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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

STEAMEBS LEAVE LYTTELTON AS XiNDCI!. For Wellington —Tararua, This Day (Thursday). Passengers from Chriatchurch to Port by the 2.40 p. in. train. To be followed by the Rotonrahana, on Friday, 6th November. For Napier and Auckland—llotomahana, on Friday, 7th November. Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 4 p.m. train. To be followed by the Wanaka, on Saturday, Bth November. For Poet Chalmers —Taiaroa, This Day (Thursday), November 6th. For Melbourne, via Bluff —Tararua, Tuesday, 11th Nov. Fob Sydney —Rotoinahana, Friday, 7th November. Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 4 p.m. train. ■ To be followed by the Wakatipu, on Nov. ia ForAkaroa —Penguin, Saturday, Nov. 8. For Hobart Town —Tararua, Nov. 11. For Picton, Nelson, &c. — Taiaroa, Monday, 10th Nov. Passengers by the 2.40 p. m. train from Christchurch to Port. All berths to be secured at the Shipping Office. [by telegraph.] Dunedin, Nov. 5. Arrived—Tararua, a. a., from Melbourne, via Hobart Town. Sailed —Beautiful Star, a. a., for Oamaru; Jane Anderson, schooner, for Wellington ; Huon Belle, ketch, for Invercargill ; Tararua, s.a., for Lyttelton and Wellington ; Maori, s.s., for Timaru; Pacific Slope, barque, for Newcastle.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 18, 6 November 1879

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 18, 6 November 1879

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