ARRIVAL OF THE COLIMA
The New Zealand Spectator and Cook's Strait Guardian May 7th 1862
The Hamburg barque, Colima, Capt., Ipland, from Hamburg via Melbourne, arrived in port on Sunday last. She mada a long passage to Melbourne and left that port on the 17th April. She brings a large cargo of merchandise, besides 22 rams and 16 ewes of the pure bred Nigretti breed, and is consigned to Messrs., Krull & Co. She is the third ship that this firm has had sent to them from Hamburg.
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