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■,l JfORT OF LYTTELTON. ' 1 "* * ’ ’ • ' < Arrived. Saturday. Hawea, s.s., from Nelson, Picton, and Wellington. 1 Mahinapua, as., from Port Chalmers. Otaapere, s. s., from Port Chalmers. JBawea, s. s., from Akaroa. Edwin Bassett, barque, from Wellington. Yesterday. Rotorua, s.a., from Port Chalmers. Wakatu, 5.6. from Wellington. X*och-Gree,-barque, from Newcastle. Sea Bird, brigantine, from Hokianga. Emperor, brig, from Newcastle. Mount Lebanon, barquentine, from Newcastle. Wild Wave, b.'.rque, from Hobart. . Mary King, schooner, from Kaipara. Clematis, ketch, from Pelorus Sound. Jannett, ketch, from Kaiapoi. E. and U. Cameron, schooner, from Hhstory. Catherine, ketch, from Okain’s Bay. To-day. Rotorua, s.'s., from Dunedin. Sailed. -. Saturday. Hawea, s.s., for Wellington. Omapere, s.s., for Wellington and East Coapt. Mahinapua, s.s., for Wellington. City of Bombay, barque, for Newcastle. Hawea, s.s., for Akaroa. .Pleiades, ship, for London. G-. M. Tucker, barque, for Newcastle. Splendid, barque, for the South Sea Whaling Ground. Sarah, and Mary, brigantine, for Greymouth. Dapet Ramsay, schooner, for Gatlin’s river.; ’ Oceari Bird, ketch, for Anahau. Clio, schooner, for Waitapu. Yesterday. Saucy Lass, schooner, for Wellington. Celestia, barque, for Westport.

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SHIPPING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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SHIPPING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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