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Orari
Ship: 1051 tons
Captain: Richard Mosey
Surgeon Superintendent:
Dr Preston
Sailed London February 7th 1880  - arrived Lyttelton May 14th 1880

In 1880 the Orari had a good race with the Trevelyn from london to Lyttelton. The Orari sailed from Gravesend on February 7, and from the 12th to the 21st encountered very severe gales, being hove-to on several occasions. The two ships were in company in the Channel on February 9, and did not meet again until their arrival in Lyttelton. The Trevelyan arrived on the 13th and the Orari on the 14th May.
White Wings - Sir Henry Brett

Arrival of the Orari

Name Age County Occupation
Saloon Passengers
Farmer Mr Finch O
Hibbert George F
Johnson Miss Edith
MaKenzie (McKenzie?) Mr W G
McNamara Mr
Preston Dr
Mrs
Ringwood Mrs
Miss Annie
Tebbs Reverend W
Mrs
Master W Henry
Master Bosie
Miss Ethel
Miss Mildred
Thierens Mr J C
Miss Ada
White Miss Mary A
Second Cabin Passengers
Cowley William R
Glegg Charles F
Helen
Henry H
Celia
Kidd James H
Harriet
Henry L
Millicent
James H
Satchell Francis H
Charles W
Shackleton Georgina
Steerage Passengers
Baker Robert
Baldwin Randolph
Chamberlain John
Mary A
Martha
W J
John E
T
Jonas
Connelly G
Haworth Charles
Kunher Mrs
Liggins Joel
Rider Benjamin
Mary
Pollie
Todd R
Ida J
Clara
Benjamin J
Harry G
Saunders George
Woledge Frank Died on board - April 1880

                                                              

Copyright Denise & Peter 2007

Reference:
The Star May 15th 1880