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The Sir Jphn Franklin arrived from Port Stephens late- on Sunday night, with a cargo of hardwood, on account of Messrs Pitcaithly, Wallace and Co., who send her back to Port Stephens for another cargo of hardwood.

The Poherua arrived from Westport at seven o'clock this morning. The Huia is loading produce for Kaipari! on. account of Messrs Pitcaithiy, Wallace and Co.

The Thetia is roturning to Lyttelton from Port Chalmers. The Shaw.-Saviil ship Zealandia, which is from Tinyvru to be Socked, ifl to be docked in Lyttelton next week. The Dudhope, from. Capetown, had fine ■weather till November 16th, when she encountered dense fogs, continuing till November 20th. Captain Low has brought hie fine ship into harbour in excellent order. She is moored at No. 4 wharf. The Spithead steamer is expected to arrive here from Timaru about Friday next. She ia to take.about 70,000 ska of oats for South Africa. . ~ The s.s. Hinemoa will arrive at iflrttelton on Wednesday next, the 29th instant, and will sail on the-same day fpr the southern lighthouses and the West Coast Sounds and Eays. Shippers are advised to forward their goods as early, as possible.

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Press, Press, Volume LVI, Issue 10514, 28 November 1899

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Press Press, Volume LVI, Issue 10514, 28 November 1899

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