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SHIPPING.

PORT OF LYTTELTONArrived. TO-DAY. Rotorua, s.s., from Wellington. Hawea, s.s., from Port Chalmers. Sailed. YESTEIIDAY. Jessie Headman, ship, for the Bluff. Wakatipu, s.s., for Sydney, via the North. Jane Douglas, s.s,, for Kaikoura and Wellington. - Tui> s.s, for Kaikoura and Wellington. ' , TO-DAY. Hawea, s.s. , for the South. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS." Auckland, Yestei’day. Latest American intelligence states that the American barque Beatrice Lavender, cleared oh,September 29th for Auckland. The American barque Mabel sailed on October 11th for Dunedin, Wellington, and Lyttelton. ,- On October 23rd the American barque Minnie Allan sailed from Bostoafor Adelaide and Dunedin. The following are' loading at New York— Swedish barque Superior, for Adelaide and Auckland; the English barque Romeo, for Dunedin,- Wellington, and Lyttelton. Wellington, Yesterday. Sailed—Penguin; . for Picton and Nelson; Charles Edward and Grafton, for the West Coast; ■ ;; Pokt Ghalmeks, Yesterday. Arrived—St. Kilda, s.s., from Westport. London, Nov. 131 ; : Arrived—Ships Alice Muir, Rialto, and Lanarkshire, from Lyttelton; Himalaya, from Ti mar u ; Lescaclia, from the Bluff; Caroline from Napier ; Dunhritton, from Port Chalmers ; Lock Dee from Auckland.

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 193, 16 November 1880

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