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SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF LYTTELTON. ARRIVALS. Nov. 22.—Wan.al.a, s.s., from Auckland, via East Coast. Nov. 22.—Hawea, s.s., from Port Chalmers. Nov. 23.—Rotorua s.s., from Port Chalmers. SAILED. Nov. 22. —Wanaka, s.s., for Port Chalmers. Nov. 22—Hawea, s.s., for Auckland, via East Coast. STEAMERS,,LEAVE LYTTELTON AS UNDER. Fob Wellington Wellington, To-Day. Nov„2s. i Passengers by 2.40 p.m. train. Fob Napier, Gisborne, Tauranoa, and Auckland —Wanaka, on Saturday, Nov. 29. For Pori Chalmers. —Ringarooma, ToDay, Nov. 25. Passengers by 420 p.m. train. To be followed by Taiaroa, on Thursday, Nov 27. For Melbourne, via Bluff Ringarooma, on Tuesday Nov. 25. Passengers by the 2.40 p.m. train. To be followed by Claud Hamilton, via Wellington and West Coast, on Thursday, Nov. 27. ~, , For Sydney— Tararua. on Deo. 6, Wakatipu, Dec. 12. Fob.'Akaboa—Waitaki, on Friday, Dec. Fob Town— Ringarooma, Tuesday, Nov. 25. For Pxcton, Taranaki, and Manukau —Wellington, on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Passengers by the 2.40 pi in. Cargb till 2 p.m. All berths to be secured at the Shipping i Office.

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SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 26, 25 November 1879

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