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POUT OF LYTTELTON. ARRIVED. Nov. I—Hma, from North. Nov. 2—Clio, from Waitapu. Nov. I—Hawea, from Dunedin. Nov. I—Jane Douglas, from Kaikoura. Nov. I —Magellan Cloud, from Kaipara Nov. I—Rotomahana, from Sydney, via the North. Nov. 2—Wanaka, from Wellington. Nov. 3—Elizabeth Castle, from Picton. Nov. 3 —Saucy Lass, from Picton. MAILED. Nov. I—Hawea, for Wellington. • Nov. I—*Kotqmahana, for Port Chalmers. Nov. 2—Jmw Douglas, for Timaru. Nov. 2—Prosperity, for Kaipara. Nov. 2—Maud Graham, for Picton. Nov. 3—Wanaka, for Dunedin. Nov. 3—Wave of Life, for Kaipara. Nov. 3—Huia, for Kaikoura and Wellington. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. From London —Lady Jocelyn, Euterpe, Knowsley Hall (M.K.J.R.), Huruuui, Hereford Southesk. and Waitara. From Newcastle—Surprise, Australian Sovereign, and Tasso. From New V**rk via Wellington—Hermes. From New Y«*rk—Annabel. From Mauritius—Jasper. From New York, via Port Chalmers —Esmeralda. From the Sounds—Esther. From Glasgow—Remonstrant. From Calcutta —Bruce. STEAMERS LEAVE LYTTELTON AS UNDER. For Wellington —Wellington, This Day (Tuesday). Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 2.40 p.m. train. To be followed by the Tararua on Thursday, 6th November. For Napier and Auokiand—Rotomahana, on Saturday, Tlh November. Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 4 p.m. train. To be followed by the Wanaka, on Saturday, Bth November. For Port Chalmers —Wakatipu, Wednesday, November slh. For Melbourne, via Bluff—Tararua, Tuesday, 11th Nov. Fob Sydney —Rotomahana, Friday, 7th November. Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 4 p.m. train. To be followed by the Wakatipu, on Nov. 13. . FobAkaboa —Penguin, Saturday, Nov. 8. Fob Hobart Town —Tararua, Nov. 11. For Picton, Nelson, &c. —Wellington, This day, 4th Nov. Passengers by the 2.40 p.ra. train from Christchurch to Port, Cargo till noon. All berths to be secured at the Shipping Office. [By Telegraph.} Hokitika, Nov. 3. Sailed Claud Hamilton, for Melbourne, taking 34 oza. of gold, the produce of the district.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 17, 4 November 1879

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