PORT OF LYTTELTON. Arrived. Saturday. Annie, cutter, from Wanganui. Emerald, ketch, from Foxcon. Waipara, s. s., from Greymoutli. Elizabeth, ketch, from Wellington. To-day. Hawea, s.s., from Wellington. Sailed. Saturday. Stella, O.G. s.s., for Akaroa. Hawea, s.s., for 'Wellington. Reward, schooner, for Nelson. Pelican, schooner, for Wellington. Seagull, brigantine, for Mannkau. Croydon Lass, for Waicapu. Malay, barque, for Newcastle. Dido, schooner, for Fox ton. Clio, schooner, for Waitapu. Edwin Bassett, barque, for Newcastle. Gatlin, ketch, for Gatlin’s River. Emperor, brig, for Newcastle. Examiner, barque, for Greymoutli. Clematis, ketch, for Timaru. Cleared. Saturday. Pet, barque, forNewcasde. The New Zealand Shipping Company’s ship AVaimate left London on October 23rd for this port, with twenty-seven passengers. She passed Deal next day, and was off the Isle of Wight on the 25th. The Euterpe left Gravesend on October 25th, for Wellington, and the Coromandel on the 29th ; the Margaret Galbraith for Auckland on the 29th, and the Palala for Otago, October 30th. The s.s. Northumberland, 1,358 tons, Captain Babot, left Gravesend for Wellington on October 23rd, and Plymouth on the 25th, consigned to the Now Zealand Shipping Company. She has between 140 and 150 passengers. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, Saturday. Arrived—Ketch Speedwell, from Norfolk Island. We llington, Dec. 18. Arrived —Grafton, from the South. Sailed —Alexa, barque for Napier. Hokitika, Dec. 19. Arrived—Star of the South and Spray, roin Northern ports. Port Chalmers, Dec. 10. Arrived—AVanaba, from the North ; Anthons, brigantine, from Greymoutli. Sailed —Freetrader, barque, for Hobart Town. London, Dec. 17. Arrived —Orient, s.s., from Australia.
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