Otago Witness 5 June 1865 pg 10
PORT CHALMERS - June 2
Queen, s.s., Cellem, from the North, general cargo and 11 passengers.
Lloyd, Taggart and Co, agents.
Lady of the Lake, p.s., for Waikouaiti.
H. Houghton and Co, agents.
Per Wellington, from Northern Ports - May 28:
Bust Mr R D Forsaith Rev Mr Simons Miss Thomson Mr J Varney Mrs G G De And 10 in the steerage.
Per s.s. Lady Darling, from Hokitika - May 29:
Abel Mr Carey Mr Cohen Mr Gordon Mr Hare Mr Langford Mr Miller Mr Murray Mr Syder Mr And 141 in the steerage
Per Titania, from Invercargill - May 31:
Bahet Dr Cosens Dr Deck Dr Inverarity Captain And 3 in the steerage
Per Queen, from the North - June 2:
Dill Mr Lewis Mr Lewis Mr Frederick Stewart Mr And seven in the steerage.
Per Tararua, for Northern Ports and Sydney - May 29:
Hodson Mr And 8 in the steerage
Per Wellington, for the Bluff - May 29:
The Bishop of Christchurch Barr Mr J H McNeill Colonel And 1 in the steerage
Per Alhambra, for Melbourne - May 30:
Baxter Mr Campbell Mr, Mrs and Master Cassell Miss Cowan Mr Douglas Mr J A Douglas Mrs Douglas Miss Douglas Master Douglas Miss and servant Dyason Capt. Fletcher Mrs Fletcher Miss Holmes Miss Macdonald Mr and Mrs Maddock Mrs Miller Mr J Milligan Mr J P Milne Mr and Mrs D Milne Master Neill Mr Robert Rattray Mr Renshaw Mr and Mrs Wilkes Mrs Wilson Mrs and Servant Wood Capt Wood Mrs Wood Misses (4) Young Mrs Young Master Geo . 57 in steerage. Per Hero for Melbourne - May 29:
Chalmers Mr A G Duncan Mr and Mrs Johnstone Mrs Langley Mr Parker Mr J Syder Mr Chas Taylor Miss Varley Mr Wallach Mr 73 in steerage.
Per Nora, for Catlin's River, - May 31:
Saunders Captain and family.
Per Sarah, for Wellington - June 1:
PORT CHALMERS - June 9
Omeo, s.s. Edwards, from Hokitika, with 34 passengers.
Lady Darling, s.s., Johnson, for Northern Ports, with passengers.
Otago, s.s., Smith, for Bluff Harbor, with passengers.
Lady of the Lake, p.s., for Waikouaiti general cargo.
Per Wm. Miskin, from the North, - June 4:
Burge Mr Burns Mr Burrows Mr Churchess Mr Hamilton Mr Houghton Mr Isaacs Mr Perry Mr Sykes Mr Tatham Mr Tenant Mr 60 in steerage
Per Jessie Gilbert, from London - June 4:
Jones Mr Henry George Llewellyn Dr. Power Dr
Per New Zealand, from Lyttelton - June 4:
Ellison Mr W. Kerr Mr Charles McCormick Mr Patrick Phillips Mr D. Robertson Mr John Robertson Mr William Per Gothenburg, from Melbourne - June 6: Elliott Mr Gregory Mr Morton Miss Patterson Mr Prince Mr Waddell Mr Wayton Miss 35 in the steerage
Brayshaw Mr Burke Mr Calomills Mr Gibson Mr W. Hildred Mr Hyams Mr Kennan Mr Lee Mr Lee Mrs Simms Mr Ware Mr One for the Bluff 11 in the steerage Per Sarah Pile, from Sydney - June 7:
Bunyan Mr George Dick Mr Thomas Martell Mr Thomas Per Titania, from Invercargill - June 7:
Hair Mr John Halaes Mrs and two children Thurston Mr C. Five in the steerage.
Per Omeo, from Hokitika - June 9:
Alcorn Mr Bates Mr Binyer Mr Hall Mr Harris Mr Hoyt Mr Innes Mr Kilgour Mr Luhing Mr Olivier Mr Percival Mr Squires Mr 22 in the steerage.
Per Geelong, from Lyttelton - June 9:
Andern Mr Carron Mrs France Mr Graham Mr Grey Mr and Mrs Haines Mr Henderson Mr Homan Miss Menzies Mrs Tucker Mr 12 in the steerage
Per Titania for Invercargill - June 4:
Cramer Mr Thurston Mr
Per Lady Darling, for Hokitika - June 9:
Bastings Mr Bastings Mrs Bastings Miss E. Brock Mrs Denslow Mr William Mr Young Mr Young Mrs J. For Wellington: Black Mrs For Nelson: Barnes Mr and Mrs and two children 23 in the steerage.
Per Otago, for the Bluff - June 9:
One from the North
Four in the steerage.
Per Queen, for the North - June 9:
Balfour Mr J.
One in the steerage.
Witness 17 June 1865 pg 10
Per Gothenburg, from Lyttelton - June 10:
Barker Mr Carey Mr Dalgety Mr Johnson Mr Lloyd Mr Thomson Mr Seven in the steerage
Per Titania, for Invercargill - June 10:
Whittingham Messrs (2)
Two in the steerage
Per Prince Alfred, from the North - June 13:
Carter Mr Dalgleish Mr Hogarth Mr Hooper Mrs McKillop Mr McNeil Mr Ross Skyrme Mr and Mrs and 3 children 8 in the steerage
Per Otago, from the Bluff- June 13:
The Bishop of Christchurch Goldsmith Mr McBeth Mr McLaren Miss Prince Mr Smith Mr Five for the North Seven in the steerage.
Per Albion, from Melbourne, via Hokitika and Northern Ports - June 15:
Anderson Mrs Aynsley Mr Batement Mrs Boyd Mr Burnett Mr Carter Mr Connebee The Rev. R. Gordon Mr Harrison Mrs Haworth Mrs Heymanson Mr Holt Mr Johnson Mrs Jones Mr Kelly Mr Kennedy Miss Lancaster Mr Lawrence Mr Leary Mr Lloyd Mr Lloyd Mrs Mallak Mr Massey Mr Morrison Mr Nott Mr Page Mrs Parker Mr Parker Mr, mail agent Robertson Mr Robertson Miss Robinson Mr Ross Mrs Ross Miss Shillinglaw Mr and Mrs Smith Mr Squires Mr Stable Miss Tallerman Mr Tennant Mr Thomson Miss Waters Mrs West Mrs Zealand Captain 32 in the steerage
Per Geelong for Lyttelton and intermediate Ports - June 12:
Luke Mr Moss Mr Noble Mr Pearce Miss Six in the steerage
Per Otago for Lyttelton and the North - June 15:
Bullock Mr Graham Miss Lande Mr Mitchell Mr Pearson Mr 11 in the steerage.
Witness 24 June 1865 pg 10
June 23 - Queen of India, 657 tons, Thornton, from London, with cargo and passengers. R.B. Martin and Co., agents.
Otago Witness Saturday 24 June 1865 pg 11
The Omeo has sailed for Hokitika with an estimated number of 150 passengers.
The steam-tug Southland has been taken over by the General Government.
The prison hulk Thomas and Henry, now lying at Port Chalmers, sprang a leak on Saturday afternoon, and speedily filled. An attempt was made to drag the vessel into shallow water, only partially successful, and she is still quite full at high tide. The leak occurred in connection with the piping inserted when she was fitted up as a prison hulk. The Government diving dress. Mr John Mills is now as much at home under water as in his native element.
PORT CHALMERS - June 23
The Lizzie Southard is being towed up
the Airedale, s.s., Ferguson, from the Bluff, with cargo and
passengers. G.S. Broderick, agent.
Per Alhambra, from Melbourne - June 18:
Agnew Mr A. Baxter Mr Clark Mr Haggitt Mr Hart Mr Hart Mr J. Maguire Mr Miller Mr Rattray Mr 14 in steerage.
Airedale, from Northern Provinces - June 18
Blackie Mr Blackie Miss Bossley Mr Cole Mr Dainton Mrs and son Eaton Mr Eaton Mr Jos. Fitzgerald Mr Langley Mr Lodge Mrs Macnamara Miss Montgomery Mr Murdock Mr Sinclair Mr Squires Mr Webster Mr M. 19 in the steerage
Per Titania, from Invercargill - June 19:
Hills Mrs Pasley Mr Ross Mr Whittingham Mr 6 in the steerage
Per Geelong, from Lyttelton and intermediate ports - June 20:
Bird Mr Muntce Mr Pinkerton Mr Sheath Mr 14 in the steerage.
Per Queen of India, from London - June 21:
Brough Mr Henry Dumage Mr and Mrs and child Green Dr Mitchell Miss M. Thomson Captain and Mrs Thornton Mrs Turner Mr Frank Wallace Mr Webb Mr Hugh York Mr John Six passengers and one child in the steerage.
Per R.M.S. Hero, from Melbourne - June 21:
Bateman Miss Bissell Mr Constable Mr Emanuel Mr, Sen. Emanuel Mr, Jun Weir Mr 10 in the steerage.
Per Airedale, from the Bluff - June 23:
Brayton Mr Brennan Mr Cole Mr Holme Mr Law Mr Moodie Mr Stoughton Miss 14 in the steerage
Per Airedale, for the Bluff - June 19:
Moodie Mr G.H.
3 in the steerage
Per Prince Alfred, for the North - June 20:
Bentwich Mr Frost Mr Johnston Mr J.R. Meiklejohn Mrs Seven in the steerage Per Titania, for Invercargill - June 21:
Bird Mr Muntce Mr Napier Mrs and two children Pasley Mr Sheath Mr
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