PORT OF LYTTEtTON. ARRIVED. Nov. 29 - - Elmiranda, barque, from New York. Nov. 29—Maiy Ann Annison, barque, from Newcastle. ,i ' Nov. 30—Claud Hamilton, from- Melbourne via Hobartown and llie South. ■■ Doc. I—Penguin. from Auckland, via East Coast and Wellington. SAILED. Nov. 29—Richard and Mary, schooner, for Oamaru. Nov 29—Rona, schooner, for Auckland. Nov. 29—Wanaka, for Wellington, and 3£oVth.’ . .... Nov. 29—Rotomahana, for Dunedin. Nor: 30—=Endeavourer, brigantine, for • -hour,- via Newcastle,.-W,eat Coast, and Wellington. ■' "NTEAMESS LE AVE LYTTELTON as U&dsb. ' r _ Fob-. Wellington —Taiaroa, This Day, December 2. For Napier, Gisborne, jand Auckland . . --Tararua, 'on Thursday, December 4. ■ Passengers by 4 p.m train. . Cargo till 2 p.m.. ! T£ be followed by Penguin, on "Saturday December 6 r Fob Port Cualmers, Wakatipu, on Wednesday', December 3. •For Melbourne, via Bluff, from Port Chalriiera, Rotomahana, on Decernber 5; Passengers by Wakatipu, • Wednesday, December 3. For Sydney—Tararua. on Thursday, '■ '' i-,jPec*»i4. ■' r 1 -v To be followed by Wakatipu, Dec. 12; Ringaroomaj Dec. 18. Fob Hobart Town, Rotomahana, from Port Chalmers,|December 5. Passengers. by Wakatipu,' Wednesday, Decembers..,, For Picton, Nelson, Taranaki, and 1 Manukau Taiaroa, This Day, Dec. 2. ‘ ; _ All berths .to. be secured at the Shipping ' ‘ ‘ Office. j ll '1. 11 ■■■ ' ■ - - ■
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