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J*OBT OP LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Mary King, schooner, from Kaipara. Clematis, ketch, from Pelorus Sound. Wakatu, s.s,, from Wellington. To-dat. Wakatipu, s. a., from Port Chalmers. Sailed. Yesterday. Manapouri, s.s., for Port Chalmers. Wanaka, b.b., for Wellington. Wakatu, as., for Kaikoura and Wellington. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, Yesterday. Arrived—City of Sydney, from Sydney; Longana, from Hobart. The City of Sydney sailed for San Francisco this afternoon. Wellington, Yesterday. Captain Mob >y, of the ship Mercia, reports that on the voyage from London, when 150 miles off Pernambuco in 8.26 south 31.42 west he sighted the barque Llama, of Liverpool, homeward bound, and then in a sinking condition. He offered assistance, but the captain of the Llama declined, saying that he had done all that was possible, and the crew _ refused to work any more. He had eight feet of water in the hold, and the vessel was sinking. His crew had the boats out, and everything was ready to leave. The cap tain said he intended remaining by his vessel until she settled down, and then with the boats wou’d head for Pernambuco. The weather was then fine and calm. The Llama was an iron barque of small tonnage, apparently twenty-five years old. On assistance being declined the Mercia stood on her way. Dunedin, Yesterday. Sailed—Star of the South, for Westport. m , Dunedin, To-day, Arrived Wandering Chief, barque, from New York. __________

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 788, 8 November 1882

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 788, 8 November 1882

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