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"Evening Star"

New Zealand Bound

Otago Witness  Saturday October 20, September 22 & 29 1860 page 4

Reference online: Papers Past Images online. NZ National Library. 

Messrs. Shaw, Saville, and Co., despatched from Gravesend on the 3rd instant the passenger-liner Evening Star, for Otago, with a full cargo and 130 passengers, a large number of whom were sent out under the auspice of the Provincial Government.

A large number of friends of the passengers, and other visitors connected with the colony, assembled on board at Gravesend. Suitable addresses were delivered by the Rev. Mr.
McGillivray, Mr Birch, the London agent for the Otago Government, Mr Thos. D. Currie, the secretary to the emigration scheme, and others. Great satisfaction was expressed as to the arrangements made for promoting the comfort of the passengers. The next ship of this line for Otago is the Black Swan, of 1000 tons, sailing in August.

Shipping News 

Arrived. October 14 - Evening Star. 811 tons, H.W. Norris, from London with 100 cases candles, 160 boxes soap, 115 bags salt, 16 kegs nails, 24 grindstones, 124 camp-ovens, 87 iron pots, 6 packages rope, 5 kegs paint, 40 packages team 60 cases Geneva, 160 tons coals, 1 pipe, ... 

Passengers Cabin:

Hart		M. and Mrs James T. 
Langston	H. 
Lea		Mr and Mrs A.A.W. 
Main		Ernest C. 
McClure		Mr and Mrs W.G. 
McClure		Mr and Mrs James
McClure		Mr A.G. 
McClure		George, Gordon, and Arthur 
Mackridge	Mrs E.
McGillivray	Rev. L. 
McGillivray	Mrs  and family of 6
Payne		James 
Second Cabin:
Bamford		R.H.
Brand		David
Buchan		Mathew
Glendining	Robert
Holford		Francis
Hughes		Emma
Johnstone	Alexander
Jones		Charles
Jones		John
Kirkpatrick	Mrs Hugh
Kirwin		Denis
Mackridge	Thomas
McLagan		Peter
McRitchie	Charles
Percy		Gilbert J.
Perry		John A.
Robertson	Mr and Mrs J.
Robertson	William
Sewell		Mr and Mrs James
Swisted		Bernadotte
Swisted		James
Skey		Henry
Skey		William
Weber		Adelphus
Worthington	Edward
Arthur		Jane and daughter		Redruth
Attwood		Edward				Westminister
Boyles		George				Derby
Bruce		John				Thurso
Clark		David				Tain
Craig		Eliza				London
Denham		James				Tuckingmill
Fenton		James				Manchester
Forrest		Alfred				Brixton Hill
Forrest		James				Brixton Hill
Gairn		Emma
Gilbert		H.L., wife and 3 sons and 4 daughters Pendeen
Gilmore		Alexander and wife 		Keithhall
Havers		Martha, Mary Ann, and Eliza	Middlesex (William Havers paid 11 passage money to the Provincial Government of Otago on Jan. 26 1867 for Mary Ann's passage.)
Kerr		William S. wife and 3 sons and 5 daughters Chirnside
King		Thomas, Charles and Mary	Camborne
Leary		John				(Paid 15 passage money to the Provincial Government of Otago)Liggins		Frederick
Marshall	Andrew
Mathieson	G.				Invercarron
McKay		William				Kilfedder
McIvor		Farquhar
McLeod		James
Moore		Joseph, wife 3 sons, and 3 daughters  Greenchester
Myall		James, wife 2 sons and 2 daughters	London
Robertson	James 				Aberdeen
Sary		John				Redruth
Saunders	John				Tuckingmill
Silliman	Stephen				Camborne
Stephen	(?Stevens)	William				Tuckingmill
Sulliman	Steven (Paid 15 passage money to the Provincial Government of Otago)
Sutherland	James
Trim		George
Turner		Samuel, wife and daughter	London
Williams	Andrew, wife 3 sons, and 2 daughters London

Another voyage - 1863 to Lyttelton

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