmont Mr Edwards Rev. Archdeacon Nevill Right Rev. Bishop and Mrs Nevill Williamson Mr For Auckland Clarkson Mr and Mrs Fergusson Mrs and 3 children Taylor Miss Willoughby Mrs and 2 children For San Francisco- Clayton Mr S. second cabin- Messrs Ritchie Mr J. Ross Mr Rianson Mr For Liverpool Stewart Mr For Napier-four steerage.
Bencleuch, schooner, 65 tons, Francis, for Oamaru.
Mau 9 - Jungfrau, barque, 584 tons, Scotland.
May 9 - Trail, ketch, 25 tons, Foreman, for Waikouaiti. Master, agent.
Defiance, ketch, 22 tons, Burke, for Moeraki.
Dunedin, schooner, 60 tons, Stewart, for Wellington.
May 11 - Hope, cutter, 21 tons, Gay, for the Coast.
Warrior Queen, ship 989 tons, Wilson, for San Francisco.
Wallabi, s.s., 101 tons, Leys, for the Bluff.
Sea Gull, brigantine, 122 tons, Best, for the Bluff.
Jane, cutter, 25 tons, Divers, for Shag Point.
Pioneer, schooner, 23 tons, Matheson, for Shag Point.
Omeo, s.s., 605 tons, Calder, for Melbourne, Passengers: For Bluff -Messrs Jackson, Gloag, Beetham, Turton, McKeord. For Melbourne— Mrs Campbell and 4 children, Mr Townsend, and 13 steerage.
Albion s s , 591 tons, Underwood, for Melbourne, via Lyttelton and Coast Ports. Passengers: For Lyttelton- -Messrs Hart, Foster Nicolls, Dank, and 1 steerage. For Wellington Messrs Gillies, Calcutt, and 1 steerage, for Melbourne—Mr Webb, one steerage.
Alhambra s.s., 487 tons, Sinclair, for Melbourne, via Bluff. Passengers: For Melbourne-Mr and Mrs Lillon, Mesdames Wilson and 2 children, Webb, Ziele, Albertie, Messrs Welsh, Anderson, Nelson, Bell, Blair, Coombe, OBrien and 4 steerage. For Bluff - Mrs Brunton, Miss Cook, Mr Petrie, and 1 steerage.
May 12 - Taranaki, s.s., Wheeler, for Lyttelton and the North. Passengers for Lyttelton -Mrs Bird,. Messrs Pryde, Dodson, and one steerage. For Wellington-Mrs Jones, Mr Rendle and one steerage. For Manukau - Messrs Meyers and Somerville. For Nelson one steerage.
Paterson, p.s. Passengers: Mr and Mrs Henderson, Miss Carrington, Masters Henderson.
May 23 1874
May 19 -
Margaret Galbraith, ship, 841 tons, Peebles, for London.
Passengers - 2nd cabin. Callender Mr Jenkins Mr Lyon Mr McLeod Mr McIndoe Mr McMorron Mr Robertson Mrs and child Wallace Mr and two sons
The good ship Margaret Galbraith left for London on Monday. She is the thirteen wool ship of the season, and took a full cargo including fern roots, 2000 bales wool, 4669 bags wheat, 101 casks tallow, 276 bags flour, 1345 cases preserved meats, 14 bales skins.
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PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVALS
May 22— Otago s.s., 642 tons, McLean, from Melbourne, via Bluff. Passengers -Saloon: Mesdames Oare, Foggerty, Trewern, Misses McEwen, Solaman, Messrs Jinck, Barton, Wilton, Jones, Lowe, Brown, McKenzie, Leggett, Doun, and 48 in the steerage..
Claud Hamilton, s.s., 570 tons, Bawden, from Melbourne, via Coast Ports. Passengers - Saloon : From Melbourne— Mr and Mrs Brough. Coastwise— Mr and Mrs Hams, Misses Morrow, Mr and Mrs Ballantine, Dr Harris, Messrs Nichols, Morrison, Rentle, Wood, and 12 in the steerage.
Wallabi, s.s. 101 tons, Leys, from the Bluff. Passengers : Mr and Mrs Chisholm and 2 children, Mr and Mrs Wilson, Messrs D. and T. Thompson, Webb, Cheeseborough, Waddle, Constable Ede and prisoner, Morrison, and four in the steerage.
May 24 - 'James Nicol Fleming', ship, 902 tons, Peacock, from London, February 18th.
Passengers— Saloon : Rev. Mr Nicoll, Fulton Messrs W. and G. Waites Mr and 302 statute adults, immigrants.
May 27 - Southern Cross, barque, 324 tons, from Hobart Town,
May 9th. Passengers: Saloon— Mr and Mrs Barwin and two children, Mrs Jowler and
two children, Mrs Watkins, Miss Murphy, Messrs Johnston, Button, Hatch ; and 6
May 23- Claud Hamilton, s.s., Bawden, for Melbourne, via Bluff. Passengers— Saloon : Governor Du Cane and suite, Mr and Mrs McFee, Mr Byrne, and 22 steerage. For Bluff Mr Smith and 2 steerage.
May 24 - Otago, s s., 640 tons, John M'Lean, for Melbourne, via Coast Ports. Passengers -Saloon : For Lyttelton— Messrs Robertson, Fielding, Ostler. For Wellington -Hon. Mr Holmes, Messrs Tolmie, Murray. For Melbourne— Mesdames Farr, Forlong, Messrs Swanston, Handyside, and 4 steerage.
Port Chalmers - the
artist was a chemist in Wellington.
Charles Decimus Barraud (1822-1897) at age 27 arrived at Wellington on 20 August 1849 in the "Pilgrim" with his wife. He was a noted watercolourist and was a founder of the NZ Academy of Fine Arts. Barraud's work reached a wide audience with the reproduction in 1877 of thirty paintings in his book 'New Zealand: Graphic and Descriptive.' Barraud died in Wellington on 26 December 1897 and was buried in the Bolton Street cemetery, after a service in Old St Paul's Church in Mulgrave Street, Wellington. He painted the illuminated texts which adorn the nave.