Arrival of the Forfarshire
From the Evening Post Wednesday, March 5, 1873
The ship Forfarshire, 1,238
tons, has landed all her passengers, and will take up a berth at the wharf at the first
opportunity. She is a first class vessel, formerly owned by Mr John Morrison, agent to the
New Zealand Government in England, but latterly was sold by him to Messrs Shaw, Saville
and Co. Her cargo consists of general merchandise and a large quantity of railway
material. She will not take in a return cargo here, when she has discharged.
Other odds and ends of interest from the same newspaper
On the 3rd instant, at her fathers residence, Cambridge Tce, Wellington, Amelia Campbell, infant daughter of Mr Henry Morrison, aged 5 Months.
On the 3rd instance, John William, the son of Benjamin Rayner, aged 10 mths.
On the 3rd instance, at Tory St, George Key, infant son of Mr Archibald Thomson, aged 5 mths. Picton papers please copy.
In the Resident Magistrates Court this morning Before his Worship the Mayor and Mr W Dorset, J. P.'s, Robert Harvey, for drunkeness and indecency, was fined 20s, or in default, committed to 48 hours, and Joseph Sergeant, suspected of lunacy, was remanded till Saturday.