Timaru Herald Friday 3 March 1876 page 2
From the European Mail of December 24:-
The Euterpe, 1197 tons, from Liverpool at London [sic] sailed for Canterbury, passed Deal Dec. 17. Passengers - Per Messrs Shaw, Saville and Co's Euterpe, from London, Dec. 13. For Canterbury:Chief Cabin: Burton Miss D Elliot George Gibson Miss Hall Bernard Hedge Cecil F Hewlings Kate McBarnot Captain [MacBarnett] Rowe Miss M.A. Steane Miss Wilson Mr Second cabin: Dowson George W Dowson Amy Dowson Fanny Fletcher W J Hannon Thomas Mill William Chasemore Philip Runtz Arthur H Steerage: Allen Thomas Henry Giles Edward Griffiths David Griffiths John Hillard W.M. Lake Mary Ann McCarthy J Matheson F Morgan A Morgan Annie Parker George Reed W Thorpe Frederick
Evening Post, 6 March 1876, Page 2 DEATH.
Suddenly, on the 20th December, 1875, on board the ship: Euterpe, for New Zealand, Cockburn McBarnet, Esq., late Lieutenant 92nd Highlanders, youngest son of the late Alexander M'Barriet, Esq., of Torridon and Attadale, Rosshire, N.B., aged 39.
Euterpe, waltz for the pianoforte [music] / by Llewellyn Owen who sailed on the Euterpe from London to New Zealand when he was 8 years old in 1871. He settled in Spreydon, Canterbury.Voyages
Sailors have long used their knowledge of knots to transform rope or twine into fancy knot work or macramé. The work had many shipboard and personal applications such as Turk's head, bell ropes, sea chest beckets (handles) and a 'thump' mat. The knot work was both beautiful and practical.