PORT OF LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Taiaroa, s.s., from Wellington. Edwin Bassett, barque, from Newcastle. Kenilworth, schooner, from Auckland. To-day. Wakatipu, s.s,, from Wellington. Albion, s.s., from Port Chalmers, Sailed. Saturday. Opawa, ship, for London. Penguin, s.s., for Wellington. Yesterday. Edith Reid, schooner, for Kaipara. To-day. Wakatipu, s.s., for the South. Albion, s.s., for Auckland, via the East Coast. Taiaroa, s. s., for Timaru and Dunedin. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, Yesterday. Arrived —Southern Cross, from Levuka. Sailed —Agnes McDonald, schooner, for Rarotonga; Taniwa, yacht, for Melbourne. Gbeymouth, Dec. 5. Arrived —Dec. 3rd, Grafton and Examiner, from Wellington ; Gleaner, from Melbourne ; Anthoros, from Lyttelton ; December -Ith, Isabella Anderson, from ptokitika; December sth, Murray, from Nelson. Sailed —December 3rd, Wallabi, for Wanganui; Charles Edward, for Nelson ; Awaroa, for Nelson ; Adieu, for Port Chalmers ; December 4th, Grafton, for Wellington. Port Chalmers, Yesterday. Arrived —4th, Hawea, s.s., from Oamaru ; Zephyr, brigantine, from Westport ; sth, Tauranga, schooner, from Greymouth ; Star of the South, s.s., from Tiraaru. Sailed —Waipa, ship, for London ; Albion, s.s., for the North.
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