POET OF LYTTELTON. Arrived. TO-DAY. Penguin, s.s., from Wellington, with the Southern portion of San Francisco mail. _ , Durham, s.s., from London, ob days, 20 hours from Plymouth. A passenger named Mrs. D. Maker died on the passage, from heart disease. Rotomaliana, s.s., from Port Chalmers. Oreti, s.s., from Port Chalmers. Sailed. TO-DAY. Albion* s.s. ‘ for Wellington. 'Oreti* s:s:, for the North. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. * ~ Auckland, Yesterday. 'Arrived—Ringarbbma, from Sydney. Sailed—German war-ship Hyena, for Samoa. : t ; : Wellington, Yesterday. Arrived—Wanaka,; from the North, with the San Francisco mail ; Boojum, from' the ' South-;.. Jane Douglas, from Kaikoura and Lyttelton ; Penguin, from Picton and Nelson ; Hawea, from the South. ! ; • Sailed—Wanaka, for Nelson. Port Chalmers, Yesterday. Arrived—Mozart, brig, from Mauritius; Ardeniirany, • barque, from Mauritius ; Rotorua,-s.s., from the North. Sailed-?-Albion, s.s., for Melbourne; Rotomahana. for Auckland, via East Coast; St. Hilda, s.s., for the West Coast. Sydney , Yesterday. Sailed—Hero, for Auckland. Melbourne, To-day. Sailed— l Tararua, s.s., for the Bluff.
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