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Shipping Telegrams.

Wellington, June 21.—Takapuna, for Lyttelton. Passengers: Mi« Overend, Messrs Pike, Vollcr, Jaokman, Manncring, and Loughlon. —Brussels, barque, for Lyttelton. Tairua, Juno 21. Yesterday forenoon, Catlin, timber ladon.for Duncdin. Sho has been dotained for three dayß by bad weather. Sydney, June 21.—Tarawera, for Auckhnd. Aluany, June 21. F. and O. Company's Arcadia. Passengers for New Zealard: Mrs Douglas, Mr Ingham, Dr Hunter and wife, Hon. Mr Peter.

Auckland, June 22.—The Mariposa arrived at 8 a.m. from San Francisco. She called at Tutuila, and rnado tho lun down in 181 l:jh. Passengers for New Zealand : Mcsr3 Bcatcont. Ilia, and Nation ; three in the steerage. Mr Speight, Chief Commissioner of the Victorian Railways, and Mr Qoodchap, ex-Commissioner <;f the New South Wales Radways, are amongst the Sydney passengers. Her cargo includes 24 eases of rubber goods, 400 cases of canned goods for Wellington ; 124 cases of canned goods for Nelson; 150 do for Dunedin; ICO do for Napier; 6 cases of lubber boots and 9 c*ses merchandise for Lyttelton. She sailed at 2.10 p.m. for Sydney. Bluff, June 22. —1 p.m., Waihora, for Melbourne—The Hauroto leaves for Melbourne at

4 p m. Newcastle, June 22.—Excelsior, for Duncdin.

Melbourne, June 21.—Pukaki, for the Bluff. London, June 21.—Tho Ulenbervie, from Lyttelton, has arrived at Rotterdam.

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Shipping Telegrams., Issue 7940, 22 June 1889

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Shipping Telegrams. Issue 7940, 22 June 1889

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