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PORT OP LYTTELTON. Arrived. Yesterday. Go-Ahead, b.s., from Wellington. Wakatu, b.b. from Wellington. Cleopatra, brigantine, from Greymoath. Courier, ketch, from Pigeon Bay. ' Volunteer, schooner, from Hickory, lizzie Guy, brigantine, from Hokitika. To-day. Wanaka, b.b., from Wellington. Rotorua, s.a., from Wellington. I,' Sailed. VvCTIfTMIiV Stella, C.G.S., for Southern lighthouses. Agnes Donald, schooner, for Greymouth. . Go-Ahead, s. s., for Wellington. >s,Wakatu, s.s., for Wellington SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. jt,* Auckland, Yesterday. Sailed—Southern Cross, for the South; Transit, for Suva; the Loch Fleet and the Loch Urr, for Newcastle, sailed together, and an interesting race is anticipated. Wellington, Yesterday. Arrived—-Rotorua, from Auckland via the Bast Coast; Wanaka, from Nelson and “Picton; Hawea, from the South ; Charles Edward, from Nelson ; Hauraki, from Wanganui and the West Coast ports; Taiaroa, from Taranaki and Manukau. \; Sailed—Hawea, from Pic*on and Nelson ; Tui, for Kaikoura and Lyttelton ; Charles Edward, for Nelson and the West Coast. Timard, Yesterday. Arrived—William and Jane, from Bluff; Enterprise, from Stewart’s Island; Waitaki, from Dunedin. Sailed —Waitaki, for the South. Dunedin, To-day. Arrived Rotoraahana, from Melbourne. _______

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 818, 14 December 1882

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 818, 14 December 1882

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