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Shipping Telegrams

Sydney, November 3.—To Anau, from Auckland.— Hauruto, from Wellington. Bi.ui'K, November 4.—Arrived, Manapouti, at 9.30 a.m. She left Williamstown at 5 p.m. on the 29th, e'eared Port Phillip Heads at 7.10 pm; passed Swan light at 0.30 p.m next day, and arrived at Hobart at 5.15 a.m. on the 81st; loft Hobart at 9 p.m. the sanse day; at 8 a.m. on the 3rd passed a white painted schooner bound west; breasted the Solanders at 4 a.m. this morning, and arrived as above. Had fine weather throughout the passage _ till the 3rd ; thence heavy rain till arrival. For the Bluff—Messrs Worthington, Dalgließh, Ashcr, Eorrie, Conliffe, and Samson. For Dunedin—Miss T*ylor, Mesdamcs Roughton and Miller, Messrs Innes, Bowie, Dale, Carter, Miller (2), Burgcs.*, Humble, Dench, Johnston, Davis, and Service. For Lyttelton—Mesd*mcß Harris 12), Glecson, and Saunders, Misses Newton, Horton, Magson (2), and Cridland, Messrs Carson, Way, Eveiett, Magaon, and Harris (2). For Wellington—Misses Lano and Barker, Mesdamcs Lambert and child, Barker, Crnickshank, and Watts, Messrs Lane, Brown, Hight, Engles, Lyall, and Dr Christie. For Napier—Mits Graham, Mr Mitchell. For Gisborne—Mr Webb; sixty in the steerage for all Auckland, November 4 —Zealandia, for San Francisco, with eighty passengers, including Major-general Strange, Clampett, and otho's; also, 1,100 bales of dressed flax.

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Shipping Telegrams, Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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Shipping Telegrams Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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