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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF LYTTELTON. AMOVED. Dec. 28 —SouthesK, barque, from Lond°n. Dec. 29. —Clematis, ketch, fromPelorus Sound. SAILED. Dec. 27.— Elizabeth, barque, for Newc, is tie. Dec. 27.—Hawea, s.s., for Wellington and East Coast. Dec. 28.—Especulador, barque, for Newcastle. Dec. 28.—Sea Belle, barquentine, for Newcastle. Dec. 28.—Huia, s.s„ for Kaikoura, Wellington and Foxton. , .: . STEAMERS LEAVE LYTTELTON ' AS UNDER. For Wellington— Waitaki, This Day, Tuesday, December 30. Passengers by 2.40 p.m. train. To be followed by Albion, on Wednesday, Dec. 31. Fos Napier, Gisborne, Tauranoa, and Auckland— Albion, on Wednesday, December 31. Passengers by 2.40 p.m. train. To be followed by Penguin, on Saturday, January 3rd. Passengers by 6.30 p.m. train. Fob Port- Chalmers —Tararua, This Day, Tuesday, December 30. Passengers by 2,40 p.m. train. To lie followed by Wakatipu, Wednesday, December 31. Passengers by 9 a.m. train. For Melbourne, via Bluff —Tararua, This Day Tuesday, December 30. Passengers by 2.40 p.m. train. To bd followed by Rotomahana, Tuesday, January 6. For Sydney —Albion, on Wednesday, December 31. Passengers by 2.40 ■ train. To be followed by Wakatipu, Friday, January. 9. For Hobart Town —Rotomahana, on Tuesday, January 6. For Picton, Nelson, Taranaki, and Manukau - Waitaki, This Day, Tuesday, December 30. Passengers by 2.40 p.m. All berths to be secured at the Shipping Office.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 41, 30 December 1879

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 41, 30 December 1879

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