She remained at Port Nicholson, Wellington for the remainder of the year.
The harbour was officially named Port Nicholson until it assumed its current name in the 1980s.
Port Nicholson was a refrigerated cargo ship.
Port Nicholson was adjacent to the wharves at the time, and had a cargo of cattle on board.
In fact, both torpedoes struck the Port Nicholson, the first in the engine room, the second in the stern.
The Port Nicholson did not sink immediately, and by dawn was still afloat.
Parnell greeted ships coming in to Port Nicholson, and told all new migrants not to work more than eight hours a day.
Wakefield arrived back in Port Nicholson in early January, 1840.
An example of this type of cheese would be Port Nicholson.
Eventually in 1865, Port Nicholson became the capital and, now known as Wellington, remains so today.