PORT OF LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Spec, schooner, from Wellington. To-day. Tairoa, s.s., from Dunedin. Ringarooma, s.s., from Sydney, via Northern Ports. Sailed. Yesterday. Ester, brigantine, for Pelorous Sound. Ada C. Owen, brigantine, for Kaipara. Penguin, ■s.s.-, for Wellington, East Coast Ports, and Auckland. , To-day. Ringarooma, s.s., for Melbourne," via the South. Taiaroa, s.s., for Manukau and way •ports. ' SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. ■ i Auckland, Yesterday. Arrived--Olyde, 5.3., from Napier. . Wellington, Yesterday. Arrived—Kiwi and Go-Ahead, from Napier and Castle Point. Sailed—Wanaka,for Picton and Nelson; Oreti, for Wanganui, New Plymouth and Mahukau. . Timaru, Yesterday. Arrived—Aliza M‘Phce,from Dunedin; Enterprise, from Lyttelton. Port Chalmers, Yesterday. Arrived—Stella, C.G.s., from Wellington. Sydney, Nov. 22. Arrived —Wakatipu, s.s., from Wellington. Brisbane, Nov. 22. ■ The Norseman has been wrecked. She is insured in the National Insurance Company of New Zealand, the South British Company, and New Zealand Company, for LSOO in each.
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