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THE MONOWAI.

[PER PBBSS ASSOCIATION.]

Dunedin, May 27. . The'Monowai/ the latest and largest addition to the Union Company's fleet arrived in^f>ort last night, having left Greenock on April 5. The remarkable feature of her passage is the fact that her engines worked continuously from the hour of her departure till her arrival. She wiU be followed by the Rotokino and Taionui. There is every probability of her being put on to make a cheap winter excursion to Sydney, via Cook Strait. Her passengers are:—For Dunedin : Mr and Mrs William Mills, Misses Mills, Miss Thomson, and Miss. Alice Williams ; second saloon —Mrs Jane McLean and i family (4), Miss Ferguson, Messrs A. McGregor, George Grey, and W. McFadyen. For Wellington—second saloon—Mr H. Fullerton. For Wanganui —saloon—Mrs J. Saunders, Master G. aridE. J. Saunders.

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THE MONOWAI., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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THE MONOWAI. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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