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■ TORT OF LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Aniie Hill, brigantine, from Bluff. Auii.tralind, barque from Newcastle. OnWard, schooner, from Pelorus Sound. To-day. Penguin, s.s., from Wellington. Ro;omal?ana, s. s., from Port Chalmers« Sailed. Yesterday. Gatlin, ketch, for Gatlin’s River. Tut, 8.5., for Kaikaoura and Wellmg40Prince Alfred, barquentine, for Pelorus Sound. To-day. Rotomahana, s.s., for Wellington and the North. Penguin, s.s., for Dunedin.


Auckland, Yesterday. Sailed —Coromandel, for Napier ; for liondon ; Linda Weber, for Sydr 9V* A vessel, supposed to be the Roman Empire, from London, passed Russell to day. I ’ Wellington, Yesterday. Arrived —Penguin, from Picton and Kelson ; Grafton and Hawea, from the South. „ , , , Sailed—Julius Vogel, schooner, for Havelock ; Grafton, for West Coast, j Txmaru, Yesterday. The Steamer Liliie Denham, which left this'Port for Dunedin yesterday, broke dowi; off Oamaru, and had to return. , Oamaru, Yesterday. Arrived—Elizabeth Graham, from Lon--OD* | Dunedin, Yesterday. Ai'rived —Te Anau, from the North; Energy and Alfred Hawley, froin Newcastle ; B. Webster, from Boston, October 4th. Sa led—Mary Ogilvie, for Napier.

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 538, 19 January 1882

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 538, 19 January 1882

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