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CUSTOMS ENTRIES

INWARDS. July 26—Auckland, s.s., 533 tons, Hagley, from Melbourne, passengers and cargo. CI. W. Moss, agent. . . July 23— Kennedy, s.s,, 125 tons, Whitwell, from Hokitika. N. Edwards -and Cd", agents. * . . ' ' July 24— Lyttelton, p,s., 49 tons, Scott, from Nelson via Bullor. Edwards and Co, agents. - , : ■ July 25—Cyim-aes, schooner, 28 tons, Perkins, from Hokitika, I). Girdwood and Co, agents. . > OUTWARDS. July 25--Lyttelton, 49 tons, Scott, for Hokitika, with \part of original cargo from Nelson, N. Edwards and Co, agents. July 2">—Aijekland, 533 tons, Hagley, for Nelson, G-. W. Moss, agent. ' * - PASSENGER. LIST. Per Auckland, from Melbourne : 9 in fore cabin. • - -- Per Lyttelton, from Nelson: . Messr3 Bryant, Keoghan, and Mrs Adam. EXPECTED ARRIVALS, F^rom -Melbourne—inlander, Floience, Mary Stewart, Maid of Erin, Albion. Gothenjnirg. From Duxecin—Eli2ui Simpson, Three Brothers. From Ciiristchuhch—Jang Elkin, Star of Tasmania. PROJECTED I)j:pARTUKIiP. Tararua, for Melbourne, 2iitb inst. Airedale, for Nelson, &c, 2uth instj. South Australian, for Melbourne, 26th inst. WallaW, for Nelson, this clay. Lyttelton, for Hokiiika, 25th inst. Kennedy, for Builer and Nelson, 26th inst. VESSELS IS PORT. Ballarat, p.s., from Hokitika. Persevere, p.s, from .Hokitika. Oymraes, schooner, from Hokitika.. . Fsleon, schooner, from Dune(Un,

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CUSTOMS ENTRIES, Grey River Argus, 26 July 1866

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CUSTOMS ENTRIES Grey River Argus, 26 July 1866

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