Trade with: Peru. —The German barque Dentchland, which arrived in Port Lyttelton on Thursday brought a cargo of sugar from Peru direct. The owner of the cargo, Mon? Sanri, was a passenger by the vessel, and he intends, if possible to up a regular direct trade from this colony to Peru, With this end in view, on the cargo being discharged, a shipment 9? grfin will b« Matt in. It ft) to be feaited tb« SjltWpWBQ flf the spirited pgent >b9J»?rW9ptNe4'S?lU IV'th the pc'; " ■ ■ ; •
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