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PORT OP LYTTELTON. Arrived. Saturday. Star of the South, s.s., from Westport. Bee, schooner, from Foxton. Taiaroa, s.s., from Port Chalmers. Eingarooma, s.s., from Wellington. Yesterday. Sarah Scott, barque, from Dunedin. To-day. Opawa, ship, from London, with six passengers and general cargo. Sailed. Saturday. Taiaroa, S.S.. for Wellington. Eingarooma, s.s., for Port Chalmers. Yesterday. Comet, ketch, for Picton. Elizabeth Curie, schooner, for Kenepuru. TTannah Barrett, schooner, for • Wellington. Saucy Lass, schooner, for Wellington. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Port Charmers, Saturday. Arrived—Araby Maid, from London. Melbourne, Saturday. Arrived —Rotorua, s.s., from the Bluff, yesterday.

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 392, 11 July 1881

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 392, 11 July 1881

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