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PORT OF LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Fawn, brig, from Newcastle. Spray, schooner, from Hokitika. To-day. Waimate, ship, from London. Grafton, s.s., from Dunedin. Sailed. Yesterday. Prince Rupert, ketch, for Timaru. 8.-.riL Taiaroa, s.s., for Akaroa and South. Zior, schooner, for Timaru. Clematis, ketch, for D’Urville’s Island. ' - Arrival of the Waimate. Tha N.Z. Company’s ship Waimate arrived from London this morning, after a grand passage Of 68 days from the Eddystone. She brings 26 passengers, all well. J. J. Conolly, a saloon passenger died on the ypyage from phthisis, and an ordinary ;'.Beaman died from effusion of blood on the 'JEhe Waimate was loading when, ; the .steamer Northumberland loft Lpndon, ’ .’Hie Northumberland thus heating the -Waimate only seven days on the passage. The .-time of the Waimate’s passage is second only to that made by the Olliver Lang, in 1869. -Jn-)' SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. ;;.y'n - Jfi o;;V'4 - Wellington, Yesterday. * Sailed—Wanaka, for the North. . Westport, Yesterday. ' Sailed—Examiner, barque, for Dunedin. ~ r ' u .. Timaru, Yesterday. Arrived—George - Noble, from Newcastle. - ; : * - Sailed —Mary Bannatyne, for Wellington ; Graf ton, for the West Coast. \J] ; PpitTUHALMBife, Yesterday, t • "Amved— I Te Ariau, from LyfteltbhT Sailed—Te Anau, for Melbourne, via the Bluff. Melbourne, Yesterday. G'Arrived—Ringarooma, from the Eluff; Sydney, Yesterday. Sailed;—Rotoraahana, for Auckland. : . Albany, Yesterday. ' The P: 1 and G. Company’s steamship Hydaspes, from Gallo, with the inward Suez mail, dated London, December 3rd, arrived at King George’s Sound to-day.

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 236, 7 January 1881

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 236, 7 January 1881

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