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PORT OP LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Stella, 0.G.5., from Wellington. Cleopatra, brigantine, from Greymouth. Wild Wave, schooner, from Pelorus Sound. Mary King, schooner, from Havelock. Emerald, ketch, from Foxton. Examiner, barque, from Greymouth. Prince Alfred, baiquentine, from Hokischooner, from Wellington. Comet, ketch, from Pelorus Sound. Croydon Lass, schooner, from Waitipu. Thames, ketch, from Pelorus Sound. Esther, Iqrigantine, from Pelorus Sound. Albatross, schooner, from Wellington. Cutty Sark, schooner, from Kenepuru. To-day. Wakatipdv 8.8., from Sydney, via Wellington. Wanaka, 8.8., from the North. Sailed, as Yesterday. Isabella,:brigantine, for Foxton. Clyde, sofcqofipr. for Picton. Julius Yogel, schooner, for Foxton. SHEPTIIfG TELEGRAMS. , r oWniiDTOTON, Yesterday. Anau,, s.s., from the South ; Wanaka, from the North ; Kennedy, from.Nalson and West Coast; Australind, barque, from Newcastle. Sailed—T6 Anau, for Auckland, via East Coast Kennedy,; for Nelson and East Coast- _ Wellington, To-day. Arrived—Lady Agnes, barque, from New YorbJ ,:Kl . Timabu, Yesterday. Arrived—Hawea, from Westport; Awaroa, from Lyttelton ; Waitaki, from Dunedin. ni jSailed—Hawea, Waitaki, and Zior, for Dunedin, r ■Poet Chalmers, Yesterday. Sailed—Albion, for Melbourne. The Marksworthy steamer, has arrived from Sydney. She is under charter to the Westport Colliery Company. She spoke to the fishing smack .Norval of Kaikouras, who wished to be reported.

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 508, 3 December 1881

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 508, 3 December 1881

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