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THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL.

[by telegraph.]

Wellington, April. 26.

The Australia loft San Francisco on Monday, the 12th inst. Under the recent arrangements for shortening the period of transit between London and Auckland, the mail steamer should have left San Francisco on Saturday, the 10th inst., but for some reason unexplained in the telegraphic advice, she did not get away on the proper date, It is anticipated, however, that she will make up two days on the voyage down, and reach Auckland on the Ist or 2nd of May. The City of New York, with the March homeward mails, arrived at San Francisco on Wednesday, the '2lst inst.—one day in advance of contract date.

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THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 92, 27 April 1880

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THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 92, 27 April 1880

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