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PORT OF LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Mabel, barque, from New York, via Dunedin and Wellington. Circe, brigantine, from Greymouth. Clio, schooner, from Waitapu. Esther, brigantine, from Pelorus Sound. Hinemoa, C.G.S., from Wellington. Glamis, barque, from Newcastle. Maud Graham, schooner, from Greymouth- . Saucy Lass, schooner, from Wellington. To-day.

Hawea, s.s., from the North, with the San Francisco mail. Beautiful Star. s.s.,from Port Chalmers.

' Sailed. Yesterday. Clyde, schooner, for Hokianga. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Wellington, Yesterdfvy. Arrived— Charles Edward, from Nelson and the West Coast; Spec, schooner, from Greymouth ; Albion, from the South. Sailed—Charles Edward, for Nelson. Timaru, Yesterday. Arrived Margaret Galbraith, ship, from Auckland. Sailed Go-ahead, for Wellington ; Taiaroa, for Dunedin. Port Chalmers, Yesterday. Arrived—Penguin, s.s., from the North. Sailed— Tararua, for Melbourne, via Bluff. Bluff, To-day. The New Zealand Shipping Company’s ship Waitara made a start yesterday, but the wind fell away and forced her to take the passage inside the lightship. She grazed the rocks, but sustained no damage, and "is making no water; She will probably proceed' to-day. Her cargo is wool. Melbourne, Yesterday. Arrived —Rotorua, s.s., from the Bluff. London, March 10. Arrived— St. Leonards, from Wellington ; Eernglen, from Auckland ; Hedwig, from Oamaru ; Timaru, from Port Chalmers.

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 291, 12 March 1881

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 291, 12 March 1881

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