ARRIVAL OF THE TREVELYN
The Evening Post April 30th 1887
The barque Trevelyn, 1042 tons, Capt Bowling, from london, was towed in by the Mana at 6pm yesterday. She left on the 12th of january, landed the Channel Pilot two days later, and cleared the land on the 15th. The Cape of Good Hope was rounded on the 17th March, sighted Stewart Island on the 18th inst, and made Wellington Heads on Thursday last, but lay there becalmed until yesterday evening, when she was towed in. The voyage was uneventful, and the ordinary run of weather was experienced. She brings two steerage passengers. Messrs Levin & Co are agents for the barque.