London to Lyttelton, New Zealand 1877
The Star, Thursday 16th April 1877
Arrived Lyttelton. The New Zealand's Company's ship Opawa, ship 1100 tons, from London was signalled from the South this morning. She left Gravesend on Jan. 16, and was off Start on Jan. 22. The Opawa brings a large number of passengers, (at least 36) but no immigrants, and is under command of Captain McInnis.
Barnes Master Alick Baumber Rev. Wm. Bickett Mr E. Chartres Mr Jno. Clarke Mr J.W. Collins Dr Dalton Mr. G.L. De Braner Mr Edward Drew Mrs Gleeson Miss Mary Hanson Mrs and family Hillas Mr and Mrs Thos. and family Jenkins Mr H.W. Jones Mr Percy Lewis Mr C. H. Mills Mr and Mrs William Morrison E.W. Purchon Rev S.R. Restridge Mr and Mrs John Richardson Mr and Mrs and family Rugg Mr and Mrs D. and family Tenton Mr and Mrs Joseph and family Todd Mr Jno. Trude Mr Edward Wilson Mr Wohurst Mr Jno. G.
April 16 - Wellington, s.s. 279 tons, Lloyd, from Northern Ports. Passengers: Saloon -
Ashton Mr and Mrs Bonnington Mr Caverhill Mr Hastings Mrs Dunbar Mr Hewitt Mr Hill Mr Peters Mr Shaw Mr Zelim Mr 22 in the steerage; 20 for South
April 14 - Ringarooma, s.s., 623 tons, Whitburn, for Melbourne via South. Dalgety, Nichols, and Co., agents. Passengers:
For Dunedin Le Mas Mr For Melbourne Bramhall Mr Fowler Mrs Edwin Fowler Miss Fanny Fowler Master Trevor Pooley Mr
Clark Mr R English Mr W 8 original