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TheSghaw-Savill barque.Margaret Galbraithjnow duo ]n the colony from Gloucester |snpclnnd) with a cargo of 1,600 tons salt, uicle,r chapter to J. Berry and Co., of Christiiureh, does not come to Auckland direct.fas has been supposed.-' She first calls 4- Wellington,- whore she will land abani-talf her cargo,, and wrll thencqme on - to*KUiiffantrw"ith"flie reiiialnOor, aftorwards probably loading-up liere for the return voyagd'fco London. ■ She- is- now 100 days out frojn Sharpness to Wellington. Tv" --■-■■■ '• - • - - ••- a

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THE MARGARET GALBRAITH., Auckland Star, Volume XXI, Issue 164, 14 July 1890

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THE MARGARET GALBRAITH. Auckland Star, Volume XXI, Issue 164, 14 July 1890

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