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PORT OF LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Dido, schooner, from Waitapu. Herald, schooner, from Foxton. Seagull, brigantine, from Port Chalmers. _ Omaha, brigantine, from Chatham Islands. Clio, schooner, from Waitapu. Reward, schooner, from Waitapu. Esther, brigantine, from Pelorus Sound. Crbydoh Lass, schooner, from Waitapu. Prince Alfred, barqucntine, from Pelorus Sound. ' ‘ * ..bailed.. - Yesterday. Kenilworth, schooner, for Auckland. Grafton; s.s., for Wellington. Wakatipu„s. s. for Wellington. Clematis, brig/for Hokkinga. Neptune, brig; for Newcastle. Island City barque, for Newcastle. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. r. Auckland, Yesterday. Arrived—Pirate, schooner, from Rarotonga ; Oceola, brigantine, from Melbourne ; Rhqderick Dim, brigantine, from Dunedin* - ■ Wellington, Yesterday. Arrived —Tui, from Kaikoura and Lyttelton ; Rotorua, from the South. Sailed—Borealis, for Lyttelton. The Rotorua sails for Auckland, via the East Coast, to-night. Timaru, Yesterday. Arrived—Kate McGregor, from Auckland. ’ Port Chalmers, Yesterday. Arrived—Oreti, s.s., from Northern Ports ; Adieu, barquentine, from Greymouth. Freetrader, barque, from Hobart Town. Penguin, s.s., from Northern ports. Sailed —William and Jane, schooner, for the Coast. Port Chalmers, To-day. Arrived—Taiaroa, s.s., from Timaru, Arrived—Taranaki, ship, from London, 89 days out, all well ; Ned White, from New York. Adelaide, To-day. Arrived—Orient Steamship Company’s s.s. Potosi, from Plymouth.

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 214, 11 December 1880

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 214, 11 December 1880

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