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PORT OP LYTTELTON. Arrived. To-day. Penguin, a.s., from the North. Sailed. Yesterday. Saucy Lass, schooner, for Wellington. Hawea,s.s., for Wellington. To-day. Penguin, s. s., for Port Chalmers. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Port Chalmers, Yesterday. Arrived —Arawata, irom the North. Sailed—Jane Anderson, for Wanganui. Wellington, Yesterday. Arrived —Wakatipu, from the South. Sailed —Wakatipu, for Sydney ; Australind, barque, for Newcastle ; Hannah Barrett, schooner for Lyttelton. London, June 21. Arrived Ship Lady Jocelyn, from Lyttelton. New York. June 21. Arrived—Ship Hunda Isle, from Auckland. _ Melbourne, June 22. Arrived Ringarooma, this morning, from the Bluff.

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 377, 23 June 1881

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 377, 23 June 1881

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