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POET OP LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Jannett, ketch, for Waitapu. Emerald, ketch, for Foxton. To-day. Wanaka, s.s., from Port Chalmers. Albion, 3.5., from Sydney, via Northern ports. Sailed. . -.To-day. Albion, s.a., for Melbourne, via the South. , . _ i Wanaka, s.s., for the North. fcsasws* - - . - ■ - The manager'Of the New Zealand Shipping Company at Dunedin has received thS* following, re the Araby Maid, dated. 2nd December “ The whole of the ■ out, and as the* tides ao -frill be ihade tb ‘get 1 tfre f ship* off ! % large- swtlon of the cargo is uninjured!. The condition of the hull cannot yet be accurately adberteined, anditflk yet doubtful if the vessel can be repaired : °to enable her to Carry on her cargo -within a reasonable tithe: Tire Board of Trade inquiry into' the cause of .the disaster has not yet been held. bTtie 7 master 1 of the Araby Maid attributes the ’ accident to the' Loch Fyne trrongly riding at anchor with her side ligfits burning, thUs ; causing him to suppbseiherWassV‘yesaelf uhder .TOy/fciid l *o alter hisr owh : ship's ■ course. The fj»ll cirbutnstiances will come out in the inquiry.! . Meantime,' we are doing all we can. fJr. interests, as the delay arid kafc'totokny will be very serious.”v: ;v?'w-.lfM: > f __ ’ ■<' •• ::;,?iftgripa ieleobams. : Arrived Margaret Galbrajth from ■ .. . ; ' -i '* ' /Wellington, Yesterday.' r from. Hobart Town, , for’ PicEon ahd.iNelBon ; Neptune, for Newcastle ; Go-

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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