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- PORT OF WELLINGTON.

ARRIVALS. June 4— Ellen, 243 tons, Laws, from Newcastle June 4 A. W. Stephens 471 tons. Brown, from Newoflstle Jxme 4-^-Wanganui. 1(14 tons, Linklalrr, from Wanganui June s— William and Mary, 22 tons, Milo, Havelock

DEPARTURES. June 4— Otago, s.s. 457 tons, W. Smith, for Lyttelton and Dunedin

VE="SEt-S IN PORT. Rangoon, barque, from Napier Alert, from Manawatu Omega, from Newoastla Esther, lirigantine Gannett, cutter Sarah, from Orongonongo Pearl, from Havelock Berar, ship, Hall, from London Alert, from Wairau Dart, schooner, from Sydney Lubra, from Newcastle Ravenscraig. from Port Underwood Streamlet, from Oamara Sea Serpent, from navetock Heather Bell, from Sydney Mosquito, cutter, frora Havelock Manakau, from Newcastle Banshee, Pfrom Kaipora Rubyi from Kai Extras Shepherded, from Flaxburne Caledonia:, from Hokitika Crest of the Wave, from Christohureh

EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Claud Hamilton, from Melbourne, via Auckland Chapman, ship, from London

PROJECTED DEPAKTITHES. Claud Hamilton, s.s, for Pictou, Nelson, and Melbourne

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PORT OF WELLINGTON., Evening Post, Issue 100, 5 June 1865

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PORT OF WELLINGTON. Evening Post, Issue 100, 5 June 1865

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