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SHIPPING.

PORT OF LYTTELTON.

Arrived. Yesterday'. Tui. s.s., from Stoneyhurst. Emperor, brig, from Newcastle. > Elibank Castle, schooner, from Catlm s River. To-day. Rotorua, s.s. from Melbourne via the South. Penguin, s.s, from Wellington. Grafton s.s., from Wellington. Sailed. Yesterday. Oreti; s.s., for Timaru. Tui, s.s, for Kaikoura. To-day'.

Penguin, s.s.. for Akaroa and Port Chalmers.

SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.

Auckland, Yesterday. Arrived —Dunloe, ship, from London ; H.M. schooner Electric, from Fiji. Sailed —Southern Cross, for Mahia. Wellington, Yesterday.

Sailed-—Grafton for the South ; G. M. Tucker, barque for Newcastle ; Kiwi, for for Napier and Castlepoint. Greymouth, Yesterday. Arrived—Kennedy and Wallace, from the South.

Sailed Examiner, for Lyttelton ; Gleaner, for Nelson ; Anthons, for Wellington. Timaru, Yesterday. Arrived Especulador, barque, from Newcastle.

Timaru, To-day. Arrived—Oreti, s.s., from Lyttelton. Port Chalmers, Yesterday. Arrived Arawata, s s., from the North.

Sailed—Zealandia, ship, for London ; Rotorua, s.s., for Sydney, via Auckland and intermediate ports. Melbourne, Yesterday. Sailed—Ringarooma, s.s., for the Bluff.

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 212, 9 December 1880

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