Daily Southern Cross, 22 November 1862, Page 3
ARRIVAL OF THE 'IDA ZIEGLER.'
The favourite clipper ship 'Ida Ziegler,' Captain A. Reynolds, fetched her anchorage in the harbour at noon yesterday, after one of her usually rapid passages from England. She was signalled at 430 p.m. on Thursday, described at 6 30 ; and Captain Burgess, port master, boarded her off Tni at eleven p.m., working her up all night with light winds. Bought up at seven a.m.. yesterday, off the Rough buoy, on account of ebb tide and calm, and got underweigh again at eleven, running up with a fresh sea breeze. The ' Ida Ziegler ' left the docks on the 17th August, and Plymouth on the 24th, experiencing light winds and fine weather down the channel. ...The ship is in g. clean and creditable condition, and is sufficient evidence of the attention of her commander and officers. The general health of the passengers was good. There were two births on board The passengers speak highly of Captain Reynolds's conduct on the voyage. The following testimonial was presented to him before entering the harbour —
(Signed) Geo. Buttle, Miss Newman, H. W. Buttle, Arthur Pittar, Emma Wilson, John Hodgson, John Davey, James Richardson, Mrs. Richardson, D. Richardson, Emma Lysnar, H. A. Isaacs, M. A. Preston, Thomas Gerrones. November 21st, 1862.
The following is an analysis of trades and professions of the passengers, a list of which is subjoined ; farmers, 24 ; carpenters, 3 ; bakers, 2 ; merchant, 1 ; labourers, 2 ; waterman, 1 , civil engineer, 1 ; wheelwright 1 ; clerks, 3 ; smith 1 ; gardeners, 2 ; plumber, 1 ; chemist, 1 ; clergyman, 1.
Passengers: Thomas Gerrones, Mrs. Elizabeth ditto, Wm L., Mary, and Thomas ditto
Henry Doblein, Henry ditto
Mrs Anne Roose
William Knott; Mrs. Mary ditto
Caleb Kneebone, Mrs. Anna ditto, Sarah ditto
James Hush, Christopher ditto
James Brund, Mary E ditto ;
Matthew Perston, Mrs. Mary Jane ditto, James ditto, Annie ditto
Elizabeth Williams, Robert ditto, Harry ditto
Mrs. Emma Wilson
James Dodd, Mrs. Jane ditto, and infant
Thomas M. Sharman
Robert McFarlane, Mrs. Dorothia, Ellen ditto, Edgar J. ditto, Robert S. ditto, Charles W. ditto
David Stevenson, Mrs. Ellen M. ditto, Elizabeth M. ditto, David ditto, William E. ditto
John Torrens, James A. H. ditto, E. M. Ellison ditto
John Taylor, Mrs. Maria ditto, Ernest ditto, Alice Maud ditto
William King, Mrs. Alice ditto, Mary Alice ditto
Arthur N. Evans
Margaret Melville, James ditto
James Thompson, John ditto
James Maine, Mrs. Amelia ditto, James ditto, William ditto, Amelia ditto
Rice Williams, Mrs. Susan ditto, William W. ditto
William Mason, George ditto
Daniel Dakin, Louisa ditto.
Cabin. — James Richardson, Janet ditto, David do. ; Miss Lysnar ; Rev. George Buttle, Whitable Newman ditto, William D. Buttle, Robert Newman ditto, Henry ditto, George Alfred ditto, Joseph Newman ditto, James ditto, Benjamin Watson ditto ; Hannah Watson; Ellen Hubbins ; James Parker; Arthur Pittar; Captain Swift, and Captain Law.
The Daily Southern Cross - 3 February, 1863
and passengers also (listed in the DSC 31st January, 1863, pg 3)
A portion of the cargo consists of about 450 bales wool, 185 tons gum, 80 tuns of oil, 31 pkgs, sundries, 183 cases military stores.
February 3rd - Ida Zeigler, ship, 960 tons, A. Reynolds for London.
Passengers - Barton Captain and Mrs, and family Bayton Lieut. (Boynton) Brown Captain 57th Calvert Rev. W. Carleton Mr and Mrs H. Chamberlain Mr and Mrs and family Corbett Mr and Mrs Da Costa Mr Da Silva Mr Dittrich Mr Farmer Mr and Mrs and family Fairburn Mr and Mrs and family Galea Signor band-master 57th Gimes Mr Jenkins Mr Milner Mr McEwan Master McEwan Master J. Pike Mr Rawson Miss Scotland Mr and Mrs and family Smith Mr Tyhurst Miss Tutty Mr and Mrs Waugh Lieut. 57th Werner Mr and Mrs and family Wishart Mr and family) Williams Mr and Mrs William and family 12 steerage, 98 rank and file, 8 women, 15 children and 15 natives. D. Nathan, agent.
The 'Ida' Ziegler' took on board yesterday, the greater portion of her passengers, including invalids troops. She now lies off the wharf in first rate trim and there is little doubt she is one of the finest ships that has ever loaded home from this port. She will probably sail this afternoon.
The natives now on board the 'Ida Zeigler,'
are under charge of Mr Jenkins, native interpreter.
Kameriera Te Hautakiri
Horomona Te Atua
Wiremu Te Wana
Paratone Te Manu
Kihirini Te Tuahu
1864 January Departure from
The Southern Cross Wednesday 27th January 1864
The ship Ida Zeigler, Captain Reynolds, sails for England this day, a full ship; 52 passengers are returning to the old country. Towards the close of the year we may look for her return.
Cleared Outwards- Foreign
January 25 - Ida Ziegler, 860 tons, A. Reynolds, for London.
Passengers total 52. D. Nathan, agent.
Angela Sister Mary Atkinson Mary, John, James and Thomas Beswick Henry W. Bowan Thomas R. Bromley Lucy Ann Ellis Sarah, Thomas and James Green Fred. W., Mary Anne, Frederick, William and Baily Heaps Ann and Thomas Higginson Thomas, Mary, Jane, George and Reuben Holden George Lloyd Sarah Lynch Daniel, Mary, William, Jas., Mary Ann, Isabella, Daniel, Robert and Susan McMurray Charles, sen. McMurray Charles, jun. Meiklejohn William Middleton Henry O'Keefe Jeremiah Ormsby James Palmer Francis and Eunice Phene Nicholas Roch Thomas Scott Elizabeth, James and Jane Tiller Charlotte Warwick Jane Wells Benjamin and Mary Wood Thomas
1864 October Arrival at Auckland
The Southern Cross.
15 October 1864
The Southern Cross.
15 October 1864
Southern Cross Monday 23rd January 1865
Port of Auckland
Ida Zeigler, ship, 800 tons, Reynolds, from London
For London - Ida Zeigler, today
Otago Witness Saturday ?January 6 1866 pg4
At Auckland 154 rank and file proceeded to their quarters at Otahuhu where they will remain until embarking for England on the ships Siam and Ida Ziegler. The following officers accompanied the men: Captains Cay and Roger, Lieuts. Grierson, Whitburn and Howard, Ensign Lennard.
Otahuhu, a suburb of Auckland, on the narrowest part of New Zealand, on the isthmus between an arm of the Manukau Harbour to the west and the Tamaki River estuary to the east. Nine miles or 14 km's to the southeast of the Auckland city centre. The isthmus is the narrowest connection between the North Auckland Peninsula and the rest of the North Island, being only some 1200 metres wide at its narrowest point. Otahuhu was established in 1847, initially as a garrison town to protect the settlement of Auckland from the Maori lands around the Waikato. One of the four pensioner settlement. Nixon's Monument -erected in memory of Colonel Marmaduke George Nixon, was killed in the Maori war in 1864 and gallant soldiers who fell with him.