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PORT OF LYTTELTON.

VfxxTBMM Bwaw-Oetober 4. _ Bam -Weaeier.Uneeksr. WuAJS.W., Hrfit BwHßeter, 30^;ehermometer,55. ffigh ifcaningTlS*; evening, 6 22.

A««rrro—October 4. CroydonLass, schooner, 51 tons, Moore, feemWaitapu. Caff and Grabam, agentetons, Andrews, from Waitapn. Cuff and Graham, agents. j Korf sehoener, 63 tons, Moore, from I M*velo<*.. faff and Graham, agents. Kotorua, «.s., 576 tons, Anderson, from Kelson, Picton, and Welling* <neera—Misses Canning, Plumbe, Hall, . fiesdames Canning/Walker, Messrs Can■ing Kalph, Webster, Cellen, McDonald, Scott, Wilson, and four steerage. Lnion SteamshiD Compaiir. agents. Hauroto, s.a., 1276 tons, Kennedy, from Sydney, vi* Wellington. Passengers— Mißses Miller, lagers, Ha«sett, Haddon, eavia, HoUiday, Adata, aJ»eterßogew,a2dthree steerage, enion Steamship Company, •' Tβ Asaa, s.e., 10.« tons, McQee, trom Melboarae, via southern ports. Pjjfswi- • gers - Captain McLeod. Mcssw Mites, Crowe, Linline, Gordon, Isnell, BOyd, and sixteen eteerage. Union Sfceainenip Ooxnr' ketch, 58 tons, Matheson, from Catlings Kiver. Caff and Graham,

of Bichmond, barque, 219 tons, dadee, from Newcastle. Wood, Sinclair Eliza' Kith, brlgantine, 143 tons, Black, Jtom Greymouth. Master, agent. y BATLKD— October 4. Sotorna, m., 576 tons, Andersen, for Duedin. "Union Steamship Company, aß Esuaabo, **~ 1267 ton 3, Kennedy, for Port Chalmers. Union Steamship Com1028 tons, MeGee, for Wellington and Northern Porte, x***®*sers—Mrs and Miss Owen, Miss Little, SerTjervois. Messrs MiteheU,Canmng, MoKenzie, Kennedy, Wadsworii, Palmer, - McNdl, DelanS Pickersgffl, Wilhs, £«jke,Hir3hber?,Lyfctile,Joßeph,Plaistead. Union Stoamship Company, agents. Wakatipn, s.s., 1153 tans, Wheeler, for Wellington and Sydney. Passengers—Moss Simpson, Mrs Malcolm and child, Messrs federli, Wymond, Parker, Simms. Union Steamship Company, agents. Imposts. • • Per Croydon Lass-33,500 i eet timber. ' Consignees—Montgomery and Co. Pe7Prince feet timber. Consignee—T. B.lioyd. Vex Mary sleepers, 7000 feet timber. Consignees—Booth and Co. Per Duke of Bichmond—49s tons coal. Consignees—McClatcbie and Mclnto3h. Per Tβ Anau, from Melbourne—24 cases dfctampagne, 3 sacks gum, 1 rack geiatiae, 5 cases chutnee, 1 case sauce, 200 bags rice, 3 rams. 2 cases plants, 4 cases cigars, 1 pkg Matting, 20 bars iron.l bale gunnies, 29 ptes tea, 156 pkgs. Prom Dunedin—rcase tobacco, 10 boxes plates, 8 ingots tin, 6 bales leather, 16 pkgs. From Bluff — 1 cask outers, 2 hods ale, 1 !*LIiW«J_»» C<msignees—Glen, Toomer Bros., Holland sad Wethey. J. Snath-Brown^ Eyrmg and Co., Sargpod, Son and Bwen, Haymanand Co.! Barber, Order,Bichardson, J. B.Wey, MJS. Shipping Comwuay. Hera, Eatam, Body, George and Walton, laghtband, Allan and Co., Aitken and Boberts, Lance, Edwards, Bennett and Co , Beath and Co., Socles, A. Dempster, Simpson, Nome, Urouhart, Parry, Proctor, Medding, Ote» Hug, Clark and Son, Pocock, Heimanson, Low and Co, Duncan and Son, J. Ingljs, Botanic _ Gardens, T. Cooper, Chryetall and-'Cp., J. Fisher, Watt Co., O-^CUbM^ -8. Lena. - lenargan and Co., BeitraTandCo., Walton and Co.,Tayling, Standard Sewing Machine Cempany, Kitson, Edwards, Brittan, Peroral, Miles and Co., Mies Khodes, Mrs Wfllis; Union Steamship Company. , Per Hauroto, from Sydney—l pkg circulars, 54 ingots copper, 1 case -watches, 6 teles kapok, 1 case bottles, 1 box lamp chimneys, 1 pkg musters, 1071 pkgs tea, 232 lalf-chests do, 331 boxes doi 533 pkgs sugar, 606C&SC3 fruit.3 pkga. From Welhngton ~ Stewart. StanHara a -: pany, Chrystall and Co., Edwards, Bennett and Co., Merewether, Union Steamship Company<

Exports. Per Hauroto—3 pkgs. Shippers—N.Z. Shipping CompanyPer Kotoraa—66 sacks grass seed, 5 cases tongues, 62 bndls Bides, 30 cheeses, 8 bales ' ilax, 4ipkgs. Shippers—Cuff and Graham, BeppereJl, Chiney, J. Bobinsou, Morgan, C. Coombs, Clarkeraon, J. Payten, Light. band, Allan and Co.

The barque Scottish Admiral is fast ailing up with grain'for London, for the 2T.Z. Grain Agency and Mercantile Com-

. "/ThebrigantineElizaFirtharrivedyesterday from Greymouth, after a passage of four days. v The barquentine Duke of Eichmond arrived from Newcastle-yesterday, after a passage of fifteen days, with a cargo of coal consigned to Messrs Mclntosh and McOatchie. ■ - The Union Company's steamer Hauroto arrived yesterday morning from Sydney, via Wellington. She left in the afternoon for Port Chalmers. «jTbe Westport Coal Company's steamship ' ■ Ka J l, *!j ri has been cleaned and painted, " and will probably come out of the dock to--«ay- Yesterday they were buey putting sew blades on her propeller, as two blades «f her old one were broken off on her „ voyage from Westport last trip. An accident occurred on board the . . fte&nier Tβ Anau yesterday afternoon. Whale the vessel was taking in cargo at the „ aatchway aft, Mr Bachardson, the second officer, was coming up the ladder, and in r aping so slipped and fell down on the floor of the steamer. He was not insensible when carried to his berth, where he was " attended to by Dr Macdonald, who set two angers of one of bis hands, and bound up rather a severe cut on his head. His injuries are in no way dangerous. The time ball yesterday at Lyttelton dropped three minutes late, viz., at 1.33, Greenwich mean time, instead of 1.30.

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PORT OF LYTTELTON., Press, Volume XXXIX, Issue 5631, 5 October 1883

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PORT OF LYTTELTON. Press, Volume XXXIX, Issue 5631, 5 October 1883

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