ARRIVED.-November 20. Monowai, s.s., 2,217 tons, Chatfield. from Sydney via Wellington and Lytteltom Palsen- !™ S : *? lrs a^i Ml l s Gilchrist, Mr and Mrs Robert*&~al* i $ r t&B° Bn > *ev."«ulMTs Tennant, Mr and Mrs Nutt, Mr and Mrs Walter Mrs and Master De Clifford Mesdames Read? SayVeU. SSU 80 * nT 1 P J: ll ft rt ? n ' Keaat and three children, F. D. Bamfield, Langmuir, Inelis Cater,. Eh& & is A eß < l ? aywell ' »• Atonf Larnach n&£ e n lt i , .i Stev £ n ?? D ' F - Marohant, Bishop, De wJI?i d, P Cal T der ' M,^? e J llaster K Belli Messrs Wyhe, C. Long Chisholm, J. M'Neil. W H Mackenzie. WJ\ Macfarlane. R. Mackenzie J Sanson ' D ' M G , aviD - J- -Rose, l Carroll; Cornuvia, barque, 790 tons, from Wellington. PnUft,«l ar^ e Cornu J'ia. which was towed into a t?' 3 afternoon, has come from Wellington and will be the first of the New Zealand King LoXn^ 8 V6SS t0 load WOOI at th « POrtfor Pas?engers for the New Zealand Shipping ComSSfhv'fc" R muta^ a - f0 ? London C Du™ earn by the Anglian on Tuesday.
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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897
SHIPPING. Evening Star, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897
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