TORT OP LYTTELTON. Arri Tad. Tistudat. Endeavour, brigantine, from Wellington. To-dat, Hawea, s. s., from the North. Mahinapua, a.a., from Oamaru. Sailed. Yesterday. Rotorua, a.a., for Wellington. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, Yesterday. Sailed Logunatta, for Newcastle; Telegraph, for Routea; Ringarooma, for the South. Wellington, Yesterday. Arrived Taiaroa, from the South; Wanaka, from Taranaki and Manukau; Aurora, schooner, from tho East Coast. Sailed—Wanaka, for Nelson; Ta : aroa, for the North; Tui, for Kaikoura and Lyttelton. Gretmouth, Yesterday. _ The three vessels which left here this afternoon —Anthons, Clarinda, and Annie Hill—have been detained exactly a fortnight waiting for coals, solely because of tho want of proper storage. The only reserve possible being what is contained in about 100 trucks. Dunedin, Yesterday. Sailed —Bells, barque, for Lyttelton; Te Anau, 'for Melbourne via the Bluff; Acacia, for Hobart.
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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 795, 17 November 1882
SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 795, 17 November 1882
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