The Southern Cross Friday 12 October July 1860 pg2
Oct. 11 - Caduceus, ship, 1106 tons, John Cass from London. Our whilome visitor the Caduceus, Capt. Cass, long expected, was signalled at last, yesterday morning. She left Gravesend on the 23rd June - the Start on the 28th. The line was crossed on the 25th July, but on account of the Trades proving very southerly, she was driven towards the South American coast, which she sighted at Cape St. Roque. The highest latitude reached whilst running down her Easting was 48° 80°S. On the 6th Sept., in lat. 43° 30°S, long. 49°, an iceberg, and some drift ice, was fallen in with. Capt. Cass brings a clean bill of health, and neither births nor deaths to report. The number of passengers - all told- which she brings is 130½.
Cabin Passengers Burningham Sharies Canullus Mrs Carter Silas Carter Patience Carter William Carter Patience Clark Edward Dean Frederick C Dean Mary Ann Fenton Alicia Fishbourne Ann Fysh James H Harty Eliza Hobbs Henry Jones Henry Laishley Richard Laishley Ann Laishley Richard Laishley Charles Laishley Charlotte Laishley George Lister Robert Marchant Francis Marchant Charles E Mauley George K Mauley Eliza Mauley Benjamin Mears Thomas L O'Neill James O'Neill Catherine O'Neill Mary O'Neill Jane M O'Neill Louis O'Neill Kate O'Neill James P O'Neill Isabella O'Neill Margery O'Neill William O'Neill Heremon F Page John Pastorelli Augustus Pastorelli Florence Penny James B Pugh Maurice Redde Geo. Ridings William Ridings Rosina L Ridings Richard Terry Edward Terry Mary Thornton Daniel Warrington Martha Way Herbert Steerage Aitken William Allen Joseph Andrews Henry Andrews Ann Bailey George Batley Frederick Beck Richard Beck Julia Bird John Bowers Elizabeth Bowman David Bryce Archibald Bryce Elizabeth Calvert John E Cammans John Dale William H Dixon John Galert Basil Gardiner John Gardiner Margaret Gardiner John Good Edward Mr Good Caroline Mrs Good Wallis Good Edward Good Walter Good Adolphus Good Caroline Good Ambrose Good Eugene Good Edgar Good Robert Mr Good Jemima Mrs Good Jane Good Elizabeth Good Alice Good Ada Good Frederick Granger Rich. Hamerton John Hamerton Amy b. Yarwell, Northamptonshire, England Herbert Alfred Herbert Margaret Herbert Christopher Herbert James Hodge William Hodge Elizabeth Holder James Holder Charles Holder Thomas Humphreys Wm Inglis Ellen Jones Jessie Jones Isabella Kennedy Colin Laurie William Lytle Hugh Mairo Samuel W Mason Elizabeth McCallum Malcolm McDonald Donald McKellar Angus Mr McKellar Margaret Mrs McKellar Mary McKellar Angus McKellar John McKellar Neil McKenzie Rebecca McNamara Alex Monks Samuel Muirhead John Muirhead Ann Niman Henry F Percy George Percy Jane Rardy Michael Reay Wm Reay Elizabeth Reay Betsey A Reay Charles Reay Elizabeth Rerehau Samuel Roper Frank Roper Leonard Toetoe Wm Turk Charles Mr Turk Lydia Mrs Turk William Turk Henry Turk Eliza Turk Ellen Turner Caroline Waylen Benjamin Willway Wm. Henry Willway Matilda Willway Eliza Willway Annie Willway Clara Willway Kate Willway Ellen Wyttie James
Transcribed by Joan N. June 2006. Although the paper states there are 130 passengers by my count there are 154 names. AKL Libraries site count - 154.
The image below is off the wonderful NZ National Libraries website.
The alphabetical passenger listing can be found on the comprehensive Auckland Cities library site. Auckland inward passenger arrivals 1840-1885 from newspaper.
Made five voyages to Auckland, New Zealand.
1859 - Capt Cass 95 days
1860 - Cass - 112 day - above
1865 - Holton - 71 days. March 27 NZ Herald passenger list. Left London for Auckland on the 30th Nov. 1864 taking final departure from the Start, Dec 13th.
1870 - Capt. D.T. Roberts - 97 days
1871 - Capt. D. T. Roberts - 106 days. The diary by Catherine Parnell is at the Alexander Turnbull library.
From the Lloyd's Register:
Master: a) Captain Holton; b) Captain D. Roberts
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1864.
Tonnage: 1,116 tons
Dimensions: 186.2 feet long, 34 foot beam and holds 21.5 feet deep
Construction: 1854, Fletcher Son & Fearnall, London in London
Owners: a) Fletcher; b) Shaw Savill Line in 1869 after several voyages on charter and sailed out of Liverpool for Australia.
Port of registry: London
Port of survey: London
Voyage: sailed for New Zealand
Possibly later re-rigged to a barque. Wooden hull.
1873 sold to H. Edwards, South Shields and used as a Spanish trader