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ARRIVAL OF THE SHIP MOORHILL
Wellington Independent May 2nd 1867

The barque Moorhill, Captain Siney, arrived from London on Tuesday morning after a passage of 108 days. She left Gravesend on the 11 January, and had a fine run down the Channel, but experienced some rough weather in the Bay of Biscay. She was becalmed near the line for nine days. Had fine weather during the remainder of the voyage. She brings a few passengers and a large general cargo.

ARRIVAL OF THE SHIP MOORHILL
Evening Post April 30th 1867

The fine barque Moorehill, 484 tons, Captain Siney, arrived in harbour at an early hour this morning, after a good passage of 108 days. She left London on the 18th January, and ran down the Channel in three days. In the Bay of Biscay very bad weather was experienced, and again from the Cape to Australia strong breezes and dirty weather. She brings one saloon, eleven steerage passengers, and a large general cargo, consigned to Messrs Levin and Co.