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SHIPPING.

PORT OF LYTTELTON. Arrived. To-day. Wanaka, b. s., from Wellington. Sailed. Yesterday. Rotomahana, s.s., for Wellington and North. Grafton, s.s., for Oamaru. To-day. Weatherfield, ship, for Queenstown or Falmouth, for orders. Wanaka, s.s., for Port Chalmers, via Akaroa. The ship Waikato has been placed on the berth at London for Auckland, to bring out Messrs Grant and Foster s settlers for Te Aroha lands. The brigantine Camille sailed from New York for Auckland and Lyttelton on April Ist. Loading at New York—Barque Glenariff, for Dunedin direct. She will probably clear about April 23rd, and has the privilege of Wellington as a second port. Loading at Boston —Barque Bryan Ivor, for Dunedin and Lyttelton She will probably clear on April 16th. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, Yesterday. Sailed Southern Cross, for Fiji; barque, East Lothian, for Newcastle; Ringarooma, for the South. New Plymouth. Yesterday. Sailed—Penguin, for Nelson and the South. ■ A , Wellington, Yesterday. Arrived—Wanaka, from Picton and Nelson ; Endeavor, from Oamaru ; Taiaroa, from the South. Sailed —Hawea, for the North ; Australind, barque, for Newcastle. Port Chalmers, Yesterday. Araived —Te Anau, s.s., from the East Coast ; Defence, brigantine, from Wanganui. Sailed—Te Anau, s.s., for Melbourne, via the Bluff

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 337, 6 May 1881

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 337, 6 May 1881

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