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PORT OF LYTTELTON.

iVBA*HX& Rhpobt—Friday, Deo. 29. Wind—N.E. ; clear sky. Ua.ni. noon. 5 p.m. Barometer ... 3a09 30.14 20.19 Thermometer ... 66 69 70 High Watkb—Saturday, December 30. Morning, 10.46; evening, 11.18. Sun rises, 4.25 a.m.; sets, 7.41 p.m. Abbived—December 29. Hauroto, s.s., 1958 tons, Neville, from Sydney, via Wellington. Passengers— Misses Watson, McLeaD, Colgrove (2), Mesdames Eve and family (3), Liggins, Barker and family (2), Watson, Kiogion and son, Messrs Eve, Levey, Nearae, Foley, Mcßae, Hooper, Simpson, Drew, and 25 steerage. Union Steamship Company, agents. Tasmania, a.s., 2250 tons, McGee, from Melbourne, via Auckland, Gisborne, Napier and Wellington. Passengers — Misses Jones, Wilcox, Wennan, Whitton, Flint, Andrews, Rice, Hinds, Higgott, Bassatt, Harrington, Reeves, Bews, Mesdames Wallis, Kaue, Oakwook,Meiklejohn, Hauasman and 2 children, Wennan, Greig and child, Barrot, Nicoll, MeWiiliams, Ellis, Potts, Waddington, Brown and child, Messrs Thutte, Murphy, Peekey, Meiklejohn (2), Cross (2), Whiting, Wallis, Gatlan, Hodge, Sloan, Harvey, Ferguson, Hughes, Hansman, Granger, Chanrier, Greig, Lightband, Baker, Jo'inson, Marriott, Nicol, Gould, Martin, Shaw, Ellis, Harris, Coles, Hill, Potts, and 70 steerage. Kinsey and Co., agents. Rotomahana, s.s., 1727 tons, Allman, from Sydney via Northern ports. Passengers—Misses Leitch (2), Richardson, Barry, Nott, Francis, Kilgour, Heat, Brodie, Gibson, Brierly, Aiiken, German, Johnstone, Tring, two sisters of St. Joseph, Best, Goldie (3), Gorrei, George Bold, Western, King, Maddison, McLean, Cromp, Wall (2), Kelman, Duckworth, Harland, Ogier, Wakeham, Mesdauies Leitch and child, Sargison and children, Lirgen, Clark, Clonting, Connelly and childreu, Kelly, Milne, Johnstons, Reynolds, Graham and. two children, Gibson, Jackson, Miller, Goldie, Gorie, Straw, Tweedie and children, Sowersby, Garrett and child, Mioses and child, Maddison, McLean, . Scott and child, Mills, Thomas, Brient and child, Wigram, Wright, Battlen and child, Darce, Cook, Hon. Langhans, Revs. Sargison, Grey, Findlay, Ward, Dr. Alexander, Captain Clark, Messrs White, Leitch (2), Lui'gei), Clark, Morris, Mcloevney, Cuthbertson, Filz, Morgan, Strike, Crampton, Ferguson, Watson, Stewart, Hayter, Clonting, Bonynge, Riercie, Cole, Careys, Ganard, Francis, Thompson, Milligan, Aitken, Wilson, Allen, Munro, McKane, Kelly, Milue, AleKenzie, Harell, Reed, Kendall, Eggers, Giaham, Wright, Cook, Wheeler, Kossiter, Best, Miller, Goldie, Harvey, Garrett, Youngson, Minns, Bold, Warden, Laniblyn,. Kelman, Manderson, Lloyd, Meloy, Moncrieff, Butler, Stratford, Rees, Thompson, Mark, Cook, Crothy, Wigram, Leigh ton, Ross, Wright, .Robinson, Piue, Bowker, Salmou, Compland, Kmpsou, Ante tell, Heatley, Wakeham, Kirkly, Cook sud child. Kilgour, Master Harvey, and ninety steerage. Union Steamship Company, agents. Sailed—December 29. Janet Nicol, 5.3., 776 tons, McDonald, for Gieymouth. Union Steamship Company, agents. ...•"-. Rotomahana, s. s., 1727 tons, Allman, for Sydney, via Northern ports. Passengers — For Wellington—Misses Archer, Buxton, Eagle, Grand;- Hartop, Haminon, Ward, Henderson, . Pheney,, Buckley, Mathias, Taylor, Buchanan, Spence (2), Pemberton, Button, Mesdames Tapley, Buckley, lanes, Aldersley, Clouting, Messrs Brooke, Clapperton, Coles, Mercei , , Cooper, Glass, Sanderson, palgleisb, McGillan, Cummings, Tapling, Hayter, Cole, Bonynge, Clouting, Cooper, Cook, Darling, Williams. For Napier — Misses Watkins, Loader, Messrs Pentice, Bdlton, White. For Auckland—Misses Pavitta (4), Preece, Jones, Lowry, Jakins, Mesdames Maskew, Jonas, Messrs Tanner, Kinrietray, Jonas, Owles, Frost. For Sydney—Misses Glanville, Higgins, Mesdame3 Opie, Miller, Glanville, McNicdl, Captain Wood, Messrs Fritz, Opie, Thompson, Milligan, McNicol, Ethell, Brodie, Cuthbertson, Stuart, Tippler. Union Steamship Co., agents. Jane DougJas, s.s., 95 tons, Whitby, for Akaroa. Cuff and Graham, agents. BgTasmania, 8.8., 2250 tons, McGee, for Sydney, via Northern ports. Passengers from Lyttelton— For Wellington — Mesdames Hunter, Bruge, Gilbert, McKellar, Misses Gilbert, Gresswell, Messrs Bruge, Seourton, McKellar. For Napier—Miss Reid. For Auckland—Mrs Burns, Misses Murray, Barns, .Messrs Ellis, Kelly, Jamieson, Garty. For'Sydney—Mesdames Redpath, Reay and 2 children, Messrs" Eden George, Redpath,, Ross, Russell, Lemraon, Crozier, 20 steerage, and 21 return excursionists from Sydney. , Imports. Rotomahana—From Auckland—lo cases syrup, 24 cases fiuit, 168 bags cement. 282 bales twine, 460 bags sugar, 49 pkgs. From Wellington—6 baled leather, 1 horse, 5 boxes soap, 3 pkga. ■ Tasmania—From Sydney—36s chests tea, 1 case iron, 9 coils rope, 2 boxes paintings, 1 box castings, 30 cases acid, 1 case tobacco, 27 pkgs sundries. Exports. Takapuna — For Wellington —27 bales wool, 144 trusses hay, 29 pigs, 100 boxes, 44 pkgu. For Wanganui—2o.cases oil, 44 sks seed, 2 pkgs. For Blenheim—l 3 pkgs. For ranges, 2 pkga rake, 1 pkg. For New Plymouth—lo72 bags salt, 4 pkgs harrows, 1 pkg. For Manukau—■l7 pkgs and cases. Penguin—Fpr Wellington—l 6 gunnies onions, 1 pkg. For Nelson—lo bags flour, 13 sks bran, 30 sks wheat, 10 pkgs. For Blenheim — 6 pkgs. T?or, Wanganui—6 pkgs. . Tarawera Sydney—2o ecks wheat, 6 pkgs. > . , Flora—For Wellington—4 bales wool, 175 scks chaff, 1 case glass, 3 cases bacon, 5 pkgs . binder, 10 pkga. For Wanganui—6 cases stout, 400 scks wheat. For Foxton— 4 bales hay, 1 roller. For Westport—l case bacon. For Greymouth—3 hhds ale, 2 crates. For Hokitika—l crate.

Tasmania—JTor Wellington—l horae and cart, 50 ska flour, 30 eks cnaff, 134 cases tea, 20 boxes tea, 37 pkgs. For Napier—4 cases tea, 3 sks oatmeal, 8 pkgs. - For Auckland —14 cases: acid, 20 boxes soap, 3 cases pickles, 20 sks flour. For Sydney—so sks bran, 310 bales 38 cases and pkgs machinery, 17 pkgs sundries.

Messrs Huddart, Parker and Co.'a steamer Tasmania, Captain MeGee, arrived yesterday morning from the North, and sailed in the evening for Sydney, via Wellington and Northern ports*.; : ; The a.s. Mararoa, whicia arrived yesterday morning, brought down a large number of passengers, a list of whom is given above. . She returned in the evening with a considerable-number of excursionists.

The 8.8. Janet Nicol sailed yesterday afternooD, her destination being changed from Westport to Greymouth. The attention of pleasure-seekers is directed to an advertisement re excursion trips by the steamers Canterbury and John Anderson on Monday next. The latter boat will not run to Port Levy on that day, bat will make a special trip to that port on Sunday (to-morrow), leaving Lytteltpn. at 10.5 a.m.

The s.B. Hauroto, Captain Neville, arrived in Port yesterday at 2 10 p.m. Her purser, Mr J. W. Massey, reports leaving Sydney at 6 p.m. on the 23rd, and arriving at Wellington at 3 p.m. on the 28th. Left again 9.15 p.m. same day. Experienced fine weather and smooth sea. throughout the passage. The New Zealand Shipping Company's ship Carlisle CesUe completed her loading for London on Thursday, and went out into tbe stream early yesterday morning. She will probably sail to-day. Mr A. Salvesen, purser of the s.s. Botomahana, to whom we.are indebted for files, reports; —The s.B. Rotoinah&na left Sydney on the 20th instant, about 4.30 p.m., aad cleared south heads at sp.m. ; on the 23rd, at 10,55* sighted the Three Binge and rounded North Cape 3,20 a.m. on the 24th, arriving at Auckland at 5 p-m. same day. Left again at noen on 26fch, called at Napier on the 27th, and left there at 4,30 p.m., and arrived at Wellington yesterday morning at eight. Left again at 5.15 p> m, ; had Cape

Campbell abeam at 8.7 p.m., and entered Godley Heads at 5.40 a.in., arriving at 6,15. Had fine weather and light variable winds throughout the trip. The Tasmania, which arrived in Lyttelton yesterday, left Sydney with 276 passengers, saloon and steerage, and so great was the demand for berths in this vessel the agents had to decline booking any more.

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PORT OF LYTTELTON., Press, Volume L, Issue 8678, 30 December 1893

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