PORT OF LYTTELTON. ARRIVALS. Oct. 28 —Albion, s,s., from Wellington SAILED. Oct. 28—Albion, s.s., for Port Chalmers. STEAMERS LEAVE LYTTELTON AS UNDER. Fob Wellington Waitaki, This Day (Thursday). Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 2.40 p.m. train. To be followed by the Hawea on Saturday, Ist November. Fob Napier and Auckland —Hawea, on Saturday, Ist Nov., calling at Gisborne and Tauranga. Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 8 p.m. train. For Fort Chalmers Wellington, This Day (Tlursday). Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 10.12 p.m. train. To be followed by the Itotomanana, on Saturday, Nov. 1. For Melbourne, via Bluff Albion, from Port Chalmers, on 6th Nov. Passengers by Wakatipu, on Wednesday, sth Nov. To be followed by the Tararua, on Tuesday, lith Nov. Foe Sydney— Kotomahana, Friday, 17th November. Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 4 p,m. train. To be followed by the Wakatipu, on Nov. 13. ForAkaroa —Penguin, Saturday, Nov. 8. For Hobart Town—Tararua, Nov. 11. Fob Picton, Nelson, &c. —Waitaki, This Day (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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