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Armin, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1858

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The voyage of the immigrant ship Armin
Departed Cape of Good Hope, 31 September 1858
Arrived Sydney, November 1858

Newspaper Coverage of the ARMIN Immigrant Ships arrival in Sydney November 1858

German Immigrants.
THE Armin is expected to arrive shortly with a well selected batch of GERMAN IMMIGRANTS, consisting of Shepherds, Farm Labourers, Vinedressers, Gardeners, Carpenters, Masons, PIasterers, Slaters, Smiths, Coopers, Domestic Servants. &c., both married and single. They will be for hire at the usual terms. Early application is necessary to H. HAMBURGER, 1480 57, late 10, George-street, Sydney. (Source: From The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) of Wednesday 3 November 1858, Page 1. Advertising.)

NOTICE.-If BARON VON GALL (passenger by the Armin) does not pay the amount due to the undersigned, his effects will be sold by public auction, on- or before SATURDAY next. W. SOMMER, Sydney, 29th November. (Source: The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) of Friday 3 December 1858, Page 1. Advertising.)

THIS DAY, FRIDAY, December 3rd. -
Very Important. - To Grocers, Storekeepers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Shippers, Timber Merchants, and others -The attendance of the above Is most particularly requested at the undermentioned Sales, vis, On Macnamara's Wharf, at 10 o'clock punctually, Cossipore sugar, rice, gram, and oats, damaged by sea water, ex Leichhardt.
At Botts' Wharf, at half-past 2 o'clock prompt, Ex Armin, No reserve. Deals, boards Pitch, tar, &c.
The whole will be sold to the highest bidder, without reserve. Terms at sale.
The Cargo of the Arnim, from Bremen. Comprising Brandy, in draught Ditto, in case Rum, Port Wine, Hock, St. Julien Claret, Geneva, Hops, Westphalia Hams, Polished Chairs, &c
To Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Shippers, Store-keepers, and others. JOHN G. COHEN has been favoured with instructions from Messrs. Kirchner and Co., to offer, at the Bank Auction Rooms, on TUESDAY, December 7th, 1858, at 11 o'clock precisely. The whole of the cargo of the Arnim, from Bremen, consisting of:
A in triangle over C-15 cases fine cognac brandy
B and Co.-500 cases brandy
C 1-250 ditto ditto
1-125 ditto ditto
2-125 ditto ditto
C in triangle - 20 hogsheads ditto
00 In triangle -100 quarter-casks ditto
R in triangle - 2 puncheon's rum
2 ditto ditto
S In triangle-2 ditto barcelona spirit
quarter-casks brandy
5 ditto ditto
271 cases Longueyie pale brandy
160 ditto old port wine
159 ditto " Dom de Chaucy " hock
65 ditto " Rudeshelmer Berg ditto
295 ditto St. Julien claret
20 hogsheads geneva
20 bales hops
20 casks Westphalia hams
12 cases polished chairs, &c, &c
For unreserved sale. Terms at sale. (Source: All from The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) of Friday 3 December 1858, Page 7. Advertising.

The Armin, from Bremen, touched at the Cape of Good Hope and left again on the 21st September. She went into quarantine last night, there being a case of small pox on board. (Source: From The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) of Wednesday 10 November 1858, Page 4. MAILS BY THE EMEU.

Frederick Renzie Manson, and Heinrich Blume, were convicted of desertion from the ship Armin, and sentenced to six weeks' imprisonment with hard labour. (Source: From The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) of Wednesday 24 November 1858, Page 3. WATER POLICE COURT.

- An inquest was held yesterday, on board the Bremen ship Armin, lying off Potts' Wharf, on view of the body of Anton Bernard Robert Rutish, aged 16 years, a Prussian sailor boy, stated to be of higher class parentage, five months out with the Armin, on his first voyage. From the evidence, it appeared that about 6 o'clock, on the previous evening deceased was on the main deck, engaged in letting down an empty bucket by the middle hatchway, when a ballast tub weighing four or five cwt., which had been employed for three or four days in shifting the Armin's ballast into the Mary R. Mitford, was brought with its usual swinging motion in the direction of the hatchway, and by hitting him precipitated him below to a depth, of about 30 feet. He sustained extensive compound fractures, was rendered senseless, and died soon after the occurrence. Verdict - Death by on accidental fall. (Source: From The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893) of Saturday 1 January 1859, Page 3. SYDNEY NEWS.

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