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Reference: July 30 1864 page 4  Timaru Herald

English Shipping
Arrived

May 5 - White Star, Kerr, from Canterbury;
May 5 - Ida Zeigler, Reynolds, from Auckland
May 7 - Star of Tasmania, Ehrenfried, from Otago
May 10 - Chile, Carthoys, from Otago
May 23 - John Bunyan, from Wellington

Passengers per White Star, from Canterbury;
Miss Fleming
Mr and Mrs Rowley and four children
Mr and Mrs Perceval, three children and servant
Mr and Mrs Clarkson, five children and servant
Mr., Mrs., and Miss Bannatyne
Mr and Mrs Wyatt
Mrs Dunnage
Captain Campbell
Mr J. Longden
Mr W.H. Smith

Second cabin:
Miss Harrison
Mrs Dakins
Mr and Mrs Fulton and five children
Mr Hitchens
Mr Shaw Harris
Mr Sandrey
Mr Bradley
Mr Hopwood
Mr Croft

Passengers per Star of Tasmania, from Otago
Mrs Cain and two children
Mr and Mrs Shaw and four children
Mr and Mrs Alexander
Mr Ehrenfried in the cabin.
Twelve in the steerage.

Launch of the Glenesk

Timaru Herald Saturday August 20 1864 page 4 
Arrivals
Per Derwentwater, from Lyttelton, Canterbury
Mrs Whitcombe, five children, and servant
Mrs Percival, and two children
Mr and Mrs Dunnage
Mr and Miss Dampier
Mr Luail
Mr Tinline

Per Annie Wilson, from Lyttelton, Canterbury
Mr and Mrs H. Le Cren, 5 children and servant
Mr and Mrs Laurie and child
Mr Rogers
Mr Hilton
Mr Powys

Loading for Otago
Star of Tasmania, Culbert; Chile, Carthoys.

An inquest was held on the 6th instant, at the Oamaru Hotel, Oamaru, by T W Parker, Esq., R M & Coroner, on the bodies of David Petrie, aged about 25, and William Brooks, aged about 33, seaman on board the British ship, �Star of Tasmania,� who were drowned on the occasion of the wreck of that vessel off Oamaru, during the great storm on the night of the 3rd instant, while endeavoring to swim ashore from their ship. Verdict accordingly. Otago Police Gazette March 2 1868.

Otago Witness Friday February 3rd 1865
Port Chalmers - February 2  Departures
Star of Tasmania, ship, Culbert, for London, wool and 14 passengers.
Cabin:
Mr and Mrs James Barr
Mr Galloway
Mr C. Douglas
Mr G. Douglas
2nd cabin - Mrs C. Law, Messrs J. Law, D. Law, G. Askew, H. Miller, H. McLean, J. McLeay, B. Campbell, A. Henderson.

The Times, Thursday, May 04, 1865; pg. 14
Plymouth, May 4
The Star of Tasmania, from Otago February 2, for London, has passed up the Channel. She brings five cabin and eight steerage passengers, 3,814 ounces of gold, and a cargo of wool, hides and bones.