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PORT OF LYTTELTON. ' ARRIVED. , Dec 4—Clematis, from Pelorus Sound. Deo. 4—Saucy Lass, from Pelorus Dec s—Hosannah Hose, from Kaipara. Dec. s—Waitaki, s.s., from Nelson, Pi ton, and Wellington. Dec. s—Kishon, from Mauritius. Dec 6—Especulador, from Newcastle. Dec s—Croydon Lass, from Nelson. Dec. s—Elizabeth Curie, from Picton. liltWWtej?? I Dec. 4—Jane Douglas, s.s., for Kaikouwt and z | H t. 4—Tararua, s.s., for Wellington and ■- Dec. s—Waitaki, B.s-:,,ter Dfinedm. j£c. fy-Wave of'Life',for Havelock; STEAME^Wf™^^ < d AS 'DNDci. ’ * Fob WeixingTOK—Penguin This Day, Tcf be foll^^fe Waitakj,,on Tuesday, Detfember 9. m Fob NapxeiH ; - Gisborne, Tattranga, and AtfcKT.AND —Penguin, Tins Day, Dec. 6, Passengers by 6.30 p.m train.. *; .. ~ _ •%. , To be followed by .Arawafa, off Thursday, December 11. . _ . Foe MEKBQpßNgrfAlbion, from Port Chalnjers,* “on Thursday, Decem- . her il Passengers by Hawea, Monday, December 8. Fob Sydney— Wakatipu, Friday, Dec. 12. Passengers by 2.40 p.m. tram. Cargo till noon. To Bangarooma, DecernbQg Feo Hobaet Tdwfr/ ‘ Albion, from ' Port Chabners,;.iDecember 11. Passengers by flawed, Monday Decem-berfSDl-r.Gli'-'. - V'..-'; • Fob Picton, Nelson, Taeanaki, and Mandkalt Waitaki, on Tuesday Dec. 9. Cargo till noon. Passengers by 2.40 p.m., train. ■ AH to ; be secured at the Shipping ““r : r’. 1 1,4"' 4 " '-Qffice. . ,
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