PORT OF LYTTELTON. ARRIVED. Nov. 11.—Haauau Barrett, schooner, from Foxcon. Nov. 11.—Isabella, brigantine, from Wellington. Nov. 11.—Empress of China, barquentine, from Hobart Town. Nov. 11.— Edith Reid, schooner, from Timani, wind bound. Nov. 11.—Taiaora, s.s., from Port Chalmers. Nov. 11.—Huia, s.s., from Kaikoura and Wellington. Nov. 11.—Tararua, s.s., from Wellington. HAIRED. Nov. 11.—Mary King, schooner, for Picton. Nov. 11.—Taiaroa, as., for Wellington, Nelson, Taranaki, and Manakau. Nov. 11.—Tararua,“te. s., for Melbourne, via South. Nov. 11.—Hinemoa, s.s., Fairchild, for Wellington. Nov. 11.—Huia, s.s.,for Kaikoura and Wellington. Nov. 11.—Arawata, s.s., for Wellington. Nov. 11.—Wanganui, s.s., for Dunedin. Nov. 12,—Glenlora, for Napier. STEAMERS LEAVE LYTTELTON AS UNDSK, Fob Wellington —Wakatipu, This Day (Thursday). Passengers frcm Christchurch to Port by the 2.40 p.m. train. Cargo till 2 p.m. To be followed by the Arawata on Wednesday. For Napier, Gisborne, and Auckland — Penguin, (Saturday), November 16. Passengers from Christchurch to Port by the 8 p.m. train. For Port Chalmers —Waitaki, This Day, Thursday, November 11th. Passengers &c, by the 2.40 p.m. train. For Melbourne, via Bluff— Arawata, Wednesday, 19th Nov. Fob Sydney —Wakatipu, Thursday, Nov. 13th. For Hobart Town —Ringarooma, Tuesday, Nov. 25. For Picton, Nelson, See. —Waitaki, This Day, Thursday, 13th Nov. Passengers by the 2.40 p.m. train from Christchurch to Port. Cargo till 9 noon. All berths to be secured at the Shipping Office. fcjBY*TELEGRAPH.] Timaku, Nov. 22. Arrived—|Maori, s.a., Wanganui, schooner, and Good Templar, ketch, from Dunedin ; John Watson, schooner, from Newcastle. Sailed—Maori, for Dunedin.
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