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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OP LYTTELTON. ARRIVALS. Oct. 24—Prosperity, brigantine, from Kaipara, with 90,000 feet of timber. Oct. 25 —Penguin, s.s., from Port Chalmers. . Oct. 25 —Hawea, from Auckland, via East Coast. Oct. 25—Maud Graham, schooner, from Picton, with 60,000 feet of timber. Oct. 25 —Huia, s.s., from Wellington and Kaikoura. . Oct.'*26—Sarah and Mary, brigantine, Lorn Bluff. Oct. 27—Rotorua, from Port Chalmers. OtaL.JJ7 .Mary Blair, barque, from Hobart Town. SAILED. Oct. 25—Hawea, s.s , for Akaroa and Port Chalmers. Oct. 25—Penguin, s.s,, for Wellington and Auckland. . Oct. 25—Torea, schooner, for Kaipara. Oct. 25—Onward, schooner, for Picton. Oct. 25 —Fawn, brig, for Newcastle. Oct. 25—Especulador, barque, for Newcastle. Oct. 25—Sunbeam, barque, for NewOct. 27—Rotorua, for Sydney. Oct. 27—Seabird, for Hokianga. Oct. 28—Huia, for Kaikoura and Weilington. Serious apprehensions are entertained regarding the safety of the ship Knowslej Hall, now 142 days out from the Start. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. From Louden —Lady Jocelyn, Euterpe, Knowsley Hall (M.K. J. R.), Hurunui, Hereford. Southesk. and Waitara. From Newcastle —Surprise, Australian Sovereign, and Tasso. From New York via Wellington—Hermes.

From New York—Annabel. From Mauritius —Jasper. From Wellington —Albion, This Day ; Taiaroa, Oct. 30 ; Rotomahana, Nov. 1 ; Wanaka, Nov. 3. From Port Chalmers Waitaki, Oct. 29 ; Hawea, Nov. 1. From Oct. 30. From New York, via Port Chalmers —Elmeranda. From Melbourne —Ringarooma, Oct. 27 ; Tarania, Nov. 6. From the Sounds—Esther. From Sydney —Rotomahana, Nov. 1. From Glasgow—Remonstrant. From Calcutta —Bruce.

STEAMERS LEAVE LYTTELTON AS UNDER. For Wellington— Waitaki, on Wednesday, 29th Oct. For Napier and Auckland —Hawea, on Saturday, Ist Nov., calling at Gxs- , home and Tauranga. For Port Chalmers— Albion, This Day. Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 2.40 p.m. train. To be followed by the Wellington on - Thursday, 30th October. For Melbourne, via Bluff Albion, This Day (Tuesday), transhipping to Ringarooma, at Port Chalmers. Passengers from Christchurch to Port leave by the 2.40 p.m. train. To be followed by the Albion from Port Chalmers, on 6th Nov. Passengers by Wakatipu, on Wednesday, sth Nov. For Sydney —Rotomahana, 7th Nov. ForAkaroa— Penguin, Saturday, Nov. 8. For Hobart Town —Albion, This Day. For Picton, Nelson, &c. —Waitaki, on Wednesday, Oct. 29th. Passengers by the 2.40 p.m. train from Christchurch to Port. Cargo till noon. All berths to be secured at the Shipping Office.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 14, 28 October 1879

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